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2005 SYMBOL 68 PILOTHOUSE
The Symbol 68 Pilothouse By Naval Architect Jack Sarin, World-renowned Designer Of Westport Yachts, West Bay SonShip, Crescent, And Other Well-known Motor Yachts.
Large Enough For Extended Cruising But Small Enough For A Couple To Handle Without Crew. The Interior Is Gorgeous Satin Cherry Wood With Granite Countertops And Neutral Carpet & Fabrics. The Layout Features Three Full Cabins With Two En-suite Heads. A Spacious Aft Deck, Fully Covered Wide Side Decks, And A Comfortable Bow Sunpad Makes This A Truly Versatile Cruiser.
This Professionally Maintained 68 Pilothouse Also Features Two Stairwells To The Flybridge, Located In The Pilothouse And The Aft Deck. The Flybridge Is A Large Covered Area With Dual Helm Seats, A Dinette And A Boat Deck For The Tender.
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The interior features satin-finished cherry wood paneling. The galley countertop is black granite, and all heads have black granite countertops, teak & holly flooring and Grohe fixtures. The carpeting throughout is a beige, low-cut, luxurious pile.
Window treatments are highlighted by Hunter Douglas silhouette blinds in the salon. Headliners are high-quality Majilite vinyl material with a custom cherry wood ceiling design in the salon. Large viewing windows are found on the main deck and stainless steel opening port lights provide natural in the staterooms. Cabinet pulls, door hardware and plumbing fixtures are satin-finished nickel. All stateroom closets are cedar-lined and storage is maximized.
The Salon is spacious, featuring a 10' L-shaped, leather covered sofa, two easy chairs and a hi-lo table with burl wood top. A long set of port side cabinets house the entertainment center with pop-up plasma TV. The Galley is forward and to starboard.
Walking forward, the Pilothouse is up three stairs with an L-shaped settee that seats six to port, a helm station and a Stidd helm seat. Wing pantograph-style doors on either side provide access to the covered walkaround side decks. A wood stairwell to port leads up to the flybridge.
Owner and guest quarters are reached via the starboard stairwell in the Pilothouse. The Master Stateroom is located aft with a private head to port. The master berth is king size with the headboard to starboard and hinged air shocks for easy underneath access. The port lights on both sides are framed with stylish Shoji screens. Forward are double doors which open to a foyer. There is a vanity to port.
Forward and to port through the companionway is a cozy and inviting Guest Stateroom which houses twin side-by-side berths. The VIP Stateroom occupies the bow and features a centerline queen berth with a shared head.Engine and Mechanical Equipment:
The Engine Room is accessed from the aft deck via a concealed door in the staircase to the Flybridge. Full stand-up headroom with convenient access throughout. The Engine Room is dressed in white, perforated aluminum with foam / lead sound shielding behind. The twin CAT 3406 800Hp engines are mounted on one-piece polished stainless steel beds. Two 600-gallon fuel tanks run athwartships forward in the Engine Room for superior balance (connected via hoses with ball valves, sight gauges, and distribution manifold).
The hull has shallow propeller pockets and is solid FRP layup. Hull sides, decking and superstructure are all foam-core laminate. Windows are designed for excellent visibility in the Pilothouse and Salon. All are tempered safety glass with tinted sides and are frameless with silicone seams.
All four water tanks and three holding tanks are plastic. Drains, sumps and bilges are connected to a common manifold FRP tube which runs lengthwise down each side and discharges after under the platform. Main exhausts are the underwater type with stern bypasses. Air intakes (E/R) and fuel vents are mounted inside on the walk-around side decks. The Aft Deck is sizeable and highlighted by the previously mentioned built-in stairway to the Flybridge and an L-shaped al fresco settee. The Lazarette can be accessed by means of a large deck hatch. It offers convenient contact with the heavy-duty, all stainless steel steering gear and provides plenty of deck storage.
The transom door opens to an integral Swim Platform with concealed swim ladder. The main and forward decking is covered with molded pyramid non-skid. The wide walk-around side decks are covered. All deck rails and fittings are top quality polished 316-grade stainless steel. The Foredeck houses dual anchor hatches and an anchor pulpit.
The Flybridge features an L-shaped settee with FRP table aft of two Recro helm chairs. A custom-built, fully equipped Wet Bar occupies the Boat Deck and includes four stainless steel bar stools and a magnificent, cherry wood countertop with gloss finish.
Jack Sarin is renowned for designing and engineering superior, seaworthy hulls with tons of volume, and aesthetically pleasing lines resistant to trends. The ride on a Symbol is flat, comfortable, and quiet in all points of coastal wave conditions. Moreover, she's easy to handle and to maneuver.Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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