Other photos: Long Beach Harbor crossing the Queen Mary, Harbor Crossing, View forward from Cabin Door, Galley, Convertible Couch/Bed, Settee, V Bunks/Closet storage, V Bunks, View fwd from galley, Head, New Refrigerator, Galley sink storage/plumbing, Cabinet storage fwd., Anchor chain locker, Teak & felt lined closet / Waste pump out, Shower valve/Head Storage, Head storage/Shower sump pump/plumbing, Kenwood Stereo, New Headliner & Lights, Battery Switches/ACR Zantrex 3 bank charger, Rudder block/bilge, Steering/rudder block/bilge, Washdown pump, Water tank/ fuel filters/ batteries, Port Engine, Starboard engine, On the Trailer, Transom, Running Gear.
This vessel has been gone through by a very knowledgable boater that also works here at Long Beach Yacht Sales. During the restoration of this vessel the seller was involved with the development and completion of a new Mediteranean 38 for the owners of LBYS. The seller hired the same workers that worked on the new boat to completely remove the old bulkheads, installing solid teak and teak over ply bulkheads thorughout the boat. The teak was finished in both a satin finish with a high gloss application being put on some trim areas. The engine room has been re-wired and re-fitted with current accessories and equipment. The flybridge was equiped with all new gauges, helm & wheel, controls, cables, stereo remote, etc.. The engines have less than 20 hours on a complete build from the ground up and are fresh water cooled. The complete freshwater system has been replaced with new components from the water tank to the faucets. The electric Jabsco head to the holding tank was plumbed new as well with deck pump out and overboard capability as well. One piece rubrails were custom shipped due to the length ordered. Note of the welded corner pieces of the stainless insert in the rubrail .Take a close look at the photos and you will see why this boat is called O-Sea-D.
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