2013/2021 94' Sea Force IX

  • Price$11,400,000
  • Length94'
  • MakeSea Force IX
  • Built2013

Fort Lauderdale, FL

"Bonny Read" is the largest of the performance sport line available by custom builder Sea Force IX. From bow to stern her long slopping sheer carries nearly to the cockpit where it drops to the precise height for optimum fishing advantage. Each Sea Force IX is designed and built to each client's specs and "Bonny Read" is no exception. The interior is designed with a European layout with the galley separate from the dining and salon areas. All of the interior paneling throughout the vessel is crafted from quarter-sawn teak derived from a single tree and the grain pattern is meticulously matched throughout. All of the yacht's hard surface counters are constructed of lightweight marble and granite by factory-skilled artisans. A quick walkthrough begins aft of the salon on the mezzanine with a shaded forward-facing new Sunbrella upholstered bench seating area with a teak table and storable teak chairs. To starboard is a corner seat to monitor the action in the cockpit and to starboard, a custom stainless steel spiral staircase leads to the enclosed bridge aft deck. The salon is entered through automated electric double French doors, to port an oversize newly upholstered U-shaped sofa faces a book-matched teak cabinet housing the new OLED Flatscreen TV. To starboard is an internal artisan sculpted curved staircase that leads to the enclosed bridge and the day head access. The dining area is formed around a custom-crafted teak table and chair set that seats eight comfortably and is surrounded by teak cabinetry housing the yachts stem and flatware, silverware, and linens. A new Miele wine cooler and clear ice maker are also hidden behind the cabinetry areas as well. The newly appointed galley and crew quarter areas are accessed via the starboard companionway that continues forward to the master and three guest staterooms. The most notable feature of "Bonny Read" is the hull construction and her pedigree of being a performance-built sport yacht. No description is just to explain the seamless and effortless ability "Bonny Read" makes when her performance is put to the test. Her hull geometry generates lift on nearly 90 percent of the running surface at low angles of attack and an economical cruise speed of 26 knots gives a range of 800 miles. Her entire mechanical space has been completely redesigned and recently refit to make her arguably the most practical and functional yacht built to date.      After 8 years of traveling and fishing around the world, it was decided to bring "Bonny Read" to modern-day technology and standards. Every aspect was considered during her refit and overseen by Rubicon Maritime consulting. A 6 month yard period resulted in a complete update of the Northern Lights gensets, Atlas system, and frequency converters, a complete new HVAC system, a complete electrical rewire an upgrade to the electrical distribution network, and two Sea Keeper 18's. Other upgrades such as a newly designed exhaust system, newly designed fuel tanks, and fuel manifold system were also integrated. On the interior every soft good and was replaced including all of the carpeted soles throughout. The ship's communication and satellite systems were upgraded to the most advanced and practical systems available. A full Simrad electronics package was installed and every option was integrated into that package to include two radars, AIS, Chirp technology sounder, and autopilot. A fully redesigned helm on the Skybridge was manufactured and a Palm Beach teak helm pod was built to better utilize her space and functionality to the skybridge. A custom Pipe Welders Hardtop was built and installed and all new custom polished stainless steel pipework was replaced. The most distinguishable change to "Bonny Read" was her new dark gray hull paint job and white topside paint. All of her teak decks and steps were also replaced as well as revarnishing of her teak cap rails.     

Specifications

  • NameBonny Read
  • Current Price$11,400,000
  • Year2013
  • Length94'
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Draft5.67 ft
  • Fuel Capacity4130|gallon
  • Beam22.92 ft
  • Location (city)Fort Lauderdale
  • Location (state)FL
  • Location (country)US

Essential Information

  • MLS® #8170198
  • ModelSportfish
  • Builder
  • Title2013/2021 94' Sea Force IX
  • TypePower
  • Sub-TypeSports Fishing Boats
  • StatusActive

Hull

  • # of Cabins5
  • # of Heads6

Engine 1

  • TypePower
  • Fueldiesel
  • MakeMTU
  • Model16V2000 M94
  • Hours250
  • Drive TransmissionDirect
  • Power2600|horsepower
  • Year2013
  • Boat Engine Location CodePort

Engine 2

  • TypePower
  • Fueldiesel
  • MakeMTU
  • Model16V2000 M94
  • Hours250
  • Drive TransmissionDirect
  • Power2600|horsepower
  • Year2013
  • Boat Engine Location CodeStarboard

