The Karisma has been owned by the same yachtsman since it was one year old. She has spent the last 6 years up North in fresh water under a covered Shed. She was brought back to Florida in the spring of 2019. The owners decided they would do some major updates in Florida and then do some extensive Bahamas cruising. Firstly they brought the boat to the boatyard and had the bottom painted, all the portholes were removed from the hull sides, they were resealed and reinstalled. The props were removed, tweeked, balanced, and reinstalled. Under water lights were installed and a new thru hull for the up coming water maker installation was added. Additionally, a oversized Side Power stern thruster was added and any fiberglass chips or spider cracks were repaired. The boat was then splashed and the following items were added in June 2019. The old KVH satellite TV antenna was removed and updated with an Intellian I4 unit. A SeaView mount was added to the new I4 antenna to elevate it slightly. The dummy dome on the other side of the radar arch was removed, repainted to match the New Intellian antenna, and a new Sea View mount was added to this dome as well. The old Radar scanner was removed and replaced with a Garmin 72 mile radar also with a new SeaView base to elevate it. The old Chart plotters from upper and lower stations were removed and replaced with Garmin 7612 Multi Function displays. Both upper and lower VHF radios were removed and replaced with Garmin vhf radios and they were tied into the NMEA 2000 system. The latest Garmin XM antenna was installed to provide Weather data and XM music. A Fusion AV650 audio system was installed on the flybridge and tied into all Garmin displays and the XM signal and new speakers were installed on the aft deck overhang. The latest Garmin Engine room camera was installed and is visible on both displays. A stern thruster module was installed in the Wireless yacht controller so it will control the stern thruster along with bow thruster, and gears. The old Icemaker on the flybridge was remove and replaced with New. The cable and cable drum was replaced on the davit. A New Global Fix EPIRB was purchased and a New Flare kit.
The following was added in the Engine Room in June 2019. A Cruisers 600 gallon per day water maker was installed. Two group 31 batteries were added with an independent battery charger for the newly added stern thruster. The two house 8D batteries were replaced with six group 31 batteries with new battery trays. This gave more Reserve amperage for the inverter as well. Most wiring and large amperage fuse blocks were replaced with new in this area. The remaining four 8D batteries, four group 31 bow thruster batteries, and group 27 generator battery were also all removed and replaced. A total of 17 batteries were replaced. A new Sealand diaphragm waste pump was installed to empty the holding offshore. A new fresh pump, water tank gauge, and sending unit were also installed. A new raw water pump was installed on the generator.
After completing all these upgrades in June of 2019 the owners proved the boat with a month long trip to the Bahamas. However, a due to health reasons this Turn Key boat is ready for her next owner.
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Everything about the 570 Voyager is impressive. From the beautifully sculptured lines of its compelling exterior, to the extraordinarily spacious bridge, to a cabin that dares to rival the amenities of the finest custom yachts. It blends superior structural integrity with exquisite style and comfort and with its remarkable fuel capacity it is able to cruise farther than other yachts in its class. The roomy flybridge offers generous seating, including two double-wide lounges and wraparound portside lounge that seats seven. There's also a full wet bar with a new icemaker. It has a beautifully designed control console.The large 70-sq.-ft. cockpit provides overhead sun and weather protection, plus convenient side deck stairways and a sliding glass door leading to the cabin. The 570's super-spacious salon offers extra-large, frameless windows to let in plenty of light. Elegant furnishings provide comfort. Three staterooms offer superb sleeping accommodations and the exquisite high-gloss cherry wood bulkheads, cabinetry and trim provide an elegant flair.
The flybridge area of the 57 Voyager is very spacious and comfortable with seating for all your guests. The command center features all the latest Brand New Electronics. There is a large L shaped seating area aft which will seat seven. There is a table in front of this area. There are also two other seating areas . All these seating areas have storage below. There is a Bimini top both aft and forward of the radar arch, the forward section has a full isinglass enclosure which attaches to the stylish, swept back, windshield with a stainless steel border. To Starboard is a storage cabinet with a wet bar and a Brand New Raritan Icemaker built in. Going aft is a stainless steel gate which leads to a large hatch that has a ladder down to the aft deck. There is a Marquipt Davit with a new cable and cable drum and a cradle mounted on the upper back boat deck. All canvas, cushions, and isinglass are in Excellent shape. The Flybridge also features the following:
A stylish and Easily traveled stairway leads from the flybridge down to the Contemporary Pilot house area. The pilot house has great visibility with large windows which enable the yacht to be Navigated from the lower station in foul weather. The helm itself has a black ultra leather helm chair facing the console that houses the All New Garmin Electronics package. To port in the Pilot House is a Ultra Leather L shaped seating area for where six guests can watch the scenery go by. The pilot house has a cream colored carpet and recessed overhead lighting. Other features of the Pilot house are,
Aft of the galley is the spacious main salon. There are 8 large windows in the galley/salon area which let in a lot of natural light, there all have wood blinds for privacy. To aft in the main salon there is a full beam sliding glass door with a stainless steel border. A screened door is also housed here for those days when air conditioning is not required. This door also has a privacy curtain to close off visibility from the aft door. The salon has a mixture of padded walls and a cherry wood finish. There is a large L shaped couch to starboard which will seat 5, two of these sections of the couch have pull out recliners. Forward of the couch are several cherry wood cabinets which house audio Video equipment and the ships circuit breaker panels. There is a solid surface counter here as well. To port in the salon are two nice chairs with a decorative center cabinet between them. Aft and to port is a entertainment center which houses the salon TV and dvd player. Another cabinet houses the Bose stereo system, harmon cardon av system, Brand New intellian i4 sat tv antenna control, and new water tank level gauge. Below the TV is a large cabinet for storage. TheSalon has a cream colored sculptured carpet.
