56' Sea Ray 56 Sedan Bridge
Best priced 2001 in the Southeast. This 560 Sedan Bridge offers sleeping for 8 with three staterooms and a convertible sofa. Galley and dinette for 6 are up, salon seats 8 to 10 and the bridge has seating for over a dozen.
The 560SB is known for luxury, comfort and performance. Highlights include enormous three-stateroom interior with exquisite cherry joinery, large cockpit with bench seating, huge flying bridge with wrap-around helm and hardtop.
This beauty will cruise an economical 25-26K easy, and provides a soft dry ride. Tops out at 28-30K depending on load. This boat has every option: Bow Thruster, Bridge AC, GHS Hydraulic Marine Lift, Westerbeke 20 KW Generator, Spare Props, complete electronics and granite floors in gally & dinette.
The extended hydraulic swim platform (900 lb capacity) carries an Avon RIB with a 2011 Honda 15 hp electric start and power trim Outboard. Large full height engine room has easy cockpit access. Fully cored hull has prop pockets to reduce draft. This vessel is loaded with electronics and the bridge has heat and air for added cruising comfort.
This boat has received the very best maintenance and it shows like new. 1000 hour service done this summer, all fluids and filters replaced. Four main engine 8 D batteries were replaced and both primary engine fuel filters were cleaned and reconditioned.
Boat had the bottom and running gear painted with two coats of 4 year premium bottom paint in fall 2012. Hull has been wax and butted, engine hoses have been replaced, generator rebuilt, A/C system flushed & reconditioned, Bow Thruster reconditioned and batteries replaced , Vacuflush heads reconditioned, sea strainers upgraded to larger sizes, Anchor Windlass motor replaced & Windlass reconditioned, and generator sound shield reinsulated & painted.
New Raytheon Tridata has been installed along with a 3 zone Fusion Stereo/CD and Ipod dock.
Yacht is the sole asset of a Florida LLC, that may be purchased to avoid $18K sales tax obligation.
Owner will arrange delivery to most Southeastern ports for operating expenses,