Nancy Darlin is a 2004 Offshore Yachts 54' 54 Pilothouse listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Roger Cole. Roger can be reached at 1-727-460-0228 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Offshore Yachts and similar boats.With over 200 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.
54 Ft. Offshore Yachts Pilothouse 2004
Price Reduced $150,000 since Sept 2019! TO BE SOLD!
Featuring the very popular VIP floor plan with two private stairwells and two full beam staterooms with full beam master stateroom amidships, "Nancy Darlin" is a stabilized yacht with bow thruster and a 2018 interfaced and networked, state of the art, Garmin Electronics package and new (2018) AB RIB tender with electric start Yamaha. Her engines are the upgraded Cat C-12'S with under 1500 original hours.
These designs are classic, well proportioned, with a proven pedigree and very good high or low speed performance with cruising speeds of over 18 knots easily attained. This has proven to be an extremely successful and popular LRC for the owner/operator.
Easy To See At The United Yacht Sales Office In Stuart, Florida!
Her overall condition is very good, with no known damage or defect history. In October 2019 she had her antifouling paint renewed and a full professional compound and wax. A major servicing to the vessels systems has been completed as well to prepare her for new ownership.
For sale due to owners change of plans, she is aggressively priced, offered in cruise ready condition, and priced to sell.
Quality trades will be considered. Offers encouraged.
Asking Price recently reduced from $749,000! You will Not Find a Better Value in this class!
4 Free Rolls Of Toilet Paper With Purchase Of This Yacht!
Featuring the Mid-Ship Master, dual stairwell layout with VIP accommodations for the guests, and two luxurious full beam staterooms. "Nancy Darlin" features Teak and Holly flooring throughout the entire vessel and a beautiful satin finish natural Teak interior. With her covered side decks and stairwell access to the flybridge, she has all of the most desirable features of a modern pilothouse LRC.
Vessel boarding is through the transom gate from the swim platform or port or starboard side deck doors. Decks are full walk-around and covered by the massive flybridge overhangs and have high Bulwarks for safety.
The spacious single level Cockpit is protected by a fiberglass overhang from the Boat Deck. There is a hinged hatch forward that leads into the engine room as well as an aft one for Lazarette storage. A ladder with Bomar hatch leads up from the aft deck to the boat deck.
Step up into the Salon with a settee and dining table to port with an occasional chair and entertainment system to starboard. Next forward (on the same level) is the gourmet Galley. Across to starboard is the stairwell to the mid-ship master stateroom. There is a hinged hatch in salon floor with a (second) ladder access to the engine room.
Up two steps to the Pilothouse with full controls, a settee/dinette which can be used as a berth, and port and starboard side deck doors. A stairwell from the Pilothouse leads below to the VIP queen berth cabin with a private Head and shower and a Laundry Center.
There is a gentle stairwell leading from the Pilothouse to the Flybridge (through a full height) door with a centerline helm, dual helm seats, L-Shaped bench seating and two Teak trimmed tables. Additionally, there is a full wet bar, complete electronics and aft to the Boat Deck. There is a rigid frame powder coated aluminum half tower with a new canvas top integrated with the radar arch for maximum sun protection.
Up from the Cockpit through split sliding doors, is the Salon. Immediately to port is a built-in newly upholstered (2018) settee with storage below. The settee can seat four to five people comfortably. Here there is a teak hi-lo table with drop leaves. Table is adjustable from coffee table height to dining height.
Across to starboard is the TV cabinet with two cabinet doors below. Forward of this cabinet are two reading chairs and forward of this, is a large Teak cabinet with a Burlwood top. This serves as a divider for the master stateroom stairwell. Also in the Salon are Cellular shades over the side and aft windows, eleven overhead halogen lights, a Teak valance with rope lighting around the windows and a pleated shade for the door.
Going forward and up three steps leads to the Pilothouse.
The Pilothouse offers excellent visibility and features port and starboard aircraft style pocket doors. Aft to port is a raised L-Shaped upholstered settee with a height adjustable Burlwood table. There is a pass-through hatch to the flybridge above the settee and an open see-through aft from the helm station.
The helm area features two Pompanette Platinum Series Teak ladder back helm seats.
