The Bruckmann 50 is a remarkable execution of a modern high performance pilot-house cruiser with the warmth, safety and comfort of a traditional trawler interior layout. With its extensive mahagony appointments, sleek design, and extensive list of sailing equipment, this solidly-built and beautifully maintained vessel is ready to take you anywhere in the world in extreme comfort and safety at speeds and operating economy rarely found in a vessel of this size. With her electric winches, furling sail handling systems, cockpit-led lines, and redundancies at both helm stations, this yacht can be easily handled by two, and her spacious, open interior provides a level of comfort under all weather conditions that makes sailing a true joy.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Razz M' Tazz
LOA: 51 ft 2 in
Beam: 15 ft 0 in
LWL: 46 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 47 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 42000 lbs
Ballast: 16000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 6 in
Off white deck w/beige Awlgrip non-skid (new cockpit non-skid 2013).
Gloss exterior brightwork.
Twin anchor rollers.
Full width teak swim platform.
Swim ladder w/ custom removable S/S handrails.
Custom twin seats on foredeck.
Eight Lewmar S/S opening ports w screens.
Four opening windows w/screens in salon.
Seven Lewmar “Ocean” opening hatches w/screens.
Teak cockpit grate.
Custom teak cockpit table w/drink storage under.
Helm seat with storage under.
Hot and cold shower
Generous cabinet storage.
Untra suede interior cushions.
Satin varnished mahogany interior.
Custom hidden shades in main cabin.
Teak and holly sole throughout (Freshly varnished 2013).
Accommodations and Layout
Starting at the stern is a large swim platform that accesses the spacious cockpit through a transom door. The cockpit and main salon area are connected with a full height sliding door allowing these spaces to be used in conjunction with each other as a large area for entertaining. Moving forward into the main salon is a U-shaped dinette to port that makes into a double berth. To starboard are two built-in barrel chairs. Forward and to starboard is a fully functional helm station with built in electronics, steering, engine controls,bow thruster control and chart table. Outboard of the helm station is a wet locker for stowing rain gear. The engine room is accessed via the pilothouse sole as well as from the hinged stairs leading to the lower level.
Down three steps from the main salon is a spacious wrap around galley to port. The galley is equipped with Corian counter tops, oversized fridge and freezer, an oven/stove combo, microwave, and a large pantry. Opposite the galley is a wonderful library/den that can also be converted to a double berth for additional guests. This area is complete with a large china cabinet, writing/computer desk, love seat, bar, media center, bookshelves, and magazine racks. A centerline cabinet houses the washer/dryer unit and multiple food lockers. The galley and library benefit from pleanty of natural light from the pilothouse windows above.
Forward to starboard is a guest cabin with double berth, hanging locker and nightstand. To port there is a guest head that shares an adjoining shower with the master head. The master cabin forward features an oversized V-berth with removable filler piece, dressing table w/mirror & stool, overhead airline style storage cabinets, a private head, and built in storage and hanging locker.
The interior is beautifully finished in the Herreshoff style, featuring white panels trimmed with satin varnished wood illustrating the fine joinery and quality of craftsmanship that is characteristic of Bruckmann. Razz M’ Tazz is finished with custom fabrics throughout.
8 Rope clutches for halyards, vang, roller furling and traveler.
All sail handling from cockpit.
Spar tight (2013).
Sails and Canvas
Doyle 135% furling genoa.
UK 153% tapedrive furling genoa.
Cockpit bimini w/cabin extension.
Sunshield window protectors on forward cabin windows.
Sunbrella canvas covers for all hatches and windows.
Sunbrella port covers.
Sunbrella windlass cover.
Sunbrella boom cover.
Custom canvas covers for hand rails.
Custom Sunbrella cockpit cushions.
(2) Lewmar ST 54 Electric (Primaries)
(2) Lewmar ST 50 Manual (Secondaries)
(1) Lewmar ST 44 Manual (Halyard)
Maxwell 12v dual direction windlass.
Windlass controls at bow and cabin station.
Seawater wash down at foredeck.
Double roller S/S/ bowsprit.
Fifteen foot anchor line rode desender at bow chainplate.
75 lb CQR anchor w/250’ of 3/8 chain.
47 lb Fortress anchor w/20’ of 3/8 chain and 150’ rope.
2x High capacity Johnson 4,000 gph bilge pump w/check valve.
Manual Whale bilge pump.
Texalene windshield covers.
Kalenberg air horn.
Emergency hydraulic steering override.
S/S emergency tiller.
Flair kit, safety gear, and bell.
Pulpit-mounted hard cover Lifesling.
3 Fire extinquishers
Six large fenders w/green fender covers.
Four 25’ and four 50’ docking lines.
St. Croix S/S removeable davits
Although RAZZ M’ TAZZ was built and marketed as a Bruckmann 48 Mk1, subsequent hulls were marketed as Bruckmann 50s. All of the design criteria and measurements of the Bruckmann 50 Mk1 boats are identical in all respects to that of RAZZ M’ TAZZ. (The Bruckmann 50 Mk 2 hulls, which began with hull #7 were fitted with an intergal swim platform rather than the externally mounted platforms mounted on the earlier boats.) She distinguishes herself from later models of this hull design by the greater use of mahagony interior trim throughout the the boat, teak handrails, increased sail area, and lower over-all profile due to the use of her low profile Yanmar engine and no need to raise the main saloon sole.
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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