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2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL

2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL

$259,000

Clearwater, Florida

Category Fishing Boats

Length 60'

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2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL                                  PRICE SLASHED $20,000 !                                                SUPER  MOTIVATED!  - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED                          FERRY PASSENGER - PARTY FISHING - SIGHTSEEING - DIVING DEFENDER YACHTS, Built in Miami have enjoyed a Sterling Reputation from this 60' 2008 Model and the Custom Yachts built by this Famous Builder now owned by Russel Marine. Two of her sister-ships have been operating as Passenger vessels at Miami Bayside & the Viscaya Museum & Gardens, Famous Tourist Attractions in Miami.The present Owner is moving up to Larger Vessel and will entertain all reasonable offers. This is a Must See and a Rare Opportunity for everyone in the Marine Tourist, Fishing, Diving, Sightseeing and Passenger commerce. POWERED BY TWIN DIESELS - MTU 60 SERIES DETROIT - 760HP ea.-1520HP TOTAL -  WITH ONLY 740 ORIGINAL HOURS. ALL ELECTRONICS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION & OPERATING & PERFORMING READY TO GO INTO BUSINESS AS IS, OR SHE CAN BE RE-FITTED - FROM A FERRY TO A LUXERY YACHT CRUISES AT 18K @1800 RPM - WITH A BURN RATE OF 64 GPH - 1200 Mile Range Please do not hesitate to contact Herb for additional information

2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL

2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL

$259,000

Clearwater, Florida

Category Fishing Boats

Length 60'

Posted Over 1 Month

2008 Defender COMMERCIAL 0R PLEASURE - MUST SELL! TWIN DETROIT DIESEL                                  PRICE SLASHED $20,000 !                                                SUPER  MOTIVATED!  - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED                          FERRY PASSENGER - PARTY FISHING - SIGHTSEEING - DIVING DEFENDER YACHTS, Built in Miami have enjoyed a Sterling Reputation from this 60' 2008 Model and the Custom Yachts built by this Famous Builder now owned by Russel Marine. Two of her sister-ships have been operating as Passenger vessels at Miami Bayside & the Viscaya Museum & Gardens, Famous Tourist Attractions in Miami.The present Owner is moving up to Larger Vessel and will entertain all reasonable offers. This is a Must See and a Rare Opportunity for everyone in the Marine Tourist, Fishing, Diving, Sightseeing and Passenger commerce. POWERED BY TWIN DIESELS - MTU 60 SERIES DETROIT - 760HP ea.-1520HP TOTAL -  WITH ONLY 740 ORIGINAL HOURS. ALL ELECTRONICS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION & OPERATING & PERFORMING READY TO GO INTO BUSINESS AS IS, OR SHE CAN BE RE-FITTED - FROM A FERRY TO A LUXERY YACHT CRUISES AT 18K @1800 RPM - WITH A BURN RATE OF 64 GPH - 1200 Mile Range Please do not hesitate to contact Herb for additional information

1982 Post Marine 42

1982 Post Marine 42

$69,500

Newburyport, Massachusetts

Year 1982

Make Post Marine

Model 42

Category Fishing Boats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

1982 Post Marine 42 SUPER CLEAN 1982 POST 42'!  Powered by twin Detroit Diesel 6-71 TI  with 1000 hrs since owner bought boat in 2001.  Updated Electronics,  Kilopak 8 kw Generator Liferaft, Rupp outriggers with center rigger, New Flybridge Isenglass enclosure 2016.  Owner has taken exceptional care of the boat for over 15 years.  This is a must see if your in the market for a well maintained, clean sport fishing boat.  More photos to come. Preliminary listing. Go to specs to view full listing.  Call today to schedule showing.

