• 95'
  • 1990
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $1,399,000


SEE HER AT THE FORT LAUDERDALE BOAT SHOW! Unique opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind yacht! 2016 yard period included such things as new bottom paint, new waste treatment system, and updated bathrooms with new flooring and granite counters.

"Serenity II" was designed and built for the adventurous yachtsman.  With many attributes usually reserved for much larger boats, she boasts an on-deck master stateroom and very large crew quarters.  Other features include full walk-around decks on both levels, a workshop, vast storage/refrigeration areas, an impressive pilothouse, bulbous bow, and proven world-wide capability.  Her reliable Caterpillar engines, long distance range, and full displacement hull make this a very seaworthy vessel, so she will truly appeal to any venturesome owner.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Pilothouse MY
  • Model Year: 1990
  • YearBuilt: 1990
  • Year Refit: 2016
  • Refit Type: Interior
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Enclosed Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 3/0/5
  • LOA: 95' 0" (28.96m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: 95' 0" (28.96m)
  • Beam: 23' 6" (7.16m)
  • Min Draft: 4' 5" (1.35m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 9" (2.06m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,400 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 5,000 Miles
  • Max Speed: 14 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 2,100 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 192 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 1,400 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 6,000 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 5
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 5
  • Crew Heads: 2
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Teak and Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Jack Sarin
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3406
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


  1. Built with the unique vision of incorporating aircraft-like features into the yacht, including a fighter-like cockpit in the wheelhouse with “air-traffic like controls” overhead.
  2. 2016 yard period included new bottom paint, numerous interior upgrades, and a new waste treatment system. A complete list of upgrades and work list is available in the full specifications.
  3. On-deck master stateroom plus two lower staterooms. The captain’s cabin could be considered a 4th stateroom by open-minded buyers.
  4. Reliable CAT engines with just over 9,000 hours. CAT has recommended the next rebuild at 15,000 hours. 
  5. Uniquely large and open utility space on the lower deck (7' x 7') with access to the crew lounge and crew cabins, workshop and engine room. The utility space is a fantastic addition to the crew area and adds volume to the space; this utility space/crew area is comparable to a much larger yacht- even closer to a 120’-130’ crew area.
  6. Full walk-around decks on both levels.
  7. Massive refrigeration and storage areas throughout the boat- excellent for long-range cruising!
  8. Bulbous bow for the ultimate in comfort and performance.
  9. Current owners have a lot of pride in the yacht and have put almost $1m into her over the past few years.


SERENITY II offers a unique opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind, aircraft inspired cruiser not found anywhere else in the world.

In the wheelhouse, the reverse-angle bridge window panels are bulletproof, designed to stay free of fog and ice.  The space has a unique set-up, combining a fighter pilot cockpit and an air traffic control console station. Throttle controls, gauges, and the symmetrical layout of Captain and mate seating- like pilot and co-pilot positions-are also aviation inspired. There is no traditional steering wheel aboard, but rather joystick controls that can trim the boat with a flick of the wrist. Additionally, a single bunk, office space, and dayhead add to the convenience of the space. Two large windows located aft also make it easy to check on any deck equipment or a tender when towing underway.

SERENITY II offers accommodations for up to 6 guests in three staterooms, including an on-deck master. All staterooms have en-suite heads that were recently refit with new vinyl flooring, granite countertops, new paint in the shower, new headhunter systems, new headhunter toilets, and new glass shower doors.

The main salon is a fantastic space to watch a movie, relax, or play the piano, with a small bar located between the dining salon forward. The dining space offers seating for 8 with custom built-in china and crystal storage. The entire space is flooded with excellent natural light via large rectangular windows. The galley, which is just forward of the dining salon, can easily accommodate a full boat of guests.

The utility space in the lower crew area is massive (7' x 7'), with an open stairwell leading up to the main deck. Truly a must-see, this space offers a unique workshop for engineering, extra refrigeration and storage, and access to the crew lounge and Captain's cabin, which is uniquely separate from the other crew cabins. This cabin could even be used as a 4th stateroom by an open-minded buyer.

On the exterior, there is dining for up to 12 on the main deck aft, and up on the bridge deck there is a davit and storage for a tender. The bow has a large bunny pad for guests to enjoy the sun or take a nap. An excellent feature on the bow is an enormous locker that provides plenty of storage for such things as deck supplies, dive gear, cushions, and inflatable toys.

SERENITY II is like no other yacht on the market and offers a unique opportunity to own a truly one of a kind piece of yachting jewelry. She is ready for her next adventure around the world!  


Safety was key during the build of the yacht, and besides having two completely separate power plants, electrical systems, fuel systems, hydraulic systems, and divetrains, the boat has a collision bulkhead and a double hull that extends aft to the engine room. Additionally, seven watertight compartments can sustain a hole and complete flooding while the boat maintains positive buoyancy. Every compartment- including the engine room- has two escape routes, in addition to 11 portholes that are large enough to use as exits in an emergency.

Each moving piece of machinery in the air-conditioned engine room is set on rubber mounts and slides out on racks with rollers for easy maintenance. That includes everything from tiny filters to generators.

