|Location:||Fort Lauderdale Florida United States|
|Beam:||16' 0" / 4.88 m|
|Max Draft:||5' 5" / 1.65 m|
|Cruising Speed:||20 knots|
|Max Speed:||23 knots|
|Fuel:||1068 gal Diesel|
|Water Capacity:||188 gallons|
Boarding FIRST CLASS from the gunwale there is a two step access ladder leading into the large Cockpit.
Set up to fish or cruise, FIRST CLASS has a fighting chair or table and chairs option for the centered chair pedestal.
The Cockpit sports a full compliment of fishing gear as listed below. The portside of center hinged door leads to the open and airy Salon.
The first thing you note is the attractive dark laminate bulkheads and cabinets with the off white upholstery shades and carpet. This gives FIRST CLASS a fresh modern look rarely seen in her sisterships.
To starboard is an L shaped settee and large storage ottoman. To port is a matching barrel chair and L shaped dining settee. The Galley has under counter appliances lending itself to a clean modern look. A 42” Sony TV can be seen by all in the Salon.
Slightly to port are four steps to below with an over under cabin to port connecting to the next forward Guest Head.
To starboard is the Master Cabin with a walk around queen size berth with nightstands and storage below. En suite is a full head and shower. Going forward is the Day Head door into the Guest Head.
All the way forward is a cabin with twin bunks, a third access door to the Guest Head and the yacht’s washer/dryer.
The Flybridge seats a crowd forward the aft helm, allowing for excellent visibility to the Cockpit.
The Foredeck has a crane and RIB tender greatly increasing the yacht’s flexibility while cruising.
The Salon is entered one step up and to port of centerline by a hinged door. Immediately to starboard is an L shaped sofa to seat four. A four cushion ottoman and reversible tops functions as a coffee table as well. Abundant storage is within.
Immediately to port is the yacht’s main electrical panel and switch panel behind a laminated doors.
Next forward is a swivel barrel chair followed by an L shaped dining settee to seat three with storage below and a Corian two leg table in front. The upholstery of the barrel chair and the dining settee match the couch.
The large side windows have white pleated shades. Above are five LED adjustable track lights and two Sony stereo speakers.
All the way forward to port is the yacht’s entertainment center with a Sony 42” LED TV, a Pioneer AV receiver and a Sanyo Blue Ray player.
The carpeted sole has a carpet runner in the traffic area. Upholstered valances hide the pleated shades when up.
Open to the Salon and to starboard is the updated Galley. Features include:
Sub Zero under counter freezer
Sub Zero under counter refrigerator
Stainless steel Kitchen Aid microwave w/work light
Under mount stainless steel sink w/Corian cover
(5) Laminate drawers
(5) Laminate cabinet doors
Pullout storage locker
Pleated side window shades
Overhead LED lighting
Down four carpeted steps are the Accommodations. A portside cabin with under/over berths to port, Master Suite to starboard, Guest Head day access to port and all the way forward is the Forward Cabin with over/under berths and the washer/dryer.
Outboard are upper and lower berths with two large drawers under the lower berth and opening porthole above the upper. The outboard hull liner is padded. Each berth has a directional reading light.
The aft bulkhead is mirrored. Inboard is a two drawer nightstand with Corian top. At the head of the berth is a cedar lined auto lit full length hanging locker.
All the way forward is the Guest Head door with a dressing mirror facing the cabin.
The sole is carpeted and there is one LED light fixture above. The cabin also has stereo speakers and a digital SMX air conditioning controller.
The Master Cabin is to starboard. It is entered from the forward end of the cabin with the queen size berth off the aft bulkhead.
The custom padded headboard has twin reading lights in the soffit above. There is a Corian topped nightstand either side of the berth with storage in the inboard nightstand.
Two drawers are at the foot of the berth with additional storage below the mattress.
A Corian shelf is outboard with a padded hull liner and opening porthole above.
At the foot of the berth is a full length cedar lined hanging locker. Just inboard is the Master Head door.
Also in this cabin are two stereo speakers, SMX digital AC controls, overhead LED light and a full size dressing mirror on the inside of the entry door.
Forward into the Master Head there is a two door vanity with a Corian countertop and a glass vessel sink above the countertop. Above is a two door mirrored medicine cabinet and soffit lights.
Next forward is a two shelf linen closet and a Vaccuflush toilet.
Inboard is a stall shower with a glass bifold door, handheld or wall mounted fixture, a light and a Hide-a-Line clothesline.
Also in the head is a vinyl tile floor and AC vent and an exhaust fan.
To port, the Guest Head has three entry doors, one from the Companionway and one from each cabin.
The vanity has one cabinet below and a Corian sink with a glass vessel sink above. A mirrored medicine cabinet is above the sink. The toilet is a Vaccuflush model.
The stall shower has a glass bifold door, a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a Hide-a-Line clothesline and a light.
Also in the head is a vinyl tile floor, an AC vent, an exhaust fan, a frosted opening porthole and overhead lighting.
All the way forward is a spacious cabin with the yacht’s Frigidaire laundry center just inside the entry door. Further forward are twin under/over bunks to starboard against a padded hull liner. There are two storage drawers below the lower bunk and an opening frosted porthole above the upper. Each bunk has a reading light.
The forward bulkhead is mirrored and has the access door into the rope locker.
To port is a two level Corian countertop with two drawers and two cabinets in the lower section and two sliding storage cabinets above. A frosted opening porthole is the padded hull liner.
An articulating mount for a 22” Sanyo LCD TV can face the berth.
The sole is carpeted. Two LED light fixtures, SMX digital AC controls and a deck hatch with hinged screen is above.
FIRST CLASS stands out amongst the crowded field of 48’ – 55’ Hatteras convertibles.
Her interior has been substantially updated and shows like a much newer boat.
Rigged to fish and cruise she excels at both!
Sensibly priced with lots of updates inside and out we invite you to view FIRST CLASS after seeing a few of her sisterships!
Boat was purchased in 2017 with 327 hours on the port and 724 hours on the starboard engine room meters. These hours were since overhaul. An Airbox inspection by a qualified Detroit Diesel mechanic proved the verbal reports from the seller. Since that time the current owner has put approximately 310 hours on each engine as evidenced by the digital hour meters in the new tachometers. So to the best of our ability to determine the engine hours are 637 port, 1034 starboard since rebuild.
Contact: Jeff Stanley
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