Miramar | Shannon 52' 2013

Newport, RI
$975,000


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Erik Haaland

Erik has been involved in the marine industry for over a decade. He started his brokerage career with Martin Bird & Associates in Annapolis in 2014. Prior to that he was a successful Store Manager with West Marine, winning many top accolades including multiple District Store of the Year awards. Erik was born in New York where he learned to sail at a young age on the Hudson River. In the mid-1990's his family moved to Annapolis, where his fondness of the Chesapeake grew by being involved in sailboat racing, fishing, and other water related activities.

To further is career as a yacht broker Erik attended continuing education training and was granted certification as a Certified Professional Yacht Broker in 2017. His drive to ensure his clients needs are met is paramount. Erik believes that his job is never done with any client, and that the personal assistance he provides clients, some years after they make their purchase, is what sets him apart from other brokers in the industry. Erik is known to be very personable and easily explains different vessels and their systems, making it a pleasant experience for both buyers and sellers as they not only get to know their boat better, but understand how to remedy issues along the way. He has a wide breath of yacht sales experience, from blue water yachts to center console fishing boats, picnic boats, sport fishers, racing sailboats, trawlers and motor yachts.

When Erik is not showing boats you can find him on the Bay on his Scout center console or being involved in the sailboat races out of Annapolis and around the East Coast.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Miramar
Builder: Shannon
Model: 52 RDP
Year: 2013
Location: Newport, RI
Asking Price: $975,000
Designer: Walter Schulz & Associates
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

Miramar, a fitting name for a yacht of this caliber, "to look at the sea". The name Miramar had special meaning for the owners of this incredible Shannon, as during her extensive build and outfitting process it formed the baseline for the yachts design.

Shannon Boat Company of Bristol, RI was founded in 1975 by Walter Schultz and David Walters to build strong, comfortable offshore cruising yachts. Over the years Shannon Boat Company built a reputation for quality, comparable to the best including Hinckley in the US and the best in Europe. Many Shannons have circumnavigated and the company offered a wide range of designs. Every Shannon is a semi-custom yacht built for a specific owner and is painstakingly constructed to the highest standards using the finest materials.

Miramar is no different, and in many respects the finest yacht that Shannon was tasked to construct. The yachts owners, both knowledgable sailors, were highly involved in the yachts construction as they fitted Miramar with features, layouts, and materials that would make the yacht not only personally theirs but also provide a striking appeal to guests and other experienced yachtsmen. Miramar's build was so detailed and extensive that construction was started in 2012 with full commissioning not occurring until 2014. Shannon wanted to make sure that Miramar was the best yacht they had ever built, to be the jewel of the sea and the queen of the boat shows.

The Shannon 52 RDP is a pilot yacht designed for those looking for a modern styled, luxurious, short-handed ocean cruiser that allows them to get out of the weather. The 52 RDP is not a motor-sailor, but a full fledged sailing yacht with many of the benefits found in pilothouse and motor-sailor designs. Miramar is fitted with the Walter Schultz designed 'Sketch' rig. This allows the yacht to sail well in a wide range of wind speeds without putting crew outside of the cockpit. Double head stays are fitted with furlers for a full size 135% genoa and yankee. Leisurefurl booms for the mainsail and mizzen. There is also a mizzen staysail. A cable staysail halyard is fitted for the addition of a storm staysail if required. An asymmetrical spinnaker is aboard in an ATN sleeve for easy use off the wind. One of the owners requirements was that the yacht be functional in the ICW which she is thanks for her Sketch rig height under 64' and shoal draft of 5' 9" with the centerboard raised.

The hull is borrowed from the Shannon aft cockpit 47/52 center cockpit design and has the same proven offshore sailing characteristics. All sailing controls lead to the cockpit where two large Harken primary winches are 2-speed electric powered plus an electric halyard winch for the mainsail hoist. The yacht can be completely operated by one person from the cockpit.

Construction is modern and bullet proof. The hull and deck are hand laid GRP using vinyl-ester resin and biaxial laminates with a closed cell PVC foam core. The hull is further reinforced by Kevlar hybrids that are commonly used in flexible armor. The keel/centerboard is internally ballasted with solid lead, encapsulated and sealed within the hull, this eliminates the need for keel bolts. Additional kevlar laminates in the bow and keel for added safety in the event of collision or grounding. The hull to deck joint is bonded with biaxial laminates backing to the internal hull flange and thru-bolted every 8". A skeg mounted rudder with stainless post and internal reinforcement and the centerboard is operated by a geared handcrank in the cockpit to allow for easy adjustment, virtually eliminating potential system failures.