1988 Post Marine Convertible

1988 Post Marine Convertible

$99,000

New Port Richey, Florida

Year 1988

Make Post Marine

Model Convertible

Category Fishing Boats

Length 46'

Posted Over 1 Month

1988 Post Marine Convertible (LOCATION: Key West FL) The Post 46 Sport Fisherman is a big, brawny, fishing machine with great styling, outstanding accommodations, and exceptional performance. Lethal Weapon has been a successful charter proving the value of the 46 SF. The flybridge features hardtop, center-line helm station, twin helm chairs, and guest seating forward and to port. The helm features a full complement of electronics including: Garmin 2010C color GPS, Simrad RA12 radar, Simrad AP20 autopilot, Furuno FCV-582L sounder,Depth finder, Sound system, and Icom VHF radio. The bridge is equipped with outriggers, rocket launchers, and spreader lights.  The large cockpit gives you more than enough workspace, and includes prep station with fighting chair, sink, livewell, tackle locker, fish boxes, transom door, saltwater wash down, and a cockpit freezer. The foredeck includes stainless steel bow rail and bow pulpit with roller, anchor and windlass. Thirty thousand dollars worth of fishing tackle and chair included. She comes with big game fish permits and Dry Tortuga National Park overnight permit. The interior is large, open, and comfortable. The roomy salon has port side sofa with coffee table. To starboard is an L-shaped dinette with adjustable table, easy chair, and entertainment center with TV and sound system. Forward is a service bar overlooking the galley below. Just a couple steps down is a full galley with stand-up refrigerator/freezer, three-burner range, microwave oven, teak cabinets with solid surface counter with deep stainless steel sink. For overnight and extended fishing trips there are two staterooms. The master stateroom is to starboard with queen berth, hanging locker, bulkhead storage, overhead hatch, and private head compartment. The forward guest stateroom has offset high/low twin berths, under-berth storage, rope locker, hanging locker, and overhead hatch. The guest/day head has vanity, and shower. Performance is provided by twin Detroit Diesel turbocharged engines generating 485 horsepower each, with a top speed around 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots. Mechanical features include: Onan generator, reverse cycle HVAC, water heater, central vacuum, washer/dryer, and engine room fire suppression. She is a good-looking, well-equipped sport fisherman with tons of room. If you are serious about fishing in style or looking for an exceptional cruiser call now for more information and to schedule a showing of this 46 Post Marine Sport Fisherman.

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.

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.

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.

1975 Post Marine 42 Sportfish

1975 Post Marine 42 Sportfish

$69,900

St. Petersburg, Florida

Year 1975

Make Post Marine

Model 42 Sportfish

Category Convertible Boats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Post Marine 42 Sportfish 1975 Post 42 Sportfish  'Swamp Thing' is powered by twin 485hp Detroit Diesel 6-71 TIs with only 100 hours SMOH and supported by a 7.5 KW Onan Generator with only 448 hours. Other features include:  tuna tower, Lee outriggers, Fighting chair, Cockpit Bait-prep  area and Bait well,  Furuno NavNet Radar-GPS-Depth Finder, Teak & Holly cabin sole, CruiseAir Reverse Cycle A/C, Salon with Leather Convertible Sofa  and  flatscreen TV w/ Satelitte Dish and more.   As a fishing platform, most tournament veterans rank the Post 42 Sportfish among the best of the mid-range sport fishermen. Slip available on Harbor Island.

