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The 49’ DeFever, a timeless classic long on styling. A timeless beauty with a bold inner soul. This seasoned performer boasts all seaworthy features from NIAID stabilizers, water maker, washer/dryer, and AIS.
Emery El has made her journeys in comfortable reliable performance. At home has much in blue water cruising as she is at home port undercover and in freshwater.
Emery El is the raised pilot house floor plan B which makes her an immensely popular DeFever for the discriminating boater. Solid performance from her Ford Lehman normally aspirated diesels. There’s sizable solar power/inverter and an at home feel from the flowing design that is as well thought out as it is in practicality.
There are distinguishing marks thru out from aft deck livability to stylish Portuguese bridge.
- Two Ford Lehman 135s – under 5000 hours.
- Four 6-volt golf cart batteries per engine. (12-volt system)
- Four 200-gallon fuel tanks
- Two Racor 500 fuel filters, one used as backup mode.
- Input Manifold, allowing selection from any of the four fuel tanks
- Return Manifold allowing selection to any of the four fuel tanks for returning fuel.
- Distribution Manifold allowing selection of fuel delivery to each engine, generator and to a vacuum gage.
- Inline fuel pump to allow pumping from one tank to another.
- Westerbeke 12.5, Recent replacement, approx. 800 hours, independent 12-volt battery.
- Uses its own bank of ten 6-volt golf cart batteries.
- Wired for a 12-volt system for charging.
- Used by the inverter to supply AC power when not on shore power and running the generator.
- Runs refrigerator, and AC lights on board, plus some appliances.
- Automatically switches from charge mode to inverter mode and back.
- Suppresses the roll of the boat from side to side in all sea conditions.
- Installed new in 2010
- Replaced Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission which had some poor history on these boats.
Oil Exchange System:
- Allows the draining and replacement of oil in both engines and generator from one location.
Battery Watering System:
- Allows for the topping of all batteries in all three banks previously mentioned.
- Bow Bruce 68 lb. with 250 foot of chain rod.
- Bow Fortress 55 lb. with 12-foot chain and rope rode. (Affixed to bow deck)
- Stern Fortress 27 lb. anchor stored in lazarette under aft deck.
- Extra 76 lb. plow anchor, stored in lazarette, under aft deck.
- Heavy duty windless with controls from the bow or from and or pilothouse.
Dinghy & Hydraulic Lift:
- 12 ft. BOSS fiberglass dinghy with 40 hp two stroke outboard engine.
- The lift allows the dingy to be launched from the starboard or the stern.
- Stand Horizon radio is mounted on the flybridge. There is a second microphone on this same radio, located in the pilot house containing mic, speaker, on/off control, squelch, channel select, etc.
- Garmin VHF radio is new, and it has a built in GPS which allows the Distress call feature.
- Uniden handheld VHF located in charging station. It also has a backup battery.
- ICOM single side band radio was reported to be working when boat was purchased.
- PA/Megaphone/Listener: Also contains ability to automatically broadcast different sound signals, simulating a horn. It has been used often for automated fog signals.
- AM/FM/CD radio: AUX feature is used to broadcast XM radio that comes into my Garmin Chart plotter by subscription.
- Exterior spotlight control
- Anchor Windlass control
- Allows raising and lowering of anchor chain from the pilothouse. There are also foot pedals on the bow to control the anchor.
- Garmin 5220 touch screen chart plotter, depth finder, radar, XM radio/weather receiver (pilot house)
- Garmin 4208 with button controls on fly bridge. Both systems are tied together on one network.
- Both Garmin chart plotters permit option for radar overlay of charts.
- Both Garmin chart plotters display weather overlays on charts. (Requires XM subscription)
- Tied into the Garmin network and is attached to the VHF radio antenna for receiving signals only.
Small Flat Screen TV (located on Bridge):
- Used to display alternative PC based chart plotter, using Coastal Explorer Software. Coastal Explorer displays pictures of actual charts whereas the Garmin is a graphical presentation. The computer will not go with the boat, but the TV screen will stay.
- JENN-AIR stove and oven. Grill on top with two burners.
- Toaster Oven
- Full size standup side by side refrigerator/freezer with door in door feature.
- Plenty of storage cabinets. One tall pantry cabinet with slide out trays for supply storage. All cabinets have swivel stops to prevent them from opening when underway.
- Two lazy boy recliner chairs.
- One-fold out sofa with matching foot stool.
- Master Stateroom
- Walk around queen bed
- Several built-in lockers
- Master bath has a bathtub/shower
- Guest Stateroom
- Two independent bunk beds
- Closet & several drawers
- Guest Bathroom
- Alternative access to the guest quarters from the Master State room or from the stairs to the pilothouse. This is what they call the Plan-B layout on the DeFever 49 RPH.
- Both bathrooms have electric toilets which connect to an Electro San waste treatment system. A Y-valve permits discharge or into a holding tank. The output of the Electro San is approved for most waters, except for those designated as “NO DISCHARGE ZONES”.
- Full Size – located in the aft of the engine room
Small Shop Table:
- Located in the engine room
Speed & Distance
LOA 49' 9"
Weight 66,000 #
Air Draft 21'
Twin Ford Lehman 135s
Freshwater 500 gallons in 2 250 gallon tanks
Fuel 800 gallons in 4 200 gallon tanks
Master Queen stateroom
Twin layered bunks forward
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