• 54'
  • 1999
  • Jupiter, Florida, United States
  • $525,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: OFFSHORE
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Motor Yacht
  • Model Year: 1999
  • YearBuilt: 1999
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 2/2 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 54' 0" (16.46m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 15' 8" (4.78m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 4' 1" (1.24m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 18 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 22 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 57,000 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 300 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 70 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 900 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 2
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 2
  • State Rooms: 2
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: OSH540201899
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3196TA
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Vessel Walkthrough

“ACADIA” is a raised pilothouse-style cruising yacht capable of 18 knots cruising speed as well as very comfortable low-speed cruising. This classic design features a spacious salon with large U-shaped seating on the port side, 2 new occasional chairs with ottoman starboard, and a teak hi-low table that opens for dining and doubles as a cockpit table. A built-in cabinet houses the entertainment equipment and a flat screen. Aft through double sliding doors is the cockpit that features outdoor seating, a storage cabinet with ice maker, and adjacent cockpit controls. The swim platform is accessed through the transom door which provides boarding rails for safety. The bridge is entered via a ladder and the side decks are wide, offering safe and easy passage fore & aft.  Boarding gates on both side decks provide convenient entry onto the yacht.


Going forward from the salon is the low-profile, open galley, which is very spacious for a yacht of this size. There is plenty of counter space with all the amenities of home, including refrigerator/freezer, sink, trash compactor, microwave, range and dishwasher. The galley is open to the pilothouse which gives the impression of a much larger salon/galley.


Forward from the galley and up a few stairs is the raised pilothouse which has a large dinette, L-shape lounge, two helm chairs and all the necessary instrumentation for navigation. Starboard, there is a cabinet which offers additional refrigeration and a staircase to the flybridge, as well as a small pass-through from the pilothouse to the bridge. The area is well laid out, very functional, and offers good visibility for navigating and handling the yacht.


From the pilothouse on the starboard side is a staircase that leads to the VIP stateroom and its private head and shower, which also serves as a day head. At the base of the staircase is a locker containing a washer & dryer. The VIP stateroom has a V-berth arrangement with a center filler cushion capable of converting to a full size berth. There is plenty of storage with a cedar lined hanging locker on either side and plenty of drawer storage. The head has a private entrance from the stateroom as well as an entrance from the hallway.


The Master stateroom with its private head and shower is accessed from the salon on the starboard side via a separate staircase. It offers a queen center-lined berth with night stands on either side, two large cedar lined hanging lockers, plenty of drawer space, and an escape hatch overhead.


The flybridge is accessed from the aft deck by a ladder or from the pilothouse via a staircase. The helm station is full forward with two Pompanette ladder-back chairs and, behind, an L-shaped lounge with two teak-trimmed tables. Starboard is a wet bar with refrigerator and storage and a forward facing lounge seat on top. Aft of the seating area is the boat deck with a 13dinghy and davit and on the starboard side, a St. Croix davit on starboard side.



Larger than U-shaped settee

2 New chairs with ottoman

Teak interior wood paneling

New large flat screen TV, 40” Sony

Sony Blue Ray Disc player

Yamaha RXV992 receiver

Niles 4 speaker controls

Duet soft shades

Valances & draperies

Hi-low table, teak

Carpet, bound edges

Overhead recessed lights


Low-profile counter open to salon

Teak & Holly flooring

New refrigerator, U-Line

New Freezer, U-Line

Kenyon 3 burner range

Stainless steel sink & disposal

Vesta compact dishwasher

New microwave oven

Corian counter tops

Overhead storage cabinets

Drawer storage

Broan trash compactor


Open to the pilothouse


L-shaped convertible settee

Teak & Holly flooring

Teak hi-low table

2 Pompanette teak ladder backed chairs with cushions

Teak steering wheel

Cabinet with New refrigerator, U-line

Chart storage drawer


Full control station

Staircase to flybridge

Pilothouse electronics

New RayMarine electronics

RayMarine Hybrid Touch, radar, plotter, GPS

RayMarine Auto Pilot & wireless remote control

RayMarine speed, depth & temp

Icom VHF M127 w/remote Mic

Wesmar bow thruster

Closed circuit video of engine room and aft deck

ACR 100 remote spotlight

Ritchie compass

Master Stateroom

Queen size berth

2 Night stand cabinets

2 cedar lined hanging lockers

Overhead escape hatch

Large mirror with bureau & drawers

Entrance to private head & Shower

New flat screen TV, LG 36”

Recessed lighting overhead


Stereo speakers

Carpet, bound edges

Reading lights, port & starboard

VIP Stateroom

Vee Berth with filler to full berth

TV, Sylvania 15”

