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2015 Belize 54 Daybridge



Stonington, CT, US
  • 3 Staterooms
  • 2 Heads
  • 2 Engines

There Is No Mistaking "Madrine" A 2015 Belize 54 Daybridge. When Arriving, Heads Turn - Pupils Widen To Take In Her Unmistakable Beauty. She Is Not Your Ordinary, Average, Everyday Beauty -rather Her Form Is Breathtaking. She Exudes Perfect Form: Muscular Yet Flowing In Her Profile. 

Some Yachts Are Built To Tame The Water. Few Are Built To Use It As An Artist's Medium - To Work With The Water Creating An Effortless Ride And Stunning Performance. The Belize 54 Is Art In Motion Perfected - And The Ocean Is Your Canvas. Luxurious Adventure Awaits Select Purchasers Who Demand The Finest In True Blue-water Cruising. 

Wether Viewing Her From A Dock Or While Underway There Is No Mistaking The Undeniable Quality And Beauty Of A Belize 54 From Far Or Near. From Her Oversized Polished Stainless-steel Hardware To Her Robust Hand Rails And Stanchions More Typical To Mega Yachts Many Times Her Length She Epitomizes Quality And Pedigree. 

Madrine Is Equipped With The Latest Electronics Making Extended Cruising More Enjoyable And Safe. These Include But Are Not Limited To Radar, AIS, Satellite Weather, Automatic Trim, And Skyhook Position And Hold. 

The Riviera Belize 54 Daybridge Exemplifies The Culmination Of Almost 40 Years Of Yachting Expertise, A Desire To Create The Most Elegant And Capable Blue-water Sport Cruiser, And A Vision The Marries Timeless Form And Suburb Function. 

Her Creators Put Their Passion For Excellence, Desire For Timeless Elegance, And Expertise In Superior Quality And Practical Design To Work Resulting In The Amazing Riviera Belize 54 Daybridge.

The Belize 54 Daybridge Found Its Genesis Within A Company That Demands Dedication, A Relentless Drive For Premium Quality And Excellence, And Most Of All To Cater To A Select Group Of Adventurous Yachtsmen And Yachtswomen In True Pursuit Of Enjoyment.

With Most Of Her Competition, Discerning Purchasers Must Settle For Less In One Or More Of Performance, Style, Quality, Ease Of Operation And Enjoyment, And Of Course Beauty. 

Riviera And Belize As A Brand Makes No Excuses For Our Pricing As We Do Not Expect To Be The Least Expensive Brand On The Market Due To Our Premium Quality And Design. Yet That Does Not Mean We Do Not Provide Exemplary Value. In Fact, Our Value Is Evident In Consistent Resale That Tops The Competition.

What Makes Riviera And Belize One Of The Best Choices In Yachting?

  • Timeless Design And Beauty That Is Innovative However Not So Over The Top So As To Look Like A Fleeting Fad.
  • Technology That Makes Yachting Safer And More Enjoyable Rather Than Gadgets And Gimmicks That Have Little Practicality At Sea.
  • First Class Quality And Superior Construction That Holds Up To The Rigors Of True Blue-water Cruising.
  • Performance And Range That Is Second To None Among Our Peers.
  • At Riviera And Belize, Our Principals Answer To Our Customers, Not Shareholders.



Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by SYS Yacht Sales.

  • Last updated Jul 18th, 2024


Quick Specs

Country: US
Category: Power
Model: 54 Daybridge
Model Year: 2015


Cabins: 3
Heads: 2

Hull Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass


Length: 54 ' (16.46M)
Beam: 16.5 ft' (5M)


Fuel Capacity: 793 G. 3001 L.
Water Capacity: 185 G. 700 L.
Holding Tank: 92 G. 348 L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: Cummins
Engine Model: Zeus QSC 8.3
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 600
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1,914

Engine 2

Engine Make: Cummins
Engine Model: Zeus QSC 8.3
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 600
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1,931


