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General Information

Listing# 117110

Price
$1,450,000.00
Location
Miami, FL, United States
HIN
XDG76PO6J304
Manufacturer
PERSHING
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2004
Category
Motor Yachts
Model
76
Status
Used
Length
76 (ft.)
Beam
18.08
LOA
76
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
16V 2000
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1680

General Details

FREE SPIRIT is one of less than a handful of the fast and agile Pershing 76’s that made it to the USA. She is as impressive as it gets when it comes to speed & performance, wrapped in luxurious appointments and state of the art technology. Her full-time ex. Pershing corporate captain makes sure that all systems are maintained and the boat is ready to go on a moment’s notice. A full custom paint job in ’07 – ’08 coupled with the advanced design of Pershing separates FREE SPIRIT from the pack and other boats in this size & vintage. Easy to see in Miami…please call to schedule private appointment.

 

Specifications

New Equipment Added in 2011-2014 Overall Upgrades
          Carpet installed- 2011 4-Ocean LED Underwater Lights '11-'12 Algae-X Fuel Polishing (Cleaning) System '11-'12 Added 60,000 BTU AC at Dash Helm '11-'12 Added 18,000 BTU AC in Engine Room '11-'12 6 - Engine Room Light Fixtures '11-'12 Complete Cockpit and Saloon Windows Protected w/V-Kool, to Eliminate 99% UV Heat and Up to 10% of Temperature Inside '11-'`12 Exhaust risers and boxes'11-'12 Refigerator '11-'12 Miele Washer/ Dryer '11-'12  Watermakers Inc 900 GPD Watermaker '11-'12 Raw water manifold supply hoses for fire and bilge pumps '11-'12 Re-insulated chilled water supply hoses midship '11-'12 Repaint engine room & new carpet '11-'12 Black water pump '11-'12 Chilled water pump '11-'12 2000 Hr. Engine Service by RPM Diesel  Teak Decks '14 Fire Pump '14 A/C Chillers '14 Chilled Water Pump '14 Raw Water Pump '14 Bilge Pump
KEY FEATURES/OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Twin 16V2000 MTU with Areson Drives Generator 2/23KW Kohler Air Conditioning upgraded at helm & engine room Electric Adjustable Pilot/Co-Pilot Seat Blue Line MTU Electric Color Display Mooring Cleats on Swim Platform Dishwasher Electric Oven Isolation Transformer Fresh Water Outlet for Garage Cockpit Furniture w/Sink, Ice Maker LCD  32" TV - Salon 37" Sharp Aquos TV Master Stateroom Bose Lifestyle 35 System Master Stateroom Sharp 20" LCD TV VIP - Also has Bose DVD/CD/AM-FM Receiver 4400 AM/FM/CD - Port Cabin Samsung 22" LCD TV - Galley Stereo Galley AM/FM/CD - Forward Crew AM/FM/CD - Aft Crew Stained Teak Floors Custom Decor Coast Guard Package Teak Foldable Cockpit Table Opaque Helm Divider in Salon Shore Power Cord Full Fire Hoses Fore and Aft
Construction
HULL - Female molded construction with single-ply bottom, closed-cell PVC Core Sandwhich Sides; Vinylester Resin. Longitudinal and Transversal Stingers are polyurethane-cored. DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE: Female molded construction with closed-cell PVC core sandwhich. SCRIMP system vacuum infusion lamination with vinylester resin Main structural bulkheads and interior structural platforms (with the exception of the engine room) are a sandwhich construction laminated with "SCRIMP SYSTEM" vacuum infusion. The structural tanks for: fuel, fresh water, grey water and black water are laminated with vinylester resin. Areas of the deck such as: the bow area, the side walkways, the walk-on areas in the cockpit, the aft platform and steps are finished in teak selaed with black polymerised rubber. Other areas, according to the position, have a non-slip finish or a polished gel coat like the hull and the superstructure
Interior Compartments
VIP Stateroom VIP Bathroom Two Double Guest Cabins Guest Cabin Bathroom Galley/Dinette Master Suite "Ensuite" Bathroom Crew Cabins/Head Engine Room
Superstructure/Salon/Bridge
The fiberglass superstructure, with a polished gel coat exterior finishing, contains the salon and the helm station. The latter is made up of a fiberglass instrument dashboard with aluminum panels and matte carbon finishing for the navigational instruments of the engines and the appliances on board; storage space and housing for audio-video equipment on either side. The two seats at the helm stations are upholstered in leather, and fitted on a polished pear wood unit with two opening doors. The driver seat can be electrically adjusted, the co-pilot seat can be manually adjusted. This area is slightly elevated and has a matte polished teak strip floor. Between the helm station and the starboard door is the stairway leading down to the sleeping quarters, with natural teak steps and bulkheads in pear wood; completing the stairway, courtesy lights and wooden