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Old 10-06-2020, 14:22   #1
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1987 Symbol Spoiler in Puerto Escondido, Mexico

1987 Symbol Spoiler US$ 109,000
Located in Puerto Escondido, B.C.S., Mexico

Meticulously maintained and completely updated and outfitted for cruising throughout Mexico and the Sea of Cortez. Top of the line electronics, solar panels, inverter, water maker, vacuflush heads, central air & heat, 52" plasma TV with surround sound, additional outdoor galley, Silestone quartz countertops, on demand water heater, teak and holly cabin sole, 12 foot dinghy & davit and so much more to be listed in the specifics of each category. A truly spectacular boat throughout!

Dimensions:
LOA: 50 ft 3 in
Beam: 15 ft 2 in

Engines and Propulsion
Twin Turbo 3208 Caterpillar 375hp mains - engine hours: 1630
Port and Starboard 100 amp custom built alternator in 2011; two 45 amp spares
Seawater pumps plus operational prior pumps as spares
dual station Morse engine controls with lead/slave function and Teleflex hydraulic steering system
800 gallons of fuel in three tanks


Exterior Hull and Decks
Planing fiberglass hull
fiberglass deck, cabin and fly ridge with non-skid pattern on all decks
Brower Systems 1000 lb capacity crane on foredeck
Stainless Steel stanchions with ¼” stainless pipe rails
Bomar hatches and stainless steel ports
Tempress swivel captain's chair at fly bridge helm
Synthetic, grated swim platform with stainless swim ladder and freshwater shower
Ladder with non-skid treads and stainless supports and handrails to aft deck
Covered aft deck with aluminum frame indoor/outdoor wicker loveseat, coffee table and two chairs

Anchoring
Maxwell 3000 12v electric windlass
Bruce 50kg (110lb) anchor
400ft 3/8" anchor chain
Fiberglass non-skid anchor platform
12v freshwater wash down pump at bow

Tender
Livingston 12 ft fiberglass dinghy (2013) with 25 hp Yamaha outboard (2009)
Weaver Snap-Davits attach boat to swim platform when dinghy is in the water
Crane lifts dinghy with outboard in place onto foredeck to sit in chocks

Electrical and Plumbing
110/220V AC system with 50 amp shore power supply and 12v DC system
15 Kilowatt Onan genset, 50 amp battery charger
Four Kyocera 230 watt solar panels with Outback Flexmar solar controller
Heart Interface Freedom 25 Inverter (2500w) / Charger (100 amp) with Link 2000 control units
Eighteen golf cart batteries (house and starting bank)
Two 8D starting batteries (new 2019)
160 gallons of water in two tanks
Spectra Ventura 6 GPS
12v water maker (Clark pump serviced and new primary pump)
45 gallon holding tank with macerator

Electronics and Navigation
Raymarine C120 display integrated electronics with chartplotter, 72 mile radar and depth sounder
Robertson AP200DL autopilot (control head new 2014) with rudder-angle indicator
Standard Horizon Quantum GX5500S VHF radio on flybridge (new 2014) and RAM Mike at inside helm (new 2012) with two Shakespeare antennas
Two compasses inside steering station and flybridge
Shakespeare SeaWatch TV antenna
Sony CD/AM/FM deck 12v stereo on flybridge
Shakespeare with speakers on FB and aft deck

Interior
Teak and holly cabin sole throughout
Cruisair two zone heating and cooling system

Main Saloon
Zenith plasma 52” TV (new 2011)
Paramax surround sound system and Toshiba DVD player
Avanti wine cooler
Bar sink
Brass Seth Thomas clock and Barometer

Galley (starboard side)
Silestone “Rainforest” Quartz countertop
Deep doube stainless steel sink
Five gallon propane tanks in compartment on flybridge
Norcold 110v/12v refrigerator with top freezer
Magma Monterey rectangular gas barbecue grill on flybridge with dedicated horizontal aluminum propane tank
U-shaped banquette on port side with storage underneath, ostrich skin patterned vinyl cushions
Teak table with stainless, adjustable height base

Master Stateroom and Aft Head
Queen size walk around berth with custom pillow top innerspring mattress
Lighted vanity with under counter sink
Two teak hanging lockers, three drawers and two lockers with shelves
Tub/Shower with sliding doors and on demand propane water heater, also electric water heater

Forward Staterooms and Head
Two identical statercoms, each containing an upper and lower bunk with three drawers
Nightstand next to bottom bunk and small hanging locker with shelves
Doors aft lead to galley and doors forward into the head
Forward head is on center line with counters and cabinets on either side and large hatch above
Sink is on the port side as well as a faucet with nozzle for showers. Floor is teak grating

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