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1995 45 (ft.) Tollycraft Cockpit Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 142188

Charleston , SC, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
Cockpit Motor Yacht
45 (ft.)
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General Details




The salon is entered by either a sliding door amidship starboard side or by the companionway going forward from the port side of the covered sundeck. If you enter from the starboard side, you are at the inside helm station, with full instrumentation & engine controls, and storage cabinets below. The salon is accented with carpet throughout, countertops, a moveable cocktail table, and two counter stools. The space is luxuriously appointed with a comfortable L-shaped settee which converts to a queen berth. JVC TV Weems & Plath clock and barometer    
Descending three small steps, the fully equipped galley is to port with a four-person dinette to starboard.   2 Two burner cooktops for a total of 4 burners Double stainless steel sink Electric stovetop with 4 ceramic burners 2008 Norcold refrigerator/freezer, using either 120-volt AC or 12-volt DC GE Spacemaker II microwave 2012 U-Line icemaker
Master Stateroom
The master stateroom is aft of the salon, down three steps, with a centerline queen berth. An counter with lockers below, and a hanging locker, are on the port side.. A nightstand, chest of drawers, and hanging locker are on the starboard side. The head is also on the starboard side with a shower stall.
Guest Stateroom
Continuing forward one enters the guest stateroom with V-berths, hanging lockers and a private head with shower.
A four-step companionway at the aft end of the salon leads up to the spacious sundeck, which has a hard cover, comfortable seating and rail-mounted weather cloths an ideal spot for outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining. Two steps down on both sides of the sundeck provide access to the rail-protected side decks leading to the bow. A ladder from the sundeck descends aft to the cockpit.
The flybridge is reached by a four-step stair on the port side of the sundeck, adjacent to the companionway from the salon. The flybridge has two helm chairs and a large L-shaped seating area to starboard, with lockers below the seat cushions.
2004 10" Northstar 6000i GPS - Lower helm 2004 8" Northstar 6000i GPS- Upper helm Roberston AP300X Auto pilot's - Upper and lower helm Horizon Depth sounder's  - Upper and lower helm 24 Mile Radar's  - Upper and lower helm Standard VHF's  - Upper and lower helm
The handy cockpit features storage lockers both port & starboard, access to the lazarette where their is a large storage space. The swim platform, with a swim ladder permanently atttached, is one step down through a door in the cockpit transom. The swim platform is particularly useful for boarding the boat from low-lying docks and dinghies.
Electrical System
Five 12-volt batteries- Staring batteries 2013 Battery charger Alternators 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC Lighting Switchboard: Portside aft in salon Battery parallel system Hubbell shore power cords with 30 & 50 amp connections
Engines and Mechanical Systems
Engines: Twin 3208 375hp Caterpillar diesels w 1300 hrs Cruising 18-19 kts Max 22-23 kts Racor primary and Caterpillar secondary Fuel filters Reduction gear: Twin Disc (2) Perko Raw Water sea strainers Reverse electric oil transfer systems for both engines & generator Bennett trim tabs Emergency engine stop Oil pressure & engine temp alarms at both helm stations Micro Commander electronic engine controls, duplicated at both helm stations Hynautic hydraulic Steering Anchor windlass operated at both helm stations 12V Dingy davit on Hardtop VacuFlush Toilets Bilge pumps High water bilge alarm Three 12-volt windshield wipers Cruisair Air-conditioning 3 units - one for salon and one in each stateroom
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.