108' ex US Navy training & research vessel

108' ex US Navy training & research vessel

$225,000

Seattle, Washington

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ever want to own an affordable real naval vessel which you can actually afford to operate?...well now is your opportunity! The exYP-697 was sold this past spring as surplus from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center at Keyport. Presently at Ballard and recently completed necessary work to restore all machinery to operating condition in preparation for her next life. All machinery aboard now fully operational. Her hull is in excellent and structurally sound condition. Admeasurement completed by ABS and ready to apply for USCG Certificate of Documentation. Gross tonnage is 193 which qualifies her to be either US flagged uninspected research and passenger vessel service. specs: loa: 108' beam: 24' draft: 7' gross tonnage: 193grt displacement tons: 175long tons construction: double planked wood (fir over cedar) on laminated oak structural members w/ aluminum superstructure. Only silicon bronze or stainless fastenings used. main engines: Detroit Diesel 12V71N gears: Twin Disc MG514 generators: Detroit Diesel 3-71 45kW 460vAC fuel: 6000gal in two aluminum tanks water: 1200gal in two steel tanks berthing: 5 cabins w/ 24 berths heads: 3 enclosed toilets and showers radars: Sperry and Furuno depth sounder: SITEX autopilot: Simrad Robertson compass: magnetic and GPS GPS: Furuno radios: two Icom VHFs other: PA and telephone systems other systems: chilled circulating water HVAC system throughout vessel, fixed fire detection system throughout, fixed fire extinguishing systems in engineroom and fuel tank compartments, 300 gal msd holding tank all stainless steel galley with fully commercial grade equipment to the best of my knowledge, DAUNTLESS is only one of three 108' YPs sold to private buyers to date and the only one presently for sale on the market anywhere. she certainly is the only one in private hands on the west coast (something alone worth at least $75k in delivery costs through the Panama Canal) Current owner is prepared to convert the vessel to many pleasure or commercial configurations for a buyer upon a signed contract. YPs have tremendous potential for conversion to a true personal expedition yacht or commercial 12passenger configuration to explore remote waters. Built heavily stout to NAVSEA specs these vessels can venture to wild and seldom explored places lightweight yachts cannot reach. She is perfect for both distant water Alaskan voyages as she is as a Sea of Cortez diving trips. 10% down required within 7days after reaching a purchase and sale agreement, seller will grant a buyer 30days for a survey to be conducted at buyer's expense. for a full priced sale, present owner will haul vessel and provide new bottom paint plus overhaul all through hull valves and gauge stern tube and cutlass bearings. offered to US citizen buyers and possibly to foreign buyers but only on approval by the DoD...not that I don't want to sell her to any interested party but this vessel was a Navy demil asset so requires non US citizen buyers to be vetted before title can be transferred. present owner will gladly take calls at 360-610-9138 and answer all your questions.

1978 Marine Management 48 Custom Dive Vessel

1978 Marine Management 48 Custom Dive Vessel

$139,000

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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1978 Marine Management 48 Custom Dive Vessel Average condition. Twin Detroit 871 Diesel engines rated at 230 HP Each. Allison M20L hydraulic transmissions. Ample storage with cut out swimstep for easy access to the water. Large open cockpit. This vessel will hold 66 Tanks for a full day of... Make: Marine Management Model: 48 Custom Dive Vessel Length: 48 Dealer: National Liquidators ID: 274525 Ad provided by BoatingBay

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.

MARINE CONSTRUCTION VESSEL:  BARGE  +  CRANE,   SUPPLY VESSEL ,   SUPPLY BOAT

MARINE CONSTRUCTION VESSEL: BARGE + CRANE, SUPPLY VESSEL , SUPPLY BOAT

$250,000

Stamford, Connecticut

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Posted Over 1 Month

MARINE CONSTRUCTION VESSEL + CRANE PACKAGE:GRT(Gross Registered Ton): 177 Tons. LOA: 175’ Beam: 40’ Depth: 12’ Draft: 6’-9’Powerplant: 2 – D398 Cat main engines and gears. 2 – Detroit Diesel 6-71 60 KW gen sets. 1 – Detroit Diesel 6-71 bow thruster.This is an entire marine construction company in one package.With complete galley and state rooms, the vessel is ideal for live-aboard projects in remote areas.The twin-screw robust power plant provides redundancy, excellent maneuverability, and, along with its USCG Coastwise Endorsement, makes this vessel ideal for towing.True turn-key operation, the vessel is ideal for dock, pier, bulkhead, dolphin, and marina construction, as well as dredging.The converted OSV hull was designed for extreme conditions and enables the vessel to get the job done while the competition sits weatherbound. Marine Construction Equipment: 40 ton Bucyrus Erie lattice boom crawler crane with 70’ angular boom, torque converter, and complete pile driving and clamshell configuration; two thru-hull spud wells; 600 CFM diesel air compressor; 2,000 GPM high pressure water jetting pump with 60’ long pipe lance; 7B and 9B pneumatic hammers; bow capstan; complete workshop including lathe; drill press; bolt and pipe threader; bench grinder; welding machine; extensive inventory of construction hardware. Navigation Equipment: GPS, Chart Plotter, 2 radars, 2 VHF marine radios, loudhailer, autopilot, dual pump hydraulic steering, radio license, USCG Certificate of Documentation with Coastwise Operational Endorsement and no RestrictionsConfiguration: Accommodations for crew of 6, full galley, electric incinerator head, shower, below-deck equipment storage compartment, fuel transfer pump and hose for equipment fueling, 6 person inflatable life raft.Capacities:Estimated Total fuel capacity: 20,000 gallons consisting of: ((2) 7,000 gallon wing tanks and (2) 3,000 gallon day tanks). (2 of the tanks have not been used in many years and they will need work).Estimated Fresh water tank capacity: 1,200 gal.Estimated Lube oil tank capacity:290 gal.Additional Info: Vessel is coast guard trade endorsed.Vessel falls into category for uninspected vessel, registered tonnage is 177 gross tons, no license required. More Photos and info available (please call). Price: $250,000. *Please call Before Bidding! Phone: (203) 5369339

