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PESCATORE

  • 59.5'
  • 1996
  • HINCKLEY
  • Stuart, Florida, United States
  • $745,000

ABOUT PESCATORE

PESCATORE is one of the last and certainly the finest Hinckley Sou’wester 59s ever built. Created for an experienced bluewater yachtsman, PESCATORE can be easily sailed shorthanded anywhere in virtually any condition. Unlike most of her sisterships, she boasts a tall carbon fiber rig controlled by a Lewmar Commander hydraulic pack. Her hull is constructed of Kevlar composite, which makes her both lighter and stronger than other SW 59s.

She has an ultra-high-gloss varnished cherry interior with brass hardware and a three-head, three-stateroom arrangement that includes a main salon, nav station, galley and engine room. Set up for performance shorthanded sailing, she has a carbon fiber spar, spade rudder, excellent sails etc. PESCATORE is the Hinckley 59 that everyone wants and dreams of. She is now available and 100% ready to cruise or race.

Her centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6’-6” with board up and a maximum draft of 12’-6” with board down.




DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: HINCKLEY
  • Category: Sloop
  • Model: Sou'wester 59
  • Model Year: 1996
  • YearBuilt: 1996
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: 1041405
  • Vessel Top: Dodger
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/8 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 59' 6" (18.14m)
  • LWL: 44' 2" (13.46m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 15' 6" (4.72m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 6" (1.98m)
  • Max Draft: 12' 6" (3.81m)
  • Clearance: 77' 0" (23.47m)
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 8 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 9 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 69,000 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 230 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 326 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 6
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: HRH59014F595
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Composite
  • Hull Configuration: Centerboard
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: McCurdy & Rhodes
  • Hull Color: Flag Blue
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Yanmar
  • Model: 4 LHA-HTE
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: I/O
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

REMARKS

PESCATORE is one of the last and certainly the finest Hinckley Sou’wester 59s ever built. Created for an experienced bluewater yachtsman, PESCATORE can be easily sailed shorthanded anywhere in virtually any condition. Unlike most of her sisterships, she boasts a tall carbon fiber rig controlled by a Lewmar Commander hydraulic pack. Her hull is constructed of Kevlar composite, which makes her both lighter and stronger than other SW 59s.

She has an ultra-high-gloss varnished cherry interior with brass hardware and a three-head, three-stateroom arrangement that includes a main salon, nav station, galley and engine room. Set up for performance shorthanded sailing, she has a carbon fiber spar, spade rudder, excellent sails etc.  PESCATORE is the Hinckley 59 that everyone wants and dreams of. She is now available and 100% ready to cruise or race.

Her centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6’-6” with board up and a maximum draft of 12’-6” with board down.

ACCOMMODATIONS

PESCATORE features a cherry gloss-varnished interior plan with solid teak and holly sole (re-varnished 2010), white overhead and cherry trim. She is designed for the comfort of both guests and owners, and her 3-stateroom, 3-head plan features a separate work/navigation area in the passageway aft and a large owner's suite aft.

Interior highlights include:

  • All locker doors are louvered with radius corners
  • Hanging lockers have aromatic cedar sheathing
  • Recessed overhead or dome lighting with remote switches
  • Step lights
  • Additional hand rails
  • Dorade vent closures
  • Lee cloths
  • Hella fans
  • Opening hatches with screens
  • Opening ports with screens
  • Deck prisms and dorade ventilation
  • Fiberglass dustpan with teak grate installed in cabin sole
  • Fitted sheets for each bunk
  • Curtain rods in all cabins with "Yellow Stripe Kravet" curtains
  • Throw pillows
  • Berth cushions and pillow sham covers
  • "Sapphire Blue" Sunbrella weather covers for main salon leather upholstery
  • Custom Sunbrella cabin sole covers for galley, main salon and engine room passages

Interior heating and cooling:

  • (2)  Marine Air reverse-cycle 16,000 BTU 220-volt 50/60 heat/air conditioning systems with outlets in all cabins and aft head
  • Espar D81K heater with outlets in all cabins and owner’s head
  • Hella fans
  • Overhead hatches with screens

