“SILVER GHOST” is not to be considered in the same light as a typical Hatteras, Viking, or any of the other fiberglass pop-outs that park in the marinas. This is an amazingly strong, beautifully constructed and finished yacht that can go virtually anywhere. At one point in its history, it returned from Europe on its own bottom with bladder tanks in the cockpit over the Northern Route. Wherever you look, you will find excellent workmanship and the highest quality materials and equipment. The engine room is planned, designed and equipped for rough water, extended cruising with redundancy, a primary consideration, with easy access to the main engines, generators, pumps and other systems. The builder, Gladding Hearn, is noted for its superior commercial construction.…in “SILVER GHOST” the firm put a superior boat in the water.
This Owner has had the boat for 13 years, during which time he has constantly upgraded the gear and the cosmetics, while enjoying it with his friends and family. She is unique, a one-of-a-kind yacht, that will be greatly appreciated by any boater who intends to use his boat in blue water.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Gladding Hearn Shipbuilding
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 60 ft 0 in
Beam: 17 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 68000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1460 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 3
Preliminary Listing Awaiting Owner's Approval, subject to possible revision.
Enter the main salon through the cockpit door. There is a settee and table to port, galley to starboard, then the pilothouse with a centerline helm, and a settee to starboard. A wet bar, fridge and icemaker are to port. The down companionway is on the portside, and to port, there are over and under bunks and a head and shower. To starboard is a twin berth stateroom with head and showers, then forward to owner’s cabin with a double berth, bathtub, head and shower.
The access to the staterooms is via the stairs down from the Pilothouse, which land in a fore and aft hall. The doors to the engine room are at the aft end of the Hall. These engine room doors need an explanation. An outer teak door hides a watertight door that is set into the full beam collision bulkhead.
Going forward from the bottom of the stairs, there is a double stateroom to port with upper and lower berths, with a private head with a shower. Amenities include a hanging locker, Sharp TV, DVD player and a large port light. An overhead hatch serves to let in more natural light and air. There are reading lights for both berths and ample storage.
Across the Hall is another Guest stateroom with twin lower berths. It also has its own private head and shower, a hanging locker, ample drawers. An Icon TV and DVD player are positioned for Comfortable viewing. This stateroom also has an overhead hatch. Once again, the warmth, beauty and excellence of the woodwork makes for very pleasant and comfortable sleeping.
All the way forward is the spacious Master Stateroom with a large twin V-Berth on each side with a leather covered seat in-between them. There is a big hanging locker and many drawers. The private head has a bathtub and shower. Two port lights allow plenty of natural light. The TV is hidden under a flip-up cabinet, between the forward ends of the berths and an access door leads to the chain locker. There are bookcases built-in to the forward bulkhead at the end of each berth. Bedspreads, pillows, and shams enhance the décor. Another leather-covered seat is to starboard, in front of the hanging locker.
Located immediately inside the door from the Cockpit on the starboard side opposite the large settee and teak Dining Table. The counter is a light beige Corian with Corian covers for the sink.
Four Burner Princess Stove with cutting board and oven
Technicold Freezer with Holding Plate
Technicold Refrigerator with Holding Plate
Convection Microwave Oven
Vented Galley Exhaust Fan
Vented Galley Exhaust Fan
New Galley Fixtures
New Corian, Light Beige Countertops
Excellent Storage with many cabinets and many drawers
Heavy Drapes for privacy both for Galley and the Settee and windows opposite
The Dining Table is an example of the excellence of the woodwork and the wonderful detailing exhibited throughout the boat. The Table is finished in gloss varnish, including the legs and a custom stool that pulls out from beneath it. The edges of the top have removable fiddlers on all sides and there are leaves at both the forward and aft ends. Hidden storage for glasses and bottles is in a compartment on the tabletop. The stool’s upholstery is of the same black polished leather as the settee, and its construction is a work of art allowing its height to be adjusted by raising and lowering it.
U-Shaped Settee to port in beautiful black leather
Teak and holly sole
Teak Dining Table
Wet Bar port side with icemaker and refrigerator
Sliding Windows sides and aft
Icon TV in salon, guest and master.
Sharp TV & DVD Player
Audiovox DVD system
Eclipse AM/FM/CD stereo system
Viper Burglar Alarm System
Electronics: Flybridge and Pilothouse
Furuno 12kw & 4kw Radar
2 Icon VHF Radios
Raytheon Ray 430 Loudhailer
Furuno 207 Weather Fax
Northstar 961GPS Chart System
Northstar 460 Fish Finder
SEA/Stevens SSB Radio
Robertson Data Line x Wind Speed
Robertson Data Line x Depth
Robertson Data Line x Speed
Echo pilot Forward Sounder
Robertson APX Autopilot
Buell Quadair Horn
22 kw Westerbeke Generator
12 kw Northern Lights Generator
110 outlets in cockpit and flybridge
Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment
Twin Detroit Diesel GM 892, 610 hp each
Port Engine – 1900 SMOH
Starboard Engine – 1400 SMOH
200 kW Westerbeke…12 kW Northern Lights
New water lines
New Blackwater lines
Halon Automatic Fire System
42,000 BTU for the AC/heat pumps
40 gallon hot water heater
Dripless stuffing boxes
Fram Fuel and Oil Filters
Fuel Manifold System
Emergency Crash Bilge Pump
Bilge Pump Manifold with Four Pick-Ups
Watertight Crash Bulkhead at forward end with watertight door
Aluminum Floor Plating
Easy Access to all Engines, Systems, pumps, etc.