1996 Sea Ray 500 Sundancer 50 ft Diesel Nice and ready to move on

1996 Sea Ray 500 Sundancer 50 ft Diesel Nice and ready to move on

$139,500

Little Rock, Arkansas

Year 1996

Make Sea Ray

Model 500 Sundancer

Category Motor Yachts

Length 50.0

Posted Over 1 Month

My father wants a bigger boat. This boat is at yacht club in Little Rock Arkansas On the Arkansas River. It is Real nice. He will leave everything on boat You will need food and clothes He will take a few personal items. Fill free to ask any question. The name of the Cruiser is Gypsea This 500 Sundancer was one of the largest sportcruisers on the market during her 1990's production years. With her long foredeck and sleek profile, the 500 combined luxury and extravagance in what was once a state-of-the-art package. Her sheer size is impressive enough, but it's the expansive, high-style interior that caused first-time viewers to catch their breath. Here, laid out on a single level and presenting a panorama of curved bulk-heads and designer furnishings, the Sundancer's accommodations rival those of a small motor yacht. There are private staterooms, two heads (each with a stall showers), a plush U-shaped sofa aft, and a wide-open salon with excellent headroom throughout. The cockpit-with its triple companion seat, full wet bar, and circular lounge seating can seat a small crowd. Additional features include a reverse sport arch, wide sidedecks, and a huge engine room. This amazing vessel is powered with Twin 6V92 Detroit Diesels and a odometer that reads 072 original hours. Seller has maintained her with an open checkbook. She has always been kept in a covered slip and shows like new. Hard to believe she is a 1996 model. Please call today for more info wayne 501-590-1739 Cruising Speed: 22 mph Max Speed: 26 mph LOA: 50 ft 1 in Beam: 15 ft Max Draft: 4 ft Cabin Headroom: 7 ft Dry Weight: 34500 lb Trim Tabs: Yes Deadrise at Transom: 17 ° Windlass: Electric Windlass Fuel Tanks Capacity: 550 gal Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 150 gal Holding Tank Capacity: 68 gal Number of single berths: 5 Number of double berths: 2 Number of Cabins: 2 Number of Heads: 2 Engine Make: Detroit Engine Model: 6V92 Primary Engines: Inboard Drive Type: V Drive Location: Port Engine Year: 1996 Hours: 72 Power: 550 hp Propeller Type: 4 Blade Engine Make: Detroit Engine Model: 6V92 Primary Engines: Inboard Drive Type: V Drive Location: Starboard Engine Year: 1996 Hours: 72 Power: 550 hp Propeller Type: 4 Blade • Depthsounder - Garmin GSD 20 Sounder • Radar - Furuno Marine Radar • Wind Speed and Direction - Autohelm Speed Indicator • TV Set - Panasonic • Navigation Center • VCR • Plotter - Garmin GPSMAP 2006/ 2010 Chart Plotter • DVD Player - Sony • Autopilot • Radio - Sony PlayStation 2 • Compass • CD Player - Sony • GPS • Cockpit Speakers - Sonic Stage Ver. 2.1 • VHF • Washing Machine - Laveuse Secheuse Combinee Condenser Washer-Dryer • Electric Bilge Pump • Microwave Oven - Sharp Carousel Microwave • Marine Head • Air Conditioning - Cruisair • Heating - Cruisair • Refrigerator - Standup/full AC Refrigerator/freezzer • Battery Charger • Shore Power Inlet - Dockside Electrical Cable • Generator - Westerbeke 11 KW • Cockpit Shower • Cockpit Cushions • Cockpit Table • Bimini Top - New 2014 • Cockpit Cover - New Eisenglass 2014 Features Electronics Inside Equipment Electrical Equipment Outside Equipment/Extras The distinctive Sea Ray 500 Sundancer mid-cabin combines impeccable lines, luxurious comfort, and unconditional seaworthiness. The 500 Sundancer is designed for serious cruising in uncompromised comfort. At the helm station, an adjustable captain's chair faces a wrap- around instrument console. Adjacent to the swivel helm seat is a large padded bench. The large, open cockpit provides a wet bar for refreshments, comfortable wraparound seating for eight, and a custom-engineered digital cassette stereo system with four speakers and cockpit remote control. Down four steps, the salon features a plush circular sofa with a convertible cocktail table - ottoman which can be raised to form a convenient dining table. An advanced stereo system, featuring cassette and compact disc, is acoustically matched to the interior to provide custom-equalized sound. A custom-built breakfast counter with padded bar stools separates the salon from a fully appointed walk-in galley with refrigerator - freezer, three-burner cooktop, and microwave. Portside, across from the galley, the guest stateroom includes a double bed with upper berth, cedar hanging locker, and full head with vanity and shower. Forward, a comfortable settee and a queen-size bed with custom designed sheets and bedspread grace the master stateroom. Cedar-lined hanging lockers with mirrored doors and a large mirrored dresser are included. The en-suite master head has a ceramic tile floor, VacuFlush head, vanity, and shower with a built-in seat. I have tried to answer any questions If i missed some Please ask Call Wayne 5015901739 Thanks

