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    PRICE $4,090,000
    YEAR 1991
    LENGTH 186' (56.69m)
    BEAM 32' 3" (9.8m)
    CABINS 7
    MAX SPEED 25 Knots
    FLAG Bermuda
    ENGINES MTU 16V396 TB84 0hp
    MTU 16V396 TB84 0hp
    MTU 16V396 TB84 0hp
    HULL MATERIAL Aluminum



    BAD GIRL (formerly CHAMAR) is a luxury yacht built by the respected builders Brooke Yachts UK, measuring 56.7m (186 feet) in length, and accommodating up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful staterooms. Her interior design is by Luigi Sturchio and her exterior design by Don Shead.

    BAD GIRL’s distinctive design combines modern and classic elegance, with outstanding performance to ensure a truly extraordinary cruising experience.

    She has a nicely decorated interior, with cream carpets and beautiful high gloss mahogany cabinets and paneling throughout, with quality soft furnishings and interesting artwork. The main salon provides the yacht’s formal reception area with a bar and card table forward, balanced by four seating quadrants each focusing on a beautiful solid oak octagonal coffee table. BAD GIRL also has an impressive dining room with tables that can extend to seat sixteen guests and stunning sea views from full length windows. Forward and above the main salon, stairs rise to an observation lounge, which can be transformed into a cinema.

    There are vast amounts of deck space, well laid out for a variety of outlooks on three levels. There is a nicely laid out area aft of the main for alfresco drinks and dining, while the upper deck is ideal for large-scale dining with 2 tables that can join together for grander entertaining.


    Master cabin with his and hers bathrooms and gym with sauna and a private office. 2 x VIP double cabins with en suite bathrooms 3 x twin cabins with en suite bathrooms and 2 pullman berths in each cabin 1 x small double cabin with shower en suite. The master suite on the main deck has his and hers bathrooms, an owner’s study, and a gym and sauna. This entire area can also be partitioned off from the main body of the yacht in several different styles to provide increased or lesser levels of privacy and intimacy.

    Each cabin is well appointed and offers the ideal place to rest after a long day of exploration.

    You’ll find an array of leisure and entertainment facilities onboard, making her ideal for entertaining friends and family on your charter vacation. There’s lots of space for enjoying an alfresco lunch or dinner on deck, or simply lounging in the sunshine and working on your tan.

    Bad Girl is built to comply to MCA and Lloyds Register standards. She has a cruising speed of 15 knots, and a maximum speed of 25 knots, offering an ideal mixture of performance and style.


    Name: “BAD GIRL”

    - Official Number: 721917

    - Port or Registry: Hamilton, Bermuda

    - Builder: Brooke Marine/Abeking & Rasmussen

    - Type of Vessel: Commercial

    - Signal Letters: ZCBC9

    - Construction Material: Aluminum

    - IMO Number: 1001192

    - Keel Laid: October 1989

    - Date Measured: July 1991

    - Gross Tonnage: 709

    - Net Tonnage: 212


    Lloyds Register of Shipping 100 A1A, Maltese Cross LMC.ISP,MCA

    MCA: Large Yacht Code for Commercial Charter Yachts –

    In compliance with LY2

    This impressive yacht comes complete with a modern stabilization system to reduce roll motion even during rough seas, and the yacht also has ‘at anchor stabilizers’ to keep things smooth even at anchor/zero speed.

    A Jacuzzi on deck is just perfect for relaxing with friends and family, while taking in the breath-taking scenery after a long day of exploration.

    Wi-Fi connection is available throughout, so you’ll be able to stay connected while you’re away, 


    Main Engines & Exhausts:

    Engines rebuilt in 2013

    The yacht is provided with three (3) main diesel engines.

    Three (3) MTU sixteen (16) cylinder 16V396 twin turbocharged four-stroke cycle highspeed

    diesel propulsion engines, operating on diesel or marine gas oil (“MGO”).

