Beautiful 32 Legacy with very low hours. Recent service with all new batteries. Bow and Stern thrusters. Loaded with electronics. A must see near Miami Beach. Ready for cruising the islands!
LEGACY YACHTS OFFERS MORE STANDARD FEATURES THAN ANY OTHER BOAT IN ITS CLASS!
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CONSTRUCTION AND CERTIFICATIONS
HULL AND DECK CONSTRUCTION
The hull is constructed using Legacy’s Durahull technology. The deck, hull and all structural components are infused Vinylester construction. The centerline and leading edge of the keel are reinforced with Kevlar for impact resistance. All thru hull penetrations are designed to isolate the core materials from water penetration. Hull and deck are cored with Corecell. Gelcoat is an ISO-NPG type. Underwater exhaust and thruster tubes are molded into the hull.
Stringers are formed by a longitudinal and transverse molded framing grid constructed of FRP with reinforced engine area fully bonded to the hull. Three infused and cored composite structural bulkheads are bonded to the hull to form four compartments; the forepeak, main cabin, engine room and lazarette. The structural components are fully bonded together to create a uni-body boat construction. All engineering is done in accordance with NMMA using ABYC rules for small offshore vessels.
The bilges are finished in molded white gelcoat for easy maintenance. Limber holes are installed throughout the stringer system to allow for drainage of all compartments with the exception of the engine sump. This area is sealed to isolate the machinery fluids from the bilge system.
STANDARD EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Both raw water intake hoses are double clamped with stainless steel hose clamps. Ball valve-style seacocks are made of solid bronze. All thru-hull fittings are double clamped with stainless steel hose clamps and are fabricated from stainless steel above the water line and bronze below the waterline. This vessel is constructed to meet or exceed the standards set out by ABYC and NMMA.
The engine room walls and overhead surfaces are completely sound insulated. Cavities and wireways are foam filled after installation to prevent noise passage. Hatches are gasket sealed and latched to provide sound insulation. All machinery is vibration dampened to reduce noise. There is a seat / step on pedestal base for ease of access.
ENGINE AND RUNNING GEAR
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
Raw water intake through dual 2? hull-mounted scoop strainers and bronze seacock. Full flow inlet leads to large basket strainer with removable filter element. Stainless steel sea chest has built-in winterizing ports and is fitted for optional crash pump. The dual inlet sea chest allows for the vessel?s intake filters to be changed without stopping vessel operation.
ENGINE EXHAUST WATER SYSTEM
Underwater exhaust system with oversized muffler for noise suppression. Exhaust bypass reduces noise and backpressure and increases fuel efficiency.
ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM
200 gallons of fuel onboard with sight gauge on tank. Fuel hoses are type A1 flame resistant, USCG-approved, with pressed drip proof fittings. Single Racor fuel filter /water separator. All shutoff valves accessible from engine room.
Each of the three compartments contains a 2,000 GPH pump with an additional 3,700 GPH high water emergency bilge pump located in engine room. All pumps have float switches and manual override. All pumps are fitted with one-way valve and anti-siphon loops to reduce water in bilges. An audible high bilge alarm is located at the helm for the engine room bilge pump.
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM
A 60-gallon polyethylene water tank is located below the floor. A 6-gallon FRP polyester lined hot water heater with combination 240 volt AC and engine heat exchanger heating element. All pressurized plumbing is hard-piped.
GRAY WATER SYSTEM
Direct overboard discharge for sinks and shower pump. Shower pump is operated by a switch in the shower with a run-dry 12 V DC pump.
BLACK WATER SYSTEM
The black water tank is a 35-gallon polyethylene tank located in engine room. Discharge is via deck pumpout; overboard discharge is optional.
WINDSHIELD WIPERS AND WASHERS
Three 12 volt windshield wipers with fresh water wash and variable speed controllers. Wipers will autopark. Wipers are pantograph-type with 18” blades.
AUTOMATIC FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
Heat activated FM 200 system dispenses environmentally-compliant fire suppression via automatic discharge. Indicator light at helm.
Electrical terminals are double-crimped or waterproof Deutsch connectors. Bulkhead penetrations are foam sealed to isolate each compartment. Thru hull penetrations and sea strainers are bonded to an exterior Dynaplate with 8 gauge wire. Rudders, shafts and trim tabs are independently protected with zinc anodes from corrosion. All wiring is tinned copper and meets or exceeds USCG / ABYC / NMMA standards.
5 kw Onan generator (33 hours) with sound shield, dedicated start battery and remote start.
Battery switches are located at the helm. Each battery bank is independently switched.
