85' / 25.91m

Acapulco Mexico
Andyker, an 85’ aluminum yachtfish motor yacht, was built by the Inace yard in Brazil in 2000. She has accommodation for 8 guests and 2 crew.
Flag of Registry: Virgin Islands, British
Motor Yachts
Aluminum Hull
HIN/IMO: 137IM2003
Vessel ID# 2790047
$949,000 USD
€881,193 Euros
CA$1,281,230 CAD
£764,322 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 85' (26.01 meters)
Type power
Year 2000
Beam 22'
Draft Max 4'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Aluminum

Engine 1

I D 121814
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model 3412
Engine Year 2000
Power HP 1450.00

Engine 2

I D 121815
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model 3412
Engine Year 2000
Power HP 1450.00

Generator 1

I D 6901
Generator Make Northern Lights
Generator KW 15.00

Generator 2

I D 6902
Generator Make Northern Lights
Generator KW 15.00
Full Details


All cabins are en suite with Beamis toilets

  • Master
  • Guest I
  • Guest II
  • Guest Twin

Main Salon

The main salon is spacious with elegant appointments. There are two U shaped settees across from each other.  Forward, to port is a large dining table seating 8 and to starboard is a wet bar with a sink and small under-counter fridge.

  • 40” TV
  • Bose stereo system
  • Clarion stereo


The galley has a double sink, granite counters.

  • Kitchen Aid electric stove, four burner and oven
  • GE Spacemaker microwave
  • LG refrigerator/freezer model GC-B397TGH
  • Newair countertop ice maker
  • Whirlpool dishwasher
  • Garbage disposal
  • LG portable vacuum
  • Bosch Axxis washer/dryer

Engine and Mechanical

Twin Caterpillar 750 hp diesel engines give Andyker a cruising speed of 22 knots and maximum speed of 25 knots.

  • 2 X Transmission reduction gear  ZF model BW195
  • Dual Racor filters on each main engine. 
  • Aqua Air air conditioning with 2 compressors
  • Bow thruster, Hydra Power Systems Inc
  • Stabilizers – Naiad Marine Roller Control Systems
  • Oil pressure, temperature, and high bilge water alarms

Electrical Equipment


  • 2 x Northern Lights 15 kw
  • One Racor filter for each generator motor.


  • 6 X 8D, one each for generator, two each for main engine motors
  • 2x 50 amp shore power cords, 50’ each
  • 200 amp Walker Industries galvanic isolator



  • VHF: Icom IC-M602
  • SSB: Icom M-700Pro
  • Radar: Simrad NX-40
  • GPS: Garmin 721XS
  • Chart Plotter:  Garmin 721XS
  • Computer Navigation Software: Garmin 721XS
  • Depth Sounder: Garmin ingtegrated
  • Speed indicator: Garmin 721XS
  • Autopilot:  Simrad AP28
  • Compass: Ritchie 12 cm.


  • Engine Controls: Caterpillar instruments and Kobel throttle controls
  • Compass: Ritchie 12 cm.
  • VHF: Icom  IC-504
  • Radar: Simrad NX40
  • GPS: Garmin 740S
  • GPS Chart Plotter:  Garmin 740S
  • Computer Navigation Software:  Garmin 740S
  • Wind Indicator: Jastram
  • Depth Sounder: Garmin Integrated
  • Speed Indicator:  GPS Garmin
  • Autopilot: Simrad AP-28
  • Bow Thruster controls: Naiad
  • Stabilizer Controls: Naiad Marine Systems
  • Sony DVD/CD/AM/FM/I-pod/MP3
  • Small Frigidaire cooler

Deck EQuipment

  • Muir electric windlass
  • 200 kg anchor on 400’ of ½” chain
  • 26 lb Danforth anchor for dinghy


  • 4 electric automatic Rule 3200 bilge pumps located in forward bilge: 2 in engine room fore and aft of motors, one in aft generator room, one in crew quarters.
  • Baldor 100 gpm crash pump
  • Personal Flotation Devices:6 child Type II
  • 14 adult Type II
  • 6 Adult Type IV
  • 2 x 24” life rings
  • Flares
  • Fire extinguishers: Two 84.1 kg CO2 cylinders in engine room
  • Smoke Alarms: 3, 1 in galley, 2 in suites


  • Boston Whaler 2006 with 40 hp Mercury
  • Zodiac 310, new 2014
  • 6 hp Mercury outboard


  • Yamaha personal watercraft GP1300 R


For more information about this vessel, please contact John DeCaro.
We look forward to working with you!

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John DeCaro

1005 Marina Mile Blvd
Suite #444
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33315 United States
Cell: 1-954-646-1411

Earning a 500-Ton US Coast Guard Masters License, John has spent 18 years enjoying a life around the ocean, logging over 80,000 nautical miles of experience. John has sailed on every ocean in the world. "To be a competent captain, you have to have total knowledge of the yacht. The first job I earned money for in yachting was cleaning the bottom of a 90' schooner in St. Thomas harbor. I worked my way up from there and have worked in every position on a boat including chef and engineer." For many years John ran his own business delivering yachts, managing projects and working in systems integration in AutoCAD prior to his brokerage career, which has kept him hopping the globe for the past 14 years.