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This well maintained and updated 1990 Californian 45 is now on the market at a reasonable asking price. The owner’s change in plans makes this turn-key, quality yacht available for her next owner's adventures. A detailed list of general work and upgrades over the last three years is included with this listing and makes SIROCCO ready to go cruising. Featuring the upgraded 32085TA Caterpillars, satellite TV, new flat screen TV's, RIB tender with Davit system, new inverter and new generator installed in 2012, and much more.
SIROCCO was purchased by her current owners in June 2010 with plans to do the Great Loop. The boat had been located at Regatta Point Marine in Deltaville, VA (Chesapeake Bay) for the 3 years prior to that. From 2000 to 2007 she was located in Cincinnati, OH. After purchased by the current owners, the boat was moved to the Neuse River in NC for retro-fit. She started her move north and departed via the Intracoastal Waterway in May of 2011. She wintered 2011 in heated storage at Winter Harbor, Brewerton, NY. In the spring of 2012 she continued with a trip through the Great Lakes ending at Irish Harbor Springs, MI where she is currently stored in a heated facility.
The owner is extremely motivated and will entertain all reasonable offers.
- The aft deck has a hard top and is fully enclosed with removable 40 gauge Strata glass that was new in 2011. White wicker furniture adorns her carpeted deck. A boarding ladder/plank is stored on the port railing with additional hooks for line storage. There is a varnished wood entertainment center with sink, counter top, refrigerator/ice-maker and storage. Above the center is a wood trimmed, enclosed nook which houses a flat-screen TV. A boarding gate is on the transom with a stainless ladder leading to the swim platform, there is also a stainless swim ladder on the platform. Wooden doors with tinted glass lead forward to the side decks on either side, an etched glass door leads below to the main saloon, and a stainless ladder with wooden steps takes you up through the companionway to the bridge deck and helm. The companionway has a sliding hatch and hinged wooden hatch boards. On the roof of the aft deck is a 2009 Zodiac 310 RIB secured to her chocks, an electric davit system makes launching and retrieving a breeze. The bridge deck is also fully enclosed with a radar arch, Stamoid canvas bimini, and 40 gauge Strata glass that was new in 2011. The bow deck cushions are stored here along with safety equipment and extra parts. There is an L-shaped seat to starboard and storage to port. Two pedestal pilot seats are adjustable, comfortable and provide a commanding 360 degree view. The helm station features updated electronics, engine controls, gauges and switches. The custom glass etched door leads to the main saloon which is open, airy with plenty of natural light and ventilation. To starboard is an L-shaped settee with comfortable cushions and throw pillows. Forward of the settee are teak cabinets that house the electrical panel and storage designated for glassware and bottle storage. Aft of the settee is a large, framed mirror, wall lamp and counter-top display area. To the port side and forward is a 32" flat-screen TV/DVD player and a built in wine cooler that were both new in 2010. Along the port side is storage for the entertainment center which boast a CD player that will hold 300 of your favorite CD's. The entertainment center also has the amp, AM/FM receiver, KVH satellite TV system, regulated power supply and custom vent fans to keep the whole system cool. The system is also wired for Direct TV. Aft are more cabinets for storage and a full length counter-top. A leather, swivel chair with matching ottoman makes for a great place to enjoy a book or watch TV. Stairs lead down to the forward galley with the main galley to port and dinette to starboard. The galley is a chefs dream with a full size 16.6 cu ft. refrigerator that was new in 2010, a Sharp Carousel II Microwave/Convection oven, Origo 4-burner electric cook-top, toaster oven, coffee maker, dual basin stainless sinks, ample storage and a teak parquet floor. The “U” shaped dinette seats 4 comfortably with new cushions in 2011. The forward stateroom is tastefully decorated. A large walk-around island queen berth will make your guest feel right at home. A large cedar lined hanging locker and drawers provide ample storage. Port holes, an overhead hatch, large framed mirror, and direct and indirect lighting make it a very bright and open atmosphere. The forward head is to port and opens to the forward stateroom. It features a vanity, stall shower with glass doors, storage and electric MSD toilet. Heading aft and down the stairs to port in the main salon is the full width master stateroom . On the stairs and to port is an enclosed front loading Comb-O-Matic washer/dryer. Cabinets to starboard house the battery switches and central vacuum system. The master has a queen sized berth and lots of beautiful wood paneling and trim. To port is large cedar-lined storage locker with drawers behind the doors, shelving and a full height hanging closet with mirrored doors. To starboard is another tall hanging closet with a make-up counter and storage. More indirect, direct lighting, opening ports and windows make the room feel bright and open. A private entertainment center features a 26" flat-screen TV that was new in 2012 along with a DVD player and hook-up for satellite TV. The master head with electric toilet is forward and to starboard, it has a shower combined with a tub and glass enclosure. A large vanity with sink and again, plenty of storage. The engine room is accessed under the stairs leading down to the galley. It provides ample room to move about, making it easy to inspect and service the engines, filters and batteries. Wing tanks offer 90 gallons each of usable fuel, while the main 293 gallon center tank is aft under the master berth. Forward of the starboard engine is the 12 KW Beta Marine generator that was new in May of 2012. This is easily accessible and sound insulated with a GSI Soft sided enclosure.
