Recent $30,000 Price Reduction! Stacey Lee is one of the popular state-of-the-art WhisperJet series. Her unique combination of shoal draft, high performance and quality construction add up to a unique boat. With her jet drives she can run in shallow water and speed over lobster pots and other obstacles with alacrity. Stacey Lee has been kept on her owner's dockside lift, has low hours and is ready to delight her new owner.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 36 ft 6 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 14200 lbs
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.
Twin berths with 4" cushions convert to a double. Storage shelves and lockers are above the berths and 2 large hanging lockers lined with cedar on the sides.
The head is fitted with a Marine toilet with a 21 gallon holding tank and a discharge water pump with Y-valve, a stainless sink with a Grohe shower faucet, mirror and Corian counter.
The cabin interior has solid cherry trim, locker frames, drawer fronts and corner posts with hand rubbed varnish finish; a cherry hull ceiling with hand rubbed finish; roller bearing drawer slides with kroon flush positive latches; and a satin varnished teak and holly cabin sole.
Galley equipment includes a Norcold 110/12 volt refrigerator, Kenyon electric stove top, microwave oven with shelf, pressurized fresh water system, a 6 gallon stainless steel water heater with heat exchanger, stainless steel sink with Grohe faucet, Formica bulkheads and Corian countertops.
Electrical and Navigation
The helm station and engine controls are in the forward starboard quarter of the helm deck. To port is an L-shaped settee with table. Stidd seats are froward port and starboard. The helm seat is power operated and has a right-arm mounted joystick to steer by autopilot. The entire area is enclosed by a canvas bimini and four sided enclosure. The helm deck hinges up via an electric hatch lift. The electrical system meets ABYC standards and includes a distribution panel with voltmeter, tinned wire throughout; split loose fire retardent cable looming; bonding system; reverse polarity indicator; 12 volt cabin lighting; 110 volt outlets throughout; courtesy lights in the cockpit; remote spotlight on mast with helm control.