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54' Pama Pilothouse MY (Stabilized!)

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  • Year: 2004
  • Current Price: US$ 375,000
  • Located in Portland, OR
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 80544-3063061
  • Sold

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Other photos: At her freshwater home slip., Port side, Open flybridge, arch keeps electronics antennas out of the way., Photo 4, Photo 5, Photo 6, Stbd aft quarter. Excellent access onto the vessel from the swim platform, Photo 8, Underway on a crisp, clear morning., Photo 10, Portside, Photo 12, Photo 13, Photo 14, Photo 15, Photo 16, Photo 17, Photo 18, Port aft quarter, Photo 20, Photo 21, Photo 22, Photo 23, Photo 24, Photo 25, Hauled out for exhaust work, Photo 27, Photo 28, Bow thruster. All in great condition., Stbd stabilizer fin, Stbd side running gear., Trim tabs, Stainless rudders, Centerline fixed trim tab, Old exhaust out, New exhaust being glassed in., Photo 37, Photo 38, Swim platform with fender storage in transom, Aft deck stowable sink, Photo 41, Stbd side view, Photo 43, Flybridge wet bar with grill, fridge, and storage, Photo 45, Flybridge view forward, Very capable flybridge helm station, with ZF Mathers Micro Commander electronic engine controls., Photo 48, Photo 49, Photo 50, Thruster control, Photo 52, 1000lb NIck Jackson Davit, Tender chocks for 12ft Rendova RIB w 30hp Yamaha 4S, Photo 55, Looking from flybridge down to pilothouse, Foredeck looking aft, Foredeck sunbed area., Maxwell 2200 windlass (large), 325ft 5/16th all galvanized chain with 44lb Stainless Bruce anchor, Maxwell 2200 windlass, New pilothouse windows as of 2015, Photo 63, Photo 64, Photo 65, Photo 66, Photo 67, Photo 68, Transom locker, Solid stainless transom cleats and handholds all in one, Photo 71, Stbd side Yanmar 6CXM-GTE2 440hp, Port engine, Photo 74, Dripless shaft seals and dual Racor fuel filter port side, Dripless shaft seals and dual Racor fuel filter stbd side, Hydrualic PTO's on mains, Emergency start panel, Steering gear, Oil change system, 3000 Watt Inverter, 12 KW Norther Lights Genset about 250hrs, Sealed genset battery box, Photo 84, Wesmar Stabilizer reservoir, Nutone central vac, Portside PTO, Photo 88, Photo 89, Photo 90, Photo 91, Photo 92, Photo 93, Kabola diesel furnace, Glendenning Cablemaster, Lower helm, Mathers Micro Commanders electronics., Pilothouse seating, Pilothouse stairs to flybridge, Galley to stbd (looking aft), Photo 101, Galley countertop looking forward and to stbd, Galley headliner, Pilothouse panels ( genset - inverter - charger - tank tender), Pilothouse main panel AC/DC, Staircase to accommodation, Original build yard plaque (current owner is second owner), Portside salon looking forward, Stbd side salon looking aft, Salon looking directly aft to stainless sliding doors., Complete Bose stereo surround sound, Cabinet portside forward salon, Looking forward from salon to pilothouse., Forward salon and to stbd, flat panel TV for evening entertainment, Salon fridge and Wine Cooler, Photo 116, Lighting controls salon and aft deck etc., Stbd side salon looking forward from sliding doors., Stbd aft salon, Sub panel in pilothouse., Nav light panel and bilge pump switch "on" lighting, Pilothouse looking aft, Pilothouse opening hatch, Guest accommodation, looking forward to VIP berth from bottom of stairwell, VIP island queen berth forward, Photo 126, Photo 127, Forward head shared by VIP and guest staterooms, Looking aft from VIP berth, Entrance to master stateroom, Guest stateroom to port with twin bunk beds, great for kids, Stairs down to master, Master stateroom with island queen berth, Looking aft and to stbd (head), Master ensuite head located to stbd in the stateroom., Full size shower stall in master head, Photo 137, Photo 138, Looking to port in the master, Master TV, Photo 141, Washer and dryer between master and guest staterooms., Looking up stairs to pilothouse, Looking aft through galley, Looking down into salon, Pilothouse stbd side door, Pilothouse portside door, Stairs to flybridge, Salon table opened, Photo 150, Galley trash compactor, Galley glass cooktop, Oven, Galley fridge/freezer - Sub Zero, Galley fridge/freezer - Sub Zero, Photo 156, Additional fridge drawers to port under pilothouse seating, Additional fridge drawers to port under pilothouse seating, Pilothouse headliner.





This well kept, captain run, professionally maintained 2004 Pama is a must see for a couple or family looking for a vessel that will take them up and down the West coast in comfort and safety. The hull is constructed using a solid fiberglass hull bottom, and then a synthetic coring starting above the waterline for reduced weight, which relates directly to performance with regards to speed and fuel consumption. The Pama's hull is regarded to be a very well constructed hull. 

