54' 1989 CAMARGUE 54 COCKPIT MOTOR YACHT
Huge Spacious Aft Cabin - Very Capable Coastal Cruiser Excellent - LIVE ABOARD! This Motoryacht was built by Camargue Company Ltd. She is based on the Camargue 42 Motoryacht but was extended 6 ft. to accommodate the rear salon, which allows for increased performance due to the longer waterline length and provides better access to the water for fishing, swimming and other water sports. She is 54 ft Overall. The Camarque is regarded as a well built, good looking boat with above average build quality and attention to detail. General walk through: The salon and dining area are entered on centerline from the aft deck and down four steps. Forward of the salon and down three steps, is the galley, with full size refrigerator /freezer. The guest stateroom is in the bow and features a private head with shower. Moving aft from the salon down three steps on starboard, you will find the master stateroom with a private head and stall shower.
Forward Guest Cabin: The forward or guest stateroom features an island double berth with drawers and storage beneath. There are built-in steps on the port and starboard side of the berth for easier access. A hanging locker is aft on starboard and the head is opposite on port. Island Double Berth w/(4) Drawers & Additional Storage Underneath Air Conditioning System 240V Outlets 12V & 240V Lighting (3) Steps Port & Starboard of the Berth (2) 12V Reading Lights Rode Locker Behind Mirrored Dbl Doors FORWARD HEAD Vent Fan Large Mirror 240V Outlet Stall Shower w/Curtain Porcelain Sink W/Storage Under Counter Port & Starboard Shelves on Hull Sides w/Fiddles Bed Spread & Accent Pillows Port & Starboard Opening Ports in Hull w/Privacy Curtains (1) Overhead Hatch w/Cover and Hinged Screen Large Lighted Hanging Locker Full Mirror on Cabin Door Bilge Access Hatch Towel Rack Shower Sump Opening Port w/Privacy Curtain Additional Storage Locker Master Aft Cabin: The aft stateroom is roomy and well thought-out featuring a centerline island queen berth. A large hanging locker is forward on port while additional cabinets and drawers are built-in down the starboard side of the cabin. Across the forward end of the stateroom are two enormous hanging lockers with cabinets above. The head is forward on port while additional cabinets and drawers are built-in down the port side of the cabin, along with a dressing table, mirror and chair. Plenty of natural light is available via port and starboard sliding windows and two very large aft opening ports which also act as emergency escape hatches. Centerline Island Queen Berth w/2 Drawers 2 Bowmar 24” Hatches in Transom w/Curtains Bilge access Hatch Stbd Built-In Storage Consisting of 5 Upper Cabinets w/Hinged Doors, 4 Drawers, 4 Lower Cabinets w/Hinged Doors & Large Hanging Locker w/Light, 2 Upper Storage Cabinets w/Doors Above Hanging Lockers Air Conditioning System 12V Reading Light Port & Starboard Sliding Side Windows w/Curtains AFT HEAD Stall Shower w/Folding Door Shower Sump 12V & 240V Lighting Vent Fan Large Mirror 240V Outlet Removable Carpet over Sole Port Side Built-In Storage w/4 Upper Cabinets w/Hinged Doors, Mirror, Fold Away Dressing Table w/Hinged Doors, Vanity Stool 2 Large Hanging Lockers on the Forward Head Porcelain Sink w/Storage under 1 Additional Storage Locker 1 Sliding Window w/Privacy Curtain Storage Cabinet over sink w/Hinged door Towel Rack Mahogany Trim.
Upon entering the salon and dining area, the first thing you notice is the beautiful Philippine mahogany woodwork. There are windows across the front and down the sides of the salon area which gives a bright open feeling and allows for scenic views onto the water. As you enter, a large wrap around sofa is to port with the lower helm just forward. The lower helm is quite unique with it’s roll away top and pocket doors. When the helm is not in use and the panels are closed, the unit appears to be a desk or storage cabinet. When needed, simply roll back the top and slide the two pocket doors into their slots and you have your helm ready to use. Opposite of the helm, on starboard, there is a built-in entertainment cabinet with bottle storage and map storage cabinets. The ship’s electrical panels are located on the side of the lower helm station. Settee Mahogany & Holly Sole AC/DC Electrical Panels (2) Small Storage Lockers Engine Access Hatches Hide-Away Lower Helm w/Roll Top & Pocket Door LOWER HELM Unique Hide-Away Lower Helm Console w/Roll-away Top & Pocket Doors VDO Engine Gauges: Tach, Volt, Temp, Oil Pressure, Transmission Pressure Audible Engine Alarms Hydraulic Steering Morse Engine Controls Air Conditioning System Overhead Teak Handholds 12v & 240v Lighting Intercom Phone Mini Blinds (2) Stereo Speakers Courtesy Lighting Mahogany Steps w/Teak Handrail Aft to Master Stateroom Mahogany Steps w/Teak Handrail LOWER HELM Compass Trim Tab Controls Hart Tank Tender for Fuel, Water & Holding Tanks Windlass Controls Engine Stop & Start Switches.
- Ritchie 6' Compass
- Robertson Autopilot
- Northstar 952X GPS Navigator
- Furuno FCV-582 Color Video Sounder
- Search Light
- ICom IC-M700 S.S.B. Transceiver and Standard Horizon Eclipse+VHF
- Charles Intercom System
- Mathers engine controls and Whistle Minder Horn System
- Magnavox GPS Navigator
- (5) Batteries
- Battery Charger
- Northern Lights Generator
- Four (4) auto/manual electric bilge pumps with high water alarm and sump pump.
- Fixed Fire Boy System - for engine compartment
- Four (4) B-I Fire Extinguisher and raw and fresh water washdowns
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