​​​​The Heritage Yachts Palm Beach 82 Flush Deck Flybridge Motor Yacht

(Standard Specification – Optional additions & modifications by owner may apply where possible)







A classic formal layout with crew forward.  Owner and guests are aft with separate entry. The galley separates the pilothouse from the owner’s party and allows the crew to do their job smoothly without bother to owner and guests.

A contemporary informal layout with galley and pilothouse combined and owner and guests forward. Crew is housed aft of the engine room. This layout is quite popular currently. 


Our master craftsmen create each Heritage ‘Palm Beach’ 82 Flush Deck Flybridge Motor Yacht meticulously, combining the latest technologies with artisanal attention.  Each owner’s specific requires are incorporated in tried and true solid design and construction.   For the pleasure of owners’ and guests, unsurpassed comfort and grace are combined with pleasing performance and seaworthiness.

To accomplish the requirements mentioned above, the design is based on a Hunt deep-v hull.  This enables our yachts to be capable of offshore passages in comfort and safety with a good turn of speed.  Standard power of 18 to 32 liter diesels will permit speeds in the 20-30 knot range.  Options include PODS and water jets if desired to meet specific owner needs. Performance means more than just speed. It is control, handling, directional stability, dynamic stability. Our hulls are carefully sized to carry the projected loads. We use the concept of bottom loading to size a hull.  A concept similar to an airplane’s wing loading. The planing phenomenon is similar to flying.  An angle of attack is needed and a surface to generate lift.  From our vast research, we know the range to work in; not too heavy nor too light.  Then, we sculpt the bottom shape to have a fine entry for soft ride and low resistance with the right amount of waterline beam for good stability.  We adjust the bottom aft to dial in the right running trim.  Lastly, the details will be done in a manner that that allows safe and comfortable operation; abundant and properly sized handrails, non-skid decking, sea rails on countertops,  good sight lines, and similar functional features often neglected in favor of style. (Heritage Hunt Design Description)

When first taking the helm of the 82, one is struck by the ease of maneuverability and vision, comfort and safety. The interior silence derives from high levels of insulation through the engine & mechanical compartments, flooring and exhaust systems.

Classic elegance abounds in the 82’s interior for the comfort of those lucky enough to be aboard.  We use balanced compliments of find woods, leathers and materials to create a casual,  yet dignified experience.  Owners may choose from a myriad of the finest finishings,  counter tops, floor and wall treatments of the highest standards.  Large retractable windows on both sides of the helm station provide fresh air and come in handy in port.  Efficient space utilization insures plenty of storage.  We provide custom cutlery, dishes and glassware and state of the art audio visual and entertainment systems—all included as standard equipment or customized to suit each individual owner’s requirements.

Heritage Yachts is fastidious about design and construction of our vessels.  Details are our obsession. It is our most heartfelt desire that each of our boats is superbly crafted and built with the latest design, technology and materials….that we create heirlooms for generations to come. 

True quality endures, inspires and impresses long after the transaction is forgotten.

100 – GENERAL

This design is the result of the requirement for an able, fast vessel, capable of extended cruising in comfort and safety. It must be reliable, comfortable, self-sufficient and quiet, and will therefore carry the most modern and efficient equipment available and be built to the highest yacht standards. Machinery and equipment shall be installed according to the rules and regulations of the United States Coast Guard, the American Boat and Yacht Council, and the National Fire Protection Association.

All safety equipment shall be U.S. Coast Guard approved.

This is a preliminary specification. As such, the list of equipment is general and descriptive in nature, and is neither comprehensive nor always specific. It is nonetheless intended to describe a complete, well-found and operable vessel. Where a particular brand of equipment is specified it is to indicate a desired quality and type. Substitutions of equal grade are permissible.

