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Motor Control Home Tour Onboard A Super Yacht (Captain&#39s Vlog 118)





Captain Tristan Mortlock gives you a full tour of the Motor Regulate Space onboard Motor Yacht AWOL.

From electrical to mechanical, he clarifies all the devices ant their certain intent.

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37 comments

  1. It would be interesting to see the battery bank system on such a size vessel

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  2. Great video, I hope you remembered to put the screw cap back on the fire hose pump outlet.

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  3. Did I miss reference to Uninterruped Power Supplies (UPS) to back up critical control equiment to bridge the gap when change over from shore supply to Gen sets, I have one fitted on my 12m electric boat if you need more info -)) ps great vid!

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  4. Man I love your videos I believe I have watched them all and all I can say is you guys are awesome!!!!

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  5. Dear captain Tristan i had a strange question.

    By the way, it's a dream of mine to be able to have such a yacht one day, however considering im not wealthy it may be tough.

    So getting to my question, do you think if someone purchased a yacht, they could turn it into a profitable business?

    Meaning putting a yacht on the charter market and being able to maintain, keep and fix the yacht as needed yet still keeping a crew and e.t.c and still remain profitable?

    I have little to no experience in yachting, however i do have experience running a business.

    Any input would be appreciated.

    In fact, could you make a video concerning this tactic to keeping a yacht?

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  6. Pretty cool !

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  7. Cant wait for the engine room tour! Hopefully you remembered to put the cap back on the fire hose connection after filming!

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  8. Tristan. Now the season is over….when are you going to take delivery of your Lambo?!

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  9. Great job Captain! 18 minutes felt like 10!

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  10. Hi Tristan. Thank you for another nice video. Noticed a few things – 1) Wouldnt it give you much quicker response time to fight the fire, if you have your hose and your nozzle already screwed on the pump (like a hydrant in a building)? Or is that technically prevented for some reason? 2) Why all the yellow levers are not labeled (or otherwise sugested their function)? 3) Engineroom is mostly lighted by artificial (LED) lighting. It may be helpfull to the crew (especially in emergency), if a) there is handfull of fluorescent pointers to exit – on the walls or ceiling, and b) if under one, few of them, or all of them is attached a box with headlamp and/or glowstick. 4) In one of your previous video, i did notice, that the ship engineer does have a marker and laminated checklist(s) for some elaborate procedures wich seem to have been done in some succession. I am sure, your engineer does not need that furthermore, but if the owner needs to change his engeneer for any reason, or if someone new is in the engine room for some reason, it would be a help of great deal, to have a described folders with checklists for usual and annual change of technical fluids, maintenence and/or repair.

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  11. Does the air conditioning system use sea water which is chilled or is it a closed system using fresh water?

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  12. Thanks Tristan!! You delivered on your message to me!

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  13. Tristan, I was looking at my latest Robb Report and noticed the Oceanco Dreamboat.
    At 295 feet I instantly thought of you and what length you were rated for.
    With 23 guests and 33 crew members it seems like that would be a boatload!!
    Would you answer please?

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  14. Tristan, that hairline is reversing faster than a Brabus tender.

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  15. Cool video. Can you explain the ground power differences? And how many litres of fuel does ur boat take?

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  16. OMG my head is banging, with all that info. Fantastic presentation, Tristan, Thankyou very much.

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  17. I learn a lot from you 👍

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  18. Excellent video. Even if you prefer deck I can see taking the A E C one and two classes

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  19. Tristan…gallons of air? LOL
    Great video of the engine room, there is so much learn and know.

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  20. sorry for al the tech guys.. damn wat a boring video 🤪 hope the next one is better ✌️

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  21. I wonder how much knowledge the other crew members has about the engine room if the boat and captain got hurt.

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  22. So, if you say SO once more I'll give you a thumbs down. So, got it??

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  23. I am presuming you have little fuel ,fresh water dirty water on board for the winter and replenish with fresh in the April

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  24. Thanks for sharing such great tech info.
    Can you tell me more:
    1. For engine room +ve pressure why not open vent to the open atmosphere as this may eliminate the machinery required to maintain the pressure to feed the engines.

    2. The exhaust filteration processing is done only for generator exhaust or also for engine exhausts ?

    3. Why not induce some solar power to save on exhaust reduction.

    4. Is there any priming mechanism for the generator cooling water circulation as they may have air now as they are out of water

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  25. don't like the adds. Thanks, unsubscribing.

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  26. The primary voltage for the steering gear pumps is 220v. So it’s powered by the gen sets and uses batteries for 24v back-up in the event of gen set failure? I had imagined it would be exactly the opposite since you only use rudder with mains firing and would want to reduce draw on gen sets when off of shore power to direct to domestic systems. Is that flawed logic?

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  27. Macerator aka muffin muncher.

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  28. Love the videos, been watching for a long time. The reason the ECR is positively charged pressure wise is to keep fumes from entering the ECR, not to help deliver air to the engines. Sorry to be discrediting you publicly but I'd love to help factually as your videos are very good. Hopefully my degree can be put to more use than me sitting in a cube. Cheers and good luck in the future.

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  29. It is nice to see a captain who knows their way around the engineering room. Well done.

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  30. I've been following the channel since the early days, and this was my favorite episode yet! Thanks for letting us geek out on the technical side of things, I can't wait to see more next week!

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  31. Very interesting !

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  32. I love this stuff. Would like to see more in depth videos on how some of these systems work. Heating and air conditioning could be a whole video, for example.

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  33. Thanks for the detailed tour Captain Mortlock! There's a million tiny details in that engine room that might seem overwhelming at first blush, but the way you're presenting it makes the pieces fall into place quite nicely. Also, kudos for the cleanliness factor. I remember your discussion of white paint in the engine and service areas… again, makes total sense to this landlubber in hindsight. 🙂

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  34. why does a yacht need so much more fuel treatment than say a railroad locomotive

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  35. Allmost a tutorial video, well done.
    Keep it up, looking forward.

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  36. Very fascinating to this land locked techie. Thanks for the tutorial in enough detail I can understand. Closest I’ve ever been to an ocean was the Gulf of Mexico.

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  37. Hi Tristan, I really enjoy the vlog, are the fire and bilge pumps stay on Automatic when your in the water?

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