Outstanding quality & price!
Palm City, FL
"Papagei II" is an extremely well-maintained example of the solidly constructed Hampton 680 pilothouse motor yacht. This model provides sleeping accommodationsfor six in 3 double staterooms with 3 heads plus 1 in aseparatestateroom forcrew aft with private head and shower. Additional popular features include Caterpillar C-18 main engines, 2 generators, bow & stern thrusters, well-equipped galley-up, pilothouse helm station, walk-in engine-room, walk around side-decks and a fireplace inside the salon of this beautifully fit and finished Makore' wood (African cherry) salon.
- NamePapagei II
- Current Price$899,950
- Hull MaterialFiberglass
- Draft5.25 ft
- Fuel Capacity1500|gallon
- Beam18.17 ft
- Location (city)Palm City
- Location (state)FL
- Location (country)US
- MLS® #7032357
- Model680 Pilothouse
- BuilderHampton Yacht Shipyard
- TitleOutstanding quality & price!
- Sub-TypeMotor Yachts, Pilothouse, Flybridge
- # of Cabins4
- # of Heads4
- Dry Weight82,000 lb
- Drive TransmissionDirect
- Boat Engine Location CodePort
- Propeller Type4 Blade, Alloy
- Drive TransmissionDirect
- Boat Engine Location CodeStarboard
- Propeller Type4 Blade, Alloy
Starting aft and working forward.
Afiberglass swim platformis molded into the hull all the way aft and stairs in both sides of the transom lead forward and up to the aft-deck from here. there is also a weather tight hatch/door in the transom that leads into the captain's quarters and to the engine-room. The teak soledaft-deckhas a built-in settee with a large oblong varnished wood table pedestal mounted and two (2) occasional chairs seat six (6) persons comfortably. The aft-deck has a stairway which leads up to the fly-bridge/boat-deck and as well, has wide and safe side-decks which lead forward to the bow. One may enter the plushly carpetedSaloonfrom the aft-deck through sliding stainless steel/tempered glass doors. The whole of the yacht's interior was masterfully crafted using makore (African cherrywood) and burled wood inlays and accents. The interior is finished in high-gloss and the effect is classy and elegant throughout.
A most comfortable "L" shaped leather settee/sofa with lots of storage lockers built in under is to port and has a hand-built coffee table of Makore' with burled wood inlays out in front. All the way forward in the salon is a fireplace (electric) with a large flat screen Sharp Aquos TV installed over. A wet-bar with wine cooler, and cabinets for glassware and bottle storage is across to the starboard side with 2 leather swiveling occasional chairs just aft. A concealed stairway all the way aft on the starboard side provides interior access to the captain's stateroom, engine-room and laundry facilities.
Forward and up three (3) steps from the saloon, the fully equipped galley is to the port side. A stairway is across to the starboard side which leads up to the fly-bridge. Forward of the galley is a large dinette which easily accommodates 6-8 for dining and there is a wide "pass-thru from the galley to this dinette. The pilothouse
and lower helm station are all the way forward, on the centerline and features an electrically controlled Pompanette power helm chair. Weather tight side doors on both port and starboard sides lead out to the side decks. A wide and gently sloping stairway leads forward and down from the pilothouse to a decorated foyer on the owner's and guest's accommodations deck.
The owner's stateroom is aft on this level and features a king-size bed, head with dual sinks and a huge stall
shower. This stateroom spans the full width of the hull's beam measurement and has great amounts of storage for clothing in three (3) cedar-lined large hanging lockers, a large chest of drawers and in large, deep drawers built in underneath the bed. Side-tables and lamps are built-in on either side of the mirrored headboard. There is also a desk/vanity with high backed chair in this stateroom. Forward of the master's stateroom and outboard of the companionway to portside is a guest's stateroom featuring over/under single bunk berths. This stateroom has a hanging locker, dual reading lamps, drawers for clothing storage, flat screen Sharp Aquos TV and a private entrance to the guest's/day head complete with stall shower. Forward of the shared guest's head is the VIP guest stateroom with double bed, reading lamps, flat-screen Sharp Aquos TV private en-suite head with shower and cedar-lined hanging lockers and plenty of drawers for clothing storage. The captain's private stateroom is aft in the vessel and separated from the owner's/guest's staterooms. Features of the captain's stateroom are a good size single berth, TV, hanging locker and drawers for clothing storage. The 110V clothing washer and 220V dryer are also in this area as is access to the walk-in engine room.
