Neff Yacht Sales / Used 48 foot CHB Sea Master Sundeck Motor Yacht - Fruition

CHB Sea Master Sundeck

Fruition

1987 • 48' (14.63 m) • Motor Yacht
United States

$95,000 USD

Fruition is new to the market and was on the American Greet Loop and performing well having logged some 2000 miles. Owned by a retired tug Captain and his wife, an unforeseen family event offers this "Looping" motor yacht for sale. She is a 1987 Seamaster 48 ft. motor yacht also known as a CHB 48 motor yacht. The Seamaster is a close copy of the original Hatteras 48 motor yacht built 1981-84. She has a modified-V hull with a moderate 15'4" beam, hard chines, and a shallow, full-length keel. The interior is spacious with 2 state rooms forward and aft and a midships office/stateroom. The interior has a warm look with an abundance of teak cabinetry and woodwork. Large windows provide ample light and visibility. The galley is down and includes booth style table and seating for 4 adults. This spacious interior also has three heads. The after deck is roomy and enclosed with u zip windows and sunscreens plus a wet bar. Wing doors open onto both wide side decks for easy movement forward. The fly-bridge is large, with clear enclosures, and seating for 8 adults. The vessel maintenance logs and records are available.

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Vessel Information

Builder: CHB
Model: Sea Master Sundeck
Model Year: 1987
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Motor Yacht
Condition: Used

LOA: 48' (14.63 m)
Beam Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Draft Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Engine Info: 375 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Caterpillar
Staterooms: 4

Location: Chesapeake, Virginia United States
City: Chesapeake
Country: United States

MAIN DESCRIPTION

Fruition is new to the market and was on the American Greet Loop and performing well having logged some 2000 miles. Owned by a retired tug Captain and his wife, an unforeseen family event offers this "Looping" motor yacht for sale. She is a 1987 Seamaster 48 ft. motor yacht also known as a CHB 48 motor yacht. The Seamaster is a close copy of the original Hatteras 48 motor yacht built 1981-84. She has a modified-V hull with a moderate 15'4" beam, hard chines, and a shallow, full-length keel. The interior is spacious with 2 state rooms forward and aft and a midships office/stateroom. The interior has a warm look with an abundance of teak cabinetry and woodwork. Large windows provide ample light and visibility. The galley is down and includes booth style table and seating for 4 adults. This spacious interior also has three heads. The after deck is roomy and enclosed with u zip windows and sunscreens plus a wet bar. Wing doors open onto both wide side decks for easy movement forward. The fly-bridge is large, with clear enclosures, and seating for 8 adults. The vessel maintenance logs and records are available.

FRUITION ACCOMMODATIONS

The forward stateroom offers upper and lower berths stacked to port and followed aft by a hanging locker; several drawers are to starboard. There is a guest head aft to starboard. There are opening port-lights and an overhead hatch.
The dinette is next aft to starboard with a high low table with natural lighting from the overhead salon windows and opening ports. Across to port is a nice galley with a standard sized refrigerator freezer. Also, a full-sized microwave, toaster oven and stove with oven.
Up three steps to the large and open salon featuring and abundant casual seating movable coffee table and storage cabinets in the salon with rugs and curtains.
Aft and down one passes the laundry center on the way to the portside office configured stateroom opposite the guest head.
Next aft is the master stateroom with a center line queen berth, private head with very large shower stall, three hanging lockers and ample drawer storage.
The aft deck is under a hardtop with table and chairs, wing doors and a wet bar. This is the focal point for entertainment. The area is fully enclosed with a large wet bar, and ice maker. The aft deck and Fly-bridge have nonskid decks. Both the Fly-bridge and aft deck have full Isinglass enclosures with U-Zips
The spacious Fly bridge is four steps up from the aft deck with a center-line helm and lots of guest seating.
The boat deck is aft of the fly-bridge and covers the aft deck. Here one finds a Stainless dinghy davit with electric wench and chocks for a Achilles dinghy.
The side decks are very wide and lead from the aft deck, through wing doors, to the fore-deck where there are three large dock box storage containers.
TO VIEW 360 PICTURES CUT AND PASTE TO BROWSER: These 360 pictures bring the standard pictures into perspective.

