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1999 Johnson 70

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States

$999,999

## New On The Market ##

Well loved and well maintained 70' 4-stateroom + crew quarters Johnson Motor Yacht. Significant upgrades and improvements to the wiring, plumbing, engines,interior, exterior, etc.

4- Great staterooms  plus crew quarters  for 2- crew. 

Large "California "UP" galley, pilothouse helm and bridge helm, 2- 6 person canister life rafts, Jet tender, 1500 lb hydraulic davit on bridge, new exterior soft goods, powerful Bow thruster w/ 2-dedicated batteries, 11 batteries on board, twin 20 kw generators, watermaker, etc., etc.

Yacht does at lease 6 trips a year to the Bahamas and is ready for the new owner's adventures. NEVER CHARTERED

MAN 1150 hp 12V183TE93 engines in exceptional condition.

Engine room has been professionally detailed w/ many new components and upgrades! Boat has been totally restored and upgraded in 2000-2001.

The yacht is in truly "Turnkey" condition and nearly impossible to replace! 

Basic Boat Info

Make: Johnson
Model: 70
Year: 1999
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: HHF70046J899
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 70 ft
Length Overall: 70 ft
Beam: 19 ft
Max Draft: 5'2 ft
Displacement: 90,000 lb
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Cabins Count: 5

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: MTU
  • Model: 12V183TE93
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,150hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: Bronze
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 2999
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: MTU
  • Model: 12V183TE93
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,150hp
  • Propeller Type: Bronze
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 4472
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 2,300hp
Cruising Speed: 18 kn
Maximum Speed: 26 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,450 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 350 gal

Other

Maximum Number Of Passengers: 12
Heads Count: 4
Total Liferaft Capacity: 12
Drive Type: Direct
Trim Tabs: Yes
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Motor Yachts
More Info : Video Walk Through

Contact

Glen Daniels
Full time active Yacht Broker. 561-308-6294. Out-of-State buyers can now buy and use their boat in beautiful Florida for 180 days with No Florida Sales Tax!
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Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Updates - owner provided notes

"Short list" of updates:

1. 2018: Removed aluminum radar arch extension

2. Relocated 2 VHF radio antennas to fiberglass radar arch

3. Replace Simrad radar array with RayMarine radar array, mount new offset arch mast and LED navigation lights

4. Replaced remote control search lights mounted on radar arch and forward hardtop and replace with new wireless remote searchlights

5. Replaced radar arch mounted spreader lights with new LED spreader lights.

6. Replaced access panels on radar arch

7. Replaced aft deck overhead lighting with new LED

8. Replaced exterior low level lighting

9. Replaced black acrylic sunscreen at flybridge Console

10. Replaced flybridge VHF radio

11. Replaced 6-Flybridge bilge pump lighted indicators

12. Replaced Simrad flybridge Radar display with RayMarine E–120 multifunction screen

13. Replaced flybridge Console push buttons

14. Replaced flybridge main engine oil pressure and temperature gauges

15. Replaced flybridge U-line refrigerator

16. Replaced triple trumpet airhorn

17. Replaced air horn air compressor

18. Replaced 8 person AVON liferaft  with 2- 6 man Viking offshore life rafts in canisters and cradles manufactured 2014, last inspected 2016.

19. Overhauled and refinished 1500 pound davit, replace cable and remote control.

20. Replaced two mounted life rings, one on flybridge, one on aft deck

21. Removed outriggers

22. Completed miscellaneous fiberglass/gelcoat repairs on boat deck, radar arch, aft and fore decks

23. Remove large molded TV enclosure on aft deck

24. Refinish aft deck table top

25. Installed new teak compass rose accent

26. Repaired swim platform handheld shower, replace shower head

27. Recondition tide-ride steps

28. Replace 55 pound CQR anchor with new 125 pound Mantus Spade anchor

29. Arrange top deck to accommodate two Yamaha WaveRunners or tender

30. Rebuild and repair 2004 12’ Aquascan F-11 jet tender

31. Completely rebuild both main engine cooling systems including plate exchangers, tanks, raw water pumps, coolant pumps and thoroughly inspect, clean and service remaining components

