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38' 1972 Duncan Marine Garden Seal

38' 1972 Duncan Marine Garden Seal

$165,000

Sausalito, California

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Please call boat owner Robert at 415-310-eight eight six six. William Garden's beautiful flush deck cutter rigged double ender. This boat is a South Pacific veteran exquisitely maintained and ready to go again. Reveille listing notes, Boat name: Reveille, Documention: 568543. Specifications: Builder: Duncan Marine Engineering, Year: 1972, Hull Material: Fiberglass, Deck material: 1” marine plywood, fiberglass, 1” teak decking, Spars: Sitka Spruce, Designer: William Garden, Model: Garden Seal, Keel: Full, LOD: 38 feet, LOA: 50 feet, LWL: 30 feet, Draft: 6 feet, Displacement: 38000 pounds, Keel: 9000 pounds lead in keel, Mast Height: 57 feet, Engine: Volvo MD-22A (1999), Engine type: Diesel, Engine hours: 1960. Tanks: Fuel: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons & 35 gallons plus 28 gallon SS daytank, Water: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons and 35 gallons, Holding tank: 15 gallons Nauta flexible rubber, Filters: Fuel: Racor 500, Water: Charcoal filter on galley cold water. Pumps: Manual 8” Whale bilge pump in cockpit, Manual 12 “ Whale bilge pump in salon, Electric Rule 2000 automatic bilge pump, Electric sump pump for shower sump, Jabsco macerating pump for holding tank. Electrical: Batteries: 2 each 4D house batteries (180 amp hours each), 1 engine starting, battery, Alternators: Large frame Balmar 120 amp and standard 60 amp, Solar panel: 80 watt for bilge pump, Magnum Energy Inverter/battery charger, Breaker panels: 3 DC and 1 AC Marinetics (new 2005). Instruments: Nav Station: Raymarine C90W radar/chartplotter with US/Mex charts, Icom M710, SSB transceiver with AT120 antenna tuner, Shakespear SE2519 VHF, ICOM, handheld VHF, Plastimo compass. Cockpit: Raymarine ST60 Wind, Speed, Depth and Multi, Raymarine ST4000, Autopilot, Richie Compass, Fusion stereo control, Volvo panel meter and Morse engine control. Dinghy: Achilles 8’ RIB with Yamaha 9 point 9 HP outboard. Life raft: Viking 6-person offshore. Topside Bow to Stern: All SS tube bow pulpit, bowsprit refinished in 2013, Harken roller furling, Maxwell 2200 horizontal electrical windlass, 2 35lb CQR, 200 ft 5/16” BBB chain, 200’ braided nylon rode, Viking life raft , spruce mast (rebuilt in 2009), two SS 16 and one SS22 winches on the mast for halyards, storm trysail track on mast, spreader lights, steaming light, masthead multi unit – strobe, anchor light and tricolor, light board running lights, teak ratlines to the spreaders and mast steps to the top, deck rings for dinghy tiedown over butterfly hatch, hard dodger, solar panel for bilge pump, cockpit stereo control and Bose 151 speakers, two main SS28 winches for jib, two small SS22 winches for staysail, Harken main sheet traveler, custom designed pushpit, Monitor Wind vane steering, insulated backstay, 45 lb Danforth anchors on the stern rigged with 150 ft of nylon rode. Covers for hatches (3), sails (2) toerails (2), binnacle, tiller, rudder with steps, dodger windows. Sail inventory: main Lidgard (1999), staysail Shattauer (1996) and jib North Sails(2005) (all serviced by North Sails in 2011), new North sails gennaker(2010), storm jib, storm trysail, storm 18 ft diameter sea anchor. Running rigging for all sails. Accomodations: Starting forward is a Chain locker, followed by a king size v-berth with large storage forward and two lockers aft, locker for engine spares, below deck locker, shelves, closing solid teak door. Next aft to starboard is hanging locker – double wide closet with shelves for spares. To port is a large head with hand shower, four storage lockers, Jabsco electric head(2013) and lights. Next is the main salon with two pilot berths, two settees and table, four large storage lockers under berths and settees, two small lockers forward, Fusion stereo system with iPod capability, Sony PS3 (blue ray disc player), Epson projector video system with screen (stowable) for offshore work, wine rack. New ultrasuede upholstery. Main salon had a Dickenson Propane Cabin heater. Next aft to port is the galley with double deep SS sinks, new Sea Frost fridge/freezer(2012) with air/water option for heat dump, new Force 10 3-burner stove(2011), chopping block fridge hatch, seven storage lockers around galley on top, two storage lockers below, LED red/white counter light. To starboard is the Nav station with new Raymarine RD418D radar/ C90W chart plotter with latest US and Caribbean charts(2012), ICOM M710 SSB with AT120 antenna tuner, Shakespear SE2510 VHF, ICOM Handheld VHF, breaker panel new breakers in 2009, Magnum inverter/charger, Heart battery monitor. Additional: Additional covers: Full winter cover for boat, offshore covers for settee cushions and nav station cushions. Covers for all teak deck hatches, windlass, winches and sails, dorade boxes. Sun awning, lee cloths and other covers included. Magna BBQ. Spare parts: 2 electric bilge pumps, fresh water pump, shower sump pump, rebuild kits for both manual bilge pumps, engine belts, oil and fuel filters, shaft zincs, spreader, shrouds and fittings. .

1988 Antigua 66

1988 Antigua 66

$160,000

Miami, Florida

Year 1988

Make Antigua

Model 66

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 44'

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1988 Antigua 66 44 Sapphire  Year: 1988 Current Price: $165,000 Located in Palm Beaches, FL Hull material: Fiberglass Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel/Yanmar 66 AYK44012H788 Worldwide Cruising boat!   Full equipped with all the necessary to travel around the world Designed for comfort and safety with all the extra and options. Draft 5.5 ideal for shallow draft waters.   INFLATABLE DINGY Desired Roll up inflatable dingy with inflatable keel. Purchased 9/9/2013 ID/ Serial #: WMPW6151D313 Model Name: MS-275 Model Year: 2013 Type of Boat: Inflatable Hull Material: PVC Length: 9 Beam: 5 West Marine SB 275 wood floor roll up Model # 14272462      9 length      $949.00 Up to 8 HP Outboard. Inflatable keel Port Supply discount $50.00 approx.   Present Dingy 2006 AVON RIB Hypalon Fabric GB AVB 400 94B 202 Rover 2.60 Lite Date of Purchase: 2008 Price: $2,100.00 Present Outboard Motor 2010 4 HP Mercury Serial # OR 151 395; Model # ME 4M 4ST Type of Fuel: Gas Date of Purchase: 2010 Price: $950.00 SAPPHIRE SPARE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT Dehumidifier (GE / model ADEL 50LRL2) Microwave (GE) Refrigerator and freezer. Box lazerete and outside:  Four (4) large fenders. Grill (model MAGNA) Propane (2 tanks for the grill) Outboard motor - Mercury -  (easy lift - four stroke) Dingy (pump and its anchor) Manual bilge pump (3) Cockpit Misc. shore power fittings  (2) hand flares kits  (2) signal horn. First aid kit (1) 30 amp short power cord  (20) 50 amp shore power cord  (2) are 25 ft long and (2) fishing poles UNDER AFT BED PORTSIDE Fuel Filters, Oil Filters 3 Spare Alternator  Spare Water Pumps  Spare Cutlass Bearing  Spare Main Bilge Aux Pump 1 Spare Sea Water Yanmar Pump Impellers 3 Fan Belts 1 Heads spare parts 1 Boat spare parts 1 AFT BED Television1 UNDER PORT SALON SEAT Boxes containing Boat Fittings  Shackles 1 Box hand tools 1 SALON CLOSET FORE CABIN Spare Fisherman Anchor 1 Sheets, blankets 1  Avon Inflatable Dingy (for security storage) 1  SALON PORT SIDE INSIDE CABINETE  Television 1  UNDER CENTER SALON SEAT A

2003 Robertson & Caine Leopard

2003 Robertson & Caine Leopard

$259,000

Miami Beach, Florida

Year 2003

Make Robertson & Caine

Model Leopard

Category -

Length 47'

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2003 Robertson & Caine Leopard This is a great example of the best Leopard model ever produced. She is sturdy, roomy and loaded with all the bells and whistles. Her robust sailing capabilities will take you anywhere on the globe you desire. Now back from an extensive cruise, her owner reluctantly is offering her for sale to her next caretaker.  Hard top cockpit bimini with spray dodger and panels 2 Jabsco Quiet Flush' 12-v marine fresh water flush toilets and 2 electric sea water flush toilets Wash down on bow Seamaker 40 CruiseROwater water maker2 x110-vold battery chargers8x5A capacity flat flexible solar panels on top hard biminiMorningstar Tri Star TS-60 Solar Controller4 x250 Watts Kyrocera solar panels on rear davits.Outback FlexMax80 Solar ControllerInverter/Charger Magna Sine New 3000W True sine wave inverter / 120A battery chargerOVER-SIZED Isotherm Freezer/Refrigerator 12v/110vCorian Countertops in galleyCustom Saloon and Cockpit cushions20" Sylvania LCD DVD/TV starboard forward cabine32" Samsung Internet TV in saloonSony Stereo CDX-H9051P FM/AM radio/CD/Ipod player - interior and exterior speakersGPS/Radar: Raymarine E80 chart plotter/radar intalledCommunications System: Raymarine Ray 55 VHF with removeable helm mike and speakerLED interior and exterior lighting in salon and cockpit 25hp Yamaha 25ESH two stroke, electric start, outboard engine Tender 10' 3.5m  Mercury hard bottom inflatable dinghyAdditional Hurricane Gear: Chain and schackles prepared for 6 pylons, plus 3/4 line at 80' eachNew Rocna 88Lb Main anchor and 220' new chainSecondary Anchor - 33lb Bruce Approx. 20'x10mm chain and nylon rodeNew Third Anchor - 35lb Delta with 30' chain and 200' nylon rodeFishing rod holders (4) installed under Bimini2 Rod holders on stern4 Sunbrella bean bag chairs for bow/trampoline area1 single Kayak with w/ paddle 1 2 man Kayak4 tank, scuba tank holder4 Scuba tanksAssorted demand valves, weights and jackets for divingCustom Davit rig for dinghy and Solar Panels"Fence" protecting rear swim platformMagma Gas BBQNew (2014) NextGen 5kW generatorWashing MachinePressure WasherBadBoy Long range Wifi receiver and Xtreme Hotspot repeaterRex Walking foot Sewing machineAwning to cover the bowsVacuume cleaner, Electric Mop, Toaster, Food Processors, Nutribullet etc!Pressure Cooker, Pots, Pans and Crockery and Cutler

