Refurbished inside and out this 480 Dancer is truly one of one. Her inviting two-cabin/two-head layout offers a massive salon with large galley all made possible by a palatial 15foot beam. Whether entertaining afternoon guests or overnighting for the weekend your stay is made comfortable by the 3-zone reverse cycle heat & air conditioning system. The ship's inverter powered by the massive 24volt battery bank ensures you can live off the hook for days on end.
At the time the 480 was the largest Sundancer Sea Ray built. Hull #6 built at the Palm Coast site has been kept up with an open checkbook by the current owner for the past 22years. And it shows. In 2008 she was re-powered by digital fuel-injected Cummins 550s along with all-new running gear. Her mains (under 400hrs) and generator were both fully serviced June 2022. Remote-operated FreedomLift davit system also included.
Full service records available upon request
|LOA||56' (16.97 meters)|
|Engine Model||QSC 8.3L|
|Engine Model||QSC 8.3L|
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Nick was first bitten by the boating bug as a 12-year-old, racing (and capsizing) El Toros on Capitol Lake in Olympia, Washington. While he didn't grow up heavily entrenched in boating, that didn't dissuade Nick from skiing the lake or cruising the Puget Sound every chance he could get. Nick graduated from WSU with an advertising degree in 2004. Go Cougs! During his junior year abroad in Barcelona, Nick met his future wife, who grew up in San Francisco. He then followed her to San Francisco after graduation to pursue a career in mortgage sales.
He enjoyed years of success and self-preservation but avoided getting involved with his in-laws' business, who founded City Yachts & KKMI Boat Yards. Eventually, all that changed when the 34th America's Cup came to town. Nick had to be a part of the action and get involved the only way he knew how. He traded his calculator for a pair of Sperrys and started selling yachts for the family business. Mentored by some of the industry's finest, Nick has been building trust for his clients at City Yachts as well as St. Francis and San Francisco Yacht Clubs since 2012.
His infectious energy and easy communication style are well-received by anyone in his orbit. The strength and integrity of personal connection are vital elements of how Nick approaches his personal and professional life. It is this approach that has earned Nick the opportunity to be a mouthpiece for many yacht builders and brand retailers to expand product presence on the San Francisco Bay, all while growing City Yachts' sales volume every year since 2012.
As a father to two young boys, he loves teaching future leaders the subtle art of sailing aboard their restored Cal 20. Coming from a family who owns multiple boats, a fuel dock, a yacht brokerage, and two boat yards, Nick has an all-encompassing knowledge when it comes to yacht transactions. Whether your passion is power or sail, entrust Nick as your ally in the sale or acquisition of your fine yacht. Be sure to give Nick two short blasts if you spot him donning his flight suit during the Blue Angels.