    Maker: MTU

    Model: 16V396

    Serial Numbers: Port: 5590629 Center: 5590630 Starboard: 5590631

    Operating hours: Port: 17508 Center: 7204 Starboard: 17507

    The following are additional basic details of the main engines:

    Mounting: Flexibly mounted atop engine side girders

    Gear Box: Close coupled

    Starting: Battery

    Controls: MTU Electronic control with throttle / gear controls at

    wheelhouse, wing stations and engine side

    Cooling: Jacket and charge air coolant fresh water

    Seawater plate type heat exchangers via attached

    centrifugal pumps.

    Lube oil pump: Integral

    Fuel strainers / filters: Racor triplex MA 1000

    Marine Gears:

    The yacht shaft lines are provided with reverse reduction gears. The gears were

    externally visually examined.

    Manufacturer: ZF

    Gear Model: BU 755

    Ratio: 3.321 to 1 (pt/stbd) 2.793:1 (ctr)

    Serial Number: Port: 307GGL Center: 301GGL Starboard: 306GGL

    Gear oil pump: Primary (input) gear driven

    Clutch: 24 VDC electric controlled hydraulic on input and reverse

    Thrust bearing: External – see “Running Gear”

    Controls & indicators: Gearbox side with indicators

    Engine local operating panels

    Wheelhouse main and wing consoles

    Running Gear:

    There are three (3) KaMeWa water jets as part of the yacht’s original machinery

    outfitting. The following are main details:

    Number: Three, Port and starboard turning, center fixed boost jet

    Material: Stainless Steel six bladed impellers

    Struts: One single leg and one vee strut per shaft

    Bearings: single pillar block per shaft

    Drive seals: Mechanical, water cooled

    Earthing: Brush system on each shaft


    The vessel is fitted with active fin stabilization. Fin actuators are located in water tight

    compartments easily accessible from the tank deck via hinged water tight hatches.

    Manufacturer: Quantum Marine

    Type: At anchor “Zero Speed” hydraulic-fixed fin

    Actuator model: QC 1800 XT

    Rams: 2 x per actuator

    Location: Under guest bunks

    Fins: Steel foil shaped – area not determined

    Power pack: QP 2020CD

    Hour meter: 7621

    Control panels: ARC 3001 MK2 Bridge

    Main Generators:

    Manufacturer/Assembler: Mercedes Benz

    Type: 10V183

    Location: Engine Room aft port/starboard in sound enclosures

    Rating gen sets: 184 eKW / 380 VAC 50 Hz. 3-phase 0.8 pf

    Starting system: Battery

    Cooling: Sea Water Cooled Heat Exchanger

    Engine Serial Numbers:

    Generator port: 423.900-000-521445

    Generator stbd.: 423.900-000-521447

    Generator Port hours: 52332 hrs, complete rebuild @ 43000

    Generator Starboard hours: 49688 hrs, complete rebuild @ 41616

    Main Generator:

    The yacht is fitted with an oil water separator in the engine room forward starboard:

    Manufacturer: Facet International

    Alarm: Deckma OMD-2005, 15 ppm(last serviced 19 Mar 2013)

    Location: Starboard Forward ER

      Meets IMO MEPC 107(49)

    Fuel Filling & Transfer Systems:

    The yacht is fitted with a fuel (diesel or marine gas oil “MGO”) filing and transfer system,

    as well as a fuel service system. The fuel filling and transfer system accepts fuel from

    the bunker fueling stations, port and starboard main deck bulwark, just aft of mid ships.

    The fuel enters the fill stations passing through a Tokico fuel meter to the distribution

    manifold located in the forward engine room port side. From there it can be disbursed to

    tanks No.1-No.7. Fuel tanks No.8 and No.9 respectively need to be filled and

    transferred via independent pumps through tanks No1. and No.4 respectively.

