Major 2000 refit by Hinckley
This magnificent no-nonsense custom trawler motor yacht is in excellent condition and is actively cruised. Designed by naval architect William Barrows for his own use and strongly built by the custom shop at Willard. She was purchased in 1989 by her second owner and underwent a major refit in 2000 by Hinckley in Southwest Harbor, Maine that included new engines and transmissions, air conditioning, generator, new teak decks, brightwork, new windows, full paint below and above water and new heavy lift crane to mention a few of many upgrades.
This wonderful sea boat is now on her third owner who actively cruises her between Maine and the Bahamas.
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The interior is spacious, airy and well-lit with soft goods in neutral tones and varnished parquet floors and varnished trim throughout.
The large master stateroom aft has walk-around king size bed with Temperpedic mattress. The bed is offset slightly to port with vanities and hanging lockers on either side and flat screen TV/DVD. En-suite saltwater head with full-size bathtub and shower on forward port side. Cabin has private access to aft cockpit.
Forward past the washer/dryer and generous pantry are the steps up to the main salon and two steps down to a passageway forward between the twin engine rooms and up two steps into the galley. This allows access forward and aft without going through the main salon. There are windows in the four engine room door to allow inspection while underway without going into the heat of the engine room.
The thwart ship's well lit galley has a 4-seat dinette for dining. Opposite to starboard are the stove, dishwasher, double stainless sink and large refrigerator/freezer.
The two guest staterooms are forward. The port with upper and lower berths and the starboard two lower berths. Both staterooms have private fresh water heads and shower stalls forward. Shower stalls have escape/access hatches to the foredeck.
The comfortable Main Salon has a desk and bookcase forward to starboard, flat screen TV/DVD and an "L" shaped settee with hi-low / in-out table aft convertible for cocktails or dining. On the port side there is a fold out sofa/bed along the side and forward a built-in bar area with sink.
The pilot house is next forward and is well laid out for long distance cruising with good visibility. A large chart table is to port with several chart-sized drawers underneath. A STIDD admiral helm chair is on the centerline with the electronics and engine controls laid-out in front and overhead. The radar is mounted to starboard. Aft on the starboard side is an "L" shaped settee with table for eating while on watch. The electrical panel is aft to port.
The large fly bridge has a soft top on a metal frame and isinglass surround. The helm, redundant controls and instruments are on the starboard side and engine and rudder controls are to port for docking. There are seats at both stations and a large "L" shaped settee across the aft.
The foredeck has twin windlasses with dual anchors and waist high Portuguese Bridge. The teak decks are well protected with high bulwarks running aft to the aft. Crane and tender storage is on top of the low cabin house over the aft stateroom. The teak decks are well protected.
All the way aft is a cockpit with an entrance down into the master stateroom and transom door onto the swim platform.
AFT Master Stateroom
Located aft and full-beam with an offset island king size bed with Temperpedic mattress, large port and starboard vanities with generous storage and flat screen TV/DVD. Forward and starboard is the saltwater head with shower, full-size bathtub and sink. Aft is direct companionway access to the cockpit.
Port and starboard are guest cabins each with their own freshwater heads, stall showers and sinks. Both showers have access (crew or emergency) to the foredeck via overhead hatches and integral ladders. The port cabin consists of upper and lower outboard berths that convert to a day couch. The starboard cabin has two offset single berths with a walk-through in between. Both cabins have ample drawers and locker storage.
Along the forward face is the dash with a STIDD admiral helm chair centered along with the electronics display area in front and above. To the port side is a large workable chart area with chart drawers and to starboard is a radar area. Next aft, to both port and starboard are wing doors out to the well protected side decks. Aft to port is the electrical distribution panel and passageway up to the flybridge. Aft to starboard is an "L" shaped settee with batteries located below. Just inboard of the settee is the passage below to the salon.
Steering station is forward and off-center to starboard and a wing control station is to port for docking. There is a large table for dining on-deck and sunning areas. Over top is a solid frame Bimini and flybridge with Eisenglass windscreen and side curtains.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
825 Parkway Plaza
Jupiter, FL 33477