200 – PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS & CAPACITIES - Approximate

Length, overall........................................................ 82 -2”........................................... 26.90 M

Length, on datum waterline.................................... 72’-7”........................................... 23.68 M

Beam (excl. guards)............................................... 21’-0”............................................. 6.10 M

Draft, hull (vs. datum WL)......................................... 4’-3”............................................. 1.25 M

Draft, props (vs. datum WL)..................................... 5’-6”............................................. 1.70 M

Air draft (vs. datum WL)......................................... 25’-0”............................................. 7.60 M

Displacement, light ship................. 120,000 -130,000 lbs...................................... 60 - 65 tons

Displacement, full load.................. 150,000 -160,000 lbs...................................... 75 - 80 tons

Cruise speed.................................................... 18-25 kts.......................................... 18-25 kts

Top speed........................................................ 25-32 kts.......................................... 25-32 kts

Fuel capacity.................................................. 2,500 USG............................................ 9,463 L

Potable water capacity...................................... 600 USG............................................ 2,270 L

Black water capacity......................................... 200 USG............................................... 750 L

Gray water capacity......................................... 200 USG............................................... 750 L

Fresh lube oil capacity......................................... 60 USG............................................... 115 L

301 – HULL, DECK & SUPERSTRUCTURE

The hull design will be a Deep-V type with integral hard chine, lift strips and propeller tunnels.

Construction will be composite FRP. The hull and internals will be infused using PVC foam cores and non-woven E-glass fabrics. Hull scantlings will be developed in general accordance with the American Bureau of Shipping Guide for Building & Classing Motor Pleasure Yachts.

The deck and superstructure will be a vacuum-bag laminated composite using PVC foam cores and non-woven E-glass fabrics. The deck and superstructure moulding will be comprised of two major parts: 1) weather decks, cockpit and deckhouse; 2) deckhouse roof and flybridge. Additional small parts to include weather cloths, afterdeck overhead liner, mast, flybridge furniture, and hatches.

302 – INTERIOR

All interior joinerwork to be executed in accordance with good marine practice.  Provision to be made as necessary for access to equipment for inspection and maintenance. Materials to be of yacht quality; solid wood trim and framing, and appropriate marine plywood.

303 – WATERTIGHT SUBDIVISIONS

Structural bulkheads shall be watertight to deck or sole, as shown on CRHA plans. Five compartments: forepeak, crew accommodations, owner and guest accommodations, engine room, and lazarette.

401 - ENGINES & GEARS

Engines:

Two Caterpillar C18 or C32 diesels, E-rating 1,150 to 1800 BHP @ 2,300 RPM, with all standard equipment. Rubber Design mounts.

Marine gears:

Two ZF or Twin Disc down angle gears, 2.5:1 reduction ratio.

Accessories:

Engines fitted with 24V starters; 24V and 12V alternators.  Engines, gears painted white.

402 – DRIVELINE

      Shaft coupling:                        Flexible, Rubber Design

      Shaft logs:                               FRP tube

      Propeller shafts:                      3-1/2” dia. Aquamet HS, one piece

      Shaft bearings:                       Cutless-type rubber with frp shells

      Shaft seals:                             Tides Marine

      Shaft Struts:                            Single arm NIBRAL casting with airfoil section.

Propellers:

NIBRAL 5 blade approx. 40” dia. X .90 DAR   Class S. Final sizing by CRHA depending on power.

403 – CONTROLS, INSTRUMENTS

Controls:

ZF/TD/Caterpillar. Two stations: pilothouse and flybridge.

Instruments:

Complete instrumentation at pilothouse and flybridge stations. Additional panels in engineroom.

Alarms:

Full complement audio alarms and indicator lights at pilothouse and flybridge stations and in engineroom.

 404 - STEERING, THRUSTERS, STABILIZERS, TRIM TABS

Steering system:

Rudders:

Powered hydraulic. Two stations: pilothouse and flybridge. 

Cast Nibral or machined SS wedge style to CRHA plan with 3.5” dia. SS rudder stocks in FRP rudder ports.

Autopilot:

Simrad

Ride and trim control:

Bow thruster:

Humphree interceptor system.

Sidepower SP 240Ti, 24V, 12” dia.

405 - GENERATOR SETS

Two 25 kW generators.  ONAN. Hydro elastic mounts. Water drop exhaust systems. Sound enclosures fitted.

