Location Fort Lauderdale, FL
Contact Randall Burg 954 870 3667
Builder: Palmer Johnson
Designer: John G. Alden
Flag of Registry: Marshall Islands
LOA: 110 ft 0 in
Beam: 23 ft 5 in
LWL: 89 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 8 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 18 ft 5 in
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3406
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3288
Engine Power: 440 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (1200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (3020 Gallons)
Type Cruising Sloop
Builder Palmer Johnson
LOA 110’00” 33.53m
LWL 98’00” 27.10m
Beam Overall 23’05” 7.14m
Draft (Keel raised) 8’05” 2.57m
Draft (Keel down) 18’05” 5.61m
/Guest Areas 80″ 2.30m
Headroom Pilothouse 74″ 1.88m
Hull Material Aluminum
Flag Marshall Islands
Designer John G. Alden Main
Engine Caterpillar 3406 diesel 440hp
Max Speed 12 knots
Cruising Speed 10 knots
Gross Tonnage 114 tons
Guest Accommodations Sleeps 8 guests in 4 staterooms
Crew Accommodation Sleeps 6 crew in 3 cabins
Wind speed and direction
Fresh water maker
Shore power inlet
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
There are three full sized guest staterooms with queen and king beds, with a full beam master stateroom with king berth and two guest staterooms with queens, all with en-suites. The library converts to a fourth guest stateroom with upper and lower full berths when desired. In addition to the en-suite baths, there is a day head aft of the salon. The crew’s quarters has 3 three cabins and two heads, crew mess, galley and laundry.
The sunken deckhouse provides tremendous natural light into the salon, while the fully enclosed and air conditioned pilothouse ensures safe, comfortable cruising in all conditions. Immediately aft of the pilothouse is the “cockpit”, a deck lounge and dining area with a custom top to provide shade and protection from the elements.
Built-in seating and multiple tables may be raised and lowered, or expanded for accommodating large groups, or for more intimate settings. Side gates in the protective cockpit bulwarks offer access to the side decks and a massive sun pad lounge aft, complete with padded railings is favored by those looking to soak up the sun or stargaze.
The aft deck area is huge, thanks in part to the transom extension, and the ideal area to enjoy the day’s sail in any of the teak chaise lounges. The deck spaces are wide and uncluttered, permitting comfortable passage and movement on deck.
The enclosed pilothouse has excellent 360 degree visibility with unobstructed views. The helm console is forward and centerline, offering sail trim and captive winch controls, as well as all the necessary navigation and communication electronics for global cruising in safety and comfort. A large bench seat behind the helm contains chart and drawer stowage, while a complete navigation center is to starboard of the door in the aft bulkhead leading to the cockpit. Watertight doors lead to port and starboard side decks while stairs to starboard of the helm console lead to the salon below.
The salon is bathed in light from large windows in the cabin trunk, and provides superb views of the surroundings. Offering contemporary furnishings and décor, accentuated by her spectacular white oak millwork, a sofa along the starboard salon side is separated from a matching loveseat by two coffee tables, while a bar, complete with refrigerator, storage, sink, icemaker and swivel bistro chairs looks forward over the foredeck. Aft of the sofa is an office area with computer work station. To port, a large J-shaped sofa sits on a raised platform, providing wonderful views afforded by the cabin trunk windows. Coffee tables may be raised and expanded to create a formal dining area when preferred, and forward to port, built-in coolers maintain your wines at the ideal temperature while a large format TV raises or lowers from the cabinetry.
A set of stairs on the centerline leads aft to the guest accommodations.
The Owner’s stateroom is aft and takes advantage of the entire beam, with king island berth, nightstands, wardrobes, and a sofa to starboard, while a built-in chest of drawers is to port, with stone countertop. Port lights in the hull side and cabin trunk provide great natural lighting and ventilation. An en-suite bath is expansive and offers a generous stone topped vanity with storage and double sinks, toilet, and jetted spa/tub.
A favorite area aboard is the library forward and to port of the master stateroom. It has fiddled bookshelves, a TV, and an oversized sofa that converts to upper and lower berths when needed for extra yet comfortable accommodations.
Forward of the salon and down several steps is the galley and crew area. The galley is to port, U-shaped with plenty of storage, stone countertops, and all the appliances needed to prepare culinary delights. Across to starboard is the captain’s cabin with double berth, storage and wardrobe, as well as en-suite bath with shower. Moving forward along the companionway is a laundry with stacked washer and dryer.
Further forward to starboard is a crew cabin with full size berth, storage and wardrobe. Across to port to the crew mess/lounge dinette, while the second crew bath is forward, with head to port and shower to starboard. Forward is a crew cabin with upper and lower bunks port and starboard, offering accommodations for up to four in this cabin.
The engine room is accessed from the crew area and is bright and clean, well laid out, with good access to most all machinery and systems.
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