Perfect, pristeen, immaculate, incredible, classic, timeless all come to mind when trying to describe this 46 Constellation! The timeless beauty and classic styling of this fabulous Flush Deck Motor Yacht is only enhanced by the meticulous owners attention to detail and open check book policy in keeping her up to date and ship shape! Just applied 10 Coats of Varnish completed on 5/22/10. Check out the extensive list of upgrades and the many photographs and then schedule an appointment to see this impressive yacht!
Boat Name Diversion Specs Builder: Chris-Craft Dimensions LOA: 46 ft 0 in Beam: 15 ft 3 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in Engines Engine Brand: Detroit Engine Model: 6-71 TI Cruising Speed: 13 mph Maximum Speed: 18 mph Dimensions Displacement: 54000 Engines Total Power: 410 Tanks Fuel: 500 Fresh Water: 200 Holding: 38 Accommodations Spacious accomodations will sleep 10 or more family members or three unrelated couples, while providing plenty of room to relax and unwind in the upper or lower salon. Upper Salon (Main) Futon with upholstered cushions - sleeps two Two (2) stuffed chairs with corduroy covers Two wooden tables 1 @ 14" x 30" x 24"h & 1 @ 14" x 20" x 20"h One swivel helm stool with back Two wall mounted brass lamps Solid teak (not laminate) parquet flooring Flat screen TV, DVD player (note, the teak cabinet was hand man by the boat’s owner and is his personal property to be removed by the owner) Oriental rugs are the separate personal property of the owner and are to be removed by owner Lower Salon Convertible sofa - sleeps two Dinette table Voluminous storage under dinette seats One straight chair with arms, blue cushion One wooden table @ 14" x 20" x 20" h Two wall mounted brass lamps Solid teak (not laminate) parquet flooring Wall mounted ship’s clock Wall mounted navigation chart on forward bulkhead Large wall mounted picture on aft bulkhead Oriental rugs are the separate personal property of the owner and are to be removed by owner Small framed pictures and framed blazer patches are personal to the owner Galley Huge, fully equipped galley provides enormous cabinet storage and plenty of counter space to prep sandwiches or gourmet dinners for your guests! GE Spacemaker microwave Frigidaire dishwasher Gally Maid Empress oven & 3 burner cook top GE full size side by side refrigerator/freezer Microbial water filter on sink’s “cold” water side - for drinking, cooking, & coffee Generic full house water filter, hot & cold “Insinkerator” brand 3/4 HP super quiet disposal - new in 2008 12 gallon hot water heater Electronics & Electrical You will never have to worry about keeping cool or warm with this yacht! 2 50 amp shore power cords provide enough power to run all the ac's and the dryer at the same time! Always cool inside this beautiful yacht, while your neighbors are complaining about the heat, because they only have 50 amps coming in! Complete electronics package at both the lower helm and the flybridge provides perfect cruising opportunities regardless of the weather. Two Garmin 3010C chartplotters (lower helm station and flybridge) networked with a Garmin black box sounder; new in 2006, reconditioned gratis by Garmin in 2008 to overcome moisture related design flaw - internal software updated October 2009 Garmin depth sounder - see above DataMarine depth sounder - lower helm station and flybridge Robertson Autopilot which communicates with the Garmin system and the Furuno radar (serves also as rudder angle indicator) Fluxgate compass 120 v 60Hz DC to AC inverter Davis Weather Wizard III - internal/external temperature sensors, anemometer, wind vane Furuno open array radar - 36 miles DC and AC interior lighting Bow mounted dock lights Eyebrow mounted Guess searchlight with remote control Onan 15KW gen set(475 hours) - new replacements within the recent four years: starter, glow plugs, fuel pump, water pump, “run” solenoid, various control springs, thru-hull sea-cock (polycarbonate) in 2007 - isolated, 4D generator starter battery replaced in October 2009 Racor filter and engine mounted “primary” and “secondary” fuel filters were changed in October 2009 100 AMP shore power service connections are on the port and on the starboard sides of the boat adjacent to the exterior entry ways - each side of the boat has a 250V 50A connector and a 125V 50A connector; the service is controlled by switches on the AC panel on the port side of the lower salon behind cabinet doors 50 AMP 250 shore power cable 50 AMP 125 shore power cable KVH TracVision 4 DirecTV stabilized antenna mounted on custom fabricated anodized aluminum structure to avoid radar interference - The Weather Channel and football games always available! SONY stereo receiver and DVD/CD player wired to speakers throughout the boat’s interior and to the flybridge - each speaker pair has its own volume control. A switching system permits broadcasting DirecTV sound (Fox Business News, CNBC, Weather Channel, etc) and iPod sound sources throughout the boat, including to the flybridge, to stay in contact with the outside world and to your inner soul while cruising (Note - DirecTV service is not transferrable and must be subscribed to and a replacement receiver acquired) Staterooms A full beam master is aft with huge walk in closets, the VIP