Steering System

Joystick Control

Manufacturer Description

If the legendary wooden boats of our past had kept evolving, how might they look today? Belize could well offer some insights. We sense they may have stayed with a lower profile than many of today’s offerings. Not just for beauty’s sake, but because the more tall and top-heavy a boat, the more ungainly and susceptible to windage. The trick is to have a sweet sheerline and profile without it stealing room below decks. On the Belize, the sheer remains fairly flat until gently rising toward the bow. But in this case, even good looks can be deceiving; the Belize actually delivers greater space— in the sizing of beds, heads, showers, in fact all living areas— than similar-sized production counterparts. It’s a testimony to very experienced thinking, artful computer-aided design and stronger, less bulky miracle materials. But there are more differences: Unusually for a motoryacht today, the Belize sheer is really the top edge of a substantial and shippy bulwark— instead of a token toerail— for more secure side access and drier passagemaking. This bulwark is in turn capped with a shaped teak rail (left natural, but available with four coats of gloss, if desired). Set atop the caprail is a beautifully electro-polished array of stainless stanchions (32mm rather than 25mm) carrying two horizontal rails that wrap right around the boat, to almost halfway along the cockpit. The top rail isn’t the usual 25 or 30mm pipe, but a 60mm X 40mm elliptical shape that, as the hand falls upon it, feels as substantial as the reassuring traditional teak handrail of days gone by — without the vulnerability and maintenance.

Because Cummins Zeus pod drives had been agreed upon for the 54, the boat’s running surface was primarily penned on that specific basis. First, by Ocean Yacht Designs, then reviewed by Cummins’s own in-house naval architects. With all their approvals in hand, the hull was then taken to the Australian Maritime College (AMC) in Tasmania, for two rounds of tank testing. Further shape tweaks were made during AMC’s testing; all the time improving efficiency, (a reduction in running trim angle, for instance, as well as a nice bonus of ‘less effective power required’) and resulting in a shape beautifully mated to her power source. Essentially, it’s a warped-plane hull with a very fine entry, and strong flare decreasing to a fairly flat run aft— a deadrise of 12 degrees.

Further aiding efficiency are pod tunnels scooped into the aft section, protecting props and allowing a proper keel to assist tracking, with a very substantial turn-down chine in the bow to deflect spray and deliver a more dry and silky ride offshore. The boat simply proceeds in a stately fashion, in keeping with her exterior style. In more traditional times, the actual profile of the bow itself might’ve been dead plumb. But at the speeds we’re able to drive our boats today we need buoyancy forward; we don’t need a bow that will dig into a wave (this is not an ocean race) but lift over it. Hence the slight spoon arc of the bow, at any sort of speed slicing a glassy sheet of water that turns into spray further down the flanks. Following this wake along, almost halfway down the hull we start to detect the gradual compound curve of the hull’s tumblehome, becoming quite pronounced at the transom. This reverse curve is more than sensual, it’s also practical; placing less weight up high in the hull and offering protection from slamming— against a jetty, or rafted companions.

As the cradle of our civilisation, Europe still— quite deservedly— influences our design sensibility. Even so, we tend to take it with a grain of salt. We try to cherry-pick and adapt ideas to suit different cruising distances, light levels and lifestyles, in many locations. The Belize designers have struck a keen-eyed balance between European panache and Australian practicality. Throughout any Belize yacht, fabric panel walls, leather, weatherproof leatherette and passages of woodgrain are used in a contemporary palette to create a warm and inviting ambiance, and to contribute to excellent acoustics. Two pack polyurethane finishes accent and protect key surfaces in the galley, on door panels and other key joinery interludes. High lustre is not, by any means, the answer to every décor decision; a number of Belize interior surfaces are quite muted. Satin varnish, for instance, is evident throughout the saloon, galley, helm, companionway and forward cabin threshold. Galley bench tops offer a choice of natural solid surface materials. The Miele name badges the induction cooktop, combination oven, and microwave. The AC/DC Vitrifrigo system provides two capacious chiller drawers and a separate freezer drawer. The dual bowl sink is served by award-winning German Grohe tapware. Right across from the galley, on the starboard side is the true heart of the saloon; a large L-shaped seating area that does double duty as lounge and dinette. (Or triple duty, with its clever purpose-built storage for crockery, glassware and charts tucked under.) The saloon’s opening side windows allow for natural ventilation, but when the temperature calls for it, you can waft a good 24,000 BTU’s of air conditioning through saloon, galley and helm areas.

