Anamari

$395,000

ANAMARI is a 1989 63′ Viking motor yacht with a wide body salon and powered with preferred GM 12V7TI 900 HP engines. She has a unique layout with a huge master stateroom, ensuite head with tub/shower and a wall of closets, settee and desk. She has crew quarters forward with two bunks and ensuite head with shower. There is a tapered queen guest cabin to port and a twin (both lower) cabin to starboard. These share a head with shower.

The main salon is very large with a very gradual staircase to flybridge. There is a dining table in a separate area but a pass through can be opened to the galley. There is storage for (4) cases of wine horizontally. The galley is large and well equipped. Forward of the galley is the lower helm with a bench seat and side doors to the forward deck. Above the pilothouse is the flybridge with two helm chairs. She is an Estate Sale and has had extensive recent work done as a result of some cosmetic damage from hurricane Irene.

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PRICE & SPECIFICATION

$395,000
Asking Price
63'/19.20m
Length
17'4''/5.28m
Beam
77
Gross Tonnage
1989
Built
20 knots
Maximum Speed
16 knots
Cruising Speed
Viking
Builder
5
Guests
3/1
Cabins
2
Crew
Fiberglass
Hull
Fiberglass
Superstructure

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Roy Sea IYC broker

Roy Sea

+1 954 980 7438

With a yachting background that spans forty years, Roy Sea has expertise in many of the world’s leading yacht brands and brokerages: Broward, Burger Boat Company, Christensen, Feadship, Jarrett Bay Yacht Sales (Hatteras, Grand Banks and Albemarle), Merrill Stevens, Ocean Alexander, Palmer Johnson, Vicem USA and Viking to name but a few.

Roy’s experience includes technical skills critical to advising clients buying and selling yachts and considering new yacht construction. He holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, a B.A. in Economics and an MBA. He worked for the U.S. Navy’s Diving and Ocean Engineering Department, with secret security clearance, testing and operating equipment.

He’s also sailed the Atlantic, dived to 290’—and authored engineering papers on diving— worked as a project manager for the cleanup of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound and has held a U.S. Coast Guard Ocean Operators License since 1972.