The helm is wraparound and includes an overhead console with additional equipment. To both port and starboard, are side deck access doors that slide aft.
An extra Sub Zero refrigerator is built into a granite topped cabinet is at the base of the five curved steps leading to the Flybridge.
The yacht’s main AC and DC electrical panels are on the helm console.
Open to the Salon, the Galley occupies the port-side of the yacht and contains the following equipment:
Featuring two equal full-beam staterooms, each with a private stairwell.
Beginning forward one finds the VIP guest stateroom.
Access from the Pilothouse is down a curved six-step stairwell. In the Companionway are three cabinets accessing technical equipment. At the base of the stairs outboard are two tamboured teak doors, the upper one concealing an Asko dryer and the lower one an Asko washing machine.
The dual entrance to the VIP/Day Head is to port and the VIP Cabin itself is forward. The VIP Cabin is in the fore-peak of the yacht and has an island queen-size berth with rope lighting and four teak drawers below the berth. Built-in shelves serve as nightstands. Twin reading lights flank the beveled edge mirrored doors that lead to the rope locker.
On the port side are two storage cabinets, a unique cabinet with the TV hinged for viewing from the berth. Next aft, is a cedar-lined auto lit two door hanging locker. On the aft bulkhead is a chest of three teak drawers with a burlwood top and a beveled edge dressing mirror above. To starboard are three storage cabinets and a two door cedar lined auto lit hanging locker. Above on both sides are two more cabinet doors and an opening port light behind a small Roman shade. Overhead is an escape hatch with a sliding shade.
Master Stateroom Midships
The master stateroom is accessed from a private stairwell in the forward starboard salon.
Entered from the rear of the cabin, the queen size island berth is on the forward bulkhead. Their are twin reading lights and each side of the berth has a nightstand with one drawer and one cabinet each.
Outboard to port are four cabinet doors, two inset areas with opening portholes covered by Cellular shades followed by a two door cedar-lined auto lit hanging locker.
Above is a Sharp Aquos 15" LCD TV with a cabinet behind for the SAT TV box.
On the aft bulkhead is a seven drawer vanity with a cutout to sit, center-line. A large beveled edge mirror faces forward above the vanity.
On the starboard side of the cabin, is the entry door and the sliding pocket door into the Head.
Accessed via a sliding teak pocket door, the Head is outboard to starboard. The sole is teak and holly. The vanity has five drawers and three cabinet doors below. The Kohler sink is undermounted in the granite counter top. Above are two medicine cabinets, one mirrored. The toilet is a Techma electric model.
The stall shower has a frosted glass door, a teak grate sole, a granite seat, a wall mountable or handheld shower fixture, an opening porthole with a Roman shade, a light and an exhaust fan.
The Flybridge is well protected under a powder coated Aluminum rigid half tower with new Stamoid cover. There are two Teak ladder-back helm chairs with Sunbrella cushions. L-shaped guest seating and two fixed teak trimmed tables.
The engine room is accessed through an opening hatch in the cockpit, as well as a hatch with a ladder from the forward salon area.
Salon sole/Engine Room overhead is laminated fiberglass core cell and overheads and bulkheads are insulated with high density foam and sound shield.
ZF 325 1A 2:037 to 1 ratio reduction reversing gears
CAT Air Sep crankcase ventilation system
Full Electronics at each of the two helm stations. Recent Garmin electronics upgrade with 4 Multi-function displays.
Audio Visual Entertainment
"Nancy Darlin" is a highly capable long range cruising boat that has been lightly used. Originally a Chesapeake Bay boat, she was delivered to Florida in 2018. Her overall condition and low original engine hours are reflective of her history.
While capable of cruising speeds of 18 to 20 knots, she has been primarily used as a 10 knot cruising yacht.
Very well optioned with upgraded Caterpillar C-12 motors, Wesmar Stabilizers, Bow Thruster, 2018 Garmin Electronics and a New A/B RIB with Yamaha outboard. Fresh bottom paint and wax in October 2019 she is ready to cruise.
Owners have a change of plans, have priced the boat aggressively, and are willing to listen to offers.
Easy to see, and actively maintained at her berth in Stuart, Florida, she is a must see for anyone searching a boat in this class. Price has been reduced $100K to effect an immediate sale.
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.