80' / 24.38m

San Diego , California , United States
The Sunset Rendezvous is considered one of the most luxurious commercial yachts in San Diego Bay, with her classic and well-appointed interior, outdoor fly bridge, sundeck and spacious bow. At 80 feet long, and full indoor climate controlled main decks with middle quarters, the Sunset Rendezvous has
Flag of Registry: United States
Motor Yachts
Aluminum Hull
Vessel ID# 2796641


Transferable slip that allows you to charter from beautiful San Diego
Great Charter Business
40 Person Coast Guard Inspection
$399,000 USD
€370,491 Euros
CA$538,683 CAD
£321,353 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 80' (24.38 meters)
Type power
Year 1979
Beam 18'
LWL 74'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Aluminum

Engine 1

I D 136697
Engine Make GM
Engine Model 8V-92 TI Diesels
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 650.00
Power KW 484.71
Fuel Type Diesel

Engine 2

I D 136698
Engine Make GM
Engine Model 8V-92 TI Diesels
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 650.00
Power KW 484.71
Fuel Type Diesel

Generator 1

I D 8836
Generator KW 10.00

Generator 2

I D 8837
Generator KW 20.00
Full Details




The Euro transom features an extra-long swim platform with port and starboard stairways leading up to converge on a center entrance, fold-aside door, accessing the fully enclosed and air-conditioned Aft Deck.

On the aft deck to port, facing forward, is a full bartender’s L-shaped bar with three stools. The professional bar features a refrigerator, ice maker, sink and built-in blender and dispensers. Its counter is marble with a leather bolster. To the starboard and directly across from the bar, is a U-shaped, camel-colored settee with cocktail table and lots of decorative throw pillows. Going forward from the aft deck, through the open doorway in the center of an all-glass bulkhead, one enters the Main Salon, which is open to the dining salon forward. The color scheme here is gold and lively blues against all teak woodwork, which is in excellent condition throughout. The immediate port and starboard sides of the salon, feature L-shaped, neutral-colored leather settees. The port is the larger of the two and features a stylish wood and glass cocktail table and is framed by select antique side tables accessorized in brass nautical items and plenty of blue and neutral throw pillows. The smaller starboard settee actually wraps around the stairway to the Owner’s and Guest cabins. Forward of this settee, along the starboard side of the salon is the handsome, counter-height teak entertainment center with everything tastefully built-in flush. Forward of the salon, on the port side and center of the room, is the very tasteful and comfortable Dining Salon, incorporating a large table with four upholstered chairs trimmed in teak, and a large settee installed at an angle to the forward and starboard bulkheads. The arrangement is “totally neat” and roomy. The area also features an art alcove behind the center of the dining settee, with indirect lighting provided by an unusual window within the alcove, itself.

Walking forward from the dining salon, along the starboard side of the boat, you will find the main entrance foyer to the boat, which includes an on-deck Powder Room, trimmed in neutral-colored marbles and stone, and featuring an antique, chapel-top mirror.

Forward from the day head area is the all-teak Pilothouse and watch settee. Teak sole new 2003. This area is surprisingly uncluttered for a boat of this age, and still appears fresh.

There is plenty of flat charting area, and unusually deep windows, allowing for excellent visibility. The pilothouse has port and starboard doors, which access the side decks, and a stairway to the flybridge. Again, the area looks new and is very clean.

From the winding staircase in the aft starboard corner of the salon, one descends into the Foyer of the Master and Guest Staterooms. Aft is the unusually large Master Stateroom with its original teak woodwork, in beautiful condition.

On the starboard side of this room is the athwartship king-size berth with generous-size end tables and lamps. The bedspread is a quilted antique white, which matches the drapes and accessories. All the way aft is a chest of drawers, built into a mirrored alcove. The port side of the room is given to the vanity and extensive drawer storage. Also on the port side, forward, is the ensuite Master Head with its marble and stone trim and extra-long counter. The tub/shower combination is large and roomy. The walk-in wardrobe is to the starboard forward corner of the room and is well lit and cedar lined.

