$25,000 $21,000 (USD) Great Live Aboard Opportunity!
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- Cruiser 33270
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- 250 hp
- Twin Inboard
- 990 hrs
- 200 gal
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- 45 gal
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Boat Description1993 Cruiser Yacht for sale. Only one previous owner. It is currently located at Cabrillo Isle Marina slip # A41. The slip is transferable upon meeting the requirements of the marina. The vessel may be viewed during operational hours of the marina, however there is no one on site to allow entry into the vessel. Vessel runs great, no major mechanical or electrical problems. Boat is sold as-is, where-is. Additional photos of the interior, exterior, and engine available upon request. Great live aboard opportunity!
Asking 21,000 O.B.O trades will be considered as well.
United States Coast Guard Documented
Gross: 11 Tons
Net: 9 Tons
Full forward is an anchor platform with a single anchor roller and anchor .There is a single stainless steel bow pulpit with stainless steel rails running aft. Mounted on the bow pulpit is a large stainless steel spotlight. On the deck, forward, is an anchor locker with an electric windlass. Aft of the anchor locker is a flush is acrylic hatch followed by two lounging pads. To port and starboard of the lounging pads are two addition opening acrylic hatches. The deck then slops upward to a windshield that opens in the center. The deckhouse has stainless steel handrails are fixed and sliding windows, port and starboard. There are four stainless steel opening ports in the hull, two on each side. The steering stations is covered by a bimiini that attaches to the windshield forward and to a fiberglass arch at the aft end. A second bimini covers the cockpit from the arch aft. Mounted on the arch are the radar and GPS antennas. The steering station is to starboard and has a padded helm seat, hydraulic wheel steering, engine controls, engine guages, a VHF radio, a GPS, a depth sounder/fish finder, radar, inverter panel and compass.
Just aft of the helm seat is an L shaped settee. Two steps down is the cockpit with engine access, additional sette and multiple storage lockers. There is a sliding window in the forward end of the cockpit to provide ventilation and light to the aft cabin. Mounted on the arch are two cockpit lights and stereo speakers. The aft starboard side of the cockpit has a sliding door to allow access to the swim step, which has a fold down stainless steel ladder.
Below and full forward is an offset double berth to starboard with a shelf above, port and starboard, drawers under the berth, a flat screen TV to port and a small mirrored hanging locker to port. Moving aft to starboard is a dinette with storage above and below. To port is the galley with a double stainless steel sink, 2 burner propane stove top, microwave oven, and cabinets and drawers below. At the aft end of the galley is a stand up refrigerator freezer. Across from the refrigerator to starboard is the head with an electric toilet, fiberglass sink, hand shower, mirror, shelves and a locker below. Full aft, under the steering station, is a double berth with cabinets above.
The hull is solid laminated fiberglass with balsa coring in high load areas. Decks are cored fiberglass. The deckhouse is cored fiberglass. Thru hulls are bronze with bronze and stainless steel ball valves.
The interior joinery is solid wood and laminate. The flooring is fiberglass with carpeting. Bulkheads are plywood. The stringers are fiberglass and plywood. The three deck hatches are acrylic and the four opening ports are stainless steel and acrylic.
Electronics and Fittings:
VHF: West Marine VHF580
GPS: Lowance LMS160 and RAy Marine C-70
DEPTH FINDER: Garmin 240
TRIM TABS: Bennet, hydraulic
COMPASS: Richie 3"
RADAR: Ray Marine C-70
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: 12 volt steaming, running, and anchor lights
OTHER EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS:
STOVE: Eno, two burner cooktop, propane.
REFRIGERATION: Norcold, one small AC/DC unit.
WATER PRESSURE: 12 volt on demand
WATER HEATER: 6 gallon, 110 volt AC and engine heat exchanger
STEREO: Pioneer with CD, multiple speakers
TV: Samsung, flat screen
TOILET: Electric with holding tank and macerator
MAIN ANCHOR: West Marine 22 with chain and rode.
ANCHOR WINDLASS: Maxwell 500 12 volt with foot and cockpit controls
BILGE PUMPS: One manual and two electric.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: 6 portable and one automatic engine room system.
PFD'S: Multiple PFD's adult new type 2.
AC/110 VOLT: Shore power 110 volt with two 30 amp systems, supplied by marine grade shore power cord.
BATTERY CHARGER: Two, one Pro Sport 12 and one Hart inverter/100 amp charger.
Batteries: Starting: Two, lead acid, 12 volt, secured in the engine room. House: One 4D lead acid, secured in engine room
BATTERY CHARGING: Engine alternators and an AC/110 chargers.
SHIP'S LIGHTING: 110 volt and 12 volt. System has approved circuit breakers.
MACHINERY and FITTINGS:
MAIN ENGINES: Two MerCruiser/Crusaders 5.7 liter 250 horsepower, gasoline, 8 cylinders, with 787 hours on port engine and 960 hours on starboard engine, per Hobbs meter.
COOLING SYSTEM: Closed loop, fresh water with salt water heat exchanger.
FUEL PUMPS: One mechanical on each engine.
FUEL FILTERS: Racor and engine filters on each engine.
EXHAUST SYSTEMS: Wet injection riser.
ENGINE ALARMS: Low oil pressure and high heat.
ENGINE CONTROLS: Manual engine controls in the cockpit.
VENTILATION: Natural and engine room blower.
ENGINE BED: Fiberglass installation, fiberglass with shock type motor mounts.
PROPELLER SHAFTS: 1 1/4 inch stainless steel with 20 inch, 3 blade bronze propellers.
TANKS and SYSTEMS:
FUEL TANKS: One aluminum, 200 gallons
WATER TANK: One plastic 45 gallons located below main salon.
HOLDING TANK: One plastic, 20 gallons with macerator, Y valve and deck pump out, located below the cabin sole.
COOKING FUEL: Propane in a 4 gallon steel tank with safety shut off system located in deck locker.
Vessel was last surveyed in 2015. USCG title in hand.