Motoryacht 1985 Guy Coauch  72'  Tennessee River TN.  Cruiser Diesel Boat Yacht

Motoryacht 1985 Guy Coauch 72' Tennessee River TN. Cruiser Diesel Boat Yacht

$499,000

Knoxville, Tennessee

Category Flybridge Boats

Length 72'

Posted Over 1 Month

SHIP SPECIFICATIONS • YEAR: 1985• BUILDER: Guy Couach• YACHT LOCATION: Knoxville, TN• HULL MATERIAL:Kevlar reinforced fiberglass) • HULL TYPE: • DIMENSIONS LOA: 72 ft. Beam: 18ft. Draft: 4ft 5in Weight: 100,000lbs ENGINES • Engines: Twin 12V71TI Detroit Diesels - 750hp each with low hours .• Fuel Type: Diesel• Horsepower 1500hp : • Indicated hours -low hours- less than 4000 hours • Engine synchronizers: • Emergency shutdown: Manual shutdowns on both helms.• Engine room ventilation: blowers• Turbocharger ENGINE ROOM•Six 8D batteries• Halon CO2 fire suppression system • Masterhead Lectrisan sanitation system• Electric oil changing pump .Automatic battery charger AC GENSET• 25kw Westerbeke primary genset and 8kw Westerbeke auxiliary genset.• Voltage Rating -- 240V• Indicated hours - low hours TANKS• Fuel tanks (main & aux.) 1500 gallons• Fresh water tank -- 400 gallons Holding tank 200 gallons DECK AREA• Safety Railing: .• Hatches: Fore deck: .Six Heavy Duty Fenders• Anchor/Windlass/250' chain/rope• Cleats: for mooring and mid ship• Boarding Ladder: 3 step ladder mounted on swim platform. • Marquipt Electric Lay down davit • Bow Thruster ACCESSORY LISTFenders, Dock Lines, Life vests, Shoreline Power Cords (twin 250 V 50amp) GALLEY• Microwave• Whirlpool 4 Burner w/Oven• Double sink• Whirlpool Side-by -side Refrigerator • Dishwasher COVERED AFT DECK• Seats: Two large cockpit seats UPPER DECK/ FLY BRIDGE• Captain's Chair with seating for five on Bridge• Large Bimini top with full encloses • Plexiglass windshield• Radio antennas• Large upper aft deck with round table and four chairs• Four Large deluxe deck chairs INSTRUMENTS AND NAV ELECTRONICS •Two VHF Radios•Two Depth Sounders • Speed/Distance•Two Tachometers• Engine Pressure, Voltage and Temp Gauges • Engine Alarms• Autopilot- dual station • Compass -dual station - • Radar -- Raytheon RL70C• GPS • Air Horn dual station • Search Light Remote Control• Port/Starboard Running Lights• Anchor Light• Hailer• Rudder angle indicator • Trim tabs ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS • Battery bank -- Six 8D Batteries.• AC/DC breaker panel -- located aft of wheelhouse• Charging system --auto battery charger in bilge• • Shore power inlet -- twin 250/ 50 amp; port side and aft cockpit deck hookup• Shoreline cords (2)• AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT • Type -- SEVEN UNITS. reverse cycle 1985 Guy Couch 72' GAYLEWINDS Motor Yacht For Sale............... Price $499,000 Year 1985 Length 72' Bean 18' Engines: Twin 12V71TI Detroit Diesels - 750hp each with low hours. 2 Generators: 25kw Westerbeke primary genset and 8kw Westerbeke auxiliary genset. Hull Material: Kevlar reinforced fiberglass. Located in a covered slip in freshwater on the Tennessee river- in Knoxville Tennessee. Built by Guy Couach - France's leading manufacturer if gunships and custom yachts. This vessel is strong and heavy. Built for speed and comfort, it will cruse at 24 mph. With a displacement of 100,000lbs, it possesses true roughwater performance...and is equally at home on the lakes and rivers or in the open sea. In fact, the hull of this yacht is the same hull that is used on Guy Couach's 72' gunship. This yacht is AMERICAN MADE.....the hull was laid in France, then shipped to Guy Couach's factory in Dania, Florida where the yacht was built and commissioned.. $80,000 major upgrade performed in 2004 by Yacht Management Inc. at Harbor Towne Marina in Dania, Florida. Detailed breakdown included in specs available to interested buyers only from Seller. Replacement cost today exceeds $3 million. (See Guy Couach's website http://couach.com/en/sales/). Recent out-of-water marine survey is available...appraised for $810,000. For copy of survey and detailed specs for interested buyers only, contact Seller. This unique yacht has large salon, day head, formal dining room, custom appointments, gormet galley, large down helm with observation area - all on main level. Downstairs has 5 staterooms and four heads. Take a Tour: You may ring the door bell or enter the big glass door to a large salon. Beautiful South African teak interior throughout yacht. With a black lacquered custom cabinet full length of salon area, concealed TV/entertainment center, a small circular bar and pedestal for displaying custom art. Guest day head adjacent to the salon has a gold sink and a custom floor constructed of Venetian crystal tiles, gilded with 24k gold. A large cream leather sofa with chase on the opposite side make for great comfort. A lighted glass panel with the sea goddess etching separates the salon and the dining area. There is a large glass round dining table with seating for 6 and a Venetian crystal chandelier above .