Neff Yacht Sales / Used 42 foot WESMAC Flybridge Motor Yacht - LAST BOAT IV

WESMAC Flybridge

LAST BOAT IV

1999 • 42' (12.80 m) • Motor Yacht
United States • N.E. - Maine to NY

$325,000 USD

New arrival to market. Keel laid in 1999 and superstructure finished in 2002. Proven, rugged Wesmac, solid fiberglass hull, which has been a Downeast, gentleman's fishing boat. Has full amenities as a cruiser, but finished in a sport, fishing style. Not a full-finished wood interior, but rather a functional, comfortable cruising - fishing boat. Single Caterpillar 3406E diesel rated at 800 Hp with ZF gears. Northern Lights 7Kw generator powered by a Lugger diesel. Flybridge model. Master cabin forward and a twin bunk room farther aft. Full galley arrangement. Full head with shower. Spacious wheel house. Large cockpit and full flybridge
helm station. One owner boat, built for an experienced, salty fisherman.

Boat is launched with new bottom paint and is available for showing. We encourage your visit and inspection to see this no-nonsense, comfortable, seaworthy boat.

Photos (with 3- exceptions) are 2018 Current.

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Vessel Information

Builder: WESMAC
Model: Flybridge
Model Year: 1999
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Motor Yacht
Condition: Used

LOA: 42' (12.80 m)
Beam Feet: 14' (4.42 m)
Draft Feet: 4' (1.50 m)
Engine Info: 800 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Caterpillar
Staterooms: 2

Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts United States
City: Gloucester
Region: N.E. - Maine to NY
Country: United States

Current Info

New arrival to market. Built by Wesmac of Surry, Maine. Keel laid in 1999 and superstructure finished in 2002. Proven, rugged Wesmac, solid fiberglass hull, which has been a Downeast, gentleman's fishing boat. Has full amenities as a cruiser, but finished in a sport, fishing style. Not a full-finished wood interior, but rather a functional, comfortable cruising - fishing boat. Single Caterpillar 3406E diesel rated at 800 Hp with ZF gears. Northern Lights 7Kw generator powered by a Lugger diesel.

Flybridge model. Master cabin forward and a twin bunk room farther aft. Full galley arrangement. Full head with shower. Spacious wheel house. Large cockpit and full flybridge
helm station. One owner boat, built for a experienced, salty fisherman. (never commercially fished)

LAST BOAT IV has been bottom painted, detailed and now launched. This boat is ready for a new owner to purchase and use this summer. ***Boat has been detailed and
commissioned. Wesmac has been building boats between 36' and 60' for many applications; USCG, private fishing, commercial fishing and law enforcement. Recognized as no-nonsense,
blue water capable, reliable vessels.

We encourage your visit and offers.

Interior Layout

LAST BOAT IV has a door from cockpit to wheelhouse/salon on the starboard side. This space has 6' 4 to 5" headroom. Wheelhouse windows are 360 degrees and 25" high. On each side are 2 sliding windows and one permanent window. Aft bulkhead has 2 windows and one window in the door to the cockpit. Full visibility is exceptional. Three large raked windows face forward. This space is uncluttered and clean. Helm station is on the starboard side; then the four stairs to the forward section. On the port side is the open galley area below, without a bulkhead, so the cook can have complete visibility and light from the salon.

Below and forward on the starboard side is the bunk room with upper & lower berths, measuring 6'5" long and 28" wide. Forward of that is the enclosed head with head, vanity and shower. Forward is the master berth which is tucked into the port side and could be a queen or double measuring 7'6" x 7'3". The Galley is on the port side, aft of a hanging locker which separates the galley from the master berth. Wide hallway between all the spaces. The Galley is open air, meaning not enclosed from the salon area, allowing good communications between people in the salon and the cook.

Access to the engine room is through hatches in the wheelhouse/salon cabin sole. Smaller hatch for daily checking and complete hatch opening for full maintenance.

Exterior Layout

Boat has an uncluttered foredeck. Aluminum Bow railings around the deck space. Easy and safe to maneuver SIDE DECKS, with full length hand holds for going forward. Samson post installed. One hatch on foredeck over the master cabin bunk. 3 raked windows facing forward from the wheelhouse/ salon; center window can be opened.

Cockpit aft is open with full, wide coaming around. At stern the cockpit measures 11' 6" x 9' fore & aft. Rod holders are installed on both sides and the transom. Cleats installed on coaming. Cockpit sole is non-skidded. Forward in the cockpit on the port side is a wet sink, counter, storage and tackle cabinet. Offset to starboard is the ladder going up to the flybridge. Far right, is the full door with window, leading into the wheelhouse/ salon area.

Flybridge is accessed from the cockpit via a ladder. The Flybridge has a full helm station with an entry on starboard leading to the tournament seating forward of the helm. Two helm seats at the station Reversed wind screen on the leading edge of the flybridge. Aft is a mast with radar, lights, cockpit lights and antennas. Mounted on the port side is an Elliot 8-person life raft. (needs certification), EPRIB, (needs update). Over the upper helm station is a blue canvas awning. The helm station has wheel on center, gauges, compass, VHF West Marine 600 DSC radio, electrical switches, storage below and a dual lever control for Cat engine.

Galley

The Galley on this Wesmac is down, but open to the salon on the port side. 4 steps down. Counters are made of composite material and are a light brown. S/S sink, Nova Kool refrigerator, Kenmore microwave and Force 10 - 3 burner stove with oven below. Plenty of storage both below and above the countertops. Simple, spacious and open with lots of light.

Mechanical - Engine

LAST BOAT IV is powered by a Caterpillar 3406E diesel rated at 800 Hp. The engine has 2900 hours, Total Time. Approximately 825 hours SMOH. An incident occurred approximately 2008/ 09, wherein an after-cooler failed and there was a piston failure due to that. Caterpillar stood up to the failure & warranty, and the engine was broken down and Majored. No problems since and all is running Up to Specification.

Gearbox is a ZF gear ( IRM350.A2) with a 1.759 ratio. Prop is a 5-blade bronze prop, inside of a keel / skeg protected bottom. (See photo). Muffler is a Verna-Lift.

Twin Racor filters with dual-manual throw.
Battery Charger Xantrex TrueCharge 2 - 40 amp.
Path 200/ 2-12 /24V
Heart Interface 200 amp- 2 Battery Auto- Switch
Wet cell batteries 2016/2017 (1) 4D, (2) 8D house, (1) 8D Genset
Hydraulic Steering Hydro Sleeve - power assisted
Oil change System

Electrical

NORTHERN LIGHTS 7.43 Generator 7 Kw
Paneltronics 12V Electrical Panel
12V and 120V AC panel with gauges (see photo)
30-amp Shore Power cord.

Navigation Gear

Boat has (2) helm stations. Wheelhouse and Flybridge.
Garmin 3210
NorthStar 952X GPS
Simrad AP20
Furuno Color Video Sounder FCV 292
West Marine VHF 600dsc
JVC stereo

Tankage

Fuel: Diesel, (3) 200 gal. aluminum tanks. (2) wing tanks & (1) 200gal. aft tank. 600 US
gallon total.
Water: (2) 100-gallon tanks, not crossed linked.
Waste: (1) Poly 100-gallon waste tank forward.

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