    The generators are provided fuel via a small service tank with independent transfer

    pump that starts automatically when the generators start. The principal equipment of the

    fuel oil system was visually examined and includes:

    Fuel Filling & Transfer

    10 total - fuel storage / service tanks

    Diesel Fuel:

    No.1 Port outboard Fr 12-17 8313

    No.2 Port Inboard Fr 12-17 12,400

    No.3 Starboard Inboard Fr 12-17 12,400

    No.4 Starboard Out Board Fr 12-17 8313

    No.5 Port Fr 17-20 11,732

    No.6 Starboard Fr 17-20 11,732

    No.7 Centerline Fr 36-39 11,637

    No.8 Converted Ballast Tank Fr 20-23.5 16,110

    No.9 Converted Ballast Tank Fr 20-23.5 16,110

    Fuel oil service tank Fr 11-12 3132

      Fuel bunker stations port/starboard, aft of mid-ships in outer bulwarks.

      Tokico Fuel meter

      Transfer manifold with valves

      2 x fuel transfer engine room forward port

      2x fuel transfer pumps forward port and starboard for tanks 8&9

      1x tender transfer pump

      Electronic tank level indicating system

      Remote quick closing valves at tank outlets

      Fill / transfer piping

      Tank vent piping

      Tender fueling system in port Transom Locker

    Fuel Service System

      FO settling and day tanks (incl. abv)

      Alfa laval centrifuge

      1 x tender fueling system with electric pump

      Racor triplex primary fuel filters MA 1000’s for main diesel engines

      Racor duplex primary fuel filters MA 1000’s for generator diesel engines

      Remote quick closing valves at tank outlets

    Water Makers:

    The yacht is equipped with two (2) reverse osmosis fresh water maker units. The units

    were visually examined, but were not in use as the yacht was in port. Principal details of

    the water makers include:

      2x FCI @3100GPD

      Model NM31353S

      MFG: 3/2/2010

      S/N: Port: 3811, Starboard: 3810

    Each unit has an independent sea suction, low-pressure supply pump and highpressure

    membrane pump. Supply water from sea chest flows through a series of

    media filters prior to the membranes. Discharge from the water makers is to the forward

    holding tanks. Additionally the tanks can be filled by two fill locations and one fill location

    through a water softener.

    Air Conditioning and Ventilation:

    AC system rebuilt in 2021

    The yacht is provided with air conditioned / heated accommodation, service and

    technical spaces. The system is based on the chilled water fan coil principle, with main

    air handlers treating the re-circulated and fresh intake air to meet the design

    performance specifications. The components were visually examined as accessible,

    seen in use in the air conditioning mode, and found satisfactory. Principal details


    The yacht is provided with air conditioned / heated accommodation, service and

    technical spaces. The system is based on the chilled water fan coil principle, with main

    air handlers treating the re-circulated and fresh intake air to meet the design

    performance specifications. The components were visually examined as accessible,

    seen in use in the air conditioning mode, and found satisfactory. Principal details


    Principal Sub-Contractor: Carrier

    System Assembler / Manufacturer: Carrier

    Capacity: 30,000 BTU’s

    HVAC Monitoring & Control

    The system is controlled and monitored locally at the fan coil controllers and engine


    HVAC Chiller Plants

    There are two (2) central compressors and condensers but only one chiller plant for

    cooling / heat exchange. This duplication provides backup service provided the problem

    isn’t with the chiller. Main details include:

      2x carrier semi-hermatic reciprocating compressors

      Refrigerating – R22

      2 x chilled water pumps

      2 x sea water pumps

      2 x Shell and tube condensers

      1x chiller

      1x electric two stage 29 and 43 kw

    Fan Coil Units

    There are multiple air handler units for heat exchange / air treatment. These units are

    located through out the vessel to provide effective cooling and heating.


    Heating is provided by a two stage electric heater the re heats the chilled water total

    heating capacity 72kw.

    Ventilation - Mechanical Supply & Exhaust

    Mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation is provided in locations where heat is

    generated by the operation of equipment and appliances, or air exchange is otherwise

    desired. Extraction ventilation is provided for otherwise air conditioned spaces in order

    to provide for fresh air exchange. Ventilation systems are provided for the following:

      Engine room

      Technical spaces


    Exhaust fans serving engine control room, galley laundry dryers, technical spaces , bow

    thruster room, Forepeak , accommodation spaces.

