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Old 16-01-2013, 08:08   #1
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BRISTOL 45.5 DESTINY avail. for viewing in South FL

After living aboard our Bristol 45.5, DESTINY, for five years in the Caribbean and Med, we think we know what makes a comfortable cruising boat. This Ted Hood designed, shoal draft centerboard boat was built in Bristol, Rhode Island in 1985 and refitted at the Hood yard in Portsmouth, R.I. in 1999. DESTINY features a queen berth and stall shower in the master cabin, 2 heads, accommodations for 6, gorgeous cherry wood and reverse cycle a/c and heat. It comes equipped with everything you need to go sailing except your toothbrush.

For detailed specs, pictures and contact info see http://www.saildestiny.com/?page_id=3684

DESTINY is currently available for viewing in West Palm Beach/Ft. Lauderdale and ready to take you to the Bahamas for Caribbean for the winter. Maybe our DESTINY is your destiny!

Carol & Kent Bradford
S/V Destiny
Mallorca, Spain
www.saildestiny.com
kent(at)saildestiny(dot)com
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WOW. That is a gorgeous boat. I love everything about it. Am not in the market yet, but when I am, I'll be wishing your girl was still available.
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Price?
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Re: BRISTOL 45.5 DESTINY avail. for viewing in South FL

It's on their web page, where I, too, have gone to salivate and wish I had the means to purchase. . . .

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  • 45’ Bristol 45.5 CC
  • Year: 1985 (totally refurbished 1999-2000)
  • Current Price: $219,500
  • Located in Southern FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel
  • For Sale by Owners: Carol Witt & Kent Bradford
CONTACT INFO: carol@saildestiny.com; kent@saildestiny.com Skype: fkentb; seven eight one-six zero five-five five zero three
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder/Designer

Builder: Bristol Yachts, Bristol, R.I.
Designers: Ted Hood & Dieter Empacher
Dimensions
LOA: 45”3” LWL: 37’3” Beam: 13’ 2.5”
Displacement: 34,600# Draft: 4’11”-11’ (board dn) Ballast: 15,000#
Engine
WESTERBEKE 70 HP. Engine Model: 70
Hours: Approx. 5,200 +/- Cruising speed: 7 kts.
Tankage
Fuel: 150 US Gal. Water: 240 US Gal. Holding: 2×25 US Gal.
Construction
“DESTINY” features Flag Blue Awlgrip topsides new in 1999. She has the traditional BRISTOL double boot-top and cover stripe, both Awlgrip white.
The exterior teak has been maintained with Cetol natural with easy maintenance and an optional varnish-like finish. Her optional “4” higher flared” teak toe rails, as provided by BRISTOL when the yacht was built, are in very good condition, as is the rest of the brightwork to include the teak rubrail (with stainless steel ½ round strips and integral ¼ round stainless steel chafe strips at the midship hawswe locations), coachroof brow pieces, the teak grab rails, the teak Dorade boxes and the teak cockpit trim and companionway areas.
DESTINY had an epoxy 2 part barrier coat bottom job done in 2007 and new bottom paint in 2012.
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240 gallon holding tank?
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240 gallon holding tank?
I believe thats the water tank. No Generator?
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There's a whole lot more on their web page. I only copied and pasted a bit of it.

It does have an 8KW Westerbeke, plus 2 X 55A engine alternators.

Here's the rest of the text:
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“As built” the BRISTOL 45.5 series was constructed @ hand layup process with alternating layers of fiberglass mat and woven roving for her hull. The deck also features the “hand layup process” with fiberglass mat & cloth. It is cored with balsa core material. . .in blocks mounted on a scrim and individually sealed with resin. The headliner is gelcoated. The ballast is lead, internally cast. The centerboard is molded fiberglass. . .and is not a “ballast item”. . .and is secured by a bronze pin through fiberglass pipe. The centerboard is actuated via a stainless steel wire/rope system via a MERRIMAN deck-mounted C/B friction winch on the cabin house. The centerboard design gives the convenience of 4’11″ shoal draft. While the 11ft. overall draft with the centerboard down gives great upwind performance. The rudder is of molded fiberglass construction molded around a bronze stock with welded plates bearing on the hull, the top of the stock itself and an ample skeg that provides protection for the rudder and prop.

