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From the long, long foredeck through the rakish hard-topped bridge to the reverse transom, the Venetti 56 by Navigator Yachts draws on European sport yachts for her styling. The Venetti is, in many ways, a surprise. She is 100 percent American in design and construction and, though she exudes the look of expensive opulence, she is simply opulent. She also offers the living space and sturdy construction her designer, Jule Marshall, distinguished himself for in the trawler market.
To put it simply, the Venetti 56 is one great boat. She can compete with any other 56 on the market in styling, performance, and construction. You cannot fully appreciate her until you get behind the wheel slam the throttles down and feel this 56 foot beast jump out the water.
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- From the long, long foredeck through the rakish hard-topped bridge to the reverse transom, the Venetti 56 by Navigator Yachts draws on European sport yachts for her styling. The Venetti is, in many ways, a surprise. She is 100 percent American in design and construction and, though she exudes the look of expensive opulence, she is simply opulent. She also offers the living space and sturdy construction her designer, Jule Marshall, distinguished himself for in the trawler market. To put it simply, the Venetti 56 is one great boat. She can compete with any other 56 on the market in styling, performance, and construction. You cannot fully appreciate her until you get behind the wheel slam the throttles down and feel this 56 foot beast jump out the water.
- Vessel Walkthrough
- Her 15-foot beam houses two private, spacious suites. Marshall, as with his other designs, provides the living space of a larger boat. There is room to move about without bumping, the headroom (particularly the 8 feet in the master) is fit for NBA players, and none of the expected amenities are lost in the process. The cockpit stretches more than half the length of the yacht from the oversized teak swim platform into the hardtop-protected bridge deck. The transom has port and starboard entries, separated by a wide settee with stowage underneath. Perfect for lounging, fishing or swimming, the lower cockpit has a hidden Miele barbecue, a Norcold refrigerator and a wet bar. The solid, nicely finished hardtop combines with the absence of an aft bulkhead to provide sun and wind protection without claustrophobia. On warm days, the flush-mounted sunroof can be opened for more breezes, or an aft enclosure can be closed to use the separate bridge air conditioning. The enclosure works equally well with the reverse-cycle heating to allow short-sleeve operation in cold weather. Whatever the conditions, the frameless side and curved forward windows provide exceptional visibility for the skipper and for guests seated on the bridge settee as well. Going below one is taken back by all the well finished wood. The walls, galley, refrigerator and washer are all covered in a high gloss walnut which gives the living quarters a very warm and cozy feel. The galley is tucked out of the way to port behind a Corian breakfast counter with twin bar stools, and it has all the usual appliances including a stacked washer/dryer hidden in the forward bulkhead. A clever touch is the 19-inch Panasonic flat-screen television on the aft bulkhead that can be swiveled to entertain the chef in the galley or guests sitting on the settee opposite. A full queen berth on an island fills the forward VIP suite, along with a cedar-lined hanging locker behind a curved door. The day head includes a spacious shower stall, and the door to the VIP suite is thoughtfully placed abaft the head, allowing private use by the VIP guests at night with the door closed. The open, airy master stateroom is aft, tucked under the raised bridge deck. A queen berth is beneath a mirrored headboard with built-in nightstands, drawers are in the base of the bed, and the head has Corian counters and a comfortably large shower. The engine room has two accesses on the back deck and is absolutely huge. Tons of room for storage and you can easily get around the engines and generator.
- Main Salon
- The salon features a large L-shaped settee, walnut table, 22” plasma TV with Bose entertainment system, and offers excellent natural light through port holes and an overhead deck hatch. Separate zone air conditioning-Marine air w/keypad control Carpeting Storage lockers L-Shaped settee w/storage Bose surround sound stereo system 2 Vizio 22” LCD TV’s: (1) on bulkhead & (1) on bracket in galley Concealed raised electrical panel above entertainment center Sea Tel Satellite direct TV receiver Niles speaker selection panel Recessed overhead lighting (4) Steps to helm deck with courtesy lights Blinds
- Located across from salon, the galley offers spacious wrap around Corian counter tops, with 2 bar stools, flush mounted 2 burner cook top, microwave/convection oven, double sink, full refrigerator/freezer, stacked washer/dryer and lots of storage. Clothes washer/dryer Corian counter tops Freezer Fresh water system Sharp Carousel convection/microwave oven Double Corian sinks (2) Burner Ceramic stove top Water heater (2) Bar stools Storage Lockers & Drawers Bottle storage
- Master Stateroom
- Sony Trinitron TV Recessed overhead lights Reading lights Storage drawers Vacu flush freshwater head Carbon monoxide detector Intercom phone
- Guest Stateroom
- Separate zone Marine Air A/C w/key pad control Carpeting Private head w/stall shower Hanging locker Centerline queen berth Toshiba 13” TV w/DVD player Overhead & reading lights Storage drawers & lockers Clarion stereo speakers Separate zone Marine Air A/C key pad control Sony DVD/CD player Hanging lockers Private head w/stall shower Mirrored head board (2) Night stands Walk around queen berth
- Muir windlass with foot pedal and or helm controls Windshield with wipers (3) Bomar foredeck hatches Dockside H2O hookup Underwater exhausts Navigation lights Bruce plow style anchor Welded stainless steel bow rails Stainless steel rub rails
- Electronics & Helm
- Ray Marine L760 GPS chart plotter Instrument panel Ray Marine RL80C radar Icom M502 VHF radio Magnavox flat screen TV Side power bow thruster Remote windlass control switch Clarion Marine Stereo/CD player Volvo Penta EDC controls 110 volt AC outlet Fuel gauges Trim tabs buttons Exalt windshield wiper controls Cable TV outlet Antennas Ray Marine RP 650 auto pilot Ritchie compass
- Dockside electrical cable Electrical bonding system Kohler 15-50 KW generator w/126hrs. 12V DC and 110 VAC lighting Zinc saver II Galvanic Isolator-50 AMP Guest on-off battery switches 220 V AC electrical system (2) Alternators Batteries Promatic 35-3 automatic battery charger 12V DC electrical system
- Engine Details & Mechanical Equipment
- (2) Aluminum fuel tanks Hot water heater Holding tank with pump out Trim tabs Mufflers Oil filters Raw water sea strainers Z.F. 2 to 1 ratio transmissions Fresh water pump Dripless shaft logs Fresh water hose bib Air induction system Bilge pumps Volvo electric engine controls Engine hour meters Engine room should insulation Engine synchronizer Fire control system Fresh water cooling system Racor Fuel filters Fuel shut off valves
- Detailed Broker's Comments
- This boat also had a Freedom Lift installed in 2008. As well as a 2008 Zodiac and 4 stroke 25hp Yamaha. We ran her at WOT at 2300rpm and got 34.2kts. She was up on plane at 1600rpm and cruised at 1800rpm running 25.7kts. All electronics have also been updated. At 56’ this boat runs awesome!
- 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.