20 1995 HURRICANE DECK BOAT 140 Johnson outboard w trailer party VIDEO pontoon

20 1995 HURRICANE DECK BOAT 140 Johnson outboard w trailer party VIDEO pontoon

$4,900

West Palm Beach, Florida

Year 1995

Make Hurricane

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Length 20.0

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i really thing these are best type of boats to enjoy relaxing on the water, being comfortable and having plenty of room to have a entire family or group of friends hurricane deck boats are great because the top is like a pontoon boat which uses all of the space avbl on top but the bottom is a much better real boat hull instead of some thin aluminum tubes which leak and puncture easy. the top has much much more room then regular boats which narrow near the entire front half. great boat for fishing, camping, spending day on the sandbar and much more stable then pontoon bottom boat. there is enough room to put an air mattress to camp for the night or dance or cook a nice meal video - https://youtu.be/CMOOSbI0miw please check out the video to see a walkaround and see the motor run. any questions you must text me directly 561 312 5447 I bought this boat because I was gona put leds all over it and design it to go out at night. and spend 2-3 nights a week on it and be able to sleep on it or take it to the islands in the intercostal. motor is a 140 2 stroke Johnson. I replaced all the plugs, checked lines, replaced oil in the shaft ect comes with trailer. I do have a brand new speakers for it and a 250 dollar magna party grill. also have the stuff to make a area in the back I have the sink and water pump ect. if you live in florida a boat is a must own to enjoy life. that all that is here and snorkeling ect is so much fun. I also have this set up to put a full size air matress across the top which you cant do in any boat to sleep nice. brand new bimini top in box along with the other brand new stuff in box, speakers ect. it does need to be finished reupholster if you want it to be perfect. i bought a new bench seat and did the seats. its pretty easy. and used marine grade. the boat is not perfect, if you are looking for a perfect for at 5k you are wasting both our times. but it is a good boat, and hull and deck is solid. im firm on price and its a good price for a 20 food boat with everything, 5k is really nothing, esp on boats. these motors are also very easy to work on. i got a 2nd boat and just moved so boat is at my friends house in boynton beach. i have key and title in hand. this is the best way to enjoy florida and can be used every week year around i have title for boat, it is currently on my friends property in Boynton beach near i95. NO i will not take you out on the water to test it. selling as is. made video so you can see motor run. iv been out on the water in the boat before i changed plugs ect. if you live in florida...you are not enjoying life if you dont have a boat. its really a must have to enjoy life here. if you have any questions you must text me directly 561 312 5447 4900 cash firm as is.

2002 Beneteau 393 Sailing Yacht

2002 Beneteau 393 Sailing Yacht

$89,000

Port Isabel, Texas

Year 2002

Make Beneteau

Model OCEANIS 393

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 39' 3"

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2002 Beneteau 393 Sailing Yacht Boat Name: Beneva Year: 2002 Length: 39' Located In: 5 Windward Dr. Port Isabel, TX 78578Current Price: US $ 89,000.00 Ph: 956 459 4719 Email: ecavazos6rgv.rr.com "Beneva" has a Yanmar 56 hp diesel with ONLY 465 HOURS, in-mast furling mainsail, roller furling Genoa, All in Very Good condition. and all lines lead aft for ease of sail handling. She shows true pride of ownership throughout and is a "MUST SEE" for the sailor who appreciates quality & comfort in a sailing yacht. Bay or Offshore. Cruise Ready. Come take a look at this very clean example of the extraordinary Beneteau 393! Documented vessel (USCG Registered). Dimensions LOA: 39 ft 4 in Beam: 13 ft 0 in LWL: 35 ft 1 in Maximum Draft: 5 ft 1 in Displacement: 17152 lbs Headroom: 6 ft 8 in Engine Engine Brand: Yanmar Diesel Year Built: 2002 Engine Model: 4JH3E Engine Hours: 465 Engine Power: 56 HP Fix 3 Blade Prop Force 10 gourmet galley propane rangeGE microwave ovenMagna Marine Stern mounted BBQ GrillWest Marine Shipyard tool kit2 Wall paintings Electronics Raytheon ST6001 Autopilot Garmin 2006 GPS MAP Raytheon ST60 wind, depth, speed Raytheon ST60 Tridata Raymarine Sylvania LCD flat screen TV w/ DVD player Horizon Intrepid GX1260S 25 Watt VHF/FM JVC 40w 6 CD Changer Stereo System w/ salon & cockpit speakers Electrical 1 starting battery OPT SC34DM6/20N 2 house batteries Lifeline sealed AGM Senty SM Senes 20 amp Automatic battery Master volt Diesel Generator Mechanical 2 CruiseAir AC/Heat systems 2 Jabsco Manual head w/ Y-Valve & macerator Deck & Cockpit 2 anchors Simpson Lawrence electric windlass Lifesling system 8 Life jackets Sails & Rigging Z-Spar furling main, Profurl B35S genoa roller furling Neilpryde Mainsail, Headsail & Spinnaker Please contact with all additional questions 956 459 4719 This is a private owner sale, no broker fees added to the price.

Irwin 37 CC Sloop, 2 berths each w/head & showers, 16k BTU central A/C

Irwin 37 CC Sloop, 2 berths each w/head & showers, 16k BTU central A/C

$27,000

Key West, Florida

Year 1976

Make Irwin

Model 37 CC Cruising Series

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 37.0

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Condition: The owner currently lives on this classic Irwin Yachts sloop in one on the best full service gated marinas that Key West has to offer. The lease on his slip can be taken over for $1,000.00 a month which gives you full access to the pool, restaurant, exercise room, restrooms, free laundry facilities, sauna, ship store and high speed wifi is installed through out the marina. This 37 foot vessel is ready for you to move in with a 16,000 BTU central air condition system ( Pompanette Air Systems AC16KLH120-MK1) to keep you cool during the summer months. It has two cabins each with its own head and hot shower. The main head in the bow has an automatic flush while the stern head is a pump flush. The galley has a Origo alcohol/electric stove top, microwave and a fridge/freezer. The cabin is outfitted with molded liners, wood, vinyl and mica trim and appointments throughout. Aft to main cabin with seating, storage, galley to stbd nav station to port and passage aft portside to owners cabin with double berth, storage and enclosed head. Vessel completed last marine survey in Aug 2014. She is considered current for insurance purposes. Features:Perkins 50 4.108 diesel engine55 gallon fuel tankmainsail and 1-140 genoa2 plow anchorsMagna BBQ pitStainless davit systemplenty of storageself bailing cockpit with two recessed drainstwo automatic bildge pumpsteak toe rail cap, drip moldings and grab railschain locker in bowfive cabin hatcheswelded bowsprit with anchor roller chock187 gallon fresh water tankpressure hot and cold waterbattery chargerbattery selectorplenty of AC outletsshoal keel w/4' draftRitchie Stainless Steel Binnacle Mount CompassCetrek Depth, Speed and Wind gauges (currently not hooked up)VHF Radio4 Adult, 1 Child PDF vests1 horn, 2 whistles, 3 fire extinguishers1 type IV throwing device1 MARPOL sticker1 oil discharge plaque1 1000 watt inverter1 battery charger1 Sony AM/FM/CD player1 20" TV w/DVD player See specs and review at Irwin, BoatUS and SailNet:http://www.boatus.com/boatreviews/sail/Irwin37.asphttp://www.sailnet.com/boatchk/showproduct.php?product=917http://irwinyachts.com/Centercockpitfiles/I37MkV/I37MkVpg2.jpg

34' Sea Ray Sundancer 300 - Custom Built!!

34' Sea Ray Sundancer 300 - Custom Built!!

$17,000

Las Vegas, Nevada

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1989 300 Sea Ray Sundancer – Custom Built 30’ with 11.5' Beam – LOA 34’   Boat kept under cover whole life and Turnkey Ready New engines installed during ownership; Twin 260 Merc Cruisers  240 hours Westerbeke 4.5 generator   BRAND NEW 1600 BTU MARINE AIR/HEAT PUMP Very well maintained Full service history available Lots of acquired spare parts Engines, Generators, and Out- drives serviced regularly Bellows, impellers, new shift cables, gear oil changed out 32" extended swim platform   Upgraded Interior upholstery - privacy curtains; Lots of classic teak wood throughout  Sleeps 6 Lots of storage, Custom Food pantry 40 gallon freshwater tank 22 gallon black water 2- 70 gallon fuel tanks 17" flat screen w/built in DVD Am/fm stereo w/ 6 CD changer Upgraded VHF radio w/remote transceiver Microwave, electric 2 burner stove Upgraded kitchen faucet Water heater – Shower in head New Fresh water pressure pump On board Vacuum system Cockpit carpet replaced during ownership New padded bow lounge, Full solar cockpit screens, Eising glass enclosure for the winter Magna Stainless Steel Propane BBQ New 35lb anchor with 150’ of new line and chain, spare anchor below, dock lines, shore stakes and lines Dock line have new snubbers with Custom Sunbrella canvas covers match boat

34' Sea Ray Sundancer 300

34' Sea Ray Sundancer 300

$19,000

Las Vegas, Nevada

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1989 300 Sea Ray Sundancer 30’ with 11.5' Beam – LOA 34’ Boat kept under cover whole life and Turnkey Ready New engines installed during ownership; Twin 260 Merc Cruisers 240 hours Westerbeke 4.5 generator BRAND NEW 1600 BTU MARINE AIR/HEAT PUMP Very well maintained Full service history available Lots of acquired spare parts Engines, Generators, and Out- drives serviced regularly Bellows, impellers, new shift cables, gear oil changed out 32" extended swim platform Upgraded Interior upholstery - privacy curtains; Lots of classic teak wood throughout Sleeps 6 Lots of storage, Custom Food pantry 40 gallon freshwater tank 22 gallon black water 2- 70 gallon fuel tanks 17" flat screen w/built in DVD Am/fm stereo w/ 6 CD changer Upgraded VHF radio w/remote transceiver Microwave, electric 2 burner stove Upgraded kitchen faucet Water heater – Shower in head New Fresh water pressure pump On board Vacuum system Cockpit carpet replaced during ownership New padded bow lounge, Full solar cockpit screens, Eising glass enclosure for the winter Magna Stainless Steel Propane BBQ New 35lb anchor with 150’ of new line and chain, spare anchor below, dock lines, shore stakes and lines Dock line have new snubbers with Custom Sunbrella canvas covers match boat

