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Lovingly owned by the same family for over 21 years, this custom Swiftships has enjoyed the very best of open checkbook maintenance and upgrades over the last two decades from an experienced Yachtsman owner who truly took pride in the Palm Beach condition of this vessel. Complete interior refit in 2007 by Claudette Bonville Interiors and featured in Showboats International Magazine as Refit of the Year runner-up. Full engine room refit and repower in 2012 with new CAT C32's, new generators, Atlas installed, etc, etc. Shoal draft for Bahamas cruising. Voluminous interior space comparable to 130+ft vessels. "Rebecca" is truly a must see!
On the main deck REBECCA has full side decks from the aft deck to the foyer entrance port and starboard.
Entering the salon from the aft deck thru twin sliding glass doors is an all glass and stainless steel bulkhead, the size of the salon is impressive for a vessel of this length and beam. Port side a huge custom L-shaped sofa dominates the space and easily provides seating for six or seven.
Aft in the salon both port and starboard are custom corner mahogany and glass cabinets with a television built into the starboard side unit.
Also to starboard is a beautiful walk behind serving bar with seating and bar appliances built-in behind a stone topped mahogany bar cabinet with flame mahogany inserts.
The shades in the salon open and close electrically and there are fabric curtains at each deckhouse window.
Forward of the salon seating area, the dining area is open to the room and features a beautiful round table with seating for eight. All around the dining area are built-in cabinets storage place and china and stemware.
To starboard of the dining table the three level circular staircase provides access to both the lower level (guest) staterooms as well as access to the skylounge and pilothouse level.
The skylounge is paneled in beautiful mahogany woodwork and features a custom sleeper sofa, an occasional chair, a coffee table with storage and a beautiful custom serving bar with sink, refrigerator and storage. The skylounge also provides a spacious day head.
Moving aft from the skylounge, a huge outdoor dining table is covered from the weather by the flybridge overhang and the stairwell to the flybridge is located to port on this deck.
Forward on the skylounge deck, the pilothouse provides the helmsman with the primary helm station with nav and com electronics, a desk area for navigation and general yacht management duties and book shelving proving organized storage for all ship papers and manuals.
Port and starboard deck access doors give watertight access to a Portuguese bridge and access to the working foredeck or aft to the boat deck. To port in the pilothouse is a door leading to the captain's cabin with ensuite bathroom with stall shower.
On the main deck forward of the salon and dining area the working galley is a study in efficiency. Designed by a top level yacht chef, the galley offers all commercial appliances, stone countertops with two inset stainless steel sinks, twin ovens, five-burner stovetop, commercial refrigeration (separate walk-in in crew quarters), commercial ice maker, wine chiller, bread warmer, commercial grade toaster and coffee maker, dishwasher, walk-in pantry and abundant storage. Microwave, TV, stereo, VHF radio, primary crew quarters access is in the galley and private port side deck access is provided for the crew.
To starboard of the galley is the primary entrance foyer with mahogany paneling with stone floors. Forward of the foyer is the main deck day head and forward again is access to the master suite.
The master stateroom is a study in private luxury. This full beam suite has large port and starboard side windows with electric shades, a king size bed, walk-in closets and his and hers bathrooms.
There is both a bathtub and shower in the head and a make-up station built-in in the starboard side wall cabinetry. To port is a large custom love sofa seat. A huge Sony television faces the master bed and port and starboard night stands are built-in matching mahogany cabinetry. There are 24 drawers in the master along with six storage cabinets and the walk in closet has built in drawers and she racks.
The lower deck level provides three additional guest staterooms, one being a huge VIP guest suite and the other two matching staterooms with twin beds and in suite head compartments. There is a hidden access hallway from the guest stateroom area forward to the crew quarters.
The crew area is forward and has three staterooms with heads and showers, a crew lounge and a laundry room with twin cloths washer and dryer units. The walk-in freezer is also accessed from the crew area. A door in the galley provides access to a stairwell leading to the crew quarters.
The name REBECCA is reserved. As part of the purchase agreement the vessel will be required to be renamed.
DRINKING WATER DISPENSER
SINGLE SIDEBAND RADIO
AIS (AUTO IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM)
CCTV CAMERA SYSTEM
GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)
COLOR FISH FINDER
NAVIGATIONAL TELEX RECEIVER
PBX TELEPHONE SYSTEM
VESSEL MONITORING SYSTEM
ONBOARD WIFI SYSTEM
DC ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MONITORS
AC SHORE POWER SYSTEM VOLTAGE