406 - NOISE CONTROL

Goals:

80 dBA maximum in any accommodations space at full RPM.

Insulation materials:

J. & A./Soundown, in conjunction with CRHA, will provide detailed treatment recommendations. In general, fiberglass, foam, acoustic vinyl, carpet underlayment and damping tile will be used. Soundown materials, or equal.

Soft-mounting:

Pumps, fans, compressors and other noise/vibration sources will be elastically-mounted.

407 - HVAC

Air conditioning and heating are provided by a reverse-cycle chilled water system.  A separate heating system is not fitted.

Air conditioning:

Chilled water, reverse-cycle system serving all accommodation spaces and engine room.  2 chillers.   Accommodation air handlers to be ducted for both recirculation and make-up air. System must be capable of maintaining 68°F in accommodation spaces under all conditions. Marine Air, or equal. Approximately 100,000 BTU rating

Engine room ventilation:

2 x intake fans, 2 x exhaust fans; AC.  Delta-T Systems PST system with fire dampers or equal.

Accommodation exhaust:

Forepeak and lazarette:

Fans in galley and all head compartments discharging to deck.

Vents to deck via pipe or ducting inside coamings.

500 - PLUMBING

501 - FUEL SYSTEM

Capacity:

 Approx. 2,500 USG in 2-3 tanks.

System description:

Combination of aluminum and integral fiberglass tanks; baffles, clean-outs and other details per CRHA plans. Fuel plumbing combination of pipe and Aeroquip hose. Direct draw and return from/to each tank via supply and return manifolds; day tank not required. Dual secondary filters for engines, single for gensets.  Primary and back-up fuel transfer pumps. Remote-reading air over liquid gauges. Sight gauges to be fitted if installation geometry permits.

502 – POTABLE WATER SYSTEM

Capacity:

Approx. 600 USG in 2 tanks.

System description:

Two integral frp tanks; baffles, clean-outs and other details per CRHA plans. PVC plumbing. Supply manifold. Remote-reading air over liquid gauges. 35 USG AC water heater serves crew cabins and galley; second 35 USG water heater serves owner and guest staterooms. AC pressure sets. Dockside pressure water connection. Taste/odor/scale filters.

Watermaker:

Sea Recovery or equal: 1400 GPD in a modular unit, with appropriate filters, sterilizer and separator.

Sterilizer:

Second UV sterilizer at supply manifold for treatment of unmade water. Sea Recovery, or equal.

503 - GRAY WATER SYSTEM

Holding tanks:

Approx. 200 USG capacity.

Description:

One frp tank; baffles, clean-outs and other details per CRHA plans. All gray water discharge to holding tanks; no direct overboard discharge. Level monitoring system. AC pump for tank discharge. Y-valves permit tanks discharge overboard or to deck pump-out.

504 - BLACK WATER SYSTEM

All toilets pump to black water tanks; no direct overboard discharge.  Y-valve permits tank discharge overboard or to deck pump-out.  Toilets are fresh water flush.

Toilets:

Headhunter brand. FW water flush.4-5 required.

Holding tanks:

Approx. 200 USG capacity in 2 tanks.

Description:

Frp tanks; baffles, clean-outs and other details per CRHA plans. Level monitoring system.  AC pump for tank discharge. Y-valves permit tanks discharge overboard or via deck pump-out.

505 - ENGINE COOLING, EXHAUST SYSTEMS

Cooling:

Centerline seachests with flush strainer plates, seacocks and sea water strainers. Water discharge via exhaust system and bypass.

Exhaust:

Wet; discharging through transom above DWL. System comprised of Soundown FRP mufflers,  stainless steel water-jacketed riser/collectors, marine exhaust hose and frp pipe.

506 - BILGE SYSTEM

Bilge shall be divided into five compartments by watertight bulkheads.

Limber holes are to be provided to allow bilge water to flow to centerline in all compartments except between longitudinal bearers in way of main engines and gears; this area serves a drip pan.

Pumps are to be wired around main battery switch. Pumps are to have manual override and indicator lights at helm station. Audio alarms for high bilge water level in each compartment are also to be fitted at the main helm station.