32. Professionally clean and paint main engines

33. Replace starboard main engine inboard bank of six heads (suspect overheated)

34. Inspect, rebuild or replace all 24 main engine fuel injectors

35. Rebuild power steering pump and replace power steering heat exchanger and hoses

36. Rebuild steering hydraulic rams at rudders

37. Refasten large stainless steel steering mounting plate in aft compartment 

38. Inspect, service and/or replace six bilge pumps, hoses, float switches and high-level float switches

39. Inspect, service and/or replace three sump pumps, hoses and float switches

40. Rebuild freshwater system including replacement of all primary hoses, install new 240v 11.5 GPM pump and two new 12v 3.5 GPM pumps, filters, charcoal filter and pressure switches.

41. Overhaul water maker system, replace all hoses, membranes and filters

42. Service AC units, replace main deck air handler blower and motor, repair 3 main deck air handler condensate pans

43. Inspect, service, repair/replace fuel delivery system including fuel lines and hoses, tanks, site tubes, valves, etc.

44. Replace all three fuel tank fill and vent hoses

45. Replace engine room lighting with new LED

46. Clean and inspect fuel tanks

47. Service both 20 KW northern lights generator sets including injector rebuilds, fuel pump rebuilds, new raw water and coolant pumps, belts, exhaust hoses and fittings, heat exchangers, port generator isolation mounts, filters, lubricants, etc.

48. Replace pushbutton switches at main helm station as required

49. Replace bow thruster switch at docking station

50. Service controls at main engine electronics panel

51. Replace 3 pantograph windshield wipers, blades and spline shafts

52. Replace water tank level sensor sending unit

53. Replace starboard fuel tank level sensor sending unit

54. Service, repair 4 vacuflush heads

55. Serviced and repair black water tank, replace macerator pump

56. Serviced/repair crew quarter water supplies, replace electric head

57. Service/Replace all 5 head “Y” valves, hose

58. Restored crew head and cabin to like new condition

59. Refinished bright work/varnish teak frame at VIP cabin overhead hatch

60. Replace broken or corroded cabinetry hinges, catches, magnetic door hold-open, repair interior door lock sets as required

61. Service all lighting, interior and exterior, partial RE lamp with LED lamps

62. Deep clean all headliners

63. Detail and Deep clean all bilges

64. Deep cleaned engine room

65. Replaced engine room 120v blower flex duct

66. Deep cleaned interior

67. Compound, wet sand as needed, buff and wax entire exterior and hull

68. Serviced and repaired bow thruster and controls

69. Serviced all zincs

70. Replaced 7 thru hull fittings and sea cocks, service and powder coat all sea strainers

71. Replace sea strainer baskets

72. Added new custom engine room floor plates

73. Inspected and serviced rudder struts through hull

74. Reconditioned both propellers

75. Inspected, repaired and spec out shafts

76. Inspected, serviced and repaired bonding system

77. Serviced batteries; replaced 4 house batteries and generator battery

78. Serviced windlass and replaced foot switches on foredeck

79. Modified starboard cabin hanging locker, deleted TV compartments re-line locker, add hanging rod

80. Repair Port and starboard salon soffits, replaced flybridge drain hoses, modified into fishing rod locker

81. Added new convection microwave oven to galley

82. Refinished galley sink; striped and polished stainless steel

83. Added galleyware including: blender, toaster oven, coffee maker, bread maker, mixing and bakeware, cookware, pots and pans, cutlery, table service for 12, glassware, linens, placemats, etc