BATTERIES / CHARGING
Batteries are 12/225 AGM-8D capacity for the house and engine banks ? 2 house and 1 engine start. Two 12/90 Gp 31 batteries each provide power for the 4 hp bow thruster, windlass and for the generator. Additionally, there is a 60 amp, 240 volt AC battery charger incorporated into the electrical system.
A 2,500 watt inverter converts high-output battery power to 120 volt AC. It functions as the distribution system for the 120 volt AC power consumers.
ENGINE ROOM LIGHTS
Four DC fluorescent, vapor proof lights.
CIRCUIT BREAKER PANELS
Custom AC/DC electrical panels are installed on the vessel with full backlighting. Internal Deutsch connectors are installed for seamless connections and reliability.
12 volt LED navigation and anchor lights to meet USCG 2005 standard.
Vessel comes with a 50 amp, 240 volt shorepower inlet. Ship is supplied with a 50 foot, 50 amp, 240 volt AC cord with Hubbell Shoreguard technology.
A 12 kVa isolation transformer accepts and outputs 240 volt AC providing the vessel?s power while protecting all systems from shore supply. Soft Start feature suppresses the inrush current from the transformer and prevents the shorepower fuse from blowing.
ELECTRICAL MONITORING SYSTEM
Mastervolt Masterlink System incorporating Masterlink ACM -1 power analyzer for both 240 and 120 systems and a Masterlink BTM III battery monitor panel. The ACM provides overview of available power and alarm functions for lo/hi voltage, frequency and overload. The BTM-III battery monitor can monitor up to three banks to provide voltage, current, amp hours, time remaining and remaining capacity in percentage terms.
Includes built in amplifier, four speakers (in bridgedeck overhead and belowdecks), satellite radio-ready, wireless remote. System plays DVDs, CDs, DVD-R/RWs, CD-R/RWs and MP3/WMA discs and is compatible with Alpine CD changer or iPod adapter.
TV 15” LCD Jensen television with antenna mounted facing berth belowdecks.
One 12 volt, DC, chromed, stainless steel trumpet air horn mounted on the cabin house operated from a switch and the helm.
All deck hardware is either 316 stainless steel or chromed bronze. All fitting bolts and screws are 316 stainless. Joints are bedded with a marine silicone adhesive sealant.
12v windlass with helm and bow controls.
Tempered safety glass set in aluminum frames with center opening window. Sliding side windows to port and starboard.
Four 2’ aft drains and two 5/8” scupper hatch drains around hatches. All deck drains exit above the waterline and are self bailing with anti-return valves.
Six 10” Herroshoff-style cleats located in the midships, bow area and cockpit.
Custom polished stainless steel stemhead fitting with marithane roller and stainless steel chafe plate on deck.
Custom, 1 ¼” stainless steel bow rail with burgee holder.
Teak cap rail finished in high gloss, two-part polyurethane surrounding the vessel with a vinyl rub rail and a 1 ½” stainless steel rub strake to protect the teak finish. The splash rail is teak with a stainless steel rub strake on the outer surface.
ENGINE AIR INTAKES
Distinctive, wing-shaped stainless steel intake grills on either side of cabin side. Delta T intake baffled vents.
CABIN HOUSE STRIPE
Vinyl accent stripe around the front of the coach house extending to the engine air intake grill.
Two 2” fuel fills located on the port/starboard sides designed for high speed filling. One 1 ½” water fill located to port and one 1 ½” black water pump out fitting located on the starboard side. All deck plates are engraved with fluid labels.
COCKPIT SOLE HATCHES
Three FRP hatches access the steering and the stowage compartments. Each has stainless steel flush hinges, positive latching hatch pulls and the lazarettes have gas-assisted struts. Each hatch is guttered and drained overboard drains and rubber gasket sealed to inhibit water intrusion.
An engine hatch with gas-assisted lift and positive latches opens to allow full access to the systems and the engines. The hatch has a FRP shell on the sound enclosure for easy cleaning.
DUAL ANCHOR LOCKER AND HATCHES
The dual anchor lockers drain to a common drain that exits overboard. Two hatches with stainless steel hinges and latches. Hatches have PVC coated wire supports with hooks. The lid has a gasket to inhibit water intrusion. There is a raw water washdown coiled hose and nozzle standard.
Five black tinted hatches with polished frames, one over the galley island, one over the head, and a 24? hatch located in the master cabin. Two 18?x18? hatches are located above the helm and navigator?s seats in the bridgedeck. The hatches have multi-position openers and a locking feature for security. The hatch interior trims are plastic to match the headliners.
SKYSCREENS FOR HATCHES
5 Skyscreens for hatches 1 in the master cabin, 1 in the galley, 1 in the head and two in the bridgedeck roof to provide both screening and privacy.
Six polished stainless steel opening ports with screens ? two in the galley, two in the head, and two in the master cabin.
