ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT and INFORMATION:
Fiberglass. Self-bailing cockpit. White hull, blue boottop, black bottom and white deck
1986 Johnson and Towers 450hp twin diesel. Cable engine controls. According to the owner the engines are in good condition. Cruising speed of 20-24 mph.
640 gallon aluminum fuel tanks. 150 gallon water tank. 75 gallon holding tank.
12 volt starting system. 2500 watt inverter. Four batteries. Circuit breakered electrical panel and 50 amp shore power.
Two single and one queen berth. Two heads, two showers, galley sink, electric stove, freezer, pressure water system, dryer and air conditioning. Cabin sole is carpet with varnished joinerwork.
35 H Danforth anchor. 200' anchor chain.
Three electric bilge pumps and one manual. Two Halon fire extinguishers, bell horn, four life preservers, horseshoe ring, docking lines, four fenders, bow pulpit and dinghy.
Electronics and Navigation
Compass, VHF Apelco 5160, Ray 3604 Radar, Robertson auto pilot, Northstar 952X GPS, DataMarine depth sounder and AM/FM radio.
Black Eagle is absolutely the finest mid eighties 46 Post sport fish available on the market. This one owner boat has been professionally maintained by a very knowledgeable yachtsman. It has had only seasonal use in Maine and stored in heated storage every winter since new. It has never been fished and it has a very unique and beautifully maintained varnished aft bulkhead and cockpit cover boards. The interior has had updating and is in excellent condition. Exterior surfaces still hold their luster and show well. The tender is a stored on deck with a davit. The engines and equipment have had regular and preventative maintenance performed as required and in anticipation of issues. Owner still loves the boat but looking to downsize to an express style cruiser. This is a MUST SEE to appreciate. This boat is seriously for sale.
All offers considered.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.