Viking 44' Motor Yacht with twin diesel engines, 2 bedrooms

Viking 44' Motor Yacht with twin diesel engines, 2 bedrooms

$159,000

Brewerton, New York

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* Year:1987, late build with a number of 1988 features * Completely renovated in 2008 * Located in Winter Harbor Marina, Central Square, NY * Hull Material: Fiberglass * YW# 1750-1380785 * Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Detroit Diesels * Current Asking Price: US $159,000 Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder: VikingDesigner: Bruce Wilson Dimensions: LOA: 44' Beam: 15' Displacement: 30 CRT (dry) Draft: 3 feet 10 inches 2 J&T Detroit Marine 6-71TI Diesel Engines with 450 HP each Hours: Slightly over true 830 hours on original factory Detroit Diesels Cruising Speed: 21 knotsMax Speed: 24 knots Tankage: Fuel: 460gal. Freshwater: 180gal. Hull lD#VKY44298E787 Place Built: New Gretna, New Jersey Documentation #931119 Hailing Port: Cleveland, Ohio Accommodations: Sleeps four comfortably in two private staterooms, each with its own full bathroom adjoining. The large dinette can be converted to sleep two additional guests, and the salon L-shaped sofa contains a hide-a-bed that can sleep two additional persons for a total of eight. Vessel is factory equipped with central air conditioning/heat. Heater is separate from A/C. The A/C is Marine Air reverse cycle type. Two additional factory installed heaters are built in, one in the salon and one in the master stateroom. Custom interior design throughout: G and L Interiors (Traditional Residential and Marine). This vessel was completely updated and is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects. E-mail for details or visit the web site below: http://www.s487901756.onlinehome.us//Yacht/index.html Bridge: Up three steps from the aft deck is the bridge, the operational center of the vessel. It has a recently installed soft top with full strataglass enclosures with zippers that can be opened as is the case with the aft deck window material. There is an open, unobstructed view for both the captain and the passengers. The same beige/cream tweed carpet is contoured throughout the bridge area, including the stair treads leading up. There are twin padded full seats before the bridge panel, as well as padded surround seating to starboard and forward. Ample storage space can be found beneath these seats as well as within the teak cabinetry forward. Custom installed electronics and the quality Viking bridge gauges and controls are easily accessed by the captain. A newly installed Lowrance GPS/chart plotter and twin closed circuit television cameras have been added, the latter a convenience when there is a need to pilot the vessel stern first into or alongside a tight mooring. These cameras are located at the base of the radar arch, starboard and port. Additional electronics and bridge equipment include: * Furuno 24 mile radar * Robertson autopilot * lcom402VHF * Cybernet 2040 CTX VHF * Datamarine depth sounder * Datamarine knot indicator * Trim tabs * Fire extinguisher * Emergency engine shutoffs and fire protection system monitor at the helm * Bimini top with flybridge curtains * Additional fenders and lines * Life vests, all sizes, contained in zippered vinyl storage unit forward * Navigation lights * Pike poles, deck brushes and numerous other accessories inside teak storage cabinets forward * Original Viking tailored seat covers (two) at the helm Further electrical: * 30 & 50 electrical service * 30 amp power cord * 50 amp power cord with Glendinning cable master; both power outlets are located at starboard stern along with cable TV and phone connectors * 12V DC electrical system * 110V AC electrical system * Two 8D batteries replaced recently Deck: * Danforth anchor * Ideal windlass with chain and rode * Bow pulpit with rails * Four white fenders mounted in stainless steel holders * Lines Mechanical and Engine: Recent major engine check shows excellent compression and exacting maintenance standards. * Bilge blowers * Bridge controls * Engine Alarm * Emergency engine stop * Halon fire control system * Engine fuel shut off valve * Kohler generator, Diesel, 68.71 cu. inches * Alternator, 20 amps, 12 volts * Holding tank * Thermal acoustical insulation * Lube oil storage and transfer system * Hydraulic hynautic wheel steering * Bennett trim tabs * Walker air seps * Block heaters As can be seen from the photograph, these engines are in immaculate condition. Extensive documentation and maintenance records are available. Hull: This is a vessel constructed in the traditional era of a bygone day, superbly designed and made of heavy-duty fiberglass which makes her the ideal Great Lakes boat. She rides the waves stable and true. * Hull bottom and transom sealed with Interlux 2000 barrier coating * Interlux VC17M bottom paint * Hull washed annually before entering heated indoor storage Safety Features: * Ample quantity of life preservers. * Type IV throwable * Three wall-mounted fire extinguishers * Combination day/night VDS (flare gun) * Horn * Antique brass ship's bell, aft deck * Masthead light Additional information: * This vessel is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects . She is recommended for the serious buyer who wishes to own an exceptional, traditional Great Lakes yacht. We invite you to compare her with any other vessel of her type (double cabin cruiser) and vintage currently on the market. This Viking is one of a kind. Her barrier coat and paint are in excellent condition, along with her original gelcoat. She is stored in a heated indoor facility each winter. Even her headliners are as new. No detail has been overlooked. We welcome your requests for any additional information you desire. Reason for sale: declining health of devoted owners (husband and wife). * Numerous original maintenance records and documents are available, including all factory literature and manuals. * This boat has always been a freshwater vessel. Newly Installed Custom Teak Flooring: Steven Menz, Master Woodworker. Please note that the flooring is constructed of individually installed traditional teak planking and is not to be compared with sheet-applied or synthetic products. Each board was individually numbered so that the color and grain run true throughout. All hatches fit precisely, and the major hatches, where possible, are framed with contoured corners. Each hatch includes the appropriate traditional solid brass hardware. This endeavor was commissioned by the present owners in 2008 and required several months to execute while the vessel remained in enclosed storage for half of the boating season. (All wall-to-wall carpeting was removed, including that alongside the double berth in the forward stateroom which is paneled in teak, as well.) The original Viking inlay flooring, also in pristine condition, is retained in the galley and the heads only. The present owners retained these as well as the entirety of the superb Viking teak joinery throughout the boat. Aft Deck: From the salon up two steps and through twin teak glass-fronted doors, the large aft deck is equipped with the original factory installed fiberglass hardtop and strataglass windows that can be unzipped and fastened upwards to provide ventilation if needed. There is a door to both starboard and port for easy access to the deck areas. The floor is original textured fiberglass with a new custom contoured beige/cream tweed carpet. In addition, the room contains the original Viking teak cabinetry behind which a complete wet bar with a sink and an icemaker/refrigerator can be found. There is also a door at the stern providing access to a teak stairway leading to the teak swim platform. The surrounding railings are also solid teak. The furniture consists of an upholstered loveseat and chair, an additional lounge chair with a coffee table to match. The upholstery is of a beige and mocha "sunbrella" fabric which is resistant to fading. The present owners have also included protective contoured coverings for all upholstered pieces to further protect the upholstery when the vessel is in storage or left unattended for a period of time. Also present are two teak side tables located to port. Custom made tan canvas runners are included for the aft deck and the salon in order to protect both the salon and aft deck carpets during viewing purposes and the flooring surfaces when workmen are engaged to provide services within the vessel. Decorative pillows also accent the aft deck furniture making this a most comfortable area in which to relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the scenery, rain or shine. Master Stateroom: The master stateroom is located three steps (teak) down aft. This room contains a center-line queen berth with generous space to move freely throughout the areas therein. There is extremely ample drawer and cabinet storage space throughout, including a full-sized clothes closet and separate locker. Three lamps provide excellent illumination, including a "his-and-hers" three-way lamp on either side of the bed for nighttime reading. The contoured bedspread is embroidered linen and includes decorative silk pillows. The window treatments to starboard and port, also including the large transom window, are embroidered silk organza overlaying English chintz, also lined and interlined. A matching drapery is also present on the window inside the full-length locker to starboard. The flooring throughout is teak. All additional Viking woodwork/cabinetry has also been retained in this room. The room also contains a fire extinguisher as per regulations. Master Head Aft: This head is located to port, and as per the guest head, contains a full bath with vanity, stall shower, mirrors, ample lighting and electric commode. The original Viking ivory-toned inlay flooring has been retained throughout. The window treatment is made of English silk organza with hand-applied antique lace trim surround. There is generous teak cabinetry providing storage space both above the vanity and below. Guest Stateroom Forward: This private stateroom features a double bed, generous drawer and locker storage and an opening hatch overhead. The draperies starboard and port are 100% silk dupioni, fully lined and interlined for longevity and aesthetic appeal. These include a complimentary trim along each perimeter. The custom contoured bedspread is fabricated of English chintz. Silk decorative pillows enhance the decor. (Unfortunately, these are not visible in the photograph below.) Unlike many forward staterooms, this room is amply lighted, including a reading lamp at the head of the bed, and it contains additional decorative accents. The room contains a genuine Persian rug. All woodwork throughout, including flooring, is solid teak. Guest Head Forward: The spacious head to port adjoins the guest stateroom and is accessible from the stateroom itself and the hallway as well. The doors can be closed to afford maximum privacy for your guests. The room is generously lit with a large vanity, sink, electric commode and a stall shower. The window curtain is silk with an antique lace border, lined and interlined. There is an ample mirrored medicine/storage cabinet above the sink as well as teak storage cabinetry beneath. The flooring is the original Viking ivory-toned inlay with no imperfections. Laundry Area: Located in the hallway to starboard are the Kenmore washer and dryer. The present owners can attest to the fact that the washer was never used as the original drum restraint strips used for transport from the factory were never removed. This was discovered and the strips were subsequently extracted shortly after the purchase of the yacht upon instruction by the present owners, and both appliances function perfectly. Neither has been used since the test run by the Kenmore sales representative who performed this work. Therefore, they remain in as new condition. There is a convenient rod above for use in hanging clothing. These appliances are concealed from view by a paneled teak door and attractive surrounding teak moldings. The hallway flooring is also teak. Galley: This vessel is a galley down style. It is located opposite the dinette to starboard and has a custom teak-paneled Kenmore refrigerator and freezer which matches the original Viking cabinetry style and was commissioned by the present owners. Solid brass safety latches hold both doors in place should the vessel be underway in rough seas. The galley contains a stainless steel sink with garbage disposer, instant hot water, a three-burner electric range, a microwave-convection oven, a disposal, water heater and fresh water system. There is ample storage above, below and alongside the countertops. A central vacuum system is also included. There is also a fire extinguisher in this room as per regulations. The flooring is the original ivory-toned Viking inlay material. Numerous kitchen utensils and other decorative accents are included with the purchase of the vessel. Dinette: Opposite the galley to port is the dinette area with ample seating for six adults. The teak table can be lowered and the dinette converts to a two-sleeper bed. The U-shaped surround seating is custom upholstered around the large table. Complimentary decorative pillows add to the comfort and aesthetic appeal. The window treatment is of a harmonious silk textile, and the area is extremely well lit. There is commodious storage space present beneath the seating area. The flooring and surrounding surfaces in the dinette are teak with a genuine (not a knockoff) Persian carpet located to the front of the table. All areas and accessories are in as new condition. Salon: Up two stairs (teak), the large salon offers ample seating with custom upholstered L-shaped sofas (one containing the hide-a-bed) to port with a French desk and chair to starboard. This makes a fine computer desk as well as a writing area as the desktop lifts for storage of papers, pencils and other related items. There is a wet bar also located to starboard. Numerous compatible silk decorative pillows arranged upon the sofas are included. As is throughout the vessel, all textiles are new. The salon also has immaculate teak joinery, teak flooring throughout and generous storage space. The original Viking Sony color television is contained in its own enclosed teak cabinet as per factory. A Sony audio system, also factory original, can be played throughout the vessel. Two lamps enhance the decor. (Please note: The designers are well versed in marine applications, and every permanent decorative or accent piece has been firmly secured in order to prevent accidents while underway. Personal items such as family photographs, candlesticks and the like must, of course, be stowed beforehand.) The ceiling lighting is of the traditional yacht design with color-compatible wooden bezels surrounding each fixture. A genuine Persian carpet (sale negotiable) enhances the overall decor. Should the future buyer(s) desire a substitute of similar quality, the interior designers have access to such and would be pleased to present artistically appropriate options in a variety of sizes at no additional cost. There is an ebony English tray table in the eighteenth century style located in front of the sofas. The draperies are of an ivory tone, and the large windows to starboard and port are equipped with Magna-Vue blinds. These blinds, when open, permit much more light and views of scenery to enter the room and were installed by the interior designers at the request of the present owners who wished to eliminate the "closed in" feeling of the original conventional mini blinds.

