MISS BUDWEISER is an extraordinary Rybovich that received a two year, million dollar plus refit during 2011/12 from Michael Rybovich. She is a turnkey vessel and an amazing sport fisherman with tremendous performance, state-of-the-art equipment, an elegant designer interior, and a storied history of generous ownership and fishing accomplishments
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VESSEL IS LOCATED IN: Palm Beach, FL
Starting forward is a private stateroom with twin stacked berths to port. To starboard are two hanging and storage lockers. Aft are a concealed head and fold up sink followed by a stall shower. Aft to starboard are the companionway berths which consist of a fixed lower berth with an upper pullman that folds up. Aft of the companionway is a large locker with both drawer and hanging storage. Opposite is the master stateroom which has upper and lower criss cross berths, a hanging locker and drawer storage, and a small vanity with mirror.
There is also a private connected head with stall shower. Aft to port is the day head with vanity and head.
Aft and up is the salon with a forward "U" shaped galley to port with double stainless steel sink and two burner Euro Kera Princess electric cooktop, a Sharp convection oven, and four Subzero refrigerator freezer drawers. To starboard is a built in Kitchen Aid ice maker with built in concealed Samsung flat screen TV. Aft to port is a very large, comfortable "L" shaped settee with matching hi/lo table and lots of storage below. Opposite to starboard are two occasional chairs with tackle storage under. Aft of the occasional chairs are two lockers, one of which is for storage and the other houses the electric panel. There is also a built in chest of drawers with three drawers that finishes off the end of the settee. Forward of the engine room is a tank room which houses the generator, AC units, and battery chargers.
MISS BUDWEISER was the first Rybovich built with cold molded triple planked epoxy glued construction and mezzanine cockpit seating. She has a natural teak cockpit and covering boards, bright finished bridge rail and half round, and Awlgrip painted teak transom, toe rail, and bulkhead for a nearly maintenance free exterior. The interior consists of satin finished ash cabinets and trim with light blue marble counter tops and a combination of teak and holly and carpeting with Budweiser red, white, and blue accents.
On the aft bulkhead is mezzanine seating with freezer under and a top loading refrigerated drink box with drawer tackle storage. There is also a built in cabinet to starboard for tackle storage. There are port and starboard under gunnel gaff and rod storage compartments. On either side of the full sized Murray Bros bright finished tuna chair with aft rocket launcher are insulated below deck bait wells. One of the baitwells can also be used as a fishbox and is serviced by an Eskimo ice machine. There is an extra-large transom door that will accommodate any size fish. The cockpit has four rod holders in the covering boards, two of which swivel, four in the fighting chair rocket launcher, four on the fighting chair arms, and six on the tower legs. Additionally, there are five rod holders on the aft bridge rail and another small fighting chair which is mounted aft of the helm chair on the bridge. There is a center rigger which services the bridge fighting chair and there are triple spreader Rupp outriggers." There are port and starboard 12V outlets in the cockpit for electric dredge reels. Both below deck live well/fish boxes are serviced by 220V macerator discharge pumps.
Shortly after the purchase of MISS BUDWEISER by her current owner she was given a two year, complete refit, mostly done by Michael Rybovich, which exceeded a million dollars. Some of the items attended to include:
Engine room completely gutted and all mechanical items replaced with new including engines, generator, Eskimo ice machine, watermaker, etc.
MISS BUDWEISER is one heck of a fishing boat. Every detail of her two-year all-inclusive refit was overseen by a Captain with over 30 years of experience running and fishing Rybovich boats. She got all the right machinery and equipment, which was properly installed by the world’s best yard for Rybovich refits, and was done so without regard to cost. Fishing in eight tournaments from '14-'16 she won well over a half million dollars and has that hard to describe "hum" that brings in the bill fish. With four Panama Canal transits to her credit she has proven sea keeping abilities to fish anywhere and with the best of them. It is a rare occasion when a vintage Rybovich comes on the market that has been so thoroughly refit, is so well thought out, and is in such impeccable condition.
* 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.
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