2018 Belize 54 Daybridge w/Twin Volvo IPS 800 D8- 600 HP
Volvo/Garmin Glass Bridge Navigation (2) 15" MFD 8015 Screens Lower Helm, (1) 15" MFD 8015 Screen Upper Helm, Dynamic Positioning System, Garmin GMR18 Radar, Garmin 200i VHF,Autopilot, Garmin GSD 26 Chirp Sounder, Joystick x3, Camera Pack, Fourth Camera Fitted Aft, Wood & Leather Accents
Open Concept Plan w/ Aft Bulkhead Sliding Door, Awning Window Connecting Aft Deck, Galley, Salon
White Hull Color, American Walnut Wood Interior
Daybridge: Bimini Top (Fold-Away), Windscreen, Stidd Helm Seat, Ergonomic Dash, Teak Hi-Lo Table/ Sunpad, Wetbar w/ Hand Railings, Drawer Refrigerator, Storage, L-Shaped Lounge Seating for 6, Teak, Stainless Steel Stairway to Daybridge, Fitted Full Daybridge Cover, Sunbrella Upholstery (Helm Seat Not Included), Hatch
Forward Deck Sunpad w/ Tilt-Up Chaise Lounge Backs, Cover, Drinkholders, Stereo Controls
Main Helm: Leather Chair (Electric Fore & Aft) w/ Armrests, Double Wide Leather Passenger Chaise
Cockpit Teak Deck, Transom Grill, Wetbar w/ VitroFrigo Fridge Drawer, Glass Storage, Hi-Lo Teak Table Top w/ Cover, Bench Seat, Molded Breakfast Bar, 2 Bar Stools w/ Covers, Ice Maker, Rubbish Bin, Sunbrella Cockpit Upholstery
Full Cockpit Awning on (2) S.S. Posts, Oval S.S. Tube, LED Lighting, Clear Quarter Panels, White/ Beige Back Cover
Breezeway Windscreen Cover
Salon: LCD TV w/ Satdome, Blu-ray Player, Bose Stereo, iPod Dock, Sliding Windows w/ Electric Blinds, Teak Flooring, L-Shaped Lounge w/ Dining Table
Galley: Miele 3-Burner Induction Cooktop, Convection Microwave, 2 VitroFrigo Fridge & 1 Freezer (Drawers), Mirror-Lined Bar Storage, Storage Cupboards, Large S.S. Undermount Sink, Euro Designed Fittings, Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Drawer
Full Beam Master: Queen Size Bed w/ Décor Pack, 24" LCD TV/ DVD, Cedar-Lined Wardrobe, Opening Ports
VIP: Double Island Berth w/ Décor Pack, 24" TV/ DVD, Makeup Dresser, 2 Cedar-Lined Wardrobes, Deck Hatch
Guest Cabin: Upper & Lower Bunks w/ Décor Packs, Hanging Locker, Carpeting, Port, Hatch
Master & VIP Bathrooms Each w/ Tecma Silent Electric Head, Frameless Glass Shower Stall, Grohe Fittings, Marble Vanity Top, Opening Port
Teak Laid Swim Platform w/ Electro-Hydraulic Opening Tender Garage
Tender BRIG Falcon 300 HL (Outboard Not Included)
Transom H-C Shower
Air Conditioning w/ Electric Heat, Generator-Onan EQD 17.5 kW, C-Zone Monitoring System
Electric Windlass, S.S. Anchor-77 lbs. W/ Galvanized Chain & Anchor Chain Counter, Trim Tabs, Compass
Back-Up Fresh Water Pump
Water Tight Stepped Collision Bulkhead, Independent Compartments Throughout Hull Structure
International Ocean Freight, Import Duty, Fuel, Prep, Make Ready
Mashpee/ Cape Cod: 508-477-4626
Peabody/ North Shore: 978-535-1700
Charlestown Marina/ Boston Waterfront: 978-535-1700
If the legendary wooden boats of our past had kept evolving, how might they look today?
Belize could well offer some insights.
We sense they may have stayed with a lower profile than many of today’s offerings. Not just for beauty’s sake, but because the more tall and top-heavy a boat, the more ungainly and susceptible to windage.
The trick is to have a sweet sheerline and profile without it stealing room below decks. On the Belize, the sheer remains fairly flat until gently rising toward the bow.
But in this case, even good looks can be deceiving; the Belize actually delivers greater space— in the sizing of beds, heads, showers, in fact all living areas— than similar-sized production counterparts.
It’s a testimony to very experienced thinking, artful computer-aided design and stronger, less bulky miracle materials. But there are more differences: Unusually for a motoryacht today, the Belize sheer is really the top edge of a substantial and shippy bulwark— instead of a token toerail— for more secure side access and drier passagemaking.
This bulwark is in turn capped with a shaped teak rail (left natural, but available with four coats of gloss, if desired).
Set atop the caprail is a beautifully electro-polished array of stainless stanchions (32mm rather than 25mm) carrying two horizontal rails that wrap right around the boat, to almost halfway along the cockpit.
The top rail isn’t the usual 25 or 30mm pipe, but a 60mm X 40mm elliptical shape that, as the hand falls upon it, feels as substantial as the reassuring traditional teak handrail of days gone by — without the vulnerability and maintenance.