Long term moorage is available....call for details.
This amazing Spencer Yacht was originally laid up in 1981 and purchased as hull, deck, tankage and machinery from Spencer Yachts, transported to Prince Rupert and put under cover. The interior of the vessel was then custom finished with liners, bulkheads and cabinetry. She was completed in 2001 and launched for her maiden voyage. Although the keel was laid in 1981 the vessel could be considered as new construction as of 2001. It should be pointed out that the shipwright and craftsmanship showed to a very high skill level with excellent attention to detail and finish trim in yacht design.
Please contact Larry Glowasky via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on my cell phone 250-812-4956 to make an appointment to view as she is offsite.
The interior layout has the forward cabin with a V-berth forward and full stowage beneath. The hull sides above the V-berth are nicely complemented with lockers and drawers. The center of the deckhead has the large escape hatch which also provides excellent ventilation. The small forward bulkhead has a double hatch cover giving access to the forepeak/anchor locker.Aft of the V-berth and separated by a partial bulkhead is the head to port and vanity opposite to starboard.
The salon is nicely laid out with a horseshoe shaped seating on the port side with full stowage below and a large pedestal table.
The starboard side has a counter with hanging locker with drawers below. This is followed by two settee seats with a table and cabinet between.
The salon has a small step up with a well appointed U shaped galley with ample work space and storage to port and navigation station to starboard. The step is appointed with red indirect lighting for safety.
There is an arched passageway to the aft stateroom. The hull side along the passageway has stowage lockers and the inside of the passageway also have a recessed locker.
The aft stateroom is very large and nicely appointed. The large double berth is offset to port with full stowage beneath. The port forward corner of the aft cabin has the enclosed head with vanity and oval sink.
The vessel has a huge amount of storage space with 50 drawers and over 50 doors to storage areas throughout the yacht.
She is well ventilated with 14 opening bronze portholes along with her opening hatches.
She is equipped with a tank tender that monitors all tanks.
The galley area is well appointed with drawers and locker both above on the hull side and below the counter.
A unique feature on deck is having 8" round and clear fiberglass which is integratrated with the non-skid fiberglass layer leaving a cutout in the balsa cored center. These clear fiberglass ports are dispersed on the deck and trunk cabins which provide a pleasing fused light to the interior quarters of the vessel. There is a storage box on the aft deck containing a generator along with additional storage.
Hull sides are fitted with Perko 8" opening bronze ports.
North Saanich Marina
Oak Bay, BC