Starcraft fishmaster 2001 deep V 19'6

Starcraft fishmaster 2001 deep V 19'6" aluminum fishing boat with all the gear

$8,750

Bainbridge, Ohio

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2001 StarCraft fish master1961 salt water series all aluminum Deep V with E Z loader trailer up for sale no time to use any more started new job got her out about eight times this year great boat to fish out of and handles the big water great 3.0 mercruiser motor 140 HP with Alpha 1 outdrive motor has new alternator starter plug wire's & plugs distributer cap fuel sending unit and oil change done this past spring. outdrive was serviced last summer new water pump gimbal bearings and gear oil + pressure checked also added whale tale to drive unit. and stainless steel prop also have spare outdrive and aluminum prop EZ Loader trailer good tires 75% tread new spare ,new wiring for lights + trailer lights + wheel bearing's wench + strap + jack take's 2" ball needs surge brake worked on never bother with it because it tows so easy here's goes a list of accessories included with boat. (2) cannon down riggers (2) triple tree vertical rod holder's (1) removable swivel ease mounting rear trolling board with five rod holders (6) Atwood flush mount removable rod holder's 3 on each side (1) planer board mast with reels (2) planner boards (6) okuma magna line counter reels & 8'6"rods with 30# test fire line (2) hand held marine radios plus (1) marine radio mounted on boat (1) Am & Fm cassette radio with water proof cover (1) boat cover (1) lighted compass (1) motor guide w75 24 volt wireless salt water series trolling motor bought new last fall (1) Lowrance LMS-522c IGPS (8) cup holders through out boat (1) perko switch with (2) starting batteries new last fall (2) deep cycle trolling batteries new last fall (1) bilge pump new last fall (1) live well pump new last fall also anchor & running lights new last fall plus added led lighting throughout boat last fall . adjustable steering wheel with new cable last spring (1) water bonnet cover (4) orange life vest (4) ski vest new last fall (1) new Jim buoy throw ring and all safety gear + flares (1) retractable oar (1) hand held spot light (2) river anchors one with 50 feet of rope the with a hundred feet (1) ski ring with new ski rope and double swivel hook up floating buoy new two person tube still in bag + more this boat is for sale locally and have the right to cancel post at any time the boat is located in southeast OHIO just contact me if you want to see it in person before you buy it or make offer (local pick up only will not deliver all responsibility up to buyer ) Thanks for looking and happy Ebaying

Starcraft fishmaster 2001 deep V 19'6

Starcraft fishmaster 2001 deep V 19'6" aluminum fishing boat with all the gear

$12,500

Bainbridge, Ohio

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2001 StarCraft fish master1961 salt water series all aluminum Deep V with E Z loader trailer up for sale no time to use any more started new job got her out about eight times this year great boat to fish out of and handles the big water great 3.0 mercruiser motor 140 HP with Alpha 1 outdrive motor has new alternator starter plug wire's & plugs distributer cap fuel sending unit and oil change done this past spring. outdrive was serviced last summer new water pump gimbal bearings and gear oil + pressure checked also added whale tale to drive unit. and stainless steel prop also have spare outdrive and aluminum prop EZ Loader trailer good tires 75% tread new spare ,new wiring for lights + trailer lights + wheel bearing's wench + strap + jack take's 2" ball needs surge brake worked on never bother with it because it tows so easy here's goes a list of accessories included with boat. (2) cannon down riggers (2) triple tree vertical rod holder's (1) removable swivel ease mounting rear trolling board with five rod holders (6) Atwood flush mount removable rod holder's 3 on each side (1) planer board mast with reels (2) planner boards (6) okuma magna line counter reels & 8'6"rods with 30# test fire line (2) hand held marine radios plus (1) marine radio mounted on boat (1) Am & Fm cassette radio with water proof cover (1) boat cover (1) lighted compass (1) motor guide w75 24 volt wireless salt water series trolling motor bought new last fall (1) Lowrance LMS-522c IGPS (8) cup holders through out boat (1) perko switch with (2) starting batteries new last fall (2) deep cycle trolling batteries new last fall (1) bilge pump new last fall (1) live well pump new last fall also anchor & running lights new last fall plus added led lighting throughout boat last fall . adjustable steering wheel with new cable last spring (1) water bonnet cover (4) orange life vest (4) ski vest new last fall (1) new Jim buoy throw ring and all safety gear + flares (1) retractable oar (1) hand held spot light (2) river anchors one with 50 feet of rope the with a hundred feet (1) ski ring with new ski rope and double swivel hook up floating buoy new two person tube still in bag + more this boat is for sale locally and have the right to cancel post at any time the boat is located in southeast OHIO just contact me if you want to see it in person before you buy it or make offer (local pick up only will not deliver all responsibility up to buyer ) Thanks for looking and happy Ebaying