2021 Refit/Upgrades

In October 2021 a yard period of nearly 6 months was spent to update and upgrade all of the yachts cosmetics and mechanical systems. Close to a year was spent in drafting and designing to utilize an already very successful platform and bring to modern-day technology and functionality capable of traveling all of the world's oceans. John Crupi of Rubicon Maritime Consulting was given the responsibility to oversee, manage and design the entire project utilizing his many years of experience traveling to develop a yacht with capabilities far exceeding nearly all other vessels in her class. Once the decisions were made the project took nearly 6 months to complete and splashed right on target for her launch to travel to the Bahamas and Costa Rica on her maiden voyage. Both main engines have been completely overhauled and have approximately 250 hours SMOH*. Two new Northern Lights 36KW Generators were installed in a newly configured arrangement to make accessibility and maintenance easy and manageable. Her fuel tank system was completely updated with an electronically controlled fuel manifold system to transfer fuel to any tank forward and aft. New tanks were designed and installed outboard of both main engines and two new tanks were designed and installed under the cockpit sole as well. This allowed the space to accommodate the addition of (2) new Seakeeper 18's installed centerline under the cockpit sole. An entirely new exhaust system was designed and moved outboard of the stringer system effectively lowering exhaust gas temps and improving layout functionality under the cockpit sole. Careful thought and consideration were made to improve the HVAC system onboard and (4) New Dometic 6 ton chillers were installed as well as all-new air handlers throughout. The freshwater circulation loop was replaced as well as all-new insulation and raw water pumps. 

The electrical system was also updated and a complete re-wire of the engine room was performed as well as adding a new Atlas system and Frequency converters making "Bonny Read" capable of euro 50hz or domestic 60hz power. All of the electrical distribution panels were rewired and reconfigured in a simplistic and practical way. Complete new power management system and load sharing system were added as well. 

In the cockpit, a new Tuna Tube live-well was built and installed centerline on the aft transom. In addition to that (2) 45-gallon, Live-wells were installed port and starboard under the stairways leading to the aft mezzanine. All of the teak decks on board as well as the steps on the stainless spiral staircases were replaced at this time as well. A new stainless steel freezer and drink box were custom built and installed with two new compressors. 

For mechanical equipment, two new Dometic SeaXchange watermakers were installed as well as a Dometic Spot Zero system. A new live-well and manifold system were installed to power the (2) 45-gallon live-wells and the tuna tubes. All new fresh and raw water pumps were also installed. 

On the interior, all of the sofas in the salon and enclosed bridge were reupholstered and new carpeting was installed throughout. The galley was completely reappointed with all new appliances and new faucet fixtures. Every shower door was replaced as well as all faucet fixtures in every head. In the companionway, two new Miele Professional washers and dryers were installed. The Flybridge and Skybridge feature the latest state-of-the-art Simrad electronics package as well as a newly reconfigured sky bridge helm. A new custom-designed Pipe Welders hardtop was installed and all new stainless steel pipework. The AV equipment was updated during this time as well including new TVs. 

On the underside of the vessel all of her running gear, struts, and rudders were removed. The struts were realigned and shafts installed using laser alignment. All new rudder bearings and seals were installed as well as new Tides dripless shaft logs and seals. All-new underwater lights were also installed

  • (2) SeaKeeper 18 installed
  • Re-engineered new exhaust system 
  • (2) New Northern Lights 36KW Generators 
  • (4) New Fuel Tanks engineered and installed
  • (2) New Domestic Watermakers
  • Dometic Spot Free
  • New Atlas system, power management, and load sharing installed
  • New HVAC system 
  • New Eskimo E1000 Icemaker for the cockpit
  • Custom transom-mounted tuna tube system 
  • (2) New 45 gallon custom live-wells 
  • Added Freezer to the cockpit 
  • New refrigeration to the cockpit
  • All-new exterior soft goods
  • All new interior soft goods
  • New carpeting throughout 
  • All new Miele Appliances in the galley
  • New Miele Professional Washer and Dryer 
  • New Miele wine cooler and Kenmore clear ice maker 
  • All new electronics and VSAT package 
  • All new plumbing throughout 
  • Complete new wiring of the engine room and electrical distribution panels 
  • New Pipewelders Hardtop 
  • New Stainless steel pipework and belly band on skybridge 
  • Complete Hull and topside paint job 
  • New Bottom Paint and all new rudder seals and shaft seals 
  • Props balanced and reconditioned 
  • New Underwater lights 
  • All new teak decks in cockpit, mezzanine, foredeck, and steps on exterior spiral staircases
Salon and Galley

Each Sea Force IX is custom built and designed to meet each client's demands. Bonny Read was designed with a European style meaning the galley is separate from the salon and dining areas. The doors, tables, cabinetry, and paneling throughout the vessel are crafted from quarter-sawn teak derived from a single tree with the grain book-matched.

