1969 Derecktor 68 CPMY
|Category||Motor Yachts, Downeast|
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
Entering the yacht either through the port and starboard steps from the aft cockpit or through the doors port and starboard on the forward edge of the pilothouse, you walk into a bright and open area that combines one of the main living spaces and helm of the yacht. Starting aft are opposing settees that surround a high-low table with expanding leaves, a good place for relaxing cocktails or even a formal dinner.
Forward of this seating area is a central island that houses a flat screen television that raises out of the island on the aft end. On the forward end of the island is a wet-bar with a refrigerator and ice-maker each side.
Forward again of the island is a large bench for the helm on centerline. The helm is wonderfully laid out with all modern navigation equipment (see electronics detail) and fabulous visibility.
Stern-most on the yacht is an open aft cockpit. This has steps each side up to the pilothouse forward and an opening transom door to the swim platform aft. Teak covering boards surround the cockpit. A box with engine controls, rudder control and bow thruster control make stern-to docking easy. A warping winch in the center of the transom coming aft make working lines in the cockpit very manageable.
Going forward on the starboard side of the pilothouse down a few steps you enter the main salon. A very traditional look with settee, chaise lounge and armchairs in a very bright space thanks to the three huge fixed ports port and starboard and a further three fixed ports forward.
Forward from the main salon down a few steps is the galley area. A fully fitted galley is to starboard with range, oven, refrigerator/freezer and sink. To port is a dinette with two benches and fixed table.
Forward from the galley is the forward cabin and head. The head with separate shower compartment first to port followed by the over/under bunks to starboard just forward of it. To port of the bunks is a huge bank of storage lockers and drawers.
Aft of the main salon down a few steps to port is the guest cabin. This is laid out with split berths divided by a center table and drawer set. Forward in the cabin is a large hanging locker.
Mid cabin/day head
Directly across the hallway from the mid cabin is the guest/day head with separate shower stall.
Aft-most is the owner/master cabin. Laid out with a central queen berth with bed side tables/drawers each side, a desk to starboard, huge storage to port, a hanging locker forward to port and access to the en-suite head/shower to starboard.
House electrical system - 12/24v system fed by eight house batteries
Shore power system - 110v/50 Amp
Generator system - Two (2) 22kW Onan generators
Battery charging systems - Acme transformer/Sentry 12/24v chargers that can be fed by shore power or generator systems.
|Hull/Deck Mechanical Systems|
Retractable 47-inch flatscreen TV in pilothouse
Main salon Samsung flatscreen TV
Guest cabin Samsung flatscreen TV
Aft owner's cabin Samsung flatscreen TV
Dinette Toshiba flatscreen TV
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.
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
Owner is looking for offers!
When you combine a builder with incredibly high standards of construction (Derecktor) with one of the most respected naval architects (Raymond Hunt), the result is a yacht with pedigree.
'Summer Song' has pedigree in droves. With her elegant, almost timeless lines, her famed deep V hull form and her traditional interior layout, 'Summer Song' is a vessel that commands respect from the most discerning yachtsman.
In addition to the pedigree that she has already, she has the massive benefit of having been extensively refit/rebuilt in 2008 with almost all new systems - electrical, hydraulic, plumbing, electronics, entertainment, stabilizers and engines. Nothing went untouched. This allows an easier ownership of a classic yacht without the ongoing headache of servicing/repairing classic systems.
'Summer Song' is a very special opportunity. Please call for further information and to schedule getting aboard.