    AC Sources:

    New Atlas in 2013

    The yacht is provided with two (2) main diesel generator sets for normal service, and one

    (1) emergency diesel generator set for the tender crane. Shore power connection is

    provided via 1 x shore cable.

    Main generators: 2 x 185kW 380VAC 50 Hz 3 phase

    Shore power: 1 x 75 kVA Atlas


    Fire and Safety

    The yacht is provided with a variety of safety equipment and arrangement, consistent

    with LR classification and Bermuda flag administration requirements. The yacht is

    certified for the carriage of up to 12 passengers and 16 crew.

    The below listed safety equipment and arrangements were visually examined, tested as

    considered appropriate and found satisfactory. Items requiring annual or biennial

    service were being serviced at the time of the examinations. Related regulatory and

    service certificates were sighted and found in good order.

      Remote Ventilation shut-off (for accommodation and service spaces)

      Fire damper (for accommodation and service spaces)

      Fire damper (for machinery spaces)

      Remote control for fire dampers (for accommodation and service spaces)

      Remote control for fire dampers (for machinery spaces)

    Fire Protection

      3 Fire-protection appliances plan

      1 Remote control for fire pump

      1 Bilge and fire pump- centrifugal pump with self-priming unit

      1 emergency fire pump- centrifugal pump with self-priming unit -20 m3/h; 6 bar

      1 Remote control for fuel oil valves

      1 remote release station CO2 (galley induction hood)

      1 remote release station local application fire-extinguishing system (water)

      1 international shore connection

      7 Fire hydrant

      2 Main section valves for fixed local fire-extinguishing system (water)

      3 remote control for fixed local fire-extinguishing system (water)

      7 fire hose 20 m and nozzle

      fire extinguisher power 6 kg

      fire extinguisher CO2 5kg

      1 wheeled fire –extinguisher foam 45 L

      2 fire blanket

      3 fixed local application fire-extinguishing system (water)

      1 emergency generator

      2 Air Compressor for breathing devices

      2 control panel for fire detection and alarm system

      1 push button/switch for general alarm

    Life Saving Appliances

      3 plan for life-saving appliances and means of escape

      1 Rescue Boat Not approved for service at this time

      5 life raft

      2 life buoy

      2 life buoy with line

      2 life buoy with light

      2 life buoy with light and smoke

      37 life jackets

      6 child’s lifejacket

      1 assembly stations

      2 search and rescue transponder

      12 rocket parachute flares

      4 line throwing appliance

      3 two-way VHF radio telephone

      2 emergency position-indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB

      33 immersion suit

      7 emergency escape breathing device (EEBD)

    Other firefighting equipment / arrangements include:

      Fire main with hydrants, hoses, nozzles and wrenches (tested)

      1 x main electric fire / bilge pump (tested)

      1 x emergency diesel fire / bilge pump (tested)

      Fire detection & alarm system (tested)

      Portable and semi-portable fire extinguishers

      Ventilation shutdowns, dampers / closures (tested)

      Emergency and low level lighting (tested)

      International shore connection


    Bridge Console:

      magnetic compass

      2x Furuno Radar

      Anschotz gyro compasses

      Anschotz Autopilot

      Furuno Doppler speed log

      B&G Hydra 2000

      Interphase forward looking sonar

      Furuno FCV 014 Sonar

      EC-I Transas, Navi Sailor 3000 18” Sony monitor

      2 x Furuno GPS

      Furuno Sailor VHF

    Wing Stations:

      B&G H2000

      Intercom set

    GMDSS Station:

      2 x Satcom C

      Furuno VHF

      Fruno HF/MF



    Crew Mess:

      Thorne smoke alarm monitor

    Captains Office:

      Sailor VHF

      Skanti SSB


    Black Water (Sewage) System:

    The yacht is fitted with a vacuum type black water drain system for guest

    accommodations and vacuum heads for crew. The system was seen in use and where

    accessible, visually examined. Principal details of the black water drain system include:

