This 46 II Post features the much-desired Floorplan B with the master stateroom amidships with island center queen berth. She has never been fished since new. Her 692TA Detroit Diesels only have 850 hours. She has been meticulously maintained. Owner has invested tens of thousands of dollars in upgrades. Some of the most notable additions are the new teak flooring through out, complete Awlgrip paint from the rub rail to the bridge (over $60k, new rub rail, flat screen TV's, new ac units.
Owner is very motivated. All reasonable offers considered. She needs to have electronics updated and a new enclosure. Those factors will be considered with all offers!!!
The original Post 46 was introduced back in 1978 as a stretched version of the popular Post 42. Hull construction is solid fiberglass and her tapered form and low transom deadrise resulted in a boat quick to accelerate and fast over the water. In 1988, Post introduced the 46 II model with a little more transom deadrise and a deeper forefoot for improved headsea performance. Several two stateroom floorplans were offered in the Post 46/46 II during her production years, and all are notable for their quality joinery and furnishings. What really distinguishes the 46 from the offerings of other builders is, of course, her sensuous and graceful styling, long a Post trademark. Cockpit access to the engineroom of the 46II became standard in 1992, and in 1995 a much-improved standup engineroom resulted from moving the fuel tanks aft. Among several engine options, early models with 410hp 6-71 Detroit diesels cruise at 21 knots. Later models with 485hp 6-71s cruise at 23–24 knots, and 625hp 6V92 diesels cruise at around 25 knots. A well regarded boat, used Post 46 models are nearly always in demand.