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2015 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63

2015 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63

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Orange Beach, Alabama

Year 2015

Make Custom Newport Offshore

Model Offshore 63

Category Powerboats

Length 63'

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2015 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63 The Largest-Fastest-Most Fuel Efficient Yacht under 70' LOA. The New Port Offshore 63 is a fully Custom, made to order, Motor Yacht. She is available in a variety of designs that will best accommodate the Owner in comfort and style. Imagine her as an Hard Top Express with enclosed helm area and open cockpit, or as a Flybridge with enclosed salon and flybridge helm or an Open Express Cruiser. Of course the Owner will have a multitude of choices on the actual interior configuration as well as the decor. She is 100% Carbon Fiber Infused Epoxy making her very light, fast and fuel efficient yet extremely solid and strong. The Newport Offhshore Yacht Team is experienced by over 40 years in yacht design, custom construction, engineering and management for yachts up to 150 feet. This NO 63 can be designed in other hull lengths as well, smaller or larger 50, 80 to 90 feet range if desired.  From Designers with over 40 years experience and World renowned New England Boatworks this Carbon Fiber CAT offers the latest and greatest in Hull Design, Construction and Propulsion. Compare the price to many production boats with traditional fiberglass and direct drive systems and you will see that the NO 63 is a far superior vessel allowing the Owner virtually limitless layout options, 700nm range at 40gal/hr and a price very comparable to the production vessels. One Hundred Percent Made in the United States of America.  For additional information and to explore all the advantages of a Custom Built CAT Motor Yacht please call Marine Group-Emerald Coast. Facility tours and meetings with the Design team available and encouraged.

2014 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63

2014 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63

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Orange Beach, Alabama

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2014 Custom Newport Offshore Offshore 63 The Largest-Fastest-Most Fuel Efficient Yacht under 70' LOA. The New Port Offshore 63 is a fully Custom, made to order, Motor Yacht. She is available in a variety of designs that will best accommodate the Owner in comfort and style. Imagine her as an Hard Top Express with enclosed helm area and open cockpit, or as a Flybridge with enclosed salon and flybridge helm or an Open Express Cruiser. Of course the Owner will have a multitude of choices on the actual interior configuration as well as the decor. She is 100% Carbon Fiber Infused Epoxy making her very light, fast and fuel efficient yet extremely solid and strong. The Newport Offhshore Yacht Team is experienced by over 40 years in yacht design, custom construction, engineering and management for yachts up to 150 feet. This NO 63 can be designed in other hull lengths as well, smaller or larger 50, 80 to 90 feet range if desired.  From Designers with over 40 years experience and World renowned New England Boatworks this Carbon Fiber CAT offers the latest and greatest in Hull Design, Construction and Propulsion. Compare the price to many production boats with traditional fiberglass and direct drive systems and you will see that the NO 63 is a far superior vessel allowing the Owner virtually limitless layout options, 700nm range at 40gal/hr and a price very comparable to the production vessels. One Hundred Percent Made in the United States of America.  For additional information and to explore all the advantages of a Custom Built CAT Motor Yacht please call Marine Group-Emerald Coast. Facility tours and meetings with the Design team available and encouraged.

2003 Bayliner 2859 Ciera Classic

2003 Bayliner 2859 Ciera Classic

$27,900

Newport News, Virginia

Year 2003

Make Bayliner

Model 2859 Ciera Classic

Category Powerboats

Length 30'

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2003 Bayliner 2859 Ciera Classic,The "LINDA MARIE" is docked in Newport News, Virginia on the James River. She is in "turn Key" condition. The physical features and equipment on board will allow four season travel in comfort and safety. While in search for the boat that was just right for us...we traveled several states, viewed and boarded many vessels. Always disappointed in the condition and pricing of what was available, we almost gave up. When we boarded this boat, we looked at each other and knew we had found her. Not only is she a beauty, clean and in wonderful condition but offered equipment and accessories that we didn't think we would find in our price range. $27900.00, 7039193556