Many of the systems were custom chosen by the owners after consultation with Walter Schultz. For example the helm stations have completely independent steering and engine control systems. The topside helm controls the rudder by a geared linkage with no cables to stretch or wear down. The inside helm controls the rudder by a hydraulic system. Likewise the engine controls are digital at the topside, manual cable at the inside helm with override, and both helms have complete engine readouts and functionality. There are twin Yanmar diesel engines with independent dual Racor filters and three separate alternators with automatic battery charging relays. Thanks to this amount of built in redundancy Miramar can be cruised with nary a question about her capabilities and safety. As well she can cruise under power for 1,000 miles. Miramar is the perfect blend of a full fledged sailing yacht with features above and beyond her competitors.

Stepping below the saloon is fitted with large, armored and tinted picture windows to allow for complete visibility while standing or sitting. There is a saloon table with adjustable height for dining or cocktails, aft facing nav station with complete electronics, bucket chairs for additional seating or book reading, and a complete helm station. Moving forward is the galley with visibility through the saloon to the cockpit, allowing for easy communication and providing an airy interior. A VIP cabin and head are fitted forward as well. Proceeding aft from the saloon is the aft passageway with additional seating for a comfortable semi-private relaxation area, or convert to bunks for extra guest space, a fully stocked bar and wash/dryer is fitted as well. In the stern is a tastefully ordained master stateroom and ensuite which provides the utmost privacy and comfort for the owners.

Miramar's owners have been incredibly fastidious with their maintenance regime and it truly shows. All services are up to date and she is in incredible cosmetic condition. Miramar is truly turn-key and ready to continue her adventures. Contact the listing agent directly to setup your private showing of this incredible Shannon.

Photography by Billy Black

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Dimensions

Length: 52'
Beam: 14' 3
Water Tank Capacity: 160 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 222 Gallons
Holding Tank Capacity: 56 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JHT4-TE
Power: 75 HP
Number of Engines: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1300 Hours

Hull

  • Keel/Centerboard manual control 9' board down 5'9" retracted
  • Linear closed cell PVC foam-cored composite hull hand laid up with gelcoat, vinyl-ester resin veil coat, biaxial laminates and Kevlar hybrids
  • Internal solid lead ballast, encapsulated and sealed within fiberglass laminates. No keel bolts
  • Reinforcing stringer grid with 45X45 degree bias biaxial laminates
  • Kevlar reinforcing laminates in the bow and keel
  • Hull to deck joint bonded and thru-bolted every eight inches with biaxial laminates backing the internal hull flange
  • Skeg mounted fiberglass rudder with stainless steel rudder post and internal reinforcing plate
  • Hull color - Cabernet Merlot Awlcraft with oyster white boot stripe and gold leaf embellishments
  • Deck color - Oyster White with Cream nonskid gelcoat
  • 3.5" X 1" teak toe rail and toecap on transom, 4" X 1/4" thick teak sheer trim
  • Reverse transom with door hinged at bottom and remote electric piston
  • Hull painted 2018 - Pettit Ultima SR60
  • Original barrier boat

