Fort Lauderdale, FL
Raised in the small mining towns of northern Ontario, Derek found his interest for all things ocean watching Mike Nelson on Sea Hunt, the 1950s television series. While backpacking in Europe in 1972, Derek was offered his first position as crew on a pre-war wooden cutter bound for Brazil. This is when the passion came to life. Derek learned navigation and seamanship during this voyage, and his talents have grown exponentially over the years.
By 1986, Derek had owned 2 of his own sailing vessels and spent 12 years cruising the Caribbean and Pacific Islands. Derek then captained sailing yachts up to 80 feet in size both privately owned and by charter and has delivered vessels to all corners of the globe.
He has logged over 175,000 nautical miles and completed 7 trans-Atlantic and 3 trans-Pacific crossings. In 2002 Derek began a new chapter as a yacht broker, working for a local brokerage in Fort Lauderdale. It wasn’t long before Derek’s knowledge and expertise brought him to the forefront as the “go-to guy” for sailing vessels within the firm. Honest, easygoing and knowledgeable are a few of the adjectives previous clients have used to describe Derek. He now hopes to help you achieve the dream he has lived.View Broker (Derek Jarvis)
|Yacht Name:||Shamrock ex. Sweet Pea|
|Location:||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
Shamrock (Ex Sweet Pea) is an excellent example of the Farr designed, Beneteau built 461. Her sweet lines and comfortable interior make her a great cruiser with a good turn of speed!
She features a large interior with three staterooms and two heads highlighted by a beautiful teak interior.
The last two owners have upgraded the boat in numerous ways to enhance the cruising experience.
|Water Tank Capacity:||218 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||50 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||15 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||2050 Hours|
Shamrock has a 3 stateroom, 2 head interior arrangement.
The master is forward with its own head and shower. There is an island queen with fitted sheets. Storage is abundant with drawers and lockers. An opening hatch adds light and ventilation.
Moving aft, we enter the main salon which splits with the dinette to starboard and the galley to port. There is ample seating around a beautiful teak table.
Further aft is the chart table and navigation area with the second head across to port.
Mirror aft cabins complete the interior layout.
The galley is along the port side in the main salon.
The boats' navigations systems have been upgraded.