When you enter the salon through the automated French doors, there’s an oversize U-shaped couch to port facing a cabinet with a large flat-screen TV to starboard. An internal artisan sculpted stainless-steel stairway in the aft starboard corner curves up to the bridge interior. Just behind the staircase is the yachts day head area.

The dining area revolves around a beautiful table and chair set that seats eight with cabinet storage for plates, glassware, silver, linens, and more. Wine and drink coolers are hidden behind book-matched teak cabinet doors. The entire area has recessed lighting and overhead indirect air conditioning to alleviate the need for unsightly vents that create uneven cooling. Moving forward into the companionway on the starboard side is more storage and electrical distribution panels that are located behind the book-matched teak cabinetry.  

Just to the left, you enter the newly reappointed galley with all new appliances and a small dining area with two stowable bar seats. Appliances include a floor-to-ceiling new Miele oversize refrigerator/freezer, a new Miele commercial oven, A new Miele (3) burner induction cooktop stove, and a new Miele garbage compactor. All of the storage cabinetry continues the theme of book-matched teak grain and granite countertops line both sides of the galley. The owner’s prized Miele espresso machine is to port as well as a separate curved stairway that leads down to the crew quarter and engine room areas.   

Salon:

  • U-shaped ultra-leather sofa with storage below and decorative pillows 
  • Book-matched teak joinery interior on valences center headliner and cabinetry
  • Beers electric door 
  • Teak dinette table 
  • New Carpeted sole 
  • Dometic AC thermostat control 
  • Electric automatic Dometic window treatments 
  • Samsung 65” OLED TV 
  • Bose surround sound 
  • Day head to starboard 
  • LED overhead recessed dimmable lighting 
  • Custom book matches teak entertainment housing for flatscreen Tv 
  • Access to flybridge via stainless steel spiral staircase with teak steps 
  • Accent courtesy LED lighting on valance and centerpiece for formal dining

Formal Dining:

  • Large custom teak dinette table with seating for (8) 
  • To port custom built cabinetry for serving flatware and stemware 
  • To starboard new Miele wine chiller, Custom bottle storage, and U-line clear ice maker 
  • Additional storage for table decor, serving ware, and AV equipment 
  • New Carpeted sole 
  • Access to separate Euro galley 
  • LED overhead recessed lighting 
  • Main Galley and Salon 120/240V electrical distribution sub-panel

Galley

  • Miele Stainless full-size refrigerator/freezer 
  • Miele Induction cooktop 
  • Miele stainless Microwave Convection oven 
  • Miele stainless Oven 
  • Kitchen aid stainless steel trash compactor 
  • Miele espresso machine 
  • Full wrap-around custom book-matched teak cabinetry with storage overhead and below 
  • Custom gray Granite countertop 
  • Stainless sink with built-in aerator
  • Insta-hot
  • Gray zebra wood amtico flooring 
  • Access to crew quarters 
  • (10) overhead recessed LED dimmable lighting 
  • Pocket doors for Galley and Crews quarters 
  • Exhaust vent 
Companionway

The curved companionway of Bonny Read features a custom-built rod storage locker that also houses the framed Letter announcing the conviction and sentencing of Bonny and Read stamped by the Board of Pilots Commissioners, Port of Key West, and dated Nov. 17, 1721. Directly across on the left side is access to the forward brow storage or "Dog House" area that houses the ships onboard PC Plex system for movie storage and AV entertainment. Just forward of the storage areas are the two new Miele professional washer and dryer machines and (2) additional storage cabinets. To the left, the companionway terminates to the Master Stateroom featuring a large centerline king-sized berth and en-suite head and shower. 

The companionway leading to the bow accesses additional sleeping accommodations. To starboard is a large -stateroom with a queen bed and full head. Opposite that is the “kids’ room,” with triple single beds, two arranged bunk style (over/under), also with a full head. And at the bow end of the corridor is another beautifully designed master suite that includes a raised queen bed with overhead skylight, packed with intricate cabinetry and its own private head. All the heavy entry doors are beautifully executed with opposing teak grains, satin-finished hinges, locks and lever handles, and magnetic bumpers to prevent slamming when the boat is in motion.  

