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1993 Giorgi 46

NOK  912 329*
Prisreduksjon NOK  91 324 (jul 20)
Crownsville, Maryland
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Vey well constructed and a head turner! Unique in every way!

To motorer / diesel
Crownsville, MD
Aktuell pris:
US$ 99 900 (NOK  912 329) 

"Our Joy" just had a great price reduction to bring her under 100K! She is turn key for cruising the Chesapeake and beyond!

She is a custom refit Giorgi yacht, Built in Italy. She was launched on 5/6/2020 after being completely detailed and bottom painted at Smiths Marina in Crownsville, MD. Come by to take a look at her in the water today (Complementary demo rides by request). She is a pleasure to operate and feel the difference a high quality Italian yacht presents!

Showings will be by yourself with your questions being answered via phone or we could do a video walkthrough on line!  A survey has also been just produced for buyer review as the Giorgi has been going through stages of refit, which the surveyor has been consulting in its progress. This is a very unique yacht, with great lines and lots of interior and exterior room to relax and enjoy! She is beautiful and ready for her next owner.

With her low hour (693 original hours) Caterpillar 3208 (450 HP) diesels, she cruises effortlessly at 26 knots and tops at 31 knots! She also had an oil change yesterday (6/14/2020 and is turn key for the summer!)

Take a look at her european style and simplicity, she turns heads everywhere she goes! Sleeps 4 in 2 cabins and even has a crew quarters in her aft deck!

Owner comments:

 Our Joy renovation story By Jay Greene, Seller:

In 2014, my 89 year old father said to me, “we should have a boat.”

His last boat was a 53 Hatteras flybridge motor yacht named Big Joy. He sold her in 2003 after he suffered a heart attack while cruising her back to Florida from a summer on the Chesapeake. My last boat was a 47 Chris Craft flush deck motor yacht that we sold in 2007 so that I could spend more time on the renovation of our c1880 Victorian project home. That project was behind me, so I was looking for a new challenge.

We had eliminated flybridge boats from our search because he could not climb a ladder to enjoy the upper helm seating. We were looking for a cruising boat with a minimum of stairs, which eliminated trawlers. He needed the stability of a large boat. Imagine at 90 years old, stepping onto the gunwale of a small boat and having it move drastically, causing a fall. We needed a larger boat! A 63 Burger would be very nice, but they were beyond our reach.

I was attracted to this 46 foot Italian made Giorgi twin diesel performance cruiser. It checked off all the boxes for us. Large enough to be comfortable, easy on, easy off and air conditioning for Dad (because he is getting up in years). A frost free fridge, separate staterooms and easy to handle lines for the ladies. I wanted fiberglass, powerful diesels and something impressive that would be worth my effort. I was impressed with her lines, her raked stern and european cachet. The hardware and fitment were top notch. She appeared to have good bones. The huge hardtop and cockpit would be perfect to enjoy the water environment and yet be protected from the sun. I could imagine us al fresco dining and entertaining aboard.

She had sunk in 2010 in her slip in Kent Narrows and was salvaged by John Patnovick at Worton Creek Marina. He intended to make her his fun Bay boat. The twin Caterpillars were pickled immediately and then she was set aside for a thorough renovation. He knew that a 46 ft Italian made sport cruiser with a pair of 435 hp turbo intercooled diesels cruising at 25 kts would make a great impression on the Bay. But he had moved on to other projects and this beauty was now available and priced right.

We agreed to buy her if she ran. We hired an engine surveyor from Alban Cat in Annapolis. He determined that even though the engines ran well, we should have them completely rebuilt to Caterpillar specs. That is Caterpillar’s expensive recommendation to avoid any liability in commercial use. The engines went under water with just 411 hours, so they were still relatively new. The recreational use of about 50 hours per season and annual oil changes would keep these engines happy for many many years.

With a friend along for support, the next day we cruised her up the bay to Summit North Marina to have her hauled and begin our renovation closer to home. I carefully removed and cleaned
every piece of soft goods and removed the basic wiring. Every wire had absorbed salt water and was corroded its entire length. This project is not a simple remove and replace. Instead, it is remove, clean, re-design and retrofit. I had restored numerous cars, RVs, boats and houses by now, so I was comfortable with my abilities.

Originally a euro 240v AC, 24v DC, with a 9 kW generator, relays and rectifiers, she would become USA ABYC compliant, 120v AC, 12v and 24v DC with a 6 kW generator and 3 kW inverter. She would be completely modernized with LED lighting, NMEA 2000 network and a glass bridge.

The goal for our first season was to have a reliable runabout. I would need to design a battery and charging system for the 12v house and 24v engine batteries with shore power, and an engine starting system with gauges and navigation. I consulted with Engler Electronics, Blue Sea Systems, Peter Kennedy Yacht Services and attended numerous Power Boat Shows to learn my options.