Cockpit helm station:
EDSON pedestal steering w/ oversized 40” wheel
Wheel brake
• Binnacle/wheel guard, stainless steel
• Single-lever engine controls for both transmission & throttle
• Teak sole in cockpit (new 1999)
• Varnished teak cockpit table w/ fold-out leaves & integral teak drink holder (new 1999)
• Plexiglass doors, teak screens and storm boards for companionway (new 1999)

Binnacle, compass, GPS






Cockpit from Companionway, table folded. plexi-doors







Drink holder and Cockpit table extended

Deck Gear:
• Stainless steel bow pulpit w/ double rails
• Stainless steel stern rail w/ double rails
• Double lifelines with gates, port & starboard (new 1999), approx. 30” high
Cleats: 2×12” stainless steel bow, 4×12” aluminum midships & 2x amidship, 2x stern
• Bow stemhead fitting, stainless steel with 2×12” stainless steel cleats w/ integral anchor rollers, hawses and tack fitting
• Deck scupper drains, 6x

Features:

• Bow anchor well, double compartments with chain locker below
• Lazarette locker w/ access by (2) large LEWMAR hatches (new in 1997)
• Teak rub rail with stainless steel strikers
• Custom BRISTOL 4” “higher flared teak toe rails”

Ventilation & Light:

LEWMAR deck hatches 2x Lazarette
• LEWMAR deck hatch 1x large Master/Aft Cabin (new 2009)
• LEWMAR deck hatches 2x Main Salon, 1x large Forward Cabin (new Plexiglas 2010)
Solar vents 1x for each aft LEWMAR Lazarette locker hatches (new 2011)
• Opening ports (aluminum framed) 2x Master/Aft Head, 4x Master/Aft Cabin, 1x Nav Station Area, 1x Galley area, 1x Main Salon, 1 x Guest /Forward Head & 2x Guest/Forward Cabin
Portlights 4x aluminum-framed@ Main Salon (new Plexiglas 2011)
• Dorade vents, 2x PERKO stainless steel (new 1999) w/ teak mounting boxes and stainless steel guards
• Main Salon sliding hatch with fiberglass seahood and stainless steel slider rails

Accomodations, General

As a general overview, it should be noted that DESTINY is a superb example of the craft of BRISTOL YACHTS. Her outstanding full satin-varnished (gloss for the trim areas & cabinet doors) teak joinery, and “real” teak and holly cabin sole (just lift up the floorboards and check out the teak thickness. . .and the real holly inserts!) are not currently replicated in the modern marketplace. Check out the dovetail joints for the cabinetry.

DESTINY is a solid, well-maintained yacht that has had only three owners since “day one”. She underwent a general refit in 1999 that brought her back to the Bristol condition she deserved and has been maintained and upgraded by the current owners. DESTINY is currently in Fort Pierce, Florida. She has been lived aboard for the last 4 years in the Med (shipped from St. Thomas to Genoa, IT in April, 2009) so is completely set up for comfortable, liveaboard, world-wide cruising.

Generously proportioned throughout with at least 6’8” or so of headroom DESTINY can easily accommodate taller sailors as well as those who just want the feeling of “more room” and the resultant light and space below.

Accomodations, Master Cabin & Head

DESTINY has a custom Aft-Cabin configuration. To starboard, there is a nice Queen-size berth and to port there is a comfortable upholstered settee.

Queen berth in Master Cabin has plenty of headroom; note full length mirror on inside of head door.

Port side settee has storage under

Excellent storage space is provided on the port side by a large hanging locker and a built-in set of drawers. A small shelf on the starboard side stores bedside essentials. In addition, there is storage space beneath the berth and settee as well as easy access to such essential ship’s equipment as the autopilot, battery charger, batteries, inverter, water heater, shaft seal, bilge pump and steering gear. Another nice touch is a removable plexi “mini-leeboard” for the portside settee that’s handy for keeping loose gear securely in place while underway.

Master Cabin hanging locker & drawers on port

There is a separate control panel for the reverse-cycle heat & airconditioning system along with a HELLA fan, to provide comfort in all climate conditions.

The large Master/Aft cabin berth is upholstered in a neutral beige cotton material. The opposite settee has neutral stain resistant ULTRASUEDE fabric (new in 2011).

Second view of settee in Master Cabin

The Master Head is private and ensuite to the Master Cabin. It features a Corian countertop with integral sink and PFISTER faucet set (new in 1999). There is a full separate stall shower with tile/teak floor and teak seat. A large storage area is behind a door outboard of the shower. The shower fixtures provide a constant water temperature and it has a multi-flow showerhead (new in 2008). The RARITAN electric head, including all related plumbing, along with a 25 US Gallon holding tank and discharge pump were installed in 1999.

