Treasure is a very well maintained 49 Eastbay. Her 3196TA Cats were just rebuilt by Caterpillar. The full in frame rebuild essentually gives you "like new" engines. Treasure has an elegant two-stateroom interior with a blend of hand-rubbed cabinetry and a teak-and-holly sole. Her spacious semi-enclosed helm deck provides comfortable seating for a small crowd. The beautifully finished molded hardtop is an integral part of the design, as well as access to the engine room through a hinged section of the cockpits bench seat. Additional features include wide side decks, a power-assisted opening center windshield panel, transom door and teak swim platform. The large engine room is a plus. Caterpillar 660hp Cat 3196TA diesels will cruise the 49 Eastbay at 24 knots (around 29 knots top). This vessel is a trade on a Marlow Explorer.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 54 ft 7 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 45 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Displacement: 48000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (176 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (900 Gallons)
"Flag Blue" Awlgrip Hull (Feb. 2012), White boot stripe
Awlgrip Gold Cove Stripe
Anchor, Deck, Dock and Coast Guard Packages
Extended helm area cabin sides
Imtra Sidepower Bow Thruster, upgraded lower unit 2010
(2) Extra SS Handholds for Boarding
Stern Helm deck 3 Panel Custom Enclosure, new 2010
(3) Sunscreens for Forward Helm deck Windows
Varnished Wood Door to Helm Deck in lieu of Fiberglass
Custom HD St. Croix 500 Series Removable davit system 2010
New polished stainless steel cabin top hatches 2011
Delta Stainless Steel 55 pound Anchor
Presto Marine Hydraulic Davit System
Helm seating is traditional Grand Banks elevated bench seats with storage beneath. Helm is to starboard and has drawer storage on inboard side of seat. Port side companion seat also has storage beneath. An L-shaped settee is on the port aft side of the helm deck with a teak table center of the settee. A single four foot bench seat is to starboard. A small cabinet is located in starboard aft corner. All helm deck seating has storage beneath.
A Coolmatic refrigerator is located on inboard side of port companion seat. Forward of the port helm seat is a Grand Banks chart locker and a chart light located overhead. Also a fold down bar cabinet with bottle storage is located forward of the port helm seat. All helm deck seating and cockpit seating have generous storage underneath.
Port and starboard windows can be easily opened by sliding. The center forward window opens electrically from the helm via a momentary switch. Two overhead hatches, with screens are located above port and starboard helm seats. Helm deck has two A/C zones with Marine Air digital controls located overhead. The aft most plastic curtains are removable to god airflow when you do not need the AC or heat. Helm deck sole is natural teak with a single deck hatch allowing stand up space in the center of engine room.
Helm is to starboard and features a Grand Banks high gloss varnished teak ships wheel. Caterpillar digital and analog displays are located center of helm just beneath the plotter and radar displays.
All AC and DC breakers, with the exception of electronics and some engine room systems, are located on the inboard side of the helm with a glass front, lockable cabinet door. Electronics circuit breakers are located overhead in a dedicated panel.
Cockpit and Foredeck
The cockpit has natural teak decking and teak treads on port and starboard steps and steps leading into the helm deck. Walk in engine room hatch is center beneath a forward bench cockpit seat. A transom door, set to the starboard side leads out to a Grand Banks teak swim platform with boarding ladder. This door when in open position gives great visibility aft from the helm when maneuvering in tight quarters. There are four flush mounted rod holders, port and starboard side.
Non–skid side decks and foredecks with freshly varnished teak toe rails and cove trim accent the deck and deck house. Dorade ventilation is port and starboard on fore deck trunk. Dorade boxes with beautiful teak tops and polished stainless scoops for excellent ventilation. Six twelve inch polished stainless cleats, three port and three starboard, provide secure docking. Polished stainless fairleads give access to the cleats amidships and forward.
The large cockpit supports outdoor enjoyment for the whole crew with aft facing double bench seat to port and can add additional free standing chairs. Access to the wide side and foredecks is easy allowing crew to safely move about the entire boat. The transom door opens to the large Teak swim platform where the XL500 davits are configured to easily handle the tender.
