Set up with 4 helm positions; lower salon, flying bridge, cockpit, and an amazing bow cockpit! This is a modern, very well thought out update to the Tom Fexas design on the 1980's and reflects new technology, materials, and equipment. See at our Seattle Sales Docks now! She is ready for cruising immediately.
Please contact Dan Wood for more information
(C) 206-719-1800 (W) 206-625-1580
The golden teak wood used throughout the interior gives you a warmth and richness that you'll always enjoy on the water. The three staterooms will hold your guests and family in comfort with air conditioning or heat from the three CRUISE AIR units. Natural light and fresh air can cross ventilate from the five opening deck hatches and six opening port lights. Both heads have good sized shower stalls and Vacuflush toilets.
This salon has a steering station for those who prefer to get out of the elements or stay warmer below. Full navigation displays, engine gauges, VHF radio, windshield wiper controls, autopilot, thruster controls,can be found on the starboard side. The main electrical panel is located aft of this steering station.
The rest of the salon features an L-shaped sofa and table along with two barrel chairs. A compete audio/visual component rack is housed in a cabinet on the port side and the 43" Panasonic TV pops-up in the starboard side cabinetry. Plenty of natural light from the tinted glass windows.
Under the forward part of the salon is a compartment we call the pump room. It contains the clothes washer & dryer, 30 gal hot water heater, fresh water pumps, and nav electronics boxes. Access to this compartment comes via the hinged stair case lifting-up. An air assisted ram lifts the staircase.
This galley down arrangement is equipped with a Sub Zero refrigerator and two freezer drawers. The GE electric cook top,Microwave oven, and Fisher Paykel dishwasher complement the other appliances. A twin stainless steel sink with GROHE faucet in under-set in the Midnight granite counter top. Storage is no problem with and abundance of cabinets and drawers.
This teakwood deck cockpit is the center point for all activities during the good weather. With a bench seat along the aft section and a couple folding chairs, you have all the comforts available. Stereo speakers in the overhead and a gate to the swimstep and dingy elevator. It's where it all happens. Two large and one small deck hatch gets you into the engine room with good access. One of the four engine control stations is next to the salon door. From here you can back into the slip like a pro.
The flying bridge gives you a whole new prospective with the wind in your face. Seating is most comfortable in the twin STIDD helm chairs and the six foot bench seat under the radar arch. Duplicate controls and monitors are located at this helm. A small refrigerator is recessed into the helm cabinetry with lots of storage under the dash board. The radar antenna is high enough so you don't have to worry about radio waves changing the color of your hair.
Hydraulic Boat Lift. Makes it so easy to launch the dingy or a platform for divers
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.