Master Cabin Head w/ stall shower

Master Cabin Head, Corian sink & cabinets

Accommodations, Main Salon

DESTINY’s Main Salon is located amidships, as typical of center cockpit designs, and the overall quality and effect of the outstanding teak joinery becomes immediately apparent upon inspection. The satin-varnish finish (gloss for trim areas and doors) and the varnished teak and holly cabin sole give a nice rich & warm feel to this traditionally-styled yacht.

On the port side, there is an L-shaped settee with a drop leaf dining table (varnished teak, of course, with hidden bottle storage) that easily converts into a double berth. Between the L-shaped settee and the Nav Station is the large freezer unit and above it a dedicated liquor storage cabinet. To starboard, there is a straight settee that pulls out to become a comfortable single berth (with lee cloth if needed). There is excellent storage above, behind and underneath the settees on both sides, as well as a sizeable hanging locker with shelf space in the rear that is located forward of the straight settee on the starboard side.

Main salon, table folded

L-shaped settee port side Main Salon

Main Salon set for dinner for 6

Freezer unit below, liquor cabinet above to port in front of Nav Station

In 1999 all the upholstery in the Main Salon was replaced with a high quality ULTRASUEDE removable covers in light beige color. The ULTRASUEDE is highly stain resistant and WASHABLE, as are the Salon curtains which were new in 1999 as well. The Main Salon has 12V lighting on dimmers and 110V lighting. The smoked plexi-glass port lights were new in 2011.

There is a separate control panel for the reverse-cycle heat & airconditioning system, along with a HELLA fan, to provide comfort in all climate conditions.

Accommodations, Nav Station

The rear-facing Nav Station is also generously-sized, and has navy blue leather-like upholstery (new in 2011) . It is located just aft of the Main Salon port side L-shaped settee.

Nav Station, book shelf

Instrument panel opposite Nav Station

All the electronics are nicely installed in the matte-black finish panel façade (new 1999). The lift-up chart table houses a storage area for a computer keyboard and additional storage is conveniently provided in an adjacent book shelf and compartment.

A short passage leading aft to the Master Cabin provides good access to the electrical panel as well as the engine and generator space. There are custom “lift off” doors that facilitate ease of entry.

Passage to Master Cabin, Nav Station to port

Galley

The Galley is located to starboard at the foot of the companionway and aft of the Main Salon, and is of the “U” shaped “wraparound” style.
The Galley was completely rebuilt in 1999. At that time, the standard Formica countertops were replaced with MONTEBLANC Corian and a new stainless steel double sink installed. Complementing the ample BRISTOL storage capabilities “as built”, a custom teak cabinet was constructed to hold the Galley china, glassware and silverware.

U-shaped Galley with double sink & Corian countertops

4-burner Stainless steel stove & oven. . .

with custom Corian countertop for more useable space.

Built-in microwave oven & custom teak glass holder

Refrigerator has both front loading door and two top openings; top cabinet has built-in storage for dishes.

In 2009 a new Seafrost 12V evaporation plate refrigeration and freezer was installed, including new lights and thermostats.

• Stove/oven FORCE 10 (4) burner stainless steel, gimbaled (new 1999)
Propane tanks, 2×20#, located in a vented locker aft
• GE Turntable Microwave oven (new 2008)
• Sinks, 2x stainless steel (new 1999)
• Removable head faucet (new 2012)
• Soap dispenser
• Foot-pumps, fresh & salt water (new 1999)
• Spouts at sink for FW & SW (new 1999)


Accommodations, Guest Cabin & Head

DESTINY’S Guest (Forward) Cabin features a very large “V” berth and a filler piece that expands it even further. The insert is conveniently stored in a special overhead rack.

Forward Guest Cabin

Excellent storage space is provided by the area beneath the berth itself as well as the adjacent hanging lockers (one on each side of the cabin) drawers and cabinets. Access to the chain locker is via a special panel in the forward transverse bulkhead.

Closed storage over berth both sides

Port side hanging locker and drawers under mirrors same on starboard; AC unit for forward cabin is on port also.

The Guest/Forward “V” berth is upholstered in removable light blue ULTRASUEDE covers (new 2008) that are stain resistant and WASHABLE.

There is a separate control panel for the reverse-cycle heat & airconditioning system along with a HELLA fan, to provide comfort in all climate conditions.

