|Location:||Lighthouse Point Florida United States|
|Model:||Flybridge Motoryacht w/Extension|
|Beam:||19' 0" / 5.79 m|
|Max Draft:||5' 8" / 1.73 m|
|Engine Model:||85Y STP|
|Fuel:||1000 gal Diesel|
|Water Capacity:||500 gallons|
Boarding is onto COQUETTE’S port or starboard side deck rail breaks and onto the Aft Deck. The spacious Aft Deck has both loose and fixed seating. The Aft Deck is a full X' long.
A large centerline door leads to the Salon. To starboard is a large U shaped couch and table. To port is a bank of cabinets, two drink refrigerators and a JVC 39” LED TV.
Up two steps is the Galley to starboard dinette to port and forward to starboard a lower station.
Forward and down three steps are three cabins. The VIP with private head is forward.
To starboard is a two bunk cabin with a laundry center.
To port are twin lower berths and a head with two access doors.
Aft from the Salon down seven curved steps is the Engine Room and aft to the private Master Cabin.
The Flybridge is accessed from steps on the Aft Deck. The Helm Area and adjacent seating are covered with an FRP hardtop.
A custom seating area is two steps up with a five person sun lounge furthest aft.
Note: The interior soft goods including the mattresses were new in 2016.
The Salon is entered via a sliding dark glass stainless steel trimmed door on centerline.
Two steps down is the Salon area with a very large Ultra Suede U shaped sofa to starboard. There is ample storage under the sofa. Twin table lamps are in the corners of the sofa with large opening side windows above. A coffee table with twin matching upholstered stools lies in front of the sofa.
To port is a bank of eight drawers with two E Wave drink or wine refrigerators built in. A large countertop above has a 39” JVC LED TV and a built in Sony AM/FM/CD player above. Matching windows with full drapes are above. Also in this area are blue LED lights in the valance, Sony cube speakers, digital AC controls and aft are steps to the Master Cabin and Engine Room.
Above are nine AC/DC light fixtures and four AC vents. The sole below is carpeted.
Forward up two steps from the Salon is the Galley. It is principally to starboard with a dinette to port.
Features of the Galley include:
Teak & holly sole
Full size Kitchen Aid oven
(2) Two burner Radiant heat glass cooktops under a hinged Corian top
Stainless steel sink w/starboard covers
Newer faucet w/pullout sprayer
GE Nautilus dishwasher
GE (2) door stainless steel fridge w/water & ice in door
Built in GE coffeemaker
Built in GE toaster oven
GE Avantium microwave convection oven w/fan & work light behind (2) cabinet doors
Work light over sink
(10) Cabinet doors, (1) w/(3) drawers behind
(2) Cutouts for storage w/sea rails
Opening side window
Fluorescent ceiling fixture
To port from the Galley is a large U shaped Ultra Leather settee with storage below. Seating is for six with a foldout table and three drawers within behind an inward facing cabinet door.
Outboard is an opening side window.
Forward are two lift up storage cuddies that offer a surprising amount of storage. The wraparound stainless steel windshield offers a huge amount of light in this area.
Overhead are four lights. The sole is teak and holly to match the Galley.
The Lower Helm is to starboard immediately in front of the Galley.
Robertson AP 45 autopilot
Naiad stabilizer controls
Stainless steel helm wheel
Teleflex single lever engine controls
(2) Teleflex/Yanmar i5500 digital engine gauges
Raymarine ST60+ rudder angle indicator
Trim tab controls
Bow thruster controls
Sea Recovery watermaker controls
Heart interface inverter controls
ACR searchlight controls
Navigation electronics DC breaker panel
Between the Lower Helm and the Dining Area are seven teak steps leading to the Forward Accommodation. The Main AC electrical panel is along the way. The sole of this area is varnished and has two access panels into the forward bilge.
To port is a dual access head to serve as the Day Head. Aft to port is a twin lower berth cabin. To starboard is an upper lower cabin with the yacht’s laundry. Forward is the VIP Cabin.