Another feature of the Jack Sarin designed hull (Westport hull designer) is the 18-foot bulbous bow, designed to reduce wake and improve performance of the vessel.


Full displacement fiberglass hull with bulbous bow.
Fiberglass superstructure with aluminum pilothouse.

Teak decks on the main deck.

Full paint job in 2014-2015 with Awlgrip Awlcraft 2000 at Lauderdale Marine Center, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


 Length Overall: 95.00 feet                        (29.00 meters)  
 Beam: 23.60 feet   (7.16 meters)  
 Draft Maximum: 6.90 feet   (2.05 meters)  
 Tonnage: 192 gross tons    
 Fuel Capacity: 5,995 US Gallons  (22,693 liters)  
 Water Capacity: 1,490 US Gallons    (5,640 liters)  
 Watermakers: 1,800 US Gallons/day    (6,813 liters)  
 Lube Oil: 118 US Gallons       (447 liters)  
 Used Lube Oil: 60 US Gallons       (227 liters)  
 Grey Water: 40 US Gallons       (151 liters)  
 Black Water: 300 US Gallons    (1,135 liters)  
   Speed  Consumption per hour  RPM
 Maximum: 14 knots 2100
 Cruising/Economical: 10 knots 30 gal/hr 1400


Main Engines  
 Engine Type: (2) Caterpillar 3406 cylinder diesels, 540 HP each
 Hours (as of 5.16) Port: 9,042 Starboard: 9,047
 Gearboxes: Twin Disc 3:1 MG514C reduction gears
 Drive: Propeller
 Generators & Electricity  
 Generators: (2) 40 Kw Northern Lights generators
 Hours (as of 5.16) Port: 275 SMOH; Rebuilt at 17,928 hours           
  Starboard: 800 since engine replaced; New engine in generator replaced at 6,800 hours (2014)
 Shore Power: (2) A/Sea 240VAC 100 amp 50/60 Hz
  Output Volts: 110 VAC
 Batteries: Main engine starting: (4) 24V DC gel cell Interstate batteries 8D (replaced 2013-2014)
  Generator starting: (2) 12V DC gel cell Interstate batteries 4D (replaced 2013-2014)
  General Service: (2) 12V DC gel cell Interstate batteries DP180
  Emergency: (1) 12V 4D gel cell Interstate battery 
 Type: (3) 19,000 BTU 16 air handling units (all replaced 2016)
  New touch screen thermostat controls (2016) 
 Other Machinery  
 Watermakers: (1) FCI Aquamiser+ 1,800 gpd
  U/V purifier
 Stabilizers: Naiad roll control 301 dual powered
 Bow Thruster: Wesmar 50hp (hydraulic)
 Steering System: Telcor 
 Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval (centrifuge) standard racor systems 300 gph
 Sewage System: Tidal Wave Headhunter HMX
 Fresh Water System: Flotech 


Communication Systems  
 Tele. System: Toshiba 
 GMDSS: SEA 322 SSB Radio Telephone
  (2) Standard VHF Horizon Spectrum with built in fog horn and distress positioning
  Rayline search light controls- 1 light forward
  SAT C 1210 Furuno Inmarsat Distress System 
 Ships Computer: Hatteland Display  
  VEI monitor with switch for ships 2 computers or navigation system
 Computer Printer: Epsow XP830 printer/copier/fax/scanner 
Navigation Systems  
 Radar: (1) Furuno FAR 2117-BB 12 kW
  (1) Furuno FAR 2127-BB 25 kW
 Gyrocompass: (2) Furuno AD-108 Converters
   Sperry MK-37 w/ repeaters interfaced to radars and autopilots
 Compass: Danforth Constellation 5" (wing stations only) 
  CiPlath magnetic compass- pilothouse 
 Automatic Pilot:  Furuno FAT 50 (system 1)
  Furuno FAP 50 (system 2)
 Digital Depth: Furuno FCU-295
 Video Sounder: Furuno 261 dual frequency color video 
 GPS:  (2) Northstar 941-X GPS
 Navtex: Furuno NX-500
 Sonar: Furuno CH 14 color scanning sonar- 360 degrees
 Infrared Camera: ACR
 Wind: B&G HS 921
 System Monitor:  

 Entertainment Systems
Video Equipment
 (1) 43" LG with Crestron remote (main salon)
 (1) 21" Panasonic flat screen TV (master stateroom)
 (1) 24" Insignia flat screen TV (crew lounge)
 (2) 19" Insignia TV's (2 guest staterooms)
 (1) Sony DVD player (starboard guest cabin)
 (1) Toshiba DVD player (port guest cabin) 
 (5) DIRECT satellite receivers

Audio Equipment:
 (1) Denon AV Sound Receiver
 (1) Denon Blu-Ray Player
 (1) Custom Sight & Sound amp with matching load sensor and amp protector (main salon)
 (2) Sony CD and stereo systems (2 guest cabins)


Main Galley Equipment  
 Cooking Equipment: Wolf convection oven 
  GE Microwave
  Wolf stovetop with 5 burners
 Refrigeration & Freezer: Sub-Zero side-by-side (new 2016)
  Sub-zero refrigerator (under counter, main salon)
 Wine Cooler: Vinotemp  
 Dishwasher: Maytag 
 Trash Compactor: KitchenAid 

