Fort Myers, Florida
“SUP” is an example of American yacht building at its finest. Being one of the few full 24 ft beam Yachts built at Broward Shipbuilding in Ft. Lauderdale, this yacht incorporates modern designs and steadfast engineering. The wide beam maximizes the volume of the interior without giving up space for full walk around decks for crew line handling or just a deck stroll.
The main deck/salon feels very spacious and rivals much larger yachts. It is light and has full ocean views that are attributed to the upgraded oversized windows. The interior finish with the combination of the walnut trim and big windows is truly rich and light. She boasts 4 guest staterooms with private heads and crew quarters for 5. With a newly refurbished galley and a “eat in” country kitchen this is always a focal point of activity on the yacht.
The staterooms give this the quality of the suites in the finest hotels with the ability to change your location daily while be treated like royalty with one on one service. This is due to the ability to carry 2 to 1 crew ratio if you desire this level of service.
The aft deck and fly bridge areas allows guests to enjoy the outdoors with so much space that if one wants to have an “alone moment”, between the bow seating, the aft deck or the fly bridge you can be social or have that moments that make a lifetime of memories.
“SUP” is powered by twin DDEC 16V-92 Detroit diesel engines that provide a cruise speed of 16 knots and a top speed of 20 knots. With her large fuel tanks she has the legs to do the long hauls nonstop that is missing from so many yachts of her size built today. Also with her stabilization fins provide a safe stable ride. Her large water tanks and water maker make her have the ability for that extended stay on the anchor or in remote areas without the constant need to go to the dock for fuel or water. Imaging only fueling one time per season! The yacht is powered by 2- 50 KW Northern Lights generators which were completely rebuilt and the back ends redone in 2019 to give dependable support power.
“SUP” has separate 3 cabins for crew quarters forward and 1 engineer quarters aft so the owner and crew have their private space. Also aft is the toy storage space aft of the engine room for scuba tanks, bikes, fishing gear or any other items you wish to carry aboard. The saying “Happy Crew, Happy Owner” is easily achieved on this yacht due to the space and ease of maintenance of this vessel.
In the words of the current owner, this is What’s “SUP”! See for yourself how much value there is in this proven yacht without the $11,000,000 replacement price tag.
When you pull into the anchorage or marina, your yacht is big enough to go the distance but small enough to get into most places.
Support parts are easy to get when needed (as all are US) and access to all equipment is readily available which is not the case in most non-US built yachts. This your Captain will tell you cuts costs of operation. Plus being a US built hull she can be chartered in the US waters without issues.
“SUP” has so many positive attributes that they are too numerous to list this is truly a must see yacht.
Detroit Diesel DDEC 16V-92
Num of Engines
Fort Myers, Florida
When\n you first enter from the aft via a centerline door or from the aft deck\n or from either port or starboard side sliding doors you will notice the\n amount of open space. The windows occupy 2/3 of the wall to give a full\n ocean view. There are two custom 4 place high gloss dining/card tables \nboth port and starboard all the way aft in the salon. Just forward of \nthis there is a full walk up bar. Forward of this are sofas both port \nand starboard and a 60” Sony 3D TV entertainment center. On both sides \nover above the windows are custom electric wooden blinds. Leaving the \nsalon moving forward to the galley and wheelhouse on the Starboard side \nis a beautiful custom day head with a sink.
The following is a detail of items in the Salon:
Day head to starboard with radius walnut vanity, custom glass sink, custom fixtures, mirrored overhead panels.
The galley can be entered either from the port or starboard side from amidships entry foyers. In this custom fully integrated galley you will find items to include stainless steel appliances, a commercial grade refrigerator/freezer and a large custom quartz center island. To the port the newly refurbished quartz matching counter with ample underneath storage and a smaller refrigerator and ice maker. Forward of this offers an area with seating that is a wrap around country kitchen dining table that can also double as the crew eating station/lounge that can accommodate up to 8. This area is complete with a TV as well and more storage in forward wall over the seating.
Here are the items of the galley:
Two GE stackable washers and dryers (new 8/2013, lower companion way and crew quarters)
The master stateroom is entered down the\n stair well from the starboard side hallway forward of the salon down \nthe staircase then forward through a set of center double doors. This \nstateroom is the full 24\' beam with giving this room a massive feel. On \nthe forward area behind the master bed is a full width his and hers bath\n rooms/head with a shower in between. Just to the aft is the King sized \nbed with custom spreads and concealed lighting. The aft bulkhead \nfeatures an enormous walk in cedar closet on the Port side and a large \nflat screen TV Sony 40” LED TV. The stateroom also feature in suite \ndigital climate control.