The VIP Cabin is almost equal in size to the Master Cabin due to the deck access Crew Cabin being further forward.
A queen size berth is on centerline with upholstered headboards set upon five mirrored panels. Twin swing arm reading lights are affixed to the mirrors. Cabinets port and starboard serve as nightstands with one cabinet door each.
Aft to port are three cabinets going aft with a countertop above. Next aft is a vanity area with a flip up storage and two large mirrored cabinets above. Just forward is an inset opening stainless steel porthole with drapes and rope lights.
Starting forward to starboard are two cabinets below the countertop with a matching porthole and drapes above.
Next aft is a half height hanging locker and the entrance to the private head.
Other features of the VIP Cabin include:
Highly varnished sole
Raised step to access the berth, port & starboard
Hatch into forward bilge
Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo
Phillips CD player
Sharp 20” LCD TV
Overhead deck hatch w/cover
(2) Drawers under the berth
Custom inner spring mattress
Digital AC controls
(6) Overhead AC/DC lights
(4) Stereo speakers
The VIP Head has a varnished sole, vanity with a single cabinet below and a cultured marble sink and countertop above. An opening stainless steel porthole is flanked by two mirrored storage cabinets.
The toilet is an upgraded Vacuflush model.
The stall shower has a bifold glass door, a teak grate sole, a bench, storage shelf and a handheld or wall mountable fixture. Also in the head are AC and DC lights, a clothesline, exhaust fan and a GFCI outlet.
Entered via the forward end, the Starboard Cabin has upper and lower bunks each with a reading light on the inboard bulkhead with the upper berth able to fold down to make a daybed. Outboard is a large hanging locker followed by a recessed desk with a swingout stool and furthest aft bookshelves to store all of the yacht’s manuals.
The desk has a pullout file drawer and drawer behind a cabinet door.
Inboard behind twin doors is a stacked Kenmore washer/dryer unit.
Also in this cabin is a varnished sole, digital AC controls, a 15” Sony TV, a Sony AM/FM/CD player, speakers, AC and DC lights and an opening porthole behind full drapes.
The Forward Guest Head has two entry doors, one from the Companionway and one from the Portside Cabin. This allows it to serve both forward cabins as well as the Day Head.
The sole is varnished. The vanity has one storage cabinet below as well as a molded cultured marble countertops and sink above. Two mirrored medicine cabinet doors flank an opening stainless steel porthole.
The toilet is an upgraded Vacuflush model. The stall shower has a glass bifold door, teak grate sole, a seat, a storage cuddy and a wall mountable or handheld fixture.
Also in the head are AC and DC lights, an exhaust fan and a GFCI outlet.
The Port Guest Cabin is entered via the forward end with two twin berths going aft. A two drawer nightstand is between.
The upholstered headboard is full beam with a three panel mirrored bulkhead above.
Each berth has a reading light. Above the inboard berth are four cabinets. Above the outboard berth are two storage cuddies and an opening stainless steel porthole behind full drapes.
At the foot of the outboard berth is a full height hanging locker with auto light.
Also in the cabin is a 15” Sony TV, a Sony AM/FM/CD, five speakers, three overhead lights and an AC vent.
From the aft portside end of the Salon there are seven curved steps leading to the Master Cabin. Along the way is a lit art niche.
At the bottom of the stairs forward is the Engine Room. Two storage lockers are within the hallway. Aft behind a door is the private Master Cabin.
Entered from the forward end there is a queen size berth off of the aft bulkhead. The mattress is a custom innerspring mattress.
Either side of the berth are twin nightstands with lift up rudder and steering gear access below.
The berth has an upholstered headboard with a center escape hatch into the Lazarette area. Port and starboard are mirrored panels with swing arm reading lights.
To the port of the berth are two cabinets with four drawers within and a countertop above with a Phillips DVD player and a large deadlight behind drapes.
Next forward is a large two door walk in locker. Within is a rack of six RCA Sat receivers.