Yacht, Viking 44' twin Diesel, Bristol condition throughout

Yacht, Viking 44' twin Diesel, Bristol condition throughout

$198,000

Brewerton, New York

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* Year:1987, late build with a number of 1988 features * Completely renovated in 2008 * Located in Brewerton, New York * Hull Material: Fiberglass * YW# 1750-1380785 * Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Detroit Diesels * Current Asking Price: US$198,000 Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder: VikingDesigner: Bruce Wilson Dimensions: LOA: 44' Beam: 15' Displacement: 30 CRT (dry) Draft: 3 feet 10 inches 2 J&T Detroit Marine 6-71TI Diesel Engines with 450 HP each Hours: Slightly over true 830 hours on original factory Detroit Diesels Cruising Speed: 21 knotsMax Speed: 24 knots Tankage: Fuel: 460gal. Freshwater: 180gal. Hull lD#VKY44298E787 Place Built: New Gretna, New Jersey Documentation #931119 Hailing Port: Cleveland, Ohio Accommodations: Sleeps four comfortably in two private staterooms, each with its own full bathroom adjoining. The large dinette can be converted to sleep two additional guests, and the salon L-shaped sofa contains a hide-a-bed that can sleep two additional persons for a total of eight. Vessel is factory equipped with central air conditioning/heat. Heater is separate from A/C. The A/C is Marine Air reverse cycle type. Two additional factory installed heaters are built in, one in the salon and one in the master stateroom. Custom interior design throughout: G and L Interiors (Traditional Residential and Marine). This vessel was completely updated and is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects. E-mail for details or visit the web site below: http://www.s487901756.onlinehome.us//Yacht/index.html Bridge: Up three steps from the aft deck is the bridge, the operational center of the vessel. It has a recently installed soft top with full strataglass enclosures with zippers that can be opened as is the case with the aft deck window material. There is an open, unobstructed view for both the captain and the passengers. The same beige/cream tweed carpet is contoured throughout the bridge area, including the stair treads leading up. There are twin padded full seats before the bridge panel, as well as padded surround seating to starboard and forward. Ample storage space can be found beneath these seats as well as within the teak cabinetry forward. Custom installed electronics and the quality Viking bridge gauges and controls are easily accessed by the captain. A newly installed Lowrance GPS/chart plotter and twin closed circuit television cameras have been added, the latter a convenience when there is a need to pilot the vessel stern first into or alongside a tight mooring. These cameras are located at the base of the radar arch, starboard and port. Additional electronics and bridge equipment include: * Furuno 24 mile radar * Robertson autopilot * lcom402VHF * Cybernet 2040 CTX VHF * Datamarine depth sounder * Datamarine knot indicator * Trim tabs * Fire extinguisher * Emergency engine shutoffs and fire protection system monitor at the helm * Bimini top with flybridge curtains * Additional fenders and lines * Life vests, all sizes, contained in zippered vinyl storage unit forward * Navigation lights * Pike poles, deck brushes and numerous other accessories inside teak storage cabinets forward * Original Viking tailored seat covers (two) at the helm Further electrical: * 30 & 50 electrical service * 30 amp power cord * 50 amp power cord with Glendinning cable master; both power outlets are located at starboard stern along with cable TV and phone connectors * 12V DC electrical system * 110V AC electrical system * Two 8D batteries replaced recently Deck: * Danforth anchor * Ideal windlass with chain and rode * Bow pulpit with rails * Four white fenders mounted in stainless steel holders * Lines Mechanical and Engine: Recent major engine check shows excellent compression and exacting maintenance standards. * Bilge blowers * Bridge controls * Engine Alarm * Emergency engine stop * Halon fire control system * Engine fuel shut off valve * Kohler generator, Diesel, 68.71 cu. inches * Alternator, 20 amps, 12 volts * Holding tank * Thermal acoustical insulation * Lube oil storage and transfer system * Hydraulic hynautic wheel steering * Bennett trim tabs * Walker air seps * Block heaters As can be seen from the photograph, these engines are in immaculate condition. Extensive documentation and maintenance records are available. Hull: This is a vessel constructed in the traditional era of a bygone day, superbly designed and made of heavy-duty fiberglass which makes her the ideal Great Lakes boat. She rides the waves stable and true. * Hull bottom and transom sealed with Interlux 2000 barrier coating * Interlux VC17M bottom paint * Hull washed annually before entering heated indoor storage Safety Features: * Ample quantity of life preservers. * Type IV throwable * Three wall-mounted fire extinguishers * Combination day/night VDS (flare gun) * Horn * Antique brass ship's bell, aft deck * Masthead light Additional information: * This vessel is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects . She is recommended for the serious buyer who wishes to own an exceptional, traditional Great Lakes yacht. We invite you to compare her with any other vessel of her type (double cabin cruiser) and vintage currently on the market. This Viking is one of a kind. Her barrier coat and paint are in excellent condition, along with her original gelcoat. She is stored in a heated indoor facility each winter. Even her headliners are as new. No detail has been overlooked. We welcome your requests for any additional information you desire. Reason for sale: declining health of devoted owners (husband and wife). * Numerous original maintenance records and documents are available, including all factory literature and manuals. * This boat has always been a freshwater vessel. Newly Installed Custom Teak Flooring: Steven Menz, Master Woodworker. Please note that the flooring is constructed of individually installed traditional teak planking and is not to be compared with sheet-applied or synthetic products. Each board was individually numbered so that the color and grain run true throughout. All hatches fit precisely, and the major hatches, where possible, are framed with contoured corners. Each hatch includes the appropriate traditional solid brass hardware. This endeavor was commissioned by the present owners in 2008 and required several months to execute while the vessel remained in enclosed storage for half of the boating season. (All wall-to-wall carpeting was removed, including that alongside the double berth in the forward stateroom which is paneled in teak, as well.) The original Viking inlay flooring, also in pristine condition, is retained in the galley and the heads only. The present owners retained these as well as the entirety of the superb Viking teak joinery throughout the boat. Aft Deck: From the salon up two steps and through twin teak glass-fronted doors, the large aft deck is equipped with the original factory installed fiberglass hardtop and strataglass windows that can be unzipped and fastened upwards to provide ventilation if needed. There is a door to both starboard and port for easy access to the deck areas. The floor is original textured fiberglass with a new custom contoured beige/cream tweed carpet. In addition, the room contains the original Viking teak cabinetry behind which a complete wet bar with a sink and an icemaker/refrigerator can be found. There is also a door at the stern providing access to a teak stairway leading to the teak swim platform. The surrounding railings are also solid teak. The furniture consists of an upholstered loveseat and chair, an additional lounge chair with a coffee table to match. The upholstery is of a beige and mocha "sunbrella" fabric which is resistant to fading. The present owners have also included protective contoured coverings for all upholstered pieces to further protect the upholstery when the vessel is in storage or left unattended for a period of time. Also present are two teak side tables located to port. Custom made tan canvas runners are included for the aft deck and the salon in order to protect both the salon and aft deck carpets during viewing purposes and the flooring surfaces when workmen are engaged to provide services within the vessel. Decorative pillows also accent the aft deck furniture making this a most comfortable area in which to relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the scenery, rain or shine. Master Stateroom: The master stateroom is located three steps (teak) down aft. This room contains a center-line queen berth with generous space to move freely throughout the areas therein. There is extremely ample drawer and cabinet storage space throughout, including a full-sized clothes closet and separate locker. Three lamps provide excellent illumination, including a "his-and-hers" three-way lamp on either side of the bed for nighttime reading. The contoured bedspread is embroidered linen and includes decorative silk pillows. The window treatments to starboard and port, also including the large transom window, are embroidered silk organza overlaying English chintz, also lined and interlined. A matching drapery is also present on the window inside the full-length locker to starboard. The flooring throughout is teak. All additional Viking woodwork/cabinetry has also been retained in this room. The room also contains a fire extinguisher as per regulations. Master Head Aft: This head is located to port, and as per the guest head, contains a full bath with vanity, stall shower, mirrors, ample lighting and electric commode. The original Viking ivory-toned inlay flooring has been retained throughout. The window treatment is made of English silk organza with hand-applied antique lace trim surround. There is generous teak cabinetry providing storage space both above the vanity and below. Guest Stateroom Forward: This private stateroom features a double bed, generous drawer and locker storage and an opening hatch overhead. The draperies starboard and port are 100% silk dupioni, fully lined and interlined for longevity and aesthetic appeal. These include a complimentary trim along each perimeter. The custom contoured bedspread is fabricated of English chintz. Silk decorative pillows enhance the decor. (Unfortunately, these are not visible in the photograph below.) Unlike many forward staterooms, this room is amply lighted, including a reading lamp at the head of the bed, and it contains additional decorative accents. The room contains a genuine Persian rug. All woodwork throughout, including flooring, is solid teak. Guest Head Forward: The spacious head to port adjoins the guest stateroom and is accessible from the stateroom itself and the hallway as well. The doors can be closed to afford maximum privacy for your guests. The room is generously lit with a large vanity, sink, electric commode and a stall shower. The window curtain is silk with an antique lace border, lined and interlined. There is an ample mirrored medicine/storage cabinet above the sink as well as teak storage cabinetry beneath. The flooring is the original Viking ivory-toned inlay with no imperfections. Laundry Area: Located in the hallway to starboard are the Kenmore washer and dryer. The present owners can attest to the fact that the washer was never used as the original drum restraint strips used for transport from the factory were never removed. This was discovered and the strips were subsequently extracted shortly after the purchase of the yacht upon instruction by the present owners, and both appliances function perfectly. Neither has been used since the test run by the Kenmore sales representative who performed this work. Therefore, they remain in as new condition. There is a convenient rod above for use in hanging clothing. These appliances are concealed from view by a paneled teak door and attractive surrounding teak moldings. The hallway flooring is also teak. Galley: This vessel is a galley down style. It is located opposite the dinette to starboard and has a custom teak-paneled Kenmore refrigerator and freezer which matches the original Viking cabinetry style and was commissioned by the present owners. Solid brass safety latches hold both doors in place should the vessel be underway in rough seas. The galley contains a stainless steel sink with garbage disposer, instant hot water, a three-burner electric range, a microwave-convection oven, a disposal, water heater and fresh water system. There is ample storage above, below and alongside the countertops. A central vacuum system is also included. There is also a fire extinguisher in this room as per regulations. The flooring is the original ivory-toned Viking inlay material. Numerous kitchen utensils and other decorative accents are included with the purchase of the vessel. Dinette: Opposite the galley to port is the dinette area with ample seating for six adults. The teak table can be lowered and the dinette converts to a two-sleeper bed. The U-shaped surround seating is custom upholstered around the large table. Complimentary decorative pillows add to the comfort and aesthetic appeal. The window treatment is of a harmonious silk textile, and the area is extremely well lit. There is commodious storage space present beneath the seating area. The flooring and surrounding surfaces in the dinette are teak with a genuine (not a knockoff) Persian carpet located to the front of the table. All areas and accessories are in as new condition. Salon: Up two stairs (teak), the large salon offers ample seating with custom upholstered L-shaped sofas (one containing the hide-a-bed) to port with a French desk and chair to starboard. This makes a fine computer desk as well as a writing area as the desktop lifts for storage of papers, pencils and other related items. There is a wet bar also located to starboard. Numerous compatible silk decorative pillows arranged upon the sofas are included. As is throughout the vessel, all textiles are new. The salon also has immaculate teak joinery, teak flooring throughout and generous storage space. The original Viking Sony color television is contained in its own enclosed teak cabinet as per factory. A Sony audio system, also factory original, can be played throughout the vessel. Two lamps enhance the decor. (Please note: The designers are well versed in marine applications, and every permanent decorative or accent piece has been firmly secured in order to prevent accidents while underway. Personal items such as family photographs, candlesticks and the like must, of course, be stowed beforehand.) The ceiling lighting is of the traditional yacht design with color-compatible wooden bezels surrounding each fixture. A genuine Persian carpet (sale negotiable) enhances the overall decor. Should the future buyer(s) desire a substitute of similar quality, the interior designers have access to such and would be pleased to present artistically appropriate options in a variety of sizes at no additional cost. There is an ebony English tray table in the eighteenth century style located in front of the sofas. The draperies are of an ivory tone, and the large windows to starboard and port are equipped with Magna-Vue blinds. These blinds, when open, permit much more light and views of scenery to enter the room and were installed by the interior designers at the request of the present owners who wished to eliminate the "closed in" feeling of the original conventional mini blinds.