stateroom is forward, featuring double berth and single bunk up top, while the 3rd stateroom or office is aft and forward of the master and provides and incredible office area while easily accomodating 2 adults in a fold down berth. Master Stateroom Two spacious lockers which accommodate several seasons of hanging garments Capacious drawer storage Queen sized “island” bed Ample reading lights Flat screen TV, DVD player VIP Stateroom Two built-in bunk beds with mattresses - sleeps two adults or maybe three, or four small grandchildren for sure Corded lamp; small fan for air circulation Ample storage in drawers and in a cubicle accessible from upper bunk and in a large compartment under the lower mattress 3rd Stateroom/Office Desk with knee hole/space Ample lighting & receptacles Locker for hanging garments Sofa which converts to a slightly-larger-than single bed, with mattress Pullman type upper bunk which lowers for sleeping - with single size mattress Flybridge Spacious flybridge provides plenty of extra room for guest and friends to enjoy while crusing to your next destination. Bimini and console cover - new canvas in November 2008 Two swivel pedestal chairs - wooden components were rebuilt and the seats were recovered in 2007 with removable canvas covers Four stackable chairs One table DC powered Am/FM radio CD player mounted inside port side eyebrow door with remote speakers Compass Two throwable life rings each with 50 foot polypropylene line Wall to wall Dri-Dek flooring panels Fuel and operating gauges, indicators, and control duplicative of lower helm station Propulsion The Detroit 6-71TI's have been maintained by a very knowledgeable owner and maintenence records are available. Engines Twin Detroit/Allison/General Motors 6-71 in-line Covington modified, turbo inner-cooled engines. Note, Covington remains in business in several cities in North Carolina and is a source of information and parts. Detroit “factory service” businesses populate the US The port engine was rebuilt in 2006. The starboard engine was rebuilt in or around 2003 (by a previous owner) The starboard engine’s injectors were serviced, adjusted, etc. in November 2009 (as in “run the overhead”) and the heat exchange aspect of the starboard after-cooler was replaced as were all related gaskets and the port turbo charger was serviced at that time Port and starboard turbo-mounted baffle/mufflers were replaced in 2007 with stainless steel devices produced by the original equipment manufacturer under special purchase order of the boat owner Walker AirSeps are in place on each engine - new cone filters were installed October 2009 Raycors - On each of the fuel supply lines to each propulsion engine and the genset - Filters were replaced in October 2009 Secondary (engine mounted) fuel filters were replaced in October 2009 All rubber hoses and hose clamps were replaced in October 2004 Four new 8D starter batteries installed November 2008 “Crossover” parallel, battery switches facilitate starting if one battery bank fails Engine temperature and oil pressure alarms Glendinning engine synchronizer Maintenence ReversCo oil change system - propulsion engines & genset - oil and filters have been regularly changed at 100 hour intervals Detailed maintenance records from October 2004 and partial records from prior years are on board - the ownership record reports ownership back to date of manufacture. The steerage linkages and related support structures were improved in 2007 by rebuilding the support structures and re-working the assemblies to overcome apparent original design deficiencies Personal Belongings The oriental rugs, custom teak cabinet shown in the photographs are not included with the sale of "Diversion" but are subject to negotiation. The small framed pictures and framed blazer patches are personal items and will not convey. Additional Information Additional information relating to the equipment and comfort of "Diversion": Fuel and Water Storage Two 50 gallon diesel fuel “saddle” storage tanks Two 200 gallon main diesel fuel storage tanks Fuel treatment with biocide consistently used Fuel flow (with crossover) manifold valves Fuel treatment with biocide consistently used House water - 160 gallons - for general use while cruising and for toilets Dingy Davits In storage are the Chris Craft original equipment structural steel dinghy davits (not presently installed) which are through-bolt mountable on the stern where now are mounted two supplemental dock line cleats on teak sub-plates Marquipt Boarding Ladder - To facilitate access while cruising, a Marquipt floating-dock boarding ladder with wheels and hand railing are stowed on the port side safety railing. Ground tackle Fortress (tm) 55 FX (oversized) anchor attached to ten feet of 7/16" stainless steel chain followed by twenty feet of 3/8" galvanized chain and thereafter 300 feet of 5/8" nylon anchor rode are stowed in the rode locker - accessible through the forward shower stall A DC powered Ideal Windless facilitates deploying and retrieving the ground tackle. Foot-pedal/switches are accessible at the bow on the bow pulpit to operate the windlass. Fuses and switches were replaced in August 2009 Fenders Six fenders help protect the hull from contact with piers 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.