Entertainment systems package includes:

  • Television – in salon
  • AM/FM Stereo with CD player (2010)
  • (4)  Speakers, including two in cockpit

OWNER'S AFT CABIN

  • Full-width aft cabin has an ensuite head and a private aft companionway to the aft deck
  • Double berths port and starboard aft
  • Robert Allen Hornaday "Azure" cushion and sham fabric
  • (2)  Drawers under each berth
  • Open shelf outboard the port berth
  • Hanging locker with dome light
  • Bureau - center aft with drawers and alcove above. Bureau also serves as integrated companionway steps with non-skid
  • Bureau with mirror
  • Lockers, port and starboard
  • Custom drop-front laundry locker with removable laundry bag for owner's head
  • Dome light at the foot of each berth, reading lights at the head of berths
  • TV/antenna outlet at the foot of the port berth
  • Opening port with stainless steel trim
  • Opening port to cockpit
  • The aft deck companionway has port and starboard handrails and a varnished teak companionway hatch
  • There is a storage alcove with removable fiddle behind the companionway
  • Aft deck dodger (2004) offers weather protection and privacy to the companionway

Owner’s Head:

  • Located forward and port of the aft cabin is a private head finished in easy-to-clean white Formica with varnished cherry trim.
  • Separate stall shower with Plexiglas door
  • Vanity has a Corian Kilimanjaro countertop with integral backsplash
  • Undermounted Kohler sink with Grohe fixtures
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Sealand VacuFlush head plumbed to holding tank
  • Mirror
  • Stainless steel towel bar
  • Lockers for storage
  • Deck prism with stainless steel flange
  • Opening port
  • (2)  Vetus 12-volt flush-mount light fixtures
  • Forward to starboard are two steps to the private entrance door and the aft passageway forward

AFT PASSAGEWAY

Forward of the aft cabin is the starboard passageway to the main salon area. This passageway has access to the insulated engine room inboard and a work area outboard. There is recessed lighting, plus an opening port for additional light and ventilation.

Passageway Work Area:
This area features a work-table with Formica lift-top to access storage space below and a chart drawer. Below the drawer is a trash bin and door with shelves outboard. There is additional storage outboard and above the workbench to starboard.

  • Custom work table with a white and a red dome light overhead
  • Wet locker with dome light
  • Opening portlight inboard
  • Wiring for second PC for navigation and fax

ENGINE ROOM

Inboard, the acoustically-insulated engine room houses all pumps, engine, generator, compressors etc. There is a custom removable work-bench top with vise on the generator.

MAIN CABIN

Forward of the aft passageway is the navigation station area with the galley opposite to port - both handy to the cockpit companionway. Forward is the dining area to port and a starboard settee/ entertainment area. The main cabin has double track curtains that are double-pleated. There are integral handrails, centerline and to starboard, which run the full length of the cabin under the ports.

Main Salon:

The full-width main salon has a U-shaped dinette settee to port with cushions covered in navy leather with Sunbrella bottoms.

  • Matching custom centerline seat has wine and liquor bottle storage within and has a matching cushion
  • Sunbrella weather covers for main salon seating protects the leather cushions offshore or while the boat is being worked on
  • Additional storage is in lockers outboard and above to port of the settee
  • A varnished cherry drop-leaf dining table has storage inside. There is a halogen spotlight with dimmer over the table
  • To starboard, the settee has a built-in cherry table with drawers and a halogen spotlight with dimmer over. There are matching seats forward and aft of the table with wrap-around cushion
  • Outboard are the entertainment and storage lockers

Entertainment Center:

  • Located in the center locker with a custom pocket door that folds down and outboard
  • AM/FM/CD stereo with a single-CD changer (2010)
  • TV - 12-volt Magnavox flat-screen
  • Speakers throughout, including the cockpit

NAVIGATION STATION

Aft to starboard in the main cabin is the forward-facing, sit-down nav station with varnished cherry chart table with a full complement of electronics in custom lockers. The nav table opens for chart and nav instrument storage and has a Joderburg chart light. There is a filing cabinet drawer inboard.