Proceeding forward from the foyer, one faces 2 identical port and starboard Guest Staterooms. These staterooms feature standard twin berths and ensuite heads with large counters and glass-door showers.

Sunset Rendezvous is a one-of a kind Broward layout, which features a windowed doghouse in front of the houseboat styled main deck. This type of styling allows the salon and dining spaces of a much larger boat. The area is just three steps down from the starboard side of the pilothouse, and accommodates the Galley and Dinette, similar to many Hatteras vessels, but much larger and brighter. The windows are over-size and afford excellent visibility, even from a seated position.

Galley equipment includes Modern Maid electric stove with oven and exhaust fan, GE double door refrigerator with water and ice through the door, GE compactor, Kenmore microwave, GE compactor, sink, marble counters, washer/dryer, 25-gallon water heater.

Forward of this area and down four steps is the redesigned Crew Quarters.


The area accommodates 2 crew with over-size upper and lower berths and their own ensuite head w/separate shower. Here also, you will find the Coast Guard Certified collision bulkhead not found on any other standard Broward.


Gross Tonnage: 98

Net Tonnage: 79

Displacement Tons: 165,000 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 8,706 Liters 2,300 Gallons 

Holding Tanks: 568 Liters 150 Gallons

Fresh Water Capacity: 3,028 Liters 800 Gallons


Main Engines:

Twin GM 8V-92 TI Diesels – 650 HP

Glendinning synchronizers

Bennett trim tabs

Wilcox Sea Brace stabilizers

Panish engine controls

Hydraulic wheel steering

2 spare propellers

Automatic Halon fire control system

8-zone air conditioning

150-gallon waste holding tank

All suggested routine maintenance has been done by /supervised by our Coast Guard certified captain since acquisition in November 2004.

Engine Hours: Port: Approximately 4000 hours Starboard: Approximately 4000 hours



10 KW & 20 KW


2 Danforth compasses

Freeman 500 autopilot w/remote

Furuno 48-mile radar w/proximity alarm

Northstar Loran

Furuno GP70 Mark II GPS

M125 VHF

Sea 156 VHF

Icom IC-M700 SSB

Kenyon speed/distance log

Datamarine Navigator speed/distance log

Bogen intercom w/hands free microphone

Shakespeare antennas

Raytheon 350 hailer

Kenyon Anemometer

Chronometer & Barometer

Shipmate RS-5900 chart plotter

Datamarine depth indicator

Rudder angle indicator

3 TVs

5 AM/FM stereos

1 cassette deck


Stereo speakers throughout

Cellular phone

Electrical System

12-& 24-volt DC system

120-& 240-volt AC system

10 KW & 20 KW generators

Lead acid batteries

Master battery switch

Polarity test

La Marche charger

2 isolation transformers

2 50-amp shore power cords

Circuit breaker panel

Lightning arrest

Deck and Hull

Ideal electric windlass

2 anchors

Transom gate

Euro-style swim platform

Life rails w/gates (USCG certified)

Fenders and dock lines

Running lights

Anchor light

2 one-mile manual searchlights

Kahlenberg air horns

Dunnage boxes on flybridge and foredeck


Coast Guard certified to carry 40 passengers for hire, with structural modifications to include the forward collision bulkhead. Current Certificates and USCG documentation are displayed in the pilothouse.


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

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Joaquin Genrich

Sales Broker
4960 North Harbor Drive
Suite 100
San Diego California 92106 United States
Cell: +1 760 912 2111

Joaquin grew up in San Diego, CA and started in executive management for musicians and celebrities for 16 years. With a passion for good food and wine he took a position as a Resort Manager at La Costa Resort.

His yachting career began working in Mallorca managing and selling yachts, and charters. While in Mallorca he also enjoyed restoring yachts and exotic cars.

Most recently he came to Fraser after working as a Yacht broker for Ensign International Yachts, in San Diego, CA. Upon joining Ensign International Yachts he quickly climbed to the head of their team as their lead sales person and producer for the last year.