Caterpillar "Power Display" engine panels with "Panish" engine controls
Helm: Wheel, Steering, Instrument panels centered to helm console, Binnacle Mount Compass
Helm seat: with storage drawer, icemaker inboard, AC outboard, portside matching helm seat
Additional 12V Outlets Port & Starboard (2)
Additional wire chases to Port & Starboard overhead from mast to instruments, Salon TV
Helm deck overhead finished with Awlgrip White tongue and groove planks, varnish teak trim
Cantaluppi overhead lights
Teak varnished Accessories Storage compartments outboard of each helm seat
Coolmatic Refrigeration, Extended Teak Table and Custom Base
New stern Macrolon enclosure with sliding entry door and screens (2010)
New cushion upholstery – Bench and Settee on Bridge Deck and cushions/covers in Cockpit
Interior bulkheads — White Formica, teak anchor locker bulkhead
Master cabin with island queen layout
Galley and Head counter tops — "Cameo White" Corian
Galley and head sinks — Scandvik, polished stainless steel
Galley Drawer lined with felt, separate areas each for knives, forks, spoons and accessory utensils
Three burner electric stove with oven and broiler
Top loading insulated icebox with Grunert refrigeration system
Chrome hinges and lift rings in all cabin sole hatches
Varnished teak overhead safety handrail on center-line between the galley and salon areas
New salon upholstery (2010)
Gas assisted cylinder to lift forward berth
Recessed book shelf outboard, centered with cabinets at each end
Large L settee covered with Ultraleather
Table: Large teak with Hi-Lo with gas cylinder lift assist
Additional air conditioning vent to forward end of settee
Sony AM/FM Radio / CD Player upgrade with speakers wired to TV (2010)
Helm deck — 2 pair, Bose white environmental speakers
2 AMS-3 Speakers inside of lockers outboard of salon settee
Storage for CDs, VHS & Cassette tapes
24" Flat screen TVs (2010)
Sony Blue Ray DVD player (2010)
Mechanical / Electrical
Rebuilt 3196 TA engines with 3rd generation aftercolers
(4) Reverse Cycle Marine Air AC systems – Master Stateroom/Guest Stateroom, Salon, Helm Deck Port, Helm Deck Starboard.
Dual Raycor Fuel Filters on each engine (2010)
Engine room Automatic Fire Extinguishing System with relay shut down on Engines, Blowers and Generator.
Hubbel TV/ Phone inlet
13.5Kw / 220 Volt, 60Hz Onan Generator with sound shield (1575 hours)
110V Convection Microwave
Salt Water Wash down
Engine Room Fluorescent Lights
Glendinning cable master 50A shore power cord
Combomatic Washer / Dryer to engine room, aft inboard to portside
Upgraded standard mufflers to Large Centeks for additional noise suppression
Extra Soundproofing: sealed & insulated through bulkhead systems (wiring, cables, plumbing etc.)
Double standard sound insulation specifications
Additional (3rd) fuel tank forward bringing total fuel capacity to 900 gallons
Upgraded interior overhead lights to large, teak based Cantaluppi with additional rheostats (2)
Additional reading light in salon, red lenses on interior lights
Indirect lighting inside bookshelves and in glass cabinet
Extra heavy duty stern flagstaff and mounting base
Vacuflush Head systems
Prop Cutters – RAZOR (2010)
Furuno upgraded NavNet system with Open Array Color Radar C-Map Chart Plotter (2010)
Furuno Color Scanner (2010)
Furuno Dual Digital Depth Meter Readouts on RD30 Displays
Furuno AIS B VHF Ship Identification with Receive and Transmit Station 2010
Furuno Sirius Satellite Weather (2010)
Computer System Dedicated to Nobletec System – Windows Operating System - Keyboard and Custom mouse located a helm station (2010)
Nobeltec Chart System
Twin 15” Big Bay Monitors - Daylight Readable (2010)
KVH Satellite TV Antenna 2010
Simrad / Robertson Autopilot
VHF Icom With remote Microphone 2010
Digital Antennas New 2010
Furuno GPS Receivers 2010
ACR Remote controlled Searchlight
The 16' Beam provides the room for a very spacious Master with a full Island queen that is easy to access from either side. The cabinetry is a combination of storage drawers, cabinets and a large hanging locker forward. The Master has its own large head with separate stall shower. Light and fresh air is provide by a latge overhead hatch and opening port lights port and starboard.
Satin teak cabinetry
Teak and Holly floors
Twin reading lamps
Three large drawers under the berth including a full size chart storage drawer
Large Cedar lined hanging locker
Flat screen TV
Private head with separate stall shower
The 16' beam allows the bunks to run authorship with ample space between them to provide a very comfortable stateroom. The beds are a nice size and adults will be very comfortable in this stateroom. There is a tall hanging locker separating the beds. At the head of each bunk there is a shelf and storage. Between the bunks there is a full height cedar lined hanging locker. There are 7 storage drawers under the bunks. The stateroom is accessed by a pocket door allowing this room to be left open when not in use, making the yacht feel much more open.
The galley is on the port side across from the salon as you come from the helm. The U shaped galley features 2 large refrigerators and a top loading freezer that will allow you to cruise for weeks without needing additional provisions. The galley has lots of counter space, a 3 burner cook top, oven, and a convection microwave.
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.