THE OWNER WILL CONSIDER A SMALL MOTORYACHT OR SPORTFISH IN ON TRADE!
features a raised pilothouse design with 3 staterooms plus crew forward layout.
Improvements & Upgrades (New in 2016)
- Marble in Galley
- Galley flooring
- Appliances in Galley (icemaker, dishwasher & wine cooler)
- Teak tables on Aft Deck, Pilothouse and Flybridge
- Marble in Salon
- Settee in Pilothouse re-upholstered
- Salon sofa redone
- Wallpaper in Salon, Galley and lower staterooms
- Garmin Plotters & Radar in Pilothouse
- Garmin Plotter & Radar on Flybridge
- Simrad Autopilot AP9MK3 (2013)
- Boat deck railings
- Life raft (New 2016)
- (3) Murray Bros. Teak helm chairs on Flybridge
- Custom Salon bar chairs
“Lucky Stars” is one of the few Cockpit motoryachts built with ease of access to the water through an aft transom door. From the Cockpit you enter up two molded stairs port or starboard to a very open Aft Deck with aft curved seating and teak table (new 2016), and occasional Aft Deck chairs to fully compliment the seating area on the aft deck. The large Aft Deck is fully-covered by a counter-levered overhead (no support posts), for an unobstructed view as you look aft. In the starboard corner is a stainless steel Aft Deck to Boat Deck staircase.
Going into the Salon from the Aft Deck, you enter through a sliding glass door. The Salon to starboard offers a walk-behind bar with marble counters which is a step to allow for the bar top to be lowered and not to obstruct the view from the port side sofa.
The dining table is in the forward portion of the Salon with a custom overhead chandelier. Going forward to the Day Head to starboard and access to the Pilothouse and Galley.
All the way forward is the large Country Kitchen Galley with a large working area for meal prep; most of the Galley appliances are new, with new marble countertops done in an elegant fashion with new wood-like flooring with new headliner and settee covering; there is plenty of storage.
The master stateroom is full-beam and amidship with his and hers heads Just aft of the Master Stateroom are the 2nd and 3rd Guest Staterooms, one queen and the other twins, both with en-suite heads, with a large foyer to separate them from the Master Stateroom.
The Crew Quarters are accessed from a separate staircase, just forward and to starboard of the Galley.
The Captain's Quarters feature a double berth with nightstand, hanging and drawer storage. The separate Crew Stateroom is located forward in the Vee of the yacht. The Captain’s Quarters has its own head. There is a V-berth, and separate drawer and hanging storage.
"Lucky Stars" has had an excellent owner history. Her first owner enjoyed her for over 15 years. She has traveled between Florida, South Carolina and the Bahamas most of her life. "Lucky Stars" is a Westport Hull designed by Jack Sarin and Westport built the house. The vessel was then finished by West Bay Shipyard.