Classic motor yacht that is manageable for a couple and will turn heads wherever she goes. Comfortable 16 knot cruise speed and a top end of 19 knots, at 2100 RPM she burns 35/40 gallons per hours.
Sleeps 4 in two staterooms, Pullman berth sleeps 1, and settee sleeps 1 for a total of 6 guests. 2 en suite heads with showers and 1 day head.
Kept undercover and is easy to show!
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Wide side decks allow easy access to the bow, which is fully surrounded by comfrotable wood hand rails. The bow has built in bench seating and a large deck for handling lines or the windlass and pulpit mounted anchor.
Dual trumpet air horn
The cockpit is 10'x12' which has access to the flybridge and the swim platform through a transom door. Housed beneath the cockpit is the engine room, which is accessed through a small lift hatch, or electric hatch lifts, which expose the entire engine room.
The bridge deck features split dutch doors on port and stbd side, an L-shaped Ultra leather settee with two chairs surrounding a teak and mahogany dining/cocktail table for six to eight people. Forward of that is the lower helm station; the Ultra leather helm chair and companion seat to port overlook a large varnished teak chart table and dashboard. The helm windshield has a custom Huckins chromed hand-cranked window opener for the center window and the original Trico air-driven wipers and fresh water irrigates. The bridge deck overhead is done in white wainscotting with varnished mahogany trim, and the sole is covered in beige and tan Bolo indoor/outdoor carpet. The isinglass in the aft sections of the bridge deck offer panoramic views even while seated and the option to roll up and let the outdoor breeze in on a nice day.
The salon is paneled in rich varnished mahogany. To stbd a sitting area designed for two chairs to flank a built in table, hidden behind this seating arrangement is a Pullman berth which folds down to reveal a varnished mahogany 50 bottle wine rack built into the hullside. On the port side a built in settee housing three large storage drawers below is adorned with white linen cushions.
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Fwd of the salon to stbd is a staircase that descends down to the fwd guest stateroom and en suite head with separate stall shower. There are two options for accommodations in this cabin, the two twin berths forward easily convert into a oversized queen using a comfortable drop-in filler mattress. This stateroom has ample closet space in addition to four lager drawers below each berth.
Galley soles are teak and mahogany and the overhead and countertops are trimmed in varnished mahogany. Under-counter and hull side storage is incredibly spacious. Stbd of the galley is an electrical room and a day head.
To stbd are two full sized closets with double doors, to port is a mahogany vanity with teak countertops and a custom light fixture. Further port is the en suite head with separate stall shower. The head features a varnished teak countertop, s/s sink, extensive storage, Waterworks fixtures and a teak and mahogany sole.
Twin berths, each with mahogany end tables, give the cabin a spacious feel. Varnished stairs lead to a door that offers private access to the cockpit. The port lights offer lots of natural light.
Access the flybridge by a natural teak ladder from the cockpit on the port side. The upper helm station features two teak helm seats overlooking the large chart table and full array of electronics. A three person bench seat upholstered in white Ultra leather is situated out of the wind forward of the chart table.
This unique Huckins was custom built in 1962 for a knowledgeable yachtsman who became a repeat customer. In 1999, she returned to Huckins for a extensive refit, which included the addition of the flybridge.
In 2002 the vessel underwent an extensive restoration under the supervision of Huckins. Approx 40% of the bottom was replaced using original designs enhanced by modern technology. Exterior and interior were painted. Interior was completely refit, modern communications and entertainment were integrated while maintaining the vessels historical integrity.