  • Additional storage and custom book-matched teak joinery serves as Wayne’s coating 
  • Custom recessed overhead dimmable LED lighting and courtesy lights
  • Miele professional washer/dryer 
  • Custom rod locker lined in book-matched teak 
  • Access to brow storage and electrical space
  • Tidal wave treatment system control panel 
  • (3) Fire extinguishers 
  • 120/240 VAC and 24VDC forward load electrical distribution center
  • Pantry Storage 
  • Onboard PC Plex system for movies
  • Apple TV 
  • Center fuel tank 750 gallons 
  • Middle forward tank 450 gallons
  • (2) Freshwater tanks combined total of 500 gallons 
  • Starboard tank 380 gallons
  • Port tank 150 gallons
  • Waste tank 250 gallons 
  • Linen closet 
Master Stateroom

The aft full-beam master stateroom features a king-size bed centered and among it are built-in dressers, two cedar-lined armoires, and nightstands capable of holding enough clothing and personal items for a long stay. The entire room is surrounded by the richness of the book-matched grain teak.  A 65" OLED flat-screen TV faces the bed centerline and a modern European-inspired master bath is located on the port side with separate lavatory space.

  • King centerline berth with (5) pull out slide drawers below
  • (2) large cedar-lined hanging lockers with LED lighting 
  • (2) nightstands with storage below 
  • (2) reading lamps
  • Custom credenza to port with cabinet storage above
  • (2) porthole windows with privacy window treatments 
  • To starboard custom credenza with book match teak with (6) slide-out drawers and (4) cabinet lockers
  • (9) overhead recessed led dimmable lights 
  • Dometic thermostat control
  • Samsung 65” OLED TV
  • Bose surround sound 
  • LED accent courtesy lighting 
  • Access to en-suite master head
  • CO2 And Smoke detectors 

 

Port Guest Stateroom

The port guest stateroom is otherwise known as the "Kids Room" features (3) single berths, large cedar-lined hanging closet, and an en-suite head and shower. A Tv is placed on the forward wall for entertainment.

  • (2) over-under berths with storage below bottom berth 
  • (1) single berth with storage below 
  • Nightstand with storage below 
  • (2) reading lamps 
  • Dometic thermostat control 
  • Large cedar-lined hanging locker with LED lighting 
  • (7) overhead recessed LED dimmable lights
  • Overhead deck hatch with screen and obscure treatment 
  • Bilge access
  • Access to en-suite head and shower 
  • Samsung LED TV
  • CO2 and smoke detector 

 

Starboard Guest Stateroom

The starboard guest stateroom features an island-style queen double berth centerline with storage below and two adjoining nightstands. To the starboard side is a large cedar-lined hanging closet and access to the en-suite head and shower.

  • Centerline queen berth with pull out storage below 
  • Twin nightstands with storage below 
  • (2) reading lamps 
  • Dometic thermostat control
  • Large cedar-lined hanging closet 
  • Samsung LED TV 
  • Side porthole window with privacy window treatment 
  • Access to en-suite head and shower 
  • (8) overhead recessed LED dimmable lights 
  • Custom Carpeted sole 
  • Overhead deck hatch with screen and obscure treatment 



Forward Guest / VIP Stateroom

In the bow forward is the guest VIP suite. A raised island queen berth is centerline and two large cedar-lined hanging closets are port and starboard. A separate en-suite head and shower is located on the starboard side.

  • Island Queen centerline berth made with custom book-matched teak joinery with (4) slide-out drawers below
  • (10) overhead storage cabinets port and starboard 
  • (2) cedar-lined hanging lockers 
  • (8) overhead recessed led dimmable lights
  • (2) reading lamps 
  • Access to en-suite head and shower 
  • New Custom carpeted sole 
  • Samsung LED TV
  • Bose surround sound system 
  • Overhead deck hatch with screen and obscure treatment 
  • Fire extinguisher 
  • Access to forward bilge area 
  • Dometic AC thermostat control 
  • Smoke and CO2 Detector 

 

Crew Quarters

The crew quarter area is accessed through the engine room or the galley area. On the port side of the crew quarter area is the over-under single berths with ample additional storage outboard and a hanging closet. On the starboard side is the captain's quarter with a separate door to isolate from the opposite berth areas. The power management and vessel monitoring displays are mounted overhead and centerline and a separate en-suite head and shower is located between the engine room entrance and the crew quarter area.

