ALCAZAR DEL MAR III has been maintained by a knowledgeable owner. Designed by William Crealock, the hull has a moderate V planing with prop pockets. The twin inboard Cat 3196, 660 HP, turbocharged engines had total "In Frame" rebuilds at less than 1,100 hours in April 2003. Likewise, the 1998 Novurania 400DL with 50 HP Honda BF50 Tender had the tubes replaced, gelcoat refinished, and a Bimini top was added along with the newer Honda engine in July of 2017. It is a beautiful vessel that has been well cared for by it's owner.
Exclusions: Brass Barometer Set in pilot house and personal items.
The layout is ideal. From the large aft cockpit, you enter the main salon from through dual sliding doors, the galley is forward to port and is open to both the salon and pilothouse. Two sets of stairs to starboard in the main salon, one leading down to the midship Master cabin, the other just up 3 steps to the pilothouse. Forward of the Galley, the pilothouse has 2 sets of stairs to starboard - one going forward and down to the VIP stateroom as well as the laundry. The other leads aft and up to the flybridge and tender stowage. Additionally, the pilothouse has sliding doors to easily access both the starboard and port side decks. The engine room is accessed from either a hatch in the galley’s cabin sole, the lazarette or its own dedicated hatch in the aft cockpit.
Master Stateroom: The well-appointed Master has its own entrance at the bottom of a curving stairway from the main salon. The walk around, fore and aft queen berth is located on the centerline with the ensuite master head and separate shower to starboard. Features include:
VIP Guest Stateroom: Guests enjoy their own private entrance at the bottom of a curved staircase from the pilothouse. Like the Master Cabin, guests have a walk around, fore and aft queen berth located on the centerline with an ensuite head, vanity and separate shower. Features include:
Just outside the entrance to the guest cabin is the laundry closet with a “stacked” ASKO vented clothes dryer and washer. Also, the vessel’s chain locker and windlass can be accessed through mirrored cabinet doors at the head of the berth.
Main Salon: On the port side there is a large U–shaped sofa with tremendous storage below. A custom made, high gloss teak table with brass inlays forms the centerpiece. Its pneumatic pedestal and folding leaves allow it to serve as both a cocktail and dining table. Dual sliding doors aft and large opening windows with screens on both sides, provide unobstructed views while relaxing or dining. Covered side decks not only provide protection from the elements when docking, but also keep the mid-day sun from penetrating the salon. The salon is open to the galley and separated by a counter to port. Window furnishings include Hunter Douglas, “honeycomb”, fingertip adjustable shades. The entertainment center is located in the starboard aft corner with two-barrel chairs forward. Features include:
Galley: Open to both the main salon and the pilot house, the chef enjoys the same views experienced by everyone else. The standard Corian counter tops and teak “fiddles” have been replaced with modern looking “cultured”, light-weight granite. The U-shaped galley features the following:
The galley also provides unique inside access to the forward area of the engine room via a ladder thru a matching teak & holly hatch in the cabin sole.
Pilothouse: Well thought out with great visibility and layout, including opening doors port and starboard. A large, white, “ultra-leather”, “L” shaped settee aft with a “Hi-Lo” table, custom made to match table in main salon. Two Pompanette swiveling helm chairs at the helm are covered to match the settee. The sole is teak and holly. The electronics and controls are all very well positioned including an overhead console. There is a large pass through to the galley and a chart table to port. In addition to all of the normal items found in a pilothouse, there is a U-Line, 38 bottle wine cooler located to starboard. Equipment and controls include:
Flybridge: The flybridge features a large “L” shaped settee behind two custom, Corian fixed tables. Pompanette “high gloss” teak and vinyl, swiveling helm chairs provide 1st class seating at the helm. A built-in ice chest to port and a built in sink next to a Norcold refrigerator to starboard, reduce those trips below decks. The complete electronics package is thoughtfully laid out in a master console and a Bimini with a 3-sided enclosure make this a favorite spot in any kind of weather. The tender and davit are aft of the flybridge radar arch on a spacious boat deck. Canvas below the stainless handrail surrounds the entire top deck aft of the radar arch which is ideal for the safety of dogs or small children. Features, electronics and controls include:
Hull and Deck: The decks are molded nonskid with no exterior teak except for the cap rail around the aft cockpit. Wide, covered side decks have inward opening doors to port and starboard for easy boarding. The bow has both fresh and salt water washdowns as well as 2 recessed lockers for additional ground tackle. The molded swim platform features hot/cold fresh water fixture, a saltwater wash down, dockside water hookup and 2 recessed lockers. Other features and equipment include:
Engine Room: Accessed thru either a hatch in the galley cabin sole, aft deck hatch or the lazarette, the engine room provides good, well lit access to all equipment and stand up head room at the forward end of compartment. Fuel and water management couldn’t be easier due to convenient stainless-steel manifolds. Other features or equipment include:
Whether fishing, eating or just lounging, this area is large enough for just about any type of furniture and arrangement the owners choose. The entire cockpit is surrounded by an 10” wide teak cap rail finished with Alwgrip’s 2 part, “Awlwood Gloss”. An aft steering station to starboard makes “backing down” and docking shorthanded a snap. To port is a large cabinet featuring a built in electric grill by Kenyon with abundant storage below. The deck of the cockpit features recessed storage lockers to port and starboard, with a large hatch in the middle to access the vessel’s lazarette. Not only does the lazarette provide tremendous storage but also convenient access to numerous pieces of mechanical equipment as well as the engine room. There is abundant Lazarette storage, transom door and molded swim platform.
