PRICE REDUCED! Accepting ALL REASONABLE OFFERS - the Owner says, "get it sold"!!!!!
This 1970 Huckins 76’ Sportsman, AMANDA, was originally named Kenlane, and one of only two sister vessels made that year. This meticulously built vessel still carries the original hand-drawn blueprints along with countless Captain’s logs and various artifacts from her past.
She features 3-staterooms and 3-heads. Additionally, she is equipped with twin 12V71TI Detroit engines, both with approximately 700 hours since being rebuilt. Additionally, AMANDA encompasses Huckins’ quadraconic double diagonal plank mahogany hull design. A survey conducted 04/06/23 reported the vessel “to be a well-constructed and comfortable vessel”. Inspection of the hull and stringers revealed no wood rot and were found to be in overall good condition. The vessel “planed quickly with little bow rise” and “there was no water ingress” during the survey sea trial!
Although this vessel has recently undergone extensive interior renovations, her authenticity remains both in appearance and numerous onboard systems, some of which still need to be replaced or renewed.
Although the current owners would like to complete her full restoration, they unfortunately no longer have the time and are looking for someone with the same love of Classic yachts to continue and finish the restoration of this magnificent vessel.
This is a project boat and there is still work to be done; AMANDA is being sold “as is where is” and the asking price reflects that there is still work to be done!
Up three steps from the teak cockpit to the observation deck, large sliding glass doors leads into the main salon. To port is a sofa, and coffee table. To starboard is a hidden TV and stereo equipment cabinet, and stairwell that leads to the master stateroom. A large full width cabinet with built in storage is fwd.
Walking forward and down two steps (to starboard) is the lower salon/dining room. Access to the engine room is in aft bulkhead and cabinets in this space. Forward of the lower salon/dining area and down one step is the galley which runs full beam and is open to the dining. Galley prepping area and equipment to port, with small “eat in” galley area (originally a built-in dinette) to stbd.
Down two more steps you will enter the companionway that leads to the VIP/Guest stateroom and Guest/Crew stateroom.
6'6 headroom throughout and large windows offer ample light.
LOWER SALON / DINING AREA
GUEST STATEROOM HEAD
GUEST STATEROOM / CREW QUARTERS W/ HEAD
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.