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Deck

  • PVC foam cored deck and wheelhouse - hand laid up with biaxial laminates
  • Custom diamond pattern fiberglass non-skid with contrasting gelcoat color
  • Large center cockpit
  • Dodger, bimini, connector piece, and movable sun screen
  • Mainsheet traveler bridge with adjustable mainsheet traveler car
  • Seven large wheelhouse windows of Garibaldi armor plate tempered glass
  • Spartan chocks
  • Deck cleats on deck, not toe rail
    • Bow: two 10" SS
    • Spring: four 10" SS
    • Stern: two 10" SS
  • Stainless steel chafe plates
  • Ground tackle: ULTRA 77# Polished Stainless with 100' X 3/8" HT chain and 150' X 3/4' three-strand nylon anchor rode. Additional CQR 50# with 250' X 5/8" three-strand anchor rode
  • Windlass: Maxwell H-10 12VDC Horizontal dual chain/rope gypsies with Stamoid cover
  • Anchor rode deck pipe
  • Self launching bow roller
  • Saltwater and freshwater foredeck washdowns
  • Seven Dorade vents: Vetus stainless with custom low profile boxes and Stamoid protective covers
  • Skylight hatches - Bomar stainless with tempered glass:Forward Cabin 16"X16"
    • Main Salon: two 10"X10"
    • Owners Cabin: 20"X20"
    • Oceanaire hatch screen/shades
  • Bow pulpit double rail - bottom rail continued all the way forward, removable teak bow seat on lower rail and teak hand rails on cabin top
  • Stern pulpit continue upper rail forward to lifeline gate
  • Stern double rail with gate
  • Double lifelines forward with gates port and starboard
  • Two winches on mizzen mast
  • Mainsheet traveller and mizzen traveler on bridge
  • Two cockpit coaming storage compartments
  • Teak bow platform with two anchor retainers and rollers
  • Double roll stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with separate running lights'
  • Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and port and starboard boarding gates
  • Vetus stainless steel cowl vents on teak baffled dorade boxes
  • Four exterior teak grab rails with Stamoid protective covers
  • Large lazerette storage compartment
  • One 10# bottle propane indure hatch locker, spare in vapor proof locker in lazerette
  • Magma grill with custom stowaway regulator on aft deck
  • Rod holder

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Sails & Rigging

RIGGING

  • Rod rigging
  • Yankee roller furling gear: Harken Mk IV 3
  • Genoa roller furling gear: Harken Mk IV 3
  • Leisurefurl Main boom roller furling
  • Boom vang
  • Sparcraft custom made Main and Mizzen Masts, Oyster White awlgrip oven cooked
  • Solid stainless steel chain plates thru-bolted with 1/2" stainless steel bolts to
    reinforced fiberglass knees
  • Navtec oversized solid stainless rod rigging with external tangs and open barrel
    turnbuckles
  • Fore stay and stemmed halyard mast head
  • Topping lift stainless steel, vinyl coated
  • Mizzen staysail gear
  • On Mizzen mast: two Harken 16 ST Winches
  • Storm forestay (no sail fitted)
    • Electrical/ElectronicsForespar Bow/Foredeck light
    • LED International running light
    • VHF and Cellphone antenna
    • Windpoint/Windspeed: Raymarine Masthead
    • Forespar deck lights
    • Radar platform
  • Starboard and Port spreader and masthead flag halyard

SAILS

  • Sailmaker: Doyle, Mark Ploch
  • Mainsail and Mizzen sail full batten (furling booms)
  • 135% Genoa
  • Yankee Jib
  • Mizzen staysail
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker with soc

DECK WINCHES

  • Two primary Harken 71CST - 12VDC 2-Speed with Stamoid protective covers
  • Two secondary Harken 50CST: One 12VDC for main halyard, roller furling boom line, and main sheet lead aft; one 50CST for single main sheet traveller control line, topping lift, spinnaker halyard, and boom vang lead aft. Both with Stamoid protective covers
  • Spinlock rope clutches

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Upper Cockpit - Pedestal Steering

  • Teak companionway doors screened with tracks onside to slide in 1/4" plexiglass
  • Track for teak weatherboards
  • Stamoid protective covers for hatch
  • Dodger with Eisenglass and Bimini with connecting awning, all in off-white Stamoid
  • One piece wrap-around dodger cover
  • Stereo speakers under helm seat with outside control panel
  • Exterior Jefa wheel steering system with mechanical linkage, engine controls, covered stainless steal destroyer type wheel, and pedestal guard with wheel brake
  • 4" Ritchie Compass
  • 12VDC outlets
  • High gloss teak cockpit table with 3 mug stainless steel rack
  • Two coming pickets with teak
  • Cockpit cushions, covered with Sunbrella material
  • Teak coming caps full length except under winches and two cleats with
  • Stamoid protective covers

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Stern

  • Hinged lazerette
  • Hinged power opening reverse transom door with handheld remote
  • Courtesy lights
  • Whale hot/cold shower
  • Swim ladder
  • KATO custom Dinghy Davits, Oyster White awlgrip
  • Forespar Novalift dinghy crane and Edson outboard bracket on stern rail

