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Massive Price Reduction
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Providence, RI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 74,900
MASSIVE PRICE REDUCTION! April 2017
"Brasil" was built in 1979 from the world-renowned designer, Geerd Hendel. Mr. Hendel served for many years as the draftsman for Star Burgess who designed and built many famous J-boats between 1930 and 1960. Mr. Hendel is known best for his design of the famous yacht "Pearl Necklace" which has many design similarities with "Brasil."
"Pearl Necklace" appeared in several movies throughout the years.
"Brasil" was purchased in October 2012 and delivered to Providence from Maryland. The yacht was originally named "AWEIGH" and was a medium blue exterior. The boat was in need of significant restoration which was performed from October-November 2012. If you are in search of a timeless example of American craftsmanship, you must get aboard Brasil.
Price just reduced by $15,000. Call today to get aboard "Brasil!"
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Total Power: 215 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 1979
Engine Model: 805 Natually Aspirated
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 215 HP
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Generator - Pancake Diesel 12kW
"Brasil" was built in 1979 from the world-renowned designer, Geerd Hendel. Mr. Hendel served for many years as the draftsman for Star Burgess who designed and built many of the most famous J-boats during the 1930's, '40's and '50's. Mr. Hendel most well known for his design of the famous yacht "Pearl Necklace" which has many design similarities with Brasil. Pearl Necklace appeared in several movies.
She is powered by a single Brasil was purchased in October 2012 from a member of the DuPont family on the eastern shore of Maryland. The yacht was originally named "AWEIGH" and was a medium blue exterior. The boat was in need of significant restoration which was performed from October-November 2012.If you are in search of a timeless example of American craftsmanship, you must get aboard Brasil.
Vessel Walk Through
One enters the vessel from the starboard side passing through the vessels starboard sliding door. Stepping into the boat, one will enter the boats galley area. The galley features beautiful wood cabinetry, oven, stove top, microwave, deep freezer, hidden refrigerator, double sink, and a ceiling skylight. The galley offers all the comforts of a kitchen at home.
As one moves forward, passing the wet bar by the galley, they will come to the boats dinette settee. A comfortable booth like dinette is to the starboard side. The sette is surrounded by forward and side windows allowing plenty of natural light in.
A few steps forward and down will lead one to the boats guest quarters. The private stateroom offers twin bunks to port and starboard. Moving forward through the stateroom, will lead one to the boats guest bathroom which is located all the way bow in the boats cabin.
Walking aft, back towards the galley and up a few steps will lead one to the boats salon. The salon is lined with large windows giving her a very bright feel which compliments her wood finishings. The salon features seating aft and to starboard, a reclining chair, a hanging LCD television, and a beautiful skylight. A door, to aft, opens allowing one to walk down into the boats cockpit area.
Moving forward from the salon will lead one to the boats helm. Having been designed by a sailor, the helm is very simple and ergonomic. She features an oversized ships wheel, Garmin GPS/Chartplotter, VHF, Compass, Radar, and another LCD television.
Walking back down the steps back into the galley, then down another set of stairs aft, will lead one to the boats tasteful Master Stateroom. The stateroom features a queen bed centerline, beautiful trunk storage to starboard, large storage closets to port, LCD television, and a washer/dryer closet. The master stateroom also features a full master bathroom with a large stand up shower, toilet, vanity with sink, and ample storage cabinets.
Walking throughout Brasil is like taking a walk back through time. We challenge you to walk through the boat without saying at least once, "They don't make them like they used too." Her charming interior and tasteful wood finishings remind us of how well boats were once built.
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. Measurements, capacities and standard equipment lists, derived from public, published sources or from manufacturer's specification sheet for the given model year, may occasionally contain errors and omissions. Estimated Performance and fuel consumption will vary and be affected by water and weather conditions, altitude, load and condition of boat, engine, and propeller(s). Buyers should instruct their Agents or surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.