A lot of boat for the buck: Double cabin, cockpit motor yacht with reliable diesels, genset, air conditioning, full galley, dinghy with outboard and electric hoist, queen berths, twin fresh water flushed Vacu-Flush w/cs and a Jacuzzi/spa in the aft owners’ stateroom; new bimini and several new eisenglass curtains fully enclosed flybridge and fully enclosed hard topped aft deck with connector between;, windlass with 2 stations and good electronics. Add fishing rods and Penn reels to round out the vessels versatile inventory for cruising, diving and fishing.
Please contact Jerry Fath at 912-897-0009
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 2 in
Displacement: 27000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (120 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
“QUO VADIS” (Where are you going?) is a conventional layout for a double cabin vessel. Queen berth on center forward with ensuite head, followed next aft with galley down to starboard, up a couple of steps to a large main salon with leather couch to starboard and 2 chairs to port. Both chairs to port are new. The brown swivel/rocker with ottoman has an electrical system which allows the chair to vibrate as a well as heat. All controlled with a remote. Entertainment instruments aft and forward along the port side of salon. Aft and down a couple of steps to masters’ quarters with queen berth, aft deck access door, enclosed head with spa/tub/shower.
Duel Air Conditioning Units- 1-16,000 BTUs and 1-9,000 Btus. Carpeting, window treatments, windshield exterior cover, coffee table and breakfast/dining stools.
Two Sealand VacuFlush W/Cs, fresh water flushed, 54 gal holding tank, and macerator with optional “Y” valve overboard discharge and/or deck pump out.
While galley is down, it is also open and airy and features:
2 Burner Electric Cook Top
Stainless Steel Sink With Hot And Cold Pressure Water
Under The Counter Zero Refrigerator And Separate Zero Freezer With Ice Maker
Two Station Windlass Control
50’ Chain With 175’ Nylon Rode Attached To A Delta Type Anchor
Spare Danforth Anchor Mounted On Foredeck With Spare Rode Stored Aft
Fresh Water Wash Down System On Foredeck
Stainless Steel Fender Holders Mounted On Bow Rail. Capacity for 6 Fenders.
Throwable Life Ring
Jackstaff And New Stern Us Ensign And Teak Staff
Hardtop Over Aft Deck
Multiple Coast Guard Approved Adult And Children’s Lifejackets
Complete Flybridge And Aft Deck Enclosure With Clean Eisenglass Curtains, Including Wing Doors
Dual Cockpit Captains’ Chairs
Swim Ladder Stored Under Swim Platform
Hot And Cold Shower In Cockpit
Sink On Aft Deck
New Water Heater Nov, 2011
Davit Hoist For The 9’ Caribe Dinghy W/15hp Yamaha Ob
Electronics and Helm
Garmin 740S GPS w/Radar and w/transducer installed- new March, 2011
Standard Horizon GPS
Ray Marine Fishfinder
Flybridge Stereo: West Marine AM/FM/CD w/USB port for I Pod Plug In w/4 speakers: 2 FB and 2 Aft Deck - New April, 2012
Pioneer Stereo VSX-821-K: (New April, 2012) Audio/Video/Multiple Channel Receiver, Interior Speaker system with surround sound capability
New Magnavox Blue Ray CD/DVD player in salon – April, 2012
New 22’ flat screen HD TV in salon – April, 2012
2- 8 D batteries
Battery Condition Gauge
Battery Parallel Switch
12 V DC Electrical System
120V AC Electrical System
Dockside Single 50 Amp Cord with twin splitters to vessel entrances and a 25’ – 50 Amp Dockside Extension to vessels’ dockside cord.
8 KW Westerbeke Genset (New 2009), 130 hrs.
Engine Details & Mechanical Equipment
Running the engines at maximum efficiency and top performance is critical to this owner. In addition to cosmetically dressing the engines by having them painted white, thereby making it more obvious to spot potential problems; fluids and filters have all recently been changed, new water pump added, heat exchanger removed and cleaned, engine beds inspected, bilge steps added, all belts inspected and extensive upgrading of the vessels’ wiring for systems and electronics; have all been a priority for this owner.
Just came out of Hinckley’s’ Yacht Yard in Savannah (August, 2012) with fresh bottom paint, 2 coats and new zincs; the hull waxed and buffed as evidenced by attached pictures. The owner also had the starboard engine heat exchanger removed and cleared so now both engines are running within 5 degrees of 180.
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.