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General Information

Listing# 81810

Price
$2,950,000.00
Location
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, United States
Manufacturer
PALMER JOHNSON
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1983
Category
Cruisers
Designer
JOHN G. ALDEN
Status
Used
Length
110 (ft.)
Beam
23.42
LOA
110
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3406
Number of Engines
1
Engine Hours
5613

General Details

The interior has been re-designed in 2013.  The white oak paneling throughout with marble baths.  The oak paneling was made from one log,  imported from England, providing a beautiful well matched grain throughout.
 
The enclosed pilothouse has excellent 360 degree visibility with an unobstructed view over the bow.  There is a large bench seat behind the helm with chart stowage and a complete navigation center to starboard.  The console contains electronics and sail trim / captive winch controls.  There are watertight doors both to port and starboard, permitting easy access to the side decks.
 
Aft of the wheelhouse is a covered deck lounge and dining area with tables that convert for large or small groups.  Next aft is a large sun lounge with speakers built into the padded safety rails.
 
The main salon has a full wet bar with custom bar stools, refrigerator and icemaker.  There is a lounge area to starboard with two couches and matching end tables.  Next aft is a computer work station.  On the port side there is a raised settee with excellent views to the sea.  This area makes into a dining table for eight.  There is a built-in wine cooler forward and a large electrically operated flat screen T.V.
 
Just aft of the salon is the day head with beautiful mosaic covered bulkheads and marble counter and floors.
 
Two identical staterooms with queen beds are next aft to port and starboard.  Each stateroom has an en suite bath with large marble shower.
 
The owner's stateroom is aft with king bed and master bath with full Jacuzzi tub and shower.  There is a library / study that converts to a fourth guest stateroom with upper and lower berths when needed.
 
Forward of the salon is the galley crew mess, captain's stateroom with head and shower, chef's cabin, and a crew stateroom with 4 bunks, head, shower and laundry

