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#7405: 1970 82' Ditmar & Donaldson Flushdeck Pilothouse Motoryacht
Inventory ID: 7405 Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Year:  1970 Length:  82'
Make:  Dittmar & Donaldson Model:  Flushdeck Pilothouse Motor Yacht
Height: N/A Beam: 22'
Draft: 5' Displacement: 139 Gross Tons
Hull Material: Wood HIN: USCG 527855
Engines: Twin 650hp Detroit Diesel 12V71 twelve cylinder diesel engines. Engines appear clean and well maintained. Engines reported in running order.
Transmission: Capitol straight drives.
Generator/Battery: Two Kohler 30R083 25kw four cylinder diesel generators. 9 x 8D's, 2 x 12V.Reportedly in working condition.
Electronics: Wood Freeman 8230 Auto Pilot, Furuno FR711 Radar, Furuno GPS Navigator, Standard VHF, Sea Ranger Depth Sounder, Danforth wind speed indicator, Alden Weather Fax
Ground Tackle: Hydraulic windlass, anchor and rode.
Rigging: Boat also has new protective enclosure surrounding vessel from the port side pilot house and upper deck flybridge to starboard side pilot house.
Head: 4 full heads with separate shower stalls ( one for each cabin) and a half bath on main deck level.
Galley: Large galley includes two Kenmore full size ovens, a 4 burner electric stove top with a stainless range hood, Kenmore side by side refrigerator/freezer with in door ice maker, a dishwasher, and a Samsung microwave oven. The port side state room and forward crew cabin had light smoke damage and the damaged headliner panels, mattresses and soft goods have been removed, possibly thrown away to make room for upgrades, painting and repairs that have begun. The curtains and carpet that remain on the boat are faded, stained and will need cleaning or replacing. There was new Mahogany flooring installed in the galley and the pilot house.
Trailer: Trailer not included.
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: This is a 1970 82' Dittmar & Donaldson Flushdeck Pilothouse Motoryacht that appears to be in various stages of renovation. The upper deck and bridge are huge; the seating has been disassembled and removed for painting. Bridge also has built in refrigerator and separate ice maker. Dingy davits reported in good condition. Vessel reportedly had a fire that appears to have started in the control panel for the stabilizers on the starboard side of the engine room. The fire was an incident that happened in the past and was attended to at that time and all the electrical repairs to the electrical box and wiring are finished. The boat is currently in a state of renovation, clean up from the fire is well underway. The port side state room and forward crew cabin had light smoke damage and the damaged headliner panels, mattresses and soft goods have been removed, possibly thrown away to make room for upgrades, painting and repairs that have begun. Boat has expansive living space, main salon, galley, lower mid stateroom and owner’s stateroom are not damaged. The teak decks are faded; railings and bright work appear in good condition. The curtains and carpet that remain on the boat are faded, stained and will need cleaning or replacing. Main salon is equipped with a fireplace forward, dining area and bar to port forward and a winding companionway to the staterooms port aft. Galley is between main salon and pilot house, wood trim appears in fair condition, and the appliances appear operable. The linoleum floor is discolored, peeling along the edges and the galley sole, (floor), appears to be heat damaged and warped from the fire below. The pilot house is in good condition and well equipped though fairly outdated. Boat also has new protective enclosure surrounding vessel from the port side pilot house and upper deck fly bridge to starboard side pilot house. Mid stateroom is full beam with twin beds on each side and head with shower. Owners stateroom is also full beam with king bed center, built in cabinetry to port and full head with shower. Forward port side stateroom has two twin beds and head with shower. Forward crew cabin has four bunks and head with shower. Vessel is powered by twin 650hp Detroit Diesel 12V71 twelve cylinder diesel engines. Engines reported to run, appear clean and well maintained. LOA 83'. No trailer included with this vessel. New Information : There were two coats of primer and three coats of Peditt roll and tip paint added. Bow stringers were sistered, glassed and sealed. There were over 200’ of boards replaced on haul. All railing bright work was redone. There was new Mahogany flooring installed in the galley and the pilot house. Extensive electrical wiring was replaced. New hot water heater was installed. Galley down stateroom is well on the way of being redone. All new vinyl for ceiling on board and ready to be installed – this is needed in three staterooms and one hallway. New batteries were installed. There is a new mesh cover for around the upper deck as well as complete new canvas covers for both sides and rear of main deck.

Florida residents please apply 6% state sales tax. Storage charges will accrue after the 10 day grace period. Loading fees will apply.

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