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Wheel House

Galley

Dining Area

Sun Deck

Staterooms

Entertainment Lounge

Dive Deck

The Engine Room


The forward portion of the Odyssey’s engine room is centered around it’s twin Detroit Diesel 8V71 engines with Allison transmissions. Outboard of each main engine are the generators. The port genset produces 80kva and the starboard produces 100kva of electrical power for the vessel. The main voltage is 240 volts but through transformers and converters, 120 volts is also available. Aft of the starboard genset is the freshwater pressure set. This provides the freshwater pressure to all the sinks and showers throughout the boat. It draws the water from any of the six freshwater storage tanks onboard. Forward of the starboard genset is the hot water heater. Aft of the port genset is the saltwater pressure set. This provides pressure for the toilets. Outboard of the saltwater pressure set is the reverse osmosis system (watermaker). This takes saltwater and forces it at high pressure through a membrane which separates out the brine portion and leaves high quality fresh water which gets stored for the vessels use. The stern portion of the engine room consists of two chilled water air conditioning systems, bilge and fire pumps, the fuel transfer system and the rudder system.

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