handrail complete with chrome end sections. Aft of the helm is the dining area, with elliptical steel and glass extensible table, seating for six and pear wood wall hutch for dishes, flatware, glasses and cups. On the starboard side of the salon, the well sized dinette is made up of a semicircular sofa with leather padding and a coffee table in satin-finished steel and toughened glass; accessorized by a fitted natural fiber rug. The adjacent pear wood cabinet houses a 60 liter/top opening stainless steel refrigerator. This area, besides having its own independent air conditioning system, also has a retractable 32" plasma TV with a remote controlled electric lifting system and a Hi-Fi (Digintal Home Cinema System) with amplifier for aft external waterproofed speakers. The bulkheads and the overhead are covered in a vinyl material, and lighting is provided by spotlights that are sunk into the overhead with dimmer. A part of the roof above the dinette can be opened electrically. The structural fiberglass floor in this area is in matte polished teak wood. Two aircraft style side doors with electric or manual opening mechanism give access to the teak deck. Aft of the salon, on the port side, there is a stairway with natural teak steps, fiberglass bulkheads and courtesy lights leading down the the galley/dinette, the crew cabins and the engine room. A door separates these rooms from the upper deck. Aft of the salon, a manually opening glass and stainless steel sliding door separates the interior from the exterior; it can be shaded with ivory roller curtains with electric movement. The side windows are in layered grey smoked glass as is the rear sliding door, whilst the front windshield is in layered transparent glass. The window portion aft of the side doors features beige sliding curtains. Outside, on the starboard side a fiberglass unti with anti-roll racks, provided inside hatchway that offers secondary access to the crew cabins and engine room as well as an emergency exit. In front of the sunbed is a fiberglass sofa with afterpeaks and smooth white vinyl cushions, a natural teak table and three chairs of anodized L.A. and canvas. The large sunbed with white vinyl cushions and headrest is located on the starboard side of the dinette. The outside dinette is illuminated by built-in overhead spotlights. The overhead also includes two watertight 80 W/DC loudspeakers with independent control. Underneath, the sunbed is the hangar with hydraulic opening for the tender. An electro-hydraulic telescopic davit with a capacity of 882 Lbs. is fitted to move the tender. The hangar is fitted with drains, fresh water outlets, watertight electrical outlet, and fixed waterproof lighting. The retractable gangway is housed under the port side stairs leading to the cockpit; on starboard side is a shower with pressure tap. Forward of the windshield is a large sunbed with white sky cushions. To the sides, along the side walkways, two afterpeaks for storing fenders and two life rafts are fitted.
Companionway to Sleeping Quarters
A companionway leads to the sleeping quarters. Excellent lighting is ensured by a skylight and various built-in spotlights; the overhead has transversal staves and the bulkheads are covered with off-white vinly material with occasional horizontal wooden slats. The structural fiberglass floor is carpeted in a way that harmonizes with the rest of the decor.
VIP Stateroom
Generously sized cabin with bulkheads upholstered in an off-white vinly material, with horizontal staves and a mirror at the fore bulkhead. The overhead has transversal staves and is upholstered in the same manner as the bulkheads, with built-in spotlights and a pear wood fascia around the perimeter. A double bunk is located at the center of the cabin, with vinyl-upholstered bed head, polished pear wood bed frame and drawers underneath. Bed Side cabinets on each side with polished pear wood shelves and reading lights. On the starboard side the locker room spreads out, with polished pear wood opening doors, inside with off-white vinyl fabric, shelf, shoe rack, clothes rack, interior lighting and inside mirror. On the starboard side vanity with leather ottoman and a TV cabinet at the bulkhead with 20" Sharp LCD TV. Daytime lighting is provided by two stainless steel and toughened glass portholes and a skylight with a port lid that can double up as an emergency exit. curtains are ivory venetien style blinds, and the spaves behind curtains are laminated. This stateroom is equipped with an independent single Bose DVD/CD/ AM-FM Stereo with two 30w DC satellite speakers, one 50w subwoofer and remote control. Structural fiberglass floors are carpeted. The vents and controls for the air conditioning are located so as to ensure easy handling and the best possible conditioning.
