Every custom boat that Michael Rybovich & Sons builds is special and that's why we are thrilled to introduce No Agenda - a 2018 Rybovich 73' Convertible now listed with United broker John Blumenthal. "No Agenda" is hull number 4 from Michael Rybovich & Sons, a company that is the continuation of the family boat building business that originally started in 1919 and celebrated its 100th anniversary this year. Described as "one of the finest custom boats ever built", No Agenda is currently offered at $7,250,000.
While this 73' Convertible is special simply because of its namesake, its unique in other ways as well. No Agenda is the first boat in the U.S. to integrate the ZF Marine SteerCommand Electric Steering System which uses a reactive electronic force feedback system at the steering wheel. The result is more precise steering and safer operation. With No Agenda's twin Caterpillar C-32 ACERT 1,925HP engines, she has been recorded "turning on a dime" at over 41 knots. Everyone on board the sea trial from Marlin magazine editor Capt. Jen Copeland to the ZF Marine team on board were ecstatic over the system's performance. Today, No Agenda has just 375 hours on the engines that have been impeccably maintained. With a big fuel capacity of 3,270 gallons and an efficient fuel burn at cruising speed, the range on No Agenda will take you farther and let you fish harder!
Captain Bobby Brown, a very well-known knowledgeable captain in the industry going back to the 1960's, was the project manager during the build process of No Agenda with Michael Rybovich & Sons. "Capt. Bobby has an incredible amount of experience and knowledge when it comes to sportfishing boats," said John Blumenthal. "His reputation is excellent and you can tell his insight went in to the building of No Agenda to help make it one of the top custom sportfish on the market today." The entire project took over 2 years to complete, but the results were well worth the wait.
(Seen below: The cockpit on the 2018 Rybovich 73 is a work of art and a suitable space for battling big Marlin.)
The cockpit is arguably the most important area on the boat. After all, this is where the action happens when the hook-up begins. The cockpit on No Agenda features an extra two feet which is really felt when the crew is on board, the bite is hot, and everyone is moving around each other. The extra space is here is significant. There is also comfortable, air-conditioned mezzanine seating that is shaded by the flybridge overhang for guests to enjoy watching the action. Some of the notable features here on the cockpit include:
- Two large bulkhead freezers that are stainless steel lined
- Two SS lined coolers as well as an Eskimo Ice Dump right in the mezzanine deck
- Dedicated bait fridge and tackle center
- Insulated, In-deck fish boxes
- 55-gallon live-well and custom live-well system by Wicked Wells
- Two Fisherman's Center Tuna Tubes with Headhunter Stingray Saltwater pumps in the Lazarette
- Day head access - convenient for guests on board!
- Bluewater Marlin fighting chair
There is also engine room access from the cockpit. The engine room is extremely impressive, clean, and well-maintained. In addition to the twin CAT engines, it also houses the 2 Cummins Onan 29 kW generators and is ventilated with a Delta T system.
(Seen below: The Flybridge on this Michael Rybovich & Sons 73' Convertible is impeccably designed.)
The flybridge on No Agenda is a thing of beauty. The teak helm pod holds the ZF Electric SteerCommand system and the teak accents look phenomenal surrounding the electronics. The seating on the flybridge includes two Bluewater teak helm chairs with footrests, starboard bench seating with a seat-back, and L-shaped seating on the portside. Additionally, it includes A/C vents, cooler, freezer, and lots of storage.
The flybridge electronics are perfectly housed and conveniently reached for a nice clean layout. They include the Garmin 8617 Plotter, Garmin Grid Remote, two Furuno 15" touch screens with full Furuno electronics package. There is also single lever controls with bow thruster buttons in the controls.
(Seen below: The custom tower on No Agenda has full controls.)
No Agenda also features a Bausch American Tower with a molded hardtop and complete console controls. This includes a CAT engine display, ZF side-by-side shift controls, a Garmin 7612 GPS, and Rupp hydraulic 4-spreader riggers.
(Seen below: The salon and galley inside No Agenda is spacious, comfortable, and equipped for entertaining or extended fishing trips.)
As you walk passed the day head and into the salon, the hand-rubbed book-matched teak interior immediately catches the eye. The attention to detail and craftsmanship are stunning. A L-shaped couch is placed starboard and is across from the enclosed pop-up flat screen television. Two bar stools stand alone near the galley bar, a great place to quickly eat for hungry anglers. A formal dining space is situated across from the galley and includes a table and bench seating with storage underneath. The galley is fully equipped to feed multiple guests for days on end. The countertop is granite with teak sea rail. There are 4 sub-zero refrigeration drawers and 2 sub-zero freezer drawers alongside a Wolf 3-burner induction stove top.
(Seen below: The master stateroom on No Agenda features a king-size berth.)
The layout on "No Agenda" is the popular 4-stateroom, 3-head with the additional day head near the mezzanine. The master suite is placed portside and features a large king-sized berth that has storage underneath. There are plenty of drawers, a cedar-lined hanging closet, and extra cabinets for extra storage and clothing. The private master bathroom a tri-mirror vanity, beautiful shower stall, and Dometic freshwater toilet.
The forward stateroom would be considered the VIP, but has been modified to fit extra guests. Instead of a queen-sized berth, the forward stateroom consists of two over/under bunks as well as a single bunk on the starboard side. There are two additional starboard side staterooms with upper and lower berths. No Agenda can comfortably sleep 9-10 guests, including the owner on board.
(Seen below: No Agenda has a dedicated tackle and pump room. This includes customized rod storage, storage box shelving, and a stainless steel tool box. This is also where the water makers and ice machines are held.)
Official Specifications Of "No Agenda":
- Length Overall: 73 Feet
- Beam: 20'
- Draft: 5'
- Top Speed: 43 Knots
- Cruise Speed: 32 Knots
- Fuel Capacity: 3,270 Gallons
- Fresh Water Capacity: 400 Gallons
- Full Displacement: 100,000 Lbs.
For any questions related to No Agenda, the beautiful 2018 Michael Rybovich & Sons 73' Convertible, please contact United Yacht broker John Blumenthal at (772) 215-2571 or by email at John@UnitedYacht.com. United is a leader in the industry when it comes to the sale of your boat or yacht. With over 165 brokers worldwide, United has the largest network of buyers and sellers at our disposal to help you sell your Sportfish.