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Brewerton, New York

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* Year:1987, late build with a number of 1988 features * Completely renovated in 2008 * Located in Brewerton, New York * Hull Material: Fiberglass * YW# 1750-1380785 * Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Detroit Diesels * Current Asking Price: US$198,000 Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder: VikingDesigner: Bruce Wilson Dimensions: LOA: 44' Beam: 15' Displacement: 30 CRT (dry) Draft: 3 feet 10 inches 2 J&T Detroit Marine 6-71TI Diesel Engines with 450 HP each Hours: Slightly over true 830 hours on original factory Detroit Diesels Cruising Speed: 21 knotsMax Speed: 24 knots Tankage: Fuel: 460gal. Freshwater: 180gal. Hull lD#VKY44298E787 Place Built: New Gretna, New Jersey Documentation #931119 Hailing Port: Cleveland, Ohio Accommodations: Sleeps four comfortably in two private staterooms, each with its own full bathroom adjoining. The large dinette can be converted to sleep two additional guests, and the salon L-shaped sofa contains a hide-a-bed that can sleep two additional persons for a total of eight. Vessel is factory equipped with central air conditioning/heat. Heater is separate from A/C. The A/C is Marine Air reverse cycle type. Two additional factory installed heaters are built in, one in the salon and one in the master stateroom. Custom interior design throughout: G and L Interiors (Traditional Residential and Marine). This vessel was completely updated and is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects. E-mail for details or visit the web site below: http://www.s487901756.onlinehome.us//Yacht/index.html Bridge: Up three steps from the aft deck is the bridge, the operational center of the vessel. It has a recently installed soft top with full strataglass enclosures with zippers that can be opened as is the case with the aft deck window material. There is an open, unobstructed view for both the captain and the passengers. The same beige/cream tweed carpet is contoured throughout the bridge area, including the stair treads leading up. There are twin padded full seats before the bridge panel, as well as padded surround seating to starboard and forward. Ample storage space can be found beneath these seats as well as within the teak cabinetry forward. Custom installed electronics and the quality Viking bridge gauges and controls are easily accessed by the captain. A newly installed Lowrance GPS/chart plotter and twin closed circuit television cameras have been added, the latter a convenience when there is a need to pilot the vessel stern first into or alongside a tight mooring. These cameras are located at the base of the radar arch, starboard and port. Additional electronics and bridge equipment include: * Furuno 24 mile radar * Robertson autopilot * lcom402VHF * Cybernet 2040 CTX VHF * Datamarine depth sounder * Datamarine knot indicator * Trim tabs * Fire extinguisher * Emergency engine shutoffs and fire protection system monitor at the helm * Bimini top with flybridge curtains * Additional fenders and lines * Life vests, all sizes, contained in zippered vinyl storage unit forward * Navigation lights * Pike poles, deck brushes and numerous other accessories inside teak storage cabinets forward * Original Viking tailored seat covers (two) at the helm Further electrical: * 30 & 50 electrical service * 30 amp power cord * 50 amp power cord with Glendinning cable master; both power outlets are located at starboard stern along with cable TV and phone connectors * 12V DC electrical system * 110V AC electrical system * Two 8D batteries replaced recently Deck: * Danforth anchor * Ideal windlass with chain and rode * Bow pulpit with rails * Four white fenders mounted in stainless steel holders * Lines Mechanical and Engine: Recent major engine check shows excellent compression and exacting maintenance standards. * Bilge blowers * Bridge controls * Engine Alarm * Emergency engine stop * Halon fire control system * Engine fuel shut off valve * Kohler generator, Diesel, 68.71 cu. inches * Alternator, 20 amps, 12 volts * Holding tank * Thermal acoustical insulation * Lube oil storage and transfer system * Hydraulic hynautic wheel steering * Bennett trim tabs * Walker air seps * Block heaters As can be seen from the photograph, these engines are in immaculate condition. Extensive documentation and maintenance records are available. Hull: This is a vessel constructed in the traditional era of a bygone day, superbly designed and made of heavy-duty fiberglass which makes her the ideal Great Lakes boat. She rides the waves stable and true. * Hull bottom and transom sealed with Interlux 2000 barrier coating * Interlux VC17M bottom paint * Hull washed annually before entering heated indoor storage Safety Features: * Ample quantity of life preservers. * Type IV throwable * Three wall-mounted fire extinguishers * Combination day/night VDS (flare gun) * Horn * Antique brass ship's bell, aft deck * Masthead light Additional information: * This vessel is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects . She is recommended for the serious buyer who wishes to own an exceptional, traditional Great Lakes yacht. We invite you to compare her with any other vessel of her type (double cabin cruiser) and vintage currently on the market. This Viking is one of a kind. Her barrier coat and paint are in excellent condition, along with her original gelcoat. She is stored in a heated indoor facility each winter. Even her headliners are as new. No detail has been overlooked. We welcome your requests for any additional information you desire. Reason for sale: declining health of devoted owners (husband and wife). * Numerous original maintenance records and documents are available, including all factory literature and manuals. * This boat has always been a freshwater vessel. Newly Installed Custom Teak Flooring: Steven Menz, Master Woodworker. Please note that the flooring is constructed of individually installed traditional teak planking and is not to be compared with sheet-applied or synthetic products. Each board was individually numbered so that the color and grain run true throughout. All hatches fit precisely, and the major hatches, where possible, are framed with contoured corners. Each hatch includes the appropriate traditional solid brass hardware. This endeavor was commissioned by the present owners in 2008 and required several months to execute while the vessel remained in enclosed storage for half of the boating season. (All wall-to-wall carpeting was removed, including that alongside the double berth in the forward stateroom which is paneled in teak, as well.) The original Viking inlay flooring, also in pristine condition, is retained in the galley and the heads only. The present owners retained these as well as the entirety of the superb Viking teak joinery throughout the boat. Aft Deck: From the salon up two steps and through twin teak glass-fronted doors, the large aft deck is equipped with the original factory installed fiberglass hardtop and strataglass windows that can be unzipped and fastened upwards to provide ventilation if needed. There is a door to both starboard and port for easy access to the deck areas. The floor is original textured fiberglass with a new custom contoured beige/cream tweed carpet. In addition, the room contains the original Viking teak cabinetry behind which a complete wet bar with a sink and an icemaker/refrigerator can be found. There is also a door at the stern providing access to a teak stairway leading to the teak swim platform. The surrounding railings are also solid teak. The furniture consists of an upholstered loveseat and chair, an additional lounge chair with a coffee table to match. The upholstery is of a beige and mocha "sunbrella" fabric which is resistant to fading. The present owners have also included protective contoured coverings for all upholstered pieces to further protect the upholstery when the vessel is in storage or left unattended for a period of time. Also present are two teak side tables located to port. Custom made tan canvas runners are included for the aft deck and the salon in order to protect both the salon and aft deck carpets during viewing purposes and the flooring surfaces when workmen are engaged to provide services within the vessel. Decorative pillows also accent the aft deck furniture making this a most comfortable area in which to relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the scenery, rain or shine. Master Stateroom: The master stateroom is located three steps (teak) down aft. This room contains a center-line queen berth with generous space to move freely throughout the areas therein. There is extremely ample drawer and cabinet storage space throughout, including a full-sized clothes closet and separate locker. Three lamps provide excellent illumination, including a "his-and-hers" three-way lamp on either side of the bed for nighttime reading. The contoured bedspread is embroidered linen and includes decorative silk pillows. The window treatments to starboard and port, also including the large transom window, are embroidered silk organza overlaying English chintz, also lined and interlined. A matching drapery is also present on the window inside the full-length locker to starboard. The flooring throughout is teak. All additional Viking woodwork/cabinetry has also been retained in this room. The room also contains a fire extinguisher as per regulations. Master Head Aft: This head is located to port, and as per the guest head, contains a full bath with vanity, stall shower, mirrors, ample lighting and electric commode. The original Viking ivory-toned inlay flooring has been retained throughout. The window treatment is made of English silk organza with hand-applied antique lace trim surround. There is generous teak cabinetry providing storage space both above the vanity and below. Guest Stateroom Forward: This private stateroom features a double bed, generous drawer and locker storage and an opening hatch overhead. The draperies starboard and port are 100% silk dupioni, fully lined and interlined for longevity and aesthetic appeal. These include a complimentary trim along each perimeter. The custom contoured bedspread is fabricated of English chintz. Silk decorative pillows enhance the decor. (Unfortunately, these are not visible in the photograph below.) Unlike many forward staterooms, this room is amply lighted, including a reading lamp at the head of the bed, and it contains additional decorative accents. The room contains a genuine Persian rug. All woodwork throughout, including flooring, is solid teak. Guest Head Forward: The spacious head to port adjoins the guest stateroom and is accessible from the stateroom itself and the hallway as well. The doors can be closed to afford maximum privacy for your guests. The room is generously lit with a large vanity, sink, electric commode and a stall shower. The window curtain is silk with an antique lace border, lined and interlined. There is an ample mirrored medicine/storage cabinet above the sink as well as teak storage cabinetry beneath. The flooring is the original Viking ivory-toned inlay with no imperfections. Laundry Area: Located in the hallway to starboard are the Kenmore washer and dryer. The present owners can attest to the fact that the washer was never used as the original drum restraint strips used for transport from the factory were never removed. This was discovered and the strips were subsequently extracted shortly after the purchase of the yacht upon instruction by the present owners, and both appliances function perfectly. Neither has been used since the test run by the Kenmore sales representative who performed this work. Therefore, they remain in as new condition. There is a convenient rod above for use in hanging clothing. These appliances are concealed from view by a paneled teak door and attractive surrounding teak moldings. The hallway flooring is also teak. Galley: This vessel is a galley down style. It is located opposite the dinette to starboard and has a custom teak-paneled Kenmore refrigerator and freezer which matches the original Viking cabinetry style and was commissioned by the present owners. Solid brass safety latches hold both doors in place should the vessel be underway in rough seas. The galley contains a stainless steel sink with garbage disposer, instant hot water, a three-burner electric range, a microwave-convection oven, a disposal, water heater and fresh water system. There is ample storage above, below and alongside the countertops. A central vacuum system is also included. There is also a fire extinguisher in this room as per regulations. The flooring is the original ivory-toned Viking inlay material. Numerous kitchen utensils and other decorative accents are included with the purchase of the vessel. Dinette: Opposite the galley to port is the dinette area with ample seating for six adults. The teak table can be lowered and the dinette converts to a two-sleeper bed. The U-shaped surround seating is custom upholstered around the large table. Complimentary decorative pillows add to the comfort and aesthetic appeal. The window treatment is of a harmonious silk textile, and the area is extremely well lit. There is commodious storage space present beneath the seating area. The flooring and surrounding surfaces in the dinette are teak with a genuine (not a knockoff) Persian carpet located to the front of the table. All areas and accessories are in as new condition. Salon: Up two stairs (teak), the large salon offers ample seating with custom upholstered L-shaped sofas (one containing the hide-a-bed) to port with a French desk and chair to starboard. This makes a fine computer desk as well as a writing area as the desktop lifts for storage of papers, pencils and other related items. There is a wet bar also located to starboard. Numerous compatible silk decorative pillows arranged upon the sofas are included. As is throughout the vessel, all textiles are new. The salon also has immaculate teak joinery, teak flooring throughout and generous storage space. The original Viking Sony color television is contained in its own enclosed teak cabinet as per factory. A Sony audio system, also factory original, can be played throughout the vessel. Two lamps enhance the decor. (Please note: The designers are well versed in marine applications, and every permanent decorative or accent piece has been firmly secured in order to prevent accidents while underway. Personal items such as family photographs, candlesticks and the like must, of course, be stowed beforehand.) The ceiling lighting is of the traditional yacht design with color-compatible wooden bezels surrounding each fixture. A genuine Persian carpet (sale negotiable) enhances the overall decor. Should the future buyer(s) desire a substitute of similar quality, the interior designers have access to such and would be pleased to present artistically appropriate options in a variety of sizes at no additional cost. There is an ebony English tray table in the eighteenth century style located in front of the sofas. The draperies are of an ivory tone, and the large windows to starboard and port are equipped with Magna-Vue blinds. These blinds, when open, permit much more light and views of scenery to enter the room and were installed by the interior designers at the request of the present owners who wished to eliminate the "closed in" feeling of the original conventional mini blinds.

