Ready for new owner to take her on the Great Loop, the Bahamas, Florida Keys, and beyond!
The extended version the most popular 44 foot boat, the 49 Defever (often refered to as the 44 + 5) has the well deserved reputation of a solid, safe, economic, and very comfortable yacht. She would be a great extended cruiser or live-aboard vessel for a couple or small family.
The low engine (approximately 600) and gen set (approximately 500) hours plus an owner who kept everything ship shape make this a great trawler and an exceptional value.
Fresh out of the yard! New bottom job (05/16) and hull survey available upon request.
This vessel can be easily seen at her berth in Miami, FL.
Call Dave Schechter
Main Saloon has its entrance from the main deck with a wooden door opening to the companionway on the starboard side. At the base of the companionway the galley entrance is to port, aft cabin/owners suite just to aft of the galley entrance and the entertainment center/ refrigeration directly forward. Entering the main saloon, an L-shaped settee with storage is to port with a large expandable dinette table. The seating allows comfortable viewing of the 46" Samsung TV. The sole is teak parquet throughout the cabins.
Entrance to the V-berth is centerline just to the port of the lower helm. Stepping down, the roomy berth has hanging lockers and storage. The forward head is on the starboard side with the port side being the entrance to the engine room below the main saloon.
Aft of the galley, the owners suite has a walk-around queen berth with side tables, storage and hanging lockers on both sides. Port side forward of the berth is a vanity and entrance to the aft head. The head has a separate shower and Vacu-flush toilet.
The cabin has a built-in shoe rack under the stairs and to the starboard side is the laundry room with separate washer and dryer.
The roomy galley is the same level as the main saloon with an open plan that allows conversation and food to pass to the dinning table in the saloon. It has a Princess 3 burner electric stove and oven, twin stainless steel sinks with instant hot water and water filter, Sub Zero refrigerator, Sub Zero freezer (located across from galley entrance under entertainment center), Panasonic microwave oven, Corian counter; ice maker (under lower helm), GE freezer (on deck beside the companionway entrance).
On the dock, she has 2- 30amp shore power cords, 50 feet long. The AC is 110v, DC 12v,
Under way or on the hook, she has a Westerbeke 12.5Kw generator with approximately 500 hours. Three house batteries, start battery for each engine, a generator start battery, a bow thruster battery, a windlass battery, Battery selector switches, Phase Three battery charger, and a Heart Freedom 25 inverter.
The lower helm has Simrad Robertson AP20 autopilot, Raytheon RL70c radar, Furuno GP1650 GPS, Standard Horizon VHF radio, Raytheon Tridata, American bow thruster control, Maxwell windlass control.
The upper helm has a Simrad Robertson AP22 autopilot, Raytheon Multi, Maptech on Sony VAIO computer with flat screen TV display.
Windless control is at the helm.
The main deck has gangway boarding, stainless bow rail, 8 mooring cleats, a solid bollard centerline aft of the Maxwell windlass (controls forward and at both helm stations). She has a CQR primary anchor, with a plow and a Fortress secondary anchors at the ready.
Seating area and storage and deck wash down, is located at the forward base of the cabin.
The aft seating area is perfect for lounging. It has a GE freezer, sink and aft deck wash down.
Step down to the aft deck, again with comfortable seating and access to the swim platform.
Step up from the main deck to the upper deck and find an optional Soft-Tub hot tub, upper helm, seating area, and tender with motorized davit crane. Bimini top in great shape with three enclosure, great fly bridge seating and new cushions.
The well-designed and efficiently organized engine room keeps all the mechanical grease, noise, and mess out of the living spaces. The room provides great access to the very clean twin Perkins Sabre primary diesels, and Westerbeke genset. The fuel management system is very logically organized, labeled and accessible in one location.
She has 3 Marine Air AC compressors (main saloon, forward cabin, aft cabin), a Seaward hot water heater, an American brand bow thruster, and X-Change-R oil system.
The Sof Tub hot tub located on the flybridge is optional with the boat. The new buyers can keep it where it is, or the owner will remove it if it is not desired.
Spare parts a plenty, tons of filters, library of manuals, etc. come with the boat.
3400 Pan American Dr.