Overhead lights

Portlights 2

Mirrored doors to rope locker

Entrance to private head & shower

Reading lights, port & starboard

Hanging lockers cedar lined, port & starboard

Carpet, bound edges

Drawer storage

Flybridge Electronics

New RayMarine remote display, radar, plotter, GPS

RayMarine auto pilot

RayMarine depth, speed , temp

Engine room & aft camera

Ritchie compass

VHF radio

Flybridge stereo speakers

Deck Equipment

Maxwell 3500 Windlass with foot switches

New CQR anchors (2), new chain on one and new 20’ chain & rode on 2nd

Bow Pulpit with dual anchor rollers

Storage deck lockers each side of windlass

All chain anchor rode, new

Bow rails & stainless steel rub rails

Bow seat with cushions

Boarding Gates, side decks port & starboard

Side deck & cockpit courtesy lights

Cockpit deck boxes, port & starboard

Cockpit center hatch for storage & engine room entrance.

Cockpit storage cabinet with icemaker & sink

Cockpit control station & storage

Teak covering boards

Sliding doors to salon from CP

Folding chairs (2)

Transom gate to swim platform

Fiberglass swim platform with boarding rails

Swim ladder

Transom shower, hot/cold

Glendinning cable master, shore power

Aft deck lights (2)

Saltwater & fresh water was downs

CATV inlets & outlets

Dockside power, 50 amp forward

Navigation Lights & Horn

Windshield washer/wipers

Texaline window covers

Stainless steel stanchions & rails

Radar arch on bridge deck with lights

Bimini top

ACR spotlight

Flybridge cabinet & new refrigerator

Alpine Stereo, 12 disc player & I-pod jack, FB

Novurania 13’6” RBI tender W/50 hp Yamaha OB

Marquipt 1500 lb. electric davit

110 Volt electrical outlet on FB, weather proof

St. Croix 200 LB davit w/winch

Life raft, BFA 6 person

KVH Tracvision 4 TV SAT dome

Aft deck Stereo speakers

New cockpit sun awning and rail awning


Engine / Mechanical Equipment

Caterpillar 3196 TA 1847 & 1842 hrs.

New risers

Manual engine gauges in engine room

Caterpillar synchronizers

Northern Lights Generator 12 KW 2160 hrs.

Northern Lights Generator 8 KW 1565 hrs.

Dripless shaft seals main engines

Cruisair AC 54,000 BTU’s w/4 compressors

SMX2 AC/Heat controls

Fireboy FE-241 fire system

Wesmar Bow Thruster

Racor Fuel Filters, Dual main engines

Racor Fuel Filters, generators

Watermaker, Village Marine 600 GPD & New remote control

Oil Change System

ZF transmissions 2.083:1

2 ½ Stainless Steel shafts

Engine room blowers (2)

Auto Bilge Pumps (5), New

High bilge water alarm

Sump Pumps (2), New

Manual Bilge Pump, emergency

New macerator pump

Rebuilt marine heads

New hoses for marine heads

Water pumps (2) Flojet, fresh water

Bennett Trim Tabs

Hydraulic engine controls


Electrical System

Northern Lights generator 12 KW 2160 hrs.

Northern Lights generator 8 KW 1565 hrs.

110V & 220V AC System

12V & 24V DC system

Inverter, 2500 Watt Heart / house battery charger

AC & DC distribution panels

Engine batteries, 2 banks of 24 volt

Generator batteries 2 banks 12 volt

Bow thruster, 24 volt battery bank

House 12 6 volt batteries

Sentry 40 amp battery charger for engines

ProMariner Promatic 3 battery charger generators

Sentry battery charger for bow thruster

Updates Done In 2014

New RayMarine electronics

New WAVE long range internet receiver

New engine risers

New salon chairs & ottoman

New U-line refrigerator in galley

New U-line freezer in galley

New microwave oven in galley

New U-line refrigerator in pilot house

New refrigerator of fly bridge

New flat screen TV salon 40” Sony

New flat screen TV master stateroom LG 36”

New water maker remote control

New bilge & sump pumps

New macerator head pump

Rebuilt marine heads

New hoses for heads

New freshwater pumps (2)

New cockpit sun awning and rail awning

New CQR anchors (2), new chain on one and new 20’ chain & rode on 2nd.



Hull & Construction Features

The 54' Offshore Pilothouse Motor Yacht is a well-designed and constructed yacht that features a raised pilothouse design by William Crealock. It is built on a low dead rise, semi-Vee hull with cored hull sides. The generous beam with a long keel that protects the props gives the yacht a comfortable and sea worthy ride.


Salesman's Comments

“ACADIA" is a very clean, well-maintained Offshore 54 Pilothouse Motor Yacht outfitted with excellent equipment, wanting nothing. Ready to go for cruising too far away destinations or just down the Intercoastal. The props are protected by an extended centerline keel which adds stability. Perfect for the cruising couple, this yacht offers an excellent VIP cabin in the forward section accessed by a separate staircase. 
"ACADIA" should be seen when looking for an economical cruis
ing yacht.