Diesel Motor Yacht
This is a flush deck Motor Yacht That has given its owners an exceptional blend of liveaboard comfort with cruising versatility. The galley is down and forward giving a more open salon area. She has a walk around queen birth in the master stateroom with an abundance of storage and counter space. Visibility from the semi-enclosed lower helm is excellent in all directions, and the full-width aft deck comes with a wet bar and fiberglass enclosure panels. Topside, the flybridge second helm is separate, with additional guest seating. She has been well maintained, and ready for another owner.
Carl Clark 215-840-0285
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Built on the same hull as the Pacemaker 40 Sport Fisherman, the Pacemaker 40 Motor Yacht proved to be a popular boat
with 1970s motor yacht enthusiasts. Her traditional flushdeck profile is obviously dated today, but she’s a comfortable boat inside
with plenty of room for cruisers and liveaboards alike. Early models had the galley aft in the salon with twin single berths in the
owner’s stateroom. In 1976, teak replaced the mahogany interior,
and the layout was revised with the galley moved forward from
the salon for a notably larger and more open entertainment area.
A walkaround queen berth in the master stateroom also became
available in 1976. Visibility from the semi-enclosed lower helm is
excellent in all directions, and the full-width aft deck is came with
a wet bar and fiberglass enclosure panels. Topside, the flybridge
is small compared with those of modern motor yachts. Standard
350hp gas engines cruise the Pacemaker 40 Motor Yacht at 15–16
knots and reach a top speed of around 23 knots. Twin GM 6-71N
diesels (17–18 knots cruise) were a popular option. Note the fuel
capacity was increased to 300 gallons in 1977.
This vessel has been maintained to a high standard. Her engines were just tuned up, and the valves adjusted. She is ready to go for her new owner. Feel free to contact me for any questions you might have.
Carl Clark; 215-840-0285