"Wazup II" is a 1991 52 Hatteras Cockpit Motor Yacht with a 3 stateroom, 3 head head layout. Powered by twin 8V92 at 720 hp each with both rebuilt engines less than 300 hours ago. Many upgrades include New Electronics, all new Interior Softgoods by Custom Interior Designer, Augusta Tabia, including the Aft Deck Furniture, Granite Countertops for Galley and Dinette, New Upholstery for Dinette and Salon Sofa, New Carpeting and Wooden Galley floor, and New Kitchen Appliances. Comes with 11 Ft. Avon Tender with Outboard. Great live aboard with Cruise and Light Fishing Capabilities.
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Sleeps 6 owners and guests in 3 staterooms with 3 heads and 3 stall showers. The master stateroom is aft with a diagonal walk-around queen berth, and en-suite head. It is important to note that the master stateroom has direct access to the aft second guest head, effectively providing 2 full heads with stall showers to the master stateroom. The guest stateroom aft has upper and lower single berths and a guest head shower adjacent. The VIP Guest suite is forward with a queen centerline walk-around berth and en-suite head and stall shower. The galley is down with a U-Shaped dinette. The main salon has a large L-Shaped sofa and 2 chairs. The fully enclosed and air conditioned aft deck has wing doors port and starboard, hard side windows and a hard enclosure aft. There is a wet bar on deck with a refrigerator. The large flybridge is fully enclosed and has helm and mate chairs, and abundant guest seating with storage.
The Fully enclosed Aft Deck is air conditioned and has two wing doors port and starboard to the side decks and forward to the bow. There afford access to the aft deck area and provide the aft deck area shelter from sea spray. A fiberglass bridge overhang aft of the sundeck offers some protection from the elements. Engine controls were found to port with twin lever throttle and gear controls, a depth sounder and engine stop buttons. A stainless steel railing system runs from port to the molded fiberglass steps to starboard that lead down to the aft cockpit. A hatch with a lift out storage box affords access to the rudderposts, connecting rod, and aft bilge pump. The transom is slightly rounded, and has a transom door to port, and an attached molded fiberglass swim platform, and starboard boarding ladder. Access to the aft deck area is by a sliding door near centerline near the aft deck engine controls, and features two leather lounge chairs with an acrylic table between and a lamp on an acrylic lamp table aft to port, a refrigerator freezer to port and forward, a cabinet containing a TV/VCR, a wet bar to starboard with storage under, and an L-Shaped leather sofa aft and to starboard with storage under the lifting seat sections.
Galley is down to port with a large U-Shaped dinette to starboard. Washer/dryer is opposite the dinette.
Master Stateroom is Aft with a Full Beam Island Queen Berth.
DC power is 24 volt and 12 volt, with 24-volt system from two banks of two 8D 12-volt batteries wired series for a 24-volts, and from the DC to DC converter and dedicated 12-volt battery for 12-volt electronics. The 24-volt battery banks are located one forward of the port engine and the other banks between the engines all boxed and covered. The 24-volt banks are controlled by heavy-duty battery switches mounted in each engine room. Batteries are charged by the engine driven alternators while underway, and by the Phase Three model PT24-35CE 24-volt three stage battery charger while connected to shore power or with the generators operating. The 12-volt battery under the flybridge console powers the 12-volt electronics and fly bridge 12-volt loads and is charged by the Professional Mariner ProTech 4 battery charger, serial#008478 located to starboard under the console when connected to dockside shore power or with the generator operating.
The AC shore power and generator panel was found forward in the salon and to starboard, and contains shore power main switches for port and starboard, voltage meters, and trip free breakers for 110 and 220 volts, and the generator master controls. The ships service DC electrical panel was found in the same area and contains trip free breakers for DC systems clearly marked. Additional trip free breakers for DC systems were found at the flybridge under the console with breakers clearly marked. All wiring was found to be of approved thermo-plastic, properly sized, neatly bundled, and meeting or exceeding specifications found in section E-11 for AC systems and DC systems as found in the ABYC Standards and Practices for Small Craft.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.