|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Location||Saint Petersburg, FL|
Starting aft is the master stateroom trimmed in the finest tropical decorated wood with detail unrivaled for a blue water cruiser. Ventilation and light are provided through two ports and an opening hatch. With storage and elegant comfort a priority the master head is trimmed with the same care and precision featuring granite counter top and stainless steel sink. The shower and commode are surrounded by a mosaic that combined with the granite compliments the entire master cabin.
Going forward to port is the Pilot House navigation station with large custom inlayed chart table. Behind is a large hanging locker. A Teak steering wheel with engine panel positioned for 360 degree walk around capability. Starboard of the lower helm is seating for 2 and a Sea berth with small dining table.
As you move forward to port the fully equipped galley with ballasted gimballed 3 burner Seaward stove and oven, twin stainless steel sinks with pressure fresh water and manual sea water, corian counter tops and Technautic Cool Blue refrigerator and freezer. The galley has ample storage space for extended cruises and is capable of full meal dining.
Forward to port is the salon with a lowerable dining table and C shaped firm foamed cushioned seating. The dining table is a one-of-kind wood with custom inlay. Across to starboard is the single seating/berth and entertainment area with additional shelving all trimmed with astonishing detail.
Moving forward to port is the guest head with stainless steel sink corian counter tops, plenty of room and storage and separate private shower.
The foreward stateroom features the continuation of craftsmanship all the way through the cruiser. The V-berth has ample storage for the long journeys and easily converts to a full size berth for 2. Looking aft from the guest suite it's very apparent that no shortcuts were taken and the attention to detail was a priority with this completely and recently updated vessel.
Natural light is provided throughout with twelve opening ports, six opening hatches and six Dorade vents.
DECK, SAILS & RIGGING
OM main profurl's easy furl system
Harken MKII roller furling genoa
Harken MKII roller furling club footed self-tending staysail
2 Barrient #32 2spd sheet winches
Barrient #23 common winch
Main sail traveler
Teak rap rail
Plath 24V electric anchor windlass
45lb CQR on 50 ft chain and 250ft rope
25lb Bruce on 5ft chain and 250ft rope
Double bow rollers
Stainless steel rod bobstay
Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits
Stainless steel arch, dingy davits, solar panels, flat life lie and stainless steel bbq grill
The Ford-Lehman Diesel 85 Hp engine has been serviced and ready for cruising.
110 volt AC and 12 volt DC system. Electrical panel and circuit breakers with shore power with the entire DC electrical system rewired and improved. a 100 amp alternator, 2500w inverter/charger and two solar panels were added, making this very self sufficient for long term ocean voyages.
Xantex 2500w inverter/charger
Xantex 1000 Battery monitor
Professional marine system monitor
AGM 12V batteries
1 group, 31 lifetime AGM starting battery
2 group, 31 AGM batteries in bow for 24V bow thrusters and windlass
Battery selector switch
12V cabin fans in fwd and aft cabins and salon
10hp 24V Max power bow thruster
24V windlass motor
100 amp 12V generator
12V fuel prime/transfer fuel pump with dual primer fuel filters
2 1600 BTU A/C units
|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.|
Ken is no stranger to the yachting community here in Florida. He earned the nick name The sailing source guy because he has worked for several large aftermarket companies such as Seco South, Catalina Yachts and JSI/Island Nautical (as store manager) in the Tampa Bay area. He built two sailboats; a 36 sloop and a 28' racing and cruising craft of his own design. He met his wife Debbie in Rome. That is Rome, New York, at one of the locks on the Erie barge canal, while traveling to Florida. Together, they have sailed the Great Lakes, California and Mexicos west coast, the Bahamas and our great hideaways in Florida. Ken brings to Pier One Yacht Sales an in-depth, hands-on knowledge of sailboats. For 25 years, Ken has helped people find the correct yacht and marine equipment to make their sailing experience a pleasure, not a chore. Buying or selling, Ken is a committed yacht broker who knows sailboats. Contact him today. And... See you on the water!
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
A listing which has no equal on the market today. This Ted Brewer designed Cutter is beyond WOW !! The vessel will absolutely leave you breathless with details that are unrivaled and refinements and craftsmanship that will leave an impression that will surely bring a rewarding sail for you and your guests for decades to come."Aries" is ready for the next owner to enjoy and benefit from the luxurious craftsmanship offered here.
The photos are current and tell the story of this very special bluewater cruiser. If there are questions don't hesitate to ask.