This fine example of the very popular Topaz 37 Express is a no nonsense fishing and diving machine with great emphasis on comfortable cruising as well. Her full tower and new enclosure allow for comfortable operation from upper and lower helms. She is currently out of the water at the boat yard and has had the following done; new cutless bearings, props reconditioned and tuned, both rudders repacked, rubber shelf re-fiberglassed, new bottom paint, and the hull has been waxed and buffed.
The Topaz 37 has a model bow, curved stem, modified V bottom, square stern, raised deck cockpit midships enclosed with clear panels forward and strataglass aft (new 2014) curtains and main control station starboard forward, aluminum tower with auxiliary control station above covered cockpit and lower open cockpit aft to stern transom with swim platform bolted on across stern exterior.
Starting forward in the cabin is the enclosed forward stateroom with V-berth area, as well as port side upper single bunk. Moving aft is the main cabin area, to port is enclosed head with separate shower. Aft of the head is the galley area. Across to starboard side is a convertible U-shaped dinette area. Up three steps to the bridge deck is a helm to starboard with double helm seat, port is a 320 SSI cooler seat, down two steps to the aft fishing cockpit.
Tower auxiliary and cockpit main stations with the following items at tower - Ritchie 4' compass, Hynautic steering, throttles, trim tab controls, engines' gauges and switches for the horns and navigation lights, Furuno RD-30 GPS navigation receiver, Furuno NAVnet C-map NT Max chart plotter/radar/depth sounder/GPS navigation receiver, and Furuno autopilot. At cockpit - Weems and Plath 6" compass, Furuno RD-30 GPS navigation receiver, 2 (new in 2015) Furuno NAVnet C-map NT Max chart plotter/radar/depth sounder/GPS navigation receivers, Furuno autopilot (new in 2015), engines' throttles, trim tab controls, instrument gauges for (volts, transmissions, water temperature, and psi), fuel Flow Scans, Hynautic helm steering, ignitions and fuel gauges, fixed fire system override, at least (2) hand-held search lights, Glendinning synchronizer, and switches for horns, anchor and navigation lights, spreader lights, and time clock inside cabin. one ICom IC-M412 DSC VHF transceiver at tower and ICom IC-M506 DSC VHF transceiver at cockpit.
12-Volt DC from two 8D batteries secured inside boxes, Sentry 40-amp battery charger, and alternator on each main engine. 115 AC from shore power hook-up or Westerbeke 8.0 KW generator set secured inside sound-proof box in generator space.
290 Yacht Club Drive
Niceville, FL 32578-7122