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Originally the 4 cabin charter version, this boat was converted into a three cabin boat with four heads and showers. The boat was brought up to Charleston from Miami, and the owner has only upgraded and maintained her. She is a very pretty and comfortable boat, and has proven to be a wonderful offshore boat. The hull has been repainted and bottom have been repainted, giving a blister-free bottom.
- Ballast: 10800 Displacement: 28660
- Fuel: 100 Fresh Water: 370 Holding: Yes
- This very spacious boat was originally a four cabin/four head charter version. The two master cabins were converted into a single large master with center-line queen berth. There are still two heads and two showers in the forward cabin. There are two double cabins aft, one each on port and starboard. Each double cabin has it's own head and shower. Two of the heads are electric. The large salon has a custom convertible table which may be raised or lowered according to the required size. The engine is very accessible in the center of the salon, and the cover may be completely removed. There are two A/C units to cool and heat the boat, one of which was new in May 2008. Large master suite with center-line queen Two heads and showers in master suite Sleepnumber mattress on queen berth Two double cabins aft Two heads and showers aft Reverse cycle A/C units - 2 X 16000 BTU Large convertible salon table Additional interchangeable smaller table U shaped salon to starboard
- The longitudinal galley to starboard opens up the salon, making it easier to move around, as well as include everyone in the conversation or activity. The Fridge and freezer are top loading, alongside each other, and keep perishables frozen or cold very efficiently. When not in use the top doubles as a navigation table, with the breaker panels above. Moving forward to starboard is the gimballed propane stove/oven. Just forward of the stove are two stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurized water. Just forward of the sinks is a dry goods storage locker. There are numerous lockers and drawers throughout the galley for storage. There is a trash can under the counter top toward the middle. Pressurized hot and cold water Manual water system Double stainless steel sinks Gimballed propane stove and oven Cold plate refrigeration Cold plate freezer Trash can Huge amount of storage for silverware and dinnerware Microwave
- The electronics on this boat combine to make it easy and safe to navigate the boat. Whether one is sailing around the harbor for the day, or making an extended passage to the islands, the boat can easily be handled by a cruising couple. The autopilot handles the vessel easily, and the GPS/Chartplotter is mounted in the cockpit at the port helm. Raymarine E120 GPS/Chartplotter Robertson Autopilot Icom VHF Horizon log Horizon depth 22' Flatscreen TV/DVD AM/FM/CD w/salon and cockpit speakers
- A/C 110 panel DC 12 volt panel 2 X 4D AGM Batteries - Sep '11 Heart inverter Battery selector switch 75 'Power cord 5 KW Westerbeke Generator
- The deck is extremely spacious and easy to move around. There are numerous hand holds and bars to allow one to move forward safely. There are two large hatches in the deck which open forward, as well as numerous portholes for light and ventilation. There are also numerous windows for additional light. The largest windows above the salon allow light in, but there is also a hatch slide which slides closed. Each hatch has a canvas cover, and has a shade from the interior. There are three lazarettes in the cockpit forward of the helm, two to port and one to starboard. Two of the lazarettes reach sole level and are large and spacious. There is an additional lazaratte in the port coaming, which is also where the A/C inlet and cable tv connection are located. The seat behind the twin helms lifts up allowing access to the quadrant.There is an outboard mount on the starboard pushpit, next to which is mounted the Magma BBQ. The cockpit is large and can comfortably seat 6 adults. There is additional space behind the twin helms. The cockpit table has folding leaves, and there is storage in the center for drinks or food. There is a locker situated under the starboard helm seat for two propane tanks. The transom has a sugar scoop, allowing for easy access to the boat when swimming or stepping out of a dinghy. There is a self-levelling backstay on which the radar is mounted. There are storage lockers recessed in the transom. There are granny bars located on either side of the mast to ensure one has safe access, as well as providing a platform to stand on. There are also two dorades located just forward of the bars to provide ventilation. The crew quarters are located forward of the main cabin bulkhead, and access is via a deck hatch. This provides for a large storage area, or may be used for crew. There are 2 berths, a head and sink in this forward area. There are stainles steel bars located on either side of the hatch to facilitate entry. The windlass is a Maxwell 2200 with two foot switches, and the chain leads directly down through a hawser. Stainless bow pulpit Stainless stern rail Stainless swim ladder Deck organizers to run lines to cockpit - 2008 New main halyard Mooring cleats (6) Bimini top w/ stainless bows Companionway dodger w/ stainless bows Dual helms Goit roller furling Aluminum deck stepped mast Full batten mainsail 2 reef points (07) Mainsail cover 2 X horseshoe liferings
- Total Power: 85 Cruising Speed: 6.5 Max Speed: 9
- 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.
- For further information please contact Glen Appelbaum at 843 813 3711