Galley

Fly bridge

Forward stateroom

Master stateroom

Engine room

Office

Galley

The galley is down to port and forward. It is open overhead to the forward salon windows. There is a teak parquet, laminate cabinet tops and built in microwave. Across is a large dinette, that will convert to a berth.

  • Galley Maid Princess 3 Burner stove with oven
  • 18CF Frigidaire 120v double door refrigerator/freezer
  • Kenmore dish washer
  • Equator EZ-3600 combo washer/dryer (aft stateroom companionway)
  • Double well deep stainless-steel sink
  • Toaster oven
  • Stainless Propane grill located on sundeck

ELECTRONICS & HELM

Electronics & Helm
Electronics and Navigation
Fly bridge gauges are in standard Seamaster instrumentation panel with Plexiglas hinged cover to protect form elements.
Instruments/controls: stainless steel spoke wheel - Morse (dual lever) mechanical
throttle and shift controls - analog instruments including Tach, volts, engine oil pressure, engine temperature, and turbo boost pressure gauges - miscellaneous 12VElectronics, NAV equipment:(bridge) include:

  • Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF marine radio w/DSC
  • Garmin GPS/Map 4210 Touch Screen color chart plotter
  • Garmin GSD22 depth monitor
  • Furuno NAVnet 48 NM monochrome radar w/open array
  • Robertson/Simrad AP20 Autopilot
  • 4" Ritchie magnetic compass w/sun screen

ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS, FUEL

Twin Caterpillar 3208TA (advertised 375 HP) - Turbo-after-cooled inboard V-8 diesel engines:
Engine hours (indicated): port 6945 - starboard 6927- Engine serial Nos.: port 01Z09335 - Stbd. 01Z09300

Engines secured to heavy duty steel frames bolted to the longitudinal stringers with cushioned adjustable mounts, amidships below the salon. Normal engine compartment access under hinged steps between the galley and dinette; covered hatches above engines in the salon sole.
Engines/transmissions: Twin Dicc Marine model MG-507-1 reverse reduction gear direct drive inboard transmissions.

Transmission serial numbers: port 5X1455 - starboard 5X1458 - Gear ratio: 1.72:1
Transmissions fitted with bolt-on steel couplers connected to (estimated 2") stainless steel shafts, passing through standard pressurized FRP and bronze stuffing boxes fitted with w/fiber packings and bronze HEX nut type compression fitting.
Diesel fuel system: equipped with (4) black iron fuel
tanks; (2) secured outward of the engines and (2) below the aft bed (590 total gallons reported) remote Racor primary fuel filters/water separators and on engine canister type secondary filters. Fuel tank level gauges helm, sight fuel level tubes on main tanks - fuel shut off and selector valves installed on bulkheads near the fueltanks - fuel tank fill fittings on the aft deck and on the side decks, all marked for DIESEL - standard tank vents with thru-hull fittings at hull sides.
Cooling systems: Sea water and coolant (closed) hardware - bronze thru-hull fittings with bronze ball valve seacocks and bronze/glass, in-line strainers on engine heat exchangers/reservoirs with remote coolant discharge - standard CAT Turbo-after-coolers w/fabric type air intake filters

Lubrication system: Standard CAT lube oil system w/on engine spin-on canister type oil filters and standard plumbing.
Exhaust system: Marinized wet exhaust system with; steel risers, steel and FRP ducts - reinforced rubber elbows and exhaust hoses w/double stainless-steel clamps - thru-transom exhaust discharge ports at the water line.
Compartment ventilation and auxiliary heating: (4) 120V & 12V compartment
blowers and hull side ambient air vents w/water catch boxes - portable 120V heaters for winter storage.
Generator:
NOR-PRO model 15NY - 120/240 volt 50 Amp 15 KW diesel powered generator
engine Hrs. (indicated on hour meter): 1974.9. Genset engine SN: 71661
Genset (installed 2008 per on board records) in a insulated Quiet Box on equipment shelf forward of the starboard engine. Unit is sea water cooled with 115V electric seawater pump and closed reservoir type cooling system with on unit heat exchanger.

