|Name:||OCEAN GAMBLER II|
|Location:||Delray Beach Florida United States|
|Beam:||16' 2" / 4.93 m|
|Engine Model:||Series 60|
|Fuel:||685 gal Diesel|
|Water Capacity:||150 gallons|
All berths have decorative bedspreads and accent pillows.
VIP stateroom is forward and has a raised double berth with drawer storage beneath. The cabin is carpeted with closets forward to either side of the berth. On the cabin sides there are shelves at bed height with teak cabinets above on both sides. A Hitachi flat-panel TV. The forward bulkhead is a plexi mirror with a door that opens into the anchor locker. There is an overhead opening deck hatch that allows natural light and ventilation when needed. The door to the head is to the starboard side.
Both heads have SeaLand Vacu-flush freshwater heads and have Amtico laminate teak and holly soles, additionally both have separate shower stalls with hinged stainless and plexi doors. The heads have Corian vanities with under-mounted white ceramic sinks and brushed nickel faucet sets, as well as mirrored medicine cabinets. The guest head also has a doorway opening to the companionway.
Master stateroom is mid-ship to portside and had a walk-around queen berth with drawer storage beneath as well as cabinet storage beneath mattress. Nightstand with cabinet storage below is to the right side of berth. Here is mounted a 12v stereo for this stateroom. Teak cabinetry is along the outboard side of the cabin and there is a large hanging locker to the forward end of these cabinets. A Hitachi flat-panel TV is wall mounted, plus there is a JVC DVD-3 disc stereo/player. Carpeted sole and a mirrored wall panel behind the headboard. The master head has private entry to this stateroom and is similarly finished as the guest head with a larger shower compartment which includes a bench seat.
The Guest stateroom is midship to the starboard side. There is a large hanging closet and a cabinet of drawers outboard. The top of the cabinet has a table lamp also a Coby flat panel TV. A double berth is just below with the foot of the bed in a enclosed area. The stateroom is carpeted.
Contact: Joe Majcherek
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