Footloose is a one owner, one captain yacht. She was ordered by a yachtsman with over 70 years of boating. The owner has decided to sell her as he is now almost four years older than the length of the boat. The Bravo 95 has the look and feel of a much larger yacht. She carries more fuel and water than most other boats in her class, capable of holding over 5000 gallons of fuel and over 600 gallons of water. Footloose is extraordinary sea boat and extremely maneuverable.
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Please contact Frank D. Gordon at 954-525-8476
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 96 ft 6 in
Beam: 22 ft 0 in
LWL: 83 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 202800 lbs Full Load
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: C32
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Hours: 541
Engine(s) Total Power: 1652 HP
Starting at the top, one of the first things different about the Footloose is the sky lounge is all recreational area for the owner and guests to watch the scenery go by. This is the only Bravo 95 specifically ordered with the helm area in the pilothouse rather than the sky lounge. There is a forward looking bench seat with fold up tables for reading the paper or eating as you cruise. There are drawers for storage under the bench seating. Behind the seating is a L shaped sofa with hinged seat bases for easy lifting to store underneath. A table in front of the sofa houses additional drawers for storage. To starboard on the sky lounge is a wet bar, with granite counter tops. Beneath the counter is a Sub Zero compact refrigerator/freezer with icemaker. The wet bar and ice maker have a Aqua Pure water filtration devise. There is a 40 inch Sony Bravio TV which is a pop up and it is connected to a Surround sound system with DTV and a DVD player. Floor coverings in this area are carpet. The forward windows have an exterior Texoline windshield cover and the side windows have easily installed interior Texoline window covers. Two large sliding stainless steel doors open to the upper aft deck area. There is L shaped seating here with a granite table top held up by two polished stainless steel bases. To starboard and port are granite topped counters with large storage areas below. Further aft is a stainless Fire Magic LP gas grill. The LP cylinders are housed below and additional storage space is available also. Aft of the grill is the 17 foot Nautica hard bottom inflatable dinghy with 90 hp Yamaha 4 stroke engine, and the Nautical structures Euro 1700 davit with power rotation. There is a teak stairway with sliding hatch top which leads down to the aft deck. Outboard on each side is a Revere 8 man life raft (2 total). An ACR EPIRB is mounted next to the grill.
Prior to the final order of the Footloose, while viewing previously built Bravo 95’s, the Owner and the Captain decided that the raised pilot house area on yacht was the preferred spot for the Captains operations. Visibility both forward and peripherally is much better with capability to see out of the large lower level windows as well. This area is reached via 5 steps down from the sky lounge. There is a two step raised L shaped seating behind the helm chairs which gives a great view to the guests. There is an Avonite table to one side of the seating area. The flooring in the pilot house is teak and holly Amtico flooring. The captain’s console houses four 18 inch VEI monitors for vessel navigation and monitoring. The console has ZF electronic shift controls, two Icom vhf radios, Simrad auto pilot, Simrad remote wireless auto pilot control, Simrad Jog lever, Naid digitial stabilizer controls, Naiad bow and stern thruster controls, Cheoy Lee systems monitor, Furuno Nav net controls, ACR spot light control, 5’’ compass Maxwell windlass control, controls for the three 36’’ wipers, and a Pelco video switcher. Clock and barometer mounted on the aft wall of the pilothouse. The forward windshield has and exterior texoline cover and the side windows have the interior installed texoline covers.
Steps down from the pilot house and to the port is the galley, with granite floors, counter tops, and full granite back splashes. There is a stainless sink with instant hot water and a Aqua Pure water filter unit. To port are two large 60 ‘’ windows and a skylight overhead. The galley has a GE profile stainless microwave, GE profile cook top, GE dishwasher, KitchenAid side by side refrigerator/freezer, Sub Zero wine cooler, and a Sub Zero under counter 2 drawer pull out freezer. On the port side of the galley is a door to the exterior deck, aft of that is a door to the dining area. There is a double door pantry, one side has six pull out drawers and the other side has shelving. The flooring is teak and holly Amtico.
Forward of the galley is the large deck level Master #1, it has 6 large deck level windows with pleated pull down shades. There is a king bed with mirror behind headboard and 8 drawers under the bed. Night stands with storage on both sides of the bed with reading lights. Opposite the bed is a Sony Bravia 40’’ tv with 8 drawers below it. On both sides of the TV are closets (2). One closet has a safe inside. There are additional storage areas on both sides of this master below the windows outboard. There is a desk with granite top and drawers below. This master is carpeted. Forward is the head with granite flooring, two sinks and granite counter tops with a dressing table between the sinks. To port is a large granite shower with seating and a Head hunter head. There is a large overhead escape hatch which lets lots of natural light into the head.
Behind the galley is the dining area and Salon. Ten large 60’’ diagonal windows allow great views and lighting from this area. There is a beautiful wood dining table and six chairs to port. Outboard of the table is a storage area with granite counter. To starboard is a wet bar with granite countertop. Below the wet bar is a Scotsmans Ice maker and a Scotsmans refrigerator. Aft of the wet bar is an additional three door storage area. The Salon has a L shaped sofa with storage below the cushions and a cocktail table drawers. Eight wall sconces and all overhead lights on dimmers. Sony 46’’ tv, DTV, DVD player, Surround sound, and 400 disc changer are housed in the salon’s entertainment center. A large sliding stainless door leads to the aft deck.