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Auxiliary Power

  • Twin 75 hp Yanmar 4JHTE Engines
  • One alternator 150 amp alternator with external voltage regulator for each
    engine
  • Second Powermax Par 150 alternator on Starboard engine for house bank
    batteries (Total of 3 alternators, automatic combining with manual override)
  • Engine panels with full gauges and alarms below, remote panels with tachs and alarms above
  • ZF transmission, 2.8 to 1 reduction
  • Three-bladed polished bronze Flexofold propellers
  • Aquamet 22 stainless steel propeller shafts with Spartan stuffing boxes
  • Custom composite shaft log with removable cutless bearing
  • Bronze rudder stuffing boxes
  • Two diesel fuel (5052 aluminum alloy with baffles), tanks with gauges and access ports total 222 gallons
  • Dual Racor primary fuel filters with pressure gauges for each engine
  • Four 12 VDC engine room LED lights
  • Glendenning electric engine controls in cockpit
  • Mechanical throttle shifters below with emergency override
  • Pickup and return fuel manifold for ease of selecting tanks and transferring capabilities
  • Sound and fire retardant acoustical foam insulation in engine room
  • Groco engine raw water intake strainers
  • Reverso Oil Change system for engines and generator

 

Mechanical/Plumbing

  • Sidepower SE-130 10 hp 12VDC bow thruster
  • Maxwell RC12-12 12VDC windless
  • Hydraulic steering at lower helm, mechanical in cockpit
  • CruiserRO Water Maker, 40GPH
  • Pressurized hot/cold water system
  • Four separate self-trimming and isolatable water tanks (160 gallons), 316 stainless steel
  • Tanks selecting manifold
  • Sea Tech fittings and 1/2" pex tubing
  • ShurFlo Fresh Water Pump and stand-by Fresh Water Pump
  • Twelve gallon stainless steel hot water heater with engine water heat exchanger/110 VAC system
  • Cockpit and forward hose wash down fitting, and swim platform shower
  • Two electric marine heads, each with designated holding tanks made of GRP
  • Shower sump pumps with overboard discard
  • Windshield wipers with fresh water wash down
  • Marelon seacocks with identification labels
  • Marine grade sanitation, wet exhaust, and fuel fill hose with double hose clamps and fittings
  • Two Whale Gulper 320 12 VDC electric bilge pups with automatic float switch
  • Rule 3700GPH 12DCV emergency bilge pump
  • MarineAir 3 zones: 16,000, 12,000, and 8,000 BTU Air conditioning 110AC Reverse Cycle

 

Electrical System

  • Easy access to all electrical equipment
  • Bass electric panels for DC and AC systems
  • Digital DC volt meters and AC multi meters
  • Battery monitor
  • Mastervolt 100 amp battery charger
  • Dockside 50 amp 125/250 VAC shore power system with 50 foot cord
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Fifteen GFI 110 VAC and 12 VDC
  • LED overhead dome lights throughout with two red/white overhead lights in salon
  • LED bulkhead mounted reading lights
  • LED red/white under-cabinet lights in galley and two heads
  • Red/White aircraft-type chart lights at interior helm station and at chart table
  • Lightning ground and electrolysis bonding system with zinc anodes
  • 110VAC/12VDC distribution panels with ammeters, voltmeters, and battery test
  • Batteries: Eleven 120 Amp-hour group 31 lifelines AGMS: 7 house, 2 engine, 2 bow thruster/windlass
  • 110 VAC shore power system with 50' 50 amp cord and reverse polarity light and Charles ISO Isolation transformer for extra lightning protection
  • Whale gulper 220 and Rule 3700 electric bilge pumps with automatic switches, counter, and alarm
  • Battery charger: Mastervolt 200 amp and Mastervolt 2500 Watt inverter
  • Northern Lights 9KW generator with sound shield
  • Space in machinery room for future European shore power transformer 15"X15"X10"

 

Electronics

  • Copper band ground plate in hull for SSB antenna installation (pre-rigged for SSB including backstay isolators)
  • VHF Radio ICOM M604 with RAM mike located at helm station, nav station, and pedestal
  • Depth, knot, wind Raymarine I70 Multi at helm station and pedestal
  • Plotter/GPS: two Raymarine E125 Bluetooth with AIS send/receive and Sirius SAT weather at pedestal and helm
  • Two Raymarine A67 locations: owners cabinet port and at nav station
  • Autopilot: Simrad AP24, location: Helmstation and Pedestal also hooked to chart plotter
  • Cell phone booster antennae and Wi-Fi hot spot router
  • Backup GPS antennae

