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1986 48 (ft.) OFFSHORE Flybridge Sedan

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General Information

Listing# 123829

Price
$174,900.00
Location
Santa Cruz, CA, United States
Manufacturer
OFFSHORE
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1986
Year Built
1986
Category
Cruisers
Designer
William Crealock/Owner
Model
Flybridge Sedan
Status
Used
Length
48 (ft.)
Beam
15'6"
LOA
48'3"
Displacement
39000
Cruising Speed
12
Max Speed
18
Fuel Capacity
680
Water Capacity
300
Deck Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Fuel Tank Material
Cummins
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
VT-555M fwc, 8-Cyl. turbo
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
640
Engine Hours
4289

General Details

Ocean Pearl, an exceptionally clean and well constructed one-owner motor yacht, was designed by William Crealock and also by the owner himself. The result is an attractive, functional ocean-going vessel of the highest quality, comfort and safety. With little use during the last several years but lovingly looked after and kept up (hauled 2011, engine serviced 2012), she presents real value for the discerning yachtsman who appreciates a seaworthy powerboat of world class stature.

Shown by appointment to serious buyers. A reaonable offer will be considered!

Additional Equipment

Accommodations

Master stateroom forward with queen size island bed, shelves, bookcases port and starboard

Four drawers under the bunk

Full hanging locker, vanity and bureau

Enclosed head starboard with shower stall

Guest cabin across the way with two berths, locker and vanity

Main salon up with main steering station to starboard and full instrument panel

Table, folding chairs, rattan chairs, rattan stools

L-shaped full galley across the way

Main salon aft with L-shaped settee

Teak trim and cabinetry throughout the interior

Teak and holly sole

Vanished teak bulkheads

Vinyl overhead

Full set of berth cushions

Seat cushions on flybridge

 Galley

Formica countertop, drawer storage, pantry, overhead lights, forced ventilation, teak cabinets, glass holders, full galley gear

S/S sink and under-sink locker

Pressure hot/cold water system

Princess 3-burner propane stove/oven

Norcold AC/DC refrigerators (two)

U-Line ice maker

Nutone food processor and microwave oven

 Electrical

AC/DC systems

Two Trojan deep cycle 6D batteries for engine start

Two Trojan deep cycle 6D batteries for house bank

Group 27 battery for auxiliary generator start

Westerbeke diesel generator, model 8.OBTD-614, 3-cyl.

Two alternators: McCarron 1002062DB and Lewco 1240 ACD

Interior lights

Batterycharger

Marinco shore power cord

Four Rule 2000 12v/DC automatic electric bilge pumps

Nilson Maxwell electric windlass with line and chain gypsy, foot switch activated from foredeck or pilothouse

All USCG required navigation lights

Search light

Three electric windshield wipers

Cannon electric downrigger

Ventilation blowers

AC electric cabin heaters

Electronics/Navigation

Ritchie and Danforth Constellation compasses

Garmin navigation system

Trimble navigator NT1000 GPS

Furuno FCV582 video depth sounder plus second Furuno depth sounder

Echotech chart line chart plotter

ICOM VHF all channel radio (two)

ICOM single side band transceiver

Sitex automatic radio direction finder

Robertson Simrad autopilot (2006)

Furuno radar, cockpit display

Standard Spectrum VHF all channel radio

Sum knot/log

Full set of coastal charts

Plotting tools

Intercom

Deck/Hull/Keel

Three inline ventilation cowls

S/S capped rub rails

Flat transom boarding gate

Fiberglass swim step with s/s ladder

Full keel with moderate draft

All fiberglass hull decked over with teak swept deck

Fore and aft side decks allowing complete walk around the pilot house

Three windows in pilot house, starboard sliding weather door and rectangular side windows

Four side opening ports in lower stateroom trunk and four ventilation hatches on top

Cockpit surrounded by padded coaming

Flybridge with fiberglass radar arch, supporting radar, VHF, navigational antennas and navigation lights plus courtesy lights

S/S pipe lifting davit for dinghy, mounted on flybridge with electric motor

One-piece fiberglass hull construction

Exterior bulkheads surrounded by varnished teak trim

Forward molded anchor platform

Three steering stations: flybridge, enclosed pilot house, aft deck/cockpit

Hyanautic hydraulic wheel steering

Bronze thru-hull fittings with shut-off valves

Cockpit shower wand

Bait well and pump

Engel s/s bait freezer

Additional

Engine compartment under main cabin sole, readily accessible by removable sole hatches or from forward or aft engine room doors

Full sound proof insulation, overhead lighting, forced air ventilation, and and Fire Boy Halon 1301 40 lb. automatic fire suppression system in engine compartment

Avon Rover inflatable dinghy R310-RIB with Mercury 4 hp outboard motor, gas tank and oars

Dry Air dehumidifier

Bruce 50 kg. anchor with 300’ of galvanized 7/8” chain and 125’ of 3-strand nylon line

Danforth 22H anchor with 35’ of 3/8” chain and 250’ of ¾” braided line

25 lb. grappling hook with chain and line

Hendersonmanual bilge pump

Marinco phone cord and jack

Ship’s telephone

EPIRB, Satellite 406

USCG approved safety equipment, including life jackets, throw ring, fire extinguishers and sounding devices

Bennett trim tabs

Fenders and boat hooks

Large ice chest

Miscellaneous fishing gear

Miscellaneous boat gear

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.