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The 1995 Camargue 49 Motoryacht Lowcountry Native is built on a solid modified-V hull with extra wide beam and plenty of interior space. Camargue Yachts, built as same manufacturer as Offshore Yachts, was known to design and manufacture robust vessels, and at 50,000 pounds, the 49 Motor Yacht is no lightweight. Features include a partially enclosed and spacious flybridge with entertaining area and hardtop, hydraulic swim platform, Vetus bow thruster, 12 VDC Maxwell automatic anchor windlass with foot pedal controls on the bow, three staterooms, two full heads with showers, large galley, lower level steering station, beamy main salon with dining table and settee to starboard, four Marine Air Systems reverse cycle air conditioning and heating systems, Northstar 951X GPS chartplotter, Raymarine E120 GPS chartplotter with radar display, Raytheon Autohelm system, rudder angle indicator, two televisions, premium sound system, shorepower capability, single 13.5 kW Kohler generator, Pro- Mariner onboard battery charger, Bennett trim tabs for superior ride control and Avon Seasport RIB tender with Yamaha 40- horsepower outboard motor.
With her wide 15’ beam, the 1995 Camargue 49 Motor Yacht Lowcountry Native is a quality offshore cruiser that lives up to the rigorous expectations of the active boater. A pair of 2000 MAN Marine D2866LE405 610-horsepower diesel inboard motors provide the operator with plenty of cruising and top end power while underway. The 49 Motor Yacht’s gelcoat finish is painted white with a green bootstripe and black painted bottom with extensive stainless-steel accents and hardware located throughout the vessel. The partially exposed helm station on the flybridge provide the operator with excellent visibility in each direction for the operator. The 1995 Camargue 49 Motor Yacht Lowcountry Native is an ideal bluewater cruiser that was built with the family boater in mind. (As written in survey done by Nick Lombardi w/ Charleston Marine Survey. Survey can be provided)
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.