Features of Anthony Mazzo C36 Command Bridge

Construction

  • Hull, Deck and Superstructure: Hand-laid structural and non-structural fiberglass and core laminates bonded with infused resin.
  • Hull bottom: Surface beneath the water line is sand blasted to create an optimal bonding surface for the anti-fouling paint. Sea Hawk® brand anti-fouling paint is sprayed onto the hull to create a smooth running bottom.
  • Stringer System: Fiberglass stringers are used throughout the yacht.
  • Interior bulkheads, cabinets and drawers precision cut, hand crafted cabinets constructed from a selection of woods and high pressure laminates. Drawers are lined with laminate.
  • Integral aluminum truss reinforcement in cabintop structure.

 

Propulsion

  • Engines: Twin Mercury 6.2 L 350 HP inboard gas engines with direct coupled v-drives. Each engine’s exhaust is routed to a Hydralift muffler and underwater exhaust port.
  • Shafts and Shaft Logs: Aquamet® 1.5in (3.8 cm) diameter stainless steel propeller shafts. Tides Marine® SureSeal shaft logs are self-aligning, dripless and maintenance free. Sacrificial anodes are installed on each shaft.
  • Rudders and Propeller Struts: Made from durable 421 Manganese bronze.
  • Propellers: 20in (51 cm), four blade, Nibral propellers.
  • Fuel Tanks: Twin, 5052 aluminum tanks hold 125 gal. (473 L) of fuel each. Port and starboard fuel fill deck fittings.
  • Trim Tabs: Bennett Marine® 22in x 12in (56 x 30 cm) stainless steel electro-hydraulic trim tabs
  • Steering: Teleflex® SeaStar hydraulic steering.
  • Helm Display: Digital LCD display showing tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure, coolant temperature, battery voltage, fuel tank level and rudder angle indicator.

 

Decks & Hardware

  • Rails: 1″ (2.5 cm) 316 stainless steel rails are used throughout the vessel. Rail stanchion bases are secured using aluminum backing plates laminated into the deck’s fiberglass layup.
  • Mooring Cleats: 10″ (25 cm) mooring cleats are used at the bow stern and amidship (total of seven cleats). Cleats are secured using aluminum backing plated fused into the vessel’s laminate.
  • Foredeck Access: Wide walkways are on each side of the cabin top and provide safe, secure access from the cockpit to the foredeck.
  • Foredeck Hatch with screen.

 

Command Bridge

  • Air Deflector: Plexiglass wind deflector is installed on the leading edge of the command bridge.
  • Courtesy Lights: Three recessed 12V courtesy lights are installed on the C34 command bridge.
  • Seating: Adjustable helm chair. Wraparound seating with table storage under wraparound seat cushions. Aft sun pad.

 

Salon

  • Entertainment: 24in LCD Television, Blu-Ray DVD player, AM/FM/CD marine quality stereo with speakers.
  • Lighting: Eight LED lights are recessed into the salon head liner.
  • Controlled by a rocker switch.
  • Seating: U-shaped upholstered lounge with storage underneath seating. Dining height table.
  • Ventilation: Salon windows slide open.
  • Storage: Hinged door on salon floor provides access to storage compartment.
  • Flooring: Plush pile 100% nylon carpeting throughout salon.

 

Master Stateroom

  • Sleeping: Queen size, island berth with Comfort Foam mattress. Dual end tables and halogen sconce style reading lights.
  • Privacy: Master stateroom is secured with a hinged wooden door and locking door latch.
  • Storage: Port and starboard overhead lockers. Port and starboard hanging lockers.
  • Ventilation: Opening overhead hatch with screen.
  • Lighting: Natural light provided by overhead hatch and hull windows with blinds. Six overhead 12V lights recessed in the headliner and controlled by a rocker switch. Two sconce reading lights.
  • Flooring: Plush pile100% nylon carpeting throughout.

