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2009 47 (ft.) Intrepid Power Boats 475 Sport Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 90878

Price
$675,000.00
Location
Miami/ Fisher Island, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Intrepid
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2009
Category
Cruisers
Model
475 Sport Yacht
Status
Used
Length
47 (ft.)
Beam
13.67
LOA
47.5
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
F350
Number of Engines
4
Engine Type
Outboard 4 Stroke
Engine Hours
320

General Details

THIS FULLY LOADED INTREPID 475 HAS QUAD 350 YAMAHA FOUR STROKES WITH A FULL GARMIN ELECTRONICS PACKAGE, AIR CONDITIONED BRIDGE DECK, SAT TV'S NIGHT VISION, ETC.  THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO GET THE BIGGEST AND BADDEST INTREPID EVER BUILT!!

The 475 Sport Yacht is the epitome of refined luxury and magnificent comfort. And yet, there’s an unassailable confidence that any captain at the helm will feel, knowing that this sport yacht is ready and able to deliver the most exhilarating, rewarding and carefree boating experience on the water.

The helm boasts commanding views and a console with room for the latest flat-screen navigation equipment. Luxurious bridge deck lounge seating wraps around the helm, inviting easy conversation, with room for a full wet bar, standard separate drink cooler, and optional air-conditioning. Aft of the helm, 100-square-feet of wide-open space is ready to be rigged for your favorite activities – for diving, fishing, or simply for the enjoyment of a broad sundeck that is perfect for lounging.

Intrepid’s characteristic manufacturing innovations make for exceptional quality, durability and ease of operation over the long haul. The distinctive styling and sleek lines are combined with a pioneering outboard configuration that provides nearly twice as much stowage, recreational and living space as found on an inboard of similar size.

Below you’ll step into Intrepid’s largest and most luxurious master stateroom, the perfect blend of solid practicality and lavish amounts of space. The salon offers generous room for guests to congregate, with comfortable “pass-by” space. The media center accommodates the latest audio-visual systems. The head compartment boasts 6' 4" of headroom and includes a separate shower room with a stall shower or optional second head. This level of luxury is unmistakably Intrepid.

Specifications

Staterooms
The Master The master stateroom lies to port and features an athwartships queen berth and three large hullside portlights. The view out the portlights from the seated position is spectacular as you are just above the surface of the water. Imagine waking up in the morning and looking out across the harbor. Additionally, there's a counter atop two drawers that is surprisingly comfortable spot to sit and put shoes on and just get ready for night out on the town. As for headroom, it is well over 6'8" (2 m) and with 3'4" (1 m) of clearance over the berth, with extra room over your head when seated on the berth. Intrepid was still able to accommodate an overhead deck hatch that allows for ventilation as well as an emergency egress. The Guest Stateroom To starboard is a guest cabin with a second queen berth which stretches from the hull side to the bulkhead, making it a crawl-in berth. There is standing headroom at the entrance, the usual hanging locker storage and drawers, and the same overhead opening hatch. This cabin is small, but in this size and type of boat it is amazing that it is there at all.
Salon
Down below Intrepid went with an interesting design layout. Rather than the usual galley-to-one-side-dinette-to-the-other layout that we see in practically every boat of this size, Intrepid went with a very lengthy galley leading to the forward dinette. The U-shaped dinette can easily seat six large adults. An electrically actuated high-low table will allow for easy conversions to a queen berth if you happen to have six people overnighting instead of the more comfortably accommodated four.  The banquette in the bow can be as formal, or informal, depending on your mood. Note the unobtrusive A/C vents at the top of the forward bulkhead. All of the built-in furniture that you see is actually also a structural element of the monocoque hull. A surprising amount of natural light is allowed into the salon from hull-side port lights, and four opening overhead hatches. This is easily the brightest salon area I've seen in class. And the salon boasts 7' (2.13 m) of headroom which is unusual. The galley features a very large side-by-side refrigerator freezer, a single-burner stove top, a single basin stainless steel sink with a retractable cover (no worries about where to store that), and a microwave in one of the cabinets. All the drawers are lined with stainless steel and are self closing. This is an important sanitation detail.
Head
The teak and holly sole from the galley and salon continues into the head. This head features storage below and above the sink and a separate shower stall. An overhead hatch provides natural light, and ventilation. When first looking at a diagram of the 475's layout, one would assume that the head would be shoehorned into a small space but nothing could be further from the truth. This head even features a separate shower stall with teak grating, a built-in seat, and plenty of natural light and ventilation from an opening overhead hatch. There is more than enough storage for each of the overnight guests to have their own space for toiletries.
Deck
The bridge deck is up two 8" (20.3 cm) steps and has accommodations for you to hold a party here. A quick glance shows seating for eight, and very comfortable seating at that. The boat is equiped with the optional 24,000 BTU helm deck air conditioning, which is a nice touch on hot Florida days, even with the open cockpit. The vents for the helm A/C ran across the top of the entire panel not just an opening or two at the end of a hose. The L-shaped bridge deck seating is enormous for this size boat. Note the twin Stidd helm seat on a raised platform. bow thruster Fiberglass hardtop 4-sided isinglass enclosure with forward vents Powder coated bow rail and side handrails Navigation and anchor lights Cockpit bolster Cockpit aft bench seat cockpit teak floor Cockpit teak table Cable master shore cord Freshwater cockpit shower Portside dive door Freshwater wash down Helm air conditioner helm teak deck Spreader lights Hardtop lights Cockpit courtesy lights Swim platform with ladder Transom door and gate adjustable helm seat with footrests windlass with chain and rope rode Stainless steel anchor and chute Hi-lo electrically operated V-berth table
Electronics
Dual Garmin 5212 touch screen GPS Garmin GMI 10 Data Dual ACR Spotlights FLIR Night Vision Simrad AP 28 Yamaha electronic controls Icom IC-m504VHF (2) deep sea 150W under water light Clarion CMD6 stereo KVH Tracvision M5 satellite TV Direct TV satellite TV receivers
Galley
Kenyon 1-burner glasstop stove Isotherm stainless steel refrigerator/freezer microwave oven Stainless steel galley sink with retracting lid Corian counters Hot water heater Dockside water
Mechanical
(4) 350 HP yamaha Four Srokes with 320 hours Fisher Panda generator with sound shield windlass with deck footpads and helm remote Holding tank with macerator and deck pumpout Raritan electric toilet 4 automatic bilge pump Helm deck air conditioning Dual system air conditioning for cabin – 18,000 BTU (salon) 7,000 BUT (Staterooms) Kevlar hull construction
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.