VIP Bathroom
The bulkheads and overheads are laminated. The ceramic wash basin rests on a transparent glass top, a polished pear wood cabinet underneath, with doors and a shelf; hanging locker with lacquered gloss finish doors and mirror in the porcelain wash closet. Matte polished teak strip floor. The overhead includes: and extractor fan with an independent switch and built-in chrome spotlights, and outlet coming from the air/CO system of the stateroom. Stainless steel portholes with toughened glass, laminated space behind curtains and ivory aluminum Venetian style blinds. Ample ivory fiberglass shower box with Plexiglass door and a stainless steel handle, light alloy shower column with object-holder and with single control mixer faucet and blower. There is a teak grill platform. Chrome faucets.
Guest Cabin Starboard Side
The guest cabin is located aft of the VIP stateroom, on the starboard side, with single bunks side by side and drawers underneath; bed frames in polished pear wood and bed head upholstered in vinyl fabric. Over the beds, internally laminated hanging shelf units run along part of the cabin perimeter, a locker with an upholstered vinyl fabric interior clothes rack, inside mirror and lighting. The doors on the units and lockers are in polished pear wood. Between the two beds is an anti-roll nightstand of polished pear wood and a reading light on each side. Day lighting in this cabin is guaranteed by two stainless steel and toughened glass portholes. Curtains are Venetian style blinds in ivory aluminum; lamintated spaces behind curtains. This stateroom is equipped with an independent single CD stereo system with two 30w DC Satellite speakers. Structural fiberglass floors are carpeted. The overhead has transversal staves, is upholstered in a vinyl material and has built-in spotlights. The vents and controls for the the air conditioning are located so as to ensure easy handling and the best possible conditioning.
Guest Cabin Port Side
Near the VIP bathroom the port side guest cabin is located with partially overlapping single beds, bed heads upholstered in vinyl fabric, drawers underneath and pear wood bed frames. The bulkheads are upholstered in an "off-white" vinyl fabric. Day lighting in these cabins is guaranteed by a stainless steel and toughened glass porthole. Curtains are Venetian style blinds in ivory aluminum with laminated space behind curtains. This stateroom is equipped with an independent single CD stereo system with two 30w DC satellite speakers. Structural fiberglass floors are carpeted. The overhead has transversal staves, is upholstered in a vinyl material and has built-in spotlights. The vents and controls for the air conditioning are located so as to ensure easy handling and the best possible conditioning.
Guest Cabin Bathroom
This cabin can be accessed both from the starboard guest cabin and the companionway. Ceramic wash basin resting on a transparent glass top, single control chrome pressure tap, polished pear wood cabinet underneath and hanging locker with lacquered gloss-finish doors and a mirror. Porcelain wash closet. The bulkheads and overheads are laminated. Matte polished teak strip floor. The spotlights, an outlet from the cabin air/CO system. Stainless steel portholes with toughened glass, laminated space ehind curtains and ivory aluminum Venetian style blinds. Ample ivory fiberglass shower box with Plexiglas door and stainless steel handle, light alloy shower column with object holder and chrome single control mixer faucet and blower. There is a teak grill platform.
Master Suite
The master suite spreads across the entire beam of the boat and extends considerable toward the fore end, occupying the most important part of the yacht. Where there are no mirrors, the walls are covered with ivory vinyl fabric with horizontal wooden slats. The overhead has staves upholstered in a vinyl fabric and the pear wood fascia around the perimeter is backlit. Three wall sconces and several ceiling lamps provide lighting. The aft bulkhead has a vanity with a pear wood top and steel and leather ottoman. Adjacent is a large leather corner sofa that stretches along the starboard side. At the fore bulkhead, on the starboard side, is an ample pear wood locker with courtesy light. It features a clothes rack, show rack, and mirror. Daylight is provided by means of a stainless steel and toughened glass porthole. Drawers and a 37" Sharp Aquos TV cabinet are positioned in front of the bed. Inside the port side cabinet are a built-in minibar and two compartments with shelves and anti-roll racks. The polished pear wood master bunk crosses diagnolly between the port bulkhead and the aft bulkhead; it has the bed head upholstered in vinyl fabric and front drawers. The lifting bed surface gives access to an ample compartments below. Two bedside cabinets at he sides of the bed have tops and drawers in polished pear wood and reading lights. The "brick size" safe with key lock is hidden in the starboard bedside cabinet. A few teak steps with pear wood rise, complete with courtesy lights, lead to the access landing for the head and companionway. This stateroom is equipped with Bose Lifestyle 35 System. There are two fixed windows and two stainless steel and toughened glass portholes for an excellent day lighting. Curtains are Venetian style blinds in ivory aluminum, with laminated space behind curtains. The structural fiberglass floor is carpeted in a way that harmonizes with the rest of the decor. The vents and controls for the air conditioning are located so as to ensure easy handling and the best possible conditioning.