Viking 44' Fiberglass Motor Yacht with twin diesel engines, 2 bedrooms

Viking 44' Fiberglass Motor Yacht with twin diesel engines, 2 bedrooms

$198,000

Brewerton, New York

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* Year:1987, late build with a number of 1988 features * Completely renovated in 2008 * Located in Brewerton, New York * Hull Material: Fiberglass * YW# 1750-1380785 * Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Detroit Diesels * Current Asking Price: US$198,000 Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder: VikingDesigner: Bruce Wilson Dimensions: LOA: 44' Beam: 15' Displacement: 30 CRT (dry) Draft: 3 feet 10 inches 2 J&T Detroit Marine 6-71TI Diesel Engines with 450 HP each Hours: Slightly over true 830 hours on original factory Detroit Diesels Cruising Speed: 21 knotsMax Speed: 24 knots Tankage: Fuel: 460gal. Freshwater: 180gal. Hull lD#VKY44298E787 Place Built: New Gretna, New Jersey Documentation #931119 Hailing Port: Cleveland, Ohio Accommodations: Sleeps four comfortably in two private staterooms, each with its own full bathroom adjoining. The large dinette can be converted to sleep two additional guests, and the salon L-shaped sofa contains a hide-a-bed that can sleep two additional persons for a total of eight. Vessel is factory equipped with central air conditioning/heat. Heater is separate from A/C. The A/C is Marine Air reverse cycle type. Two additional factory installed heaters are built in, one in the salon and one in the master stateroom. Custom interior design throughout: G and L Interiors (Traditional Residential and Marine). This vessel was completely updated and is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects. E-mail for details or visit the web site below: http://www.s487901756.onlinehome.us//Yacht/index.html Bridge: Up three steps from the aft deck is the bridge, the operational center of the vessel. It has a recently installed soft top with full strataglass enclosures with zippers that can be opened as is the case with the aft deck window material. There is an open, unobstructed view for both the captain and the passengers. The same beige/cream tweed carpet is contoured throughout the bridge area, including the stair treads leading up. There are twin padded full seats before the bridge panel, as well as padded surround seating to starboard and forward. Ample storage space can be found beneath these seats as well as within the teak cabinetry forward. Custom installed electronics and the quality Viking bridge gauges and controls are easily accessed by the captain. A newly installed Lowrance GPS/chart plotter and twin closed circuit television cameras have been added, the latter a convenience when there is a need to pilot the vessel stern first into or alongside a tight mooring. These cameras are located at the base of the radar arch, starboard and port. Additional electronics and bridge equipment include: * Furuno 24 mile radar * Robertson autopilot * lcom402VHF * Cybernet 2040 CTX VHF * Datamarine depth sounder * Datamarine knot indicator * Trim tabs * Fire extinguisher * Emergency engine shutoffs and fire protection system monitor at the helm * Bimini top with flybridge curtains * Additional fenders and lines * Life vests, all sizes, contained in zippered vinyl storage unit forward * Navigation lights * Pike poles, deck brushes and numerous other accessories inside teak storage cabinets forward * Original Viking tailored seat covers (two) at the helm Further electrical: * 30 & 50 electrical service * 30 amp power cord * 50 amp power cord with Glendinning cable master; both power outlets are located at starboard stern along with cable TV and phone connectors * 12V DC electrical system * 110V AC electrical system * Two 8D batteries replaced recently Deck: * Danforth anchor * Ideal windlass with chain and rode * Bow pulpit with rails * Four white fenders mounted in stainless steel holders * Lines Mechanical and Engine: Recent major engine check shows excellent compression and exacting maintenance standards. * Bilge blowers * Bridge controls * Engine Alarm * Emergency engine stop * Halon fire control system * Engine fuel shut off valve * Kohler generator, Diesel, 68.71 cu. inches * Alternator, 20 amps, 12 volts * Holding tank * Thermal acoustical insulation * Lube oil storage and transfer system * Hydraulic hynautic wheel steering * Bennett trim tabs * Walker air seps * Block heaters As can be seen from the photograph, these engines are in immaculate condition. Extensive documentation and maintenance records are available. Hull: This is a vessel constructed in the traditional era of a bygone day, superbly designed and made of heavy-duty fiberglass which makes her the ideal Great Lakes boat. She rides the waves stable and true. * Hull bottom and transom sealed with Interlux 2000 barrier coating * Interlux VC17M bottom paint * Hull washed annually before entering heated indoor storage Safety Features: * Ample quantity of life preservers. * Type IV throwable * Three wall-mounted fire extinguishers * Combination day/night VDS (flare gun) * Horn * Antique brass ship's bell, aft deck * Masthead light Additional information: * This vessel is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects . She is recommended for the serious buyer who wishes to own an exceptional, traditional Great Lakes yacht. We invite you to compare her with any other vessel of her type (double cabin cruiser) and vintage currently on the market. This Viking is one of a kind. Her barrier coat and paint are in excellent condition, along with her original gelcoat. She is stored in a heated indoor facility each winter. Even her headliners are as new. No detail has been overlooked. We welcome your requests for any additional information you desire. Reason for sale: declining health of devoted owners (husband and wife). * Numerous original maintenance records and documents are available, including all factory literature and manuals. * This boat has always been a freshwater vessel. Newly Installed Custom Teak Flooring: Steven Menz, Master Woodworker. Please note that the flooring is constructed of individually installed traditional teak planking and is not to be compared with sheet-applied or synthetic products. Each board was individually numbered so that the color and grain run true throughout. All hatches fit precisely, and the major hatches, where possible, are framed with contoured corners. Each hatch includes the appropriate traditional solid brass hardware. This endeavor was commissioned by the present owners in 2008 and required several months to execute while the vessel remained in enclosed storage for half of the boating season. (All wall-to-wall carpeting was removed, including that alongside the double berth in the forward stateroom which is paneled in teak, as well.) The original Viking inlay flooring, also in pristine condition, is retained in the galley and the heads only. The present owners retained these as well as the entirety of the superb Viking teak joinery throughout the boat. Aft Deck: From the salon up two steps and through twin teak glass-fronted doors, the large aft deck is equipped with the original factory installed fiberglass hardtop and strataglass windows that can be unzipped and fastened upwards to provide ventilation if needed. There is a door to both starboard and port for easy access to the deck areas. The floor is original textured fiberglass with a new custom contoured beige/cream tweed carpet. In addition, the room contains the original Viking teak cabinetry behind which a complete wet bar with a sink and an icemaker/refrigerator can be found. There is also a door at the stern providing access to a teak stairway leading to the teak swim platform. The surrounding railings are also solid teak. The furniture consists of an upholstered loveseat and chair, an additional lounge chair with a coffee table to match. The upholstery is of a beige and mocha "sunbrella" fabric which is resistant to fading. The present owners have also included protective contoured coverings for all upholstered pieces to further protect the upholstery when the vessel is in storage or left unattended for a period of time. Also present are two teak side tables located to port. Custom made tan canvas runners are included for the aft deck and the salon in order to protect both the salon and aft deck carpets during viewing purposes and the flooring surfaces when workmen are engaged to provide services within the vessel. Decorative pillows also accent the aft deck furniture making this a most comfortable area in which to relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the scenery, rain or shine. Master Stateroom: The master stateroom is located three steps (teak) down aft. This room contains a center-line queen berth with generous space to move freely throughout the areas therein. There is extremely ample drawer and cabinet storage space throughout, including a full-sized clothes closet and separate locker. Three lamps provide excellent illumination, including a "his-and-hers" three-way lamp on either side of the bed for nighttime reading. The contoured bedspread is embroidered linen and includes decorative silk pillows. The window treatments to starboard and port, also including the large transom window, are embroidered silk organza overlaying English chintz, also lined and interlined. A matching drapery is also present on the window inside the full-length locker to starboard. The flooring throughout is teak. All additional Viking woodwork/cabinetry has also been retained in this room. The room also contains a fire extinguisher as per regulations. Master Head Aft: This head is located to port, and as per the guest head, contains a full bath with vanity, stall shower, mirrors, ample lighting and electric commode. The original Viking ivory-toned inlay flooring has been retained throughout. The window treatment is made of English silk organza with hand-applied antique lace trim surround. There is generous teak cabinetry providing storage space both above the vanity and below. Guest Stateroom Forward: This private stateroom features a double bed, generous drawer and locker storage and an opening hatch overhead. The draperies starboard and port are 100% silk dupioni, fully lined and interlined for longevity and aesthetic appeal. These include a complimentary trim along each perimeter. The custom contoured bedspread is fabricated of English chintz. Silk decorative pillows enhance the decor. (Unfortunately, these are not visible in the photograph below.) Unlike many forward staterooms, this room is amply lighted, including a reading lamp at the head of the bed, and it contains additional decorative accents. The room contains a genuine Persian rug. All woodwork throughout, including flooring, is solid teak. Guest Head Forward: The spacious head to port adjoins the guest stateroom and is accessible from the stateroom itself and the hallway as well. The doors can be closed to afford maximum privacy for your guests. The room is generously lit with a large vanity, sink, electric commode and a stall shower. The window curtain is silk with an antique lace border, lined and interlined. There is an ample mirrored medicine/storage cabinet above the sink as well as teak storage cabinetry beneath. The flooring is the original Viking ivory-toned inlay with no imperfections. Laundry Area: Located in the hallway to starboard are the Kenmore washer and dryer. The present owners can attest to the fact that the washer was never used as the original drum restraint strips used for transport from the factory were never removed. This was discovered and the strips were subsequently extracted shortly after the purchase of the yacht upon instruction by the present owners, and both appliances function perfectly. Neither has been used since the test run by the Kenmore sales representative who performed this work. Therefore, they remain in as new condition. There is a convenient rod above for use in hanging clothing. These appliances are concealed from view by a paneled teak door and attractive surrounding teak moldings. The hallway flooring is also teak. Galley: This vessel is a galley down style. It is located opposite the dinette to starboard and has a custom teak-paneled Kenmore refrigerator and freezer which matches the original Viking cabinetry style and was commissioned by the present owners. Solid brass safety latches hold both doors in place should the vessel be underway in rough seas. The galley contains a stainless steel sink with garbage disposer, instant hot water, a three-burner electric range, a microwave-convection oven, a disposal, water heater and fresh water system. There is ample storage above, below and alongside the countertops. A central vacuum system is also included. There is also a fire extinguisher in this room as per regulations. The flooring is the original ivory-toned Viking inlay material. Numerous kitchen utensils and other decorative accents are included with the purchase of the vessel. Dinette: Opposite the galley to port is the dinette area with ample seating for six adults. The teak table can be lowered and the dinette converts to a two-sleeper bed. The U-shaped surround seating is custom upholstered around the large table. Complimentary decorative pillows add to the comfort and aesthetic appeal. The window treatment is of a harmonious silk textile, and the area is extremely well lit. There is commodious storage space present beneath the seating area. The flooring and surrounding surfaces in the dinette are teak with a genuine (not a knockoff) Persian carpet located to the front of the table. All areas and accessories are in as new condition. Salon: Up two stairs (teak), the large salon offers ample seating with custom upholstered L-shaped sofas (one containing the hide-a-bed) to port with a French desk and chair to starboard. This makes a fine computer desk as well as a writing area as the desktop lifts for storage of papers, pencils and other related items. There is a wet bar also located to starboard. Numerous compatible silk decorative pillows arranged upon the sofas are included. As is throughout the vessel, all textiles are new. The salon also has immaculate teak joinery, teak flooring throughout and generous storage space. The original Viking Sony color television is contained in its own enclosed teak cabinet as per factory. A Sony audio system, also factory original, can be played throughout the vessel. Two lamps enhance the decor. (Please note: The designers are well versed in marine applications, and every permanent decorative or accent piece has been firmly secured in order to prevent accidents while underway. Personal items such as family photographs, candlesticks and the like must, of course, be stowed beforehand.) The ceiling lighting is of the traditional yacht design with color-compatible wooden bezels surrounding each fixture. A genuine Persian carpet (sale negotiable) enhances the overall decor. Should the future buyer(s) desire a substitute of similar quality, the interior designers have access to such and would be pleased to present artistically appropriate options in a variety of sizes at no additional cost. There is an ebony English tray table in the eighteenth century style located in front of the sofas. The draperies are of an ivory tone, and the large windows to starboard and port are equipped with Magna-Vue blinds. These blinds, when open, permit much more light and views of scenery to enter the room and were installed by the interior designers at the request of the present owners who wished to eliminate the "closed in" feeling of the original conventional mini blinds.