- The galley is down and offers an excellent food preparation area that will please any onboard chef. Double stainless steel sinks with faucet and sprayer GE full size refrigerator/freezer Sharp Carousel II microwave/convection oven Origo 4 burner electric stove top Delonghi toaster oven Coffee maker Ample storage cabinets and drawers Teak parquet flooring in galley
- Maxwell electric windlass at bow with foot and helm switches Bow pulpit with stainless steel rollers Primary anchor 75 lb. plow with 200' of chain Secondary anchor is 45 lb. plow with line Raw water anchor washdown system at bow Stainless steel stanchions and life lines Port and Starboard boarding gates Swim platform with stainless steel swim ladder and boarding ladder Full aft deck and bridge enclosures with Sunbrella and Strataglass Radar arch with electronics attached Port and starboard wing doors from aft deck to side decks 2009 Zodiac 310 RIB w/Evinrude 15 hp engine and canvas cover Marquipt 600 lb. davit system 2 sets of fenders and plenty of dock lines Stainless BBQ propane grill mounted at stern Anchor snubber system
- Furuno 1830 48 mile radar Icom IC-M126DSC VHF radio Robertson AP200DL Autopilot Northstar 6000i GPS/plotter Garmin Fishfinder 400C sounder Remote controlled spotlight Standard Horizon VHF radio with DSC Ritchie Powerdamp compass Northstar 952X GPS/plotter (used as back-up with multiple chips) Panel, navigation, courtesy and docking lights Windlass controls at helm Standard Horizon Loud Hailer VLH-3000 with intercom
- 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power with distribution panel and breakers 50 Amp power with bow and stern connections and 50 Amp cords and adapters 30 Amp power connections if needed Mastervolt 2800 watt inverter system with dual chargers (100 amp & 50 amp) System capacity is 975 amp hours using 5 Northstar AGM batteries, system new in 2011 Pro Start 20 dual bank battery charger Multiple battery banks including house, generator, motors and a bank dedicated to the inverter Marine reverse cycle air conditioning with heat and electronic controls Nutone central vacuum system Comb-O-Matic 2000 washer and dryer 12 KW Beta Marine generator, new in 2012 with new soft side enclosure
- 435 hp Caterpillar turbo-charged diesels provide reliable, proven performance, and offer the option for more speed than the standard engines. Both have approximately the same engine hours and have had no known problems. Routine maintenance has always been completed to the best of the seller’s knowledge. This includes all zincs to schedule. Current engine hours are a little over 3400 on both engines. Information from the prior owner shows that the injectors were replaced at 2500 hours, after coolers and turbo units disassembled, cleaned and reinstalled with all new gaskets in June 2006. August 2010 both alternators were replaced with high amp hour output units. December 2011 Mechanic went over both engines. Replaced pulleys, belts, impellers and raw water pumps. May 2012 replaced both 8D engine start batteries. September 2012 Prior to storage, oil and filters were changed. Fuel system is normally done at spring launch. Flowscans for each engine Bennett hydraulic trim tabs Oil exchanging system Hynautic hydraulic steering Hynautic hydraulic engine control Glendinning synchronizer Fireboy fire suppression system 30x30 Nibral props Stainless steel shafts with dripless shaft logs
- Winter 2009-2010 Radar arch removed, stripped, repainted and remounted. Winter 2009-2010 Front windows re-anodized and remounted with new seals. March 2010 the forward Bomar hatch was replaced. March 2010 new exterior carpet was installed. May 2010 Replaced cutlass bearings on both shafts. July 2010 replaced most of the sanitary pipes in the system. August 2010 Replaced galley refrigerator, full size 16.6 cu ft. August 2010 Replaced drapes and re-upholstered valances. November 2010 Re-upholstered galley dinette cushions. November 2010 Installed wine refrigerator in main saloon. November 2010 Installed 32" flat screen TV in main saloon. November 2010 Installed muffin vent fans in entertainment equipment space. November 2010 Installed raw water wash down system. November 2010 Installed 19" flat screen TV on aft deck. February 2011 Replaced central vacuum unit March 2011 Installed new Mastervolt 2800 watt inverter system with dual chargers (100 amp & 50 amp). System capacity is 975 amp hours using 5 Northstar AGM batteries. New isolator system allows these batteries to be charged by any available source (chargers, alternators, gen-set or shore power). March 2011 Acid washed bottom, applied 2 coats Pettit PCA Gold (40% copper) ablative paint. March 2011 Installed Garmin 410 depth sounder. March 2011 Replaced all components in parallel engine start system. April 2011 Replaced all canvas and Strata glass on the bridge and aft deck (Stamoid Open canvas and 40 gauge Strata). April 2011 Replaced forward A/C unit. May 2011 Replaced Windlass with new Maxwell 1000 lb. unit. May 2012 Installed 26" flat screen TV in master stateroom. May 2012 Repainted bottom with Pettit PCA Gold. May 2012 Replaced 12KW generator with a Beta Marine unit. Also installed a GSI soft side sound enclosure. Approximately 190 hour on Unit.
- Brokers Comments
- A nice Californian 45 that is ready for her new owner’s. The current owner started his loop adventure only to become ill and must now sell. Take advantage of this ready to go Californian 45.
- 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.
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