Pump discharge lines shall have siphon breaks; thru-hulls are to be approx. 12" above waterline. Piping to be as short as possible.

Alarms:

In all compartments.

Emergency pump:

One 1-1/4” engine-driven with pick up in engine room and lazarette.

Manual pump:

Edson portable 30 gph with 20’ hose and strainers.

Submersible pumps:

In all compartments, DC.

507 - OIL CHANGE SYSTEM

Aluminum fresh oil tank with deck fill, 40 USG capacity. Reverso transfer pump. Plumbed to main engines, marine gears and gensets.

508 - FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM

Inert gas type for engineroom. Automatic and manual discharges. Auto shut-downs on engines, gensets.

Portable units in accommodations, galley, engine room and crew quarters, Kidde, or equal to USCG rules.

CO and fire monitoring system with sensors in all compartments.  Fireboy Xintex, or equal.

600 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

601 - GENERAL

Ship's systems will be 120/240V 60Hz AC and 24V D.C.  Domestic requirements will be almost entirely AC. Custom AC and DC electrical panels on main deck.

Basic ship service system 24V DC.  Converter provides 12V DC for 12V-only items.

120/240V AC 60-cycle system fed by auxiliary genset or from 125/250 50A or 125/250 100A shore feeds.

All wiring to be two-conductor tinned copper of gauge required by equipment specifications, and to be color-coded, labeled, and protected against chafe. All wiring to be kept as high as possible under decks and soles. No splices; all connections to be in junction boxes. All bulkhead penetrations to have ferrules or stuffing boxes.

Zincs and bonding system in accordance with best yacht practice.

602 - DC SYSTEM

Batteries:

AGM type

Engine start:

24V. Two banks 2x8D; either engine to start from either/both banks.

Genset start:

2 x 12V, type 31.

House:

Thruster:

24V, one bank 4x8D

24V, 2 type 31

Electronics, back-up:

12V, one bank, 1 type 31

Chargers:

24V and 12V.  Charles Industries, fully automatic.

Battery monitor:

Panels:

Charles Industries.

Switch breakers in pilothouse and engine room

603 - AC SYSTEM

Gensets:

See item 405.

Shore power:

120/240V. 2 x 100A cables, Port and Stbd. in lazarette. Connections port and starboard.  Two cable retractors for 100A chords; Glendenning. Hull connections housed in recessed boxes with covers in transom, port and starboard.

Isolation transformers:

Charles Industries

Inverter:

Heart.

Outlets:

Duplex GFI throughout.

700 - OUTFIT

Afterdeck furniture:

Built-in settee, frp with teak trim. Loose chairs and table. Stowable weatherproof cushions. Wet bar with compact refrigerator.

Air compressor:

In engine room.

Anchor windlass:

Horizontal type. Muir Thor HR 4000

Anchors:

Two. Delta and Fortress housed in roller assembly and on deck.

Chain stoppers:

Muir,

Clothes washers and dryers

One or two units located in lower accommodations and crew quarters, stackable washer/dryer units.

Compass, magnetic:

Ritchie 6"; flybridge and pilothouse.

Clam shell vents:

As required on cabin sides to vent heads.

Crew head sink:

Stainless steel.

Curtains, blinds:

Selected by owner. Builder to provide allowance.

Davit:

Marquipt telescopic model 2000

Dishwasher:

Single drawer unit under galley counter, Fisher & Paykel.

Door drains:

Flush grates with drain pans at pilothouse doors.

Doors, exterior:

Pilothouse: Hinged doors port & starboard, fixed windows.

Aft saloon bulkhead: Center-parting double sliding manually operated doors, fixed windows.

Flybridge hatches: 2, FRP door and hatch, yard built.

Afterdeck wing doors: Framed Lexan, yard built.  Port & starboard.

Transom: Hinged flush watertight door, Freeman

Engine room access: from cockpit and aft deck flush hatch.

DVD players:

One; saloon.

Engine room air trunks:

Port & starboard in hull with water traps, drains and internal and external louvers.

Fire extinguishers:

Portable; in all compartments.

