Summary

Rhapsody is a thoroughly updated Paragon 2009 94′ Motor Yacht with an enclosed pilothouse. She features twin Caterpillar C-32s and (2) Northern Lights Generators with only about 2000 hours on all machinery. 

In 2018/19 she was refit by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co. The flybridge was converted to an enclosed pilothouse, the interior received all new soft goods, new appliances in the galley, as well as granite countertops and new a dining area, all upper deck areas were repainted, and all equipment and systems were serviced.

Rhapsody is turn-key and ready to go cruising!

$3,900,000

Specifications

  • loa 94'
  • beam 21' 8"
  • draft 6'4"
  • displacement 200,000 pounds
  • fuel capacity 4000 gallons
  • water capacity 750 gallons
  • type Motoryacht
  • designed by Paragon Motor Yachts
  • builder Paragon Motor Yachts
  • model Flybridge Motoryacht
  • year 2009 (refit in 2018/19)
  • construction Hand-laminated FRP
  • hull material GRP
  • location Nova Scotia
  • boat engine Twin Caterpillar C-32
  • horsepower 3100 hp
  • cruising speed 14 knots
  • top speed 20 knots
Paragon Rhapsody profile after refit

Accommodations

Rhapsody has a warm welcoming feel as soon as you walk through the salon doors to the open layout of the main deck. Rich Mahogany can be seen throughout. The boat flows well and has a spacious skylounge and after deck with all the amenities for entertaining.

Walking into the salon through double automatic sliding doors is a spacious and comfortable sofa as well as an elegant armchair. To starboard side, are cabinets, built-in fireplace and a pop-up TV. At the forward end of the salon on the port side, is a desk/counter area with drawers and lots of storage space. Across from the desk/counter area is a wet bar with ice maker and wine storage along with a cabinet with Audio/Video components. Forward of the wet bar on the starboard side amid-ship, is a stairwell to the large full-beam private Owner’s stateroom.

Moving forward to port, is a large and open chef-style galley with a Viking gas range, Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, pantry, high-low pop up appliance center, and a “Dutch” door accessing the covered walk-around decks (great for crew moving in and out without disturbing the salon area).

Forward of the galley is a formal dining area with seating for 6 guests and built-in storage cabinets. Between the galley and dining area is an automatic divide that separates the galley from the dining area on-demand. The area has direct access to the foredeck sun lounge seating thru sliding doors on both port and starboard sides. On the starboard side is a staircase leading to the skylounge and a separate stairway leading to the lower guest staterooms. At the landing of the forward stairway to the left (aft), is the full-beam VIP and to the right (forward) is the guest stateroom, both with private ensuite heads and stall showers. 4 heads total.

The forward end of the enclosed skylounge houses a dash with a full array of electronics and seating with two Pompanette chairs. Directly aft to port and starboard are L-shaped settees with large wood finished tables. To the aft of the settees to starboard is a convenience galley with sink, fridge and microwave, and storage. To port is a storage cabinet and a 2-piece head.

The skylounge sliding door access the aft skylounge deck with teak decking, a “U” shaped settee with 2 tables and a barbeque/storage and sink area to port. There are stairs leading from this deck to the lower aft deck.

The aft section of the skylounge deck is equipped with a davit and dingy storage.

Mechanical

• Twin Caterpillar C-32 1550 BHP diesel engines with remote ZF #2050A electronic marine reduction gears using a torsional coupling and vibration dampening system
• Engine Hours: Port 2078; Starboard 2076 (Jan 2020)
• Engines mounted on “rubber design” soft vibration dampening mounts, engine installation shall be approved by the engine manufacturer, during installation and at sea trials. American built #316 stainless steel exhaust risers with S.S flex bellows connecting to custom spray nozzles and FRP towers with internal silencers & underwater exhaust
• Main engines driven to run the following: 60 hp 16” dual prop vortex bow and stern thrusters, 16 sq ft. Roll- fin stabilizers
• Aquamet #22 or equivalent (3-1/2”) propeller shafts in conjunction with “rubber design” flex couplings at gear to shaft couplings
• Water cooled exhaust system with 6” bypass tubes aft with additional silencers for bypass exhaust
• Power train & exhaust systems have been designed for smoothest and most quiet results possible

