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1995 58 (ft.) Neptunus Sedan Cruiser

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General Information

Listing# 22758

Hollywood, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Convertible Boats
Sedan Cruiser
58 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details

The unique three stateroom, three head layout plus crew berth layout is rare in a Sedan style motoryacht of this size. FOUR SEASONS offers Euro styling, good speed, two generators and long range tanks for extended cruising. Trades considered. FOUR SEASONS is fresh from the shipyard with a comprehensive refit including new blister job, new topsides paint with boot stripes, new refrigerators, new air conditioning, new carpet, new upholstery, new bottom paint and a sincere desire to get her sold.


Total Power: 750 Cruising Speed: 21 k Max Speed: 26 k
VIP Cabin
Starting forward is the VIP Cabin with a double berth on centerline, an arched upholstered headboard and twin reading lights in the soffit above. To both port and starboard there are built-in counters serving as nightstands with electric outlets, telephone outlets and light switches for the cabin. Above these counters are a row of cabinets with six locker doors on each side. There is a 12V Pioneer AM/FM/CD Super Tuner to starboard. Below the cabinets are fluorescent lights behind a valance, two opening portholes on each side and drapes to match the bedspread. The berth itself is a pedestal bed with the aft section flipping up on hydraulic shocks to reveal a cavernous storage area below. To port and starboard facing the berth are twin two door cabinets followed by full size hanging lockers with shelves above. Also within this cabin is an overhead hatch for escape or ventilation, curtains for the hatch, two stereo speakers, a hatch in the sole to the forward bilge area, a full size dressing mirror, a Panasonic 13” TV/VCR combo and digital AC controls, and an en suite head.
VIP Head
The VIP Head, to port, is very spacious. There is an Avonite countertop with flush under mounted sink plus two cabinets below the sink, six mirrored medicine cabinets/storage lockers above, fluorescent lighting under the cabinets, two opening screened portholes and drapes to match those in the VIP Cabin, and an AC vent. The shower has a sliding “wet look” three panel door, a hand held or wall mountable shower fixture, a light and an exhaust fan. The toilet is a Raritan jet head. The sole is a mosaic ceramic tile. Abundant lights and mirrors make this large head seem even larger.
Guest Cabin
The Starboard Guest Cabin has over/under criss crossed berths of ample size. There are six cabinet doors above in a soffit with fluorescent lighting below. Two opening portholes give ample light and ventilation. Drapes for the portholes match the bedspreads. There are three drawers and a half hanging locker below the upper berth and two drawers below the lower berth. Also in this cabin is a 12V Pioneer AM/FM/CD Super Tuner, two stereo speakers, digital AC controls, two reading lights, a telephone and private access into the third Head with is also the Day Head.
Guest Head
The center (third) Head has Avonite countertops, a flush under mount sink, four mirrored medicine storage lockers with fluorescent lights below, an opening porthole with drapes, Raritan jet head and a cabinet below the sink. The shower has “wet look” sliding doors, a handheld or wall mountable shower fixture and an exhaust fan, plus an AC vent. The sole of the Head is mosaic ceramic tile.
This area is at the base of the steps from the upper deck opposite the Mid Guest Stateroom. There is a Whirlpool Thin Twin Heavy Duty washer/dryer, four cabinet doors, an opening porthole with drapes, two overhead lights and a mosaic ceramic tiled floor.
Master Stateroom
Entering this stateroom while facing aft, is a queen berth on centerline. The bulkhead behind the berth is mirrored with a smaller arched upholstered headboard on the mirror. To both port and starboard are three drawer nightstands. The forward end of the berth itself is hinged to open for a huge amount of storage below. There are reading lights above each side of the berth. To port is a series of three drawers and two cabinets with shelves within. Above is a countertop and two opening portholes with drapes to match the bedspread. Forward is a large hanging locker with shelf above. Forward in this stateroom next to the entry door is a large cabinet with five shelves. Next outboard is a vanity with a drawer and two mirrored cabinet doors above. Behind the doors is a Panasonic 13” TV/VCR combo. Next outboard is a full size hanging locker with a shelf above. Also in this stateroom is a Pioneer AM/FM/CD Super Tuner, two stereo speakers, a wall safe, digital AC controls and the entrance to the en suite head.
Master Head