Master Ensuite Bathroom
The landing leads to the large master head. At the bulkhead is an overhead locker with a lacquered gloss finish and a mirror. A cabinet with transparent glass top holds a ceramic wash basin and special anti-rol racks. The faucets and accessories in the bathroom are all in a chrome color. Porcelain water closet. The bulkheads are laminated, while the overhead has transversal staves, upholstered in a vinyl fabric; the floors are in teak strips with a matte polished finishing. Ample ivory fiberglass corner shower box with Plexiglas door and stainless steel handle, light alloy shower column with object-holder and with single control mixer faucet and blower. There is a teak grill platform. The overhead includes: and extractor fan with an independent switch and built-in chrome spotlights, an outlet from the air/CO system of the stateroom.
Galley/Dinette
The galley/dinette is accessed from the deck by means of a fiberglass spiral staircase with teak treads and courtesy lights. A stainless steel and glass porthole is located along the stairway. They galley work area is made up of a polished pear wood “L-shaped” cabinet and hanging lockers with aluminum and satin-finished glass. The counter surface is made of slatted wood. A triple corner sink of stainless steel including single control pressure tap with extractable blower and a four-ring ceramic glass hob are built into the counter. The overhead cabinet has a built-in stainless steel vent hood. An aired electrical oven with toughened glass and stainless steel front panel and a dishwasher are built-in, along with some anti-roll racks. A 106+53 gals. Fridge/freezer with built in icemaker is installed to the extreme left of the unit. The flooring consists of matt polished teak strips. Stainless steel and toughened glass porthole and space behind curtains in vinyl material and laminated. Curtains are Venetian style blinds in ivory aluminum. Next to the galley, the dinette comprises a sofa at bulwarks upholstered in fabric, a folding table of slatted wood at bulwarks, and two fabric ottomans. A large locker is built into the space under the stairs. The dinette area is also equipped with hanging shelf units of pear wood with aluminum and stain-finished glass doors. This room is equipped with a single CD AM/FM stereo system with two 100W speakers mounted in the stairwell column and a 22” LCD TV at bulkwarks. The structural fiberglass floor in this area is in matt polished teak wood strips. The bulkheads and the overhead are covered in a vinyl material. Lighting is provided by built-in spotlights. The vents and controls for the air conditioning are located so as to ensure easy handling and the best possible conditioning. Porcelain dinnerware & stainless cutlery for 12.
Crew Cabin/Head
The crew cabins may be accessed from either the galley/dinette or the cockpit by means of a hatchway and a ladder of stainless steel and teak. The fore cabin is fitted with single bunks over/under with afterpeak underneath, reading light and a locker with lacquered doors, clothes rack and internal light. The aft cabin features a single berth and a compartment holding a full, seperate washer-dryer. The bulkheads as well as the overhead are upholstered in an ivory vinyl fabric. Daylight is guaranteed in each cabin by a stainless steel and toughened glass porthole; overhead built-in spotlights. Fabric curtains are used and the space behind the blinds is laminated in ivory color. The doors are made of lacquered marine plywood. The structural fiberglass floors in the two cabins are covered with carpeting. Only the fore cabin has a car stereo single CD system with two 50 W independently controlled loudspeakers, while each cabin features an independent air/con system. There is a bathroom between the cabins with laminated bulkheads and overhead and built in spotlights. The sink unit has a travertine marble top, a mirror and a single control faucet; the fiberglass shower stall has a grilled platform, a shower curtain and a light alloy shower column with object-holder and single control extractable faucet and blower. The flooring consists of teak and fiberglass. The bathroom has a connection from the air/co system and an extractor fan with an independent control. The landing between the two cabins contain the steel-and teak ladder. The structural fiberglass floor is covered in matte polished teak wood. Special attention has been paid to the sound proofing of the side bulkheads, that will be built of a sandwich material with a closed cell core and a thermoprotective and sound absorbent material towards the engine room.
