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1988 47 (ft.) DEFEVER POC Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 13401

Alton, IL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
POC Motor Yacht
47 (ft.)
Fuel Type

General Details

Twin 375 hp. CAT diesels; beautifully maintained, she sleeps 6 Owners and Guests in a three stateroom layout. Loaded Galley UP; full electronics package; bottom painted in 2006; Onan 15 kW. generator; A/C; newly installed bow thruster (2002); Halon fire suppression system; much more! See full specs for more details.

Additional Equipment


Builder: Defever


LOA: 47'

Beam: 16

Displacement: 43200

Draft: 4.8


Engine(s): Caterpillar

Engine(s) HP: 375


Fuel: 400

Water: 125


ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT: Sleeps 6 owners and guests in 3 staterooms. The master stateroom is aft with head, shower, tub and queen-size bed. There are 2 guest staterooms with 2 guest heads and showers. Galley Maid heads.


Galley UP; Princess 3 burner electric stove. Splendide 2000 washer/dryer; electric water heater; pressure water system; Black & Decker toaster oven/broiler mounted under cabinet; side by side new stainless sinks; good storage space; under cabinet lighting. Sub Zero refrigerator and Sub Zero freezer both built in. Raritan icemaker and stainless sink on aft deck.

Electronics and Navigational Equipment

GPS-Northstar 951X

VHF-Standard CMP567

Radar-Furuno 72 mile

GPS/Loran-Northstar 800

Speed, Depth, Temp- Sitex AVS107

Color Depth-Furuno

Hailer-Standard MP5 100

Autopilot-Robertson 200 on fly bridge

VHF-ICOM ICM58 fly bridge

SSBB-Icom IC-M700

GPS Nav-Furuno GP70

Electrical System

12 volt (DC); 210 volt/120 volt (AC); Onan 15 kW generator with 5 batteries, 1 4D & 4 8D; 40 amp Lewco automatic battery charger; Heat Interface Freedom Model 25 inverter/charger to run refrigerator and freezer without running the generator; heavy duty 90 amp alternators on both engines; 70’ 220 volt/50 amp shore power cable with Glendenning cable master retractor; spare pair of 110 volt/30 amp shore power cables; SVS dc voltage monitor with fault indicator; Remote Onan start/monitor stations in salon and on fly bridge.

Deck and Hull

Hull construction is of Knytex non-woven fiberglass with divinity cell sandwich construction for high strength to weight ratio; Fortress anchor with 200’ of chain and Maxwell Nil. Electric windlass; 2 spare anchors (1 Bruce and 1 plow style); bow pulpit with rails; fiberglass deck; navigation lights; electric controlled search light with remote; hull color is white; Fly bridge has custom fiberglass hardtop with full strata glass enclosure; hard enclosed air conditioned aft deck with wing doors. Marquipt Sea Stair with mounting brackets for port, str’b and stern entry and brackets for storage on bow rail; patio deck above aft deck with outdoor furniture; deck storage boxes forward and on bridge deck, rail covers, forward windshield covers; solar screens on windshield and aft enclosure; fenders and line; swim platform; swim ladder; transom shower with hot & cold water; 6 stainless fenders holders; Bennett trim tabs; RCA satellite TV dish system; dockside phone/cable TV cable; phone & TV wiring throughout amplified TV antenna.

Mechanical and Engine Room

4 Marineair reverse cycle A/C units. Built-in electric heaters throughout; Glendenning engine synchronizers; Racor fuel filter system on main engines and generator. Walker Air-Steps with spare filters; hydraulic steering; 2 bilge blowers; 5 automatic-bilge pumps; freshwater cooling system; 2 extra propellers; Golden Rods in engine room; 2 Electrosan sewage treatment units with holding tank; Hart Tank Tender monitoring system. Bow thruster newly installed in 2002.

Safety Equipment

Coast Guard safety package; Halon fire extinguisher system; 4-person Givens life raft package; First Alert Smoke detectors throughout; Nighthawk CO2 detector in master stateroom; Type 1 PFD life ring; EPIRB (emergency position indicating radio beacon); Typr ABC fire extinguishers throughout; Y-valve pump out from engine room in case bilge fails.


Bottom painted September 16, 2006’; Large Craftsman tool box stays