Port Orchard ,
Boat house kept for over 20 years, featuring two staterooms and two heads and a proper ocean going galley. Powered by a well maintained Ford Lehman diesel engine. Newer Trojan golf cart batteries, Magnum inverter charger, Balmar alternator, Espar variable speed diesel heater, Instant hot water system as well as a 10 gallon AC hot water heater.Enclosed flybridge, a Vetus bow thruster and more.
|43' (13.11 meters)
Two staterooms, a large aft master with an Island bed and ensuite head.
Forward is a large V-Berth with a shared head.
The salon is large with two doors to the weather decks.
The helm is forward to starboard.
A large u-shaped galley is down to port.
- Raytheon R20XX Radar
- Garmin 185 Sounder
- Icom IC-M127 VHF
- Laptop Navigation System
- Loud Hailer with Fog Horn Function
- Two Ritchie Digital Compasses
- Raymarine L265 Sounder
- Si-Tex Navigate Repeater
- Simrad CX33 Ploter
- Kenwood CD/AM/FM Player
- Magnum 3KW Inverter/Charger
- Remoter Magnum Control Panel
- Xantrex echo-charge
- Heart Link 20 Battery Monitor
- Ample Power Smart Regulator
- Balmar High Output Alternator
- 4 Trojan L16 Golf Cart Batteries
- 1 Generator Start Golf Cart Battery
- Honda Generator with Electric Start
- Vetus Bow Thruster with Two Control Stations
- Two VacuFlush Heads
- Spare VacuFlush System
- Espar Variable Speed Airtronic Diesel Heater
- 10 Gallon AC Hot Water Tank
- Groco Pressure storage Tank
- Paloma Instant Hot Water Heater
- Princess 3 Burner Stove with Oven
- Norcold Refrigeration
- Flybridge Chest Freezer
- Tappan Microwaave
- Stainless Steel Sink
- Boat House Kept
- Transom Door
- McMurry Windlass
- 20KG Bruce Anchor with 300' Chain Rode
- Stern Anchor with Rode on Reel
- Tender Davits
- Enclosed Flybridge
- Racor Duplex Fuel Filters
- Stainless Steel Main Engine Muffler
- Propane BBQ
- Spare Anchor with Rode
- Stern Shore Line reel
- Newer Aluminum mast
- Radar Reflector
For more information about this vessel, please contact Bill Mark.
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Seattle-based yacht broker, Bill Mark cruised and lived aboard his Defever 54 for more than 18 years. His interest and love of boating began when he learned to sail on Class-A dinghies while serving in the Navy. After an honorable discharge in 1974, he moved to the Northwest, immediately buying a Hobie 16 and crewing on larger sailboats.
After a few years, he moved up to a Pearson 24 sloop and then to a Northwest 38 sloop. In 1999, he purchased his Defever 54, gaining invaluable experience with the care and operation of larger vessels. The last 12 years of his employment with the Department of the Navy found him working on various sized boats around the world, including the Arctic and special tasks for the Department of Defense (DOD).
After retiring in 1997, he worked at various marine suppliers before starting his career as a yacht broker. Bill has belonged to various yachting clubs including “Trawler Crawlers” and the “Defever Cruisers.” His enthusiasm and in-depth knowledge of sailboats, trawlers, and the live-aboard lifestyle allows him to offer great advice during the buying and selling process for both new and experienced boaters.