The Belize 54 was designed by 4D Designs in collaboration with the Riviera and Belize design team with the designers striking keen-eyed balance between European panache and Australian practicality and have delivered greater elegance and space – in all the living areas.

One level living from the galley aft to the cockpit. An inspired lower command helm with dedicated guest seating.

Rarely seen on a motoryacht of this style and size, the master stateroom extends the full beam of the yacht. Every bit as opulent as the master, the VIP stateroom occupies the entire forward V-section with queen-sized island bed. The third guest stateroom, is no less highly specified with twin adult-sized single beds. There are two bathrooms on the accommodation deck.

Flybridge lovers will relish the wind-in-the-hair and sun-on-the-face experience that the Daybridge offers. Every bit as sociable as the main saloon. The technical credentials of the Belize 54 Daybridge will certainly impress.

Resin-infused composite construction, double vinyl-ester outer skin, watertight, stepped collision bulkhead and independent foam-filled hull compartments. CZone digital switching system, Glass Cockpit navigation and Volvo Penta Integrated Propulsion System (IPS) with joystick docking.

A finite number of Belize Motoryachts are built each year. This means that you will own and command something quite different and unique.

Construction and Standard Features


Engines painted in High Gloss White

Cummins QSC 600 Zeus Pod Drive


A total of 792 US gallons (3,000 liters) of fuel capacity in 2 aluminum fuel tanks with balance line, anti-corrosion white epoxy coating, pressure tested and certified

Racor fuel filters single per engine

Electronic fuel gauges at main helm via engine management screens

Fuel sight gauges fitted in engine room

Fuel lines all swaged

Manual fuel shut off valves outside of the engine room


Custom stainless-steel high-quality bow roller with chain stop, bow plate and anchor launch system

Camera mounted into bow plate above anchor

Anchor - stainless steel 35kg (77lbs) anchor, 60m of 10mm (3/8'') galvanized chain

Anchor locker compartment split for chain, lines and fender stowage Two (2) anchor locker hatches with positive lock stainless steel catches

Electrical 24V winch, vertical chain anchor winch with rope and chain capstan. Winch and chain Gypsy are recessed below the deck leaving capstan accessible above hatch.

Handheld lanyard remote control at bow for up/down control of anchor.

Anchor winch remote and chain counter located at helm for up and down control

Fenders (x 4), Mooring lines (x 4), boat hook

Foredeck Lighting Hella Easy Fit Blue (8 in total)

Targa Uplighting Blue x 3 to light Sat domes and Radar


Acoustic and thermal insulation linings to engine room and machinery spaces

Acoustic and heat insulation on freshwater tank face to help prevent heating of the fresh water from engine room heat while providing additional sound proofing to accommodation

Engine room lights 5 X LED (DC)

One (1) Duplex AC receptacle

Engine room access via lift up hatch with gas strut

White aluminum perforated insulation panels throughout engine room

Engine Room - Grey Vinyl, non-slip ‘Pirelli’ flooring

Fresh water fill hose for engines and generator in engine room

Direct access to engine room from aft deck hatch with access ladder and safety rails around both engines.

DC Exhaust fans fitted in engine room

Engine mounts - anti vibration

Engine room ventilation system air intakes with mist eliminators and forced air out system


Cockpit - docking station, including Joystick engine control with start stop control panel, installed into quarter panel with folding lid (port side)

2nd zone stereo speakers installed to exterior deck head with remote control

Custom stainless-steel catchment drains to aft side decks port and starboard

Molded port and starboard side transom stairway with teak steps and lights for access to swim platform from the cockpit

Molded breakfast bar with a teak or solid surface top. To include Ice Maker and rubbish bin under. Wet bar unit with one (1) Vitrifrigo drawer fridge and also glass storage. Electric BBQ built into transom unit above the tender garage with gas struts, molded sink, faucet with hot and cold-water supply, micro switch on lid for safety and LED lighting

One (1) teak tabletop on electric high/ low mechanism and stainless-steel support leg

Overhead warm white LED lighting to cockpit

Removable Storage bin under bench with two swing out seats. Seats include covers

Self-draining cockpit deck with deep gutters to all hatches. All hatches have rubber seals

Two (2) strong swinging Euro designed & high-quality stainless-steel bar stools. (Seats include covers 

