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Now Available, This 2009 SEA SPIRIT 60 Passagemaker Is In Outstanding Condition. This Vessel Has Been Well Cared For And Maintained By Its Current Owners.
The Successful Design Of The SEA SPIRIT 60 Is The Result Of Sparkman & Stephens Naval Architects And The Combined Efforts Of Dan Fritz, Founder Of QUEENSHIP. The SEA SPIRIT 60 Offers A Kevlar Reinforced Solid Hull With Four Watertight Bulkheads, A Fully Stabilized Hull, A Bulbous-bow Hull Form, redundant Systems throughout, A Robust Skeg That Protects The Shaft, Propeller And Rudder, A Single Lugger 1276-A2 Diesel and A Key Power 3500 Get-home System. These Key Features make For A Safe Vessel That Is Capable Of Trans-oceanic Cruising.
Some Notable Features Of This SEA SPIRIT 60 Include:
This SEA SPIRIT 60 Offers The Preferred Single Lugger Diesel Engine Which Provides For A Cruising Range Of Approximately 4,500 Nautical Miles At 8 Knots. Once Backed Down To A 6.5 Knot And With One Generator Running, The Range Can Be Extended To Approximately 7000 Nautical Miles. While Offering A Single Engine Set Up, This Vessel Is Equipped With A Key Power 3500 Get-home System Which Can Be Run Off Either Generator, It Will Provide A Speed Of 4-5 Knots.
Some Notable Features Of This SEA SPIRIT 60 Include:Built To ABS Standards (American Bureau Of Shipping) Yacht Controller Sidepower Bow & Stern Thrusters Easily Short-handled By Single Or Couple Shallow Draft And Low Air Draught Wesmar Stabilizers (not Stabilizer Dependent) Two Northern Lights Generators Reverso Fuel Poslishing & Transfer System Key Power 3500 Get-home System Sea Recovery 1800gpd Aquamatic Watermaker Xantrex 4000 Watt Inverter Updated Garmin Electronics 2020 Hull Painted In 2017 All Bright Work Re-done In 2019 Bottom Paint And Bottom Service Completed 2019
Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Luke Brown Yachts - Ft. Lauderdale.
Enter salon from aft deck. Desk is tucked into starboard corner and galley is forward on the port side. On the starboard side forward is day head. Forward up three steps is the pilothouse which is seperated from Salon/Galley by a teak door.
Located on starboard side of the salon adjacent to galley with convenient access from the salon, galley and pilothouse.
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