Master stateroom #2 is accessed down a beautiful stairway from the Salon down to a granite floored foyer which houses a 27’’ washer and dryer. Thru to the master is a King bed with mirror above headboard, reading lights, drawers under bed, and night stands with storage on both sides of the bed. Opposite the bed is a 40’’ Sony TV with DTV and a DVD player. Ten drawers under the tv and a closet on both sides of the stateroom with a safe in one of the closets. There are two large portholes on both sides of the stateroom with sliding covers. To starboard is a sofa with a storage cabinet next to it. Forward of the stateroom is the head with granite floors, shower, and walls. There are two sinks, a large shower with seating, Head Hunter head, and a urinal. There is a towel warmer mounted in the head also.
Thru the foyer and aft leads to both guest staterooms which both feature Queen beds with mirrors above headboards, reading lights, night stands on both sides of the beds with storage, and drawers under the bed. Both of these staterooms have two closets with escape routes thru closets to engine. Guest heads have Head hunter heads, granite counters, floors, and full granite showers. They each have two large portholes to view the waterway thru while in your stateroom. There are sliding porthole covers. Each of these staterooms has Panasonic 26’’ TV’s with DVD player.
The aft deck has a large forward facing bench seat with a wide Avonite table held up by two polished stainless bases. Full teak decks and wing doors leading forward. To port and forward on the aft deck is a storage compartment housing a U line refrigerator/icemaker and another overhead storage area with a wet bar sink. Also to port is a stairway down to the crews quarters. To starboard forward are the teak steps up to the upper deck area, storage is located below these stops as well as under the bench seating aft. There are two windlasses for stern lines with cleats, side entry doors, and stairs on either side leading down to the swim deck. The swim deck has three hatches in it to access machinery and storage. The stern has two storage compartment doors and a center door to the crews quarters. The starboard door has the controls for the Hamman waste treatment system in it.
The crew area from the swim deck has steps down and on the right is a bench seat with storage below. A 20’’ tv is mounted to the opposing wall above a fold up dining table. There is a 24’’ washer and dryer. To port is a carpeted crew room with two bunks, a head, and a shower. To starboard is the Captains quarters with queen bed, a large closet. There are four drawers under the bed and four drawers under the closet. A night stand with four drawers below it. Attached head and shower. The captains room has Amtico flooring. Forward in the crews quarter to right is a sink and storage cabinet with DTV receiver and DVD player, to port is a stairway out to port aft deck area. Forward is the door to the engine room.
The starboard CAT engine had an after cooler leak at about 900 hours, the captain and owner decided to replace the engine entirely at this point instead of having it rebuilt. The entire engine was removed and replaced with a new 0 hour engine. No holes for access were put in the vessel. The Vulkan element was also replaced at this time. The port engine after cooler was inspected with no leaks and it was replaced with a new one at this point also. The exhaust was updated with Marine Exhaust products on both engines at this time also. Both engines are currently covered by transferrable full CAT warranties.
Triple racor fuel filters for each engine, full sea strainers for each engine.
Tank Tender fluid monitor system
Manual gauges mounted on engine
Hamon waste treatment system
Compressor and Buell air horn system/Reverso oil change system/ One Head hunter 120 volt ships water pump/ additional Grundfos 120 volt water pump/ 24 volt water pump
Northern lights generators 40kw port 1070 hours Starboard 1037 hours
Racor fuel filters on generators
Central Naiad system with 50hp bow thruster and 30 hp stern thruster, Naiad Datum stabilizer control with double PTO hydraulic pumps one on each engine
Fuel transfer pump with counter
Hynautic power steering system
Climate control via two 10 ton Marine air chillers with Frequency drives
Wired remote control which plugs in mid ship on port and starboard sides and well as stern area.
There are four large cleats on each side of the main deck
One cleat on the swim deck centered
Two dinghy fold down cleats on the swim deck
Forward deck Maxwell windlass 4000 lb with chain and auto wash system
Two forward deck compartments with chain locker and storage areas as well as a fresh water connection.
Two windlasses on aft deck Maxwell 1500 for stern lines
24’’ wide Marquipt tide ladder 8 step
Sea tel DTV antenna with 5 DTV receivers
(2) Icom M604 vhf radios
(4) 18’’ VEI monitors connected to Furuno nav net 72 mile radar, plotter, fish finder
PC based plotter and four cameras for monitoring
Simrad S35 jog lever
Simrad AP26 pilot
Simrad WR20 wireless remote
ACR spotlight/ACR EPIRB
Maxwell anchor remote
Wired controls with bow, stern thrusters and gear plus throttle controls
Panasonic office phone system with intercom
Cell phone system with antenna booster
twin 100 amp service on cable masters with iso transformers
Two main panels in engine room, one dedicated to air cond, ac and dc sub panels thru out boat
Three Sentry battery charger charging
12 Gel batteries
9 bilge pumps/
12/24volt dc systems
Paintings in salon (3 nudes), paintings in deck level head, footloose boat paintings in foyer to lower master (2), books and personal items, coral lamp, green vase in deck level master, statue at dining table
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.