NATICA, the 108' Broward, 1993, sleeps 8 in 4 staterooms. There are 4 owner and guest staterooms including 3 guest heads and 3 guest showers. Crew accommodations include 4 berths, 2 heads and 2 showers. The Captain's quarters are separate. Builder/Designer Builder: Broward Designer: Broward Dimensions LOA: 108' Beam: 20' Draft: 6' 3" Engines Engine(s): Detroit Diesel Engine(s) HP: 1350 Engine Model: 16V92 TA Hours: 120 Cruising Speed: 20 knots Max Speed: 24 knots Tankage Fuel: 9,000 gallons Water: 1,000 gallons Accommodations The custom decor with ash paneling and darker wood built-ins and furniture includes luxurious furnishings and special lighting throughout. The spacious salon has a large comfortable seating area and a complete entertainment center. Formal dining is forward around a dark mahogony circular table that can seat (8). Access to the guest accommodations is provided by two winding staircases from the salon. Visualize yourself sitting comfortably on the couch or large chairs while the room is filled with music from the full entertainment center. When your guests arrive, beverages are served from the wetbar at the forward end of the salon. The full service bar includes glass storage, sink, under-counter refrigerator and Scotsman incemaker. When it is time for dinner, the elegant formal open dining room with special overhead lighting is in the forward section of the salon with seating for six to eight. There is a custom TV/entertainment center cabinet on the starboard side of the saloon. MASTER STATEROOM: Located amidship with custom decor, king-size bed, his and her heads with adjoining fully glass enclosed Jacuzzi tub and shower, bidet, beveled mirrors, entertainment cabinet with 24" TV/VCR/Stereo/CD, cedar-lined walk-in closet, vanity, desk and sitting area. "Her" arrangement has bidet and separate make-up area. GUEST STATEROOM:Located forward of the engine room with twin lower berths, ensuite bath and entertainment center with TV, stereo, VCR. GUEST STATEROOM: Located aft of the engine room and accessed via a separate stairwell. Twin lower berths, ensuite head and entertainment center with TV, stereo, VCR. GUEST STATEROOM: Also located aft of the engine room, with queen berth, ensuite head and entertainment center with TV, stereo, VCR. CREW QUARTERS: Located forward with private access from the galley. The Captain's cabin is large with double and single berths. The second crew cabin is all the way forward with large V-berths. GALLEY Dishwasher (2) Stackable washer/dryer Garbage disposal Scotsman icemaker G.E. icemaker G.E. refrigerator/freezer Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer (2) deep freezes Jenn Air 4-burner electric stove with oven Water heater Pressure and dockside water system Trash compactor All the way forward on the main deck past the entry to the wheelhouse is the fully equipped gourmet galley, approximately 12' X 15' and highly customized with stylish and modern appliances. Custom features include simulated wood floors, white ash woodwork, built-in lockers with overhead hanging TV/VCR on swivel mount and a full walk-around center island that is unencumbered by upper cabinets, giving a very open and airy feeling. Informal meals can be enjoyed in the dining area with built-in seating. Corian tabletop and (3) upholstered chairs. Electronics Raytheon R71 48-mile radar Raytheon Raychart 610 color integrated navigation system Raytheon NCR-300A NAVTEX receiver Raytheon Ray 420 hailer with horn (2) Celwave cell - 12 cell, antenna Javeline CCTV monitoring system (engine room and aft deck) (2) Rudder angle indicators B&G Hydra 330 cruise pack system Raytheon RAY 152 SSB radio (2) Whip antenna for NAVTEX/Furuno Telephone system with 6 lines, 16 stations and intercom Fluxgate compass Raytheon V-820 color video sounder Anritsu 96-mile color radar (wheelhouse) (2) Raytheon Ray-90 VHF radios (2) Shakespeare 390 23' SSB antenna (2) Motorola Nautilus 290 cell phones Raytheon autopilot PT-50 with remote and GPS interface (2) Raytheon RAY-590 GPS Raytheon Jax-9 weatherfax receiver (2) Shakespeare 4018 10' VHF antenna Weatherfax NERA Mini M satphone Compacq Presario computer in pilothouse with Maptec CD-ROM charts and (2) 15" monitors, wireless keyboard and mouse Northstar 951X DGPS plotter Furuno GP-36 GPS Seatel TAC 92 self-tracking dish antenna TV receiver and 1 meter dish with (2) Direct TV receivers (master and saloon) (6) TV's CD/Stereo (6) Video recorders Electrical System (4) Batteries (3) Automatic 12V battery chargers (1) 24V automatic battery charger Dockside electrical cables (2) Kohler 45 KW generators with approximately 4,000 hours 12V DC electrical system 110V/220V AC electrical system 12V emergency lighting in saloon, all staterooms, galley and engine room Port generator has power takeoff with clutch to run bow thruster Deck & Hull Hull color is white and before the last paint job the pilothouse and forward saloon windows were removed and resealed. At this time a new watertight cockpit hatch, was installed, upgrading the original Broward version. Anchor Bimini top Coast Guard safety package EHydraulic eectric dinghy davits Fenders and lines (12) Life jackets Navigation lights Electric search light Spreader lights Swim platform Swim ladder Electric windlass Windshield washer and wipers Jenn Aire electric grill in cockpit Air-conditioned aft deck (2 air handlers) AFT DECK: All the way aft is the air-conditioned and semi-enclosed aft deck with dining area and the spacious cockpit which makes this vessel appealing to the diving and fishing yachtsman. The aft deck has hard side enclosures with sliding windows and a soft enclosure aft. Twin air-conditioning units keep this area comfortable or it can be opened up for alfresco aft deck dining. There is a bench seating for (10) with chairs. The dining area seats (6) to (8) comfortably. COCKPIT: Twin stairs to the cockpit make line handling easy. There re also cockpit controls, two freezers, hot and cold water shower and plenty of storage below the large water tight hatch. Engine and Mechanical (2) Cruise Air chillers 10-ton (10) bilge pumps American bow thruster Pilothouse and flybridge controls (also wing docking controls and wing bow thruster controls) Emergency engine alarm Halon automatic and manual fire extinguishing system Fuel filters Engine fuel shut off valves Holding tank heads Lube oil storage and transfer system Engine block heaters Air Seps Raw water sea strainers (1) Extra stub shaft Naiad stabilizers Hynautique hydraulic steering Engine synchronizersZF transmissions (2) 2000 GPD Sea Recovery watermakers Additional Salesperson's Remarks This beautiful, proven, low-hour Broward has seen light use, good care and many upgrades and is ready for her next owner to cruise the Bahamas or wherever they desire! She is a very fast 100'+ yachat without exotic, expensive to maintain machinery. Her GM 16V92's have never had a breakdown and have proven to be more reliable than her DDEC cousins and have received one complete overhaul by RPM Diesel. She is a proven passage-maker and has cruised to California and back, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Bahamas and New England. Her last long "trip" was Newport, RI to Miami, FL (without stopping for fuel) in 75 hours @ 18-knots cruising speed during the day and 13-knots at night. Rougher sea conditions or a longer trip would, of course, dictate lower cruising speeds. She was built as "VICTORY LANE", under the watchful eye of John Posgay, Construction Consultant and Butch Pliske of Patton Marine, to a higher standard than other Broward's of her day, which is evident in fit and finish throughout. NATICA'S original interior was renovated and updated 3 years ago.