  • Ockam Ocean nav instrument system installed in the cockpit instrument coaming with readout in nav station area. Full Ockam changeable readouts
  • PC with chartplotter (2010) with Datalux 10.4" color LCD/CRT flat-screen monitor
  • Hewlett Packard HP Laserjet 4L printer and AEA weatherfax software at nav station

Navigation Electronics:

  • Simrad AP-20 autopilot with handheld remote in cockpit (cockpit control head - 2004)
  • Raymarine radar/chartplotter GPS (2012)
  • Garmin touchscreen GPS/chartplotter (2011)
  • Icom M-810 SSB radio with AT-120 coupler and insulated backstay
  • Icom M-126 VHF radio
  • Sirius Weather
  • Weatherfax - via computer
  • Datamarine offshore depth sounder
  • Cellular phone
  • Satellite telephone

GALLEY

The galley is aft to port of the center cockpit companionway ladder and is reverse J-shaped. A half bulkhead separates the galley from the dinette. There is a cherry handrail on the galley bulkhead. The galley has a Kilimanjaro Corian countertop with integral backsplash.

  • Stainless steel Force 10 stove with oven, broiler and stainless steel safety bar
  • Refrigeration/freezer with interior lights can be accessed through countertop lift-tops as well as via a front door
  • Grunert refrigeration with 220-volt back-up. There is a custom refrigeration light on the distribution panel
  • Custom peg dish rack in aft galley locker
  • Undermounted double stainless steel sink with pressure hot and cold water and a manual hand pump
  • Polypropylene cutting board fits the sink and stores on the back of the door
  • GE Spacemaker II microwave oven built in above the sink
  • Additional drawers and stowage areas are incorporated throughout
  • (2)  Large custom dish drawers forward
  • An opening portlight provides additional ventilation and light
  • Gloss-cherry varnished paper towel rack
  • Custom silverware drawers
  • Custom cup/mug storage in dish locker
  • Teak knife rack - flush mounted
  • Inboard are the companionway steps to the center cockpit with teak handrail

GUEST CABINS

Guest cabins have ensuite heads - port and starboard, forward of the main cabin.

Robert Allen Diamond Falls "Pacific" cushion covers and sham fabrics throughout.

Starboard Guest Cabin:

  • Sleeps two and has a private separate full head forward
  • Outboard upper and lower berths (upper berth will partially fold up to give more space for the lower berth)
  • Drawers under lower berth
  • Storage lockers outboard
  • Chest of drawers has been built in on centerline with mirror above
  • Hanging locker
  • Opening cabin top hatch with screen
  • Air conditioning/heat
  • Fan
  • A cabin door forward provides access to the head

Starboard Guest Head:

Aft of the forepeak, this head is finished in white Formica with varnished cherry trim.

  • Starboard outboard is the vanity with a Corian Kilimanjaro countertop with integral backsplash
  • Undermounted Kohler sink and Grohe fixtures
  • Extra-long pull-out telephone-style shower, as well as a custom bracket to hold the shower head
  • Shower curtain and track
  • Medicine cabinet over the sink with mirrored sliding doors
  • Sealand VacuFlush head plumbed to forward holding tank
  • (2)  Stainless steel towel bars
  • Deck prism with stainless steel flange for additional light
  • Through the forward bulkhead access doors is a large forepeak with sail and line stowage and separate compartments for chain and rode
  • There is access to the foredeck through a large cabin top hatch with screen in the starboard head

Port Guest Cabin/Crew Cabin:

This port cabin with ensuite head sleeps two and provides private accommodations for guests or can be used as crew quarters. Outboard are upper and lower berths (upper berth will partially fold up to give additional space when cabin is used as a single).