Engine Room
The engine room can be accessed through a watertight door in painted L. A. from the companionway for the crew quarters. It addition to the main engines and gen sets, this room also contains the air conditioning compressors, electric pumps, batteries, fresh water autoclave, automatic FM200 fire extinguisher system and all of the accessories relating to the propulsion units. Gen sets – 2 X 2 / 23 kw P-2275hr  S-3140hr The main engine exhaust manifolds are made of insulated stainless steel; fiberglass mufflers are located in the bulwarks. The gen sets have independent exhaust manifolds with mufflers and smoke/water separators. Air intakes are positioned in the bulwarks to provide air flow, with a remote closure system whilst the engine room blowers allow a continuous change of air. The lighting of this area is provided by watertight fixed explosion-proof neon lights. The bulkheads and overhead are covered with a sound absorbent fireproof closed cell material. All of the apparatus are labeled, as are the valves and manifolds to allow for easy identification. There is a watertight camera on the overhead connected with a 7” (16:9 LCD) monitor at the helm station, along with the sensors for the smoke alarm system.
Hygiene and Sanitation System
The fresh water tank is a structural fiberglass part of the boat. One autoclave with two pumps distributes the fresh water in order to provide a constant water pressure according to the appliance being used. The plant is provided with an outlet to distribute the fresh water directly from the dock. The yacht has two fiberglass tanks (one at bow and one in the engine room) for collecting the grey water and a stainless-steel tank for the black water; both have their respective manually controlled pumps for the outboard discharge. The WC system uses fresh water and is connected up to the black water tank with an electric/manual discharge system and a level alarm. A special discharge outlet is also positioned on the deck, for use in marinas where such a service is offered. The hot water is produced by two independent 220 V hot water heaters of 30 l. each. The hot and cold water distribution also runs to the fore locker and the outside transom shower. There are also two salt water outlets with ball gate valves on the deck for the fire extinguisher system. All of the sea intakes, whether direct or leading to a manifold, can be cut off by ball valves with basket filters and identification labels.
Bilge System
Bilge drainage is guaranteed by electric pumps with manual controls in the engine room connected up to a manifold with rapid closure valves that allow for suction in all of the various areas aboard. In case of need, it is possible to connect the drainage system up to a twin pump that is usually used as a fire-fighting pump. Each area of the bilge (bow and engine room) is fitted with a Rule 3800 immersed pump, and two automatic level sensors: the first triggers the pump and the second triggers an acoustic alarm. In the engine room there is a free drainage outlet with flexible tube. All of the gate valves are labeled for easy identification. Integrated into this system, the main engine sea water intakes are equipped with by pass valves that allow, in case of emergency, the engines themselves to discharge water from the engine room bilge.
Anti Corrosion and Cathodic Protection
The relevant metallic parts of the boat are connected together and with the zinc anodes; the zincs are installed near the immersed metallic parts. There are double zincs for added protection.
Electrical System
24 V service system: Utilizes regulation cables and is powered by 660 Amp/h lead batteries that are recharged by the port engine alternator or from three 80 Amp battery chargers powered by the generators or the shore power. Engine starter system: Utilizes regulation cables and is powered by two lead battery groups that are paralleled to provide a total of 480 Amp/h that are recharged from the starboard engine alternator or from the battery chargers. A battery paralleling system allows, by means of the service batteries, the main engines to be started up even when the engine starter batteries are low. 220 V 60 Hz system: Powered by two 23 Kw 60 Hz Kohler generators or from the shore power. The circuits powered by this system are: the battery chargers, the boiler, the various electrical outlets, the electrical appliances in the galley, the air conditioning and television/Hi-Fi systems. There is also a 12 V system that is used for the navigational equipment, stereo systems, and anything else that does not run on 24 V. The control panel for the appliances on board is located at the helm station and is equipped with toggle switches and digital gauges. The main power panel is located in the engine room and is fitted with circuit breakers and fuses. A secondary power panel, with circuit breakers, is installed in the galley to allow direct control of the various household appliances installed.  Isolation transformer.
