1996 Offshore 58 Pilot House
|Category||Pilothouse, Flybridge, Motor Yachts|
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|Location||San Diego, CA|
Iridium Sat Phone-2016
Both Autopilot control heads were replaced-2016
600' of rode added to the secondary bow anchor-2016
300' of chain on the primary anchor
Indoor and outdoor lounges were reupulstered-2016
Upgraded outdoor stereo-2016
Added underwater lights-2016
Added courtesy lights-2016
Hydraulic forward and rear thrusters upgraded in 2015 for additional power
PDQ WIFI and Cell Expander 2016
All batteries (start and house) replaced 2015/2016
All upholstery inside and out replaced in 2016
Added Underwater lights and camera 2016
|Manufacturer Provided Description|
|The Offshore 58 Pilothouse features a solid hand-laminated fiberglass hull with epoxy barrier coat, and hand-laminated fiberglass deck and superstructure. All Offshore yachts feature well thought-out details such as covered walkaround decks for maximum safety and comfort as well as window frames, doors, and hatches made of gelcoated fiberglass so they can't corrode like aluminum or rot like wood. Offshore hull design features a generous beam and finely veed and deep forefoot that gradually tapers to a 12-degree deadrise at the transom. This design produces a hull that is quick to get on plane and knifes cleanly through waves and chop throughout the speed range.|
The 16'10" beam provides an unusally spacious and comfortable interior. Large windows provide 360 degree views on all sides. Five windows open for natural ventilation, and the double sliding doors combine the indoor and outdoor living areas. Air conditioning and hydronic diesel-fueled heat provide year-round comfort in any climate. The interior is beautifully finished in Burmese teak with a satin finish.
The salon had a major updating in 2015, including a new headliner, new LED lighting, new custom settee, new carpet, and $10,000 in entertainment systems. The original bar, icemaker and bar stools were removed, to elongate the port settee. It can now accommodate up to 8 people, and slides out to convert to a large berth. The updated layout is now more similar to the popular Offshore 62.
The large U-shaped galley offers an expansive work area, but the cook can fully enjoy the views or converse with guests. It features high quality appliances, and excellent storage.
The pilothouse provides an exceptional view, and is laid out for efficiency and convenience underway. The twin Stidd helm chairs will have you and your companion riding in style, and separate air/heat will keep you comfortable in any climate. The pilothouse dinette is an ideal place to serve lunch underway while enjoying the views, or to serve appetizers for a cocktail party. The pilothouse also serves as the control station for most of the vessel's systems.
The full-beam Master Stateroom is ideally located amidships, where the ride is most quiet and comfortable...whether underway or at anchor. It features a custom layout with an extra-large island berth, walk-in closet, and extra large stall shower! The 68" x 80" berth is the same length as a king, and 8" wider than a queen.
The ensuite head is very spacious, and features the following:
The VIP Guest Stateroom is forward with a queen island berth, custom decor, and dual boxed portlights with curtains and screens. There is private access to the guest head.
The guest stateroom features upper and lower single bunks, with new custom foam cushions and covers (2015)
The guest head is accessible for day use, or privately from the VIP stateroom.
The yacht was previously kept on freshwater lakes in the Seattle area, and the engine room was heated to keep it dry and minimize condensation/rust. The boat has always been well cared for, and the machinery looks like a vessel a fraction of her age!
|FB and boatdeck|
|Tankage and plumbing|
All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items. Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property, however, such personal property is excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.
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.
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
|Hull Shape||Deep Vee|
WA Residents>>sales tax previously paid
New to market>>full time captain>>incredible condition>>turn key!
Ready to cruise!
Experienced Yachtsmen will agree that the Offshore 58 is one of the ultimate cruising yachts of all time. Designed by famed naval architect Bill Crealock, her wide beam, low center of gravity and solid construction give her unsurpassed safety, stability and comfort at sea. Her graceful, timeless lines make her a head-turner in any harbor. Her layout is expansive and features are practical, yet the level of fit and finish is breathtaking. She is truly an elegant yacht in every regard.
This Offshore 58 is powered by the preferred 600 HP 3176 CAT diesels, with only 2272 original hours. She is loaded with most every desirable option, including Wesmar hydraulic stabilizers, hydraulic bow & stern thrusters, Sea Recovery watermaker, 4-zone reverse-cycle air conditioning, Webasto hydronic diesel heating, 8KW and 12 KW Northern Lights gensets, 2500 watt inverter system, AGM batteries, dual retractable shorepower cords, 14' Rendova tender with 50HP Yamaha outboard, 1500 lb davit, Switlik 8-man canister liferaft, teak cap rails, teak cockpit, swimstep and flybridge decking, twin Stidd helm seats at both stations, (4 total); and a long list of electronics. The custom 68"x 80" master berth is nearly king-sized. The walk-in closet, stacked washer & dryer and central vac make her as comfortable and livable as can be.
She's spent her first 18 years in Seattle, Washington, where she was a fresh water boat for most of the time. The engine room was heated, keeping it dry and minimizing rust or corrosion. Always receiving the best of care, she looks like a boat that is half her age.
The current owner has made the following upgrades starting in 2016: Oil coolers were updated by CAT, oil samples taken with clean (green) results, exhaust system was replaced from the risers to the bulkheads, fuel coolers were added for running in warmer water, stabilizer rams were rebuilt, new Simrad radar, chart