  • Storage under the berth
  • Storage lockers outboard
  • 2-Drawer dresser inboard with a mirror above
  • Fan
  • Heat/air conditioning
  • There is access to the head through the forward cabin door

Port Cabin Head:

  • This head is forward of the port cabin and finished in white Formica with varnished cherry trim.
  • Vanity with a Corian Kilimanjaro countertop with integral backsplash
  • Undermounted Kohler sink with fixtures, including pull-out shower sprayer
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Shower curtain
  • Groco manual head is plumbed with Y-valve to forward holding tank or direct overboard
  • Hanging locker forward
  • (2)  Stainless steel towel bars
  • Deck prism with stainless steel flange
  • Dorade ventilation
  • Fan
  • Heat/air conditioning

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • 12-volt DC electrical system for house and starting
  • 110-volt AC electrical system for accessories
  • 24-volt DC electrical system for hydraulics
  • 220-volt AC electrical system for shore system
  • Grounding with heavy copper bonding to the keel protects all circuits, major mechanical components and rigging
  • All gel-cell batteries - with three separate banks:
  • 12-volt 221-amp starting battery
  • (4)  12-volt 230-amp/hr. AGM (2006) house batteries
  • 12-volt starting batteries, all can be switched or parallel
  • (4)  24-volt 230-amp/hr. gel-cell batteries (2006)
  • Engine alternators include 190-amp main engine alternator and a Balmar 140 24-volt single output alternator
  • An additional large alternator (rebuilt 2004) on the generator can be used

Other:

  • AC pumps are 50/60 cycles
  • Isolation transformer - for US/European compatibility
  • Heart 2500-watt inverter with Link 2000

Shore Power System:

  • 60-amp automatic battery charger
  • Separate circuit breaker panels for 12-volt system and AC systems
  • 110-volt & 24-volt, 220-volt system are controlled by a separate circuit breaker panel
  • Ammeter, voltmeter
  • Custom light showing refrigeration breaker on or off
  • Westerbeke 10-Kw generator (2,896 hrs.) in engine room with separate sound enclosure
  • Large alternator
  • Racor fuel filter

ENGINE/MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

  • 1996 Yanmar 4LHA-THE, 170 hp @ 3,300 rpm, 4-cylinder FWC diesel engine with 2:1 reduction transmission (new transmission 2004)
  • Aquamet 22” stainless steel propeller shaft with shaft spurs
  • 3-blade Max Prop
  • (2)  Racor fuel filters for engine
  • Engine alarm system for oil and overheat
  • Water-lift type exhaust
  • Emergency start
  • Reversible electric oil transfer pump for changing oil in engine and generator
  • Electric 24-volt Arcturus 10" bow thruster (2010) with additional batteries for powering 24-volt system
  • All equipment in the engine room is painted white for quick identification of leaks
  • The engine room is acoustically insulated
  • Engine room blower system
  • Engine is mounted on flexible engine mounts
  • Drip pan under engine
  • Additional set of engine instruments in engine room
  • Tool storage bag mounted on engine room door
  • Sea Recovery 600-gallons/day watermaker
  • 12-gallon stainless steel hot water heater - engine heated or 110-volt
  • Automatic electric 12-volt DC bilge pump with indicator light at nav station and cockpit
  • High water indicator
  • Paragon Senior saltwater deck wash pump
  • Halon fire extinguisher mounted in engine room with automatic head (checked 2007)
  • Emergency steering tiller system
  • Fiberglass sump tanks

COCKPIT

Center cockpit has excellent visibility and is very secure with comfortable-height cockpit sides. There is a cockpit locker located under the port seating area.