Specifications

Dimensions
Max Draft: 8'5" - 18'5" Ballast: Lead Displacement: 114 tons
Vessel Walkthrough
The interior has been re-designed in 2013. The white oak paneling throughout with marble baths. The oak paneling was made from one log, imported from England, providing a beautiful well matched grain throughout. The enclosed pilothouse has excellent 360 degree visibility with an unobstructed view over the bow. There is a large bench seat behind the helm with chart stowage and a complete navigation center to starboard. The console contains electronics and sail trim / captive winch controls. There are watertight doors both to port and starboard, permitting easy access to the side decks. Aft of the wheelhouse is a covered deck lounge and dining area with tables that convert for large or small groups. Next aft is a large sun lounge with speakers built into the padded safety rails. The main salon has a full wet bar with custom bar stools, refrigerator and icemaker. There is a lounge area to starboard with two couches and matching end tables. Next aft is a computer work station. On the port side there is a raised settee with excellent views to the sea. This area makes into a dining table for eight. There is a built-in wine cooler forward and a large electrically operated flat screen T.V. Just aft of the salon is the day head with beautiful mosaic covered bulkheads and marble counter and floors. Two identical staterooms with queen beds are next aft to port and starboard. Each stateroom has an en suite bath with large marble shower. The owner's stateroom is aft with king bed and master bath with full Jacuzzi tub and shower. There is a library / study that converts to a fourth guest stateroom with upper and lower berths when needed. Forward of the salon is the galley crew mess, captain's stateroom with head and shower, chef's cabin, and a crew stateroom with 4 bunks, head, shower and laundry.
Accommodations
There are three full sized guest staterooms with queen and king beds. The study converts to a fourth guest cabin with upper and lower berths when required. In addition to the guest heads, there is a day head aft of the salon. The crew's quarters has three cabins and two heads, crew mess, galley and laundry.
Construction
Electrically welded marine grade aluminum hull plating built on transverse and longitudinal frames. Fifty-one frames plus two additional with the 2003 extension from 103' to 110'. The design of the extension was by John G. Alden. There are 4 watertight bulkheads at the forepeak, forward engine room bulkhead, aft engine room bulkhead and aft peak.
Tanks
Fuel: 3000 Fresh Water: 1200 Holding: 2015
Tanks
Two fuel tanks in the port and aft cabin bilge of 1,560 gallons each, a total of 3,020 gallons. Tank monitoring is electronic Isis system to the pilothouse. Two electric fuel transfer pumps, each pump is able to transfer port to starboard and vice versa. Two fresh water tanks of 600 gallons each, total about 1,200 gallons. Tank monitoring is Isis system to pilothouse. Two freshwater pumps; 4 Aqua Pure water filters in a stainless casing. Two Daily Marine water makers with 2 membranes each, with high and low pressure pumps, 40 gallons per hour each. Grey water tanks (2) of 990 gallons total. Black water tanks (2) of about 1,030 gallons. Two discharge pumps for each system. Fresh water Sealand Vacu Flush marine toilets (6) with individual vacuum tanks.
Engines
Total Power: 440
Engine Room
The engine room has a work bench with vice and tool chest, stainless storage lockers and general rack storage for spare parts. Major service to main engine and both generators October 2012. Main engine is a Caterpillar model 3406 diesel (5,613 total engine hours), freshwater cooled, with Twin Disc reverse gears, 4 1/2 " shaft and Hundested variable pitch, 3 bladed feathering prop. Two Northern Lights gensets of 30 Kw (2007) and 24 Kw, engine hours port 3,010 and starboard 7,700 (7/05). Bow and stern thruster are hydraulic driven off starboard generator rated at 50 hp and 40 hp each, counter rotating props in tubes. Chilled water air-conditioning with reverse cycle for heat. Aqua Air A5HD model with 2 compressors, 120,000 btu capacity. Soft starts on each compressor and fan coil units.
Electrical System
12v/24v DC, 120v/240v AC, 60 Hz. Port and Starboard 100 amp shore power cord through Gladdening Cablemaster Atlas frequency converter system 3 Trace inverter / chargers Main AC panel in engine room with sub panels throughout the yacht Newmar Phase III smart charger
Steering
Electric over hydraulic redundant system with 2 hydraulic pumps and double autopilots (240V), which operate either from the generator or the batteries. There is an emergency steering wheel in the lazarette (manual and hydraulic with its own separate autopilot and 12v battery). An emergency tiller fits over the rudder stock. In addition to the helm station in the wheelhouse, there are two aft wing stations. There is a steering station for the crows nest near the lower spreader.
