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2002 46 (ft.) Custom Carman Hull/Williams Finished Chesapeake Baybuilt Deadrise

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 26584

North East, MD, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Carman Hull/Williams Finished Chesapeake Baybuilt Deadrise
46 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Diamond Series
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details


This beautiful Chesapeake Bay Style yacht was custom built for personal use, to a very expensive standard, with high-end yacht fit and finish and all of the best equipment available. The Owner reports that the hull was built by Carman Boatbuilders to United States Coast Guard specifications for commercial passenger carrying vessels. This is the perfect day boat/family yacht or great Chesapeake or ICW cruiser for a couple with it's Island Berth single stateroom. The availabilty of this beautiful yacht represents a great opportunity at an very fair price, considering that to reproduce it, with the same fit, finish and equipment, the estimated cost would be in the $750,000 to $850,000 range, and this can be easily verified by several builders of this style of vessel.

Anyone who is seriously considering the purchase of a Downeast or Eastbay style yacht should take a very close look at the specifications and pictures of this Custom Bay Built. More pictures are available upon request.

The owner will consider trading down in size for a smaller "high quality" vessel - either power or sail!

Stored under cover in North East Maryland, and easy to see anytime in any weather!


Displacement: 36000
Total Power: 370 Cruising Speed: 18 - 20 knots +/- Max Speed: 24 knots +/-
This beautiful custom built boat provides comfortable accommodations inside and out. The current owner commissioned the construction in 2002 and had complete involvement in the design, fit and finish, which was done by Williams Marine, and the owner, before her launch in 2004. The side decks are wide and have good handrail access. The cabin top and foredeck are accommodating as well. There is a substantial bow rail extending aft to where the cabin ends and cockpit starts. The 15'5" beam is felt throughout, especially in the cockpit. Space is not an issue. The cabin roof extends over the cockpit to provide protection from the elements. There is a lot of room for boat chairs, and she comes with four, two of them cushioned. There is a large refrigerator/freezer box that has a seat cushion. There is a helm station with controls on the starboard side of the cockpit. The yacht has custom steps constructed of aluminum. The engine boxes were shaped as comfortable seats with cushions. There are two large aluminum access hatches for additional storage and the ability to get to the mechanical systems. The salon is entered through a centerline door from the cockpit. The galley is immediately to starboard. The L-shaped settee with dining table is to port. There are custom made area rugs that protect the teak and holly sole. The inside helm is forward to starboard with teak wheel and Stidd pedestal chair as well as a matching Stidd chair to port, both with overhead hatches. The large side windows open, as do the aft windows to provide great ventilation. These windows are tinted to keep the salon cool. There is a large storage area beneath the salon sole, easily accessed through a large hatch, down steps leading to the compartment. There is a bulkhead to separate the engine compartment from this storage area. The Sharp 20 Flatscreen TV rotates so that it can be seen from the cockpit. Going forward, down a couple of steps, to starboard is the large air conditioned head compartment with Corian topped vanity with Grohe faucets, large wall mounted mirror, electric head and good storage space, and then to port is the seperate air conditioned shower stall, with seat and Moen shower system. Both the head and shower compartments have opening portlights. The master stateroom is forward with walk-around queen bed, large hanging lockers port and starboard, and a wall mounted Flatscreen TV. Light and ventilation are provided by three overhead Bomar hatchs with screens/sun shades, and two opening ports. All wood trim and cieling is done in a beautiful Cherry wood. Ultra leather interior cushions 2 Marine-Air reverse cycle AC & Heat systems 12,000 BTU & 18,000 BTU Passport I/C digital AC controls Raritan Atlantis elecric toilet Raritan water heater Jabsco Y-valve Sea Watch TV antenna Sharpe 20" LC-20E 1U Flatscreen TV w/remote, in salon on swivel mount Zenith flat screen TV w/remote & inverter in MSR stateroom Sirius satellite radio Kenwood KCD 322 AM/FM stereo/CD KTC-SR 901 Satellite radio tuner Flexvision DVD 4000, 12-volt player Bose speakers in cabin and cockpit Sea Land Tank Watch 4 Cantiluppi halogen overhead interior lights, on dimmers, over the helm are bi-color red/white