  • Teak cockpit sole with self-draining scuppers
  • Varnished teak companionway hatch forward
  • Navigation gauges are mounted in the forward bulkhead coaming
  • Forward port - through to the galley
  • Top-opening cockpit locker with extra cockpit storage
  • (2)  Prisms in the cockpit sole for additional light to the engine room below
  • Edson pedestal wheel steering
  • Solimar 40" varnished teak-rimmed stainless steel destroyer-type steering wheel with holly strip
  • Single-lever engine controls
  • Gauges
  • Integral stainless steel binnacle cover with mounted Danforth compass and stainless steel binnacle guard
  • Set up for shorthanded sailing with remotes for GPS etc.
  • Removable slated teak helm step - for visibility over dodger
  • "Oyster" Sunbrella cockpit dodger (2009) - low profile and with grip handles port, starboard and on aft end
  • "Oyster" Sunbrella bimini (2004) - attaches to dodger. Window on top with cover and custom pole framework
  • Drop curtain aft on dodger
  • Zip-on windows between bimini and dodger
  • Cockpit cushions and cushion backs, including filler when helm seat is not in use
  • Custom cherry cockpit table seats eight and stores in wet locker
  • Teak folding cockpit table mounted on pedestal with extension that has a custom storage bracket
  • Teak mug/cup rack at pedestal
  • Custom varnished cherry binocular/VHF box beside companionway
  • Watertight 12-volt DC outlet
  • (2)  Deck prisms with bronze flanges
  • (2)  Waterproof poly-planar stereo speakers mounted in the forward bulkhead
  • Edson 18 bilge pump

HULL and DECK

  • Flag Blue Awlgripped topsides (2012)
  • Oyster White house and deck with molded-in nonskid
  • Triple White boot stripe
  • Gold cove stripe
  • Green bottom (sanded and faired 2013)

Hull is a cored laminate of Kevlar/E-glass using the SCRIMP® process injecting vacuum-pressured Vinylester resins in a single step. This method using these materials greatly increases hull strength against collision and abrasion and provides greater stiffness and thermal/acoustic insulation. Chopped mat in low-shrink Vinylester resin provides a superior surface finish. Hull deck connecting flange, centerline and keel, chain plates, rudder post and all through-hull fittings have foam core removed and massively reinforced with extra layers of fiberglass. Mast step and engine mounts are bonded to the hull stringer system for a light and strong single unit.

  • Keel/centerboard hull bottom configuration
  • Lead (23,000 lb.) external keel ballast
  • Fiberglass foil-shaped centerboard with a bronze leading edge - the central line is in a custom solid brass centerboard pipe
  • Spade rudder (rudder seals replaced 2013)
  • Stainless steel half-round oval on varnished teak and matching Awlgrip guardrail at sheer

Deck is also constructed of hybrid knit Kevlar E-glass and was vacuum-bagged with core deleted and replaced with solid reinforcing glass in major stress and penetration areas. Deck is bonded and thru-bolted to the hull in the hull-recessed flange to provide a strong, watertight, permanent joint.

  • Center cockpit plan - with owner's cabin aft companionway to deck
  • Stainless steel stemhead with port and starboard chocks and bow roller
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit
  • Stainless steel stern pulpit with fold-down stainless steel boarding ladder (that extends below the waterline)
  • Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines (2010) and gates, port and starboard
  • Varnished teak toe rails, eyebrows and housetop hand rails (stripped and re-varnished 2012)
  • Teak chain guard
  • Perko 5" forward deck rope/chain pipe
  • Recessed stainless steel genoa tracks
  • Stainless steel toe rail tracks
  • Cleats and custom Hinckley stainless steel chocks
  • Custom deck chock for wheel storage on stern pulpit
  • (8)  Small ports
  • (4)  Large ports
  • (7)  Prisms - including (2) in foredeck
  • (5)  Varnished teak double opening deck hatches have tinted covers
  • (6)  Varnished teak dorade boxes with stainless steel cowl ventilators and dorade guards - (2) aft have vent guards)
  • 12-volt outlet on the aft side of the mast
  • Aft deck lazarette has custom flush hatches and port and starboard shelves
  • Custom flush LP gas locker hatch
  • 10" cleats on winch islands

Her centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6’-6” with board up and a maximum draft of 12’-6” with board down.

