WIRELESS has had only two owners. The first built her for long range fishing expeditions and sold her after building a 120' motoryacht. The current owner has used her locally for fishing/cruising and has put her on the market to pursue other interests. Always captain maintained, WIRELESS represents a well maintained convertible capable of cruising long distances in almost any weather.
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Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 4
The layout of the 72 Donzi is that of a classic convertible with extra room in all areas of the vessel.
The huge Cockpit boasts an offset chair and everything needed to chase large prey long distances! The open Salon and Galley arrangement provides for dining and includes custom refrigeration. The Crew berths are just forward of the Engine Room and reached from either inside or via the outside Engine Room entrance. Midship is a spacious VIP Suite and over/under Guest Cabin with Head followed by a large Master Suite in the bow.
The Flybridge can only be described as enormous with plenty of seating and lots of luxuries including a dumb waiter! A full tuna tower tops things off.
Upon entering the Salon to port the wide open spaces afforded by the over 18 and a half foot beam become readily apparent.
To port is the two door electrical panel followed by the yacht’s entertainment center that includes a 26” Sony TV, a Sony multi disc CD player, a Sony VCR, a Sony audio/video control center and a Sony dual tape cassette player. Two storage drawers below hold CD’s and tapes.
Next forward is a two door corner cabinet pegged for dishes, etc. Also in this cabinet is a NERA Sat phone handset.
To starboard is an upholstered U shaped settee with rod storage below and a hidden gun safe with a combination lock in the outboard backrest. A teak free form coffee table lies in front of the settee. Tambour doors access storage within. The aft end of the sofa has a built in end table with storage within and a table lamp above.
Next forward is an L shaped dining settee to seat three to four people with storage below. The teak table with burlwood inlay can be lowered to provide an additional sleeping area. To port is the Galley. Also located in the Salon area are large windows on three sides all covered with dual position Silhouette shades framed in a pecan valance. AC delivery is both port and starboard through upholstered valances.
Thre are four overhead stereo speakers, a center channel speaker below the TV, fourteen overhead mini spots and a dumb waiter to the Flybridge.
Three upholstered stools face the Galley and are served by the enlarged Galley countertop.
The Galley is open to the Salon and is C shaped off the forward portside. Equipment includes:
Kitchen Aid stainless steel microwave behind pecan door
(2) Door eye level stainless steel refrigerator
Eye level stainless steel freezer
(6) Teak drawers
(7) Teak cabinet doors
(8) Halogen mini spots
Sea 156 VHF, Sea 330 SB & a Cannon printer behind a tambour door adjacent to the Galley
To the starboard side of the Salon is the Companionway to below. Four steps with a carpet runner and two outboard cabinets lead to the first landing which has a Whirlpool Heavy Duty Thin Twin stacked washer dryer behind teak doors. A door and steps lead aft and down the Crew Cabin. Heading forward are the three suites for the yacht’s accommodations.
The portside VIP Cabin has a queen size berth cantalevered off of the aft portside area. There are two large drawers below the berth as well as rope lighting around the berth perimeter. An electro hydraulic assist opens the area under the berth for abundant storage. Overhead are two individually switched reading lights on a dimmer. A built in bookshelf with a drawer and a cabinet below are inboard. Outboard is a shelf with a phone and the cabin’s chilled water AC controls followed by a full size cedar lined auto lit hanging locker. Centerline is access to the en suite Head. To starboard forward is a built in 13” Sony TV and a Sony mini rack system with a CD and a cassette player. Below are four teak drawers. Also in this cabin are four overhead lights, a dressing mirror and a smoke alarm.
The en suite Head has a mica vanity with one cabinet below, an under mount sink and gold taps with a three shelf mirrored medicine cabinet above. The toilet is a china Microphor jet head with three storage lockers behind the head. The sole of this area is vanished parquet. The stall shower has a dark tinted plexiglass door and a handheld or wall mountable fixture with a light and an exhaust fan. Also in the Head are AC vents, three overhead mini spots and a sky screen/shade over the deck hatch above.
Across the Companionway is the dual access Day/Guest Head. The mica vanity has one cabinet below with an under mount sink, two tone faucet and a three shelf mirrored door medicine cabinet above. The toilet is a Microphor jet head. The sole is varnished parquet. The stall shower has a clear plexiglass door, a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a light and an exhaust fan. Also in this Head are AC vents, three overhead halogen mini spots and a GFCI outlet.