Teak cockpit deck, swim platform and teak steps

Two (2) stainless steel stylish transom gates in elliptical stainless-steel tube

One freshwater wash down outlet under aft step

Vertical Fender stowage in both aft quarter lockers

Blue/White overhead LED lighting to cockpit


Air Conditioning 16,000 BTU with 6 Air conditioning outlets

Dedicated switches for Horn, wipers (with intermittent setting) overhead and navigation lights and engine start / stop

Fuel and water gauges read on Navigation screens

Lighting switches for over each helm with warm white and red night lights –backlit switching

Garmin 315 VHF radio

Muir anchor windlass control with chain counter

One (1) leather electric helm chair with arm rests: electric forward and aft movement.

Leather upholstered seating at the helm for passengers to match the style of the helm chair

One (1) Cummins Zeus Joystick control for easy docking and slow speed maneuverability

Magnetic compass with night lighting

Stylish ‘retro’ helm stations with leather and stitched features - easy access to dashboard controls

Two (16”) Multifunction Garmin Glass Bridge screens with Worldwide base map and full engine instrumentation cameras through Glass Bridge Screens; camera pack includes: Iris IR dome camera in engine room, and cockpit.

Pacoem waterproof camera at anchor and optional aft swim platform.

Cummins Mercruiser electronic gear and throttle controls

Garmin Grid for remote operation of the Glass Bridge screens

Two (2) Cummins Mercruiser round Gauges in the center of the dash connected to the NMEA 2000 network

Seafire alarm panel

Cummins Mercruiser Ignition panel

Solid teak and Stainless-Steel Belize Steering wheel

Two (2) eyeball style directional air conditioning vents on the dashboard with custom polished stainless-steel bezel

One (1) Double USB outlet

One (1) 12v outlet

Bilge pump audible alarms and manual switching


Hand laid, molded fiberglass hull, deck and daybridge GRP construction.

Hull stiffened with longitudinal and transverse stringers, foam cored, and GRP sheathed, supported by transverse bulkheads and deck

Independent compartments throughout hull structure for safety

Isophthalic gelcoat exterior (white)

Main bulkheads and forward floor are resin infused composite construction using foam core with layers of fiberglass laminate for weight efficiency

Non-skid finishes applied to foredeck and side decks Roof area aft of the sunroof has (2) two large integrated glass windows

Solid GRP keel, chines and engine penetration area

Entire hull shell laminate in vinylester resin with Balsa core for added stability and for optional painted hull

Hull antifouled in black with epoxy primer, Propspeed applied to Zeus drives and propellers

Watertight stepped collision bulkhead and anchor locker forward

Teak decking applied to, cockpit, swim platform, side steps and aft port and starboard rope lockers


Bow Rail on main deck built in 60mm elliptical stainless top rail, 32 mm upright stanchions, solid mid rails at 25mm forward with white plastic covered stainless-steel wires running aft including burgee holder

Two (2) stainless steel custom bow mounted fairleads. Each fitted to teak bulwark capping, one (1) port and (1) starboard

Cleats - stainless steel: Four (4) for amidships, two (2) each side as springer cleats. Each affixed atop the teak bulwark capping; Two (2) for foredeck, one on each side; Two (2) cleats on aft deck quarters, one (1) on each side. Custom fairleads to each cleat aft; Two (2) stainless steel custom fairleads on toe rail, one each side

Fresh water deck wash points x2 - one (1) on aft deck and one (1) in anchor locker - S/S quick connect

Manship stainless round deck hatch x3 with blind & fly screen

Sea water deck wash point in anchor locker - S/S quick connect

One (1) high quality deck wash-down pump 24v DC, for sea water wash down at anchor locker

Two (2) round stainless steel opening portholes with alarms and fly screens, 1 x port head and 1 x starboard guest cabin

LED search light on Bow

Sun bed on foredeck with white vinyl cushion with closed cell foam, 40mm elliptical stainless-steel surrounding grab rails and two (2) drink holders. Sunbed folds up into lounge position. Two (2) speakers from Yamaha system installed in the brow for sound on foredeck Forward Sunbed Cover

Wash down hose supplied 4m


Three (3) windscreen wipers and fresh water wash down system. Pantograph wipers are equipped with intermittent control facility