Crew Galley/Mess Equipment  
 Cooking Equipment: 2-burner cook-top
  GE Spacemaker II microwave
 Refrigeration: (2) Sub-Zero under-counter refrigerators
  (1) True Freezer (utility space)
  (1) True Refrigerator (utility space)
  (1) Cooper Refrigerator (utility space)
Laundry Equipment  
 Laundry Equipment: (1) GE stackable washer and dryer (crew)
  (1) GE stackable washer and dryer (guest hall)


Tenders: 15'9" Novurania with Yamaha 80 hp


 Anchor Windlass:  (1) Lofrans Ercole 4000 electric with chain and line warping drum
 Anchors:  (2) @ 231 pounds each
   (1) @ 60 pounds with 20' of chain and 600' of 1" rope
 Anchor chain:  Port: 400' 5/8" H.S. chain
   Starboard: 350' 5/8" H.S. chain
 Crane and Davit: Nautical Structures / Marquipt
 Boarding Ladder: Opacmare  
 Gangway: Marquipt
 Misc.: (2) 1500" stern warping windlasses


 Safety Equipment  
 Life rafts:  (2) 12-man automatic Givens life rafts
 Life jackets:  (42) adult life jackets
   (5) child life jackets


The on-deck master stateroom with king sized bed is located furthest forward with an en-suite head and stall shower. A desk, chest of drawers with mirrors above, bookshelf, and large closet accent the space. Two large portholes provide excellent natural light during the day.

Located on the lower deck aft are two spacious double staterooms with head and stall showers ensuite. There is a queen bed and one single in each stateroom as well as individual temperature controls, TV's, phones, full length mirrors, vanity's, chest of drawers, bookshelfs and large hanging lockers with storage space for luggage. There is an escape hatch in each stateroom and a water tight bulkhead separates these rooms from the lazarette.

The lower deck forward has berths for 5 crew in 3 cabins. 

The forward crew cabin has two berths and a vanity area with sink. There is also a single crew cabin to starboard, also with a sink and vanity area. Both crew cabins share a head with shower on the port side.

Aft of these two crew cabins is the crew galley and lounge area, which has an alarm panel to monitor the boat's systems. The two forward crew cabins are separated from the crew mess by a watertight door. 

The double berth Captain's cabin is aft of the crew galley and lounge area. The space has a dressing area as well as private en-suite head with stall shower. An open-minded buyer could use this cabin as a 4th stateroom if desired. 

Outside the Captain's cabin is a very large utility space with a large pantry closet, and washer/dryer. The space is also large enough to act as an exercise area if desired as there is plenty of space for a treadmill or exercise bike, and/or free weights. 

A separate engineer's workshop is aft of the Captain's cabin, with workbench, mounted vice, storage areas, and tool box. Access to the engine room is through a separate, watertight door located just aft of the workshop.


"Serenity II" was designed and built for the adventurous yachtsman.  With many attributes usually reserved for much larger boats, she boasts an on-deck master stateroom and very large lower deck crew area.  Other features include full walk-around decks on both levels, an engineering workshop, vast storage/refrigeration areas, an impressive pilothouse, bulbous bow, and proven world-wide capability.  Her reliable CAT engines, long distance range, and full displacement hull make this a very capable vessel, so she will truly appeal to any venturesome owner. She is ready for her next voyage!


The name "SERENITY II" is reserved. All owner's and crew's personal items. A detailed list of exclusions will be provided at time of sale, upon written request. 



·        Boat hauled for new bottom paint; repaired blisters in fiberglass

·        Replaced zinc anodes

·        Preparation and application of prop speed to all underwater running gear



·        NEW paint in guest and crew showers

·        NEW wallpaper throughout the entire boat

·        NEW carpet throughout the entire boat

·        NEW vinyl flooring in galley, guest bathrooms, and crew area

·        NEW glass shower doors in guest and crew bathrooms

·        NEW granite countertops in guest bathrooms, dayhead, and galley

·        NEW sub-zero refrigerator in galley

·        Galley hood and vent cleaned

·        Re-varnished wood throughout guest areas

·        Replaced all existing rope lighting with LED lighting

·        New stackable washer/dryer in guest area and crew space


Engine Room:

·        NEW waste treatment system, including new process plant, pumps, plumbing, and electrical.

·        NEW headhunter toilets throughout the entire boat

·        All air handlers replaced throughout, including addition of touch screen controls

·        Serviced and rebuilt as required all hydraulic components of steering system

·        Serviced and rebuilt as required all hydraulic components of stabilizer system

·        Serviced and rebuilt as required all hydraulic components of bow thruster system

·        Serviced rudders and shafts, replaced stuffing and bearings

·        Main engine injectors pulled and checked by technician; serviced heat exchangers

·        ASEA shore power converters cleaned



·        Replaced bent shafts as required

·        Serviced and replaced seals for windlass

·        Annual service to life rafts and fire extinguishers

·        New fuel doors on port and starboard sides