Deck and Foredeck
The side decks both have opening gates and double stainless steel lifelines going all the way forward to the Pulpit. The pulpit holds the anchor roller and a massive 120 lb. Fortress anchor with two methods of locking the anchor in place. The heavy duty Maxwell windlass has in and out deck buttons and there is a roller winch to guide the anchor rode clear of other fittings. The 400’ of chain, plus another rode of ¾” nylon with 60’ of chain provides secure sleeping. A spare 35lb. Danforth is stowed in chocks on the coach roof a few steps away. A freshwater wash down, deck cleats, are included as well as a 6-person life raft in a canister on its own cradle. It should be mentioned here that there are five hatches on the coach roof, each with their own covers and screens.
18' Rupp riggers
65lb. CQR and 35lb. Danforth
Elec. Dingy davits aft
Maxwell winch and capstan
400 ft. chain and 250’ of 3/4 nylon w/60' of chain
Avon 6 person life raft
Bow & cockpit freshwater wash down
This is a spacious area with attractive cork decking and a full sunshade. Access to the interior is up four steps through a varnished teak door that has a shell motif inset just below the window into the Galley / Dining area. There is a transom door and gate going to the integral swim platform. Included are lockers for the Washer and Dryer and fishing gear. There is a freshwater wash down spigot, and 110 volt outlets. The electric davit for the small boat and a Marquip Passerelle add to the usefulness and versatility. Good stowage.
Accessed by a ladder from the Cockpit to an uncovered deck area aft of the enclosed helm and sitting arrangement, this deck includes a signaling mast that holds all kinds of electronic antennae, quarts lights, flag halyards, and a hinge so it can be lowered for bridges or storage in a shed. This is where the life raft is stored, and the life ring is hung, along with items such as rod holders and other safety gear. A third steering station is positioned here and an electric davit on the port side.
Stepping forward in the center of the deck, you enter the helm area with L-shaped settees port and starboard, The Stidd helm chair is amidships and is adjustable. The steering wheel is a stainless steel destroyer type. The console is loaded with electronics and there is a 6” Danforth compass in a chrome binnacle in the middle. This area is enclosed with Isinglass curtains with zip-outs on four sides. The hardtop holds lights for illumination. You will note that there are covers for the helm chair and the electronics, most of which are new or look like new. There are storage lockers under the console and under the settees.
There is excellent visibility from the centerline Stidd helm chair with an array of electronics displayed all across the entire console. Additional electronics are located overhead above the windshield, all easily reached and easy to read. You will want to note the superior woodwork, along with the many storage cabinets and drawers. Chart drawers are located on the port side of the area. Just to starboard of the Helm, is a settee for two, looking forward. Adjacent to this settee is a door to the starboard deck, which allows for easy access to the foredeck. This whole area is immediately forward of the Galley and the large settee that is opposite it. The door to the Cockpit is located between the Galley and the large settee opposite it. Access to the staterooms and the engine room is on the port side down slightly curving steps.
Pilothouse centerline seat and controls
Full electronics settee to starboard w/P.H. entrance door
Opening windows, port and starboard, for the Galley and lower settee.
Rod storage is located over the lower settee and on the inner bulkhead of the starboard stateroom.
400’ of Galvanized chain is shackled with a swivel to the Fortress anchor.
250’ of ¾” nylon rode is attached to 60’ of chain for use with spare anchor.
There are several rod holders in the cockpit and on the bridge.
18’ Rupp Outriggers
Lights and lighting throughout are more than adequate and well installed
There are small oriental carpets in various places complimenting the teak woodwork
Detail woodwork is exhibited everywhere
Loose gear includes all the items need for serious cruising such as dock lines, fenders, boat hook, spares, some galley gear, adequate linens, pillows and bed coverings.
Owner’s personal gear, fishing rods, and personal computer.
Silver Ghost has had many upgrades, including headliners, interior teak sole, upholstery, window treatments, galley fixtures, Stidd helm chairs, engine room fire system, refrigerator, plumbing, fuel polisher and more. SILVER GHOST's rich hand rubbed varnished teak interior is sure to please anyone. U-shaped settee and dining table to port are comfortable and spacious. Owner and guest cabins are well-appointed roomy and feature good stowage.
The excellence of construction, the beauty of the interior woodwork, and the extensive exquisite details are not adequately conveyed by these photographs. It is a superb sea boat, proven by having crossed the Atlantic via the Northern route on its own bottom. Her layout is practical and functional, providing great accommodations, superior storage, a huge Engine Room, a terrific Flying Bridge and a serious fishing cockpit.
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.
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