- 52 (ft.)
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$24,000 worth of recent upgrades made between February and May of 2014, including:
New bottom paint, installed new props, complete polish and buff to entire boat, hull touch-up paint, fresh cockpit paint, all doors and hatches/hinges removed, sanded and repaired and freshly painted, new port Engine shaft installed and starboard trim actuator replaced.
"Rock N Reel" performs great and is rigged to fish!
- Vessel Walkthrough
- The vessel will accomodate four owners & guests in two staterooms. The master stateroom is forward with a queen berth offset to port. The guest stateroom is aft to port with twin upper & lower double berths.
- The salon has a large L-shaped storage couch for rods to starboard, followed by storage drawers for reels forward and the entertainment center forward of the drawers. The port side has the electric panel just inside the door followed by a small storage couch and the galley forward. The interior is light maple with white corian countertops.
- Concealed Microwave/convection oven Deep sink 2 burner electric stove 2 Sub Zero under the counter refrigerators 2 Sub Zero under the counter freezer Starboard Refigerator with corian top Maximum Storage Below to starboard washer/dryer
- Master Stateroom
- Queen berth offset to port, hanging locker & storage drawers, access to private head & shower, new 25" color TV & VCR.
- Guest Stateroom
- Upper & lower twin double berths with direct access to private head & shower.
- Bridge Deck and Helm Station
- Two refinished Pompanette chairs, encolosure, seating forward & to starboard, with new cushions & new covers for chairs and console.
- Helm Station Electronics & Navigation
- Two Furuno Navnet 10" displays Furuno RD30 digital depth, temp & speed Garmin 740 GPS Hidden electronics box w/actuator Icom IC-M502 VHF Sea 2250 SSB Robertson AP 300X autopilot Richie compass
- Bow pulpit & anchor Dockside Electric cable Trim tabs 500 lb. a day Eskimo ice maker Fresh & saltwater washdown Transom door Light Blue Hull Underwater lights
- AC/DC 110-12 Volt systems Automatic battery charger 15 KW Kohler Gen. '08 825 hrs. Engine alarm
- 3406 800 hp CATS w/ 2800hrs Spare shaft & props New port engine shaft, May 2013 Mather single lever controls High water alarm Emergency engine stop Trolling valves Engine hour meters Engine synchronizer Engine temp. alarm Fire alarm Fire control system Fresh water cooling system 1.58 to 1 gear ratios 3 new A/C's Oil filters Oil pressure alarm Oil temp. alarm Raw water sea strainer Water filtration system Water pump Water temp.alarm Bilge alarm Bilge blower 500 lb. a day Eskimo ice maker
- Fishing Equipment
- Refinished Pompanette fighting chair & cover Rupp triple spreader Outriggers Transom door Bait freezer Tackle center & cockpit sink Fish box
- Maintenance & Upgrades
- (May, 2013) New bottom paint (May, 2013) Installed new props (May, 2013) Fresh cockpit paint and hull touch-up paint (May, 2013) All doors and hatches/hinges removed, sanded, repaired and freshly painted (May, 2013) New port engine shaft (May, 2013) Replaced starboard trim actuator (May, 2013) Vessel completely detailed, polished and buffed (August, 2012) Toe rail was completely stripped and re-varnished (2011) Replaced the #2 AC unit with new unit like the existing unit with new electronic controller as well (2012) Completed bead blasting all 10 years of bottom paint to gel-coat and reapplied the best bottom paint available (including all underwater intakes and discharges and exterior and interior were inspected and maintenance provided as required to insure satisfactory operation function) (2011) Removed existing shafting and bearings, machined all bearing surfaces on shafts in machine shop and reinstalled with Orgot bearing material (new type material last over ten years—greatly improved over standard cutless brg material) and shaft tubes that enclose the shaft and improve fuel efficiency when running. (2011) Installed the new PYI Packless Sealing system (Mechanical seals in lieu of packing) the new PSS shaft seal have zero leakage and are far superior to standard packing gland type seals (August 2011) Installed new rudder steering ram and replaced all linkage. (2011) Replaced all (5) 908 12-volt heavy duty commercial type for both engines and house battery. (June, 2011) Blanchard Machinery Co, Summerville SC Marine dept does all maintenance on the Cat 3406’s. A major disassemble of all engine coolers was completed as well as flushing of the engines blocks, all shop work completed on coolers, did require some new coolers that CAT would not warrant unless replaced with new units, also removed and blueprinted turbochargers for engines , all fuel systems flushed and radcor filters disassemble and inspected and reassembled with new parts, also all injectors tested and repaired as required. (2011) All new Canvas topside has been replaced and in in great condition as is the isinglass panels. New cushions on the bridge release chairs, as well as a $10,000.00 release fighting chair installed in the cockpit. (2011) New paint on the foredeck and non-skid as well (2011) New electronics (replaced the northstar gps with Garmin 740 which in wired in the the vhf radios and other navagaiton instruments also replace one of the ICOM-502 radios with new unit.
- 24 knots........... 1800 rpm 26 knots........... 1950 rpm 28 knots........... 2050 rpm 31 knots............ at top end
- 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.