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EXTREMELY WELL-EQUIPPED CRUISING BOAT WITH PLENTY OF ROOM FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS!
3 Cabins - 2 Head/showers
This sturdy Gulfstar 54 Sailcruiser will provide safe passage in luxury and will take you anywhere in the world you would like to go. She is a proven world cruiser and can be a wonderful live aboard or could become a very nice Private Charter Yacht. Easy for a couple to handle with Hood Stowaway roller furling main and mizzen sail. She features a mast height under 55 feet for cruising under intracoastal water way bridges. Twin Yanmar turbocharged engines and a bow thruster make it easy to maneuver in tight places and gives you the power to get you though strong currents anywhere in the world. Or, you can just use one engine for motor sailing...it is nice to have options!
Luxury is everywhere - from the spacious owner’s cabin with ensuite head and private cockpit aft to the modern amenities like air conditioning, generator, water maker, and a washing machine. The galley has been updated with Corian counter tops, custom pantry, refrigeration, and appliances.
If you are considering a cruising yacht, this is DEFINITELY worth a look! Call/text/email to set up a showing!
This Gulfstar 54 Sailmaster is one of the best and last boats ever built by this quality manufacturer. She is a blend of stunning styling, great performance, and lavish accommodations - combined with outstanding engineering and construction.
Vince Lazzara, the founder of Gulfstar, was one of the pioneers of fiberglass yacht construction and his influence runs deep. He built the first fiberglass boat over 40 feet back in 1955 in Sausalito, California, called the 41’ Rhodes Bounty II. Vince sold the tooling to Pearson Yachts and in the early 1960’s. He then co-founded Columbia Yachts, which he sold in 1967. In 1970, he started Gulfstar Yachts in St. Petersburg, Florida, building both sail and power boats that provided excellent performance, accommodations, and value.
As the years progressed, so did the designs and quality of the Gulfstar line of boats. Major innovative construction techniques were ushered in 1978 that catapulted Gulfstar to be one of the major builders of high-quality yachts, The interior furniture construction, for instance, features laminated strips of teak to form door frames and fiddles that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also structurally superior to other manufacturing methods. The Gulfstar 54 Sailmaster was the final model that incorporated all the best that Gulfstar had to offer.
In 1987, Gulfstar began to merge with Viking Yachts, which was completed in 1990. In 1991, Vince opened Lazzara Yachts with his sons Brad and Dick. Lazzara Yachts built world class yachts from 68’ to 120’.
There are 3 cabins for sleeping, a luxurious Master cabin with ensuite head and separate shower, a spacious VIP cabin with Queen size coil spring mattress, and other guest cabin with over under bunks.
Let’s start aft at the Master’s cabin which has its own private cockpit aft and has a large island walk around berth, with coil spring mattress and storage space beneath the berth. Aft and to starboard of the berth is an upholstered settee with storage below and above. Forward of the berth is another vanity mirror with cabinets below and shelving above. Port of the berth there is additional shelving, cupboards, and storage space.
The master cabin ensuite head unit has a separate shower stall, head, and sink and vanity unit outboard.
The galley is situated forward and starboard of the Master cabin. The stove is located aft. Large refrigerator/ freezer and worktop space to starboard and forward. The twin stainless steel sinks are placed center line with large pantry storage aft. There is plenty of other storage in the galley with cupboards both above and below the worktops.
The main salon is up two steps forward and was reupholstered in 2007 with Ivory leather. To starboard is the U-shaped ivory leather settee which has storage below. The settee surrounds a large custom teak folding dining/coffee table. There are open cabinets and glass fronted cabinets above the settee. On the port side in the main salon are two custom made built-in seats with storage below and with teak cabinets and two large shelves above. Below is a Raritan icemaker in between and storage space located outboard. The navigation station is aft and to port in the main salon near the companionway. There is a large teak chart table with navigation equipment above and outboard with the electronics panel located beneath and outboard. There is also storage in the chart table and shelves above.
The forward head is forward to port and features a separate shower stall, the head, sink, and vanity unit outboard with storage units both above and below. There is a large vanity mirror most forward in the head unit. Directly across and to starboard is the bunk berth cabin, with 2 twin sized bunks and a teak hanging locker aft and port. There is shelving outboard, cabinets, and a vanity mirror. Slightly forward of that is a storage pantry.
Finally, forward is the large Guest cabin with centerline, coil spring, queen-sized berth. There is a teak hanging locker aft to starboard and shelving outboard to port and starboard. There are storage drawers beneath the berth and an upholstered settee aft and port of the berth with drawers and lockers below for storage.
You'll also enjoy the convenience of the LG washer.
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