62' Twin Engine Long Range Trawler

62' Twin Engine Long Range Trawler

$220,000

Newport Beach, California

Year 1992

Make Vanderhoeven

Model 1900T

Category -

Length 62.0

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"PAYMENTS" CORRECTION: This vessel is not for sale by auction. As such, the $2,000 deposit is not due until buyer commits to making the purchase subject to inspection, sea-trial, and out of the water survey if he so chooses. Said deposit shall be unconditionally refundable for a period of seven days. Payment in full shall be due upon close of escrow. HISTORY: Vaya Con Dios was built by the De Alm Shipyard in Holland and launched in 1992. The Vanderhoeven hull and superstructure were originally designed to serve as a North Sea fishing trawler. After many years service in the North Sea, and at the request of potential buyers, the the superstructure design was modified so the redesigned vessels could serve as a seaworthy pleasure craft for the boating public. Upon completion, her German owner sailed his new vessel from Holland to the Spanish port of Almerimar on the Costa Del Sol. I purchased her from the original owner in 2001 while on a circumnavigation aboard my Peterson 46, Black Rose. THE CROSSING: Having two boats but not wanting to make the Atlantic crossing twice, I signed on a South African crew and the four of us departed late in the season and towed Black Rose across the Atlantic by way of Gibraltar, Cabo Verde and the Canary Islands. Being in no rush and wishing to conserve fuel, we made the Atlantic crossing using one engine at a time, averaging 5.5 knots swapping engines every couple of days. We completed the 4000 mile crossing from Spain to Trinidad in thirty days. Upon arrival in Trinidad, Vaya Con Dios was laid up in the port city of Chaguaramous until the following season. Upon our return, we spent several months island hopping through the Caribbean and, after transiting the Panama Canal, we continued our cruise up the west coast of Central America and Mexico. DESCRIPTION VESSEL DRAFT: 6' 1" DISPLACEMENT: 47 tons. CONSTRUCTION: The hull is double-chined and double welded with the inside weld left unground for additional strength. The hull and superstructure are built with Lloyds grade A approved steel. The hull has a full-length keel with twin side-keels protecting the propeller shafts. Each propeller is surrounded by a protective ring of steel to minimize possible damage caused by such flotsam as fishing nets and lines. All railings, bollards, anchor-chain tubes, upper-deck ladder and water tank are constructed of high-grade 316 stainless steel. ENGINES: The commercial diesel engines were made in Holland with approximately 2200 hours on them since a major overhaul. They are massive in size and designed to run for thousands of additional hours. They start easily and run strong. I spend most weekends on the vessel and while she's been my "condo on the water" for the last twelve years, I run the engines weekly. TANKAGE: Fuel tanks- The main fuel-tank is located in the midships bilge and holds 1585 gallons. The secondary fuel-tank, holding 530 gallons, is located in the engine-room bilge just aft of the main fuel tank.The two gravity feed fuel-tanks are located on the forward engine room bulkhead and hold 100 gallons. Total fuel-tank capacity is 2215 gallons. Water tank- The stainless steel longitudinally baffled water tank has a capacity of 660 gallons. Holding tanks- One forward tank and one aft tank, each holding 40 gallons. RANGE: This vessel's maximum range is 4430 nautical miles running on one engine at a time at an average speed of 5.5 knots. Running at 8 or 9 knots with both engines will have a significant increase in fuel consumption with a corresponding reduction in range. FUEL CONSUMPTION: The fuel consumption was slightly over 2 nautical mile/ U.S. gallon. STEERING SYSTEM: Hydraulic ANCHOR WINDLASS: LoFranz GROUND TACKLE: There are two ship's anchors as seen in photos along with 300' of 7/16 galvanized chain. BOW-THRUSTER: A new bow-thruster will be included in the sale and installed prior to close of escrow. STABILIZERS: Hydraulic in need of repair. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 24 volt dc, 220 volt 50 cycle ac. GEN-SET: 13 kw Diesel Sole 220 v. dc 50 cycle. HEATING: Diesel furnace with radiators in each cabin. Water heater is 220 volts. WASHER/DRYER: 220 volt electric, front loading. AUTOPILOT: Autohelm 7000 ELECTRONICS: Furuno 48 mile open array. Furuno GPS. Icom VHF radio. LIFE-RAFT: Givens eight-man raft in fiberglass hard-shell case. DINGY: Avon Redcrest inflatable with wood floor. RECENT ENGINE MAINTENANCE: New transmission oil coolers and two new Johnson raw-water pumps purchased but not yet installed. There are many spare parts including an alternator, new engine belts, impellers, oil and fuel filters. Also there are numerous hand tools. INTERIOR LAYOUT: On the lower-deck, the captain's cabin and head are aft. Next is the large engine room. Forward of that are port and starboard staterooms, then the port and starboard heads, followed by the fourth stateroom at the bow. On the upper-deck forward is the wheelhouse. Aft of that is the port-side galley followed by the main salon and aft-deck. VESSEL LOCATION: Vaya Con Dios is located on a mooring at the Newport Harbor Yacht Club, Newport Beach, California. DISCLOSURE: The pictures in the photo collection are current except for the one at the yacht club dock and the last picture in the series and that is not Vaya's sister-ship.

2012 Back Cove 34

2012 Back Cove 34

$359,000

Newport, Rhode Island

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2012 Back Cove 34  This recent trade will be on Display at the 2014 Newport brokerage boat show on September 11-14th, at the Newport Shipyard. Cummins QSB 5.9 480, 250 hours, Bow & Stern Thrusters, Garmin 7212 GPS/Chart plotter, AIS, Sirius Weather, 4kw Raydome, Simrad auto pilot, Icom VHF, Buckskin Ultra leather, Windshield cover, Ocean Air Blinds, Aft Privacy cover for the Enclosure, Aft Awning, Seat covers, Table covers, box of Cummins parts The Maine boat buildng industry has, for centuries, produced rugged, sea going vessels. Today the popularity of the downeast motoryacht continues to grow worldwide. With her vee-hull and single diesel engine, she'll cruise quitely and comfortably at 24-26 knots. On deck she is a practical and well laid out boat with wide side decks and always a hand hold wherever needed. Below deck the 34 offers plenty of head and elbow room. With 6'5" of interior height, she is one of the most spacious boats in her class. She also offers a roomy enclosed head with a separate stall shower.