There are three entry points to this yacht. Amidship, (starboard or port) and astern via the swimstep. Entering the yacht amidship places you in the pilothouse with seating for the captain and two guests. From the pilothouse, down is the dinette that seats four on the starboard side and to port is the galley that features a full-size side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. Three steps down from the galley and forward is the crew quarters w/head and full size shower. Aft of the galley and down is the separate, walk-around engine rooms. Aft of the engine rooms is the amidship stateroom that sleeps two. Directly across from the stateroom is the midship head. Aft and down the mahogony veneered hallway is the master stateroom, complete with full-size clothes closet/linen locker, sit-down vanity and master head with tub. Above decks and aft of the pilothouse is the main salon with wetbar and entertainment center forward. Aft of the main salon is the a glass slider that leads to the fully enclosed aft cockpit. The main salon and cockpit are beautifully furnished throughout.
Up and on the port side of the pilothouse is the semi-enclosed upper helm with T-shaped lounge with seating for eight guests. Aft of the lounge is the rigid, 15 person liferaft and inflatable that can be launched via an electric davit.
The galley is functional, very well laid out and has ample storage for extended stays aboard.
4-burner Electric Range and Oven
Double Stainless Steel Sink
Koden 24-mile Radar
Garmin 188C GPS/Depthsounder
President VHF (lower)
Regency Polaris VHF (upper)
Technics DVD Changer
Apex DVD player
Sony TV's (2)
The electrical system is 32 volt/12 volt DC and 120 volt/240 volt AC and has had many upgrades.
Isuzu 14-kw Generator (NEW in 2003) (695 hrs.)
Lewco 40 amp Charger (NEW in 2005)
(8) 8D batteries (NEW in 2004)
(3) separate reverse cycle Air Conditioners (NEW pump in 2003)
NAIAD Stabilizers (NEW in 2002)
CO2 system in engine rooms
shafts pulled and trued 2002
props pulled and tuned 2002
The hull is a modified V, hard chine, planing form. The forward sections of the hull are V-shaped for easy entry and reduced pounding in choppy seas. Aft section of hull is somewhat flat to provide for more lift with out excessive horsepower. There is an integral keel that adds strength to the hull as well as improving tracking, particularly at slower speeds.
The hull is constructed of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP). It is laid up as a single piece in a female mold using various types of fiberglass cloth set in polyester resin. Longitudinal stringers are foam core molded FRP capped with metal plates where the engines are installed. The stringers are set in place before the final layer of fiberglass is laid-up which adds to the strength and reduces the chances of secondary bonding failures at the attachments. Full and partial plywood bulkheads are bonded to the hull with fiberglass cloth and polyester resin. The deck and hull are fastened together with adhesives and mechanical fasteners. The engineering of and the materials used for construction are all first rate; quality control is high which result in a very strong boat capable of withstanding punishing seas.
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.