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For Sale By Frank Gordon Yacht Sales, Inc.
Builder: Halvorsen/Juxing Shipyard Designer: Halvorsen Dimensions: LOA: 32 feet LWL: 29.58 feet Beam: 12 feet Engines: Engine Brand: Cummins Engine(s) Total Power: 220 HP Engine Model: 6BT5.9M Engine Hours: 1022 Cruising Speed: 8 knots @ 1800 RPM Maximum Speed: 12 knots Tankage: Fuel: 150 gallon Water: 120 gallon Holding: 24 gallon Walk through Interior While relaxing in the main salon, you are offered a 360-degree panorama through the large windows and aft door. For privacy, “Naciente” is fitted with custom Levelor Blinds keeping you cool and comfortable. Her 6’6” headroom makes it easy to move around her cabin. A reverse-cycle air conditioner and heater helps make your time on the boat comfortable in any season or weather. The main salon has a built in L- shaped settee to starboard with a hi-lo dinette table that transforms into an occasional bed. On the port side is seating for 3 with an icebox and storage under. The teak and holly sole accents the high level of craftsmanship used when installing the Golden Burmese Teak throughout her interior. The centerline island queen berth with a large hatch and opening ports create a light and airy cabin. Convenient shelving, front- loading storage lockers, and numerous drawers flank it. Rarely seen in a cruiser of this size is a large separate shower stall with a privacy door. Gourmet meals are prepared and libations poured with the chef still being a member of the party. Her galley is forward to port with a proper centerline stainless steel sink and three-burner propane stove. She comes equipped with an oven, microwave and Norcold dual voltage refrigerator/freezer. Numerous drawers and lockers provide ample space for your stores. Exterior: Through the rear door is a covered aft-deck perfect for sundowners and cooking with the exterior BBQ grill The stairway leading to the large bridge has its own hatch to keep things dry on deck. The swim platform is accessed through the transom door and is ideal for swimming or simply boarding – especially at floating docks. Access to the bow is through wide covered walkways on either side. On the foredeck a Lofran rope and chain gypsy windlass makes setting and retrieving the 33 pound Bruce anchor a breeze. Hydraulic steering and bow thruster make for increased maneuverability. The bridge has a stainless steel radar arch with 2 deck lights. Two storage cabinets under the fly bridge settees also provide a safe home for the two 10 pound propane tanks. Noticeable in the photos is the extensive canvas that covers the varnished handrails and protects them from weathering.