"Oasis" just completed her cruise from Ft Myers Florida to Bremerton Washington in this spring of 2015. She performed flawlessly!
"No port too far. No sea too surly. The classic Krogen 54' confidently explored the waters less traveled. Even today the lucky few Krogen 54' owners pursue their dreams wherever they may lead. The distinctive Krogen 54' remains Kadey-Krogen's earliest homage to global wanderlust.
The Krogen 54' has taken on the world with quiet confidence and remarkable comfort. She has braved the cruelest of seas and been a luxurious loll-about in exotic tropical waters. The Krogen 54' remains that rare can-do yacht that serious yachtsmen seek. No wonder a 54' so rarely becomes available." Kadey Krogen Yachts
This is an extremely rare opportunity to own one of the greatest true passage makers ever built. Only eight of these incredible little ships were launched. With her single Caterpillar 3208NA engine and her roller furled steadying sails there is no destination out of her reach. Her beautiful canoe stern parts following seas and her North Sea inspired bow and foredeck is ideal for open water. Her offset partial full beam salon is very spacious and her large windows offer a view to parts of the world unseen by most. The site lines from the pilothouse are ideal and the huge flybridge aft deck is ideal for seeing the world while moored. Her two primary cabins are exceptional. She also has the convenience of a convertible third cabin that does double duty as an office/den area. Headroom throughout the yacht is outstanding. Her build quality is bulletproof and elegant. At 7 knots her range is an incredible 3500 miles. She sips fuel at less than 2 gallons per hour and yet if need be she can be pushed to 10 knots. Oasis is fully equipped for world travel and needs nothing to set out for the world's most distant shores.
Owner/Broker Grace Yachting Group
Esse Quam Videri
Are you in interested in selling your boat
or are you ready to buy a boat?
I have been very fortunate to have spent much of the last 12 years cruising aboard our boat with my amazing family. I have cruised the east coast from Maine to Florida several times and have sailed to Bermuda. I rode out hurricanes Sandy and Irene. With that cruising life came the knowledge developed from the personal restoration and reconfiguration of our boats both sail and power. I am eager to share the knowledge gained in my hands on approach to boating and the passion I have for this incredible lifestyle! I am always looking for new quality listings to connect to new owners.
I work tirelessly for my clients in assisting them in locating, previewing and purchasing boats in addition to selling their boats. If I can assist you in your pursuit of “simply messing about in boats” I would be honored.
Builder Kadey Krogen
Designer Jim Krogen
LOA 54 ft 5 in
Beam 17 ft 0 in
LWL 47 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft 5 ft 6 in
Displacement 67800 lbs
Ballast 6000 lbs
Bridge Clearance 37 ft 0 in
Engine Brand Caterpillar
Engine(s) Total Power 210 HP
Engine Model 3208 NA
Cruising Speed 7 mph
Maximum Speed 10 mph
Year Built 1991
Engine Hours Approximately 4350
Fresh Water Tanks Stainless steel (600 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks (1200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks (100 Gallons)
Number of cabins 2
Number of heads 2
The saloon is through a double door off the back deck. It features a leather sofa and chair, and lamp table on the starboard side and dinning table on port side. Sole is teak parquet. For entertainment, there is a Sony HDTV, new DVD player as well as TracVision satellite TV receiver. The aft deck of the Krogen 54' has the distinctive canoe stern which provides a perfect place to entertain guests. The fixed settee wraps around the stern and provides ample seating. A teak door leads to a covered walkway up the starboard side of the boat allowing access to the bow. There is also a drop down gangway to starboard for easy access to any dock. A hot cold shower is provided for washing down after a swim.
The galley is forward and to the starboard from the saloon. It is separated from the saloon by a raised galley counter. Equipment includes two Sub-Zero 249RP refrigerators, freezer, Force 10 4 burner LPG stove with oven, microwave, single stainless steel sink, and trash compactor. There is an abundance of storage in the galley.
The master stateroom is midship with a queen walk around bed situated fore and aft. Abundant storage is provided by multiple drawers under the bed, a dresser, two nightstands and a 6' hanging locker. There is a new 19” wall mounted TV connected to the satellite receiver as well as to a DVD player. The large stateroom is well ventilated with two portholes in the stateroom and two matching portholes in the adjoining hallway.
The ensuite head is forward of the stateroom and features a large shower as well as a Vacuflush toilet. There is generous counter space and storage. An opening port keeps the head well ventilated.
The guest stateroom is forward in the bow. The room features a double offset berth. There is ample storage in multiple drawers and a hanging locker. Four portholes and hatches provide superb light and ventilation, especially at anchor.
The guest head is across the companionway from both the guest cabin and office space. It features a large stall shower with seat and a Vacuflush head. It has two opening portholes which provide ample light and ventilation.
The office is midship on the port side just forward of the master stateroom. It features a ship’s desk with chair. Just forward of the desk are an over and under bunk. The space can be curtained off for crew or as additional guest quarters.
The pilothouse is up three steps from the galley and offers superb views in all directions. It features dutch doors that along with two rear windows and one forward window provide ample ventilation while under way or at anchor. The pilothouse berth also pulls out to make a double bed. There is plentiful storage in lockers throughout the pilothouse. A comfortable Stidd chair is at the helm for those long watches
New electronics installed 2014: Simrad AP28 Autopilot system with displays in pilothouse as well as flybridge, Furuno MFD12, Furuno DRS4D, 4KW, 36nm, radar, Furuno 1935, 4KW, 48 nm radar/3.5 ft. open array antenna, ICOM 802 SSB transceiver and antenna tuner, Simrad RS35 VHF radio with 2 additional handsets, Vesper XB-800 Class B transponder, Airmar 200WX ultrasonic weather station, 2 Furuno RD 30 displays, KVH M5 Sat TV system, GPS
Caterpillar 3208 naturally aspirated diesel engine, Cat Twin Disc, 2.96:1 reduction gear, 20KW Onan generator 120/240v (1440 hours) with new starting battery, new Magnum ME2012, 2K inverter/charger, Newmar PT25 battery charger, hydraulic pump for HPS 10” bow thruster, 20 gal Raritan hot water heater, dual Racor 900 fuel filters, CruiseAir reverse cycle AC system, freezer compressor, oil transfer/change system for both main engine and generator.
Beull air horns, new 6 man Viking offshore life raft w/ hard case, new Bullfrog hard bottom utility tender with 9hp 4 cycle Yamaha motor (2004), ITT Jabsco (remote) search light, Ideal 2000 windlass with capstan and gypsy, 60# CQR anchor with 300’ chain, 30KG Bruce with 25’ chain and approx. 300’ nylon rode, self furling main sail forward mast, mizzen sail aft mast, both sails in very good condition, Hynautic hydraulic steering controls rebuilt in 2012, fresh water wash down forward.
PO Box 6415
Raleigh, NC 27628