The 90 Hargrave enclosed bridge is the sensible option for the family to get away. Small enough to be handled by a competent captain and knowledgeable owner, or a crew of two. Ample storage, refrigeration, and freezer capacity for the Caribbean or New England trips. The cockpit has many uses, the engine room is roomy and cool. Multiple areas for relaxation gives everyone on board their space. The yacht was built for an experienced yachting family and has only had two owners over the past 19 years.
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The interior features a large salon that has L-shaped seating area aft to port and a coffee table in front. Opposite are two loose chairs with side table. Forward in this space is the large round dining table with seating for six. Opposite is the TV installed on a power life in the overhead. Built-in storage cabinets are forward of the dining table. Wine cooler near the table. Stairway to cabins in main salon.
The galley is forward to port with day head to starboard. Opposite is the stairway to the sky lounge and forward is the country kitchen style dining area with built-in seating.
There are port and starboad watertight doors for access to the side decks. The stairway down to the cabins forward to starboard.
All three guest cabins are aft and accessed from the aft stairway in the dining area. The master stateroom is aft and comes with a king size berth, very good storage in drawers and hanging lockers. His / hers bathrooms accessed from port and starboard with a common Whirlpool tub on centerline.
Forward to starboard in the guest area is the twin cabin which consists of two side-by-side single beds, with storage drawers and lockers. The head and separate stall shower are accessed aft.
The port cabin consists of a queen size bed installed outboard. Storage drawers and lockers. Head and separate shower are accessed aft.
Light cherry interior finish
Carpets throughout over teak and holly
GE 4-Burner stove
GE Side-by-Side refrigerator and freezer
JennAir propane BBQ on aft deck
Icemaker in door dispenser in galley freezer
Convection oven on main deck
U-Line wine chiller in salon
Central vacuum system
30-Gallon electric "Torrid" and 40-gallon "Atlantic" hot water heater
Watermakers, Inc. 1000 gpd watermaker
Gun-whale rod holders
Service air compressor
Glendinning aft deck engine controls with remote on boat deck
Built-in chest flybridge freezer
U-Line aft deck refrigerator
U-Line aft deck icemaker
Manitowoc flybridge icemaker
Hard top flybridge overhang
Air conditioned enclosed flybridge
Ground tackle anchors; (2) stainless-steel, (1) Bruce, (1) Plow with 350' each. Spare Fortress FX-37
Maxwell 3500 twin vertical electric windlass
Deck winches; Maxwell 2200 capstan in cockpit
Quick Lift aluminum dinghy davit with full power functions
MarQuipt aluminum gangway stairs
The flybridge is accessed from either the aft deck or up a stairway to starboard opposite the galley.
The helm is forward, centerline, with the controls, gauges, and electronics. There are twin helm chairs, a large L-shaped seating area starboard to port with a coffee table and two chairs opposite to port, with a console separating the helm from the guest area on the
centerline in which the TV is installed.
Aft on the flybridge is the boat deck that comes with a built-in console with sink and icemaker. Opposite to port is a built-in console with a chest freezer. The tender is stowed aft on centerline, and davit is aft to port. Opposite to starboard is the stairway leading down to the aft deck new non-skid and 4 chaise lounge chairs.
The aft deck is protected by the hard top. To port and starboard are steps leading to the cockpit and swim platform. Watertight door accesses the lazarette and engine room. TV installed on aft deck. Gas grill located on the stern.
Features a large table with built-in seating forward to port and table aft. Icemaker and refrigerator housed in a built-in cabinet on the aft deck. Port and starboard transom gates. Stairs to flybridge are starboard.
A fish box is located in the lazarette. There is storage and access on both outboard sides of the swim platform.
Danforth 8" compass
Simrad AP20 autopilot
Simrad Anritsu 96-mile radar
Garmin GPSMAP 5012
Garmin GPSMAP 5012 chart plotter
Furuno monitor chart plotter
(2) Standard Horizon AIS VHF
ICOM ICM59 VHF in galley
Furuno FCV-292 fish finder
Furuno FCV-292 Datamarine DM600 depth finder
Furuno FCV Sonar
Datamarine DM600 and GPS
Datamarine DM600 SW temp gauge
Dell computer with Nobeltec software
Samsung TV on power lift and Panasonic Blue Ray in salon
Sony TV with Sony VCR in skylounge, port and starboard guest cabins
Large TV in country kitchen dinette
Sharp TV in master stateroom
Sony surround sound receiver with Bose Lifestyle system in salon
Sirius Sportster satellite radio in skylounge
Pioneer CD/tuners in all guest and crew cabins
Elbex CCTV system, one camera on aft deck, one in engine room
New computer for Nobeltec
(2) 23" Touch screen monitors
Cabin voyage nav
TV and camera system
(1) 50-Amp 125 / 250 V shore receptacles
(2) 100-Amp forward and aft with aft on power reel - 250V shore receptacles
Twin Northern Lights generators with 4500 hours
Accessed from the cockpit via the lazarette. Standing headroom allows easy access to all of the machinery. The room is air conditioned, complete with full-size refrigerator, freezer, sink, rod storage, outrigger storage, and multiple closets for spare parts.
Engines are located midships, below salon sole
Twin Caterpillar 3214E main engines, 3,700 hours
High pressure fuel and oil lines
Exhaust muffler: Underwater outlets with by-pass's
Single lever Glendinning
5-Blade bronze propellers, 41" x 39"
Rudders: stainless-steel 32-1/4" x 21-1/2"
Naiad bow thruster - 7 blade propeller in 12" tube
Naiad over-size stabilizer with 29-1/2" x 43" fins
Northern Lights Aux 32 kW generator, 4,500 hours - generators located in port aft of engine room
2,904 gallons fuel tank - layout below:
10 knots: 16-gallons per hour
14 knots: 60-gallons per hour
485 gallons each, port and starboard in engine room
658 gallons, centerline below guest cabin sole
397 gallons, below crew companionway sole
878 gallons, below master stateroom hull
Life ring with no floating line
10-Man "EV" liferaft
(2) ACR electric remote operated search lights
(2) Aft facing cockpit lights
The crew area is accessed from the curved stairway leading from the galley dinette. This area consists of two cabins, both with upper and lower bunks outboard, and storage lockers and drawers. The port cabin has a head attached accessed aft. The starboard cabin head is accessed from the crew corridor. The corridor houses the washer and dryer, aft, and a large cupboard for storage.