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Owner has purchased his next boat and has priced Moonstruck accordingly! He needs his dock space - must selll now!
Moonstruck's owner has continually upgraded, improved, and maintained this yacht for the last 18 years. He repowered Moonstruck with DD 6v92s at a cost of over $100,000. Recent improvements include new refrigerator, ice maker, windlass, and renewed brightwork. A great yacht for couples or family and versatile in sea keeping capabilities, Moonstruck is at home on inland waters or cruising the Bahamas, but is especially ideal for the Great Loop. Fun to see in Cocoa near Cape Canaveral.
The Californian 52 CPMY is basically the same yacht as the Californian 45 MY, but is enhanced by the addition of a cockpit. The efficient, modified V-hull design allows for easily handling and her shallow keel makes her a convenient vessel for coastal and inland waters while still being sea worthy for jaunts to nearby islands. With numerous areas for dining and entertaining, this built in America luxury yacht provides a great cruising vessel for family and friends.
Moonstruck has been owned by her current owner since 2002. After purchase, he repowered with two new Detroit 692s and new transmission at a cost of over $100,000. The owner starts the engines and generator every week, as well as performing regularly scheduled maintenance. Numerous upgrades makes Moonstruck a buying opportunity especially for a ready-to-go yacht!
Boarding is from either port or starboard boarding gates through wing doors onto the aft deck or by way of the cockpit. The cockpit has a separate entry into the master stateroom. Access to the flybridge is stairs from the aft deck. From the aft deck, entry is into the salon. A full helm station is forward on the starboard side. Aft is the full beam master stateroom with ensuite head. Forward from the salon and down only two steps is the galley with large dinette. Forward is the guest stateroom and guest head.
The salon is spacious, bright and inviting. To port is fine cabinetry housing the AV system. To starboard is a large L-shaped settee. Forward is a helm chair with full array of electronics, gauges, and instruments. Generous stowage in numerous areas.
The galley is large, bright, and offers the ability to prepare gourmet meals in a safe ergonomically designed U-shape. To starboard is a large C-shaped dinette with a dining table that accommodates service for 6.
The full beam master stateroom is aft. It is spacious and comfortable with plentiful drawers, lockers, and stowage. The convenient access to the cockpit provides for emergency egress via a door on the port side aft. As well, this access allows for coming into the cockpit in swimwear, snorkel/dive gear, etc. without traipsing through the yacht with wet clothes or sandy feet.
The ensuite master head is bright and roomy. A full-size tub and full shower makes living aboard feel like home.
The guest cabin is forward allowing good separation from the owners' stateroom. Twin V-berths.
Raritan Marine Elegance Head with fresh water and salt water flush. Separate stall shower.
Repowered with two new Detroit 692s and new transmission at a cost of over $100,000 in 2002. Current hours are approximately 375.
A KVH Satellite system was installed 2013.
Lower Helm station:
The flybridge is accessed by stairs from the aft deck. Good visibility fore and aft. Guest seating to starboard and aft.
The cockpit offers additional exterior space and is an ideal convenience for water sports or, of course, fishing. The heavy-duty swim platform was custom built with the intention of storing a dinghy. Door on forward bulkhead leads to master stateroom.
The owner, a prominent name in the marine industry, is reluctantly selling due for his need for a larger yacht. He is now in the process of purchasing and is looking for an immediate sale on Moonstruck.
Exclusions: Personal tools, artwork, (3) table lamps, galley ware.