|Beautifully extended to 54'
This popular design by Arthur DeFever and produced by CTF in Kaoshing has been superb for cruising and as a live aboard. She has cruised from Glacier Bay, AK through the Panama Canal, and then around Americas Great Loop. She also cruised to circumnavigate Vancouver Island, to the Bahamas, as well as out the St. Lawrence Seaway and around Nova Scotia, and down the US East Coast. The layout is 2 staterooms below forward with two heads and one dedicated shower, raised pilothouse, galley and salon aft of the pilothouse. The interior is accessed through p & stb. Doors to the pilothouse, stb. Door adjacent to the galley and wet bar, and double doors aft. The side and aft decks are covered. Boarding is through 2 side coaming doors and an aft door. The 5.5 foot extension makes boarding the dingy safe and easy. The extension stabilizes the boats performance, and is great for swimming, fishing, storage, and contains a 220 USG fuel tank. The Portuguese Bridge is a wonderful amenity and contains additional storage. The state rooms and saloon are air conditioned. The engine room is accessed through the stern lazarette, and can be accessed through a galley floor hatch. The dingy is a Zodiac Yachtline with a 30 hp 4 stroke (power tilt and trim). The crane is Brower Systems 800 lb. Capacity and utilizes a hydraulic arm and 12 volt powered cable, making launching and stowing a breeze. Storage is abundant. She has active hydraulic stabilizers and hydraulic bow thruster. There is much more equipment and extensive upgrades which will be listed where appropriate. Note: The radar arch is reversed from the standard layout.
plus Shipping,GST & other fees
||49' - 14.93m|
||Newport Beach, California|
||North America and Caribbean|
||Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine(s) HP: 320 hp ea
Engine Model: 3208T
Cruising Speed: 8.5 kts
Maximum Speed: 10.5 kts
||Zodiac 340 Delux|
||Nissan 4 Stroke 30hp|
||Holding Tanks 60 Gallons|
||Guest Stateroom & Head
There are two bunks, high and low, stb. And port. The mattresses are hinged for easy access and management and have custom fitted sheets. The lighted chain locker is forward, and there is storage above and below the port bunk. There are three large drawers and a hanging locker to stb. Lighting is high intensity (4 LEDs)as well as one reading lamp at the head of each bunk. One of three access points to the forward bilge is in the sole. The Wesmar Hydraulic bow thruster is in the bilge as well as 2 bilge pumps. There are blackout shades for all 4 ports. Additional shelving has been built into lockers and cabinets. One AC (heat-cool) outlet and one electric heater serve this room. A dehumidifier is mounted beneath the stb. Bunk. The head is a Galley Maid electric head and is served with fresh water. Three spacious lockers are conveniently located in this head. There is a large mirror and two light fixtures. The basin fixtures are new.
Master Stateroom & Head
Just outside the master stateroom is a large lighted hanging locker with upgraded shelving. The bed is an island queen with a hinged “Handcraft Mattress“, and custom fitted sheets. Storage is in seven large drawers, 3 hanging lockers, and another locker beneath the stairway to the pilothouse. The central vacuum unit is located in this space, and custom shelving provides additional storage. There are 6 high intensity lights in the ceiling on 3 separate circuits - 2 reading lights, and lights in the hanging locker, and recessed low intensity lighting above the port ports. Black out curtains and custom shades enhance sleeping comfort. Large wall mirrors are forward and aft. A large locker is beneath the bed, and 2 additional access hatches to the forward bilge are in this stateroom. One AC (reverse cycle) and 1 electric heater as well as a cruising heat outlet serve this stateroom. The in suite head has high intensity lighting, 2 large mirrors, a shower stall with an evacuation blower, 2 large lockers, and a Galley Maid electric head plumbed with fresh water.