(Original to the yacht). Under the window is a circular black lacquered cabinet with matching lacquered chairs, that wraps the round dinning area. A large mirror reflects and doubles the visual size. One step up on the right brings you to the all electric galley. It is equipped with large stove , refrigerator, microwave, double sink, boiling water faucet, and dishwasher. Lots of white cabinets, located top and bottom and there is some some stainless steel. A door to the outside makes easy access to the galley when carrying in supplies . Forward from the steps is a nice size wheel station with a observation booth and chart table. Also great place for snacking or playing games. Equipped with trash compacter, a Captain's chair and a folding first mate chair for comfort when traveling inside. Port and starboard doors to the outside are in the wheel station. From the wheel station, travel down the spiral lighted stair case that take you to a high celling downstairs. This area is perfect for people who enjoy traveling with family and friends, but want to have their own private cabin. All five staterooms have or have access to a full bath with shower or tub, sink and head. Each stateroom has its own air-conditioning/ heat unit. Three staterooms have two single beds. One stateroom has a single bed, desk, and also used as an office. The full beam large master suite has a queen bed, with lots of storage for the owner as well as for his lady. There is a flat screen TV opposite the bed. Adjacent is a full bath with tub/shower, sink with custom gold/pewter fixtures, head and bidet. In all staterooms, custom window treatments and bed covers are in like new condition. This yacht sleeps 9 adults comfortly. The back deck is a great place to sit and relax , while the top deck has it's table and chairs for eating and electric fold-down davit for lifting dingy, etc.. A large seating area circles the flybridge Captain's helm chair. A great place to enjoy the scenery and share a conversation with your Captain while you are under way. Large Bimini top with full enclosures, too. On the front of the yacht is a large sunning pad, large enough for 4, plus a seating area. This is a truly elegant vessel, and compares favorably with mega yachts costing much more - just smaller. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE Sale is for cash only, FOB Knoxville, Tennessee - no trade-ins. This used vessel is being sold in :as is" condition, with no warranty whatsoever, either expressed or implied. Prior to closing buyer and seller agree to enter into a vessel purchase agreement putting forth the terms of the sale. Payment will be made by wire transfer. Boat will be released upon confirmation of receipt by seller of payment in full, and receipt by buyer of fully executed bill of sale. A signed and approved sales agreement and receipt of appropriate deposit will be required before sea trails are conducted. If marine survey is desired by buyer, it shall be at buyer's expense. If sea trials or marine survey are unacceptable, seller will return deposit. NOTE: Copy of recent marine survey (August 18, 2012) and copy of 19 page sales brochure is available upon request for serious inquires only. Sales Tax may apply. Buyer is responsible for paying any sales tax due to the purchase of this item. Buyer is encouraged to investigate the sales tax cost in the state of registration. DISCLAIMER: Seller offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the good working order or condition of the vessel, ship systems, equipment, furnishings or accessories. Buyer is encouraged to seek the advice of a licensed ship surveyor, or buyer's agent, to investigate and validate the condition and description of this vessel. This vessel is being sold "as is", with no warranty whatsoever, either expresses or implied.