84. Added portable propane grill, exterior

85. All new bed linens, blankets, memory foam toppers and bed covers

86. New bath towels, beach towels

87. Added 7cf chest freezer and 160 qt Yeti cooler to cockpit

88. Added new transom boat name artwork

89. 2019: Replaced both air conditioning raw water pumps

90. Installed engine room wire storage racks

91. Assemble, organize and store on board spares including lubricants, filters, belts, clamps, bilge pumps, fasteners, adhesives, electrical kit, o-ring, seal and gasket kit, miscellaneous repair parts and tools

92. Installed Dyson vacuum cleaner and charging station

93. 2020 - Added new aft deck refrigerator with ice maker

94. 2020 - Added new Stamoid fly bridge and aft deck covers and Eisenglass flybridge enclosure

95. 2020 - Main engine transmission oil coolers inspected, cleaned, serviced, tested; new oil pressure sending units

96. 2021 - Added new Bosch washer and dryer97. 2021 - complete new main engine exhaust risers, couplings, hoses and lagging

98. 2021 - New main engine stainless steel raw water manifolds and hoses

99. 2021 - New hoses, clamps and fittings - both generator exhausts, flybridge drain

100. 2021 - New main fuel tank sight tubes

101. 2021 - New upgraded air compressor 120v, 1.5 hp, 8 gal

102. 2021 - New 12v engine room blowers

103. 2021 - New upgraded 120v 10” 1300 cfm engine room blowers

104. 2021 - New Morse controller in engine room

105. 2021 - New Morse control heads at flybridge and docking station

106. 2021 - Rehab and refinish hull guard and rub rail

107. 2021 - New Maxwell windlass with capstan

108. 2021 - Rebuild, detail and polish anchor pulpit/roller

109. 2021 - Replace Air Conditioning air handler blowers and motors in Salon and dinette

110. 2021 - Detail and paint engine room/bilges, fiberglass overheads and wood Louvers and trim

111 2021 - All new engine room 12v and 120v LED lighting

112. 2021 - Partial new engine room liner panels

113. 2021 - Misc engine room accessory detailed and painted

114. 2021 - Serviced/rebuilt all 8 Racors with new rebuild kits and service Racor selector valves

115. 2021 - Main engine serviced including oil, oil filters, air filters, fuel filters

116. 2021 - Bottom paint including gear, new zincs, prop speed

117. 2021 - Service trim tabs, rebuild or replace cylinders and pump

118. 2021 - New isolation transformers added

119. 2021 - Reset port windows aft cabin (4)

120. 2021 - Reconditioned props and shafts. New Prop Speed applied.

121. 2021 - New dripless shaft seals and cutlass bearings

122. 2021 - Serviced rudder posts, replaced seals

123. 2021 - Refinished decks and swim platform, applied new gel coat and non-slip finishes

124. 2021 - New deck hatches

125. 2021 - Serviced under water lights, replaced transformer

126. 2021 - New hydraulic unit for 1500 pound quick lift davit

127. 2021 - Buffed, polished and waxed (polymer) exterior topsides and hull.

128. 2022 - Added new Flat Screen 58” Salon TV

129. 2022 - Applied fresh exterior house black Awlgrip accent paint

130. 2022 - New fly bridge wind screen

131. 2022 - Buffed, polished and waxed (polymer) exterior topsides

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description

The Johnson 70's exterior also has a subtle gracefulness. Her port and starboard profiles scream European. A relatively low freeboard, less than 6 feet from the waterline to the rub rail amidships, promotes her subtlety of size.

Big-boat features stand out when viewing the boat from the stern. Generous port and starboard stairs from the partially covered afterdeck to the swim platform would fit well on a 100-footer.

The platform is nearly 5 feet long and stretches the entire beam of the stern. Standard port- and starboard-side Glendinning Cable Masters are mounted into the respective bottom steps.

The stair to the bridge is one of the easiest to negotiated on a boat of this size!.

Great side decks - You can walk 360 degrees around the exterior of the boat without having to step up or down.