Centerline in the stateroom is a 20” RCA LED TV and a cabinet below with two shelves and three drawers within.
Next outboard to starboard is access to the private Master Head.
The portside of the Master has two cabinets with two drawers each within flanking a vanity with a lift up top. Above is a large deadlight with drapes and rope lights. Aft to both port and starboard are storage cabinets.
The Master Head has a vanity with one cabinet below, a cultured marble counter with a molded sink above.
An opening porthole, storage cuddy and a mirrored medicine cabinet is above.
The toilet is an upgraded Vacuflush model. The large stall shower has a glass bifold door, teak grate sole, seat, handheld or wall mountable shower fixture and a clothesline within. Also in the head is an exhaust fan, GFCI outlet and three overhead lights.
Accessed from the Foredeck only, the Crew Cabin for two has the following features:
4 Step teak tread ladder from Foredeck
(2) 6’ 6” berths, (1) port, (1) starboard w/locker between
Sink w/handheld shower
(2) Opening portlights
Vanity w/cabinet below
(2) Overhead lights
Hatch access from Aft Deck
4 Rung ladder access
3 Shelf storage area
Super Winch 24V electric winch to lower/raise swim platform & tender
Blowers for Lazarette
(5) Drawers Craftsman toolbox
(2) Bennett hydraulic actuators for Jet Ski pods
DC & AC lighting
(10) Drawer wooden storage chest
Electric Equipment in Lazarette:
(2) 12V 8D batteries in series (24 volt) to run all (3) tender retrieval systems
Pronautic 24 volt 30 amp battery charger
120 Volt sub panel w/(12) breaker protected circuits
12 Volt sub panel w/(8) breaker protected circuits
Lean Marine windlass control box
(2) 15 KVA Acme transformer w/boost option
(2) 50 Amp service connections w/(4) analog voltmeters
2006 15’ AB RIB tender w/70 HP Yamaha 4 stroke engine
Garmin fish finder/GPS
Storage under bow seat
Folding aft seat
(3) Popup cleats
Yamaha gauge package
Battery shutoff switch
Handrail at console
Accessed via seven steps from the portside of the Aft Deck the Flybridge has two levels. There is an L shaped seat with removable Sunbrella cushions starboard and a raised seat with removable Sunbrella cushions to port (cushions new 2019). The helm is centerline with a single Pompanette helm seat.
Features of this area include:
Fiberglass nonskid deck
Perko deck lights
Storage under the starboard seating
3 Side clear vinyl enclosure w/(4) U Zips (new 2018)
Fold down drink holders
Portside storage cabinet w/“Scotsman” commercial icemaker, storage cabinet & sink under a hinged top
Fiberglass hardtop w/stainless steel handrails & 12V overhead lights
Hinged door w/sliding hatch
LED light bar facing forward sun pad area
(2) Stereo speakers
Stainless steel helm wheel
Teleflex electronic clutch & throttle controls
(2) Teleflex/Yanmar i5500 digital engine controls
Interphase Iscan V90 forward looking sonar
(2) Raymarine E-120 widescreen plotter/depth/radar screens
(2) Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF w/DSC
Bow thruster joystick
Robertson F200 autopilot remote
ACR searchlight control
Naiad stabilizer controls
Raymarine ST60 rudder angle indicator
Raymarine ST60 wind meter
Ritchie 5” magnetic compass
Bennett trim tab controls
Maxwell windlass control Auto 500C w/counter for forward windlass
Engine start/stop controls
Kenwood AM/FM/DC stereo
(2) Steps aft & up from Flybridge
Fiberglass nonskid decking
L shaped FRP seats w/removable Sunbrella cushions
Triangular adjustable height FRP table
4 Place Sun Lounge all the way aft w/stainless steel safety railing
Completely custom and found on no other 65/70 Johnson
900 HP Yanmar engines installed 2005
Naiad stabilizers model 252
(6) Cruise Air AC compressors, (4) 14K BTU, (2) 16K BTU
