Designed by Ed Monk on an efficient modified V-Hull with simulated planks on hull. This beautiful motor yacht has been continuously maintained and upgraded by its present owner over the last three years. It is one of the few motor yachts in the 60' range having four staterooms.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
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Hull & Deck
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Guest SR/S: 4/0
- Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
60' 0" (18.29m)
18' 0" (5.49m)
5' 0" (1.52m)
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Accommodations and Layout
Features: Flybridge, Large Pilot House, Galley up. Walk around side decks.
Sleeps 8 Owners and Guests in four staterooms.
The Master stateroom is aft with adjoining private head. VIP stateroom is forward, with adjoining private head. Two Guest staterooms to port and starboard share third head.
The roomy layout starting aft has a built-in staircase from the swim platform up to the covered aft deck with its custom built removable teak table that seats six. Through the double sliding teak frame doors from the aft-deck into the main salon is a custom couch on the starboard side coffee table.
On the port side as you enter the salon from the after-deck, is a built-in bar with icemaker. Just forward of this is the staircase leading down to the laundry, engine room and Master stateroom.
The Master stateroom features a new king-size bed with custom-made Handcraft inner-spring mattress on centerline, bureaus and hanging lockers. The adjoining head has a shower and tub.
Forward of the salon, is a breakfast bar adjoining the fully equipped galley. The galley has counters with large stainless-steel sink served by hot and cold pressure water, and a garbage disposal. A full-size, Jenn-Aire 4-burner electric stove with grill and oven. Raritan ice maker. Two water heaters. Pressure dockside water system. Additional appliances include a dishwasher, microwave and coffee maker, new Fisher Paykel refrigerator.
Forward of the galley, you step up into the huge pilothouse. Behind the helm station is a built-in raised dinette with ample seating for six. The pilothouse has doors port and starboard which open onto the covered full walk around decks. On the port side of the pilothouse there is a staircase up to the fly-bridge and also a staircase down to the guest accommodations forward.
The VIP stateroom is forward with a Queen size bed also with a custom-made Handcraft inner-spring mattress on centerline. This stateroom is adjoined by private head, shower and tub.
The Guest stateroom on the port side has upper and lower bunks. The starboard side Guest stateroom features twin beds. These share a head with stall shower.
Hull and Construction
Designed by Ed Monk on an efficient modified V-Hull with simulated planks on hull. Solid fiberglass hull and cored fiberglass deck and superstructure. Teak overlay on side decks and flybridge deck. White gelcoat finish topsides with blue stripe and blue boot top. Full flybridge enclosure.
Please note the headroom: Wheelhouse = 6'7" Salon = 6'7" to 6'10" Forward stateroom = 6'8" to 6'10" Forward head = 6'7" Aft stateroom = 6'4" to 6'5" Engine room 6'8" Galley = 6'10" to 6'11".
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
(2) Simrad GPS’s
Nobeltec navigation programs
Complete set of Chartkit charts on CD's for use with navigation programs covering Maine to Key West, and The Bahamas
Stereo system in Salon wired to pilothouse and Master stateroom
Northstar 7000 loran
AP-300 Robertson Autopilot w/remote
Raytheon 72 mile radar
(2) Datamarine 3000 depth sounders
(2) Datamarine speed & distance logs
Standard VHF on Fly-bridge
Rayline search light
(7) Individually controlled Marine Air reverse cycle air conditioners/heaters totaling approximately 75,000 BTU's
Halon engine room fire extinguishing system
120 volt AC engine room exhaust fan
12 volt engine room blowers
(4) Automatic/manual bilge pumps
Engine clutch driven emergency pump
Large air compressor
Triple trumpet Kahlenberg horns with additional set of Fiamm horns
Naiad 252 stabilizers (gyro and actuators rebuilt 1998)
Fresh water cooling system
(4) Racor filters on manifold fuel system
Walker Air Seps air filtration system
Bennett trim tabs
(3) Mansfield VacuFlush heads and holding tank
Air conditioned engine room
Mechanical bilge pumps with manifold system
12 volt/24-volt (DC)
120 volt/240-volt (AC)
(8) batteries (1000-amp hours total)
Link 2000R inverter and battery monitor system
Westerbeke 20 kW Generator (2,200 hrs.)
Westerbeke 7.5 kW generator (4,100 hrs.)
(2) 75' 50-amp 220 shore power lines on (2) Glendinning Cable Master shore power cable systems
Wired to run on either 50-amp or 100-amp 240-volt AC service
Additional Deck Equipment
MarQuipt 1000 lb. low profile davit with hydraulic boom control
Fenders w/stainless steel sheepskin lined fender hangers
Fresh water wash down system
Maxwell electric windlass
65 lb. Bruce anchor w/250'chain
Fortress FX 85 anchor
300' Sampson Super strength line
Bow pulpit with rails
Swim platform with swim ladder Windshield covers
Teak decks on fly-bridge
Teak decks on main deck
Wide, covered walk-around decks
Foredeck seating behind Portuguese bridge
SYMMETRY is a perfect vessel for extended cruising or liveaboard. Wide, safe walkaround side decks give easy and safe access to the open spaces. She can run at 16-20 knots at the higher rpm’s, but she is also a great long-distance cruiser. She will consume about 18 gals/hr at 1300 rpm and maintains just over 12 knots. The owner is now moving up to a larger yacht and is looking for a new home for her.
Chelsea clock and barometer
Owner’s personal effects
All galley equipment including dishes, glassware, all flatware, pots, pans, etc., Boston Whaler, spare wheels