The master stateroom has a berth w/ a oversized California king that did not even come close to crowding the room, the head had a tub and shower, and two large stern hatches provided natural lighting along with port and starboard stainless portholes.

The saloon has a subtle gracefulness, with warm, rich cherry tones that created the feeling of a sunken den. An eclectic combination of traditional and moderate contemporary furnishings made the space interesting and friendly.

The master stateroom is abaft the engine room, instead of grouped with the other staterooms. The location offers privacy and a full-beam layout.

The forward portion of the afterdeck is covered, and there is a deep-seated horseshoe seating area aft, in the sun. The covered area is large enough for six to sit and eat with room to spare.

Entrances to the side decks are flush and wide, creating an ease of maneuvering likely to appeal to the owner-operators.

The stair to the bridge is one of the easiest I've ever negotiated.

You can walk 360 degrees around the exterior of the boat without having to step up or down.

The galley is forward and up two steps to starboard, between the saloon and lower helm station. An optional starboard-side door is available. The galley has standard granite countertops, a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, a dishwasher, a trash compactor, an electric cooktop, an exhaust fan and Lazy Susan stowage. Positive latches on the cabinet doors are an interesting, old-fashioned touch that works.

The lower helm is user friendly, with DC breakers/switches for all nav systems near the seated captain's right elbow.

Joinery in the Johnson 70's saloon is a good example of the craftsmanship coming out of Taiwan yards today. The galley, lower helm and dinette are forward.

A U-shape dinette is to port. Between it and the helm is a straight stair that leads to a landing and three forward cabins. The VIP has a queen-size berth and a private head with stall shower. Starboard side aft and down two steps from the landing is another cabin with private head with a single berth, a washer, a dryer and an executive workstation.

The engine room is accessed via a winding stair in the saloon's portside after corner. Headroom is a touch better than 6 feet and overall the engine room was neatly laid out with accessible routine maintenance items.

A forward crew quarters is fully set up for 2 crew menbers, and  is beneath the bow deck and under a sunpad.  Includes full AC,  2- berths, shower,  head, and a sink

The Johnson 70's outdoor features are exceptional. The covered afterdeck has a U-shape settee and dining area. There is additional seating abaft the flying bridge helm, as well as space to stow a tender and water toys.

The yacht has a cruising speed of 23 to 24 knots at 2100 rpm.

In tight turns, the 70 stays on a good edge without falling off significantly. The boat was quiet at all rpm ranges, in the cabin and on the bridge.

Engines and Engine Room

Port Engine - hrs - 2999

Starboard  engine hrs- 4472 (More likely 3000 hrs- ignition key was left in "on" position!)

Port generator hrs - 9504

Starboard generator hrs - 8794

Serviced both 20 KW Northern Lights Generator,  including injector rebuilds, fuel pump rebuilds, new raw water and coolant pumps, belts, exhaust hoses and fittings, heat exchangers, port generator isolation mounts, filters, lubricants, etc.

( During the most recent trip to the Bahamas, owner switched on one generator when he left his dock, switched generators 6 days into the trip, and turned off the 2nd generator when  he pulled up to his dock in Pompano!.)

Replace pushbutton switches at main helm station as required

New engine exhaust manifold insulation blankets

New engine raw water stainless manifolds

New motor mounts

Rebuilt fiberglass exhaust manifolds

All new stainless hose clamps

All fuel ( Racor fuel filters (8) rebuild kits as required) and oil filters have been  rebuilt and owner is in the process of refinishing the exteriors of the filters

Engine room professionally detailed.

New wiring and plumbing as needed.