Boarding Caribbean Cruise from the dock to swim platform is very convenient and requires no effort to step up onto the vessel. Ascend the transom steps and you find youself on a teak covered, spacious aft deck, perfect for those sumptuous morning breakfasts, lazy lunches, or evening entertaining with your close friends and family. The aft deck table allows for seating for four on the settee, and add a few deck chairs to increase capacity. There is easy side deck access to the foredeck(bow), where one can have a glorious afternoon nap in the sun on the sunbed area, or just lounge with friends. There is also a stainless and teak staircase located on the starboard side of the aft deck, leading to the boat deck and flybridge above. The large stainless and glass sliding salon entry doors, make moving from the aft deck into the salon a breeze, especially with luggage etc. 

Inside the salon, you find yourself in a very accommodating space, with seating for at least 8 people. There is a good size flat screen TV forward and slightly to starboard, which allows all to have a good view of the screen on movie night. The salon table folds in half for ease of movement, and opens to allow for plenty of serving space when entertaining or eating a meal. It is also lowered and raised by an electric motor system. The flow through the salon and up to the lower helm and galley area works very well, and there is an extremely good amount of natural light from the large salon windows which also have excellent coverings for privacy when needed. You have all entertainment equipment located in the salon for ease of use, and custom full surround sound speakers (cockpit/aft deck too) for that theater experience.

Once up the stairs, you find the galley to your right(starboard), and it is very well equipped and easy to use. Fridge and freezer are drawer style, and located under the countertop on the aft inboard side of the galley, thus allowing for a lot more counter space to prep all of your favorite dishes when entertaining. A stove top, oven/microwave oven, loads of counter space and dual stainless steel sink provide everthing you need to let your creative culinary juices flow! There is also a wine cooler aboard to make sure you have chilled wine on hand, and room left in your fridges for food! The galley is directly behind the lower helm, making it easy to provide drinks and food to anyone on watch during passage making, or for watch keepers to help themselves while the autopilot steers the vessel. 

The lower helm provides full control of the vessel, and from a comfortable position too. New forward windows in 2015 give great visibility to the pilot, and is more comfortable in cooler cruising climates. Needless to say, closer to the galley too! From the lower helm, there is a curved staircase aft and to port, which allows the pilot and other crew quick access to the flybridge. From the flybridge, once again the pilot has full control of the vessel, and a commanding view of surroundings, especially when manouvering. There is a high quality canvas bimini top to protect from the sun in summer, and plenty of comfortable seating for guests to spend time with whoever is piloting the vessel. There is also a wet bar, fridge, icemaker and BBQ to entertain with ease from atop. The 12ft Rendova dinghy with 30hp 4s Honda is stored on the boat deck. This is launched and retrieved with  1000lb Nick Jackson hydraulic davit system with remote control. There is also a stainless slinding hatch to the aft and starboard side of the boat deck, which gives access to the stairs to the aft deck.

Head back down the stairs to the lower helm, and there is curved stairwell, that leads to the accommodation. Once down the stairs, you will find and large and well appointed master stateroom, with  island large queen, and full en-suite head. There is ample storage for extended cruising. The VIP up forward (V Berth) is also an island queen, and has more than enough storage space for visiting guests, or family members. This too is en-suite with full head. The third stateroom has twin bunks, and is a great option for the younger members on the family, or visiting guest party. All staterooms have new TV's with sat TV and stereos. The entire vessel is heated by the Kabola diesel fired furnace, and has four separate zones.

Back out on the aft deck again, and the lazarette can be accessed from a hydraulic deck hatch. Once inside there is excellent access to the Northern Lights 12KW genset, with approximately 350hrs on it. The Kabola diesel furnace system is located here, and easily accessible for service work. Go through a water tight door, and you are into a very open, and well laid out engine room. The low hour  twin Yanmar 6CXM-GTE2 440hp (each) engines show well, and it is easy to see the level of maintenance. These engines are well know for their reliability, and push Caribbean Cruise along at a comfortable cruising speed of 12-15 knots, with a top end of 21 knots. These are also very fuel efficient engines, and at 1900rpm, you are burning about 6 gallons per engine, per hour, and this is thanks in part to the Nibral 4 blade High Skew(high performance) props that she has. Additional features include stabilizers and a Side Power bow thruster system. All batteries were replaced in 2014 to include all start, house, and thruster batteries. There is also a Glendinning shower power cable retrieval system, so you don't have to coil up the cord each time you leave the dock. 

All in all, Caribbean Cruise is ready to cruise, and do so in comfort and style. You will be hard pressed to find a yacht of this quality, with as many features as it has, at this price point. Call the listing broker now to make an appointment to view this fine yacht. 

Please contact Jason Whitaker on 971-244-2667, or jason@wsyachtbrokers.com

Please contact Jason Whitaker to view this fine yacht, 971-244-2667, or jason@wsyachtbrokers.com


Please contact Jason Whitaker at 971-244-2667

Contact W S Yacht Brokers LLC.

Lake Oswego, OR 97035 United States
Toll-free 971-801-6695
Tel 971-244-2667
Email Us


W S Yacht Brokers LLC

Lake Oswego, OR 97035, United States

Toll-free 888-207-1514
Tel 971-244-2667
Email Us


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