Viking 44' Fiberglass Motor Yacht with twin diesel motors

Viking 44' Fiberglass Motor Yacht with twin diesel motors

$198,000

Brewerton, New York

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* Year:1987, late build with a number of 1988 features * Completely renovated in 2008 * Located in Brewerton, New York * Hull Material: Fiberglass * YW# 1750-1380785 * Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Detroit Diesels * Current Asking Price: US$198,000 Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder: VikingDesigner: Bruce Wilson Dimensions: LOA: 44' Beam: 15' Displacement: 30 CRT (dry) Draft: 3 feet 10 inches 2 J&T Detroit Marine 6-71TI Diesel Engines with 450 HP each Hours: Slightly over true 830 hours on original factory Detroit Diesels Cruising Speed: 21 knotsMax Speed: 24 knots Tankage: Fuel: 460gal. Freshwater: 180gal. Hull lD#VKY44298E787 Place Built: New Gretna, New Jersey Documentation #931119 Hailing Port: Cleveland, Ohio Accommodations: Sleeps four comfortably in two private staterooms, each with its own full bathroom adjoining. The large dinette can be converted to sleep two additional guests, and the salon L-shaped sofa contains a hide-a-bed that can sleep two additional persons for a total of eight. Vessel is factory equipped with central air conditioning/heat. Heater is separate from A/C. The A/C is Marine Air reverse cycle type. Two additional factory installed heaters are built in, one in the salon and one in the master stateroom. Custom interior design throughout: G and L Interiors (Traditional Residential and Marine). This vessel was completely updated and is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects. E-mail for details or visit the web site below: http://www.s487901756.onlinehome.us//Yacht/index.html Bridge: Up three steps from the aft deck is the bridge, the operational center of the vessel. It has a recently installed soft top with full strataglass enclosures with zippers that can be opened as is the case with the aft deck window material. There is an open, unobstructed view for both the captain and the passengers. The same beige/cream tweed carpet is contoured throughout the bridge area, including the stair treads leading up. There are twin padded full seats before the bridge panel, as well as padded surround seating to starboard and forward. Ample storage space can be found beneath these seats as well as within the teak cabinetry forward. Custom installed electronics and the quality Viking bridge gauges and controls are easily accessed by the captain. A newly installed Lowrance GPS/chart plotter and twin closed circuit television cameras have been added, the latter a convenience when there is a need to pilot the vessel stern first into or alongside a tight mooring. These cameras are located at the base of the radar arch, starboard and port. Additional electronics and bridge equipment include: * Furuno 24 mile radar * Robertson autopilot * lcom402VHF * Cybernet 2040 CTX VHF * Datamarine depth sounder * Datamarine knot indicator * Trim tabs * Fire extinguisher * Emergency engine shutoffs and fire protection system monitor at the helm * Bimini top with flybridge curtains * Additional fenders and lines * Life vests, all sizes, contained in zippered vinyl storage unit forward * Navigation lights * Pike poles, deck brushes and numerous other accessories inside teak storage cabinets forward * Original Viking tailored seat covers (two) at the helm Further electrical: * 30 & 50 electrical service * 30 amp power cord * 50 amp power cord with Glendinning cable master; both power outlets are located at starboard stern along with cable TV and phone connectors * 12V DC electrical system * 110V AC electrical system * Two 8D batteries replaced recently Deck: * Danforth anchor * Ideal windlass with chain and rode * Bow pulpit with rails * Four white fenders mounted in stainless steel holders * Lines Mechanical and Engine: Recent major engine check shows excellent compression and exacting maintenance standards. * Bilge blowers * Bridge controls * Engine Alarm * Emergency engine stop * Halon fire control system * Engine fuel shut off valve * Kohler generator, Diesel, 68.71 cu. inches * Alternator, 20 amps, 12 volts * Holding tank * Thermal acoustical insulation * Lube oil storage and transfer system * Hydraulic hynautic wheel steering * Bennett trim tabs * Walker air seps * Block heaters As can be seen from the photograph, these engines are in immaculate condition. Extensive documentation and maintenance records are available. Hull: This is a vessel constructed in the traditional era of a bygone day, superbly designed and made of heavy-duty fiberglass which makes her the ideal Great Lakes boat. She rides the waves stable and true. * Hull bottom and transom sealed with Interlux 2000 barrier coating * Interlux VC17M bottom paint * Hull washed annually before entering heated indoor storage Safety Features: * Ample quantity of life preservers. * Type IV throwable * Three wall-mounted fire extinguishers * Combination day/night VDS (flare gun) * Horn * Antique brass ship's bell, aft deck * Masthead light Additional information: * This vessel is in immaculate condition throughout with no scratches, stains or surface defects . She is recommended for the serious buyer who wishes to own an exceptional, traditional Great Lakes yacht. We invite you to compare her with any other vessel of her type (double cabin cruiser) and vintage currently on the market. This Viking is one of a kind. Her barrier coat and paint are in excellent condition, along with her original gelcoat. She is stored in a heated indoor facility each winter. Even her headliners are as new. No detail has been overlooked. We welcome your requests for any additional information you desire. Reason for sale: declining health of devoted owners (husband and wife). * Numerous original maintenance records and documents are available, including all factory literature and manuals. * This boat has always been a freshwater vessel. Newly Installed Custom Teak Flooring: Steven Menz, Master Woodworker. Please note that the flooring is constructed of individually installed traditional teak planking and is not to be compared with sheet-applied or synthetic products. Each board was individually numbered so that the color and grain run true throughout. All hatches fit precisely, and the major hatches, where possible, are framed with contoured corners. Each hatch includes the appropriate traditional solid brass hardware. This endeavor was commissioned by the present owners in 2008 and required several months to execute while the vessel remained in enclosed storage for half of the boating season. (All wall-to-wall carpeting was removed, including that alongside the double berth in the forward stateroom which is paneled in teak, as well.) The original Viking inlay flooring, also in pristine condition, is retained in the galley and the heads only. The present owners retained these as well as the entirety of the superb Viking teak joinery throughout the boat. Aft Deck: From the salon up two steps and through twin teak glass-fronted doors, the large aft deck is equipped with the original factory installed fiberglass hardtop and strataglass windows that can be unzipped and fastened upwards to provide ventilation if needed. There is a door to both starboard and port for easy access to the deck areas. The floor is original textured fiberglass with a new custom contoured beige/cream tweed carpet. In addition, the room contains the original Viking teak cabinetry behind which a complete wet bar with a sink and an icemaker/refrigerator can be found. There is also a door at the stern providing access to a teak stairway leading to the teak swim platform. The surrounding railings are also solid teak. The furniture consists of an upholstered loveseat and chair, an additional lounge chair with a coffee table to match. The upholstery is of a beige and mocha "sunbrella" fabric which is resistant to fading. The present owners have also included protective contoured coverings for all upholstered pieces to further protect the upholstery when the vessel is in storage or left unattended for a period of time. Also present are two teak side tables located to port. Custom made tan canvas runners are included for the aft deck and the salon in order to protect both the salon and aft deck carpets during viewing purposes and the flooring surfaces when workmen are engaged to provide services within the vessel. Decorative pillows also accent the aft deck furniture making this a most comfortable area in which to relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the scenery, rain or shine. Master Stateroom: The master stateroom is located three steps (teak) down aft. This room contains a center-line queen berth with generous space to move freely throughout the areas therein. There is extremely ample drawer and cabinet storage space throughout, including a full-sized clothes closet and separate locker. Three lamps provide excellent illumination, including a "his-and-hers" three-way lamp on either side of the bed for nighttime reading. The contoured bedspread is embroidered linen and includes decorative silk pillows. The window treatments to starboard and port, also including the large transom window, are embroidered silk organza overlaying English chintz, also lined and interlined. A matching drapery is also present on the window inside the full-length locker to starboard. The flooring throughout is teak. All additional Viking woodwork/cabinetry has also been retained in this room. The room also contains a fire extinguisher as per regulations. Master Head Aft: This head is located to port, and as per the guest head, contains a full bath with vanity, stall shower, mirrors, ample lighting and electric commode. The original Viking ivory-toned inlay flooring has been retained throughout. The window treatment is made of English silk organza with hand-applied antique lace trim surround. There is generous teak cabinetry providing storage space both above the vanity and below. Guest Stateroom Forward: This private stateroom features a double bed, generous drawer and locker storage and an opening hatch overhead. The draperies starboard and port are 100% silk dupioni, fully lined and interlined for longevity and aesthetic appeal. These include a complimentary trim along each perimeter. The custom contoured bedspread is fabricated of English chintz. Silk decorative pillows enhance the decor. (Unfortunately, these are not visible in the photograph below.) Unlike many forward staterooms, this room is amply lighted, including a reading lamp at the head of the bed, and it contains additional decorative accents. The room contains a genuine Persian rug. All woodwork throughout, including flooring, is solid teak. Guest Head Forward: The spacious head to port adjoins the guest stateroom and is accessible from the stateroom itself and the hallway as well. The doors can be closed to afford maximum privacy for your guests. The room is generously lit with a large vanity, sink, electric commode and a stall shower. The window curtain is silk with an antique lace border, lined and interlined. There is an ample mirrored medicine/storage cabinet above the sink as well as teak storage cabinetry beneath. The flooring is the original Viking ivory-toned inlay with no imperfections. Laundry Area: Located in the hallway to starboard are the Kenmore washer and dryer. The present owners can attest to the fact that the washer was never used as the original drum restraint strips used for transport from the factory were never removed. This was discovered and the strips were subsequently extracted shortly after the purchase of the yacht upon instruction by the present owners, and both appliances function perfectly. Neither has been used since the test run by the Kenmore sales representative who performed this work. Therefore, they remain in as new condition. There is a convenient rod above for use in hanging clothing. These appliances are concealed from view by a paneled teak door and attractive surrounding teak moldings. The hallway flooring is also teak. Galley: This vessel is a galley down style. It is located opposite the dinette to starboard and has a custom teak-paneled Kenmore refrigerator and freezer which matches the original Viking cabinetry style and was commissioned by the present owners. Solid brass safety latches hold both doors in place should the vessel be underway in rough seas. The galley contains a stainless steel sink with garbage disposer, instant hot water, a three-burner electric range, a microwave-convection oven, a disposal, water heater and fresh water system. There is ample storage above, below and alongside the countertops. A central vacuum system is also included. There is also a fire extinguisher in this room as per regulations. The flooring is the original ivory-toned Viking inlay material. Numerous kitchen utensils and other decorative accents are included with the purchase of the vessel. Dinette: Opposite the galley to port is the dinette area with ample seating for six adults. The teak table can be lowered and the dinette converts to a two-sleeper bed. The U-shaped surround seating is custom upholstered around the large table. Complimentary decorative pillows add to the comfort and aesthetic appeal. The window treatment is of a harmonious silk textile, and the area is extremely well lit. There is commodious storage space present beneath the seating area. The flooring and surrounding surfaces in the dinette are teak with a genuine (not a knockoff) Persian carpet located to the front of the table. All areas and accessories are in as new condition. Salon: Up two stairs (teak), the large salon offers ample seating with custom upholstered L-shaped sofas (one containing the hide-a-bed) to port with a French desk and chair to starboard. This makes a fine computer desk as well as a writing area as the desktop lifts for storage of papers, pencils and other related items. There is a wet bar also located to starboard. Numerous compatible silk decorative pillows arranged upon the sofas are included. As is throughout the vessel, all textiles are new. The salon also has immaculate teak joinery, teak flooring throughout and generous storage space. The original Viking Sony color television is contained in its own enclosed teak cabinet as per factory. A Sony audio system, also factory original, can be played throughout the vessel. Two lamps enhance the decor. (Please note: The designers are well versed in marine applications, and every permanent decorative or accent piece has been firmly secured in order to prevent accidents while underway. Personal items such as family photographs, candlesticks and the like must, of course, be stowed beforehand.) The ceiling lighting is of the traditional yacht design with color-compatible wooden bezels surrounding each fixture. A genuine Persian carpet (sale negotiable) enhances the overall decor. Should the future buyer(s) desire a substitute of similar quality, the interior designers have access to such and would be pleased to present artistically appropriate options in a variety of sizes at no additional cost. There is an ebony English tray table in the eighteenth century style located in front of the sofas. The draperies are of an ivory tone, and the large windows to starboard and port are equipped with Magna-Vue blinds. These blinds, when open, permit much more light and views of scenery to enter the room and were installed by the interior designers at the request of the present owners who wished to eliminate the "closed in" feeling of the original conventional mini blinds.