Flagstaffs:

Teak; forward and aft.

Flybridge companionway:

Yard-built at end of flybridge with stairs from afterdeck to flybridge. Removable soft cover to be provided.

Flybridge furniture:

Built-in. Settees, cabinets, wet bar, frp.  Stowable weatherproof cushions. Table; frp top with hi-lo pedestal and hinged extension leaf.

Flybridge top:

Double Stamoid over folding SS or aluminum pipe frame to cover area forward of mast. Optional molded fiberglass hardtop with supports.

Furniture, loose:

Owner selected.

Galley freezer:

Two under counter double drawer style, Subzero.

Galley range:

Electric 4 burners with oven, Miele.

Galley sink:

Double, stainless steel.

Garbage disposal:

Option.

Grille:

On flybridge, electric.

Hardware, deck:

Stainless steel and aluminum.

Hardware, interior:

Schwepper, or equal. Stainless steel or chrome finish.

Hatches, accommodation:

Three; on foredeck. Manship SS.

Hatches, deck:

Two, molded frp for access to anchor rodes

Head sinks (except crew):

Corian.

Helm chairs:

Three: one at flybridge helm and two at pilothouse helm. Stidd small.

Horn:

Kahlenberg twin trumpet.

Icemakers:

Flybridge wet bar: U-Line.

Galley: Subzero.

Laid decks:

Teak on after deck. Other optional.

Life rafts:

One; flybridge. 10-man canister style.

Light fixtures, accom:

Primarily AC. Cantaluppi, or equal. To include recessed overhead and wall mounted shaded lamps. Owner-selected.

Lights, engineroom:

 AC & DC.

Lights, navigation:

Aqua Signal LED

Mast:

Aluminum fabrication, hinged

Mattresses, cushions:

Custom made foam or standard sizes where feasible.

Microwaves:

One: galley.

Passerella:

Marquipt Sea Stairs. Stowed on boat deck.

Pilothouse furniture

Built-in settee, Table with hinged extension.

Plumbing fixtures:

Moen. Owner-selected.

Portlights:

Manship SS . Installed in hull on flanged spigots.  Min. 3" recess; no external frames or fastenings. Tempered glazing, tinted. Screens.

Rails:

Foredeck, afterdeck, boat deck.  Stainless steel tubing.

Refrigerators:

Galley: two under counter double drawer style, SubZero.

Flybridge wet bar: Under-counter refrigerator. U-Line 75R, or equal.

Afterdeck: Under-counter refrigerator. U-Line 75R.

Safes:

In owner’s stateroom hanging locker and captain’s cabin.

Searchlight:

On fwd face of flybridge. Xenon. ACR.

Shower doors:

Glass, with metal frame. Ketcham.

Stereo systems:

Primary system serves saloon, galley and afterdeck. Smaller, independent system in owner's stateroom and  crew cabin. AM/FM, CD, I Pod input at all locations.

Swim platform:

Molded, cored painted FRP.  Portable swim ladder.

Tender & motor:

15 ft LOA RIB with 40 hp outboard motor. Owner selected and supplied.

Trash compactor:

Option.

TV, cable:

Shore connection port and starboard. Adjacent to shore power connections. Serves all TVs.

TV, satellite:

KVH.  TV and Wifi. Serves all TVs

TVs:

3 guest staterooms, 2 crew cabins. 15” LCD with integral DVD.

One; owner’s stateroom. 20” LCD with integral DVD.

One; saloon. 42”

Wet bar sinks:

One; flybridge. Single, stainless steel. 

Windows, deckhouse:

Clamp-in style fixed windows with tinted, tempered glazing. Vertical drop down opening windows to be supplied in four places, center windows in saloon, p&s; center windows in pilothouse, p&s. Pacific Coast Marine,

Windows, pilothouse front:

Clamp-in style. Fixed windows with tempered glazing.  Pacific Coast Marine,

Windshield defrost:

Pilothouse front and side windows via HVAC system and DC fans

Wine Cooler

Pantry: Subzero, option

Wipers:

Exalto 1.5 series on all front windows.  