Forward curved 12mm glass windscreen including standard Breezeway windscreen cover. Windscreen includes full heat reduction treatment in glass manufacturing process as standard to help achieve better heat resistance

Side windows - Dark tinted 6mm Glass, opening (sliding port and starboard)

Dark tinted tempered glass and stainless steel for aft deck bulkhead, includes sliding door and opening outward hopper window with integrated blinds - all curved vertically for aesthetic appeal

Two (2) fuel fillers and one (1) freshwater deck filler with stainless steel vents

Dockside pump-out point for black water

LED courtesy lights for exterior cockpit and side decks Navigation lights LED (international standard)

Kahlenberg Dual Trumpet air horns

Molded GRP mast for all aerials and lights. Accommodates for standard GPS aerial, LED docking lights, radar and optional TV Sat dome. Mast painted to match gelcoat as standard.

Stainless steel anchor light bracket

Flagpole stainless steel and teak with socket, installed to both prt & stbd side of aft quarter panels.

Stainless Steel Belize Logos fixed to port and starboard cabin sides aft of side windows

Maxilume spot/floodlight on mast

Garmin GMR18 4kw 48nm 18” Radar dome through Garmin Glass Bridge Screen, Autopilot GHS10i remote with 8’ Shakespeare antenna and S/S mount on mast. Garmin GSD 26 Chirp Sounder through Glass Bridge screens


Battery selector switches located in cockpit locker controlled by Czone

BEP CZoneTM digital networked control and monitoring system with 10” touch screen in the galley for control of all AC & DC equipment along with monitoring all on- board systems

Digital monitoring system including high water level alarm with audible and visual indication, water level indicator on CZoneTM screens

DC 24v Lights throughout, LED warm white lighting and dimmable through Czone control. USB outlets installed at helm station

Emergency battery coupling system permits engine start battery banks to link

Four (4) AC Delco 12V S31-1001MF 1000 CCA lead acid batteries for engine start @ 24v

Four (4) Mastervolt 12V/225 AH Gell Cell batteries for domestic service @ 24v

Two (2) AC Delco 12V S31-1001MF 1000 CCA lead acid for Auxiliary and Generator starting @ 24v

One (1) Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24/100 battery charger for domestic bank.

One (1) Onan EQD 17.5 kva / 50Hz or 17 KVA / 60Hz single phase Generator which is fresh water cooled with a sound shield, hour meter, remote stop/start with diagnostic capability.

One (1) 24/2500W-120V 60Hz inverter for USA (for TV, Yamaha Sound System, Blue-ray player, icemaker)

One (1) Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24/30-3 battery charger for engine start batteries and Auxiliary.

One (1) 60-amp 24v to 12v converter for 12V equipment

One (1) 15 amp and one (1) 50-amp shore power connection in an enclosed locker at the transom - includes 2 shore power leads as standard. (Glendinning cable master shore power cable retractor as standard on USA vessels)

Port engine alternator charges port start bank, starboard alternator charges starboard start bank and domestic bank via VSR (voltage sensitive regulator)

Vessel wired using BEP CZoneTM system of digital switching

Bronze through hull fittings all bonded to electrolytic protection system


Engine room bilge pumps: two (2) automatic SeaFlo 24v electric bilge pumps with manual override at CZoneTM screen and helm switches.

Forward: two (2) automatic SeaFlo 24v electric bilge pump with manual override at CZoneTM, one under master cabin berth and one under forward cabin sole.

Float switches fitted to all bilge pumps

Visual & audible signal for bilge high water.

One (1) manual bilge pump for engine room with handle located remotely in the cockpit portside locker

All bilge pumps to discharge through anti-syphon loops to skin fittings in boot stripe

All grey water and storm water overboard discharge is at the transom port and starboard through common drains


High quality sea water inlet strainers for all inlets with visual sights to check if clear of debris


Fresh water x2 poly tanks @ 350litres each water tank, total capacity 700 Liters (184 US gallons)* (approx)

Fresh water level indicator through CZone screen & water level sight gauge on tank.

Fresh water heater 80lt AC

One (1) 24v DC high quality freshwater pump, filter & pressure tank


Two (2) Tecma Silence 24v electric toilets with control panel, white toilet seats and lids

Holding tank GRP 100 US gallons (380 liters) with indicator and macerator pump from holding tank for overboard discharge.

