Pilothouse

The hub of MOKEN’s interior spaces, the pilothouse serves as both the operational command centre while underway and provides a comfortable place for gathering, eating and relaxing when docked or on the hook.

  • Mermaid reverse cycle air-conditioning unit – 16,500 BTU
  • Two REAL 3,500 BTU hydronic fan heaters fed with main engine cooling water with 2 speed fan.
  • Two Caframo Sirocco 807 gimballed fans (three speeds and four pre-set timers).
  • Caframo Fairview defogger.
  • High end ultraleather (Aclantara) upholstery throughout.
  • Five teak hand rails and SS Guard rail by salon companion way.
  • Ample under seat and under bench lockers.
  • Overhead chart storage and instrument console.
  • Solid teak and holly laid sole with large engine room access hatch.
  • Reading lights and LED chart light.
  • Three overhead LED dome lights, red/white selectable.
  • Thermal foam/ultra leather removable cover for stainless steel engine room exhaust vent pole.
  • Seven sliding opening windows.
  • Large chart table and chart drawers with book shelves and racks, lockers under.
  • The 6 foot dinette doubles as a watch berth and seating for four.
  • Beige Sunbrella dinette cushions.
  • Pilothouse windows are 10mm toughened glass plate with integral storm cover bosses.
  • Three windscreen wipers with fresh water wash.
  • Pilothouse entry doors are aluminum commercial ship quality, dogged doors. Dutch door on starboard side, vertically split type aft.
  • Custom teak holder for four fishing rods.

Helm Station

The helm station offers 360 degree visibility and the ability to monitor all systems from the helm chair.

  • STIDD 500-200 Low Back Admiral Helm Chair in black.
  • Edson teak rim dished Destroyer wheel, 26 inch diameter.
  • Binocular rack.
  • Goiot observation and vent hatch.

Navigation, Electronics & Communications

No pilothouse would be complete without an array of equipment for navigation, weather monitoring and communications.

  • Raymarine 12.1″ E-120 multifunction navigation display.
  • Raymarine Raystar 130 GPS sensor.
  • Raymarine RD424 24″ 4 Kw radome scanner.
  • Raymarine LAN network interface to a PC for redundant or dual display computer based navigation.
  • Raymarine RNS navigation software for redundant PC navigation.
  • Raymarine ST60+ Tridata combined depth, speed and temperature display.
  • Raymarine ST60+ wind display.
  • Raymarine E22078 short-arm wind vane transducer.
  • Raymarine 600W DSM30 HD digital sounder module interfaced to Raymarine E-120.
  • ComNav 1440 autopilot with remote control.
  • A second ComNav 1440 autopilot with remote control attached to a second steering cylinder for redundant power steering.
  • ComNav analog RAI rudder angle indicator.
  • Comnav Vector G2 GPS compass.
  • ComNav flux gate heading sensor.
  • ICOM IC-M602 VHF radio with Newmar PA-40/30 deck horn, Shakespeare 5215 VHF antenna, and ICOM HM-127 VHF remote hand held control.
  • Two ICOM IC-M72 hand held VHF radios.
  • ICOM IC-M802 SSB radio with AT-140 auto tuner, Shakespeare 23′ SSB antenna, and Pactor III modem for SSB enabling radio based email and weather reporting.
  • Suunto D-165 steel boat compass with quadrantal spheres.
  • Navionics Plus charts – Indian Ocean & South China Sea.
  • Paper charts for all of Asia, less Japan.
  • Furuno Navtex NX-300-D receiver.
  • Comar CSB-200 AIS – Class B transmit/receive type transponder interfaced to Raymarine E-120.
  • Echo Pilot Platinum forward looking colour sonar interfaced to Raymarine E-120.
  • Flowscan 6510-BOS-2K fuel flow system (GPH).
  • LCD video display with two cameras located in engine room and cockpit.
  • Coastal Marine Wifi system with 5 mile range.
  • Shakespeare SeaWatch 2025 marine TV antenna with 2025-CP control panel.
  • Marinco stainless steel Phone/Cable TV inlet.
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