SAILS and RIGGING

  • Custom tall double-spreader carbon fiber Stoway spar and boom (Awlgripped 2006) painted to match deck. Bridge clearance at main trunk = 77’ without antenna
  • Hood hydraulic headstay system (Awlgripped 2014)
  • Removable inner forestay has running backstays (with new 2004 elkhide) led back to cockpit winches
  • Hydraulic insulated backstay and boom vang with panel mounted in cockpit
  • Full spinnaker gear, including carbon fiber spinnaker pole with elkhide, (2) halyards etc.
  • Port and starboard jib halyards
  • Port and starboard spinnaker halyards

Winches:

  • Lewmar Commander 5 hydraulic winch system with 9 functions
  • (4) #66 HST hydraulic primaries
  • #50 HST hydraulic main sheet winch (rebuilt 2007)
  • #48 HST hydraulic outhaul/centerboard winch
  • Hydraulic system also powers headstay, windlass and stoway mast. There are additional manual winches for remaining functions

Sails (by North Sails):

  • Main - Stoway furling Spectra SR (2005)
  • 135% Genoa - Roller furling Spectra SR
  • 130% Genoa (2011)
  • Yankee - Roller furling Dacron
  • Spinnaker - 1.5 oz, True radial gennaker, offshore .75 oz nylon with snuffer
  • (2)  Staysails

GROUND TACKLE

  • Lewmar V3000 hydraulic 12-volt windlass with chain gypsy and 3/8" chain and integral hawse pipe - up/down - remote at helm
  • CQR 60# plow primary anchor - mounted in bow roller
  • Fortress FX-55 secondary anchor - stored aft with proper stowage
  • Fortress FX-85 stored in bilge
  • 200' x 3/8" HT anchor chain with 200' x 3/4" 3-strand nylon anchor rode
  • 25' x 3/8" HT chain + 200' x 5/8" chain rode

EQUIPMENT

  • (2)  "Oyster" Sunbrella aft deck cushions with wedge-shaped backs
  • Southern Awnings - (2) pieces cover entire boat
  • Custom 2-step stainless steel boarding ladder - mounts on genoa track, port and starboard
  • Saltwater deck wash down system with foredeck spigot
  • Freshwater deck wash with mixing hot and cold water valve
  • Stern boarding ladder integrated with stern pulpit
  • Dual 12-volt DC electric horn
  • (4)  Storm ports for large house windows
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Emergency tiller
  • Flares
  • (3)  Fire extinguishers
  • Life jackets
  • Horseshoe life ring - on stern pulpit
  • EPIRB - Alden Satfind 406
  • MOM 8 - on stern pulpit
  • Avon 8-man life raft with double inflatable floor - in canister with varnished teak seat on top- Deck mounted (checked 2006)
  • Teak outboard motor bracket
  • Docklines
  • Jacklines
  • Uncovered S/S lifelines (2010)
  • Masthead TV antenna
  • Spreader lights
  • Radar reflector mounted on the mast in brackets
  • Masthead tri-color 5-function light
  • Windex at masthead with light
  • Drogue
  • Sea anchor with 400' x 1-1/4" braided line
  • Seth Thomas barometer and clock
  • Pillows and sheets (2 or more sets of sheets for each berth - monogrammed)
  • Decorative throw pillows
  • Towels (bath, hand), bath mats for each head (monogrammed)
  • Lounge cushions for placement alongside aft companionway (stored in peak)
  • Computer loaded with Maptech charts for east coast USA and Baltic
  • Charts, chart kits
  • Complete set of tools
  • Spare parts
  • Full set of stoneware dishes, (8) wine glasses, table service of brass & wood (forks, knives etc), cooking utensils and full set of IronClad pots and pans

COMMENTS

PESCATORE is an excellent example of a "proper" Hinckley Sou'wester 59. She has been captain-maintained through the years and is in excellent condition. She is set up for shorthanded sailing with powered winches, Stoway mast, autopilot, bow thruster etc. Continually upgraded through her sailing career, PESCATORE should be considered by anyone in search of a well-detailed boat of this size.

EXCLUSIONS

The owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.

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