Wood trim, exterior:

Teak name boards., Teak cap rail, varnished

Workbench:

In engine room; with built-in tool cabinet, tool and parts stowage, vise, sink with H/C water,

800 – NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS

Complete navigation electronics to include GPS chart plotter, VHF radios, radars, SSB radio, AIS transceiver, and telephone service. Telephone service should include cellular, satellite and house intercom.

900 - EXTERIOR FINISH

Arch/ Mast

U.S. paint Awlcraft 2000 urethane top coat, buffable finish, spray only..

Boot-top:

U.S. paint, Awlcraft 2000 urethane top coat, buffable finish, spray only.

Bottom:

U.S. paint, Awlgrip Awlstar bottom system. Owner-selected color.

Deck & superstructure:

U.S. paint, Awlcraft 2000 urethane top coat, buffable finish, spray only..

Hull:

U.S. paint, Awlcraft 2000 urethane top coat, buffable finish, spray only.

Name & hail:

U.S. paint Awlgrip. Owner selected style and graphics.

Decks:

Painted with non-skid, gloss waterways and borders

Teak trim:

Colors:

Varnished. 6 coats min

Owner approved

1000 - INTERIOR FINISH

An effort must be made to make the joiner work reasonably lightweight. Generally, joiner bulkheads, cabinets, lockers, etc. will be constructed of 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" highest grade marine plywood over hardwood framing.

In general style and finish to be traditional to each buyer’s request.

The interior shall be finished in a seamanlike manner with fiddles on cabinets, counters and tables, and with rounded corners on joinery where appropriate. Drawers shall be of the lift-to-pull type; locker doors shall have secure catches or latches. Handrails shall be provided throughout. Care shall be taken to ensure that all enclosed spaces are accessible and adequately ventilated.

Cabinet doors:

Wood, flat panel with half-louver for ventilation where appropriate. Final style to be owner approved.

Crew shower:

FRP pans and stalls.

Engine room:

White throughout: perforated metal sheathing, insulation facing (where exposed), bilges, and engines. Non-skid finish on frp sole plates. 

Galley:

Laminate covered drawer fronts, doors, wood trim. Corian countertop, backsplash, searails.  Stainless steel sink.

Hanging lockers:

Head vanities:

Cedar lined, except crew quarters.

Corian counters and sinks. Wood cabinets and trim.

Overhead:

Foam-backed vinyl. Headliner to be made easily removable for cleaning and access.

Owner’s, guest showers:

FRP pans and stalls.

Passage doors:

Soft goods:

Wood, flat panel

Builder to include allowance for mattresses, cushions, fabrics, shades, curtains and carpet.

Soles:

Pilothouse: teak and holly varnished

Galley: rubber tile

Saloon: carpet

Aft deck: teak, bare

Accommodations:  carpet

Owner and guest heads: ceramic tile

Crew: rubber tile

Engine room: rubber tile on portable cored frp panels.

For more information, feel free to contact us today.


Important Note:

This is not an offer to sell a security, nor is it a solicitation of an offer to buy a security. At this stage, we are merely seeking to determine whether or not you might wish to receive additional information regarding the company and the possibility of investing in us. We may decide to proceed with our project, if there are sufficient indications of interest from potential investors like you. If we do decide to proceed, qualifying investors would then be invited to participate (Note: qualified investors are limited solely to investors who we determine, based on their answers to an investor suitability questionnaire, to be “accredited investors” within the meaning of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended).

The Heritage 'Palm Beach’ 82 Flush Deck Flybridge Motor Yacht is the ultimate reward.  The prestige of owning a legacy is without compare.

The Palm Beach 82 Motor Yacht  is  perfect for an owner/operator seeking a boat for comfortable cruising with family and friends.   We offer two options in the Motor Yacht:


Heritage Yachts builds Classic American Motor Yachts for the experienced yachtsman.  We follow the hallowed tradition of building masterpieces, incorporating state-of-the-art technology, materials and equipment.   Our timeless designs stand the test of time while our owners enjoy unsurpassed comfort, safety and style. 

A new pedigree is born….

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