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News: Custom 120’ yacht First Draw (ex Cacique) successfully refitted by Christensen Shipyards

February 3, 2012 by ss
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Throughout the guest areas of the yacht First Draw (ex Cacique), the interior has been updated by Christensen with brand new carpet, wall coverings, ceiling panels and paint to make a warm, fresh, and inviting feel. The main salon has been remodeled with all new custom furniture, and an updated entertainment system, while the dining room has a new table, placed under a silver leaf overhead feature. The perimeter features new Onyx countertops and window coverings. The Sky Lounge on motor yacht First Draw was also refurbished with custom furniture, window covers, and a new refrigerator in the bar. The foyer has been extended with a new marble inlay floor, and a day head has been added. In the Pilot House, the captain will be able to navigate with a brand new navigation system, seated on new helm covers.

All four of the guest cabins onboard the MY FIRST DRAW have been updated to reflect a continuous style. The VIP cabin has a brand new en suite bathroom, finished with custom marble floors, countertops, and shower. The cabin also features new carpet and wall coverings and a settee and pop-up vanity. The revamped Master suite includes separate his/hers bathrooms; one containing a Jacuzzi tub. The two guest cabins each have an en suite bathroom with new plumbing fixtures, finished with new marble floors, vanity tops, and showers. One cabin has been reconfigured to include one queen and one single bed, while the other has two single beds.

The exterior of the ship First Draw was given a new coat of paint and a new rub rail, while new teak decking was added throughout. The enclosed Main Aft Deck has ten new chairs around the dining table, with new granite countertops on the built-in cabinets. The Aft Bridge Deck has all new furniture, including four chaise lounge chairs, four club chairs, two side tables, and a coffee table. The Sundeck features a new hot tub and a bar with a new marble top and three barstools and new sunpads and cushions. First Draw comes with two jet skis and a new 16′ Nautica tender.

The refit of motor yacht First Draw by Christensen included the following new exterior features:

• New Awlgrip Paint

• New Teak Decking on Swim Step, Bridge Aft Deck, & Sun Deck

• New Hot Tub and Bar area on Sun Deck

• New Nautica 16’ RIB Deluxe Tender

• New Exterior Furniture

• New Exterior Sun pads and Cushions

• New Marble Bar Tops

New Interior features after the refit of the First Draw yacht include

• New VIP Suite, including in-suite bath

• New Port Aft Guest Stateroom with Queen and Single Berths

• New Carpet

• New Overheads

• New Window Coverings

• New Marble in all baths and day heads

• New Extended Main Foyer with Day Head and Marble Floors

• New Furniture in Main Salon, Dining & Sky Lounge

• New STIDD Helm chairs

• New TVs and Entertainment Systems

New Electronics inlcude

• FISH FINDER FCV585- 8.5′ Color LCD, 600 Watts, 50/200 KHZ

• TRANSDUCER – Furuno 525T-BSD Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer with Temp

• TracVision HD7 w/Ku/Ka-band TriAD technology for DIRECTV HDTV

• Furuno 1954CBB NavNet VX2 Black Box Radar /Chart Plotter GPS- Furuno BBWGPS

• Furuno WASS/GPS Receiver Antenna

• AUTOPILOT – Simrad AP50 Kit w/J50 & RF300S with RC25 fluxgate compass

Christensen Shipyards refit the Custom 120’ motor yacht First Draw (ex Cacique)
February 03, 2012

Christensen Shipyards has recently completed a total refit of motor yacht First Draw. M/Y First Draw was first built in 1995 as M/Y Cacique, and has been updated to both the technical and styling standards of 2012. Everything from two new Caterpillar engines, to the floors to overhead panels has been retouched to make First Draw a first-class yacht. It is currently docked in Vancouver, Washington.
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW refitted by Christensen Shipyards

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW refitted by Christensen Shipyards

Throughout the guest areas of the yacht First Draw (ex Cacique), the interior has been updated by Christensen with brand new carpet, wall coverings, ceiling panels and paint to make a warm, fresh, and inviting feel. The main salon has been remodeled with all new custom furniture, and an updated entertainment system, while the dining room has a new table, placed under a silver leaf overhead feature. The perimeter features new Onyx countertops and window coverings. The Sky Lounge on motor yacht First Draw was also refurbished with custom furniture, window covers, and a new refrigerator in the bar. The foyer has been extended with a new marble inlay floor, and a day head has been added. In the Pilot House, the captain will be able to navigate with a brand new navigation system, seated on new helm covers.
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Main Salon after refit

