- 33 (ft.)
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- QSB common-rail
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Ambush is a the second L&H owned by this seller and he custom spec'd this build. This boat has stayed in the Northeast for the past several years and has been indoor stored during the winters. This boat is ideally rigged for Northeast fishing. In 2012 the boat had a cosmetic detail period prior to seasonal launch that sharpened it up to near perfection. These are remarkably practical fishing boats and this one in particular is in excellent shape, turn-key in all respects.
- Down the steps from the helm deck is the cabin area with a V-berth forward and storage beneath. Cleanly finished in white epoxy paint with Sunbrella canvas cushions for the berth which also has a filler section. The cabin has A/C or reverse-cycle heat, this unit was upgraded October 2011 and now also has a digital thermostat. The galley area is starboard with a microwave oven, sink, water system (plus Insta-hot water tap) and Stereo system w/ CD & Sirius Sat radio. There is also a Ram-Mic Vhf radio here. Port side has the electric head and hanging storage area (new LectraSan system 6/12). The electrical panel is located on the aft wall. White powder coated grabrails assist your access. The two-piece fiberglass cabin door can be removed from it's hinges if desired.
- Deck Equipment
- The helm deck layout is a center console with bench seating to either side. The benches have white vinyl cushions that are stored inside the cabin and are in excellent condition. The benches have varnished teak trim edging to compliment the bright teak cap rail around the helm deck and the teak helm pod. On the forward side of the helm pod is a handy fold up table which when in the lowered position is secure and tucked away. The bridge deck has a track-to-track EZ2CY enclosure that is "tailor fit" and in excellent condition. Beneath the bench seating is storage and a refrigerated drink box. Forward of the helm console is a deck hatch allowing drop down access to the pump area and engine room. For more complete access to the engine compartment the bridge deck just aft of the helm rises on an electric ram lift with switch in the cockpit under the coverboard. This hatch is used primarily to provide better access during maintenance periods, all daily checks are easily conducted by entering engine compartment from the forward hatch. The helm pod is classic custom boat, varished teak with chrome single levers (Glendinning controls) and a chrome and glass bezel instrument panel with analog gauges and a chrome helm wheel. There is a Murray Bros. teak ladderback helm seat which goes with the boat, but most of the time a cushion-covered teak barstool helmseat is used. Just forward of the helm in the insturment box is a SmartCraft digital engine display, indicator panel for the Glendinning controls, trim tab levers, switches for running/anchor/courtesy lighting etc. A Ritchie magnetic compass is just above and this box has a removable clear plexiglass storage cover. The marlin tower was built by High Seas Fabrication in Stuart and incorporates a hardtop that has hanging rod storage beneath, lighting and flush-mounted pancake-style teaser reels. The aft truss giving additional support to the tower is also a great overhead grabrail, plus the hardtop extends aft enough to offer the helmsman some additional shelter. Running lights are molded into the hardtop and a 4-man Revere SOLAS emergency liftraft (new re-cert 2012) is mounted above in an aluminum rack with hydro-static release mechanism. There is also an ACR 406Mhz EPIRB on the hardtop with auto deploy. The tower helm has a padded bellyband & bench seat with a backrest on the buggy top supports. The top is fiberglass and has 2 molded spreader lights directed to the cockpit. Full walkaround decks without any steps - fisherman's ideal platform. Cockpit scuppers drain overboard. Foredeck has an top opening anchor locker with Fortress and rode (600' with 30' chain lead). Two bow cleats with quarter line chocks and a center chock for anchoring. There are fitted white vinyl covers for both helms and chairs.
- Electrical System
- Onan 5Kw generator in soundbox enclosure (1150 hrs 9-6-12) Odyssey batteries with shutoff switches and charger 30amp shorepower inlet and cord Cruiseair A/C (new up-sized unit 10/11) & refrigeration with digital set thermostats for boxes
- Furuno NavNet vx2 with 64-mile radar, recording depth sounder, GPS/Chartplotter and Siriussat weather. There is a 10.4" display in the center helm console and a 7" display in he overhead radio box. There is also a Furuno RD-30 digital readout display and a Furuno Autopilot. A Standard/Horizon Vhf radio w/ DSC and a ACR spotlight control complete the radio box. In the tower station is another 7" NavNet network display, autopilot remote, stereo system remote panel and spotlight remote plus a second Standard Horizon Vhf radio. The tower Vhf has a Ram-Mic plug at the lower helm instrument box and there is also a stereo system remote panel there. Tower helm is fully functioning including trim tabs, start/stops, horn, etc. Antennas are Shakespeare with Rupp standoffs.
- Fishing Equipment
- Rupp single-spreader outriggers with collapsible/lowering backbars Rupp center rigger16 swivel rod holders mounted in gunwales (FBG reinforced) utilizing full walk-around decks One-piece swing open transom door with keeper latch Large 5' refrigerated underdeck fish box just inside door with mascerator pumpout Scopinich teak 4-place rocket launcher on large chrome stanchion Transom live-well with refrigeration (option to be used as drink box, fish box or freezer) Underdeck live-well Two rod holders on each tower leg, plus two up towards tower Flush mounts for 2 cockpit sailfish chairs Teaser reels (Birdsall) mounted under hardtop All deck hatches are guttered and drained with spring keepers when opened
- Hull is SeaFoam green with white topsides and non-skid decks There is a varnished teak toe rail and cap rail Underwater lights Dark green boot stripe and bottom paint Flush mounted tranducer 4-bladed Nibral props
- Mechanical Equipment
- Cummins 380hp QSB common-rail diesels Engine room vents are on bridge deck sides, inside the walk-around Racor fuel filters with pressure gauges Faired and finished engine compartment with florescent lighting Teleflex hydraulic steering Glendinning controls have a backup processor at the lower helm - tower control binacle is the chrome two handle model with buttons on the base Trolling valves work within the Glendinning functions These engines run quiet and with virtually no smoke - a very notable upgrade The digital thermostats for fishbox and transom box (both heavily insulated) allows either to be used as a freezer. These thermostats can be set to whatever temp is needed for the compartment use.
- Tools, fishing tackle, handheld electonics, electronic chart chips, and white rocket launcher in one of the photos (will be substituted for teak Scopinich rocket launcher).
- Gilman Yachts of Fort Lauderdale, Inc. 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.
- 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.
- This is a listing of Joe Majcherek from Gilman Yachts of Ft. Lauderdale, Inc. For further details, 561-346-2367 cell, 954-525-8112 office or email email@example.com