Mom and dad purchased me in South Florida in February of 2008. I was promptly sent in and had my bottom stripped and epoxy barrier coated (no blisters on me); bottom painted, props pitched and balanced. Then I showed them a good time for several adventures in the South Florida. We then boarded a ship for the trip to Victoria, what an adventure, I liked the Northwest even though the very next morning after arriving I got snowed on! We enjoyed that area for several months, having several upgrades, including for mom's birthday I got new afromosia teak valances, no more nasty lambrequins here! We came home to Alameda that fall an it was an uneventful journey but they were so excited. Since that time we have hung out around the bay enjoying San Francisco bay and the delta, some fishing, I catch salmon good. My ownership is held by a single purpose LLC. Plans are changing and it is necessary for me to have new owners who I can show as good a time as I have shown dad and mom, I am ready! I know someone considering me may question my engine hours so we've had a pre-listing engine inspection, my usage has been low rpm, that report is available if you ask, my engines are strong and solid!
model year 1989 length overall 65' 5", beam 18', draft 5’ 4", approximate weight 102,000 pounds, bridge clearance 21' 11", fuel tank capacity 1674 gallons, water tank capacity 460 gallons, holding tank 60 gallons: modified vee planning hull design by J. Hargrave, built by Hatteras Yachts of New Bern, NC; hand laminated fiberglass and balsa cored hull sides, interior cabin is finished afromosia teak paneling, vinyl wall covering.
twin 1035 horsepower Detroit 12V92TA engines with approximately 2249 hours (never rebuilt); ZF BW195 transmissions with 2 to 1 reduction; trolling valves; four bladed 34" by 34” Nibral propellers; flax propeller and rudder shaft stuffing boxes; 3 1/2" stainless steel propeller shafts; Hynautic power assisted hydraulic steering system; Hynautic hydraulic engine controls; Hatteras audio engine alarm system oil pressure, water temperature, drive temperature, drive pressure, engine water level, fire, halon discharge; high water bilge alarm system; engine hour meters; dual Racor 1000 fuel and water separators with vacuum gauges; Walker Air-seps engine air intake air filters; Glendenning synchronizer; oil change pump with three valve manifold; electric engine fuel priming pumps; in engine room port and starboard engine start/stop switches, mechanical tachometers, and mechanical; Bennett trim tabs; two VDO fuel tank gauges; two 240 volt AC engine room exhaust/intake blowers; Kidde Halon engine room fire suppression system; mechanical engine air intake shut downs on the fly bridge; 12 volt and 110 volt ac engine room lighting; six Rule electric bilge pumps; fresh water hose bib; 110 volt ac outlet; bronze sea water strainers on thru hulls; spare bronze through hulls.
12 and 24 dc volt, port and starboard 120/240 volt ac 50 amp shore side service inlets with 50’ shore power cord; Hatteras AC audio alarm system; two 20 KW Onan MDL4 generator with approximately 2191 hours and 2345 hours both with sound shield; Racor fuel and water separator; Sentry FR2440 24/60 120 volt ac 40 amp 24 volt dc battery charger; C-Charger 5000 series 120 volt 12 volt dc 30 amp fly bridge battery charger; four eight d 150 amp 12 volt batteries;two group 27 12 volt electronic batteries; 110 volt AC quartz cockpit flood lights; sacrificial zinc bonding system; battery shut off switches; battery paralleling system; 12 volt cockpit courtesy lighting.
Galley Maid 24 volt electric anchor windless; fiberglass bow pulpit with dual anchor roller; Danforth anchor with approximately 300' feet of ¾” nylon three-strand rode; second anchor 60 pound chrome plated Bruce with approximately 300' of 3/4" nylon-strand rode; second exterior fly bridge station; Ritchie 6” binnacle mount compass; Furuno FR8122 48 mile radar, Garmin 5212 gps/plotter video depth sounder and radar; Data Marine digital depth sounder with remote; two Icom ICM 604 vhf radio with 23' 9 db antennas; Interphase Chartmaster 11CVS gps plotter; Furuno GP32 gps; Simrad EZ 202 video depth sounder; Robertson AP300X auto pilot with remote; Dytek 1000 sea temperature gauge;13” Toshiba tv in the master staterooms; 12 volt JVC am/fm/cd players on the flybridge;ACR dual beam remote controlled spot light; McMurdo 406 smartfinder GPS EPIRB; Hydro boom 1500 pound low profile 12 volt dinghy davit; fiberglass bow deck storage box; Nautical Structure dinghy cradle; fiberglass swim platform; transom door; transom bait tank; four Lee flush mount rod holders; six rod rocket launcher; two electric down riggers; Alliance 12' RIB 30 hp Mercury out board; Avon six person emergency life raft; cockpit tackle center with refrigerator, freezer, sink, live well, tackle storage; port and starboard side dockside water connection; portside fresh water cockpit wash down; starboard side cockpit raw water wash down; port and starboard side dockside cable television connection; 12 volt cigar lighter; three fire extinguishers; throw ring with 50’ line; six life jackets; five Crusair air conditioning system with ecu controls; bow freshwater wash down; two fish box; two portable fighting chair; cockpit sun shade.
Entry on to the vessel is from over the gunwale or through the transom door into the huge 183 square foot cockpit. Entry to the main cabin is two steps up from the cockpit sole, to port is a L-shaped sofa and two barrel chairs. A wet bar, wine cabinet and entertainment center, featuring Toshiba 30" flat screen lcd tv, Toshiba dvd player and Denon cd player/receiver is located against the forward bulkhead. The galley u-shaped is located forward to port features new teak sole, Frigidaire four burner cook top, Sharp microwave/convection oven, Kitchenaide trash compactor, GE split door refrigerator freezer with ice and filter water dispenser, abundant storage. Adjacent to the galley and forward is a larger u-shaped dinette. Down the companion way to starboard is a guest stateroom featuring upper/lower berths, hanging lockers, drawer storage and ensuite head, access to the equipment/laundry room is made featuring stacked GE washer dryer and freezer. Located to port is yet another guest suite, with twin single berths, cedar lined hanging locker, drawer storage and ensuite head featuring Galleymaid head, stall shower and vanity. The master stateroom, located forward features a center line, pedestal mounted king size berth, walk-in cedar lined hanging locker tons of drawer storage; its ensuite head features a Jacuzzi tub, abundant storage, Galleymaid head and vanity. Access to the large enclosed fly bridge is made up center line ladder from the cockpit and features a port side exterior helm station, with starboard side lounge and drink cooler, entrance to the wheelhouse is through the door and features plenty of guest seating and storage and great visibility for the skipper.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
210 Whaler's Walk, Suite 123
San Pedro, CA 90731