FAN TAIL offers the best of indoor and outdoor living with large exterior decks and substantial interior volume, complemented by large windows allowing for lots of natural light. With accommodation for six guests in three cabins, including a full-beam master suite, she is also able to accommodate three crew. With good nautical range and a shallow draft, she is able to get closer to any desired destination.
West Bay Sonship
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ACCOMMODATIONS UP TO SIX GUESTS IN THREE SUITES & UP TO THREE CREW IN TWO STATEROOMS
CATERPILLAR (3412) 1,398HP ENGINES, SHE COMFORTABLY CRUISES AT 22 KNOTS
EXTENDED WITH A WELL-EXECUTED FIBERGLASS COCKPIT & SWIM PLATFORM
SPLIT LEVEL SALON WITH SEPARATE DINING
ENCLOSED PILOT HOUSE, SETTEE & DAY HEAD
NEW SS HALF TOWER WITH STATION 2023
With an Interior volume of 125 GT and a three stateroom layout, FAN TAIL can accommodate up to six guests, including a full-beam master cabin, a VIP, and a twin. She also has accommodations for three crew members in two separate quarters aft. The living quarters are spacious, featuring a good-sized salon with large windows and storage, a formal dining area with seating for six, and an open galley. A second dining area is available forward, with barstools and a granite top.
FAN TAIL was launched in 2003 and has undergone two maintenance appointments throughout her life: the first in 2011 when the cockpit was extended now featuring an expansive cockpit with swim platform, as well as two centerline transom doors, and a second in 2020 and a most recent, July of 2023 a 1/2 tower with helm station was added. Both were conducted in the United States.
FAN TAIL has good nautical mile range and is powered by twin CAT engines that give her a cruising speed of 22 knots and a top speed of 28 knots. She also has ample room for a tender and a personal watercraft centerline with the davit to port.
Michael grew up on and around yachts in San Diego, California and began his yachting career at a young age by working at his family’s boatyard on Shelter Island. A junior sailor through SDYC since the age of nine, and spending many summers cruising on his family’s yachts, from the Thousand Islands on the East Coast, to Catalina, San Joaquin Delta, and the Pacific Northwest. Michael spent years extensively refitting his personal yacht a 1962 55’ Stephens Flush deck motor yacht along with several others after and continues his boating lifestyle with his two children Jace and Mia. His professional career began in the real estate industry, before he combined his interest in sales with his passion for boating by taking a position with a major yacht brokerage firm. Michael has also founded and ran his own brokerage houses and over two decades within the brokerage community before joining IYC in 2022.
His professional expertise serves all aspects of yachting with focus on the large yacht segment of the industry.
West Bay Sonship
Asking Price: $2,499,000
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