Crew Quarters 

  • (2) single over-under berths 
  • (2) reading lamps 
  • Cedar lined hanging closet with (2) pull out storage drawers 
  • (2) overhead recessed led dimmable lights 
  • Ships remote Alarm system and vessel monitoring display
  • Icom remote command VHF radio 
  • (2) Samsung 20” LED TVs 
  • (4) recessed storage cabinets to port
  • Carpeted sole 
  • Access to en-suite head and shower
  • Access to engine room 
  • Dometic Thermostat control 

 

Captains Quarters

  • Single berth outboard to starboard 
  • Hanging locker with (2) slide-out drawer storage 
  • Reading lamp
  • Simrad Halo 20” MFD 
  • Nightstand with storage below 
  • Samsung LED TV 
  • Porthole window with privacy window treatment 
  • (3) overhead recessed LED dimmable lights 
  • Access to crew quarters and en-suite head and shower
  • Engine room access
  • Carpeted sole
  • Dometic thermostat control 

 

Mechanical Space

Thoughtfully laid out and completely refit the mechanical pump room is outlined in a freshly painted space. To the port side are the (4) new 6 ton chillers and manifold system. Pre-designed for ease of maintenance and service accessibility. To the starboard side is where the new Atlas system and Frequency converters are located as well as house bank batteries. Overhead above the engine room watertight door is the vessel's tank monitoring system for fuel and water levels. Just aft and below the entry steps are the livewell system pumps and manifolds as well as Seakeeper pumps. Outboard and to port is the Eskimo E1000 ice maker that dispenses into the port fishbone in the cockpit. 

  • Dometic MCGXLP60 (4) brand new 2021
  • freshwater circulation pumps

  • Atlas system new 2021

  • New Frequency converters 

  • Engine room 120/240 electrical distribution panel 

  • Engine room 24VDC distribution panel 

  • (4) house bank batteries 2021

  • (2) Scot pumps for tuna tubes and livewell 

  • (2) prime time pumps for Seakeeper 

  • Fuel tank manifold switch 

  • Bonny Read Tank monitoring system for fuel and water

  • Remote command panel for generator and shore power distribution 

  • Digital 24VDC distribution gauges

  • Digital shore input and generator input gauges 

  • Fire boy HFC 227 fire extinguisher 

  • (2) new Metcalf exhaust risers and mixing rings 

  • Generator exhaust 

  • (2) LED overhead lights 

  • Eskimo E1000 ice maker 

Enclosed Flybridge

Up one level from the cockpit via an internal spiral staircase or accessed from the aft deck via stainless spiral staircase is the yachts enclosed bridge and bridge aft deck area. Walking into the helm area forward is the newly reconfigured helm electronics panel. A complete new Simrad electronics package with (5) new 24" Simrad Halo displays lies forward, a new power management and tank monitor system is located overhead and all of the engine controls and mechanical system controls are mounted on the flat surface. Centerline is a newly re-upholstered Stidd Helm chair and to Port and Starboard are newly re-upholstered bench seating areas. Below the helm is access to additional storage as well as an electronics battery bank and Sat Communication controls. 

Moving aft is an L-shaped sofa and teak dinette table on a stainless steel stanchion. To starboard is the access to salon and the TV entertainment area. The aft flybridge deck is accessed through a Beers electric door centerline. 

On the flybridge, afterdeck is an aft-facing Newly upholstered mezzanine bench seat and full stainless steel railing housing (6) rod holders. To the starboard side is access to the skybridge via stainless steel curved staircase with new teak steps. Finally to port is the access to the cockpit mezzanine area via another Stainless steel curved staircase.