After the first winter of renovation (600 hours) and one season of running, we had a safe, fun, great big runabout with fancy dual touch screen monitors. I discovered that the Fugawi software was inadequate, so we upgraded to Maretron software, GPS and tank sensors. It was far better in this application and a justification for using PCs. The installed Reverso oil change system makes annual oil changes a breeze. My surveyor was impressed with my work. He said that very few renovation projects make it this far.

The second winter’s goals after another 600 hours saw other important amenities completed: the refrigerator, microwave, hot water and cooktop for the galley, new CruisAir air conditioning, new fresh water flush Jabsco toilets, update the waste system, repair the anchor winch, install the new Mase generator and add Furuno radar and a second solid state mil spec PC for redundancy. We upgraded to Timezero Trident navigation software too. This sounds like a lot, but it is mostly a matter of building on the primary wiring and design work that preceded it.

The third winter saw the replacement of the crazed and discolored acrylic windshield with tempered glass and new hydraulics from Bitecnomare in Italy for the beautiful teak and stainless steel passerelle that is used for aft boarding or elegant de-swimming. A new stereo and TV system that is integrated with the bridge’s LAN was added. New vinyl covers with extra padding on all the cockpit seating and new canvas all around makes her look and sound like new!

Now all we do is enjoy the fruit of our efforts. Unfortunately, Dad can’t move so well at 94 years of age. As much as he would like to be aboard, he can’t do it anymore, so this was his last season. We have agreed to sell her while she is very much like new and let a new owner love her like we did.

For immediate email contact: or text me @ 443-223-7864 cell for service and showing instructions on any of my listings *** "To make an offer on any of my beautiful listings, please call me to have an electronic Yacht Purchase and Sale Agreement emailed to you immediately" My customers & clients will tell you I am direct, honest and fair. I love to sell previously owned yachts that are very well maintained and priced fairly. I look forward to working with you! Please email your questions directly to me for a quick response. All questions answered asap!

All email offers encouraged with follow up signed yacht purchase and sale agreement and 10% deposit to be held in Escrow. Yacht View is a 50/50 corresponding brokerage.

Please contact John Kaiser for her complete history details and to arrange your personal inspection. I can be always be reached @ 443-223-7864 cell anytime or email to

Thank you for considering my professional Brokerage service. I work equally helping you either sell or purchase your yacht.

If you would like to be pre-qualified for marine financing, please contact each of the following Marine finance representatives for a competitive quote. All lenders are locally based in the Annapolis area and offer slightly different programs and rates based on your specific needs and credit history. Remember, many boats qualify as second home mortgage deductions and many times you may incorporate your state's "Use Tax" into the loan! 

I would highly recommend the following lenders: Laurie Kiser @ 443-223-8425, Dave Trostle @ 410.268.1545, Jane Tayman @ (888) 386-3121 (These professionals will pre-qualify your financing needs to prepare your budget for your yacht purchase. Be certain to let them know I referred you!) 

For your Marine Insurance I would highly recommend Al Golden, President & Agent @ 800-541-4647

Feel free to interview these local Marine Surveyors I have worked with for many years: Mike Previti of 410-610-8761, Todd Taylor Marine Surveyor, 410-725-1641 Reno Panico, Atlantic Seaboard Marine Surveyors, 301-807-7593, Tarn Kelsey, Kelsey Marine Survey, 410-353-3822, Jim McGlincy of Bay Shore Marine Surveys @ 410-808-3849. Also contact for a complete list of SAMS or for NAMS surveyors nationwide. Always interview your surveyor and ask them for sample reports!

Local Yacht Detailing and management: Williams Yacht Management Company @ Email: 410-268-1634

Local Mobile Interior and Cushion Cleaning: Annapolis ChemDry, "Josh" @ 410-255-8200. 

Local Marine Service on Systems, electronic and general repair: Steve Catz @ 410-231-3191 or his web site @ or Patrick at Marine Electric Systems @ 443-790-5783 or

Local Marina: Smiths Marina, Crownsville, MD. 35T travel lift, excellent service including fiberglass repair, bottom service and land/water storage. Contact Rick or Valerie Smith, 410-923-3444.

Local Marine Mechanics, both gas and diesel: Ken Navis/Severn River Marine Services @ 410-923-1373, Jeff Leitch/Kim Starr/Bay Shore Marine Engine Service/ @ 410-263-8370

And remember....."Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So...throw off your bowlines...Sail away from the safe harbor...Catch the trade winds in your sails.....Explore! Dream! Discover!" (Mark Twain)

*Yacht View Brokerage LLC is always interested in very well maintained yachts to list, market & sell. Call John Kaiser for a detailed current market appraisal of your yachts market value @ 443-223-7864 anytime!

Please contact John Kaiser at 4432237864

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