2210 South Front Street • Melbourne, Florida 32901 • (321) 725-9054
Fax: (321) 729-8400 • E-mail:
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contact Tom Nelson at:
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53' Eagle Fast Trawler

Year: 2006
Price: US$450,000
Hull: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel
Located in Melbourne, Fla.







    

 

Builder: Eagle

Dimensions: LOA - 58' Beam - 16' LWL - 45' Length on Deck - 53' 3" Minimum Draft - 4' 10" Displacement - 43,000 lbs. Bridge Clearance - 17' Engines: Twin Inboard BHP Diamond Series C6 Cummins Diesels Total Power - 450 HP Cruising Speed - 9 knots @ 1600 RPM Maximum Speed - 17 knots Range - 1210 nm Engine hours - 1000 Trim Tabs Tankage: Fresh Water Tanks: (1) 250 gal. Fuel Tanks: (1) 830 gal. Holding: (1) 75 gal. Accommodations: Two Queen Berths in two staterooms, each with VacuFlush heads with holding tanks and macerator pumps with bidet in the Master, separate shower stalls with vanity. The Master has a Queen berth with memory foam, two night stands with 3-drawer storage, LED rope lighting. Three hanging lockers with one 6 ft. wide and two 1/2 closets all with interior lighting. The Master has a safe, LCD TV with Raymarine satellite and DVD, a Garmin GPS for anchor dragging alarm, a makeup table and hide away stool, stereo and two opening ports. The VIP stateroom has two hanging lockers, storage cabinets and four opening ports. The guest head has double entry from the state room and the passageway. Throughout the vessel, you will find Teak and Holly sole, rope LED lighting and stereo sound system in eight locations. In the lower level you will find a washer and dryer along with an extra freezer and storage space. In the salon, you will find Faux leather settee and two extra box seats for seating and storage around a large adjustable oval table that seats six comfortably. The salon includes an LCD Plasma TV with direct TV Raymarine satellite and DVD which can also stream information from the Raymarine bridge computer. There is an extra refrigerator beverages and storage for hanging chairs, a wet bar with extra sink, Jura Expresso machine and a CO2 soda machine as well as an ice maker. Galley: Stand up refrigerator/freezer, stove with oven and exhaust fan, microwave convection oven, toaster oven, fresh water reverse osmosis system, black granite tops, double SS sinks, plenty of storage and organizers Electronics: Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter and radar, depth finder with sea water temp, radar, auto pilot with remote control and rudder angle indicator, wind data, safety man overboard system, AIS system, VHF/Hailer, EPIRB, ZD electronic engine controls, Wesmar Bow Thruster Controls, Bennett Trim Tab Controls, Wesmar Stabilizer Controls, chart light, three windshield wipers and window washers, Maxwell anchor windlass controls, portable wi-fi station, three bilge electronic counters, two computers with one connected to Raymarine system and the other with its own Nobeltec mapping and GPS, GPS anchor alarm, three cameras with one to port, one the starboard and one to the engine room, engine room fire control system, multiple water and fuel gauges, portable spotlight, binoculars and compass. Fly Bridge: Hard AL. and fiberglass top with rod holders, multiple LED lights, life jacket hanging bag, AL. radar/GPS tower, L-shaped settee with cushions and storage. Door and stairs to lower helm as well as ladder to aft deck. Portable live bait tank. Two dock boxes. Danard RIB tender with 9.9 hp Tohatsu/Nissan four-stroke with electric starter and Fortress anchor. Tender supports are removable which allows the availibility for the upper deck to be used for dining. 10-person commercial emergency raft. Large SS BBQ and stove with removable prep table. Nick Jackson 700 lb. AL electrical davit. Deck Equipment: Maxwell windlass with remote, Delta Simpson Lawrence 55 lb. SS anchor on bow roller with 250' chain. two extra chain and rode set-ups for anchors with a Bruce 70 lb. and a Fortress with double SS bow rollers. Stern docking lights, SS fender holders for six oversized fenders, dual air horns, fore deck storage locker, sea water wash down on the fore deck and fresh water wash downs on the fore and aft decks as well as the flying bridge and engine room. Dock side fresh water hookup with pressure valve, extended swim platform with two SS ladders and one 6' ladder with comfortable steps. Two interchangable tables on the aft deck with one for dining and one for fishing. Four AL. folding chairs, hot and cold showers on the aft deck , Glendinning Cablemaster. Electrical: Two Marine Isolarer transformers, stabilized 50 amp power supply, 110 volt water heater, six batteries divided between house, bow thrusters and engine start. Xantex 3 kw inverter converter charger. Two solar panels with 540 watts and two LED underwater lights. Engines and Mechanical Equipment: Two Cummins Diamond 450 BHP 6 cylinder with 1000 hours. Two Westmar stabilizers, Airsep systems on engines, ZF marine gears and fly by wire ZF controllers, new exhaust system in 2010, SS propeller shafts, 2 1/2" dripless logs, bronze 4-bladed propellers, high speed rudders, SS trim tabs, high volume air intakes, engine room exhaust blowers, Duplex Racor fuel filters, 2 x 2 with water trap and cross over valve. Contaminated fuel warning system, remote fuel shutoff valves, oil changing system, Fireboy automatic fire suppression system, three automatic bilge pumps plus two shower pumps, Jabsco 12 volt pressure water system, engine room fresh water wash down, three reverse cycle air conditioning units, VacuFlush heads have Y-valves with holding tank, deck pump out and macerator, ProWater maker with max capacity of 500 gallons per day. Miscellaneous: Communicating CO and smoke alarms throughout. All windows covered with vinyl mesh and all accessories and hatches covered with Sumbrella. Dive tank storage and shelf for compressor and two hanging lockers in cockpit. Comments: Beautiful sea-going Fast Trawler built in 2006 and sold to its present and original owner in 2008. She has been fitted out with the care and knowledge of an experienced seaman with an eye toward comfort and luxury. She routinely makes and annual trek to the Exumas and continues to perform in a high performance and fuel efficient manner. Live the dream and sail off on a ship that looks beautiful in its slip, on the water or on the hook. She has a classic elegance with clean, modern and sleek lines coupled with a Portuguese bridge providing protection from rough seas with a walk around design. "Soulmates" is beauty, comfort, culture, safety and adventure.

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