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- Located In:
- Oakland, CA
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- Current Price:
- US$ 249,000
“Salsipuedes’” current owner purchased her in the spring of 2013. She was located on San Francisco Bay. She has been used locally and in cruising to Southern California. The owners have kept her well-maintained and upgraded during their tenure of ownership. The family has truly loved and enjoyed her and now it is time for something a little larger to continue their adventures; but there has been real challenge to find a replacement for "Salsipuedes" - she just does everything so well! Owned by a single purpose LLC
Please contact Chuck Edwards at +1 (954) 914-0336
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
model year 1992, length overall 52’ 10", beam 15’ 2", draft 3’ 8", approximate weight 42,000 pounds, fuel tank capacity 600 gallons, water tank capacity 188 gallons, holding tank 98gallons. Semi-displacement hull designed by Ed Monk Jr., built by Tollycraft of Kelso, WA. Hand-laminated fiberglass. Interior cabin is finished teak paneling, vinyl wall covering.
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & ENGINE DETAILS:
twin 375 horsepower CAT's, with approximately 4200 hours; Twin-Disc MG507E transmissions with 2.54 to 1 reduction; 2" Aquamet shafts; three bladed 28" by 28” Michigan propellers; PPS dripless propeller shaft stuffing boxes; MMC Mathers micro commander controls; Hynautic hydraulic steering system; Tollycraft audio engine alarm system - oil pressure, water temperature, alternator amperage; Rule high water bilge alarm system; engine hour meters; dual Racor 75/500 FGX fuel and water separators; Walker Air-seps engine air intake air filters; Mathers engine synchronizer; 12 volt oil change pump with three valve manifold; manual engine fuel priming pumps;Bennett trim tabs; two VDO fuel tank gauge; two 12 volt engine room exhaust blowers; Fireboy Halon 1301 engine room fire suppression system; four 12 volt Rule automatic bilge pumps; 12 volt and 110 volt ac engine room lighting; engine room fresh water hose bib; 110 volt ac outlet; bronze sea water strainers on thru hulls; bronze thru hulls with sea cocks.
12 volt DC/120 volt AC 50 amp shoreside service with shore power cord; Glendenning cable master; 8kw Westerbeke generator with approximately 2005 hours generator with soft sound shield; Fireboy Halon 1301 fire suppression system in the lazarette; Racor 500FG fuel and water separator; Magnum inverter/charger 2000 watt; Statpower true-charge 40 plus 120 volt AC / 40 amp DC battery charger; five eight D 12-volt house and engine start batteries; one group 27 dedicated to the Mathers controls; guest battery parallel switch; sacrificial zinc bonding system; guest battery shut-off switches; battery paralleling system; 12 volt cockpit courtesy lighting.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT & FEATURES:
Maxwell 2200 12 volt electric anchor windless; 300' 5/16" galvanized chain with 35 pound Danforth anchor; 20 pound Danforth anchor; fiberglass bow pulpit with anchor roller; second anchor through deck anchor hawse pipe; bimini top with three sided enclosure; Ritchie power damp 4” flush mount compass; Danforth flush mount compass; two Garmin GPS maps, touch screen, GPS, plotter, sounder; GMR 624XHD2 radar antenna; Garmin docking station; Garmin GNC 20 auto pilot; two color IR cameras; two SEA VHF radio's with 23' 9 db antennas; ICOM M710 MF single side band radio with auto coupler; Sea Hail loud hailer; ACR 406 EPIRB; VDO rudder angel indicator; one 13” Sony TV/VCR combo in the master stateroom; 12 volt am/fm/CD players on the flybridge, all into blue tooth system;ACR remote control station spotlight; Naiad Marine roll fin stabilizers; Sea Recovery 200 gallon per day fresh watermaker; Marquipt low-profile 12 volt DC dinghy davit; dinghy chocks; Avon Rover 3.10 RIB with a 8 HP Honda outboard motor; transom door; swim platform; radar mast; Ultimate 80 transom underwater lights; Dickinson rail mount gas barbecue; fender storage racks; dockside water connection; dockside cable television connection; cockpit courtesy lighting; 12 volt cigar lighter; three fire extinguishers; throw ring with 50’ line; six life jackets; Lee flush mount rod holders; four Crusair air conditioning system with ECU controls; two electric wall heaters; lower helm station; foredeck raw water wash down; cockpit fresh water shower; stainless steel swim ladder; cockpit live bait bag system.
INTERIOR ACCOMODATIONS & FEATURES:
The 48′s full walk-around side decks are protected by high bulwarks and rails, for secure access fore and aft, even while the boat is under way. Side doors provide instant access to the saloon’s inside helm station. The aft cockpit is large enough for sport fishing, and a transom door provides ready access to a wide swim step. The flybridge is accessible from the saloon and the exterior steps, full instrumentation and room for guests to join the skipper. Abaft the bridge, the aft deck has ample space for a large dinghy and the davit. In the interior, a large saloon with an L-shaped settee. A fully-equipped inside helm station is forward, to starboard. Large forward and side windows offer a good view of the water. A breakfast bar that adjoins the boat’s galley is opposite the helm, to port. The U-shaped galley is located a step down, so that it does not impede the view. Galley equipment includes Force 10 three burner propane stove and oven, Panasonic microwave, Vitrifrigo refrigerator freezer, Danby drink cooler and Compact dishwasher. A dinette is opposite the galley, and forward doors lead to a guest stateroom with a large hanging locker and a guest head. Aft the saloon, a few steps down, the boat’s almost full beam master stateroom is spacious enough to offer a walk around queen-sized berth, nightstands, hanging lockers and abundant stowage. The stateroom’s en-suite head provides Sealand Vacu-Flush marine heads and a separate shower enclosure. The beam is wide at over 15 feet making for a stable platform.
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.