Holding tank level gauge through CZoneTM screens, Pump out switch at CZoneTM.

One (1) independent fiberglass sump tank with clear cover and inspection hatch for shower water.

One (1) Whale gulper pump (for showers) 24v DC sump pump for the shower sump tank (pump mounted outside tank)


Cruise Air Direct expansion/DX remote air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system with air handlers:

Saloon 16,000 BTU

Main Helm 16,000 BTU

Master Stateroom 18,000 BTU

VIP Stateroom 12,000 BTU

Starboard Guest Cabin 12,000 BTU split from Master Stateroom compressor

Both Staterooms split to heads

Digital Controller to all air handlers (Starboard Controller is not digital control)

Discreet air conditioning vents


Fire extinguishers, portable x 3 and mounted accordingly

Seafire extinguisher NFD950M NOVEC system with manual release at the cockpit. Fire alarms integrated to Czone system for additional alarms via screens and activation of emergency lighting.


Built in handheld shower with hot and cold-water supply

Elliptical stainless-steel safety rail around BBQ and garage hatch, behind the bench seating

High-quality stainless-steel swim ladder housed in a locker on the swim platform

One built in locker housing for Shore power connection inlets (2), and dockside city water inlet with regulator

Teak laid swim platform including hull sponsons with fixed height sections each side including 60mm stainless steel rub rail. Centre section of swim platform has an electro-hydraulic high / low mechanism (max capacity 200KG) to aid in dinghy launch and retrieval

Two (2) recessed 24v DC LED floodlights for docking


Internal 24v DC LED lighting and 24v DC floodlight fitted

Tender garage designed to house 3.0m dinghy, electric opening mechanism for tender garage door. Electric winch retrieval system (24V DC) for easy return of the dinghy back into the garage. Runner system and nylon runners to suit 3m RIB inflatable


Quarter sawn American Walnut wood throughout with satin varnish finish

Standard 3 cabin layout as per G.A drawing.

Indirect LED lighting affect to all beds and steps.

All interior lighting in LED warm white 24VDC.

All decor bedding supplied & fitted with a choice of four (4) Packages

All Interior and exterior overhead lighting


Solid Surface benchtop color - As fitted to galley (as selected)

Blu-ray player to Saloon TV

All main deck blinds to port and starboard are electric as standard. (Does not include aft blinds in curved door and window)

Air conditioning 16,000 BTU

CZoneTM Control panel 10" for AC and DC switching and vessel monitoring

Dining table including full set of storage drawers

Euro inspired and designed cabinetry & fittings' Garbage receptacle via drop in through bench top

Large one and a half bowl underslung stainless-steel sink with Grohe Euro single faucet tap

LED TV with electric TV lifter, back cover in aft saloon cabinet with remote control, multi-switch and red eye control

Large fully mirror lined bar and storage drawer under helm seat - accommodating bottles and glasses.

Bose Sound System installed under saloon lounge with flush mounted surround sound speakers in headliner

Lighting, overhead, LED (DC)

Miele 3 burner Cooktop

Miele Combo microwave convection oven

Overhead storage cupboards with exhaust fan in-built

Two (2) Refrigeration units: Vitrifrigo DC pull out drawer type fridges, One (1) Vitrifrigo DC fridge/freezer drawer type under sink cabinet 

Solid Teak flooring throughout Saloon/Galley areas

Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher (Pot drawer)


Bulkheads in fabric finishes

Entry doors Euro inspired design & fittings in high quality finishes

Stairway from galley to companionway featuring teak stairs and teak companionway flooring with oval stainless-steel rail and LED lighting


Air conditioning: 18,000 BTU (split to starboard cabin & head)

Carpet floors throughout with quality underlay

Cedar lined wardrobe with internal LED lighting on auto switch.