||The galley is a U-shaped area with a large counter separating it from the salon. Spacious storage is over and under counters and double sink, and this includes 7 drawers, 10 cabinets, and a pantry. Main lighting is high intensity. There are underneath cabinet glass racks and lighting. The refrigerator has it’s compressor in the engine room (freezer top deck) to increase internal space. The stove is a 3 burner gas princess with 2 aluminum gas cylinders (1 is a spare) in the gas locker. Counter tops are Corian, and there is a trash drop thru and 1 large below counter locker. The oven is a Sharp Convection - Microwave. A spice rack is above the stove. An exhaust blower, AC (heat - cool), and cruising heater outlets serve this area. An ice maker (new 2008) is beneath the wet bar. The Dickinson BBQ is just out side the galley - wet bar, to stb. A large window is to port above the dual sink (with custom cutting board). All flatware, silverware, glasses coffee maker, blender, clocks, fans, decor items go with the boat.|
||2 Sets of “flopper stoppers” for minimizing roll at anchor.|
The pilothouse includes an L shaped settee with very large cabinets beneath and behind, two book cases, a 6 pole fishing pole rack, high and low intensity lighting, custom wheel, helm seat, two large chart drawers with chart table above, and another large cabinet. The electronics cabinet has full access from behind - there is a smoke detector within. There are 2 - 4D glass mat batteries dedicated to inverter power for maintaining the ice maker and freezer when shore power is not available. Access to the flying bridge and galley is to stb. Aft. Steps to the state rooms are stb. Forward; the central vacuum outlet is adjacent to the steps. A Galaxy magnetic compass, clock, barometer, electric heater and a cruising heater outlet are in the pilothouse. The bell & 406 EPIRB are secured above the passage to the galley.
Jensen tape, CD, am, fm stereo with 6 disc changer. And a remote control
Loud hailer including programmed fog horns
Icom IC M120 VHF radio
Robertson AP 200 DL auto pilot controller
Wesmar hydraulic stabilized controller
Horizon Intrepid VHF
Trace RC-2000 inverter remote control
Davis Weather Wizard III
ICOM M-802 HF, SSB Marine radio with antenna tuner and Pactor III modem
ASUS Laptop Computer w/Navtech Nav Software w/west & east coast of US, Carib & Central America charts.
Garmin 128 GPS
Furuno 1824C Radar (09)
Furuno 1724C Radar
Aetna digital tachometers
VDO RPM balance
JRC FF-50 depth sounder
Hydraulic bow thruster control
Rudder angle indicator
Port and starboard engine gauges
Maxwell windless controller
Horn actuator button
5 station intercom with shore phone hookup and cord
5 KW generator gages and controls
12.5 KW generator gages and controls
switches for nav. Lights, foredeck light and anchor light
AC power panel for forward and aft. Dual 50 amp. Shore power management
DC breaker panel
Electric cabinet cooling fans.
|Garmin 128 GPS
Standard VHF radio
Garmin Fishfinder 240
Rudder angle Indicator
Port and Stb. Engine Gages and alarms
Computer Monitor Cable, Mouse and GPS Hookup to the Pilothouse
Switches for anchor light and spreader lights
Fireboy engine room auto extinguisher monitor-Zodiac Emergency Life Raft
||The deck is nonskid covered, and there is a hatch to the forward stateroom and a foredeck stowage locker. 2 fish pole holders and burgee pole are mounted on the rails. The windlass is a Maxwell - Nillson, gravity down, power up with deck control. There is a backup chain and rode on the stb. Side. Moving aft is the Portuguese Bridge with a door and 3 large lockers. 1 fresh water bib and hose, and 1 raw water bib and hose serve the foredeck.
Side Deck & Cockpit
The decks are teak and well drained. Side and aft. Decks are well lighted. The BBQ is rail mounted on the stb. Side adjacent to the wet bar and galley, and the pedestal table can be mounted to the aft deck. An aft. Outdoor shower is to port, and power capstan is to stb. Aft. For managing lines and rodes aft. A ladder to the upper deck is to port. Stowed are 2 sets of “flopper stoppers” for minimizing roll at anchor. All outside teak (except the deck) has been painted or replaced to minimize maintenance and give the vessel a more modern appearance. All the rails have canvas covers, and the windows (except those facing aft. ) have snap on sun blocking covers. 3 fish pole holders serve the aft deck. The aft. Lazarette has a large opening and is the engine room entrance. Storage lighted and is voluminous and the steering gear is readily accessible. Emergency tiller handle and emergency windlass handle are stowed. The life ring is inside the transom. There is a power winch located on the cockpit floor for stern anchor and/or docking.
The extension is a full hull extension completed in 2002. It has a large water tight hatch, 220 USG diesel, 18 USG gasoline (for tender use vented outside and hand pumped to the tender), light, bilge pump, and more storage. There is a swimming ladder and pole holders and a hookup for the live bait tank. On deck is a bollard for securing lines. An underwater light is on the stb. Side. 2 spare propellers, port and stb.
||Extended from 49ft to 54ft.
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.