Next forward is the Guest Cabin with upper and lower berths outboard. There are three drawers under the lower berth and valance type AC delivery with rope lighting above the upper berth. Each berth has a reading light.
A cedar lined auto lit hanging locker is forward and inboard. A Sony AM/FM/CD stereo provides music.
Overhead is a deck hatch with a sliding sky screen/shade on the Bomar overhead hatch. Also in this area is a deck hatch to storage below, three overhead mini spots and a smoke alarm.
Next forward at the end of the centerline Companionway is the Master Suite. Starting all the way forward is a mirrored bulkhead with two halogen reading lights above. The tapered queen size pedestal berth has two large drawers below as well as rope lighting around the perimeter port and starboard. Built in teak shelves with small tambour doors serve as nightstands. There is additional storage under the berth via a pneumatically operated lift.
Aft to port is a cedar lined auto lit hanging locker with a safe within. Next aft is the entry to the en suite Head. On the starboard side going aft is the Cabin’s entertainment center which includes a Sony TV, a Sony Hi Fi VCR and a Sony mini rack system with a 5 disc CD player and a dual cassette deck. Below are two teak drawers and a storage cabinet followed by a cedar lined auto lit hanging locker to match that to port. A vanity with a stool, drawer and two large storage cabinets, one with a mirrored door is next aft.
Also in this cabin are eight overhead halogen mini spots, a sky screen/shade for the Bomar overhead hatch, two stereo speakers, a smoke alarm and a hatch into a large under deck storage area.
The Master Head is aft to port. The mica vanity has one storage cabinet below and an under mount China sink with gold fixtures above. Two mirrored panels, one with a three shelf medicine cabinet, are above. The toilet is a China Microphor jet head. The sole is varnished teak parquet. The stall shower has a dark tinted plexiglass doors, a light, an exhaust fan and a handheld or wall mountable shower fixture.
Also in the Head is an AC vent, three halogen mini spots and four cabinet doors for storage behind the head.
The Crew Area is entered via the main accommodation foyer or the Engine Room. Starting forward one walks down three Pirelli covered steps to two split berths. The single starboard berth has a large drawer and small locker as well as a large cabinet accessing the dual watermakers. The berth also has a reading light and an overhead halogen mini spot.
The portside area has two hanging lockers, two drawers and a storage cabinet leading to the outboard single berth. Also in this area is a Sony 13” TV, a Sony AM/FM/CD stereo, a telephone, a safe, ST 60 Raymarine digital depth, a reading light, an alarm panel for the two freezers, an alarm panel for six bilge pumps, a second alarm panel like that at the main electrical panel for smoke, high water and eight other ship functions.
Also in this area are stereo speakers and a central smoke alarm.
The Crew Head has a mica vanity with two cabinets below and under mount sink on a Corian countertop, a sink fixture that doubles as a shower head and a Vacuuflush toilet to starboard. Also in this area are twin fluorescent lights and fore and aft shower curtains that lets the area between the vanity and head serve as a shower.
The Flybridge is entered via a starboard side ladder from the Cockpit. The massive helm is centerline and to port. Forward of the helm is a large U shaped seating that comfortably sits eight. Three separate hatches access abundant storage under the seating. The white vinyl cushions are removable. In the center of the seating is a large fixed height table with varnished teak trim. The dumb waiter from below is accessed from under the table. Outboard of the seating to port is a stainless steel top loading freezer.
Under the brow of the Flybridge is an access door with cavernous storage to include storage for eleven rods and reels and a freshwater wash down spigot. Next outboard is a teak cabinet with a (new 2011) U Line icemaker. Next aft is a fiberglass covered cabinet with a stainless steel sink and Gaggenau electric grill. Below are three teak drawers. A lockable tinted plexiglass rod locker is next aft. Additional features of this area include:
Fiberglass non skid decks
(3) Side clear vinyl enclosure w/a center U Zip (new 2011)
WIRELESS has had only two owners. The first built her for long range fishing expeditions and sold her after building a 120’ motoryacht. The current owner has used her locally for fishing/cruising and has put her on the market to pursue other interests. Always captain maintained, WIRELESS represents a well maintained convertible capable of cruising long distances in almost any weather.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard WIRELESS, there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.
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.