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Main Salon after refit
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Dining 2

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Dining 2
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Skylounge

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Skylounge
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Pilothouse

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Pilothouse

All four of the guest cabins onboard the MY FIRST DRAW have been updated to reflect a continuous style. The VIP cabin has a brand new en suite bathroom, finished with custom marble floors, countertops, and shower. The cabin also features new carpet and wall coverings and a settee and pop-up vanity. The revamped Master suite includes separate his/hers bathrooms; one containing a Jacuzzi tub. The two guest cabins each have an en suite bathroom with new plumbing fixtures, finished with new marble floors, vanity tops, and showers. One cabin has been reconfigured to include one queen and one single bed, while the other has two single beds.
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Master Stateroom

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Master Stateroom

The exterior of the ship First Draw was given a new coat of paint and a new rub rail, while new teak decking was added throughout. The enclosed Main Aft Deck has ten new chairs around the dining table, with new granite countertops on the built-in cabinets. The Aft Bridge Deck has all new furniture, including four chaise lounge chairs, four club chairs, two side tables, and a coffee table. The Sundeck features a new hot tub and a bar with a new marble top and three barstools and new sunpads and cushions. First Draw comes with two jet skis and a new 16′ Nautica tender.
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Sundeck after refit

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Sundeck after refit
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Sun Deck Bar

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Sun Deck Bar
Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Aft Bridge Deck

Motor yacht FIRST DRAW – Aft Bridge Deck

The refit of motor yacht First Draw by Christensen included the following new exterior features:

• New Awlgrip Paint

• New Teak Decking on Swim Step, Bridge Aft Deck, & Sun Deck

• New Hot Tub and Bar area on Sun Deck

• New Nautica 16’ RIB Deluxe Tender

• New Exterior Furniture

• New Exterior Sun pads and Cushions

• New Marble Bar Tops

New Interior features after the refit of the First Draw yacht include

• New VIP Suite, including in-suite bath

• New Port Aft Guest Stateroom with Queen and Single Berths

• New Carpet

• New Overheads

• New Window Coverings

• New Marble in all baths and day heads

• New Extended Main Foyer with Day Head and Marble Floors

• New Furniture in Main Salon, Dining & Sky Lounge

• New STIDD Helm chairs

• New TVs and Entertainment Systems

New Electronics inlcude

• FISH FINDER FCV585- 8.5′ Color LCD, 600 Watts, 50/200 KHZ

• TRANSDUCER – Furuno 525T-BSD Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer with Temp

• TracVision HD7 w/Ku/Ka-band TriAD technology for DIRECTV HDTV

• Furuno 1954CBB NavNet VX2 Black Box Radar /Chart Plotter GPS- Furuno BBWGPS

• Furuno WASS/GPS Receiver Antenna

• AUTOPILOT – Simrad AP50 Kit w/J50 & RF300S with RC25 fluxgate compass

Christensen Shipyards has been a staple in the yachting community and the Pacific Northwest for over 25 years. With the addition of a new shipyard in Tennessee, it now encompasses over 630,000 square feet of climate controlled manufacturing space. The state-of-the-art facilities enable Christensen to adhere to high manufacturing standards and build yachts of unyielding quality and beauty.

Christensen Shipyards (WEST) – Christensen Shipyard West is comprised of over 180,000 square feet of climate controlled manufacturing space and a seven-acre marina. Located in the beautiful Northwestern U.S., in Vancouver, Wash., it is a ten minute drive from the international airport in Portland, Ore. (PDX).

Christensen Shipyards (EAST) – The brand new Christensen Shipyard East facility consists of 450,000 square feet of climate controlled manufacturing space with yacht construction capacity of over 200 feet in composite or steel construction. It is a twenty-five minute drive from the Knoxville, Tenn. airport (TYS) on Lake Tellico, which locks into the pristine Tennessee River chain.

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