|Typ||Raised Pilothouse with Cockpit|
|Länge über alles||29.87 m|
|Werft||Poole Boat Company|
"Marazul" is a strong, seaworthy design that has many features only found on larger yachts. A raised pilothouse design, she features a large beam (24") with walkaound decks, huge flybridge for entertaining with a 6,000# crane, fully functional cockpit for fishing and watersports (note livewell and aft control stations), plus an enclosed aft deck area and a sun-loving foredeck area. Her accommodations include an on-deck master stateroom with 4 staterooms below plus crew. She is a blue-water, transoceanic design rarely found in yachts this size. This nice cockpit pilothouse (with walk-around decks) has had many improvements over the years and features reliable CAT 3412 de-tuned main engines.
She is ready to cruise anywhere with an awlgrip paint job and a modern interior upgrade as well as a complete mechanical, electrical and equipment refit by a knowledgeable owner; making her a bargain by yachting standards. Seller will consider trades and owner financing..
Walkthrough and Layout
Sleeps 10 owners and guests in four double staterooms, each with private baths. Two crew staterooms accommodate 5 -6.
Starting on the large, covered aft deck, note a large set of two settees with a hi-lo teakwood table (opens) table facing forward.
Enter a roomy salon via twin glass, frameless doors from the aft deck. Note the beautifully crafted teakwood paneling and custom overhead panels. To starboard is a large sofa pit area and to port is an entertainment console with another couch facing inwards. A large dining table (seats 10) is next with a built-in centerline wet- bar forward.
Along the port side is a foyer area with access to the port walk around deck, a dayhead, access to the galley, stairs up to the raised pilothouse and down to the guest/crew quarters.
The Owner’s Stateroom is forward on the main deck with a king-size centerline bed. This suite features built-in, beautifully done wood furnishings including two vanities, a settee to port, large cedar-lined, his/hers closets (digital safe), overhead paneling with deck hatches and viewing windows with privacy curtains. The owner’s private bath (all new marble/stone flooring and counters) has his/hers vanities and a sunken Jacuzzi tub.
Guest quarters are accessed via a stairwell by the galley. To port and forward is a set of twin beds. Opposite is a guest stateroom w/a pullout queen lower and a twin Pullman berth. These two rooms share a head w/stall shower. Aft to starboard is an ensuite stateroom which allow twin berths to convert to a centerline king bed. To port is an ensuite, centerline queen stateroom. A linen closet is in the hallway and a laundry room is forward from the hallway.
Crew quarters are forward with crew lounge, private Captain’s cabin w/private head and four bunks forward with head and stall shower.
The raised pilothouse features more than adequate workspace for navigating and a large bench seat to starboard. This area has benefited by new teak and holly flooring, upholstery, Stidd chairs, hatch, windows and overhead panels. A stairway on the mid-port side leads to the upper helm and flybridge.
Located forward of the salon and dining room to starboard. It is commercially designed with gourmet preparation for large parties in mind. All stainless steel surfaces and appliances with good flow and accessibility and plenty of under-counter storage. On-deck entrance starboard side.
Sub-Zero refrigerator (double door stand-up)
(3) Custom freezers (80 cu. Ft. – located crew area)
Kitchenaid Trash Compactor
Sharp microwave oven
(2) Thermador convection ovens
Meile 6 burner stove
Double stainless steel sink
Twin s/s BBQ grills (propane) on flybridge
Dedicated room located aft and starboard of crew area.
(2) commercial Maytag washers
(2) commercial Maytag dryers
(2) 47 gallon, hotwater heaters
Sub-zero 249 refrigerator
Drink dispenser with chiller
Wine –chiller (2008 -24 bottle)
U-line icemaker (flybridge)
Electronics and Entertainment Equipment
Simrad System (plotter, video depth and radar) lower helm (2 Screens) and FB (1 Screen)
Furuno Navnet System (video depth, plotter and radar) (lower helm (2) 10” screens and (1) 7” screen FB)
HP PC (PH) with Nobletec
KVH Trackvision SatTv system
Furuno FCV522 Video Depth recorder
Icom IC-M80 VHF(s) ( PH)
SEA 156 VHF (FB)
Raytheon 430 Loudhailer
B&G Hercules combi systems (w/6 repeaters msr, salon, FB, aft FB, Capt. Qrt, aft deck)
Furuno Navtex NX500
Northstar 952X GPS receiver
Icom IC-M700 SSB
Benmar MS3000 Fuel Monitoring system
Panasonic hybrid telephone system w /16 intercom (2008)
Engine, generator and bilge alarm system
42” LCD TV (2011)
Sony home theater system
All have LCD TV’s and home theater systems
Northern Lights 65 kw genset exhausts to flybridge
Northern Lights 65 kw genset
Kohler 20 kw genset
220/110 vac/single phase distribution panel(s)
24/12 vdc distribution panel(s)
220 vac shorepower transformer
Shipboard monitoring system
Professional Mariner battery charger 24vdc/ (one each ER & FB)
Professional Mariner battery charger 12vdc/50amp(one each ER & FB)
Battery Banks in covered boxes
Capac galvanic corrosion monitor
LED lighting interior
New Catalupi exterior lighting
Navigation and anchor 24 vdc lighting
220vac flood lights (aft boat deck and mast)
Engine room, lazarette lighting (110vac/24vdc)
Deck & Hull Equipment
Construction is heavy aluminum alloy #5086 – decks & superstructure. 3 watertight bulkheads (8 partial). The hull bottom is composed of 3/8” bottom plating on 3’ center with 5/16” hullside plating. The decks are 3/16”x3”x4” L-angle longitudinals on 18” centers (all plating). The boat deck is reinforced for heavy loading and has carried such items as a Ford explorer and a 25’ Tiara with twin 150 hp outboards.