Sea Recovery 600 GPD watermaker w/oil/water separator & low pressure filter
Yanmar engine electronics in covered box w/window
(2) Racor P50 series filters for fuel polishing
(2) Racor 500 series filters for generators
(2) Racor dual 1000 series filters for main engines
(2) Stewart Warner Fuel priming pumps
(6) Racor vacuum gauges
(2) Sure Flow DC water pumps for steering & stabilizer cooling
Sea chest style raw water intakes for main engines, generators & AC system
Grundfos X 110 volt house water pump
Par Max 12 volt house water pump
Fiberglass wrapped exhaust w/blue mylar hoses
Twin Disc transmissions 2:04 to 1 ratio (new 2005)
High water alarm system
(2) 110 Volt Engine Room fans
DC Engine Room blowers
(2) i5500 Yanmar engine gauges in Engine Room
Fireboy fire suppression system
Hynautic steering reservoir
Fuel manifold system
Tides dripless shaft seals
AC fluorescent lighting
DC LED lighting
Site gauges on fuel tanks
35 Gallon hot water heater
Y valve at each head
(5) Bilge pumps
2 ¾” Stainless steel shafts
12” Wesmar Electric bow thruster
Stabilizer fins are 24” x 46”
(2) Dometic raw water pumps for AC
110/220 Volt AC system
12/24 Volt DC system
Onan 21.5 KW genset w/4179 hours, new 2003
Onan 11.5 KW genset w/1403 hours, new 2003
Heart inverter 1500 KW charter/inverter
5 Battery shutoff switches
Battery parallel system
Sentry 24 volt 40 amp battery charger
Sentry 12 volt 60 amp battery charger
Sentry 24V 250 amp charger for bow thruster & windlass
(1) Generator start battery
(4) 8D Batteries for house/(4) 8D batteries for engine start
(2) 50 Amp shore cord inlets
Main AC electrical panel with:
(27) 110V breaker protected circuits
(6) 220V breaker protected circuits
(2) Analog voltmeters
(2) Analog amp meters
Main Line 50 amp circuit w/shore/gen/inverter selector switch
AC line 50 amp circuit w/shore/gen selector switch
Air con sub panel w/(9) 220 volt protected circuits
Main 12V DC panel with:
(32) breaker protected circuits
Analog volt & amp meter
Electronic 12V DC panel with:
(25) Breaker protected circuits
(5) Bilge pump switches
Analog volt & amp meter
Yacht schematic w/pump & Nav light indicator
COQUETTE was originally delivered with Detroit Diesel two cycle 8V92TA diesels. In 2005 the current owner removed them and installed two Yanmar 8SY-STP 900 HP engines and two Twin Disc MG5114MD transmissions.
The engine and transmission cost was $176,000 on the dock. The install was $52,000 for a total of $229,000. This included new engine mounts, new fuel lines, the new Yanmar electronics engine controls and digital gauges (three pair).
Purchased by the current owner in 2003 the yacht had previously been extended from 65’ to a new LOA of 72’ 6” by way of an aft deck extension which housed two Jet Skis in dedicated garages with a very useful Lazarette between. An electro mechanical tender lift (no parts exposed to salt water) raises the tender over four feet from the waterline.
At the time of purchase (2003) the Bridge Deck and Aft Deck hardtop were extended which brought the lines of the yacht to look much like the 70’ Johnson model. A very useful aft Flybridge seating and sunning area was created which allowed for additional shade on the Aft Deck below.
In 2005 new Yanmar (Scania) 900 HP engines and Twin Disc transmissions were installed.
It would be hard to imagine a better island cruiser in this price range.
Length overall 80' includes tender platform and custom bow pulpit.
Built by Johnson Yachts as a High Tech model. The High Tech brand was conceived to be a fully optioned ready to go yacht. High Tech was located in Ft. Lauderdale and delivered 50+ boats 50’ – 70’ all built by Johnson Yachts.
Contact: Jeff Stanley
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