The en suite Head is to starboard. There are two flush under mounted sinks below the Avonite countertop. Four cabinet doors are below the counter. Above is a soffit with fluorescent lighting, an opening porthole and drapes to match the bedspread. A large medicine cabinet is forward. The shower has a seat, tri fold “wet look” doors, hand held or wall mountable fixture, light and an exhaust vent. The toilet is a Raritan jet head. There are plenty of mirrors and lights as well as an AC vent. The sole is a mosaic ceramic tile.
Avanti S/S Frost Free refrigerator/freezer (new 2/05) Blanco Ceran 4 burner electric stove GE Monogram convection/microwave oven Blanco two compartment sink w/drain board & trash chute Exhaust above stove top (5) Drawers (7) Cabinet doors Scotsman icemaker Opening window Avonite countertop Custom cabinet above freezer a new wood sole
Robertson AP 300 autopilot Furuno 36 mile 1931 radar full function remote Icom M-56 VHF radio Motorolla cellular phone B & G electric compass Wiper/washer controls Furuno GPS – 70 MK II B & G Network Quad depth, temp, speed & distance log Panasonic Esaphone telephone system throughout boat w/(6) Panasonic Hybrid phones Exterior temp gauge Rudder position indicator Detroit Diesel electronic controls Windlass controls The Lower Helm area is seven steps up from the accommodations. The helm is to starboard and offers good visibility and a stool if one desires to sit. Next aft is the compact but very open U shaped Galley. There is an opening window port and starboard. Several overhead lights in the headliner provide ample illumination. The sole of this area is white ash planking to match the white ash paneling and cabinets. To port is a large C shaped dinette to seat four to six people newly covered in an attractive faux leather and a pedestal table with white ash trim. There is a large storage area under each cushion of the dinette.
Main Salon
The Salon is two steps from the Galley/Lower Station area. To starboard is an L shaped sofa with storage below. To port is a similar but smaller corner sofa facing aft. Both were just recovered in an attractive faux leather matching the dinette forward. The entertainment center is next aft and includes a Panasonic 20” color TV, a Panasonic model PV945L four head VCR, both of which conceal behind sliding doors. Forward is a cabinet with glass and built in storage. Aft is the impressive rack of stereo gear including a 110V Technics model SAGX550 AV control stereo receiver, 110V Technics model RSTR333 stereo double cassette deck, 110V Technics model SL PD647 five disc compact disc changer, a 12V Pioneer model KEHP8600R Super Tuner, a 12V Pioneer model DEQ 9200 audio processor, a 12V Pioneer model CDX P1250 12 disc CD changer and a 12V Pioneer amplifier, all with remotes. The entrance to the Salon is on the aft bulkhead slightly to port. The sliding door has stainless steel trim as do all of the windows. This was a substantial upgrade over painted metal frames. Recent addition of granite countertops throughout the Salon, adds color and shows beautifully. The Salon has eight overhead lights, a new wood sole, full drapes including the entry door, stereo speakers, telephone jack and digital AC controller. The electrical control panel is also in the Salon behind white ash doors. The entire yacht’s sole is Stainmaster carpet (new 2/05).
Crew Quarters
The single person Crew Cabin is aft and reached via a hatch under the Aft Deck seat or through the main engine room hatch. The entry door is ash just like the interior of the yacht. There is a fore and aft crew berth and a Grundig AM/FM/cassette stereo, two stereo speakers, a telephone and TV outlet with telephone, table lamp and a storage locker. There is also a sink, an opening stainless steel porthole, 12V and 110V lights and an AC vent. Originally this area had a toilet but it has been removed and could easily be replaced.
Bruce 66 lb. anchor in chute w/300’ chain Vetus horizontal windlass w/capstan & chain gypsy Four step vertical Marquipt boarding ladder (new 2/05) Fiberglass bow pulpit w/welded stainless steel rail Large deck access rope/fender/anchor locker storage on bow Port & stbd entry gates on side rails Dockside freshwater hook up w/regulator on bow Optional stainless steel window frames Fiberglass non skid decks (2) Windshield wipers & washers Bow sun pad area w/stainless steel railing Stereo speakers for forward sun pad Over size bollard style mooring cleats Gray Textulene windshield cover (new 1/05) (2) Gebo deck hatches ACR spotlight
Marquipt Low Profile 800 lb. dinghy davit Molded steps to swim platform Hot & cold fresh water shower on platform Shore water hook up w/pressure regulator 110V outlet on platform Aft Deck clutch & throttle controls w/DDEC panel Aft Deck bow thruster controls Salt water wash down at transom Storage locker on Aft Deck Aft Deck stereo speakers w/volume control Coast Guard safety package Fenders & lines Aft Deck overhead DC lighting Step lights for Flybridge steps Ten molded fiberglass steps to Flybridge in lieu of ladder U Line icemaker on Aft Deck Engine Room access from Aft Deck Separate Crew Cabin access from Aft Deck (3) Perko rod holders w/covers Extra cleats on transom for stern boarding ACR EPIRB Fiberglass non skid decks (painted 1/05)