The covered aft deck has a large seating area with opposing stairways to the cockpit. A roomy cockpit features a fighting chair and a stainless ladder to the aft flybridge. The aft deck, swim platform, flybridge and cockpit laid with teak. The foredeck has two seating areas (deck storage beneath) with cushions and a sunning area on the cabin trunk. The flybridge features a large, U-shaped settee with a table under a large bimini top with a stainless frame and another settee facing aft. The flybridge helm has two Pompanette helm chairs and features a renewed lexan windshield and s/s frame. Note that the furniture can be arranged on the flybridge deck to enjoy good weather.
The salon windows have been replaced with tempered glass windows. The pilothouse windows have been replaced as well (both 2008).
The lazarette is accessed via Freeman deck hatches. Blowers have been installed.
(4) fuel tanks (al)- integral, fwd engine room
(1) water tank (al) – beneath crew lounge
(2) holding tanks (al) – aft in laundry room bilge and in fwd engine room bilge
T 44”x 39” 4 blade bronze propellers (protected by keel)
T 3” stainless steel propeller shafts
T double arm strut and sterntube w/rubber cutlass bearing for shafting
Dripless shaft seals
T aluminum spade type rudders
Ideal 220 vac double chain gypsy with vertical rope capstan.
300’ port/ 500’ stbd ½” chain with two Danforth 250# anchors
Aft deck 220 vac capstan
Hydraulic davit – IMT 5016, 6000# rating, 20’ reach (two extensions
Sea Doo Wake Pro PWC and mounted outboard overhead on boat deck to allow for more entertaining space)
Live baitwell (stern) 150 gallons
(2) Rayline searchlights with remotes
Kahlenberg air horn
Docklines and fenders
Portlights with s/s weather shields
Bomar deck hatches on foredeck
Awlgrip paint exterior
Pompanette helm chairs (FB)
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
The engine room is accessed via a watertight door in the cockpit. All equipment is easily accessible. Also featured are (2) new FRP workbenches & new perforated ceiling panels.
All hoses and plumbing, valves, thru-hulls, injectors, etc. were completely gone through (with many replaced) 2008.
Twin CAT 3412TA (875 hp) w/250 ZF 3:1 gears (freewheeling capable)
18gph@1500rpm-single engine / 9 kts
32gph@1500rpm-twin engine /11 kts
50gph@1800rpm-twin engine/12.5 kts
Note that engines have underwater exhausts and transom exhausts controlled by valves (renewed 2008)
Triple Racor FG 1000 water/fuel separators each main
Dual Racor FG 1000 water/fuel separators each of 3 gensets
Gulfcoast fuel polishing system (220vac pump and water alarm
Fuel transfer system (3 pumps for redundancy)
Oil Transfer pump
ZF electronic controls (3 stations)
( 3) steering stations w/jog, engine, thruster controls
Wagner hydraulic steering with power assist with back-up steering pump
(8) electric automatic and (2) manual bilge pumps (new 2007)
Cruisair chilled water air conditioning system (3 compressors, with digital controls
Back-up pumps for A/C, grey and blackwater systems (2008)
Fresh water system
Naiad Multisea roll stabilizers – New 2012
Wesmar 50 hp bowthruster (PTO 60kw genset )
(2) watermakers (Sea Recovery and Offshore Marine)
Oil changing system with waste and fresh oil tankage
Air compressor (engine room)
Dive compressor system
Spare part inventory
Emergency 220vac fire pump
Fire Suppression system (ER)
Handheld fire extinguishers
(2) 6&10 person Platismo liferafts w/hydro releases
(2) Type IV ring buoys w/ strobe lights
Lifejackets and safety equipment
Bell on foredeck
“Marazul” features many desirable features not commonly found on yachts under 120’; such as an on-deck master stateroom plus 4 guest staterooms (US built for easy US charter-ability), transoceanic range (YES – she has actually crossed the Atlantic), walkaround decks with a 24’ beam, a versatile flybridge with the ability to carry a multitude of water toys and a large cockpit to accommodate watersports (including a SCUBA air compressor).
She has been expertly refit, painted and redecorated from 2007 until current and is ready to cruise in all aspects. Much effort and cost has been expended to modernize this unique pilothouse cockpit yacht to put her on par with modern yachts. Experienced yachtsmen will appreciate the heavy aluminum construction and ageless, good looking design. She affords a unique opportunity to purchase a fine sea-keeping yacht that cannot be duplicated today at 5 times the price.
Please note that I have been long associated with this nice LRC and sold it to this owner many years ago with a long-standing relationship. This specification is the most current out of others which are available 4.23.21.
Easy to inspect anytime west coast Mexico
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.