Just aft of the pilot house is the Galley, it has a U shaped Solid surface countertop with two built in undermounted sinks with a New Reverse Osmosis water purifier for drinking water. The cabinets are nicely finished cheery wood. There are three large pull out storage drawers in one of the cabinets and all cabinets are easily accessible. The Newer Refrigerator and Freezer are Under the counter models with wood panels on front. The Galley has a second lower counter with bar stools for coffee. The galley offers,
Down a semicircular stairway forward of the pilot house, the Master Stateroom is to port. It has a pocket door for privacy. The master bed has an oversized Queen with a Custom upgraded mattress accessible on all 3 sides. There are pull out storage drawers beneath the bed and solid surface counters to both sides of the bed. The aft wall of the master has a large hanging closet and a built in front loading wash and dryer. The port side of the master stateroom forward has a stand up shower/tub with a door for privacy. Aft of that is a nice Cherry vanity with a large mirror, solid surface counter, and built in sink with storage below. Just aft of that is the the Vacuflush head in its own private doored area. Its unique layout lets two people get ready at the same time. The master has a large cedar lined closet forward and a integral dresser with a solid surface top and 5 storage drawers below. The master has recessed overhead lighting, cream carpeting, and a TV on the forward wall.
The VIP stateroom has a Queen bed accessible from all three sides. The bed has two large drawers below it. To port and Starboard of the Queen bed are solid surface counters going full length of the walls. There is a closet to both port and starboard in the stateroom. There are four hull portholes with curtains and a port/escape hatch in the ceiling. A TV is mounted on the wall. A door to starboard leads directly to the attached Head/shower. There are overhead recessed light and the floors are carpeted. The head which services this and the mid stateroom has another door in the hallway. This head has a very large shower with a seat and a raised Sealand head. It has a Cherry wood cabinet with a solid surface counter with a undermounted sink. There is a large mirror over the sink and storage below the cabinet. Its a good sized Head.
Forward and to port of the Master is the guest cabin with two bunks. There is a hanging locker and drawers under the bunk. The walls are a cream colered padded walls with Cherry wood accents. There is a solid surface counter with a small cabinet. The head which services this stateroom is across the hallway to starboard.
The foredeck of the 57 Voyager has a large sun pad with a cover, a Maxwell 3500 windlass with a stainless anchor chute, plow anchor, and a fresh water flush nozzle. There are storage compartments to port and starboard of the windlass. The brow of the boat has a search light and horns mounted on it. The lower windshield has 3 large diesel wipers and a full black texoline cover. Walkways on either side of the deck house lead aft with heavy duty stainless steel rails. The Aft Deck has a 7 step ladder which leads up to the Upper deck. There is a large deck hatch that leads to the Engine room and Lazarette. There is a 120 volt Frigid Rigid mounted on the aft deck, this unit is capable of being either a refrigerator or freezer for longer trips. The cockpit has a nice fiberglass overhang with recessed lights and stereo speakers mounted in the ceiling. To port is a wall mounted switch for the just installed underwater lights. There is a sun curtain which can be installed from the top of the aft deck overhang to the transm. A gate leads to the extra large swim platform which is a great spot to board or handle lines from while docking. There are two doors in the transm which house the cablemaster electric power cord retractor, tv inlets, water inlets, etc. The swim platform has a telescopic ladder for swimmers to get out of the water.
The engine room on the Karisma is Large and bright with 4 newly installed overhead 120 volt lighting fixtures. All the way forward is the Kohler generator with 1930 hours on it. The Volvo D12 675 horsepower engines are just aft of the generator. The Volvo engines have 1179 hours on them. The Sidpower stern thruster was just installed along with two Group 31 batteries, battery trays, and new battery charger for those batteries. Six new group 31 batteries and battery trays were installed for the house and inverter banks. Four new 8D engine starting batteries are Brand New along with four group 31 bow thruster batteries and a group 27 generator starting battery. All these batteries were done in June 2019. The Exhaust mixing elbows have been replaced. Additional features to the engine room are: