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With the combination of an aft stateroom and aft cockpit, two heads and two steering stations this yacht is an ideal live-aboard. She was clearly designed for sport-fishing and would be ideal for cruising, diving and other water sports too.
The owner reports that this yacht was built in North Carolina in a late incarnation of the builder’s history. Some earlier yachts were molded using fire-retardant resin which caused blistering problems. That reportedly occurred between 1975 and 1977. So that problem pre-dates this yacht. Otherwise, Uniflite yachts are highly regarded and have worn well.
Bridge Clearance (ex. Antennas): 12' 10"
Builder & Designer: Unifite
White fiberglass hull, decks and deckhouses; Blue Boottop; Black bottom paint; The hull bottom was stripped and inspected in 2020; Black Sunbrella Bimini Top with full enclosure over the Fly-Bridge; Fiberglass Hard-Top over the aft deck; 3 hatches; 2 opening ports in the hull, forward in the stateroom; sliding windows in the main salon and owner’s stateroom; stainless steel lifelines; hydraulic steering.
The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6’4” headroom, minimum.
There is a stateroom forward with roomy ‘over and under’ single berths. Head with shower, aft to starboard; hanging lockers to port. Roomy Galley aft to port with an ‘L’ shaped dinette to starboard which makes a double berth. Teal green upholstery. The table is hinged from the anthwarts bulkhead. The owner reports that this arrangement makes a great office.
The main salon is 3 steps up. The lower helm station is to port. Engine hatches are worked into the teak and holly sole. There is an inflatable love-seat to port, a hi-lo table and 2 director’s chairs.
The Owner’s stateroom is aft and it has a head with separate shower stall; center-line double berth and much storage and locker space.
The sheltered aft deck (fiberglass hard-top & fiberglass ‘weather-cloths’) is roomy and three steps below the fly-brige. There is an aft cockpit with transom door.
There is one Vacuflush and one Jabsco electric marine toilet. Each head has a sink, vanity and shower. The Galley has a 3 burner 110 volt stove with oven; 12/110 volt Norcold household type refrigerator with freezer; microwave oven. The yacht is Air Conditioned and has 3 Cruise-Aire air conditioning units.
The interior is finished to hi high standard with teak and holly soles; vinyl head liners; teak veneer bulkheads with solid teak trim. Fresh water capasity: 130 USG Approx.; holding: 40 USG approx.
Twin Detroit 6-71 naturally aspirated diesel engines; hour meters showing aout 3,300 hours. The port engine has about 200 operating hours since a 2018 re-build. Fuel capasity: 560 US gallons in aluminum tanks. The owner reports fuel consumption of 5 GPH @ 10 Kts. Each engine is fitted with a 12 volt engine oil change pump and a 12 volt fuel transfer pump for easy maintenance.
The yacht has both 110 volt AC and 12 volt DC Systems. The 110 volt systrem is supplied by shore-power connection, (50’ 30 amp cord included) and by an 8 KW Northern Lights generator in a hush-box in the lazarette.
The 120 volt system is supplied by an automatic batter charger (from 110 volts) and alternators on the main engines, through selector switches to 5 – 8D batteries: 3 for engine & generator starting and 1 for the house system and 1 spare. There is a separate system with 2 golf-cart type deep discharge batteries for the refrigerator supplied by two solar panels.
2 Uniden VHF radiotelephones; 2 compasses; Lowrance GPS Plotter (lower helm); RayChart 601 GPS plotter interfaced with a Raytheon R40 Radar (Fly Bridge); stereo..
Ideal vertical anchor windless; 2 Danforth anchors; docklines & fenders; window covers; life ring; search light; swim ladder; swim platform; 2 deck chairs; screens; inflatible dinghy.