The fly-bridge maybe accessed either via a gently sloping stairway leading up from the pilothouse or from the staircase up from the aft-deck. All the way forward on this deck and offset to port slightly is the upper helm station a Lebroc helmsmans seat with bench seating for three (3) companions is directly aft of the helm. An "L" shaped dinette that accommodates six (6) for dining follow aft of the helm and has a wet bar with refrigerator/ice maker built in across to the starboard side. Following aft are two (2) wide cushioned lounges with adjustable backrests and aftermost is the Novurania RIB Tender with davit hoist.The fly-bridge on the 680 pilothouse model is a large area and perfectly well-suited to sun worshipers. A great deck and area for relaxing and for those who like to entertain outside. A hard-top with full eisenglass enclosure with U-zip curtains encloses the fly-bridge from the lounges to just forward of the helm station.
The foredeck features a cushioned sunning/lounging pad with drink holders and a cocktail table.
GE full-size side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with in-door water and ice dispenser.
GE ceramic 4-burner cooktop
GE Advantium oven
Fisher and Paykell Dishwasher
Corian sole and counter tops.
2 - Furuno 48 Mi range open array radars
4 - Furuno NavNet systems/monitor (2 at each station) Displays radars, depth and GPS chartplotter
Furuno Navpilot (auto-pilot) at each helm station
2 - VHF radios (Icom) at both helm stations
Furuno RD-30 knotmeter/depth sounder (1 at each station)
Closed circuit camera monitoring system displays engine room and aft-deck to pilothouse helm station monitors
KVH Sat TV w/ 5 receivers and KVH Sat phone
Ritchie powerdamp magnetic compass', one at each helm.
Stabilizers - Wesmar Gyro
Watermaker - Village Marine 900 GPD
Thrusters (bow and stern) Sidepower 24 VDC electric, 15 HP Ea.
Twin Disc marine gears 2.0:1.0, model # MG5135A
4-bladed Nibral propellers, 3" Aquamet 22 SS propeller shafts
Air Conditioning - Marineair chilled water (2 compressors) and 11 air handlers and reverse cycle heat
Hynautic power steering andTrim Tabs
Hydraulic engine controls
Electric oil changing system (main engines & generators)
Third station backdown/docking station on aft-deck with engine and thruster controls.
Freedom Lift - tender
Redundant fresh water pumps
Air-conditioned engine room
High quality AC and DC lighting throughout, high quality dense lead/foam sound and thermal insulation
Twin Disc marine gears 2.0:1.0, model # MG5135A
Sea Fire automatic fire extinguishing system
Dual Racor 1000FG fuel filters for each main engine
Reverso engine oil changing system
Dripless packing glands
Underwater exhaust with low RPM bypass
12V/24VDC and 120V/240VAC systems
Generator # 1 - Kohler 28KW60Hz with sound shield. Approx hours = 2,000.
Generator # 2 - Kohler 13.5 KW/60Hz with sound shield. Approx hours = 3,000.
ISO Boost isolation transformers - Charles Marine
2 - Cablemaster shore power cord reel retrieval and storage systems - Glendinning. 2 - 75', 50 Amp. cables.
Shore power connections installed forward on starboard side for when bow to docking may be preferred or required.
Xantrex 24VDC to 120VAC Inverter/charger
2 - Charles 50 Amp battery chargers
1 - 12VDC battery charger
Davit - 1000 Lb. Quick Lift (QLRL 1000-180) with hydraulic lift and power rotation
Tender - 12' Novurania, R.I.B. (PKD15372J405) - 2005, with 40 HP Yamaha 4-stroke outboard motor.
Windlass - Maxwell 3500
Kayaks (2) single person in racks on fly-bridge/boat-deck
Shore power plug-ins installed forward on starboard side for bow-in docking
Kahlenberg dual trumpet air-horns
Marquipt "Tide-Ride" 6 step boarding ladder with hand rail.
Full Strataglass enclosure with U-Zips under hardtop on fly-bridge.
90 Lb. S/S anchor with 275' of chain rode.
Deck washdown systems fore and aft.
Dockside pressure water connection.
EZ-way S/S swim ladder. H & C freshwater shower for swim platform.
Hampton Yacht Shipyards are well known and highly regarded for the "over-built" construction of the company's motor yachts. The Hampton 680 hull design produces a smooth and very solid ride and, good range with the 1,500 gallons of fuel. The high standards of craftsmanship and fit and finish are evidentthroughout this Hampton Yacht and "Papagei II" is an excellent example of this shipyard's workmanship.
The H-680 has many desirable features that make this model very attractive to the serious cruiser. First of all, the strength and quality of the hull is what a serious cruiser would want in an offshore capable cruising yacht. The speeds attained by the dependable Caterpillar C-18's are impressive and the economy of operation is also. The relative shallow draft is advantageous and the low maintenance materials used in the yacht's exterior construction also go a long way towards keeping the fun and enjoyment in boating by reducing the amount of work required in upkeep. The layout is great and most accommodating with a terrific fly-bridge, galley-up, 3 staterooms, 3 heads plus a private and separated stateroom with a private head and shower for a captain or mate.
Really a terrific yacht in great condition, offered at a realistic price and actually at a great value. A rare offering.
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.