In the master the following is included:
This\n guest room has both a single bunk to the inboard wall and a Pullman \nupper bunk that lowers on a hinged swing down with storage below the \nlower bunk. On the out board side is a built in desk with drawers and \nthis room also has a private in suite head and shower complete with a \nsink and mirrored forward wall with drawers underneath and cabinets. The\n room also features a full length cedar hanging locker as well as a \ncolor Flat screen TV on the forward wall. The stateroom also feature in \nsuite digital climate control.
In the stateroom the following is included:
The\n two queen guests staterooms are entered from the center hallway to each\n of these staterooms which feature in suite digital climate control. \nSony 40” LED TV’s with Blue Ray, Apple TV and surround sound. As well as\n full hanging cedar lockers as well as in suite heads with nice large \nshowers and sink/vanity. Each of these rooms including the bath and \nvanity areas feature a light and fresh air feel due to the ample port \nlights. In the stateroom the following is included:
The\n crew quarters are located separate for the owner and guests both \nforward and aft in the ship. Forward down a private staircase past the \ngalley are 3 crew staterooms with a private washer and dryer.
The\n Captain quarters are located forward with a queen berth and private \nhead with a TV, DTV receiver, DVD, stereo, hanging locker, sink, vanity \nand shower. Aft of this is where the two 2 separate crew cabins are, one\n to port and one to starboard. These cabins have hanging lockers, heads,\n TV, DTV receiver, DVD and stereo. They share a shower.
In\n the back of the ship aft of the engine room is Engineers 4th cabin with\n a single berth, TV, DVD with separate head and shower.
In the stateroom, the following is included:
The\n Pilothouse is accessed from deck level on the starboard side hallway \nforward of the salon up five steps. The helm area has a fully integrated\n navigation and communication station. The helm seat is a Stidd helm \nchair that is adjustable and moveable from side to side on tracks in the\n teak and holly sole. There is a chart table to the port for charts \nbooks or placing radios, lap tops or ipads. Aft of the helm seat is \nbuilt in settee lounge with bench seating for guests to be part of the \nadventure. The flybridge is accessed here as well up stairs and through a\n sliding hatch door.
Also included in the Electronics and Nav equipment are the following:
The\n flybridge on this yacht is truly massive and there is seating for all \nguests either in the shaded wrap around seating with tables both port \nand starboard behind the helm seating. (Which can fit 6 at the helm) or \nthe 6 reclining sun lounge seats. All guests can be on the bridge and no\n one feels crowded.
The following electronics and equipment are included on the upper station:
The\n aft deck is one of the main spaces for gathering on the yacht as it has\n a giant Hi/Lo teak table that doubles as an alfresco eating place or a \nplace to just enjoy lounging with friends and family. There is all \nweather settee sectional cushions with cushions with matching chairs \nwith ottomans. Also in this area is an overhead TV for watching golf, \nthe ball game or just a movie outdoors. This area is also were you can \nboard the vessel from either the port or starboard sides via the \ngangway. This is also your access on both port and starboard sides down \nstairwells to the swim platform or Lazarette.
Some of the features additional are the following:
The\n Lazarette is an area features a watertight bulkhead door. In this area \nwhich is very large, you have you’re AC power electrical equipment \ncapable of converting 50 hz to 60 hz power either way for cruising the \nUS or Europe. The engineers state room is located to port with a full \nwork shop with tools to starboard and a very large hanging locker for \ndive/fishing gear.
The yacht has had numerous upgrades throughout her life to include a 3ft swim platform addition; Teak and Holly overhead panels on the aft deck, and all electronics were upgraded in 2009.
In 2010/11 She had a complete paint job in Matterhorn white Awlgrip. Also the interior was stained walnut joinery, new carpet, new soft goods throughout, new custom furnishings, new flat screen TV’s with surround sound theater quality speakers.
In 2013, August, all of the sea chests were completely rebuilt to new condition as well was the anchor windless. Also in 2013 there was a new air compressor and two new sets of washer and dryers both in the guest and crew areas. Anyone who has spent time on board a yacht with full guests knows this is truly a necessity.
This\n vessel has been maintained to the highest standards and it shows. The \nowner looked at many yachts before choosing this one and surveyed it \nwith the maximum oversight. All items that were discovered were \naddressed. The boat although has been in private use, would be an \nexcellent charter vessel. Why pay 11 million for a new one when this \nboat is better constructed than most of what is on the market today and \nis time proven.
Do not miss out on this opportunity.
Contact your broker for a showing.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.