Deck Equipment
Access to fore peak with double hatches and closure Access to hangar with double hatches and closure Signal mast in white painted L.A. “Bruce” 110 lb. main anchor with safety cable and coupling GPS antenna on signal shaft 8 ft 10 in. VHF and TV antenna Horn Outer rub rail in stainless steel D 1.6 in., stanchions D 1.2 in. Stainless steel mooring cleats middleship (2) Stainless steel mooring cleats, fore/aft (4) Stainless steel circular hatch with exterior handle Stainless steel gate Galvanised chaine for main D 0.6 in. 328 ft. 1 in. for main (1) 100 A power cable and plug Fuel shut off remote control Air vent closure and fire extinguisher system activation remote control Pivoting beam with electric control Aquascan Tender Tender hangar with hydraulic door Side lockers in trunk with closure Hydraulic telescopic davit at stern with 882 lb. capacity Sliding electric fiberglass hard top Chain wash Stainless steel Pershing logo on sides Navigation lights Watertight lights under transom (4) Handles to activate fire extinguishing system Stainless steel circular skylight Stainless steel fairleads with fixed rollers (2) (warp afterpeaks at stern) Telescopic extensible hideaway hydraulic gangway with remote control Three part sliding door in stainless steel and toughened layered glass Electric/Manual side doors (2) Fresh water outlet and shower with pressure tap in fore peak Fresh water outlet and shower with pressure tap in aft platform Fresh water outlet from dock with pressure regulator Stainless-steel aft pulpit D 1.4 in. h. 3.9 in. Stainless-steel rub-rail Single stainless-steel bow anchor roller with chocks Hydraulic retractable swim ladder in the platform Cradle and slings for tender Covers for windshield and side windows Closing lids for aft mooring lockers with lamps Black water discharge cap (1) Water filling cap (2) Windshield wipers and wash (2) Stainless-steel side handrails (2) Stainless-steel side handrails for platform ladder (1) 2000 W bow winch with watertight control panel Mooring winch 1200 W with foot controls (2) 12-V Cigarette lighter plug TV/Phone shore connection Self inflating rigid 8 person liferaft (2) Forward and Aft Sunbathing cushions Misc. lines and fenders
Electronics
  Autopilot X ST-7000 Plus RAYTHEON Log/Eco RAYTHEON Tridata indicator ST 60 Radar-Chartplotter – Northstar 6100R VHF Hailer: Icom M604 Electronic single lever controls with trolling valves LDC display monitor and security camera Engine control digital electronic LCD panels in Engine Room NVTI 300- I Night Vision
Engine and Navigational Instruments
Rudder angle (1) Compass with 6” High speed rose Rev counter/hour counter (2) Flap indicator (2) Trim indicator (2) Water level (1) Fuel level (1) Engine oil pressure (2) Transmission oil pressure (2) Engine water temperature (2) Transmission oil temperature (2) Steering wheel (1) Engine voltmeter (1) Service voltmeter (1) Odometer (1) Tiller control
Propulsion
The yacht is propelled by two MTU 16V 2000 M91 diesel engines of 2000 hp at 2350rpm each, coupled to two ZF 2555 reverse-reduction gears with a reduction ratio of 2,333:/1 and trolling valve.  Hydraulic pumps are coupled to the reduction gears for the Arneson steering system and the 24Kw bow thruster. In the event of main maneuvering system failures the boat is equipped with a secondary emergency steering system located in the cockpit. Propulsion is handled by two ASD 15 Arneson groups with hydraulic trim and steering. The yacht has 2 five-blade propellers in nickel-aluminum-bronze alloy.
Interior Building Materials
Air conditioning in all cabins and upper salon with independent controls for a total power of 120,000 btu's Complete motor yacht décor, including: carpets, venetian blinds, bed covers and mattresses as boatyard standard. Light dimmer in master suite, V.I.P. cabin and upper salon lights Set-in halogen lights, chrome colored Chrome door stops inside Interior hardware in satin-finish chrome Bathroom basins in white ceramic (fiberglass in crew bathroom) Cream edged carpeting (in cabins) Opening portholes in stainless steel and toughened glass with support hook Structural fiberglass floors Multilayered dividing bulkheads with phenolic adhesives Main structural bulkheads in SCRIMP (engine room, Master Cabin) Switch/outlet plates ivory/chrome/black Chrome lights Interior doors and frames in polished pear wood (excluded Crew Cabins) 110 V sockets (1 per room) GFI next to water Lockers internally upholstered with vinyl Internal locker covering Bathroom bulkheads and overheads laminated Laminated covering for spaces behind curtains Chrome faucets Venetian blinds in all rooms of the below-deck area Transparent glass wash basin tops (not including the crew cabins) Electric porcelain WCs running on fresh water in all bathrooms
Disclaimer
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.