 

Head Compartment

  • Shower: Fiberglass stall shower with bench seat and hinged aluminum and acrylic door. Shower head can be used as a hand shower. Sump drain with automatic pump. Exhaust fan. LED overhead light. Molded non-skid floor.
  • Toilet: Electric pedestal toilet with freshwater flush.
  • Vanity: Vanity is equipped with vessel sink, under sink storage, solid surface counter top, mirrored medicine cabinet.
  • Lighting: Two LED lights recessed in the headliner and controlled by wall mounted rocker switch.
  • Electrical: 110V GFI protected outlet.

Electrical

  • 12V System: Powered by an array of Series 31 12V batteries. Array includes two dedicated engine starting batteries and one dedicated “house” battery. Battery banks are charged by a 60 amp charger for each bank. System ammeters are located on the ship’s 12V distribution panel and voltmeters at the helm station. Battery on/off switch for the house battery is installed in the salon and the selector switch for engine batteries is located in the engine compartment.
  • 110V System: System consists of a 30 amp service supported by Marinco® 50ft (15.2 m) shore power cord. Ground fault circuit interrupters are incorporated into the onboard system.
  • Television: Cable television is supported by onboard inlets in the salon and master stateroom and a 50ft (15.2 m) cable to connect to shore outlet.

 

Fresh Water & Holding Systems

  • Fresh Water System: One 90 gal. (341 L) polyethylene tank with shore water connection and integrated pressure reduction valve.
  • Fresh water fill fitting installed on walkway. Six gal. (23 L) water heater installed in engine compartment.
  • On demand fresh water is delivered via a fresh water pump installed in the engine compartment. An on-demand sump pump is utilized for the shower.
  • Holding Tank System: Forty gal. (151L) polyethylene tank is utilized with a dockside pump out fitting on walkway of vessel.

 

Safety & Navigation

  • Bilge Pumps: Two 1,500 gal. (5678 L) per hour automatic bilge pumps are installed, each with a manual on/off switch at the helm. A float switchfor the high bilge water alarm is installed in the engine compartment.
  • Bilge Ventilation: Four ventilator blowers are installed in the engine compartment. Each blower creates 240 CFM volume.
  • CO Alarms: Monitors with alarms are installed in both staterooms and the salon.
  • Engine Alarms: Engine oil pressure and water temperature alarms are installed at the helm.
  • Fire Suppression System: An FE241 Fireboy® automatic fire suppression system is installed in the C34’s engine compartment.
  • Compass: 4.5in flush mount illuminated Richie® Navigator compass is mounted at the helm.
  • Seacocks: Marine grade bronze seacocks are used on all below the waterline thru hulls. Nylon fittings are used on above the waterline outlets.

 

Cockpit/Transom/Swim Deck

  • Swim Platform: Integrated into the yacht’s hull and deck. Access to the cockpit from the swim platform is through a transom door on the starboard side of the yacht. Telescoping boarding ladder is installed in recessed area of swim platform.
  • Transom: Stainless steel handrail on top of transom. Two storage lockers in aft surface of transom.
  • Engine Compartment Access: Hinged cockpit floor hatch with gas shock cylinder.
  • Courtesy Lights: Four cockpit courtesy lights with on/off switch.
  • Storage: Storage locker below the bottom step to the command bridge.

 

Galley

  • Counter Tops: Solid surface countertops throughout.
  • Flooring: Vinyl plank flooring.
  • Appliances: Dometic® 3.8 CF (14.3 l) refrigerator, microwave over, two burner electric cooktop.
  • Sink: Full-size stainless steel sink.
  • Lighting: Five recessed LED lights over galley counter controlled by rocker light switch.
  • 110 Outlet: GFI protected 110V outlet.
  • American Cherry Interior (CHE).

 

Guest Stateroom

  • Sleeping: Twin berths with Comfort Foam mattresses.
  • Flooring: Plush pile100% nylon carpeting throughout.
  • Privacy: Guest stateroom is secured with a hinged wooden door and locking door latch.
  • Lighting: Illumination is provided by three recessed overhead LED lights controlled by a rocker switch. Two bedside reading lights.
  • Natural light provided by hull portlight.