Robertson AP 300 autopilot Furuno 36 mile 1931 full function remote radar Icom M-402 VHF (new 1/05) Furuno FCV-667 6" color bottom machine (new 1/05) B & G electric compass B & G Network depth finder B & G Network knot log Rudder position indicator Windlass controls Trim tab controls Garmin 2006 C GPS color map Fireboy fire system controls DDEC EDU displays (new 2003) Hydraulic wheel steering DDEC “sturdy” controls ACR searchlight controls (2) Pompanette ladder back helm seats w/removable cushions & footrests (new ’01) Wet bar w/U Line icemaker & refrigerator (new 2/05) Double Bimini top w/three side enclosure & one U Zip (new ’02) U shaped upholstered seats (11/04) for (7) under extended Bimini top (4) Flybridge stereo speakers w/volume controls Helm cover Bow thruster control Fiberglass adjustable height table at seating area AFI electric air horn Fiberglass radar arch Shakespeare TV/FM antenna Stainless steel ensign holder International navigation lights Arch light Hatch to Aft Deck w/stainless steel rails Emergency back up system for DDEC controls Plexiglass windscreen (new 1/05)
Electrical System
120/240 V AC electrical system 12 V DC electrical system 11kW Westerbeke generator w/1300 hrs. in hush box 20kW Westerbeke generator w/2700 hrs. in hush box Newmar HDM 70 amp battery charger Power Source 75 amp battery charger (2) Battery shut off switches (6) 8D 12 volt batteries 220 volt 50 amp shore electrical cable on Glendinning cable reel for house system 220 volt 50 amp shore electrical cable on Glendinning cable reel for AC system (2) AC voltage meters on panel DC voltage meter on panel (2) AC amp voltage meters on panel DC amp voltage meter on panel 110 v 30 amp shore cord inlet Telephone & TV inlet w/shore cords
Engine Room
Marine Air 40,000 BTU twin compressor chilled water AC system w/5 zones & digital controls (installed 2/05) Hydraulic tank for bow thruster Key Power hydraulic/electric bow thruster w/(3) stations Fresh water cooling system 3” Stainless steel propeller shafts Vetus intake raw water sea strainers for main engines & gens “Drive Savers” on main engine shafts Hydraulic wheel steering Sturdy DDEC engine actuators w/engine synchronizers (2) Valves & macerator for pump out Twin Disc 5111A 1.92 to 1 ration transmissions Bennett trim tabs w/dual stations HRO Systems 400 gallon per day water maker (536 hours, new pressure pump ’03) Remote panel for water maker Galley Maid DC pressure fresh water system Well Trol fresh water system expansion tank 110V AC jet pump fresh water system Air sep crankcase ventilator system (2) 12 volt Engine Room bilge blowers 100 Gallon aluminum holding tank (2) 12 volt inlet blowers 110 volt Engine Room bilge blowers (2) Spare props (2) Racor 1000 fuel filters for main engines (2) Racor 500 fuel filters for generators Engine fuel shut off valves Fuel tank sight gauges Electric fuel tank gauges Fuel equalizing valve 20 gal. Raritan hot water heater (2) Main engine block heaters 12 volt incandescent Lazzarette & Engine Room lights 110 volt fluorescent Lazzarette & Engine Room light Remote mounted dual oil filters (3) Rule 4000 GPH auto/manual bilge pumps New exhaust system by D’Angeleo Marine Exhaust (6/99) Spaceman Halon 1211 automatic fire extinguisher system for generator room Thermal & acoustical Engine Room insulation (2) 110 volt AC cooling pumps Hand operated oil change pumps (2) Atwood 500 GPH automatic shower sump pumps in sealed pans 900 sq. ft. Fireboy FE241 fire control system for Engine Room Coolant recovery tanks on main engines Remote mounted main engine coolant system filters Chrome package on engines (4) Dive tanks racks in Lazzarette Propellers w/prop speed (1/05)
Other Features/Equipment
Often marketed as a 63’ Neptunus (63’ is the length overall), the exact same hull is called the 60’ Neptunus today. 58’ is the on deck measurement. Note: ANKLE DEEP has 1213 gal. fuel tanks for long range in lieu of 950 gallons (standard capacity). Reportedly the last 58 to be built in Holland for final finishing in Canada. Subsequent hulls were entirely built in Canada.
The unique three stateroom, three head layout plus crew berth layout is rare in a Sedan style motoryacht of this size. FOUR SEASONS offers Euro styling, good speed, two generators and long range tanks for extended cruising. Trades considered. FOUR SEASONS is fresh from the shipyard with a comprehensive refit including new blister job, new topsides paint with boot stripes, new refrigerators, new air conditioning, new carpet, new upholstery, new bottom paint and a sincere desire to get her sold.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard FOUR SEASONS, there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.
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.
Call Jeff Stanley, Agent: office-954/525-8112, cell-954/249-0360, email