“DUCHESS” is without a doubt the most perfect, ready-to-go vessel of any kind, anywhere. She is offered for sale only due to a change in her owner’s plans. This is a long range, bluewater cruiser that has been completely “de-bugged” and prepped for cruising. Her equipment and accessories are top-of-the-line and reflect the knowledge gained only through her owner’s years of experience. This is a complete package that offers significant savings of both time and money. If you are serious about going cruising NOW, you owe it to yourself to see “DUCHESS”. Owner will consider quality trades. DUCHESS has just undergone her annual beauty treatment, stem to stern and top to bottom. She looks fantastic! You will not find a better maintained boat on the water.
Contact John Gear, CPYB, for more information on this yacht at (772)215-4301 or via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact John Gear, CPYB at 772-215-4301
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Jim Krogen
LOA: 62 ft 11 in
Beam: 18 ft 10 in
LWL: 52 ft 3 in
Length on Deck: 58 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Ballast: 7000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 29 ft 0 in
Max Bridge Clearance: 29' Mast up Displacement: 96,830 lbs.
Total Power: 154 each
Solid fiberglass below the waterline with Kevlar-reinforced stem and stern bottom areas and vinlyester resins used in first two (2) laminates. Above the waterline a combination of Knyex, mat and Airex are used for added resiliency as well as improved sound and thermal insulation. The superstructure includes Knytex combined with end-grained balsa and/or Divinycell coring and surface mats (to reduce print-through). Cook gel coat is used on the superstructure. Teak aft and side decks. Boat deck and fore deck are finished with GripTex non-skid. Freeman weather-tight doors and GEBO windows have been used throughout the vessel.
The saloon is warm and inviting yet large enough for stylish entertaining. Entrance is through double Freeman doors from the aft deck. As found throughout “DUCHESS”, the joinery and cabinetry utilizes cherry and teak. To starboard is a large L-shaped settee with hi-lo folding table. To port are two (2) leather swivel recliners with ottomans and a bookcase/storage unit. There is carpeting over the parquet floor.
The galley is located forward of the saloon on the starboard side and is separated from the saloon by a Corian-topped counter. There is a Dutch-style Freeman door leading directly into the galley further facilitating the receiving of ship’s stores. Galley components include:
“DUCHESS” offers spacious accommodations for her owners and guests. There are 3 staterooms, 2 heads with stall showers and enough storage space to provision “DUCHESS” for extended periods of leisurely cruising or living aboard.
Located forward the master suite features an oversized queen-sized island berth, extremely large hanging lockers, generous drawer and locker storage, a mirrored vanity and a large ensuite head with stall shower. There are 4 opening ports and 2 overhead hatches.
Starboard Guest Stateroom
Located aft of the master suite on the starboard side this stateroom has a queen-sized berth with generous storage under the berth, hanging locker, drawer and locker storage, bookshelves and a private entrance to the guest head.
Port Guest Stateroom/Office
Located across from the starboard guest stateroom this area includes a desk with built-in file drawers, book shelves, hanging locker and a large convertible settee.
The pilothouse is located up and forward from the galley. Additional access is provided by port and starboard Freeman Dutch-style side doors. The visibility is excellent and the helm arrangement would be just as proper on a much larger vessel. Aft of the helm is a very large L-shaped settee with a cherry table which converts to a queen-sized berth.
Furuno 48 mile / 4 kW radar, model 1933C
Furuno 24 mile / 2.2 kW radar
Furuno NavNet GPS with WAAS antenna
Furuno GPS with WAAS antenna
Furuno NavNet weather fax, model FAX-30
Furuno MFDBB Black Box 3D system
AIS with GPS sensor
2 Dedicated computers running Nobeltec 9.0
C-Map and Maptech charts for entire U.S. east coast and Bahamas
Furuno RD30 depthfinder/temperature with flybridge repeater
Furuno 6.5” color depthfinder
Robertson autopilot, model AP2236 with pilothouse and flybridge remote
Standard Horizon GX250 VHF with Matrix AIS
ICOM VHF, model IC-M602 with remote on flybridge and master stateroom
ICOM VHF, model M-45 in saloon
TV cameras - 2 on aft deck (color), 2 in engine room (B/W)
Phone intercom system for pilothouse, salon and engine room
KVH TracVision 4 satellite TV antenna
3 Samsung flat screen TV’s - 17” in saloon, 15” in master and guest staterooms
JVC stereo DVD player with saloon, pilothouse and master sr speakers
Aft Deck – Includes a varnished teak cap rail (white Imron covered teak cap rails on port side extending around the bow and Portuguese bridge to reduce maintenance), teak deck, transom door, hot and cold freshwater cockpit shower, swim platform, portside boarding gate, very large lazarette storage, utility station with sink and 2 75’ / 50 amp remote control Glendinning CableMasters.
Boat Deck – The boat deck is accessed via the portside pilothouse door. It includes the flybridge, dinghy storage, Nautical Structures hydraulic davit, welded stainless steel railings, painted aluminum mast with steaming and spreader lights.
Portuguese Bridge and Fore Deck – The starboard side deck and the pilothouse side doors lead to the Portuguese bridge. There are wing station controls on the starboard side of the Portuguese bridge including bow thruster controls. Double doors lead out to the fore deck. The fore deck includes welded stainless steel railings, water-tight anchor locker hatch, fresh and salt water washdown outlets (fresh water flush on salt water washdown) and hydraulic Maxwell 3500 anchor windlass Ground tackle includes a 110# Bruce anchor with 400’ of ½” chain and a Rocna anchor with 300’ of ½” chain.
The engine room can be entered through a water-tight door from the lower landing, through a water-tight door from the lazarette or from hatchs in the saloon sole. engine The engine room is spacious, well laid out and includes a work bench which contribute to the ease of systems checks and routine maintenance. Primary components of the engine room include:
Twin John Deere 6068TFM, 154 hp diesel engines (2340 hours)
Major engine service performed Nov. 2013
Twin Disc 5075A transmissions
New engine hoses
Fuel tanks (4) / aluminum
Dual Racor fuel filters with vacuum gauge for each engine
American Bow Thruster 25 hp hydraulic bow thruster
TRAC hydraulic stabilizers, 9 sq. ft. (Complete service including new seals and zincs 8/12)
5 Zone reverse cycle air conditioning with fresh water flush system
Line cutters on prop shaft
Viking 6 man liferaft
Avon Adventure 400 RIB with 25 hp Yamaha electric start outboard
Avon R281 inflatable
Mathers electronic controls
Seagull water filtration system
Two fresh water pump system (Groco Senior)
Portuguese bridge controls, including bow thruster controls and autopilot remote
Pompanette Platinum pilothouse chair
ACR Remote controlled spotlight with pilothouse and flybridge controls
Full canvas including anchor winch cover, pilothouse window covers (2 sets), wing station, varnished rails, flybridge (new 2013), dinghy, aft deck curtain and bimini (new 2013)
Fore deck cushions
Owner's tools, art work, personal items, satphone, 2 handheld VHF's, personal ACR EPRIB
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