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1973 River Queen Starstream

1973 River Queen Starstream


Half Moon Bay, California

Year 1973

Make River Queen

Model Starstream

Category Houseboats

Length 40'

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 River Queen Starstream For Sale - Floating Condo with all the comforts of home. Expensive rentals are for the birds! Come live in this floating condo on the water and enjoy all the Bay Area has to offer without breaking the bank. After living on this houseboat for over three years, we are moving out of the area and cannot take it with us. Our loss is someone elses gain, though, because we have added many features to this houseboat that will provide comfort and convenience for the next owners. Additionally, we have been diligent about maintenance and recently passed the harbors test of proving the boat is seaworthy, so it could be moved to another harbor easily by its own power. Here are some of the features of our houseboat, The Terrapin: We are including all the comforts of home on this boat so you will not miss living ashore in the least bit. Plus, you will sleep peacefully and have the most beautiful views of the marina, sunrise/sunset, and the surrounding wildlife.Starting at the helm- We have a large Big Green Egg smoker and grill. Whether you enjoy delicious barbeque or you simply want to grill some of the delicious fish your neighbor shared with you, this bad boy gives consistent results and allows many different cooking methods. The Big Green Egg really adds a lot to boat life because it extends your kitchen to the outdoors and allows a nice relaxed dinner on the deck with friends. Indoors, we have replaced carpeting with a high-quality engineered hardwood throughout the whole interior. This means the floor looks like hardwood, but is durable, waterproof, and is super easy to sweep and mop. We have one area rug in the main cabin that will remain. We also have a surround sound and a 42-inch LED television that will remain (as well as a nice TV stand). We have a large toaster oven (can cook a whole pizza) that works to bake, broil, and roast just as a regular oven would, a large, powerful microwave, a Nespresso pod coffee maker which allows both coffee and espresso drinks, an induction burner and InstaPot to help with any other cooking needs and an apartment-sized fridge. We have invested in radiant heat panels in both the main cabin and the berth (bedroom). These take hardly any electrical power and warm you in the same way the sun rays do outdoors. They make a big difference on cool nights, allowing a bit of warmth without using a ton of power. Additionally, the houseboat comes with a newer Tempurpedic adjustable bed on a platform. This bed is super comfortable and theres a ton of storage underneath with the addition of the platform. We also built a closet from the Container Store to allow ample storage of clothes and shoes. We also upgraded the electrical system here at the marina to allow us to have 50 amps of power AND we moved some outlet carrying larger power items to different boards so they can run in tandem. Last but not least, we have a wa