- Privateer, Ketch - NOW SUPER VALUE!
- 58 (ft.)
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(Boat Location: Panama City, FL) Be a Pirate . . . Live the Dream! This yacht is for those of you who may still have a drop of Pirate blood running through your veins, and especially for those of you who harbor the remote urge to one day act upon it. Whether you've always wanted a pirate ship, hope to be known as the best dad ever, are looking to run a fantasy charter, or are just want for a unique vacation getaway, she's out there and she's called Midnight Princess. Built and patterned after the infamous Privateer sailing vessels of the 1800's. Assembled in 1972 primarily of mahogany and teak she is an original that would cost a pirate's treasure to duplicate today.
Okay, here's something you didn't know. Pirates are progressive. This Privateer does have a full complement of electronics: Raytheon radar, GPS, chart plotter, Standard digital depth finder, and two VHF marine radios. Pirate cooks also used 4 burner stoves with oven and microwave. When the winds die, the Ford Lehman 120hp diesel is employed.
Below decks not all pirate ships are dark and dank. This one for example is bright, warm and a great place to relax or entertain. Wall to wall, floor to ceiling teak with details in wood, brass, and upholstery that will make any mate smile. The enclosed head with vanity and shower will make even the most hardened pirate feel civilized. Ok, there is a working black powder cannon so maybe, not that civilized.
That Midnight Princess went through a major seven year rebuild in the 90's plus additional upgrades but now needs major TLC. She's 58' LOA, 44' LWL of history, manageable by a couple. Her asking price of 39,900 is far below replacement cost and a bargain for someone with the skill to restore her.
- 58' LOA 44' LWL Max Bridge Clearance: 52/47' (mast can be retracted via a pulley system) Ballast: 8000
- Total Power: 120
- Fuel: 280 Fresh Water: 280
- Sleeps five: Master Double Aft Berth, Single Forward Bunk, Double Berth in Salon ?Galley features: custom built, hand painted table, Microwave, two oversized double insulated ice boxes, and a four-burner stove with oven New upholstery and curtains in both Captain's Quarters and Galley (2009, $5000) Head includes: Electra San electric toilet (2009), vanity and shower 1200 BTU Cruise Air A/C
- Raytheon 18 mile radar Raytheon GPS Garmin 3210 Chart Plotter (2009) Standard digital depth finder Two marine VHF radios
- Northern Lights 5.5 kW generator Two House batteries (new 2011) One battery for generator Charger Inverter
- Gaff rigged main (reconditioned 2011) Marconi rigged mizzen Cutter rigged (2) headsail on Harken roller furling systems
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- Three anchors 1200' of rode and chain Simpson Lawrence windlass Bimini with dodger Hydraulic steering Danforth antique compass Four bronze winches 1 working black powder cannon Reconditioned stern woodwork and sealed (2009, $10,000) Painted & varnished inside and out (2009-2011, $16,700)