Equipped with KeyPower Active Stabilizers
"Lost at Last" is an extremely well equipped Long Range PilothouseTrawler. She cruises efficiently at 8 knots with a range of over 3,000 nautical miles. Her interior is designed for comfort on extended passages with a wide body salon and galley configuration, a full beam master, a spacious guest stateroom and two heads. Her inventory is extensive and includes: a single John Deere main engine with only 900 hrs., and a 9 kW Northern Lights generator, Key Power active stabilizers, Side Power Bow and Stern Thrusters, an 8kW Isolation Transformer, an AquaMarine Watermaker, a Splendide washer/dryer and Webasto Hydronic Heat,
For Navigation she is equipped with everything you require on a NMEA 2000 network, a computer based navigation system running the newest Coastal Explorer navigation software, radar with chart overlay capability and Airmar depth, speed through water, water temperature, air temperature, humidity. Also a wind speed sensors and AIS displayed on two 23 inch display screens, a ComNav autopilot and an Inter-phase color forward looking sonar.
"Lost at Last" has a spacious, well-appointed salon, galley and pilothouse with two staterooms below decks; featuring a midship master stateroom with an island queen berth. The guest stateroom has two generous bunk berths to starboard, a desk/vanity with a pull out seat and a settee to port. She has two spacious heads with stall showers and a bathtub. Her interior appointments are exquisite with polished black Granite counter surfaces that are complimented by black ultra-leather upholstery, stainless steel fixtures and fine teak joinery through out.
Lost at Last's gourmet galley has all the amenities you would expect with spacious granite counters, a Force 10 Three Burner Stove, a Fisher Paykel Fridge/Freezer, Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel Microwave/Convection Oven and a U-Line Ice Maker.
The owner of Lost at Last has maintained her to very high standards. She has low hours and has only been cruised locally in the Pacific Northwest. 'Lost at Last" is an ideal choice for cruising the Inside Passage to Alaska in the summer or south to Mexico for the winter
She shows like a nearly new vessel and represents an excellent value at 499,000. Give us a call for a boarding appointment today!
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To board "Lost at Last" you step onto a wide swim platform with safety hand rails and two self bailing storage boxes to port and starboard. There is a transom door leading one step up to a generous open cockpit that has access to a large lazarette. There is a sink to port and double diamond seaglaze water tight doors leading to the main Salon. Entering the salon on port is a sectional L-Shaped sofa and teak table. There are four large salon windows that provide plenty of natural light, an entertainment center is to starboard with a granite buffet counter, above the buffet counter is liquor cabinet/bar with three storage lockers under. Across from the dinette there is a very comfortable Ekornes leather recliners. There are solid teak and holly cabin soles throughout the interior.
The U-shaped gourmet galley is forward to Port with polished granite counter tops and over head cabinets with wine glass storage, double stainless steel sinks, a Force 10 three burner stove, a convection ,microwave oven, a full size refrigerator, a large ice maker, overhead storage and a double wine glass rack. Just to starboard of the galley are stairs leading up to the Pilothouse. The Pilothouse has a raised L-Shape dinette with black Ultra Leather cushions and gloss varnish teak table to Port. The visibility forward from the dinette is panoramic. Forward of the dinette is leather helm chair and a gloss varnish teak steering wheel with chart table, drawer and storage locker underneath to port. The dash is fully equipped with a full compliment of marine electronics for navigation. There are three windshield wipers and defrosters at the helm station. To starboard there is an AC/DC electrical panel aft of the shelf with bookcase access locker underneath. There are two diamond seaglaze water tight dutch doors to Port and Starboard side. Stepping out from the Port side to aft of the Pilothouse there are three steps that leads up to a large sun deck and flybridge. The sun deck is protected by stainless steel rails. The flybridge is equipped with helm engine control, engine guages and bow thruster and has an L-shaped settee with storage lockers. Going back down to the Port side steps of the Pilothouse leading out to the foredeck there are three large deck storage lockers with a seat over an air intake of plenum for forward cabin ventilation.
Inside the Pilothouse on starboard are teak spiral stairs leading to a landing and two staterooms. Entering the midship full beam master is a centerline walk around queen island berth with insuite head and tub-shower to port, L-shaped office desk/vanity and bookshelf and a small settee to port and a double hanging locker with large drawer and double storage locker. A full length counter is to starboard that has drawers and storage lockers underneath. There are overhead storage lockers on three sides of the master stateroom and a personal safe in an enclosed locker. Moving forward is the guest stateroom that has two stacked side bunk beds and double lockers to starboard, office desk with stool, bookshelves, a large settee, drawers and overhead hanging lockers to port. Stepping out from the guest stateroom to the starboard is the guest head with granite counter tops, sink, drawers and lockers along with a full sized stall shower.
The Seahorse 52 probably has more deck storage than any other vessels in her class.Large Stainless BBQHand Rails 34" High for Safety
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