• Dual Racor 75/1000 fuel filters/water separators with vacuum gauges for each engine
• R.C.I. fuel purifiers (RCM 800) for each engine installed in-line before
• Racors Bronze “V” struts with cutlass bearings
• “Tides” dripless propeller and rudder shafts
• Glendenning: 2003 Model electronic engine controls at skylounge helm, port & starboard bridge command stations; including remote control for aft deck
• Dual hydraulic power assisted steering system
• Two 4” dia. posts S.S. foil section, streamlined rudders
• Engine room start/stop panels with engine instrument gauges
• Visual and audio alarms for engine systems at pilothouse
• Aqua air, 15-ton chilled water air conditioning and heating system with surge-less startup
• Central vacuum system
• HRO systems reverse osmosis watermaker (1400 g.p.d.) with freshwater flush system
• Automatic fire extinguishing system with automatic engine shut down “Tecma” marine heads throughout
• Hydraulic system by Wesmar

Electrical, Communication & Navigation

• Northern Lights 30kw diesel generator with exhaust silencers, sound shield & custom gas/water separators – 2940 hours (Jan 2020)
• Northern Lights 20kw diesel generator with exhaust silencers, sound shield & custom gas/water separators – 1949 hours (Jan 2020)
• (4) “Odyssey” pc 1700 dry-cell batteries for main engine start (2 ea. engine) 2 “Odyssey” pc 1200 dry-cell batteries for generator start (1 ea. generator) Sixteen “Trojan” l-16 6 volt batteries for ships 24 volt dc service system
• (2) “Trace” 4kw/120 amp inverter/charger for charging ships battery system, interface for 8kw and house battery bank monitoring panel
• Newmar 24 volt battery charger for main engine batteries
• Newmar 24 volt battery charger for service batteries (back up charger)
• Newmar 24v to 12v transformers
• (2) 75 amp (engine alternators) for charging engine start batteries
• (2) 160 amp (large frame engine alternators) for charging ships service batteries
• (2) Charles Marine ISO-Boost shore power isolation transformers
• Marinco shore power 125/250 vac
• 50 amp inlets aft & one fwd
• Marinco 100 amp shore power 125/250 inlet aft on a Glendenning cable master and one 75 foot extender
• Marinco phone/TV inlets (one aft & one fwd)
• 75’ 125/250 amp shore power cords
• AC & DC back-lit distribution/circuit breaker panel w/digital amp & volt meters
• Shielded wiring for stereo/TV speaker systems
• Color-coded high quality shielded co-ax with “pro-connect” crimp on connectors for TVs and miscellaneous
• Electrolysis and Bonding system with copper strapping connected to two zinc plates at transom
• AC duplex receptacles throughout with GFI protection in dedicated areas “BEP” vapor proof battery selector switches
• “Exalto” heavy-duty variable speed windshield wiper system
• International navigation lights
• “ACR” high intensity spotlights with skylounge station controls
• “PBX” type phone/intercom system

Skylounge Electronics:
• Navnet 3D
• (4) Furuno 17” Monitors
• Furuno dual 12kw Navnet Radars
• 6 ft open array Furuno dual WASS GPS
• Furuno digital fishfinder/sounder
• Furuno F150 instruments
• Icom VHF radio w/command mic & remote
• Comrod Antennas
• Simrad autopilot w/ handheld remote backup
• Nauticomp PC computer
• WXWorx XM satellite weather
• Skymate Senrtymate system
• Panasonic PABX intercom phone system
• Elbex CCTV Cameras
• Monitor for all onboard cameras –Foredeck looking forward, (1) on each side deck, aft deck looking aft, arch looking aft, engine room fore and aft
• FLIR Camera
• ACR Spotlight controls

Crew Quarters Electronics:
• Furuno F150 NAV repeater
• Icom VHF radio
• Furuno Navnet data displayed on LCD TV for monitoring
• CCTV displayed on TV for monitoring

Refit in 20017-2019 by Lyman Morse

Rhapsody underwent a 14-month interior refit at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding in Thomaston during 2017-19 that included the addition of an enclosed flybridge, relocation of the steering station, and significant interior work.

The refit, overseen by 35-year Lyman-Morse Project Manager Bill Belyea, involved installing all-new custom African hardwood burl veneers and a redesign that included enclosing the entire flybridge. The resulting so-called “skylounge” creates a third interior level to the boat that features a dedicated helm station, two settees, additional galley, camera locker, head, and other features. The skylounge sits atop the 200,000-pound Rhapsody, yet reduced the yacht’s total weight by approximately 3,500 pounds.

Belyea says the retrofit was part of a series of upgrades that the owners sought after living on the boat for several years. “Essentially, this was like you buy an existing house and there is always something you don’t like. So you refit it,” says Belyea. “The owners knew what they wanted and we gave them that.”

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