LCD 24" Television including inbuilt DVD installed 

Euro design bed surrounds and bedhead area

Hanging locker to starboard side finished in timber & leather

Large storage space beneath bed with drawers & under bed LED Lighting

Long mirror set in bulkhead behind entry door

Privacy lock to cabin door

Port side drawer unit finished in timber & leather with integrated make up table and GPO

Oversized Queen size walk around bed with 8" innerspring mattress

Teak flooring to step into cabin

Two (2) large oval port lights with integrated opening port holes with alarms and flyscreens. Portholes fitted within the portlights, Manual Porthole blinds (Optional electric)

Two (2) LED reading lamps

Decor pack including sheets, bedcovers, pillows, bath towels & bathrobes (x2)


Air conditioning split from stateroom 

Extraction fan

Large walk-in shower with frameless glass shower door, teak and Grohe shower set

Molded bathroom with a warm gelcoat finish

Privacy lock on the door

Storage cupboard with mirror

Tecma Silence DC toilet with white seat and lid

Toilet roll holder & accessories 

Towel rails x2 (Master bathroom has heated towel rail)

Wash basin with marble vanity bench top

Opening porthole with alarm and fly screen. Manual blind over porthole (electric optional)


Access to ensuite/day head

Air conditioning: 12,000 BTU split to the head

Carpet with quality underlay

Double island bed forward with 8" innerspring mattress

Euro design bed surrounds and bed head area

Large open storage area under berth with drawers and under bed LED lighting

Makeup dresser & mirror including foldout seat

Manship stainless round deck hatch with blind & fly screen

Nightstands finished in timber & leather

Private entrance door with privacy lock

Two (2) cedar lined wardrobes with internal LED lighting on auto switching

Two (2) LED reading lamps 

Two (2) fixed oval port lights and blinds

Teak Steps x 2 (Port & Starboard) of Bed

Decor pack of sheets, bedcovers & pillows


Direct access from VIP Cabin or Lower Foyer then utilized as the day head

Manship stainless round deck hatch with blind & fly screen

Air conditioning split from VIP stateroom

Extraction fan

Large walk-in shower with frameless glass shower door, teak and Grohe shower set

Molded bathroom with a warm gelcoat finish

Opening porthole with alarm and fly screen. Manual blind over porthole (electric optional)

Privacy locks on both doors

Storage cupboard with mirror

Tecma Silence DC toilet with white seat and lid

Toilet roll holder & accessories

Towel rails x2

Wash basin with marble vanity bench top


Air conditioning 12,000BTU, split from master cabin, air handler and control

Carpet with underlay

Direct access from companionway with privacy lock

Cedar lined Hanging locker

Manship stainless round deck hatch with blind & fly screen Opening porthole with flyscreen & blind

Single nightstand with drawer in timber & leather finish

Two (2) LED reading lights

Under bed LED lighting

Upper and lower bunks are two meters long with 6” mattresses

Decor pack of sheets, bedcovers & pillows

Privacy lock to Cabin Door


All stainless-steel exterior fastenings 316 marine grade

All stainless-steel mirror-finish with ground and polished welds

All through hull fittings on or below the water line fitted with ball valves, all hoses double clamped 

Owner's manual - High quality, water resistant and comprehensive

Safety labels - English language


White Hull Color Standard (Painted hull optional - POA)


DC 24v lights throughout, LED warm white lighting and dimmable through CZoneTM control. USB outlets installed at upper and lower helm stations

One (1) 15 amp and one (1) 50-amp shore power connection in an enclosed locker at the transom - includes 2 shore power leads as standard. (Glendinning cable master shore power cable retractor as standard on USA vessels)

Four (4) Mastervolt 12V/225 AH Gel Cell batteries for domestic service @ 24v

Two (2) Mastervolt 12V/130 AH low maintenance AGM battery for Auxiliary and Generator starting @24v

Optional Features

Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Pot drawer


Spotlight on bow

Aqualuma 12 series underwater lights x 5 blue/white

Back up freshwater pump

Tender BRIG Falcon 300HL

Full cockpit awning on 2 stainless posts, oval stainless-steel tube, LED lighting, clear quarter panels and white/beige back cover

Breezeway windscreen cover

Forward sunbed cover

Cockpit table cover

Aft seat cover

Cupholders in saloon behind lounge forward corner

Dressing table in lieu of sofa master stateroom

Small Safe in owners’ bed starboard side

Satellite TV and Dome

Garmin AIS System

Garmin GXM 52 Sat Receiver and Ant. For weather and stereo

Dingy with Honda 20 with Trim and Tilt


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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