The Guest/Forward is on the port side ensuite to the Guest/Forward Cabin and has a second access door from the Main Salon. As with the Main Salon it has a CORIAN countertop with integral sink as well as PFISTER faucet set (new in 1999).

Forward head has hand held shower, tile & teak floor and lots of storage. . .

The head is equipped with a VACUFLUSH electric fresh water head (new 2000) and all related plumbing including a 25 US Gallon holding tank and discharge pump. There is a hand held shower and shower curtain rod.

Forward head has doors from both forward and main cabins and a large oval wall mounted mirror

Spars, Sails, Rigging & Winches

DESTINY is outfitted with the optional aluminum HOOD “Stowaway” roller-furling mainsail management system that has the optional electric actuating system with the standard manual (backup) capability. The mast and boom were Awlgripped white in 1999. There is a single set of spreaders and the standing rigging 1z19 stainless steel wire with Stayloc fittings (new in 2008).

Rig Dimensions (standard rig, approx. the same for the installed HOOD spar): “I”=56’, “P”=50’, “E”=”18’ & “J” = 18.5’

Sails:

Mainsail, cruising (NORTH, Dacron, new 1999)
Genoa, 120% cruising (NORTH, new 1999)
• Genneker, undersized for easy handling (NORTH, new 2008)
• Storm main, Dacron (new 2007)
Storm jib, (new 2007)

It's a BRISTOL day when the sails are full. . .

but wing-on-wing. . .

and the genneker come in handy. . .

for light air sailing in the Med. Make 6 kts. in 10 kts. wind at 270 true.

Note: Extensive inventory of older, backup and delivery, sails stored in the US and available to the Buyer for cost of packing and shipping.

Rigging, standing:

• 1 x 19 Stainless steel wire standing rigging with Stayloc turnbuckles (new 2008)

Rigging, running

• Internal halyards (new 2008)
• Main halyard





Good rigging is essential for these kinds of passages--Caribbean 1500, 2008



Winches (LEWMAR):

• 2xL46 STC 2-speed Genoa sheet
• 1xL46 STC 2-speed Mainsheet
• 1xL46 STC 2-speed Mainsheet/Outhaul
• 1xL46 C 2-speed Halyard (on mast)
• 1xL40 C 2-speed Halyard (on mast)
• 1 x MERRIMAN C/B reel friction winch for centerboard operations
• Portable Electric “Roto Winch” 28.8V Nicad (new 2008)

Big LEWMAR winches are valuable in these seas (Caribbean 1500, 2008)

Sail Management:

• HOOD Stowaway spar & boom system, electric/manual, roller furling for mainsail (painted Awlgrip white in 1999)
• Tapered spreaders (1 set)
• PROFURL roller-furling for headsails (rebuilt 2008)
HARKEN “Quick Vang”, mechanical
• NAVTEC hydraulic backstay adjuster (rebuilt 2008)
HARKEN mainsheet traveler, adjustable with cross-hauls
• Whisker pole (mounted on mast)
• Genoa tracks, MERRIMAN “T’ 1.25”, dual inboard-outboard, port & starboard
• SCHAEFFER Series stainless steel turning blocks
• Jib/Genoa halyard (new 2008)
Spinnaker halyard (new 2008)
• Mainsheet
• Mainsail outhaul (new 2008)
• Flag halyards port & starboard run through padeyes fixed to underside of spreaders

Electronics

DESTINY is outfitted with a comprehensive and upgraded performance and navigation electronics system.

Communication:
VHF radio, ICOM 540 (new 2010)
• Copper ground plate bonded into the hull for SSB operations
• Backstay antenna, insulated for SSB operations
ICOM 700 Single Side Band Radio (2008, reconditioned)
Globalstar SAT Phone (new 2008)

Navigation:
NOBELTEC radar & chartplotter system with display at Nav Station or flat screen display visible from companionway
• Dell laptop computer with Nimblenavigator with CM93 charts of the world, integrated GPS tracking and AIS; also Open CPN
• Radome, 2KW (new 2005)
NOBELTEC Visual Series navigation software with detailed charts of US East Coast and planning charts of the world (new 2005)
GARMIN 126 GPS, mounted at Nav Station
• 2 GARMIN 76 Portable GPS, one mounted at Binnacle and one backup
• Computer monitor, OCEAN PC ultra-bright at Nav Station
AIS (receive only) with separate VHF antenna on mast
• Nimblenavigator & Open CPN charting software with charts of the world

