Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Werft: Ocean Alexander
Designer: Ed Monk Jr.
Länge über alles: 54 ft 0 in
Breite: 15 ft 6 in
Tiefgang max.: 4 ft 6 in
Marke des Motors: Detroit Diesel
Marke des Motors: Detroit Diesel
Normalfahrt Geschwindigkeit: 17 mph
Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 27 mph
Anzahl Wassertanks: (300 Gallonen)
Anzahl Treibstofftanks: (600 Gallonen)
Anzahl Fäkalientanks: (50 Gallonen)
Total Power: 495
Master stateroom forward with centerline queen (with unbelievably comfortable custom mattress), full en suite head and 6'6 standing headroom. From forward stateroom, aft thru short companionway (with guest head starboard) and either down to the two guest staterooms (double port side, single starboard), or up six steps to raised pilothouse with newly refinished maple hardwood sole.
Pilot house has wing doors port and starboard, nice raised C-shaped settee with dinette and access up to flybridge or down aft to salon and galley.
Galley is C-shaped, well laid out and functional, salon is comfortable and tastefully furnished, 6'4 headroom. Aft from salon thru polished stainless steel sliding doors to large cockpit offering access to flybridge or integral swim platform via step-thru transom door.
Galley and Head
Galley down with snow white Corian counters, oversize sink, hot/cold pressure water (19 gallon hot water heater engine and AC fired), full size side-by-side Amana refrigerator/freezer, three burner propane stove with oven (note original electric stove replaced with custom propane system--30lb propane bottle also tapped into large BBQ grill on flybridge), built in GE convection microwave oven, U Line icemaker, Westinghouse dishwasher, Broan trash compactor. Note galley is very funtional as well as cheery and bright. Westinghouse washer and dryer. VacuFlush toilets throughout.
Electronics and Navigation Gear
Northstar 952X color chartplotter with b&w repeater on flybridge, Furuno 36 mile radar, Robertson AR200 autopilot with remote, Interphase forward-looking sonar, Garmin 135 sounder/finder, Azimuth fluxgate compass, Standard VHF radio, Icom marine telephone, loud hailer. KVH active-tracking satellite television system feeds throughout vessel, 15' Mitshubushi TV, 27' Sansui, full Sony component stereo system.
110V AC / 12V DC. Fifty and 30 amp shorepower services, 8kW genset (1,761 hours) in robust soundshield, custom setup consisting of 10 3D barreies in two banks (five house, two engine, dedicated genset, dedicate bow thruster and dedicated windlass), batteries are state-of-the-art dry cell and were all replaced late 2005, heavy duty 240 amp and two 120 amp alternators with separate regulators, Trace inverter and three automatic battery chargers. Note this custom system was installed at a cost of almost $11,000 by a technician flown out from the Ocean Alexander factory; it's well conceived and means that you can stay on the hook for DAYS AND DAYS without running the genset.
Deck and Hull Equipment
Modified-V hull with cored sides and decks, bottom was completely redone culminating with a barrier coat in 2001 at Philbrooks Boatyard in Seattle at a cost of over $35,000.
Bruce 30kg anchor on heavy duty intergral anchor platform with all-chain rode thru heavy duty Lofrans 1500 windlass, foredeck washdown. Oversize stainless steel stanchions and handrail, extra WIDE sidedecks for easy fore/aft access. Electric bow thruster and water maker. Remote spotlight, Buell triple-trumpet air horn (LOUD!), hydraulic trim tabs.
Nick Jackson low profile electriic dingy davit, Avon center console RIB with 30hp Nissan outboard.
Engine and Mechanical
Detroit Diesel 6-71s turbocharged and aftercooled with AirSep airfilters, full instrumentation (including FloScan system), Racor filters with vacuum gauges, Micro Commander one-touch transmission/throttle controls and automatic engine synchronizers. PSS dripless packing glands, bronze four-bladed props, spare set of three-bladed props. Note the engine room on this vessel is IMMACULATE, engines just serviced mid-April 2006.
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.