1979 Custom Nautical Development Corp Stevens 56

US$ 169,500*
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Year:
1979
Length:
56'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
YW#:
77126-3135604
Last Listed Price:
US$ 169,500 
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Carisma is a 1979 56' Nautical Developments Corporation Stevens 56 Ketch designed by Steve Seaton & Roger Warren and modifications by Bill Stevens. She is owned by a very fastidious owner, so she is in very nice condition. She offers a three stateroom layout, including a huge master stateroom aft with a king size berth! Other attributes are a stand up engine room, low-hour Perkins auxiliary, 11 kW Westerbeke generator, 3,000 watt inverter, solar panels, washer/dryer, a center cockpit design and numerous upgrades and updates.

Post hurricane Irma condition report:  Carisma did not suffer any damage from hurricane Irma and is available for inspection anytime.



Curtis Stokes is a licensed and bonded yacht broker with Curtis Stokes and Associates based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and specializing in worldwide yacht sales, yacht charters and yacht new construction. Curtis Stokes offers professional, honest, discreet and personal assistance to a select group of clients and customers worldwide.

Please contact Curtis Stokes at 954 684 0218

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