Stabilizers: NAIAD Hydraulic
Transmissions: ZF with 2:1 Ratio
Props: Two, 4 bladed, 31”x33”, Nibral bronze
Bow Thruster: Wesmar 24v
Trim Tabs: Bennett Hydraulic
Controls: Hynautic hydraulic steering, shifting and throttles
Primary Filters: Engines – Dual Racors; Generators – Single Racors
Oil Transfer Pump: A single, 12v “Reverso”, manifolded for engines, transmissions and generators
Tender: Novurania 400DL (1998) with offset console and 50 HP Honda BF50.
Note: In July of 2017, the tubes were replaced, all gelcoat was refinished, a bimini top was added and the original Yamaha was replaced with a new Honda including new engine instrumentation. Tender has a console cover and full Sunbrella cover made by Carver.
Davit: Marquipt TenderLift 1000, electro-hydraulic & “Quick” handheld remote. 1,000 lb. capacity
Windlass: Maxwell 3500, dual direction with controls at bow, pilothouse and flybridge
Anchor Pulpit: Dual roller with chain stoppers
Anchors: Main - 66 lb CQR anchor w/300’ of chain; Lunch – 66 lb, Model 140 SPADE anchor with 25’ of chain & 200’ of ¾” “braid-on-braid”, gold & white anchor rode
Boarding Ladder: Marquipt SS recessed into swim platform.
Line Cutters: Spurs on both shafts
Aft Deck Bimini: Extended to cover entire aft deck (installed Jan 2022)
Flybridge Enclosure: EZ2CY rigid, curved corner panels with a large opening center panel. The “Strata Glass” side curtains have windows that open and “roll up” (all installed Oct 2022)
Generators: 12KW Northern Lights with approximately 2,165 Hrs and 8KW Northern Lights with approximately 1,940 Hrs
Inverter/Charger: 2000-watt Xantrex Freedom Model 20 with Link 2000 controller
Engine Alternator: Port 130 Amp
Engine Battery Charger: Professional Mariner ProTech; 24v/25 Amps
Generator Battery Charger: ProMariner ProNautic 12-20P; 12v/20 Amps (installed Feb 2021)
Parallel Switches: Generators and Engines each have an On/Off switch and one to parallel the other
Shore Power Connections: Double watertight, 50 Amp, 120v/240v sockets at transom (STBD) and forward of pilothouse (STBD)
Shore Power Cords: One 50’ and one 15’, 50 Amp, 120v/240v
Main Salon/Galley: 16,000 BTU MarinAire reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning unit which also serves the Galley area (installed Feb 2022)
Pilot House: 24,000 BTU Cruisair reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning with 2 separate evaporator/blower units
Master Stateroom:7,000 BTU Cruisair reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning unit
Guest Cabin: 7,000 BTU Cruisair reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning unit
Engine Room: Two, large capacity blowers
Hot Water Heater: Torrid 20-gal, Stainless Steel, high efficiency with engine heat exchanger (installed 2017)
Toilets: Two Vacuflush heads. Master features a Brondell “Washlet/Bidet” (installed 2019)
Dock Filter: Portable water softening and filter system by “Softcell”
Washdown Fixtures: Fresh and salt water located at bow, swim platform and flybridge
Wine Cooler: U-Line 38 bottle Echelon, with 2 independently controlled temperature zones
Ice Maker: Scotsman CU50 “clear ice” maker under counter in galley (installed 2016)
Cooktop: Kenyon 3-burner, black tempered glass w/exhaust above
Oven: Sharp convection/microwavewith carousel
Garbage Disposal: Waste King L-1001 “silent” garbage disposal (installed 2021)
Galley Sink: Oversized Elkay stainless steel
Faucet: “Insinkerator” instant hot water and cold-water dispensing system with Separate “Indulge” faucet and high-quality filtration
Washer/Dryer: Asko 7005 Dryer (240v) stacked on top of Asko 8005 Washer
BBQ Grill: Kenyon Floridian (Model B70080), stainless-steel, 120v, built-in (aft cockpit) and includes grates and griddle
Chart Plotters: Raymarine GPS E120 & E-80 Color
Depth, Speed & Temp: Two, Raymarine ST60 Tridata displays (flybridge replaced Feb 2022)
Wind: Two, Raymarine ST60 Instrument displays (wind direction & speed)
Auto Pilot: Simrad/Robertson with two AP20 control heads (FB replaced Sep 2019 & PH replaced Feb 2023) and one AP21 handheld remote control which can be used at either station.
Radar: Pilothouse - Furuno FR7061, 6kw, 64NM radar w/4’ open array antenna on radar arch and Flybridge - Furuno FMD 1920 Color Video Plotter (radar & chart plotter)
Rudder Angle: VDO indicators in pilothouse, on flybridge & aft cockpit
Digital Compass: TwoAzimuth 1000s (PH & FB) and Furuno 2000 electronic compass for radar
WiFi Capability: 2.4GHz & 5GHz via Alfa Networks Dual Band Tube-UAC2 system
VHF Radios: Two Standard Horizon, one with command mic
Onboard PC: Dell Mini-Tower, Windows 10, HD NEC 17” monitor, wireless mouse & keyboard. “Time Zero” software and GPS antenna provides additional navigation backup and route planning.
Intercom: Six station, handset system
Sat TV: Intellian i4 Satellite TV system with custom made dual mount to accommodate the radar (ACU replaced in April 2022)
Receiver: Dish ViP211K
Off Air Antenna: Digital, HDTV with 150-mile range and 360-degree motorized rotation
Cable TV: Watertight connections at transom (STBD) and forward of pilothouse (STBD)
Sound System: Yamaha RX-V377 Surround Sound with “AudioSource”, 100 amp selection switch for aft deck and flybridge speakers
Bluetooth: Logitech BT Adaptor allows cell phones, music players, etc., to be connected to ship’s sound system.
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.
Engine and generator 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.