Performance & navigation:
RAYMARINE ST-60 SPEED (w/log) DEPTH & WIND (AWI/WS) System (new 2006) Note: 3 ST-60 cockpit area display mounted in instrument console in companionway
• DEPTH/WIND/SPEED (1) ST-60 “Multi” repeater at the Nav Station
RAYMARINE SG3 Autopilot with seatalk network and cockpit display (new 2008)
Compass at binnacle, RITCHIE 6” w/ stainless steel hood, removable (reconditioned 2008)
• RAYMARINE wireless autopilot remote (new 2008)

Entertainment:
• 17” LCD Display for NAV & Video/TV
• Multi-directional antenna
• SONY AM/FM stereo cassette player with (10) CD changer (new 1999)
• Stereo speakers (new 1999) are mounted in Main Salon (2), Aft Cabin (2) and Cockpit area (2) in the dedicated instrument console over the companionway
• Shoreside connections for cable TV and telephone (new 1999) and TV cable (new 2008)
• DYTEC water temperature gauge at Nav Station

Electrical

DESTINY has both a 12VDC and 110V interior power system, a 12V to 110, 1800 wattan inverter, a genset and a 220 to 110 shore power transformer. The shore power system is portable and has 120 ft. of cord and various shore power plugs for both Int’l (220V) and US (110V) dock connections.

Power Generation:
• 120 VAC, with 2 x 30 AH HUBBELL deck fittings (for Ship’s Service Airconditioning), mounted port side aft, and 2 x 50’ AH service cords
Diesel generator, WESTERBEKE 8 KW AC with sound shield (approx. 3,500 hrs.)
• Engine alternators, 2×55 AH

Batteries:
• House/Utility, TROJAN T-105 high capacity, deep cycle 6 Volt (3 sets of 2) VDC connected in parallel for 12 VDC capability; total AMP hrs. 660 (new 2011)
• Engine start and Bow Thruster, 2×12 VDC (new 2010)
• Generator start, 1 x 12 VDC Deep Cycle (new 2008)

Power Management:
• MASTERVOLT 120V/240V, 100 AMP, 3-cycle battery charger with remote on instrument panel (2009)
PROSINE inverter, 1800 watt, w/remote panel at Nav Station (new 1999)
• HEART 200 battery condition monitor
• AC panel, BASS 120 VAC w/master & (11) VAC individual circuit breakers with volt and amp meters
• DC panel, BASS 12 VDC w/master & (33) individual circuit breakers w/volt & amp meters
• Battery isolator
• Parallel switch for emergency engine start capability

Lighting, interior:
• Lighting, incandescent and fluorescent fixtures, dome lights & bulkhead mounted lights throughout where appropriate
• Lighting, indirect via recessed tube lights under overhead teak cabinetry & trim in Main Salon, Nav Station, Galley, Aft Master Cabin and Guest/Forward Cabin
• Courtesy lights, red throughout

Lighting, exterior
• Tri-color masthead (new 1999)
• Navigation lights

Miscellaneous:
• Outlets, 2 x 12V cigarette lighter (1 interior, 1 exterior)
• Outlets, (7) 2 plug 120v (interior)
• HELLA interior fans, 1x Aft Cabin, 1x Forward Cabin, 1x Main Salon
• Vessel fully grounded

DESTINY has the optional fuel & water capacity upgrades provided by the Builder, BRISTOL YACHTS at time of construction.

Mechanical:
• WESTERBEKE 70 FWC diesel engine w/2:1 Short Profile sailing transmission
• “Wet” water lift muffler system
• MAXPROP (3) blade feathering propeller
Oil & Water alarms
• “Quick Change” engine oil pump
• Extensive spare parts inventory
• Lead-lined insulation in engine/generator compartment
• Vented engine room compartment w/2×4” vents, deck-mounted

Maintenance & upgrades (1999-2000 unless otherwise indicated)
• 1.25” propeller shaft, stainless steel (vs. standard bronze)
• PSS dripless shaft seal
• Engine mounts
• Main engine start motor (new 2008)
Salt water & fresh water pumps on both Generator & Main Engine (2010 & 2011 respectively)

Systems:
• Reverse-cycle heat & air-conditioning, CRUISAIR, w/ (3) zone controls in Aft Cabin, Forward Cabin & Main Salon
Refrigeration (2) SEAFROST 12V Evaporation Plate Refrigerator/Freezer and compressors for each (new 2008)
• SLIEPNER “Sidepower” electric bow-thruster (new 1999)
• Anchor windlass, 1500 Watt LOFRENS (new 2011) mounted on aft section of stainless steel bow stemhead fitting
• IDEAL main breaker switch for windlass mounted in Main Salon under the companionway