Masts and Rigging
SAILS and WINCHES: Carbon fiber spar by GMT in 2004 In mast furling Approximately 127' above waterline, aluminum main boom with Navtec vang The main mast has an external crows nest elevator Stainless rod rigging Furling system is hydraulic by Rondal. Halyard winches are Barient 32 self tailing and Lewmar 77 electric over hydraulic Mainsheet winch is captive electric over hydraulic Primary sheet winches are Lewmar electric over hydraulic and secondary (2) Barient 736 electric self tailing Sails are by North 2014 Main (1982 square feet) roller furling Genoa (3,049 sq ft) 140%, jib (1797 square feet) roller furling 85%, Genniker (5,630 square feet)
Tenders
***NEW TENDER*** Williams 505D Turbojet - 5 meters with a Yanmar 100 hp diesel engine & jet drive Crane is Marquipt electric over hydraulic with 2000 capacity.
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
The following is a list of navigation electronics and systems: Pilothouse: Ship's compass - Ritchie Power Damp Autopilot - Auto Nav A-1500 Radar - Furuno 96 nautical mile range Radar - Sitex range not determined GPS - Furuno GP - 1650 VHF radio - ICOM ICOM127 Wind direction - Brooks & Gatehouse analogue Wind speed and direction - Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 Sea temperature - Brooks & Gatehouse 20/20 Depth finder - Brooks & Gatehouse 20/20 Chart plotting system - Nobletec / radar overlay Sonar - Wesmar SS390 Windshield wipers - Exalto Air horn - Kahlenberg M-511 whistle control CCTV cameras and monitor - Elbex - (4) monitor displays, Fink Vision Aft Nav Station: Computer monitor - IBM flat screen GPS - Furuno GP 1650 Boat speed and depth - Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 Computer system - Dell APS8800 Aft Cockpit: Wind speed direction, magnetic compass and apparent wind - Brooks & Gatehouse 20/20 Satellite communication KVH Tracfone The Panasonic system has (10) telephone extensions internally. Telephone system, Panasonic Hybrid with input from the following: Tracfone satellite Dockside Incoming fax line Iridium phone Global Star phone Mini-M Fleet 55
Audio and Visual Equipment
The following is a list of entertainment equipment. Main Salon: Color Television: Gateway Plasma 42" VCR: ProScan 300 DVD Changer: Sony DVP-CX860 Digital Surround Sound Receiver: Sony DA333ES Four (4) overhead stereo speakers Master Stateroom: Color Television: 27" Panasonic VCR: ProScan DVD Player: Apex AD-1200 Digital Surround Sound Receiver: Sony DA333ES Four (4) overhead stereo speakers Library: Computer: Dell Dimensions XPSB800 Monitor: IBM 15" flat screen Starboard Guest Cabin: Computer: Dell Dimensions XPSB800 Monitor: IBM 15" Flat screen Combination Scanner, Copier, Printer, Fax: Hewlett Packard PFC2210 Crew Mess: Color Television Combination VCR: Zenith 13" DVD Player: Celebra, DVD328 Surround Sound Music System: Bose with five (5) double cubed speakers Pilothouse: AM/FM Stereo Cassette Player: Marine M5470 Six (6) CD Changer: Clarion (reported not operating) Two (2) overhead stereo speakers Aft Cockpit: Remote Control for Clarion CD Changer Two (2) overhead stereo speakers Total of four (4) Clarion waterproof speakers with one (1) subwoofer Sun Pad Aft: Four (4) Clarion waterproof speakers Main Mast: Two (2) spreader speakers
Appliances
Main Galley: Stove - Viking 4 LPG gas burners and gas oven Stove hood extractor - stainless steel Viking with light Dual burner glass top stove - Miele G-870 SC Trash compactor - Braun Garbage disposal - Insinkerator 3/4Hp Coffee maker - Brew-matic Food Processor - Kitchen Aid Food Mixer - Kitchen Aid Large Custom-Built Freezer (30.8 cubic ft.) Large Custom-Built Refrigerator (32 cubic ft.) Dishwasher - Miele Crew Accommodation: Clothes washing machine - Miele Novotronic W1918 Clothes dryer - Miele Novotronic T156C Ice maker - U-Line Main Salon: Wet bar Icemaker - U-Line Refrigerator -U-Line (2) Wine coolers - U-Line
Safety Equipment
3 Zodiac 6-man life rafts (SOLAS) 2 EPIRBS, one mounted on cabin top with hydrostatic release 2 man overboard modules (MOMS) mounted on aft rail
Ground Tackle
Ideal double drum windlass (4000 lb. capacity) with 2 300 lb. CQR plough anchors, 600 ft. of chain each.
Additional Equipment
Marquipt passerelle (electric hydraulic) in transom with 45 degree turning angle Triple section side boarding ladder Custom built (double stainless steel and teak) crows nest that raises and lowers on the forward section of the mast, driven by electric frequency drive. Raises to the baby stay (about 2/3 of mast height) or with baby stay disconnected, it raises to just below the mast head. There is a steering station near the lower spreader.
Disclaimer
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.
Remarks
New Teak decks 2009 2013 Refit includes: New paint job, New North Sails, Main, Jib, Genoa, New interior.
customContactInformation
Please contact Craig Cadwalader at Ardell Yacht & Ship Brokers  954-525-7637, craig@ardell.com