- New Garmin GPS
- Ray Marine ST8001 Smart Auto Pilot
- Side Power bow thruster
- Hailer w/ forward & aft facing speakers
- VHF radio Riva
- Speed indicator Riva
- Depth indicator Riva
- White Star compass
- Clarion AM/FM
- VDO anchor remote
- Furuno LC-90
The master stateroom has its own private stairway from the aft section of the main salon, with another stairway forward to the other two cabins. The master has a walk around queen berth and is designed as is the rest of the boat in clean modern lines. There is a custom vanity with marble top dresser and drawers to the aft, a hanging locker and more drawers to starboard. There are night tables with marble tops to either side of the bed. The ensuite master bath with stall shower has a drop down Rosewood cover over the toilet and bidet.
Two guest cabins are located in the forward section of the boat, with their own separate stairway leading to them. This stairway curves downward to a circular hallway that is open above to the helm area, letting in natural light. A VIP stateroom is here with a centerline queen berth and has an ensuite head and shower. The other cabin has upper and lower single berths for the most versatility for guests, with a head and shower that doubles as the day head.
The compact galley has extensive stainless steel features with under counter refrigeration with stainless interior, a stainless top stove, stainless sink and counter top. Included with the boat is a set of Riva cutlery and Riva rosential china.
- Dual stainless steel sink and stainless steel counter tops
- Twin stainless steel refrigerators, custom
- Drop in freezer, custom
- Range 2 burner and cook plate
- Alpes oven
- Wood Cabinets lacquer finished
- Large storage cabinet next to galley on starboard side
- Pull-out working surface in galley
In the bow of the boat accessible by a deck hatch, is a crew cabin for two with twin single berths, pull out sink and head. This makes a great storage area if the space is not needed or for overflow of children.
Flybridge and Decks
The side decks to walk to the bow are wider than typically found on boats of this style. The stainless rails are high enough to give a secure feeling when moving to the bow, and the cleats are large to handle larger dock lines. Built into the rails are fender storage racks to both sides of the bow. Forward is a large windlass with a chain gypsy plus two capstans to handle lines. There is a large sun pad on the foredeck.
Very unusual for a boat built at this time is the striking stainless steel window frame for the front windshield, wrapping all the way around to the side windows of the main salon.
For boarding from the stern is a hydraulic passerelle that extends to the dock and rises up and down for the tide, and the same passerelle is used to lift the tender into the water.
On the back deck to the port side is a warping winch. This electric winch can make adjusting dock lines very easy.
The back deck has entrance gates form both port and starboard sides in addition to the passerelle at the stern. The deck itself has been covered with rubber padding that is cooler to bare feet and easy to maintain. Most of the deck is under the cover of the flybridge deck and an additional awning completely covers the deck from the hot sun. There is a table and chairs for snacks and dining outside. The aft deck is covered with Seadeck, a rubber non-skid surface.
The flybridge has lowered seating to keep the profile of the boat lower for a sleeker look and to keep the center of gravity lower for a more comfortable ride. After coming onto the flybridge from the back deck ladder, you step down to the seating area with two bench seats set up like a car with one forward at the hem and the other behind that. There are full rails around the flybridge and an out of date life raft. The Bimini top extends from over the front windshield all the way to the radar arch well behind the seating area. At the helm seat is a refrigerator.
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.