Fruition Ground Tackle

Ground tackle

  • 65# Hooker fluke with 150' of 3/8" chain
  • 66# Lewmar claw with 40' of 5/16" chain & 90? of 3/4? nylon rode
  • 25# Danforth with 15' of 5/16" chain and 100' of 5/8" nylon rode
  • 12V LoFrans Tigress capstan windlass w/chain gypsy, hand crank, helm and deck control switches dedicated battery charger.
  • prefabricated Mantus anchor bridle of 1" nylon and heavy chafe protection
  • numerous 3/4"& 5/8"dock lines
  • numerous miscellaneous size and type vinyl fenders,
  • (4) in s/s bow racks

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Bridge and sun deck enclosures w/screens and shades (new 2016)
  • (estimated 1000 Lb.) aluminum swing arm dinghy davit w/120V power winch
  • wet bar w/storage and U-Line 120V ice maker
  • portable s/s boarding ladders w/teak steps
  • s/s Magma LPG Party grill w/rail mount
  • Shakespeare TV antenna
  • (4) stainless steel fender racks secured to bow rails
  • 12V & 120V outlets - chart light -deck courtesy lighting
  • deck wash down system and dockside water fitting
  • windshield and miscellaneous equipment covers
  • high end patio furniture
  • (3) FRP deck boxes
  • 3" teak staff w/US flag
  • aluminum boat hooks and brush
  • miscellaneous spare parts and shore power cable adapters
  • all weather bridge and aft deck carpet

Entertainment Systems:

12 volt DC systems: the main 12V DC system is supplied by engine 90 amp
alternators and (3) 12V commercial 8D, 1100 CCA wet cell batteries secured in
battery boxes in the engine compartment. The deck winch is powered is powered by
(1) 31 series, 1000 CCA AGM battery secured below the V-berth. DC system also
equipped with; system volt and amp meters, plus engine volt meters - (1) Xantrex
XC-5012, 50 amp marine battery charger - (1) Pro Mariner ProSport 6, 6 amp marine
battery charger - (4) manual operated master battery disconnect switches -
trip free circuit breakers and in line fuses. The
main DC distribution panel is installed in the salon, sub panels installed on the bridge and in the engine compartment.

Inverter system: 120V auxiliary AC power supplied by a portable Cen-Tech 2000/4000 inverterlocated in a salon compartment.

120/240 volt, 50 & 30 Amp AC systems:
Shore power systems equipped with (1) 50' 50 amp shore power cable secured to weather boat side
fitting at the port hull side. The main AC service panel is located in the salon, and equipped with; system volt and amp meters, polarity indicators, trip-free main and sub-system circuit breakers, SHIP to SHORE system change-over switch. AC system
also equipped with; port or starboard shore power inlets w/change-over switches -
sub panel with circuit breakers and inverter selection switch.

WATER & WASTE

Potable water system: Hot/cold pressurized potable water system fitted with; (2) (reported 190 gallons total) potable water tanks
120V Reem 15 gallon hot water heater
Jabsco 12V 4.3 GPM fresh water pump w/integral pressure switch, line strainer, cartridge filter - PVC plastic plumbing, copper tubing and Nylon reinforced Mylar hose.
Original CHB 70 gallon Poly coated s/s tank on center line in the engine compartment was replaced with 2 35 gal. polyethylene tanks and a 2nd original water tank integral to the hull below the aft stateroom sole is abandon do to leakage; a water tank level monitor is in the galley, dock side water fitting at port side of the deck - tank fill fitting at the port hull side marked
for WATER. The owner has a water bladder with pump when more than 70 gal. of water is necessary but this is rarely used.
Black & gray water waste systems: Marine heads connected primarily for
holding tank or (optional) overboard discharge. Black water system fitted with; (1) (reported 50 gallon) FRP holding tank, "Y" valves and 12V macerator pumps - pump out fitting on the port side deck, marked for WASTE
Sinks drain directly overboard via thru-hull fittings; showers and AC condensate
drains to gray plastic water sumps located in the forward and aft bilges.
Sumps fitted with 12V Rule sump pumps w/float switches.

DISCLAIMER

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.

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