      Vacuum toilets in guest accommodation to vacuum tanks/ vacuum toilets in crew

      2 x Jets 3.5 kW vacuum macerator pumps

      Hamann Waste treatment system with chlorine injection

      Capacity: 816 kg per day

      Holding tank for treated waste

    Refrigeration / Provision Cooling:

    The yacht is provided with mechanical refrigeration system for provision cooling and

    storage. The principal details include:

    Refrigeration Cooling Plant

      Located above bow thruster compartment

      2 x Copeland Model KAJA-011E TAD800 compressors

      2 x Marine Service condensers

      2 x sea water pumps- Crew mess bilge

    Cold Rooms:

    Cold rooms are stainless steel lined with lighting, air circulation fans and heat strips on

    the doors. Doors are heavily fabricated with good latches. Cold room and freezer are

    forward of the crew accommodations deck.

      Walk in Cold Room Starboard side Fwd

      Freezer starboard side Aft

      Air coolers in overheads of each compartment

      Heat strips on doors and interior lighting

      Control by alarms and monitoring system to central monitoring system.


    Ground Tackle & Mooring Equipment:

    The yacht is provided with ground tackle and mooring equipment. It was visually

    examined at this time and found satisfactory. The main details are as follows:

    Anchors, Windlasses & Chains

    The yacht is equipped with two (2) semi balanced HHP anchors that stow flush in

    recessed pockets with stainless steel striker plates.

      2 ship yard supplied hydraulic anchor vertical windlasses - capstans

      Controls – hand held wandering leads

      Hand brakes

      Chain rollers

      Riding pawls and devil claws

      Enclosed chain lockers

      Inboard bitter end chain releases

      2 x Noah Bloomer anchors, 141 kg each

    Mooring Equipment & Fittings:

    The yacht is equipped with various gear for mooring the vessel.

      2 hydraulic mooring capstans with foot switches

      4 x double bitts, polished stainless steel main deck aft

      1 x double bitt, polished stainless steel with stopper eyes at main deck port and

    starboard midships

      4 x double bitts polished stainless steel with stopper eyes at foredeck

      4 x mooring line fairleads foredeck

      2 x mooring rollers on foredeck

    Foredeck Rescue Boat Crane:

    On the foredeck centerline with base to starboard there is a hydraulic crane. hatch with

    contains the rescue boat crane controls. The hatch and crane operation are interlocked.

    The unit can be run off the main and emergency generator.

    MFG: Aqua Crane

    Rating / Capacity: 750 kg. SWL (reported)

    Reach/rotation: 4 meters – 345 degrees

    Cable: 10 mm steel 28 x 7 non-rotating

    Hook: SS

    Controls: Wire control unit

    Manual hydraulic at unit

    Power Pack: located in stbd fore deck locker.


    Material: Aluminum with teak deck, ss rails

    SWL: 250 kg.

    Length: approx. 5.5 meters beyond swim platform

    Functions: up/down

    Controls: Local control panel

    Overhead Sliding Beam Gantry Cranes

    Crane Location: Port & stbd. Tender bays– 1 per side

    Construction: Stainless steel - hydraulic

    Port Rating capacity: Not posted

    Stbd. Rating capacity: Not posted

    Controls: Wire remote


    Bad Girl has been inactive for about 6 years, Two years in Mobile, Alabama and four years in Cap Cana, Dominica Republic. All the while being maintained by a small crew. The estate has been settled and Bad Girl is ready to be sold.

    ABS layup surveys were completed as required by ABS. The most recent was in June of 2021. An insurance survey was completed in 2019. A bottom survey was completed in June of 2021.

    The entire AC system was rebuilt in 2021. The engines were recently surveyed by an MTU technician. All recommended services are being scheduled. The Harmon waste system has had major upgrades in 2021.

    The amazing crew has been fastidious about maintaining the interior woodwork and teak  to a very high standard. 

    $5,400,000 is a low asking price for Bad Girl. The Owners know that it is time to sell. After a yard period Bad Girl will offer the new owner years of amazing adventures at a fraction of the price of similar yachts.