|Model:||Fly Bridge Cockpit Motor Yacht|
|Light Draft / Max Draft /Light Ship Weight/:||4'10"|
|Propulsion/ Props/:||Main engines: Twin Caterpillar 3412's, 1350hp @ 2300 rpm. Hours: Port - 3089; starboard - 3087 Consumption at 14 - 17 knots cruise - 40 gph|
|Fuel Capacity, Transfer Rate, Lube Oil:||(3) Fuel Tanks: Forward - 1125; Amidships - 1080; Aft - 1150 (2) 320 gallon water tanks (port & starboard amidships) (2) Black water - 232 aft and 68.5 forward (1) 250 gray water tank in lazarette|
|Genset(s):||(2) Onan 20MDKAE generators, 20 kW each, port hours - 3855, starboard hours - 3854 (8/22/18)|
|Water / Liquid & Dry Mud Caps:||2) 320 gallon water tanks (port & starboard amidships) (2) Black water - 232 aft and 68.5 forward (1) 250 gray water tank in lazarette|
Sleeps six owners & guests in three staterooms aft, plus three crew in two staterooms forward.
Master and Guest Staterooms: The owners and guest accommodations are reached via a curved stairway at the port aft end of the main salon. All of these staterooms have beautiful white wooden louvered blinds (custom made by St. Augustine Marine) and proper, dogged ports with screens. Walls are painted off-white. Overheads are covered in cream ultra-suede. Carpeting throughout the lower accommodations is fern green. In addition, each stateroom has its own digital AC control, recessed Halogen lighting, large recessed 110v lighting, stereo speakers, and reading lamps over the berths.
Proceeding forward along the companionway from the master stateroom, there is a double door linen locker to starboard and forward of it, a closet for toiletries and domestic stores. On the opposite side of the companionway is the guest head with shower, sink with mirrored cabinet, and Raritan toilet. A second door leads from this head directly into the port twin berth guest stateroom. Directly opposite on the starboard side of the companionway is the second twin berth guest stateroom, nearly identical to the port stateroom but slightly smaller. Both guest staterooms have: large double door cedar lined closets, dressers with five drawers with well lit mirrors above, twin berths with two drawers under each berth, nightstands between the berths with lamps as well as matching, wall mounted reading lights.
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This motoryacht for sale is perfect for living aboard, cruising or the occasional charter. considered to be ideal for charter purposes with ample room for a professional crew. The systems have been upgraded many times over the years. Her fast 24 kt performance and shallow draft under 5 feet make her great for cruising almost anywhere her Owner desires. She was refitted recently with new exterior paint and has always been captain maintained, however, her simplicity of systems and servicing are manageable for an Owner/Operator.
The flybridge is reached via steps that lead from the starboard side of the wheelhouse. A 24v & 12 v electrical panel is housed in a cupboard under the console and is accessible from the stairway. The flybridge helm station (controls, gauges, etc.) is electrically operated and can be raised up when needed or lowered into the console and out of the elements. Port of the helm, there is a flat area on the console for securing and reading charts underway. There is an aluminum wheel here with two Stidd chairs. Outboard to starboard is an integral seat with storage lockers. To port is an "L" shaped seat with more storage. The entire helm area is covered with a beautifully fabricated, aluminum and canvas hardtop (new 2018) with Eisenglass enclosure. Aft of the hardtop is the mast which is hinged and can be lowered for inland waterway cruising. Further aft on the port side of the boat deck is a Steelhead Marine 1500# davit. On the centerline, stowed fore and aft, is the Novurania tender. Outboard to starboard of the helm, there is a liferaft, which is stowed where it can be deployed quickly. In addition, there is a fresh water faucet on the bridge, which allows the crew to wash the tender and engine after bringing them back onboard.
In addition to the sliding door to the main salon, there is also a screen door which, once again, allows for natural air circulation in pleasant weather. The main salon has its original honey oak paneling, as well as beautifully matched valances and wood blinds (fabricated by St. Augustine Marine) that have been added by the present owners. The salon has been exquisitely decorated with free standing furniture. Forward and to port is an upholstered two seat sofa with a rattan end table with lamp and a black lacquer coffee table. Also here are two Rattan chairs with wooden arms done in a rope motif. Outboard to starboard are two Rattan side chairs and a hand-painted semi-oval chest of drawers. In the aft starboard corner there is a hand painted "secretary" desk. Across the forward bulkhead is a built-in oak bookcase. Under the bookcase is a T.V. in a cabinet with pocket doors. Adjacent is a cabinet which houses the stereo, DirecTV control, and DVD / VHS player. The carpeting here and in the lower dining salon is of very high quality and is custom made with a pattern of squares running through it. The overhead is cream colored vinyl. There are three table lamps as well as ample D.C. and A.C. recessed lightning overhead, all of which add to the salon's aura of quiet elegance.
Forward of the dining salon through a swinging door and on the same level is the full width galley. This area was completely refurbished in 2002. The sole here is identical to that of the wheelhouse, varnished Bamboo, and is easy to maintain. To starboard is a built-in dinette with white corian tabletop and two upholstered bench seats. Over the forward bench seat there is a china cabinet with glassware. Opposite the dinette, outboard in the galley, is a large deep corian sink. In addition, the galley has all corian countertops, formica faced cabinets with oak trim, six oak drawers under the aft counter and the following list of appliances:
The dining salon retains its original honey oak cabinetry and paneling. It has a lovely varnished oak and rectangular dining table with four cushioned Rattan chairs. (Up to 6 can dine here). In the aft port corner of the dining salon is a corner cupboard. On the port side of the forward bulkhead is a recessed cupboard with shelves. In the forward starboard corner there is an "L" shaped sideboard with a display cabinet for china and glassware above. Aft and outboard is yet another recessed cupboard with shelves. Carpeting here is the same as in the main salon. Lighting consists of a fluted dome light over the dining table and six recessed Halogen lights. In addition, there is rope accent lighting behind the oak valences.
One of the highlights of KOALA is her spacious, teak covered aft deck. The entire area is air conditioned but can easily be opened up when the weather is suitable. The side windows are sliding. There are wing doors forward to port and starboard and large Dutch doors that lead from either side of the aft deck to the cockpit with windows that can be opened. Across the back end of the aft deck there is a large built-in settee which is covered in a lovely bold tropical print. In front of the settee is a magnificent custom hi-low mahogany table with four sections that fold out so that 6 to 8 people can dine in comfort. Handcrafted by a cabinetmaker, the table has beautiful sunburst design, and a small koala in the middle of a starburst pattern. Opposite the table, are two Rattan and Cane chairs. Two additional folding tables are stowed in canvas bags in racks along the port and starboard sides of the aft deck. On the forward bulkhead of the aft deck, to port of the sliding door to the main salon, there is a custom built, top loading freezer (with two doors) in a cabinet with a Corian top. To starboard of the door is a matching cabinet with wet bar sink, ice maker and storage cupboard with drawers for glasses and bar accessories. The overhead in this area is finished in cream colored ultra suede. There is an abundance of recessed D.C. and A.C. lighting in the overhead here, as well as four large stereo speakers.