Got Lucky is a extremely well cared for, maintained in New Condition by it's original owner vessel with low hours which can be cruised to Mexico or the Northwest with ease and comfort or you may also use it as a high Quality Condo. Designed By Jack Sarin with a Timeless design and built by the Symbol yard in Taiwan known for there solid glass hulls and exceptional interior Joinery. This fifty footer has the wonderful two stateroom layout with two queen berths and heads. You will be glad you took the time to look at this vessel which is absolutely turn key as it is the nicest Used 50 Pilot House, I have seen in years. It's priced right and ready for it's next adventure.
Please contact Art Brooks directly at (714)272-6900 for your personal showing. Appointment is necessary for the showing of this vessel and listing agent must be present for all showings.
Entering the vessel from the cockpit via the molded in swim step you see that the cock pit is ideal for line handling, fishing or large enough to place a table and chairs for cocktails or dining. Moving forward on the same level you, through a large stainless glass door you enter the salon.
The salon is large with two arm chairs to port and a custom settee to starboard and a oval cocktail table. Forward to port is the U shaped galley with a bar counter on the salon side with two bar stools. There is also a Viso flat screen TV located between the salon and galley allowing viewing from all locations in this area.
The U shaped galley is spacious with plenty of lockers and drawers and all needed equipment. The galley has Corian counters and double sinks, a Frigidaire Dishwasher, Boran trash compactor, Kenyon cooktop, Sharp convection microwave and a Tundra full sized refrigerator. To starboard of the galley, there is a Corian countered wet bar with stainless sink and a U-Line icemaker. Also located in the bar area you find a Sharp Mini Component System, GPX, DVD Player and Boses surround Speakers.
Up three steps from the salon area you find the pilot house with a large settee to port with a large teak table and center helm with the center helm seat. At the helm you have clear visibility to the front and side with large windows. The helm is well laid out with a full compliment of electronics and engine controls. Also in this area you have the water and fuel gauges and holding tank monitor, windless control, engine control and gauges, water maker control, intercom, generator and shore switching controls and the A/C and D/C panels.
Down six lighted steps you come to a platform with the guest head and VIP stateroom forward and down one step aft to the master stateroom.The VIP is large, light and has a queen sized center walk around bed with hanging lockers and cabinets and access to the guest head by a private door. The guest head has a vanity Vac-U-Flush head and large shower. From the platform moving aft you have a locker with the washer/dryer combo and access to a very large master stateroom. The master is a queen berth with a large hanging locker, make up vanity and loads of storage. The head is located to starboard which is full length of the stateroom with large shower, vanity with sink and Vac-U-Flush head.
Up five steps from the pilot house you enter the fly bridge through a glass door which is fully enclosed with canvas and eienglass. The helm is basically centerline with a duplication of electronics from the pilot house plus it's own stereo system. There is seating both to port and starboard and from the aft area of the enclose you find a 800lb Brower davit and tender plat form.