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1988 REGENCY 'Sun-Deck' Motor Yacht file# pa5743
Located in NEW BRUNSWICK
|BUILDER: Regency Yachts - DESIGNER: Regency Yachts
CONSTRUCTION: White fiberglass hull, decks and deckhouses; blue boottop and bottom paint; hull, deck and deckhouses professionally painted with Awlgrip about 2000; twin Stainless steel rudders; extra-heavy 2" stainless steel shafts; extra-heavy stainless steel railings all around the boat; bow pulpit; anchor handling platform with roller; 2017 Quick electric anchor windless; 3 hatches; 4 stainless steel ports; sliding windows in the main and aft cabins.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6'6" headroom in the main cabin.
The forward stateroom has two single berths (one over the other), a seat and hanging locker. There is a head aft to port with a manual Jabsco marine toilet, pull-out sink, vanity, linen storage and shower. The galley is to starboard and features a Norcold 12/110 volt household type refrigerator with freezer; 4 burner 'Magic Chef' LPG stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks and lots of counter and locker space. There is a dinette, which drops to make a double berth opposite the galley to port. The main cabin is 3 steps up and is over the engine room. The lower helm station is forward to port and it has a director's type folding helm seat; there are twin swivel chairs and a love seat. There are 5 steps up to the Sun-Deck and three down to the aft stateroom. The latter has a centerline double berth, quarter seats, a bureau with clothing drawers and a hanging locker. There is a private head with a Jabsco marine toilet, sink, vanity and separate shower stall.
The interior is finished to a high standard with teak veneer bulkheads, teak and holly sole; fiberglass headliner and solid teak trim.
The yacht has hot and cold pressure water. There is a stainless steel hot water heater. Hot water is generated off of the engines or via 110 volt power. The water capacity is approximately 120 gallons. The yacht has an Espar diesel furnace (it may require servicing). The heads are connected to a holding tank which can be evacuated either at a dock-side pump-out station or overboard, at sea, through a mascerator pump.
ENGINES: Twin 1988 fresh water cooled (heat exchangers) Cummins 210 HP turbocharged marine diesel engines; hour meters showing about 2,250 hrs. at the time of listing (5/18); Approximately 225 gallon fuel capacity in three centerline tanks; sea-water intake filters; Racor fuel filter/water-separators.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC & 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by alternators on the engines through selector switches to three lead/acid engine starting batteries and 4 lead/acid house system batteries; thence to a circuit breaker panel and on to lights and accessories. The 110 volt system is supplied by either shore-power connection or via the 6.5 KW Mase (sea-water cooled) auxiliary generator. The yacht has a full complement of interior, courtesy and navigation lights
ELECTRONICS: Virgil Radar; Autohelm #6000 autopilot; 2 VHF radio telephones; 2 compasses; Raymarine depth sounder and speedometer; Kenwood stereo.
GENERAL: Danforth anchor with long chain leader and long nylon rode; electric anchor windless (2017); two windshield wipers; 3 electric bilge pumps; 1 manual bilge pump; dock lines & fenders; Yard TRAILER (not licensed, not inspected, suitable for short distances only); remote control search-light; horn; 4 deck chairs; life jackets; barbeque; dishes & cutlery.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
Broker's Comment: This is fresh-water boat that was custom ordered by her current owner: Twin Cummins 210 Turbo diesels with 2,300 hours; Mase 6.5 KW Generator; 2" shafts; extra-heavy railings; 2 steering stations; 2 heads; 2 staterooms; center-line double berth aft; galley & dinette - down; LPG stove w/ oven; electric anchor windless (2016); yard trailer; Awlgripped hull, deck & deck-house. This boat would fill the niche of a Sabreline 36 at a fraction of the cost: $69,900. CDN
Head south this fall!
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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