  • (5) Simrad Halo 24” MFD displays 
  • Vessel Tank Monitoring display for fuel and water level as well as fuel transfer
  • Remote command panel for generator and shore power distribution 
  • (2) Digital Engine ECM displays 
  • (2) watermaker digital touchscreen remote panels
  • Simrad autopilot 
  • Simrad Remote control system 
  • Maretron DSM250
  • Simrad 8” MFD display
  • MTU controls
  • ABT-Trac bow thruster control 
  • Simrad radar touchpad control 
  • (2) digital Seakeeper displays 
  • (2) ICOM VHF remote command mic
  • (2) ACR remote panels for spotlights
  • Trim tab controls
  • Ships Alarm system display 
  • Electronics battery bank 
  • Mastervolt 24V battery charger 
  • Mastervolt 12/25-3 12V battery charger
  • Fireboy HFC227 fire suppression system certified 2021
  • Sat Intellian control boxes
  • 12VDC/24VDC Pilothouse load panel 
  • Access to forward brow and electrical area
  • Edson Stainless Ships wheel 
  • Gray Zebra wood amtico sole at helm carpeted sole in entertainment area
  • Carpet runner
  • Stidd Custom helm chair 
  • (2) custom leather upholstered bench seats port and starboard with fold-down armrest 
  • L-Shaped Dinette with custom teak dinette table on stainless stanchion with storage 
  • Samsung 65” OLED TV 
  • CO2 and smoke detectors 
  • AC and communication storage behind the TV in the spiral staircase
  • Access to salon and aft bridge deck mezzanine
  • Beers electric door
  • (16) overhead recessed dimmable lights 
  • Red LED night courtesy light over helm 
  • (3) wiper blades
  • Ritchie compass 
  • Dometic thermostat control 
  • Custom aft-facing newly upholstered mezzanine seating with storage below 
  • Stainless belly band with (6) Rod Holders 
  • Custom spiral stainless steel wrap-around staircase to Skybridge with new teak steps 
  • (9) overhead multicolor LED lights 
  • Freshwater outlet 
  • Beers electric door to flybridge 
  • Non-skid sole

 

Skybridge

The Skybridge on Bonny Read received a complete and full refit. The old existing hardtop and pipework as well as the old electronics and equipment were removed. The helm area was also completely disassembled and redesigned for a more practical and functional layout. The Hardtop was replaced by a custom-built Pipewelders hardtop featuring (2) new Intellian 7HD sat domes, (2) new radars, (2) new Miya Epoch electric reels, (2) New ACR spotlights and all-new GPS antennas as well as VHF and stereo antennas. In addition to the communications, all new LED lighting was installed and integrated into the hardtop as well as the navigational lights. New seating was built to port and starboard forward of the helm to house fishing equipment and gear. All new PR Canvas sunbrella cushions were custom made for the forward sun lounge seating as well as the two bench seating areas, The helm was lowered and (2) new Simrad 24" Halo displays were installed and networked into the lower helm electronics. A custom Palm Beach teak helm pod was also installed as well as all new stainless pipework and railings.  The captain can experience complete 360-degree visibility and have a full view of the bow and cockpit from the new location. Just In front of the sky bridge helm are (2) large thermostatically controlled freezer boxes for added refrigeration.

  • Custom built helm and teak Palm Beach Helm Pod 
  • (2) Simrad Halo 24” MFD displays 
  • (2) MTU engine ECM displays 
  • (2) Icom IC-M506 VHF radios 
  • Simrad Autopilot
  • Simrad Digital depth, speed, and temp
  • (2) Miya Epoch US-9HD electric reels 
  • (2) Release helm chairs on offset stainless stanchion 
  • ABT Trac bow thruster 
  • (2) ACR RCL-300A spotlights 
  • Fusion RA670 stereo head unit 
  • Simrad radar control
  • Simrad autopilot
  • Simrad remote control system 
  • Rupp hydraulic outriggers and center rigger 
  • (4) fusion stereo speakers 
  • (2) frigibor compressors for freezer/drink box
  • (2) refrigerated boxes 
  • Dry storage under port and starboard bench seating 
  • (6) overhead Lumitec multicolor led lights 
  • Custom Pipewelders hardtop 
  • Custom sunbrella upholstery made by PR Canvas (new 2021)
  • Fire extinguisher 
  • Engine room fan controller 
  • Epirb 
  • (2) helm evacuation fans 
  • (2) Simrad radars 
  • (2) Wi-Fi antennas 
  • (4) 16’ antennas 
  • (2) 8’ antennas 
  • (2) Simrad GPS Antennas 
  • (2) Intellian I8 Sat domes 
  • (2) Lumitec aft spreader lights 
  • Cockpit camera

 

Electronics

Skybridge:

  • (2) Simrad NSO EVO3S MFD 24" System pack

Pilot House MFD:

  • (1) Simrad NSO EVO3S MFD 24" system Pack 
  • (3) SimradNSO EVO3S MFD 24" display only 

Dual Station Radar:

  • Simrad M5024 25U/6X X-Band radar system 25KW with 6' open array pedestal
  • Simrad O2000 Controller and trackball 
  • Simrad M5024 24" Display 
  • Simrad R5000 Power Supply
  • Simrad NEP-2 Ethernet expansion port 

Cockpit and Crew MFD's:

  • (2) Simrad NSS12 EVO3S Combo MFD - 12" Solarmax IPS Display

Network Radar:

  • Simrad HALO-6 Pulse compression radar - true 72nm range
  • Simrad NEP-2 Ethernet expansion port