1988 Trojan 12 Meter Convertible

1988 Trojan 12 Meter Convertible

$65,000

Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Year 1988

Make Trojan

Model 12 Meter Convertible

Category Sport Fishing Boats

Length 40

Posted 3 Days Ago

This recently renovated 1988 Trojan 12 Meter 40' Sport Fisherman is in great condition according to the owner. This beautiful sportfish / convertible has been well maintained by an owner who does all the right things at the right time. -Recent Complete Engine Overhaul -Twin DETROIT 671-T Johnson & Tower 485 HP each w/ approx. 125 hours since re-build in 2016 -Complete Transmission overhauled -New Electrical Panel and wiring -New PHASOR 9Kva Power Generator -New pumps -New A/C Units -New heavy duty Battery Charger -New high-performance batteries January 2018: Port transmission gear replacement. Electrical system checked and working order. April 2018 Haul-Out & Maintenance: Total Invested aprox $ 9000.00 - Replaced all Zincs with New - Removed both Shafts and Propellers and had them rectified by FJ Marine. Installled back and alligned to transmission - Removed all Water Seacocks, had them sand blasted and lubricated for free operation and Installed them back. - Primed bottom with Interlux Interprotect 2000 - Applied Interlux MicronSCS Black Ablative Antifouling - Applied epoxy to shafts, Rudders and propellers and applied antifouling - Repair and painted Back Platform - Replace Stair for new stainless steel - Installed underwater Light (Blue) at transom discharge valve - Painted new boot line in black and Lower Hull with Awlgrip White Snow Paint - Replaced all Ground Lines - Checked trim tabs - Replaced rudders seals - Clean all seacocks strainers - Sealed windows - Painted Upper bumper. Stock #105007 Classic Convertible! Recent Complete Engine & Transmission Overhaul! See Pics of April 2018 Haul-Out Hull & Running Gear Service! Make Offer! If you are in the market for a sportfish/convertible boat, look no further than this 1988 Trojan 12 Meter Convertible, just reduced to $65,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Miami Beach, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Detroit Diesel engines that have only 125 hours.