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2007 128 (ft.) Winston Marine Luxury Passanger Vessel

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General Information

Listing# 11204

FL, United States
Winston Marine
Boat Type
Model Year
Year Built
DeJong and Lebet
Luxury Passanger Vessel
128 (ft.)
Maximum Draft
Cruising Speed
RPM @ Cruising Speed
Cruising Speed Range
Max Speed
Fuel Capacity
Water Capacity
Hull Material
Fuel Tank Material
John Deere
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Tier 2 electronic
Number of Engines
Engine Horse Power

General Details

A great dinner yacht perfect for weddings and corporate functions, also ideal for use as a gambling boat, sight-seeing, office, or floating night club. Custom built and designed to be a money maker, requiring very low maintenance, she is U.S.C.G. certified for 400 passengers plus 20 crew. The sky lounge has patio seating and fixed bistro tables with full wet bar. There are 4 wet bars throughout the boat. The 3rd deck is enclosed and air-conditioned with tinted glass windows. There are eight additional rest rooms for guests throughout the yacht and an elevator to all 5 decks for those with special needs. Twin 375HP John Deere Tier 2 electronic engines should deliver over 10 thousand hours of service with proper maintenance. She is turnkey, including tables, linens, tableware, galley wares. Every amenity has been thought of and perfected for one of the finest cruising and dining vessels ever built. The top deck sky lounge, air conditioned enclosed party deck with aft balcony and forward open bow, beautiful conversation area with a fireplace in the main deck salon, and five staterooms below make this a very unique vessel. Another unique feature is a large customized dual purpose elevator system. Passengers with special needs will find this amenity to be a welcome addition. Fine cuisine is transported here as well. She is currently certified for 400 passengers inland and 3 miles offshore. She has 18,000 usable square footage, and is an engineering marvel. The owner has worked very closely with naval architects (DeJong & Lebet) and U.S. Coast Guard in making sure that she is the finest 130' commercial passenger craft available today. The owner has built over 20 other commercial crafts and refined each one to make it better than the last. These vessels are now in use all over the world. This is the last Winston passenger vessel available, as the owner is retiring. Don't wait, this is the finest passenger ship on the market..

Additional Equipment

Accommodations & Layout:

Five guest/crew staterooms on lower level; heads; showers; TV's and phones in each room.

HOLD ARRANGEMENT: In the forward part of the vessel are the port and starboard storage rooms or maintenance room, aft of these and accessed by the stairs are the Master stateroom with a full head and two guest staterooms with ensuite heads. At the aft end of this deck is a watertight door which accesses the engine compartment. Forward of the engine compartment are two guest/crew staterooms with ensuite heads.

ENGINE ROOM DETAILS: Fresh water cooling system; fuel filters; engine alarm and emergency stop; engine fuel shut-off valves. Soft hatches over engines. Ten reverse cycle air conditioning units (Fla. heat pumps); Electronic air conditioning shut down; electronic door lock system; four station fire system; bilge has emergency cross over back-up system; holding tank and sewage treatment.

MAIN DECK: A large commercial grade galley with laundry capabilities is located forward on this deck. The forward area of the galley is access to an under sole compartment in the fore peak which contains the bow thruster. Primary access to the boat is through entryways through both port and starboard doors.

GALLEY: There is a complete and modern state-of-the-art galley on the main deck which includes the following: Jackson dishwasher; two large upright freezers, large custom walk-in refrigerator; electric stove with convection oven; three Southbend convection ovens and full laundry with two washers and two dryers.
Aft of the galley area is the main salon area which is set up with a faux fireplace and sitting areas. The aft area has room for an administrative section port and starboard. A staircase is located aft of the galley and between the administrative areas which is access for the below staterooms and engine compartment. Aft of the galley are two restrooms on the port side. Doors at the aft bulkhead open to the outside deck and stairwell up upon which is located the davit held tender.

Second DECK: This is the main formal Dining deck which is fully enclosed with large Thermo pane windows running the full length of the dining area. Aft bar setups including a Scotsman icemaker. On the port side in the stair tower are two restrooms and a buffet setup forward and a bar sink setup. Formal dining has setups with twenty three round tables with ten seats per table. Linens, china, glassware, silverware, racks, carts, tables, chairs, centerpieces are included in the price. Forward is a foredeck with anchor stowage.

Third DECK: This deck is set up as an additional dining/Club Deck with disco and fiber optic colored lighting with a bar station, Scotsman Icemaker and a buffet setup forward. Aft is a DJ area with AmericanDJ equipment and professional karaoke system. Ten additional tables and ninety chairs with linens, centerpieces, leather love seats with wicker end tables and table lamps. This deck has two restrooms on the port side in stair tower. All enclosed decks are fully carpeted with indoor carpet.

Fourth DECK: The top or Sky Lounge is an open area with an aluminum overhead covering which houses a full bar, life vests, open seating. Forward is the helm station with wing deck controls. There are two restrooms and the elevator reaches up to this level . Three cabinets which contain hydraulic winches for spuds. Walk up stairs to fly bridge.

Equipment List:

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: Com Nav. system with remote, throttles and gears; Compass; Digital depth sounder; JRC forty eight mile radar; E.P.I.R.B - type 1 (optional); two ICOM VHFs - all channels; ComNav GPS and Auto Pilot; Dell Computer with Nobeltec Admiral Satellite Navigation, Rudder angle indicator; Tank tender - all fluids; Hailer & intercom; five TVs; Cable TV, KVH Satellite TV system, phone and intercom throughout; three alarm systems.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 220V AC electrical system; John Deere electronic generator with two hundred hours; six D batteries with four separate battery chargers. All custom built electric panels and cabinets. Single phase, and emergency lighting.

DECK AND HULL: Steel deck; three HYD spuds; Bulbous bow; Coast Guard safety package; Freshwater and saltwater wash down system; Fenders with lines; Fortress anchor; Dual electric controlled Carlisle Fitch search lights; Navigation lights. Tinted tempered windows; two spot lights; swim platform large enough for two personal watercrafts; The cockpit has davits holding a twenty two foot dinghy, perfect for water sports.

MECHANICAL AND ENGINE EQUIPMENT: Bilge blower; two manual bilge pumps; John Deere bow thruster; Automatic, manual carbon dioxide fire control system; Acoustical, thermal insulation; Bridge hydraulic wheel steering and electric steering; Side wing controls with hydraulic steering