Autopilot:

  • Simrad AP44 Control Head
  • Simrad NAC-3 Autopilot computer
  • Simrad Precision-9 Compass 
  • Simrad RF25N Rudder reference sensor 
  • Simrad Pump-2 Reversible hydraulic gear pump
  • Simrad V3100 AIS Transponder 
  • Digital 598-SW 8' AIS Antennae

Sounder:

  • Simrad S5100 High-Performance CHIRP Sonar module
  • Simrad CM599LH-W Xsonic transducer

VHF Radios:

  • (2) ICOM M605 VHF Radio
  • (2) ICOM IC-M506 VHF Radio with rear mic
  • (4) COMROD AV90/2 BI 16' VHF antennas  
  • (4) RUPP PAK-0006 4-way flat mount with support 
  • (7) ICOM HM195B Full control second station command mic
  • (6) ICOM OPC-1541 extension cable 
  • (4) ICOM OPC-999 Optional extension cable 

Digital Instruments:

  • Simrad IS42 Digital Display 
  • Airmar 220WX Ultrasonic weather station 
  • GEMECO DST800L-235-N2 NMEA2000

Satellite Compass:

  • Simrad P3007 GPS Compass expanded 

Satellite Weather Receive:

  • Simrad WM-4 weather module 

Satellite Phone:

  • V85 Intellian V85 Satellite phone system

Search Light:

  • (2) ACR RCL-600A 24VDC control searchlight (6,000,000CD) 
  • (2) ACR 2nd Station URP-102 Point Pad Kit

Stereo Equipment - Cockpit and Skybridge:

  • (2) Fusion RA670 Fusion Apollo Marine Entertainment system
  • (2) Fusion SG-F772W 7.7" Marine Speakers
  • (2) Fusion 7" classic white speaker (pair) 
  • Fusion SW10 10" Marine Subwoofer 400W
  • Digital 538-AW 8' AM/FM Stereo Antenna 

Camera System:

  • IC Real Time MX1608 16CH HDVR 8TB
  • (10) Garmin GC14 Marine Camera
  • Atlona AT-RON-444 1X4 HDMI splitter 

WIFI System:

  • Wave WIFI EC-HP-DB-AC Dual Band WIFI System 2.4/5GHZ
  • (4) Wave WIFI Yacht AP Dual Wireless Access Point
  • Luxul XGS-1005 5 Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch 
  • Wave WIFI MNC1200 Wireless Network Controller 

Dual Outlet Charger:

  • Blue Seas Dual USB Charger Socket 
Aft Mezzanine

On the aft mezzanine deck, you will find a well-appointed newly re-upholstered aft bench seating with a large dinette teak table, A highly polished stainless steel railing and rod holders line the aft bench seating. An aft-facing newly re-upholstered mezzanine seat to starboard with dry storage below and flybridge access to port via polished stainless steel curved staircase with new teak steps complete the deck area. Going aft to port and starboard you will gain access to the cockpit with new custom (45) gallon live-wells. Under the aft seating is access to the new stainless steel deep freezer and refrigerated drink box. Centerline is the engine room access.

  • (9) overhead led multicolor lights 
  • (2) fusion overhead speakers 
  • (1) 10” fusion subwoofer 
  • Icom remote mic 
  • (2) Kiddie fire pull station 
  • New Teak sole (2021) 
  • Beers electric door system 
  • Simrad Halo 16” MFD 
  • Custom stainless spiral wrap around staircase to flybridge with new teak steps 

 

Cockpit

The cockpit is constructed low and efficient keeping accessibility and functionality in the forefront. 

To port and starboard are (45) gallon live-wells mounted in the teak steps. On the transom is a custom-built tuna tube system featuring (7) tuna tubes on a dedicated manifold system. Centerline is a Release trillion fighting chair mounted on an offset stainless stanchion. In-deck port and starboard are two large fish boxes with Eskimo dispensing in port fish box .

Aft in deck is two rudder inspection hatches and centerline bilge access.

Along the gunwales (4) rod holders line the covering boards and just below are port and starboard shore cord receptacles. Along transom is a custom swim platform (removable) and dive ladder accessed through transom door and liftgate.

 Along the aft bulkhead in the cockpit, you will find port and starboard tackle centers, engine room access centerline, and a large commercial refrigerated drink box.

