1966
Year
MATTHEWS
Builder
45' 4" (13.82m)
Length
2
Cabins

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TIVA - 1966 45' 4" MATTHEWS
Stockton California
$59,000 USD


The 1966 45' 4" MATTHEWS TIVA is a yacht for sale located in Stockton, California, USA.OWNER REMARKS AND HISTORY:    TIVA was acquired by her current owner in 1969, after just 3 years in the possession of the commissioning owner. She began her life by spending 18 years in the fresh water of Lake Michigan. Her cruising time in the Great Lakes was spent along the west coast of Michigan, with regular cruises “up north” to Mackinac Island and into the North Channel of Ontario, Canada.In 1984 her owner retired to the Sierras in central California. 1984 – the L A Summer Olympics. What a cruising opportunity – the California Delta to Los Angeles to take in The Olympics. On the truck she went, and upon arrival on the West Coast, took up residence at Village West Marina in Stockton, California. Her first west coast experience was a few months long episode of Southern California cruising out of Marina del Rey, including a few stays out at Catalina Island. Oh, and the Olympics were fun too.Her last 34 years have been spent in the fresh water of the California Delta, cruising and leading cruises in the Delta and San Francisco Bay with various boating/yacht clubs. Not a year has gone by that TIVA hasn’t enjoyed some “Down Bay” time, including a few trips out the Golden Gate and down to Monterey Bay. Most recently, October 2018, she had the good fortune of seeing no less than 30 humpback whales on an early morning cruise from Santa Cruz to Monterey.  She’s a cruiser!

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LENGTH 45' 4" (13.82m)
BUILDER MATTHEWS
ASKING PRICE $59,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 1966
BEAM 14' (4.27m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 16 Knots 18 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 10 Knots 12 MPH
CABINS 2
GROSS TONNAGE 28,000.00
DISPLACEMENT N/A
LOCATION Stockton California United States
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

AMENITIES AND FEATURES

ACCOMMODATIONS AND LAYOUT

Board either side to Flush deck area with large, open aft deck and helm with hard top forward; traverse wide side decks to foredeck or forward and down to main saloon; forward and down only one step to galley; further forward to VIP stateroom with V-berth and private (wet) head w/shower: aft and down to master stateroom  w/centerline chest of drawers and port/stb berths, private head w/stall shower. Engine room is accessed through movable stairs fwd/aft or easily lifting salon hatches.

Love seat
Two chairs
Table
Carpeting (newer)
Window coverings
Bedding
Marine Air Systems central air conditioning (2 units)
Toshiba 23" flat screen TV

 

GALLEY AND LAUNDRY

Double S/S sink
TK 3 burner electric range w/oven
Marvel AC refrigerator
Marvel AC freezer
Galaxy microwave
Ample Formica counter space
Ample cabinet space
Exhaust fan
Pressure H/C water

 

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION

Her owners have always believed in the old adage that the boating they enjoyed was, "pleasure boating", which meant if the weather wasn't welcoming, they didn't go out. You will notice only basic electronics which allowed for their style of boating, even though, she has traversed coastal waters to Southern California and back, as well as spending her initial years on the Great Lakes.
So, her next owner has the benefit of a blank slate and can easily install the latest electronics to their needs and taste.

Standard-Horizon depth sounder
Standard-Horizon marine VHF
Ritchie compass
Owner has used a navigational app on his iPad
VDO rudder angle indicator
Aqualarm Systems Monitor w/warning lights for port and starboard: oil pressure, water flow, engine temp forward and aft bilge levels.

 

 

 

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DECK

Lines and fenders
S/S safety rails
Teak decks (well maintained)
Teak swim platform
Electric horns
Ship's bell
Fluke anchor w/ample chain & line rode
Ideal electric windlass (up only)
One-Mile-Ray search light (on hard top)
Life rings
Throwable life cushions
Life jackets
Windshield wipers

 

ELECTRICAL

12/115V systems
Master electrical panel w/breakers
Master battery switches
Battery bank (2 8-D, 1 Grp 24)
Onan generator
Statpower True-charge 20+A multi-stage charger
DC amp meter
AC voltage meter

 

MECHANICAL

Twin Detroit Diesel 6V53 main engines
Main engines rebuilt in 2003 (now showing 1200 hours SMOH)
Fresh water cooling systems
Velvet Drive transmissions
3 blade bronze props
1.5" shafts (bronze fwd of couplers & S/S aft
Engine alarms
3 bilge pumps (2 auto electric/1 manual)
Kidde Mariner auto fire suppression system

 

HEAD

She features two private heads; VIP forward, featuring a vanity w/sink, mirror and ample storage, overhead shower and an electric marine toilet. Master is aft, boating a large vanity w/sink, mirror and storage, a stall shower and VacuFlush marine toilet. Toilets flush to a holding tank that may be pumped out dockside or mascerated overboard where legal and proper.

 

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OWNER REMARKS AND HISTORY

 

OWNER REMARKS AND HISTORY:  TIVA was acquired by her current owner in 1969, after just 3 years in the possession of the commissioning owner. She began her life by spending 18 years in the fresh water of Lake Michigan. Her cruising time in the Great Lakes was spent along the west coast of Michigan, with regular cruises “up north” to Mackinac Island and into the North Channel of Ontario, Canada.

In 1984 her owner retired to the Sierras in central California. 1984 – the L A Summer Olympics. What a cruising opportunity – the California Delta to Los Angeles to take in The Olympics. On the truck she went, and upon arrival on the West Coast, took up residence at Village West Marina in Stockton, California. Her first west coast experience was a few months long episode of Southern California cruising out of Marina del Rey, including a few stays out at Catalina Island. Oh, and the Olympics were fun too.
Her last 34 years have been spent in the fresh water of the California Delta, cruising and leading cruises in the Delta and San Francisco Bay with various boating/yacht clubs. Not a year has gone by that TIVA hasn’t enjoyed some “Down Bay” time, including a few trips out the Golden Gate and down to Monterey Bay. Most recently, October 2018, she had the good fortune of seeing no less than 30 humpback whales on an early morning cruise from Santa Cruz to Monterey.
She’s a cruiser!

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Marc Bay
Bay Yachts Inc.
3201 Marina Way Suite 101

National City, California,
USA

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Bay Yachts Inc.