560 Sedan Bridge
Long Beach ,
The Sea Ray 560 Sedan Bridge is a solidly built boat with a wide beam that provides a spacious interior. She has three staterooms, two heads, and a comfortable salon inside. Outside there is a cockpit with a hydraulic swim platform, and a flying bridge with a hard top.
This boat has been owned by a UCG licensed Captain for the last six years. He has kept her well maintained, and seaworthy. Now he is moving out of state, so she is available.
Now with $25k price reduction. Call to arrange a viewing!
|LOA||58' (17.83 meters)|
Here are a few of the upgrades made by the current owner:
Bottom paint (2022)
Hydraulic swim platform also checked / serviced.
Polycarbonate enclosure on flybridge.
Fusion stereo system.
Starter motors replaced.
Engine synch & boost sensors replaced.
Exhaust elbows repaired.
Heat exchangers on both engines replaced.
(Engines have around 2,000 hours.)
· TV Set
· Cockpit Speaker
· Washing Machine
· Microwave Oven
· Electric Head
· Deep Freezer
· Battery Charger
· Bow Thruster
· Electric Bilge Pump
· Air Conditioning
· Hot Water
· Shore Power Inlet
OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT / EXTRAS
· Cockpit Cushions
· Swimming Ladder
· Cockpit Shower
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.
For more information about this vessel, please contact Tom Hugh-Jones.
We look forward to working with you!
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It was only when he came to California, land of golden sunshine and the aforementioned blonde, that he returned to boating. Since then, he has worked at Dream Catcher Yachts in Dana Point, selling new Selene Ocean Trawlers & Pacific Seacraft, and ran Mason Yachts International in Marina del Rey, before joining Denison Yacht Sales in the same harbor. Since then, he has literally written the book on boat buying. You can see it here: A Hole In The Ocean