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BOATHOUSE KEPT, TWO STATEROOMS, DIESEL-POWERED! This boat is a tri-cabin trawler-style yacht that is in excellent condition from being kept in a boat house nearly her entire life. This is a great long-range cruiser, liveaboard, or family recreational vehicle. She is diesel powered, well-kept and richly nautical and comfortable. Nostrovia means “Cheers!” in Russian and she is ready to celebrate life with a new captain. A copy of her 2021 survey is available for you to view. Don’t let this classic cruise away from you!
This model called the “Sea Horse” was built by the reputable builder , Lindell.
Nostrovia is quite roomy inside and makes a superb liveaboard or long-range cruiser. Her interior is richly nautical and she has all the comforts of home. She sleeps four in two state rooms with a double bed in the aft stateroom This main aft stateroom is extremely roomy with lots of drawer and cubby storage. It has a door which accesses the aft deck and head closet with Vaccu-flush toilet and shower. In the main cabin, the L-shape galley is easy to work in with plenty of floor space. It has a four-burner Magic Chef stove with oven, a large Norcold refrigerator with separate freezer compartment, a microwave, double basin stainless steel sink and drawer and cabinet storage. Port and starboard sliding doors access the side decks. Windows all have coverings, including easy ones for the three windshields. The stacked single bunks in the forward stateroom has storage and head closet. Three aluminum tanks supply 150 gallons of fresh water for your on-board needs. You also have a generous 10 gallons of hot water. This beauty has been updated over the years and shows very nicely. Schedule a personal tour and imagine an exciting life aboard!
This boat model has a full walk-around design with high stainless-steel railing around the bow and grab rails along the sides of the cabin. Her bow has plenty of standing room if you plan to sightsee or fish from her. The v-berth cabin roof makes an easy place to sit while cruising or fishing. Nostrovia has a large flybridge with seating with covers.
She is nicely powered by her reliable, original 210 horsepower Caterpillar diesel engine with just 2,062 hours on it. She cruises at 8 knots at 1,950 rpm. She burns 3.2 gallons of fuel per hour and her three aluminum fuel tanks carry a total of 300 gallons of fuel. This package comes with Racor filters and fuel polishing system, hydraulic steering with cable controls at both the main helm and the flybridge, and a spare propeller, among many other features. Her electric Westmar bow thruster makes docking a breeze. She also comes with a two horsepower Honda auxiliary engine. For anchoring, you have a 45-pound plow anchor on a Muir electric winch with plenty of galvanized chain and double braided line.
Nostrovia has a full breadth of navigation electronics starting with her Robertson AP 1000 autopilot. The rest is centered on her Garmin 3010C integrated system, including the GPS, plotter and radar. She has an interphase depth sounder and a Standard Horizon VHF for communications. Also at the dash is an electric horn, search light control, rudder angle indicator, and engine control panel. Electric wipers are at each of her three windshields. At the flybridge, she has a Garmin GPS and plotter, an Interphase depth sounder, and a Standard Horizon VHF. While at the dock, plug her into 30-amp shore power. She has AC and DC electrical panels with breakers and analog meters. While at sea, you have a Northern Lights M73 5 KW diesel generator with 519 hours on it. She has three start batteries and four six-volt housebank. Guest pro 12 40 battery charger, a 70-amp alternator, and a Prosine 750 inverter. For entertainment, you have a nice Fusion stereo system and a flatscreen TV.
A hard fiberglass skiff sits nicely on the swim step and includes a 2 HP Honda kicker.