Interior is finished in cherry: bulkheads, trim and cabinetry. Cabin sole is satin finished teak and holly. Cabinet, locker and cabin door frames, drawer faces and frames, and risers are solid wood. Cabinet, locker and cabin door panels are cherry veneer plywood. Bulkheads are cherry veneer with solid wood trim. Positive catch hardware on all doors and drawers. All interior wood is satin-finished. Grab rails at the companionway.
Two reading and nine overhead lights. In the galley there are two overhead and one countertop light. In the head there are two waterproof overhead lights and two vanity mirror lights. Six L.E.D. courtesy lights throughout. Hanging lockers have closet lights with door microswitches.
Four overhead lights located over the side settees. Two red/white navigation lights over helm and navigation areas. Two L.E.D. courtesy lights.
One 120 volt AC outlet on starboard side interior above locker.
One 120 volt AC outlet at vanity.
One 120 volt AC outlet located under the microwave / cabinet and a second outlet incorporated into the coffeemaker at countertop height.
Engine Room- One 120 volt AC outlet on the inverter
One 12 volt DC outlet located at side helm console.
Navigation area- One 12v DC outlet.
120 volt AC outlets are GFCI at source.
Queen sized island berth with two pull-out drawers below. Hanging locker on the port side of the cabin. Locker with shelves on the starboard side of the cabin. Full length shelves are located on both sides outboard of the berth. Upholstered UltraLeather headboard and berth frame.
Battens are attached to port and starboard hullsides above berth top and extend aft to meet port and starboard hullside lockers. Satin-finish.
Galley top is solid surface material. The hanging locker and shelf have countertops with wood fiddles.
Foam backed vinyl with vinyl surround around hatches.
U-shaped galley with opening door outboard and an opening, rounded counter island. Deep stainless steel sink with a pull out faucet head. Stainless steel refrigerator drawer is 12 V DC under counter model. Stainless steel coffeemaker with 120 volt AC outlet is plumbed into freshwater system. There is a 240 volt AC electric, two-burner cooktop set into the galley countertop with countertop filler covering. Microwave oven installed in cabinet above sink. Trash bin beneath companionway steps. There is an insulated storage bin with drain and countertop hatch.
HEAD AND SHOWER
Head sink is stainless steel under counter-style with a single lever hot /cold faucet on a solid surface countertop. Sink has additional stowage below and a vanity cabinet beside. A hamper and a towel locker are located on the outboard side of the toilet and shower. There is also a dry locker located on the outboard side of the shower fitted with a gasketed locker door. Toilet is Jabsco Quiet Flush electric head with discharge to holding tank. Shower is a separate compartment with a clear wall and self-latching door. The shower head is massage-type on sliding bar. Recessed shower grate and remote pump for drainage. The head has a ¼? mirror on the forward bulkhead.
Bridge deck has two settees with top access storage under seating. Cabin sides are finished in teak-tone laminate above the seating. Aft of the settees and outboard of them there is teak trim work. Overhead is finished in a foam-backed vinyl. Two stainless steel uprights are located at the aft end of the bridge deck. There is a hatch to allow access to the engine room. The center pane of the windshield is opening. Side windows also slide open. The sole is gelcoat finished with non-skid.
The companionway is finished in the deck color with a hatch sliding into the cabin top. It has self draining channels on both sides.
Custom designed helm station with full engine instrumentation control panel, auxiliary switch panel and instrument pod for optional electronics. The steering wheel is a 16? tilting, wood and stainless wheel with multi-stop lock. Controls for engine, trim tabs and bow thruster are located on the starboard side. A 3? binnacle compass is standard with all designs. At the navigator?s seat there is a chart box with clear top (hinged) and a 12v outlet.
HELM AND NAVIGATOR SEATING
Seats are benches mounted on 12 volt DC electrically activated hydraulic lifts. Seating converts to extension of aft benches/berths with seatbacks reversing for fore and aft use. The footrest is built into seat base.
A removable table fits into a base socket on the bridge deck. Dedicated storage is provided via hatch on the aft end of the starboard settee and a rollout to carry the tabletop is provided to ease access.
Back drop curtains with clear panels.
Large center-mounted transom door with stainless steel hinges and latch. Ensign holder.
A fiberglass swim platform runs across the transom to provide easy access to the yacht.
Hot and cold shower in housing to match deck color.
Two flush-mounted courtesy lights are located port and starboard in the inboard hull sides.
White or off-white gel coat is standard.
Micron CSC bottom paint with two coats epoxy undercoat.
White or off-white gel coat.
400 N. Flagler Drive – Suite C
At Palm Harbor Marina
West Palm Beach, FL 33401