The galley is in the aft starboard corner on the salon. great counter space and plenty of easy access storage, and unobstructed viiews to the outside. Corian counter tops = 28 sq. ft. Coolmatic refrigerator / freezer Frigibar refrigerator/freezer in cockpit with cushioned top seat Samsung toast & bake microwave oven Force10 Euro Kera 2-burner electric cook top Grohe faucet
The inside helm is equipped with complete set of engine gauges and top of line navigation equipment. There is very good visibility from the helm. The Stidd helm and companion pedestal chairs (over $10,000. for the pair) provide the best in comfort for those longer cruises. The cockpit helm has rudder indicator, Commandmic VHF radio, throttle and transmission controls, and stainless steel wheel.
Hull and Deck
The hull was hand laid, in solid fiberglass with Vinylester resins used, to USCG Certification specifications for comercial pasenger vessels, by Carmen Boat Works. The hull has a full keel for a great stability, tracking and protection. The bottom was fully barrier coated for additional protection prior to bottom painting. The hull is painted dark green with All Craft paint over dark green gelcoat. The deck and house are a composite fiberglass construction of marine grade plywood sandwiched between layers of fiberglass and are painted with AwlCraft paint in an off-white/cream color. The combination is very striking. This yacht was mostly finished by Williams Marine of Chestertown, MD. The result is a high quality, solid cruising yacht with great fit and finish. You must see her to get the real picture! 360 gallons of fuel in aluminum tanks with easy access cleanouts. 200 gallons of water in one fiberglass tank. 40-gallon fiberglass holding tank with charcoal vent filter = no odors!. The 1.25" oversized anodized aluminum bow rail is 26" high, has boarding gates port & starboard forward of mid-ships, and runs aft to the cockpit. The custom aluminum radar mast is powder-coated in the same color as the topsides. Textalene covers for windshield and aft windows in salon - the side windows in the salon are tinted. Bronze through-hulls Soundown insulation, over 3000 lbs. Aluminum powder coated swim platform Stainless steel anchor with stainless steel chain 100' Chain 200' Nylon rode All 5 Bomar hatches have sliding screens/sunshades/room darkners LED indirect lighting in cockpit (8) Life jackets Macerator system on holding tank Cockpit floodlight
Northern Lights M753K, 8 KW generator & sound shield @ 130 hours Generator muffler system splits water & exhaust for quite operation 2 50-amp shore power, TV & Phone connections - port & starboard in forward section of cockpit (2) 25' 50-amp shore power cords (3) 8D batteries in Blue Sea Systems battery boxes Guest battery switches Xantrex TC20 True Charger multi-stage battery charger Custom Blue Sea System circuit breaker panels for 12 V. & 120 V. DC volt meter, DC amp meter, and battery tester (3) Bilge pumps Raritan water heater
Furuno Navnet Navionics 10.4" color LCD radar, GPS / plotter Furuno GPS GP-3208 receiver Furuno 48 mile radar with open array antenna Shakespeare VHF antenna ICOM IC-M502 VHF at inside helm Icom portable Commandmic HM-127B for cockpit helm station Simrad AP 11 autopilot Furuno ETR-6/10N network sounder Airmar depth transducer Ritchie 5" compass
The Cummins 6BTA 5.9 M 370 hp diesel engines have a little over 550 hours of use and have been properly maintained with proper service at recommended intervals. TwinDisc 2.04 to 1 transmissions. The 6 kw generator has 130 hours of use. Owner reports fuel burn of 16/18 gph at 18/20 knots. Glendinning automatic synchronizer Twin Disc transmission 4 blade 24" X 24" propellers with 2 spare props stored under dinette Aquadrive system for propeller shaft and motor mounts Dripless seals on shafts Racor 900FG filters Fuel polishing system Maxwell rope and chain windlass, controls forward and at helm Extended exhaust tubes at transom put exhaust into the hull wash = no transom soot or fumes when underway Hydraulic steering with power assist and cooling system Morse mechanical controls Bennett trim tabs - oversized Guest remote spot light Full Blast air horns (3) Exalto windshield wipers with washers and intermittent function Shurflo Pentair water pump Fresh water wash down fore and aft Soundown mufflers
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.
MOTIVATED SELLER - SMALLER QUALITY TRADES CONSIDERED! For more information on this custom Chesapeake Bay Built please call the listing Broker, Marc Thomas, at 410 991 0939 Cell or Email: