This is a very attractive, low hour, upgraded and well maintained motor-yacht.
She has an airy interior which gives her the feel of a much larger yacht.
She has spent almost half of her life in fresh water.
White fiberglass hull, decks & deckhouses & hard-top over the aft-deck; black boottop & gray bottom paint; wing doors; moulded fibreglass steps from the integral swim platform to the aft deck; full enclosure with deck chairs; the swim platform has a shower and large fiberglass storage locker; fly-bridge with centerline helm consol, white vinyl upholstered seating and a Bimini top with full enclosure; fiberglass radar arch; 3 stainless steel opening ports forward; sliding windows in the main and aft cabins; stainless steel railings with gates port and starboard.
The yacht sleeps 4 to 6 and has 6’3” headroom.
There is a guest stateroomforward with an off-set double berth to starboard; a head is aft to starboard with a Vacu-Flush marine toilet, vanity, sink & shower; a roomy dinette, which drops to create a berth, is aft to starboard with the galley opposite to port. The galleyhas a Princess three-burner electric stove w/ oven (needs repair), microwave oven, coffeemaker, full size refrigerator/freezer, stainless steel sink and Karadon counter tops. The main salonis three steps up. To port there is an ‘L’ shaped settee and an upholstered chair opposite all in Ultra-Leather.
The cabin sole is carpeted. There are vinyl headliners, deluxe wall-coverings on the bulkheads and an entertainment center is aft to starboard. The colours are light and in combination with the large windows the interior, including the galley, is very bright.
The access to the owner’s stateroomaft is to starboard in the main saloon. There is a double berth, ensuite head with Vacu-Flush marine toilet, stall shower, sink and vanity.
The various sinks and showers have hot and cold pressure water supplied by tanks with a capacity of 70 gallons. There is a 36 gallon holding tank capacity. The yacht has two Marine Aire air conditioning/ heating units with separate temperature controls.
She has twin Crusader 454 fresh-water cooled (heat exchangers) inboard gasoline engines rated at 320 HP; Borg-Warner ‘Velvet Drive’ transmissions; cruising speed about 17 kts.; 200 gallon fuel capacity in two aluminum tanks; full instrumentation; engine synchronizer; 4 bladed bronze props; hour meters (showing about 670 hrs. at the time of listing); Bennett Trim Tabs.
Ritchie Compass; Garmin Radar/GPS & chart plotter; Standard digital depth sounder; Standard Horizon VHF; Kenwood stereo with helm remote control; remote control search light; color flat-screen TV in the aft stateroom connected to a DVD player.
The yacht has both 12 and 110 volt systems. The 110 volt system is supplied either by shore-power connection (2 X 30 amp 50’ shore cords included), or by the 6.5 kw Kohler auxiliary generator; the yacht is equipped with a battery charger and receptacles throughout the yacht. The 12 volt system is supplied by alternators on the engines. There are 5 batteries; cabin, navigation and courtesy lights.
Twin stainless steel fender racks forward, with 4 fenders; dock-lines; 3 electric bilge pumps; Danforth anchor; anchor handling platform; 2 fire extinguishers; screens; swim ladder; engine & equipment manuals.