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Huckins Yacht Corporation
Update your status with the Queen of Classic, say hello to M/V KEMOSABE. This 3 stateroom/3 head layout radiates elegance and distinction.
Late model classic Huckins repowered in 2010 with QSM11 Cummins 670 HP. Epoxy glassed exterior and epoxy bilges when built. Traditional mahogany paneling in salon and owners stateroom. The fly-bridge and large cockpit make her a practical fishing boat as well as a fast, seaworthy, blue water family cruiser.
**Heading N to Newport, RI in June**
An adequate anchor rode locker is provided at the bow with on deck access. The lower forward cabin contains a stateroom at its forward end with a head/shower to starboard. Immediately aft to port is the galley with a dinette opposite.
The next area is the deckhouse which is located below the level of the main deck with excellent visibility to port and to starboard. Beneath the forward and aft ends of the deckhouse are equipment spaces with fuel tanks sandwiched between them.
Aft of the deckhouse is the aft lower cabin area which contains the guest stateroom to port and the electrical distribution room and guest head compartment opposite.
The master stateroom with head and stall shower are located at the aft end of this lower cabin. The remainder of the hull at the stern contains the engines and v-drives and generator. Above the aft lower cabin is the bridge deck with the centerline helm. An upper control station in the flybridge is located above the bridge deck.
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The galley is open to the deckhouse and forward on the lower level to port. A dinette to accommodate four is located to stbd. Varnished teak and holly sole.
The comfortable deckhouse has the original Mahogany hand rubbed varnish finish and is carpeted. There is ample storage cabinets both to port and stbd.
The master stateroom is located aft on the lower level and has the original Mahogany hand rubbed varnish finish.There are extra wide port and starboard berths with six drawers under each and a large two door hanging locker.Teak and holly sole; and centerline steps that lead to the cockpit. The master head with stall shower is on the starboard side with a teak and holly sole and teak shower grate. There is a Raritan Atlantes head with Lectra San treatment system. Also the head discharge can be delivered to a holding tank. The stateroom is air conditioned.
The guest stateroom is located on the lower level to port and forward of the master stateroom. There are single berths separated by a chest of drawers. The sole is carpeted and there is a hanging locker. The guest head is opposite with a stall shower, teak and holly sole and teak shower grate. There is a Raritan Atlantes head with Lectra San treatment system. Also the head discharge can be diverted to a holding tank. The entire area is air conditioned.
The forward stateroom is located in the bow of the boat forward of the galley. There are upper and lower berths to port and a large hanging locker to starboard. The sole is teak and holly and the head/shower compartment has a Raritan Atlantes head with Lectra San treatment system.
The helm station is on the centerline with a two person bench seat. A companion seat is to port. Aft of the companion seat is a wet bar with built in U-Line IceMaker and U-Line refrigerator. There is an L-shaped settee located aft and to starboard with a teak hi-lo table. The sole is varnished teak and holly and the entire area is air-conditioned. There are roll-up isinglass curtains with inner Textalene sun shade on the aft half of the bridge deck sides and across the back. The entire bridge deck is air conditioned. Access to the cockpit is through a half door aft to port, and there is access to the side decks through port and starboard half doors. Access to the fly bridge is by ladder to port aft of the wet bar.
The spacious cockpit has oiled teak planking and two mounted pedestal chairs. There are two storage lockers, and a Glendinning Cablemaster system for retrieving and storing the 50 amp dockpower cable below deck.
There is a varnished teak anchor pulpit with a Maxwell 2 way power windlass. A Suncor Seamaster SS 45 lb.anchor and SS chain is stored on the pulpit. There is a SS bow rail which connects to varnished mahogany cap rails on the sidedecks. There are seat lockers across the forward end of the deckhouse.
The spacious fly bridge has a center line helm with a pedestal chair and companion seats to port and starboard.There is a varnished mahogany mast with mounted antennas, and a folding bimini top over the forward half of the bridge. A 14" Carlisle & Finch searchlight mounted on a pedestal is located on the bridge.