Completely rebuilt both main engine cooling systems including plate exchangers, tanks, raw water pumps, coolant pumps and thoroughly inspected, cleaned and serviced remaining components

Professionally clean and paint main engines

Replace starboard main engine inboard bank of six heads 

Inspected and  rebuilt or replaced all 24 main engine fuel injectors

Rebuilt power steering pump and replace power steering heat exchanger and hoses

Rebuilt steering hydraulic rams at rudders

Refastened and rebuilt  stainless steel steering mounting plate in aft compartment 

Inspected, serviced and/or replace six bilge pump’s, hoses, float switches and high-level float switches

Replaced engine room lighting with new LEDInspect, service and/or replace three sump pump‘s, hoses and float switches 

Rebuilt freshwater system including replacement of all primary hoses, installed new 240v 11.5 GPM pump and two new 12v 3.5 GPM pumps, filters, charcoal filter and pressure switches.

Inspected and replace all three fuel tank fill and vent hoses

Inspected, serviced, repaired

Clean and inspect fuel tanks/replaced fuel delivery system including fuel lines and hoses, tanks, site tubes, valves, etc.

Replaced water tank level sensor sending unit 

Replaced engine room 120v blower flex duct

Replaced sea strainer baskets

New custom engine room floor plates

New 2-120v engine room blowers

New engine room and deck service wash down hoses and nozzles, desk brushes, cleaning equipment

2020 - Main engine transmission oil coolers inspected, cleaned, serviced, tested; new oil pressure sending units2021 - complete new main engine exhaust risers, couplings, hoses and laggings

2021 - New main engine (s) stainless steel raw water manifolds and hoses

2021 - New hoses, clamps and fittings - both generator exhausts

2021 - New main fuel tank sight tubes

2021 - New upgraded air compressor 120v, 1.5 hp, 8 gal

2021 - New upgraded 120v 10” 1300 cfm engine room blowers

2021 - New Morse controller

2021 - New Morse control heads at flybridge and docking station

2021 - All new engine room 12v and 120v LED lighting

2021 - main engine service including oil, oil filters, air filters, fuel filters

2021 - Service trim tabs, rebuild or replace cylinders and pump

 

Bottom

Complete bottom sand and bottom paint 4/2018

New cutlass bearings 

New ripples shaft seals 

Reconditioned shafts

Reconditioned propellers

Reconditioned Under Water lights

New rudder post seals

All new zincs

Inspected and serviced rudder struts thru hull fittings

Replaced 7-thru hull fittings and sea cocks, serviced and powder coated all sea strainers 

Replaced sea strainer baskets

Inspected, repaired and spec-out propeller shafts

Electrical

2-20kw Northern Lights generators

30GPH watermaker

11 batteries

Bow Thruster 

Anchor windless w/ 2- 8D batteries and dedicated battery charter

2- Additional battery chargers

U/W lights

CruiseAir AC systems

Battery chargers - 3

New bilge pumps

New exterior LED lights

New bridge U-Line refrigerator

New triple trumpet airhorn

New airhorn air compressor

Overhauled 1500 lb davit

New davit remote control and cable

Rebuilt freshwater system including replacement of all primary hoses, installed new 240v 11.5 GPM pump and two new 12v 3.5 GPM pumps, filters, charcoal filter and pressure switches.

Overhaul water maker system, replace all hoses, membranes and filters

Service AC units, replace main deck air handler blower and motor, repair 3 main deck air handler condensate pans

Replaced engine room lighting with new LED 

Replaced pushbutton switches at main helm station as required

Replaced bow thruster switch at docking station

Service controls at main engine electronics panel

Service all lighting, interior and exterior, partial RE lamp with LED lamps

Replace engine room 120v blower flex duct

Service and repair bow thruster and controls

Inspected, serviced and repaired bonding system

Service windlass and replace foot switches on foredeck

Added cockpit  7cf chest freezer and 160 qt Yeti cooler

2-Inverters

2019: Replace both air conditioning raw water pumps

Replace both 120v engine room blowers

2021-New Bosch washer and dryer

2021 - New Maxwell windlass with capstan

2021 - Replace Air Conditioning air handler blowers and motors in Salon and dinette

