The 75-foot (22.86m) EL AMO is now for sale with Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Todd Rittenhouse; the yachtfisher is asking $545,000.
EL AMO offers the best of both worlds, providing the comfort of a motor yacht with the capabilities of a sportfish. The yachtfisher was built by Buck Smith in Southern California in 1983 and designed by Ed Monk. The boat showcases a hallmark West Coast styling with classic yet rugged lines. EL AMO has had updates throughout her life including, in 2014, the yacht’s generators were replaced, in 2015 the main engine was rebuilt, in 2017 new electronics were installed and in 2020 the davit was rebuilt.
The yacht showcases a welcoming interior that has a timeless styling. Large windows surround the main deck, flooding the space with natural light and providing endless sea views. EL AMO’s main deck has a desirable open layout that is perfect for entertaining and enjoying time with friends and family. In the yachtfisher’s enclosed pilothouse is another great space for everyone to enjoy. It has a helm station and an L-shaped settee.
Located aft on the pilothouse is a deck the is perfect for watching the cockpit. The cockpit is an impressive area with an abundance of space for fighting fish. On EL AMO’s bow is storage for the tender as well as a bait tank.
Yachtfisher EL AMO has five staterooms that welcome 10 guests comfortably. The master is privately located amidships and accessed via its own stairwell; the additional staterooms are forward. EL AMO’s staterooms include a king-bed master, two queen-bed staterooms and two bunked twin staterooms. The master and two queen-bed staterooms have their own e-suite baths while the bunked staterooms share a bath.
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