LOA (with Swim Platform): 37' 8"
Beam: 13' 0"
Draft (Full Load): 3' 2"
Weight (Dry with Standard Engine): 18,000 lbs
Bridge Clearance (without radar and mast): 10' 6"
Fuel Capacity (Diesel): 250 gal.
Fuel Capacity (Gas): 250 gal.
Water System: 90 gal
Holding Tank: 40 gal
Hull and deck: Hand-laid structural and non-structural fiberglass and core laminates bonded with infused resin
Hull bottom: Surface beneath the water line is bead blasted to create an optimal bonding surface for the anti-fouling paint, which is sprayed onto the hull to create a smooth running bottom
Stringer system: Fiberglass stringers are used throughout the yacht
Interior bulkheads, cabinets and drawers are precision cut, hand-crafted and constructed from a selection of woods and high-pressure laminates Drawers are lined with laminate
Integral aluminum truss reinforcement in cabin top structure
Gasoline: Twin Mercruiser 62 Bravo Three, SeaCore stern drive 350 hp
Fuel tanks: Twin, 5052 aluminum tanks hold 125 gal (4732 L) of fuel each Port and starboard fuel fill deck fittings
Trim tabs: Bennett Marine stainless steel, electro-hydraulic trim tabs
Steering: Teleflex SeaStar hydraulic steering
Helm display: Digital LCD display showing tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure, coolant temperature, battery voltage, fuel tank level and rudder angle indicator
Gunwale trim: rigid vinyl with stainless steel inserts
Cleats: (2) 10” bow, (2) 10” spring line, (2) 10” stern, (2) 10” swim platform, (1) 10” anchor
Hatch: Bow, translucent, opening with screen
Deck fitting: Fuel fills (2)
Deck fitting: Fresh water fill (1)
Deck fitting: Waste, pump out (1)
Rails: Bow, 1” stainless steel top rail, 1” stanchions, welded, with stainless secondary rail
Grab rails: Stainless steel
Engine compartment power and static ventilation located in superstructure
Transom platform: Fixed
Swim Ladder: Under mount, starboard side of swim platform with recessed grab handle
Nonskid fiberglass decks
Vinyl ester barrier coat
Anti-fouling bottom paint
Bronze seacocks: All underwater through hulls; double SS hose clamps
Nylon through-hull fittings with stainless steel caps; above waterline applications
Standard white gel coat for hull and deck
Black vinyl boot stripe
Dual helm seat, helm side adjustable
Dash console, non-glare
Engine controls: Engine manufacturer electronic
Trim tab controls
Engine Instrumentation: Engine manufacturer LCD display
Compass: Ritchie, 275”, illuminated
Steering wheel: Sport
Accessory outlet, 12V (1)
Lights: 8 (LED)overhead, stainless steel trim
Entertainment center: 32" LCD TV and Blu-Ray DVD player
Color-coordinate starboard sofa with storage under cushions
Forward companion seat
Aft section of sofa backrest converts to allow additional cockpit seating
Opening window: Port and starboard
Glass sunroof with shade: Electronic control
Electrical panels: DC and AC, installed in cabinet
Salon table: Hi-lo table pedestal converts to bed
Sleeping: Queen-size, island berth with high-density foam mattress
Door: Access to stateroom, locking
Berth: Island, full-sized berth
Shelves: Hull sides
Deck hatch: Opening; white translucent with screen
Sheet and towel set
Lights: (6) LED overhead
Lights: (2) reading
Storage: Port hanging locker
Storage: Starboard hanging locker with mirror
Storage: Port and starboard overhead
(2) AC electrical outlets, ground fault protected
Hull windows with blinds
6’ 5” headroom
Enclosed Shower: Molded fiberglass floor liner, plexiglass door
Lights: (1) (LED) in shower overhead (3) (LED) in head compartment overhead
Vanity cabinet: Solid surface counter top and vessel sink, storage below
Mirror: Above vanity, wood framed
Electric head (fresh water flush)
Toilet paper holder
AC electrical outlet (1), ground fault protected
Opening, screened port light (1)
Horn, 12V single trumpet
Lighting fixtures, 12V LED (14)
Navigation lights (USCG/COL REG approved)
Battery switches on/off (1) accessory, (2) engines, (1) optional generator, (1) optional thruster
Digital charge distribution system
Batteries: (2) engine, (1) accessory, (1) optional generator, (1) optional bow thruster
Digital electronic battery chargers: (1) accessory and engine batteries, (1) optional generator and thruster batteries
Single AC 30 amp dockside electrical service with 50’ cord
Distribution panel: AC, with circuit breakers and voltmeter/ammeter
Distribution panel: 12V DC, with circuit breakers
Zinc’s: Sacrificial (1) primary (2) trim tabs (2) propeller shafts
Ground bonding system
High bilge water alarm
Water and Waste Monitor
FRESH WATER/HOLDING SYSTEM
Fresh water system: 90 gal (340 L) polyethylene tank with shore water connection and integrated pressure reduction valve
Fresh water fill fitting installed on walkway 11 gal (416 L) water heater installed in engine compartment
On-demand fresh water is delivered via a fresh water pump installed in the engine compartment
Bilge pumps: Two 1,500 gal (5678 L) per hour automatic bilge pumps are installed, each with a manual on/off switch at the helm A float switch for the high bilge water alarm is installed in the engine compartment and forward bilge
Bilge ventilation: Four ventilator blowers are installed in the engine compartment Each blower creates 240 CFM volume
CO alarms: Monitors with alarms are installed in both staterooms and the salon
Engine alarms: Engine oil pressure and water temperature alarms are installed at the helm
Fire suppression System: An FE241 Fireboy automatic fire suppression system is installed in the engine compartment
Compass: 275” flush mount, illuminated Richie Navigator compass is mounted at the helm
Seacocks: Marine grade bronze seacocks are used on all below the waterline through hull openings Nylon fittings are used on above the waterline outlets
Spotlight: ITT Jabsco remote control spotlight mounted on bow rail
Ground tackle includes Prince 1000 windlass, anchor, chain, shackle and line with snap hook
Door: Hinged cabin entry, locking, black painted, flat glass
Courtesy lights (4)
Lighting: Overhead in bridge overhang (4)
Molded Steps: Access to side decks
Cockpit Hatch (1): Engine room access, hinged, gas shock
Cockpit Floor Storage (1): Storage box
Transom Door: Transom storage locker with dockside connections and shower option accessible through cockpit seating or aft transom doors
Cockpit floor: Removable for engine or generator extraction
Cockpit seat: L-shaped lounge port single seat starboard
Switch panel for exterior lighting
Engine room lights
Armrest with stainless steel cup holder
Storage cabinet (4)
Flooring: Vinyl plank
Counter top: Solid surface
Sink: Stainless steel with designer faucet
Stove: Two burner induction cook top
Refrigerator: Nova Cool, Norcold
AC Electrical Outlets: Two, ground fault protected
Trash located below the sink
(2) in-floor storage areas
Hanging Locker: Outboard, mirrored, illuminated, full cabin height
(2) AC electrical outlets, ground fault protected
Lights: Three LED overhead
Bed: Twins convert to queen with filler cushion
Hull windows with blinds
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