Plumbing:
• Fresh water tanks, stainless & total 240 US Gallons: 1x 100 US Gallons forward, 1x 60 US Gallons amidship starboard, and 1x 80 US Gallons amdiship port under Main Salon cabin sole

• Dockside fresh water supply hookup
• 20-Gallon Hot water tank, 120VAC and heat exchanger from the main engine
• Hot & cold pressure water system
• SHUR-FLOW variable spd. Fresh water pump (new 2011)
• Deck wash down pump on foredeck, salt water (new 1999)
Shower sump pumps (new 1999)
• Hoses, all “salt” and “freshwater”
• “Gray water” independent sump pump for both Aft & Forward Heads, sinks & showers
Bilge pump, 1x EDSON Whale manual (2007)
• Automatic electric Bilge pumps, 1x deep bilge (2008) + 2 shallow bilge
• Fresh water faucet & hose, aft deck
• Deck plates (fwd to aft, port side): “waste”, “water” & “fuel”
• Deck plates (fwd to aft, starboard side): “waste”, “water” & “fuel”

Heads:
• Forward Head: VACUFLUSH FW electric w/all related plumbing and a 25 US-gallon holding tank and tank discharge pump (new in 2000)
• Aft. Head: RARITAN electric head with all related plumbing and 25 US-gallon holding tank and electric tank discharge pump (new 1999)

Fuel:
• Fuel tankage, stainless steel 150 US-gallons (2x 50 gallons, 2x 25 gallons).
RACOR primary engine fuel filter
• HART SYSTEMS “Tank Tender” fuel quantity monitoring system

Additional:

Ground tackle:
• BRUCE Anchor, 30 Kilo/70# w/250 ft. 10mm galvanized chain (new 2009) w/200’ nylon rode
• DANFORTH Anchor, 35# w/300’ nylon rode

Safety:
• SWILITK (SOLAS) (6) person liferaft (new 2007) with tiedowns and 4x stainless steel padeyes amidships
• USCG & SOLAS-required safety gear
• Fire extinguishers, (3) manual


Canvas & cushions:
Dodger (new 2008), with zip-out front section, oyster SUNBRELLA with stainless steel bows and integral grab rail
Bimini w/ side enclosures (new 2008), oyster SUNBRELLA w/ stainless steel bows
• Binnacle/wheel cover, oyster SUNBRELLA
• Cockpit cushions, white w/blue piping (covers new 2011)
• Cockpit sun cover, white waterproof vinyl
• Moveable roll down sun shade
• Custom-made Hatch cover (keeps rain out but lets air in) for Master Cabin Lewmar hatch.

Misc. Included:
Avon Rover Hypalon Rib, 10.5 ft (2005) w/ 9.9 2-stroke Mercury engine (1996) ; 2 fuel tanks
• Fenders (9) with covers
• Fold-down teak-framed screens for all deck hatches
Emergency tiller
Dinghy davits, stainless steel (new 2007)
• Swim ladder, fold-down stainless steel and teak which doubles as a passerelle
• Boat hook
• WINDEX
• Flag jackstaff
• MAGNA Stainless Steel Gas Grill w/cover
MOB pole, Life Sling, Horseshoe bouy, throw line and strobe
• Dishes/utensils/flatware
• Glassware
• Pots & pans
• Fitted sheets for Master Cabin berth
• Fitted POLARTEC blanket for Master Cabin berth
• Misc. towels
• Pillows/Shams (except as indicated)
• Toaster
• Coffee maker
• Coffee grinder


Stern rails, gas grill, dinghy davits & MOB pole

Exclusions
• Personal items, including clock & barometer on Main Cabin bulkhead
weather gear">Foul weather gear
• Art & Oriental rugs
• Greek decorative pillows
• Anything not specifically included above

DESTINY is offered by the owners AS IS, WHERE IS and is currently in South Florida. DESTINY is a USCG documented vessel, No. 684695. There are no liens on the boat which is confirmed on the Documentation, a copy of which can be provided.
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Re: BRISTOL 45.5 DESTINY avail. for viewing in South FL

Thanks, Cormorant for the clarification. In addition to the specs you provided there are numerous recent pictures of Destiny at http://www.saildestiny.com/?page_id=3684
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