"Scoon" was purchased from her Canadian owner in the spring of 2014 by her current owners in Seattle, WA. It was reported the original owner is a highly successful entrepreneur who had used her locally touring the waters on day trips in the Northwest. After her purchase in the spring of 2014, her current owners, have kept her at Skyline Marina in Anacortes, WA using her much the same way - enjoying local trips through the San Juan Islands, Gulf Canadian Islands and a a few trips into Desolation Sound. "Scoon" has received constant attention, pampering, regular service and upgrades during the current owners' tenure of ownership. She is a sophisticated, turnkey dandy of a vessel and she's ready to go start new adventures with brand new owners ….
Available for sale or lease condominium slip at Skyline Marina in Anacortes, WA
model year 2005, length overall 42’3”, beam 14’ 4”, draft 3’ 9", approximate weight 29,000 pounds, bridge clearance 13’3”, fuel tank capacity 450 gallons, water tank capacity 160 gallons, holding tank capacity 60 gallons: down east "style", prop pockets modified vee planning hull design with 16 degrees dead rise, Flag Ship blue hull; built in the USA by Sabre Yachts of Raymond, Maine, designed by Sabre Yachts, hand laminated fiberglass, interior cabin is finished cherry paneling and cabinetry.
twin 490 horsepower Cummins QSC 8.3 engines with approximately 850 hours; ZF285A transmissions 1.75 to 1 reduction with trolling valve; 25” by 30 four bladed propellers; Aquamet 2" propeller shafts; PSS dripless propeller shaft stuffing boxes; Teleflex hydraulic steering system; Cummins audio engine alarm system monitors oil pressure and water temperature; engine hour meters; Racor fuel and water separators; Air-seps engine air intake air filters; Cummins electronic engine controls with synchronizer; Wema waste tank monitor; Bennett trim tabs with indicator; two 12 volt engine room exhaust blowers; Fireboy FE241 halon engine room fire extinguisher system; two Fireboy carbon monoxide detector; three automatic bilge pumps; bronze Groco sea water strainers on thru hulls; bronze thru hulls with sea cocks.
12 dc volt, 120/220 ac volt; 120/220 volt 50 amp shore side service with 50’ shore power cord; 13.5 kw Onan MDKAZ 120/240 volt ac generator with sound shield with approximately 260 hours; Xantrex 1800 watt inverter; Promariner ProNautic 50 amp three stage 120 volt ac battery charger; five 12 volt batteries, two group 31, one group 24, two AGM 8d lifetime deep cycle batteries (all replaced in 2015); sacrificial zinc bonding system; Perko battery shut-off switch; battery paralleling system; fresh water hose bib in the engine room; battery isolator; 12 volt cockpit courtesy lighting.
Lewmar 12 volt electric anchor windlass with remote control; fiberglass bow pulpit with double anchor rollers; 35 pound Delta plow anchor with 150 feet of 5/16" chain rode and 150' 5/8" rope; radar mast; canvas mesh window covering, cockpit canvas "eye brow" cover; factory hard back enclosure; fiberglass swim platform with custom stainless steel "staples"; transom door; Ritchie flush mount compass; two Raymarine C 120 monitors with 72 mile 4 kw open array radar antenna, gps/plotter, ST40 depth sounder; Raymarine ST6001 S2 auto pilot; Raymarine ST60 digital depth sounder; Raymarine ST60 digital knot log; Raymarine rudder ST60 angle indicator; Icom ICM 604 vhf radio with antenna; AIS; hot and cold water shower in cockpit; recessed swim ladder mounted on the swim platform; fresh water wash-down in cockpit and on the bow; 12 volt windshield wipers and fresh water washers; Intellian I4 satellite tv system, 21" Sharp Aquas tv in saloon; 28" Samsung tv mounted on a custom television hoist wheel house; 21" tv in the master stateroom; Sirius radio system; dc AM/FM stereo system with cd changer; 12 volt cigar lighter; boat hook; three fire extinguishers; life sling with 100’ line; Olin flare kit; six type II and III life jackets; uninspected Plastimo eight person life raft; 28,000 btu Hurricane hydronic diesel fired heater; 400 gallons per day HRO Seafari fresh water maker; two Stidd helm chairs; four flush mounted rod holders; wired for Scottie electric down riggers; Magma stainless barbecue.
Enter "Scoon" from the swimplatform accessing the large cockpit through the transom door. The spacious and uncluttered features in-deck storage lockers as well as aft-facing bench seating. Entry into the main cabin is through a centerline doorway in the "wheel house". To port is a plush L-shaped settee and table adjoined by a bench seat and cabinet that houses convenient dc powered drink cooler and recessed tv. The command station is located forward to starboard featuring a Stidd helm seat and a companion Stidd chair to port. Moving down a few steps from the "wheel house" into the saloon with the galley located to port boasting a Seaward two burner electric cooktop, Panasonic microwave convection oven, Taylor dual voltage refrigerator/freezer and stainless steel sink with copious cabinet storage for extended trips. Forward of the galley there is a large L-shaped settee upholstered in light beige ultra-suede with high/low table with gleaming floors of teak and holly. Acess to the guest cabin is to port of the saloon and features a convertible single berth, cedar-lined hanging locker and several banks of drawer cabinets. Just forward of the of the guest stateroom is the full head featuring a full stall shower, Jabsco marine toilet, vanity with Corian counter, sink and plenty of storage. The master stateroom is located centerline and forward of the saloon. This stateroom features a queen-sized pedestal berth with drawer storage bench, and cedar-lined wardrobe locker located both port and starboard in the cabin.
5353 N. Federal Hwy.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308