2021 - All new engine room 12v and 120v LED lighting

2021 - new isolation transformers added

2021 - Service trim tabs, rebuild or replace cylinders and pump

2021 - service under water lights, replace transformer

Electronics

2022 - New 58" Flat Screen No Frame  TV in salon

Raymarine  Autopilot

Rudder center indicator

Raymarine C-120

Bridge Raymarine E-120 Multifnction display

New bridge helm VHF radio

AV system

Trim tab controller

Anchor controller

Bow Thruster controller

Cockpit engine and Thruster controls

Cockpit Emergency back up engine controls (cable)

New LED spreader lights

New wireless remote search light

New bridge helm engine temp and oil pressure gauged

Replace water tank level sensor sending unitService controls at main engine electronics panel 

2021 - radar array serviced to factory specs

Interior

New salon engine room access hatches

California forward open galley

Large galley dining table across from galley

Port and starboard opening stainless windows at galley and table

58" Flat Screen TV in salon

Private stairs to Master Stateroom and engine room

Stairs forward for access to VIP and Guest staterooms

Day head at bottom of stairs

Pantry - massive pantry dry-storage under  port and starboard salon coaches

Replaced broken or corroded cabinetry hinges, catches, magnetic door hold-open, repair interior door lock sets as required

Refinished bright work/varnish teak frame at VIP cabin overhead hatch

Deep cleaned all headliners

Deep cleaned interior entire interior

New Bosch washer and dryer

All new bed linens, blankets, memory foam toppers and bed covers

2021 - Replace Air Conditioning air handler blowers and motors in Salon and dinette

Hull and Deck

New swim step ladder

New swim step hand held shower head

Rebuilt 2- swim step hatches

new 125 lb MANTUS Spade Anchor

Rebuilt and strengthened anchor pulpit and stainless anchor track

Rebuilt 2004 12' Aquascan F-11 jet Tender

Replace 3 pantograph windshield wipers, blades and spline shafts

Striped all teak decks, patch, repair, sand finished

Compound wet sand as needed, buffed and waxed entire exterior and hull

Service windlass and replace foot switches on foredeck

Add cockpit 7cf chest freezer and 160 qt Yeti Chest Cooler

2020 - New aft deck refrigerator with ice maker

2020 - New Stamoid fly bridge and aft deck covers and Eisenglass flybridge enclosure

2021 - New Maxwell windlass with capstan

2021 - Serviced/rehabbed anchor pulpit/roller

2021 - Rehabbed and refinish hull guard and rub rail

2021 - Reconditioned props and shafts. New Prop Speed

2021 - Refinished decks and swim platform, new gel coat and non-slip finishes

2021 - Serviced under water lights, replace transformer

2021 - Buff, polish and wax (polymer) exterior topsides and hull

2022 - Fresh exterior house black Awlgrip accent paint

2022 - New fly bridge wind screen

2022 - Buff, polish and wax (polymer) exterior topsides

MISCELLANEOUS

Serviced, repaired 4 vacuflush heads

Serviced and repaired black water tank

Serviced/repaired crew quarter water supplies, replace electric head

Serviced/Replaced all 5 head “Y” valves, hoses

Restored Crew Head and Cabin 

Detailed and Deep cleaned all bilges

On board spares include:  lubricants, filters, belts, clamps, bilge pumps, fasteners, adhesives, electrical kit, o-ring, seal and gasket kit, miscellaneous repair parts and tools

2021 - New hydraulic unit for 1500 pound quick lift davit

Galley

New convection microwave oven

Corian counters

tove

Compactor

Dish washer

Opening window

Coffee machine

Refinished galley sink; striped and polished stainless steel

Galley includes:  blender, toaster oven, coffee maker, bread maker, mixing and bakeware, cookware, pots and pans, cutlery, table service for 12, glassware, linens, placemats, etc

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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Youtube video walk through: https://youtu.be/EwrHDeQVMJ0


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