 

Interior Layout

  • All mahogany with gloss Epifanes varnish
  • Primary bulkheads 1" with solid mahogany corner posts and trim
  • Solid mahogany stavings on bulkheads
  • Solid teak and mahogany cabin soles with access hatches, matte finish
  • Gloss epifanes varnished solid mahogany joinerwork
  • Wood ceilings against all hull surfaces, satin finish with cedar lining inside wallhanging lockers
  • Custom layout: 1 master cabin, 1 VIP cabin, 1 over-under berths
  • Forward Berth: custom 6" foam layer centerline double mattress split athwartship
    • Divided chain locker access
    • 2 drawers underneath berth
    • Two lockers port and starboard, 1 hanging cedar lined locker, 1 shelved locker
    • En suite porcelain sink with mirror
    • Bomar hatch, two Hood stainless steel hinged side port lights with screens
    • Privacy door with full length mirror
    • 2 ocean reading lamps, 1 dome light, 1 sconce
    • 2 110VAC GFI and 2 12VDC outlets
    • 1 Carafamo 12VDC Fan
    • Dorade vent
    • Stereo speakers from main system, separate control
    • Separate HVAC zone

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  • Forward Head with shower
    • Corian 'Clamshell' countertop with oval sink and satin nickel faucet
    • Oval custom mirror on bulkhead
    • Hinged side port light with screen
    • Single door access
    • Plexiglass bifold door for stall shower and toilet
    • Vetus WPC 12VDC toilet with 28 gal PVC holding tank with Y valve on water inlet to select fresh or salt water to flush toilet
    • Moen shower fixtures
    • Teak shower grate
    • Satin nickel towel rack
    • 2 dome lights
    • Aqua signal LED Matupo underdeck red/white
    • 1 110 VAC outlet
    • 2 vanity compartments
    • Dorade vent
    • Dometec holding tank monitor
  • Galley forward to Port open to Windshield
    • Countertop corona Rosemary private collection, including inset knife rack and stove top cover board
    • 3" fiddles
    • Spice storage rack
    • Force 10 SS propane stove with 3 burners, oven and broiler, propane shutoff
    • Microwave
    • Frigoboat 12VDC Refrigerator, Keel cooled, with top access and door, temperature dial
    • Seafrost XP 12VDC Freezer, keel or water cooled, temperature dial, 2 ice cube trays
    • Refrigerator/Freezer boxes insulated with KevoThermal panels
    • Domelight, 2 Undercounter red/white LED lights
    • 2 110 VAC GFI outlets
    • Carafamo fan 12 VDC
    • Dorade vent
    • Two opening ports with screens
    • Stainless steel safety bar
    • 4 utensil drawers
    • Scanvik Galley Faucet with spray #70304 in satin nickel
    • Large single satin Gastronome stainless sink with cutting board inset
    • Hot/cold pressure water system with faucet, Seagull filter, Culligan water filters, and separate UV Sterilizer
    • Sliding doors to storage lockers
    • Wine bottle storage below sole
    • Large trash bin, hinged
    • Water tank manifold under sink,180 gallons
    • Separate Coffee Bar with Cuisinart Coffee maker, sliding shelves, mug holders
    • Separate Tall food storage locker