  • New teak cockpit sole and steps (2021) 
  • Release trillion series fighting chair and -rocket launcher (revarnished 2021) 
  • (2) macerated fish boxes 
  • Fresh and saltwater washdown 
  • Freshwater inlet 
  • Port and starboard shore cord inlet
  • (2) electric reel outlets 
  • (2) 45-gallon livewells
  • (7) tuna tubes 
  • (2) Seakeeper 18
  • Custom stainless refrigerated drink box
  • Eskimo E1000 ice maker 
  • LED courtesy lighting 
  • Engine room access 
  • (2) tackle centers 
  • Custom Stainless steel freezer
  • (2) fusion stereo speakers 
  • Transom door and liftgate 
  • (8) rod holders in-gunwales
  • (6) rod holders in stainless belly band  
  • Cockpit cover 
  • Cockpit sunshade 
  • (2) 285-gallon fuel tanks 

 

Engine Room

A completely new and redesigned engine room was built and laid out to provide the most efficient and effective platform to create ease of maintenance and accessibility as well as functionality. Completely stripped and refit this engine room is built for any occasion whether normal days of fishing locally or traveling to the most remote locations and destinations. Everything was thought of and updated to the finest detail. The generators were relocated and mounted to access all sides while servicing. New Fuel tanks were installed giving a combined total of 2000 gallons in the two wing tanks outboard of each motor. An all-new power management system and fuel manifold were integrated. New water treatment systems were installed and all of the fire suppression system was completely updated and certified. 

  • (2) Northern Lights 36 KW gen sets new 2021 Port 110 hours starboard 112 hours 
  • (2) MTU M94 2600HP engines (250 hours smoh) 
  • (2) ZF 3070A transmissions 
  • (2) Sauer Danfoss PTO pumps for Hydraulics 
  • (2) Dometic SeaXchange XTC II Watermakers 
  • Dometic SeaXchange spotzero system
  • (2) Kiddie FM-200 fire suppression extinguishers (certified 2021) 
  • (2) 1000 gallon fuel tanks 
  • Port and starboard engine bank batteries 
  • (4) main engine Racor filters 
  • (2) generator Racor filters
  • SWK2000 Alfa Laval fuel polishing system 
  • Oil exchange pump and manifold
  • Freezer compressor 
  • Drink box compressor 
  • Marathon air compressor 
  • Engine room fans 
  • (2) Master volt 24/75-C battery charger 
  • (10) overhead LED lights 
  • (4) engine room cameras 
  • Tides dripless seals with crossovers 
  • Mirrored ceiling 
  • Infinity woven sole 
  • Crew quarters access 

 

Deck

The Foredeck area is accessed port or starboard from the aft mezzanine deck. Her side decks are lined with freshly varnished teak cap rails and a full stainless steel bow rail encompasses the bow area. In the ground tackle area is a newly installed teak deck and access to the windlass and ground tackle. Centerline is the yachts Novurania tender and davit system. there are multiple cameras to capture the bow and side decks from the Enclosed bridge or skybridge. LED Accent lighting wraps port and starboard side decks. 

  • Novurania Tender with Yamaha F70HP outboard
  • Hydraulic Davit 
  • Hydraulic Windlass
  • Teak Foredeck 
  • Stainless Bow Rail 
  • Accent Lighting 
  • Camera system 
  • Fuel, Water, Waste access 
  • Rupp Hydraulic triple spreader outriggers
  • Aft Removable swim platform and swim ladder 
Hull Construction
The vessel’s bottom uses a hull -geometry that the manufacturer claims generates lift over 90 percent of the running surface at low angles of attack. When the 2,600 hp MTU diesels are pressed hard from idle, the hull rises onto plane almost imperceptibly. The hull features prop pockets and a minimal keel for improved sea keeping while running dead level as opposed to the bow-high entry of some vessels in its class. The hull is as close to overbuilt as you can get. The manufacturer calls its building process “monolithic construction,” and it uses AME 5000 vinylester resin throughout the process, with U.S.-manufactured nonwoven glass and double layers of Divinycell coring vacuum bagged for strength without excess weight. All areas where through-hulls, struts or rudder posts extend through the hull receive additional reinforcement before the full-length stringer system and a comprehensive athwartship stringer grid get glassed in place, followed by four main composite bulkheads, a crash bulkhead and hull side beams. The hull is then baked so the laminate is completely cured. Composite floors and soles are bonded to the stringer system and glassed to the hull using West System epoxy before the house, bridge and skybridge are glassed in place to create a single, extremely strong monolithic structure. When finished, the boat isn’t the lightest or the heaviest in its class, but it is arguably the strongest.  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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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