Mona Lisa is a yacht one can easily and quickly fall in love with. This Gozzard 44 is truly the "Mona Lisa" of her sister-ships. Not a single detail has been over looked throughout the extensive refit she received in 2015 and 2016 by her current owners. A yacht of such form and style will provide endless pride of ownership while sailing her owners safely across the bay or around the world. The Gozzard 44 has a well founded reputation as one of the worlds most beautiful yachts in this size class. Design and construction detail are very evident and a testament to skill and dedication of the artisans and craftsmen at Gozzard Yachts. A yacht of this caliber is rarely seen in today's market!!
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The interior of Mona Lisa is beautiful, unique and very functionable. She is finished in beautiful satin varnished North American Cherry and the cabin sole if solid teak with basswood inserts (not a thin veneer). The hanging lockers are cedar lined and the doors for all of the storage cabinets are louvered for ventilation. Storage lockers, bins and drawers are numerous and located throughout the vessel. The companionway and all of the hatches and port have built-in screens. There are also 4 large dorade vents and 16 opening ports.
The forward cabin design is a convertible main saloon. The settees which line each side hinge together easily to form a queen size island berth. They can also be used in place as two wide singles. The backs of the settees also hinge upward to form two excellent bunks if the next owner desired. These make excellent sea berths. So you can use the converted salon to sleep a couple, two singles or four singles ..... or a couple and two singles. All in total comfort.
The coffee table in the center of the salon also folds open to act as a rigid base for the dining table. There is a large cherry dining table that securely attaches to the raised leaves of the table to form a generous dining table for entertaining. The whole room is lined with storage, behind and below and above all of the settees are wonderful ventilated easily accessible storage compartments. There is also a huge hanging locker to port, and the coffee table itself opens for storage. And there is more storage in the bow areas behind the cushions. At the aft end of the salon are two cushioned upholstered swivel chairs. They are great seating for either entertaining or dining, and the starboard chair doubles as a navigators seat at the nav station.
Another exclusive Gozzard feature is the design of the bulkhead itself. The upper portion of the starboard bulkhead folds down into itself and the double hinged door on the port side opens flush to the wall. This give you a totally open, light and airy interior with no obstructions from the companionway to the bow.
On the aft side of the forward bulkhead is a unique two seat built-in dinette/breakfast nook.
The galley itself has a center island with deep double S.S. sinks and Avian (synthetic marble) countertops. She has hot and cold pressure water, manual fresh water and a Seagull IV filtered water system for drinking water. The two section 10 cubic foot refrigerator/freezer in very heavily insulated. The top, front loading section is a freezer and the bottom top loading section is the refrigerator. Both sections have freezer seal lids to ensure low cold loss and give minimum battery draw. The compressor has a fan powered by solar/ 12 volt to give maximum efficiency at all times. There is a built-in microwave which can be operated underway with the inverter. The stove is a 3-burner propane gimballed Force 10 with oven. This is a great stove with an external temperature guage for the oven and an oven door which opens and slides out of the way under to stove to keep the stove balanced while cooking underway. The countertops throughout the galley are Avian and all have fiddles to keep your food and utensils on the counter.
There is plenty of storage for all of your utensils and food items, including a swing out cabinet with angled shelves designed to store (and make accessible) your dishes in any weather or seaway.
Along the port side of the vessel are the heads and the shower. The forward guest head, the shower and the master stateroom head are all in a row with each head having private access to the shower. The shower itself is large, light and airy and has a teak seat for showering underway and a sump with teak grate. A solar powered vent fan also keeps the shower area fresh and airy all the time. The aft head has private access to the master stateroom. Both heads are roomy and comfortable and have great ventilation. Behind the shower is a very large hanging wet locker and a space that is wired and plumbed for the Northern Lights generator.
Another custom portion of the design in this Gozzard is the placement of one private stateroom to port. This master stateroom features a huge berth (larger than 80" by 80"), plus lots of storage with drawers and bins. To starboard of the companionway is an open quarter berth. This berth also doubles at a seat at the navigation station.
A large skylight built in under the cockpit helm pod gives great light (and total privacy) to this berth. Under the berth is access to the aft section of the engine compartment, including the engine starting battery, stuffing box and shaft.
The main salon has a v-shaped settee and two swivel chairs and converts from either cocktail set up, full dinning table for six, or double berth with solid hinged closure panels. Convenient access to guest/day head.
The large cockpit features surround seating, teak sole, drop down transom door and wide flip up table that seats 6 or more. There is a custom extended length bimini and spray dodger, large sail locker and an additional equipment locker.
Mona Lisa has a double head rig with furling genoa and staysail and a Sparcraft double spreader mast. All control lines lead aft to the cockpit through deck blocks and rope clutches.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410