ISLANDER Yacht for sale

72' (43.89m)
Custom
1969

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ISLANDER is a traditional yacht blending the graceful lines of a Long Island commuter with those of a Downeast cruiser. Her flag blue hull and low-profile hull form receive admiring looks wherever she travels.

ISLANDER is a donation vessel and is being offered as a three-year charter with purchase option.

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Details

Length 72 FT (43.89 M)
Beam 18 FT (5.49 M)
Draft 5 FT (1.52 M)
Builder Custom
Year Built 1969
Construction Aluminum
Cruising Speed 11Knots
LOA 72 FT (43.89 M)
Beam 18 FT (5.49 M)
Max Draft 5 FT (1.52 M)
Cruising Speed 11 Knots
Max Speed 18 Knots
Hull Material Aluminum
Details for ISLANDER Private Luxury Yacht For sale

Full Specifications


  • ISLANDER can sleep six guests in three double staterooms

  • There is a separate companionway running aft to the owner and guest staterooms

  • The master is all the way aft with a double bed to starboard and single bed to port, separated by a built­in bureau

  • There are hanging lockers forward

  • The master head is ensuite with a stall shower

  • The two guest staterooms are forward from the master stateroom with criss­crossed upper and lower berths with in suite heads and stall showers

  • The cabin soles in the stateroom area are bright varnished teak and holly

  • Closet doors and drawer facings are teak or teak framed for a traditional nautical feel throughout

  • Access to the crew quarters is forward from the pilothouse

  • Amidships is the main salon with access to the walk­in engine room

  • The cabin soles in the main salon, galley, and crew quarters are bright varnished teak and holly

  • Teak cabinet doors, drawer facings and trim surround comfortable yet casual furnishings in the main salon for a cozy "yacht club" atmosphere

  • There is a flat screen television and Bose stereo system built­in for the salon area while another flat screen television is installed in the master stateroom

  • The full beam galley is forward of the salon

  • There is a breakfast bar to port

  • All galley countertops are custom Corian with integral double sinks

  • To starboard is 4-door custom freezer refrigerator compartment with holding plates

  • There is a 4­burner stove and under cabinet mounted microwave

  • Crew quarters are forward of the galley

  • Captain's cabin to starboard

  • Crew head and shower to port

  • There are V­berths forward with built­in storage below

  • Access to the chain locker is through a watertight bulkhead door forward

  • Raytheon RN 300 GPS

  • Robertson AP9 MKII Autopilot with toggle control and gyro compass

  • Raytheon ST 80 Autohelm repeater

  • Raytheon Ray 220 VHF/loud hailer

  • Furuno AD­100 converter

  • ACR electric spotlight

  • Furuno FS­1503 SSB radio

  • Furuno Navnet GPS chart plotter

  • Garmin GPS 76

  • Furuno radar alarm

  • Koopnautic stabilizers

  • Floodlight control

  • Back­up electric steering

  • Electromagnetic compass

  • Danforth magnetic compass

  • (2) General Motors turbo­charged V­8 diesel engines (GM892TI) 650hp at 2500 rpm

  • 400 GPD reverse osmosis watermaker

  • Fuel gauges, (6) tanks (4,000 gallons total)

  • Oil change system

  • Fresh water gauges

  • (3) water tanks (1200 gallons total)

  • Racor water/fuel separators and filters on engines and generators

  • Engine exhaust temperature alarms

  • Generator exhaust temp alarms

  • Air compressor to 120psi

  • (7) bilge pumps ­ 24 VDC

  • (2) fuel transfer pumps

  • Steering and hydraulic pumps

  • Twin­disc hydraulic reduction gear, 2:1 ratio

  • Bronze four­bladed propellers

  • Hydraulic bow thruster

  • Mechanical trim tabs

  • Electric stem thruster

  • 12/32/110/220 Volt AC/DC systems

  • (3) exterior shore power outlets

  • (2) 35 kw Westerbeke diesel generators with 2674 hours and 1007 hours as of 9/17

  • 32 Volt batteries (2 systems)

  • (2) shore power isolation transformers

  • Main electrical control panel renewed in 2004

  • 12V and 32V automatic battery chargers

  • Battery monitors for 12 and 32 Volt systems

     

  • Teak swim platform aft, with a gate access and transom ladder aft to port

  • The entire vessel is encircled by a double life­line system with stainless steel stanchions

  • Bow pulpit

  • Standing teak toe rails

  • Teak hand rails

  • Teak cap rails

  • A heavy-duty windlass is mounted on the foredeck with a substantial bow pulpit

  • Wide walkways provide easy access fore and aft

  • The helm area is surrounded by a high coaming with solidly hinged doors port and starboard for fast and easy access to the side decks

  • Flag Blue Hull

  • Welded aluminum hull 3/8" plate, decks and superstructure

  • Aluminum hardtop

  • Tempered glass windows

  • Upgraded port lights

  • (2) dunnage boxes/seats on bow

  • Large forward seating area with storage

  • Stainless steel post and pulley rig for anchor system

  • Forward access hatch

  • Port and starboard boarding gates

  • Stern electric mooring winch

  • (3) Electric buttons for anchor windlass

  • Large dunnage box aft deck

  • Anchor washdown switch

  • 3,000 lb dual Ideal windlass

  • 2 ­ CQR 105 lb anchor

  • Stidd helm chair

  • Aluminum radar/antenna mast

  • Aluminum lifting boom with two Stainless winches

  • Flood lights

  • Spreader lights

  • Electric dinghy davit mounted on stern

  • The pilothouse is mid­ship with 360 degree visibility

  • The center window in the windshield along with the side windows can be opened for ventilation

  • The helm seat was replaced in 2005 with a new, high quality Stidd leather­ upholstered chair.

  • There is additional seating aft of the helm

  • A built-in drink cooler and integral Corian sink are adjacent to the helm area

  • The hardtop overhead in the pilothouse area has a headliner installed with recessed lighting, speakers and is trimmed with teak battens

  • The boat deck is aft of the helm area with flush mounted tie downs for securing a tender

  • A deck mounted aluminum mast enable launching of a tender

  • A large dunnage box is secured forward on the boat deck for fenders, lines, etc.

     

ISLANDER is a traditional yacht blending the graceful lines of a Long Island commuter with those of a Downeast cruiser. Her flag blue hull and low-profile hull form receive admiring looks wherever she travels.

ISLANDER is a donation vessel and is being offered as a three-year charter with purchase option

Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

 

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

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