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  • Salon Pilothouse
    • Bronze tinted glass with mahogany molding and curtain tracks, three windshield wipers and washers. Exterior snap on shades
    • 2 Bomar 10"X10" overhead hatches
    • Companionway stairs hinged to forward with storage behind for sails/tools/etc
    • Port Side settee with 6" custom ergonomic cushions covered in Ultrasuede and tufted backs/knee bolsters
    • Custom ergonomic multi layer foam cushions in Ultrasuede
    • Overhead fiberglass panels with mahogany battens and removable access panels
    • Hi/lo slide in/out mahogany table with Burled Carpathian Walnut inset
    • Two swivel Ultrasuede cushioned chairs
    • Two Caframo 12VDC fans removable with quick connect wiring
    • Television on scissor arm behind mahogany cabinet
    • Fusion stereo system, CD, Sirius, Auxillary, Radio ready, leading to separate controls in forward and aft berths, outside cockpit, and salon
  • Helm Station in Salon Pilot House
    • Hydraulic Steering station with Stazo #2 Mahogany wheel
    • Dual lever engine controls
    • Yanmar C engine instrument panels on Burled Carpathian Walnut case
    • Fully instrumented helm station with gauges, switches, and electronics
    • KVH Azimuth digital compass, lighted
    • Locker under console holds 4 chart tubes and chart kits as well as fuse panels
    • Windlass switch on console and on exterior pedestal
    • Custom Mahogany Helm Seat covered in Ultrasuede
    • Storage lockers
    • 4 dome lights on dimmers, 2 red/white overhead lights, 2 courtesy lights, rope lighting, and courtesy lights
    • 110VAC/12VDC outlets port and starboard
    • Engine Room hinged access hatch with stairs into engine room
    • Two additional engine room hatches for good access to engines for major services. Engines and generator can be removed without disassembly of the vessel.
    • Separate HVAC zone

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  • Aft Facing Navigation Station
    • Electric panels and system monitoring equipment
    • Two lockers with gridded clear plexiglass windows
    • Lighted bookselves
    • 4 12VDC and 2 110VAC outlets, PC Computer jack
    • Inboard electric panels
    • Storage lockers and lighted bookshelves (outboard under side deck)
  • Passageway Aft to Port
    • Over/under single berths both with lee cloths
    • Lower berth converts to settee sofa
    • Two large drawers under settee
    • Wet locker aft with weep holes
    • Inboard work bench with hinged mahogany top and starboard work surface with small work sink underneath and drawers/storage
    • Splendide vented washer/dryer on pull-out shelf/slides for access to tanks, etc, and grey water holding tank (under sole) controls in cabinet
    • Lighted Plexiglass windowed doors over mahogany bench as wine/liquor compartments
    • 110VAC ice maker
    • Dimmable docelights, two reading lights,
    • 110 VAC and 12VDC outlets - Two ports outboard

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  • Aft Head and Shower Stall
    • Outboard mahogany vanity and glossed mahogany curved vanity countertop
    • Fluted oval sink
    • Scanvik single lever #70305 faucet in satin nickel
    • Single door access with full length mirror
    • Plexiglass hinged shower door into fiberglass tiles shower stall
    • Moen fixtures, corner shampoo rack
    • Satin nickel towel rack and towel
    • Raritan Elegance Sea/Fresh toilet with 28 gallon PVC sealand holding tank forward under nav desk
    • Opening port with screen
    • 2 domelights and red/white under-counter light
    • 110 VAC GFI outlet
    • Dometic holding tank monitors
  • Aft Owners Cabin
    • 4 dimmable dome lights, rope lighting, two reading/scissor arm lights
    • 12VDC and 110 VDC outlets port and starboard
    • Sound system controls
    • Vizio Razor Thin TV on forward bulkhead
    • Large cedar lined hanging locker, lighted
    • Two Caframo fans
    • Centerline Berth, four layer foam, custom made, with drawers underneath
    • Access under mattress for storage
    • Headboard: Mahogany border with Burled Carpathinan Walnut inset
    • Cedar lined hanging lockers, sliding door lockers
    • Eight hinged port lights with screens and one large Bomar hatch
    • Raymarine A67 chart plotter Aft Portside of bed
    • Vanity desk with lit mirror
    • Control panel for stereo system
    • HVAC zone, separate control

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Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Coast Guard Suggested safety equipment:
    • Flares
    • Life vests (6)
    • First aid kit
    • Fog horn
    • Fire extinguishers (5) - Flashlight
    • Man over board pole with lifting
  • Emergency tiller, wood seacock plugs
  • Two 4' Oak fender boards
  • Dock lines and fenders (4)
  • Spares kits for engines, generator, and electric systems
  • 2016 9.6 foot A/B 9 VS hypalon inflatable dinghy with 2014 Mercury 9.9 four stroke engine
  • Winslow 6 person offshore liferaft
  • Stamoid covers on all teak except on toe rail and eyebrows
  • Port and hatch screens

 

Additional Units Included

  • 2016 AB 9 VS Hypalon