103' Westship Sportfish Yacht 2003



Boca Raton, Florida

SVENGALI is a large and comfortable Enclosed Flybridge Sportfish Yacht which is well suited as a cruising vessel as well as being capable of the tournament circuit. She was built in Tampa, Florida by Westship World Yachts and designed by Jack Sarin. The vessel has benefited from an extensive refit that started in mid-2014 and continued into early 2015 that was coordinated by a knowledgeable captain and a detail oriented boat owner.

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Gilman Yachts of Ft. Lauderdale, Inc.. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

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SVENGALI is a large and comfortable Enclosed Flybridge Sportfish Yacht which is well suited as a cruising vessel as well as being capable of the tournament circuit. She was built in Tampa, Florida by Westship World Yachts and designed by Jack Sarin. The vessel has benefited from an extensive refit that started in mid-2014 and continued into early 2015 that was coordinated by a knowledgeable captain and a detail oriented boat owner. The interior design is spacious yet practical and the cabin woodwork is American Cherry with the salon featuring a nice full size bar area in addition to a comfortable fine leather sofa with cocktail table and a designer upholstered chair. The forward bulkhead has a large framed art piece, which with a switch flip the canvas raises to uncover a 60’ HD Samsung smart TV. There is an I-pad to control the A/V options, sound system, and lighting. The entire salon and flybridge sole is beautiful wood flooring with marble accent landings and inlays. Multiple levels of lighting and attractive pleated blinds on the deckhouse windows enhance the atmosphere. Next moving forward is a curved stairway to the flybridge and across from it entry door to the dayhead which has fine yacht quality fixtures and detail. SVENGALI’s 24 foot beam is fully realized in this spacious and attractive salon area.

Moving further forward to port is a yacht sized galley which has a unique option to be separated from the full dining area featuring a designer glass table to starboard (there are removable wall panels and a pocket door) or opened for a more casual effect.  The stainless steel, wood, and glass table has 6 leather chairs surrounding, but has seated 8. Just forward is an art display hutch with a glass sculpture. This hutch can slide out with a release pin and behind is a printer/fax/scanner and various office supplies. To the starboard side are the stairs curving down to the stateroom companionway. At the marble tiled lower landing the master stateroom is aft and has double opening doors. A King berth is facing forward centerline with padded headboard, built-in nightstands, and attractive wall sconces above. To the portside is a vanity desk with fold up lighted make-up mirror flanked by dresser cabinets to either side. Natural light comes in from the two hull side portlights which are treated with sliding shoji screens. Just forward to port is a walk-in, cedar lined closet, followed by a wall mounted 40 inch Samsung HD video screen again with I-pad control. To the starboard side of the stateroom sliding pocket doors open to the marble master head with opaque glass shower stall in the center and his and hers sink vanities and heads to either side. Again the level of detail of the fixtures and finishes here are beautiful and of high-end yacht standard.

Moving back to the companionway there is a closet with split opening doors that has a stacked Whirlpool washer and dryer. Even here there is detail with the curled wood moldings leading down the hallway. Further forward are two nearly identical staterooms to either side both with split twin berths and a nightstand between. These roomy staterooms have ensuite marble heads with vanities, showers, cedar lined closets and HD flat panel TVs. All the way forward is the VIP stateroom with a raised centerline queen berth surrounded by beautiful wood cabinetry and wood flooring. This stateroom has a vanity desk with fold up mirror as well as the cedar lined closet, roomy ensuite marble head, and HD flat panel TV. In this as in the other staterooms the portlights have shoji screen treatments.

Moving back to the Galley area there is enormous counter space and a pantry closet, brushed stainless front, full sized appliances including a full oven, Bosch stove top with sea rails, and dishwasher. To the aft corner of the galley is a stairway down to the crew quarters with a pocket door that can close off the passageway. Down below there are two staterooms and a large well appointed head. One stateroom has upper lower full size berths plus a desk area with the ships systems reference library. There is also a closet, drawers, and a wall-mounted Samsung HD flat panel TV. The other stateroom has a double berth, TV, plus an extra Pullman berth that can fold down from above if needed. These staterooms are nicely finished with good storage, cabinet and drawers. In the central area between the staterooms there is a closet with another stacked washer dryer unit and a general storage closet, plus entry door to the engine room. The crew can exit the boat through the engine room to the cockpit if the salon is in use.

The exterior areas of this yacht are also exceptional with fresh teak deck from the mid-ships side decks to the transom and also on the flybridge aft as well. There is a large aft deck area behind the salon with an electric automatic opening, stainless and glass sliding door. A beautiful rectangular teak table with inlayed coordinated accent rings. There are 6 deluxe varnished teak folding chairs with Navy and White cushions. In the forward port corner of the aft deck overhead is a drop down compartment with a HD flat panel TV. Under the cover to the fiberglass cabinet is a new Jenn-Aire electric grill. To the starboard side are teak stairs leading to the flybridge aft. To the outboard sides of the Aft Deck there are boarding gates and teak stairways with wide gradual steps from either side leading down to the large cockpit deck bordered by thick single piece teak cover boards. In the center of the cockpit at the transom is a top opening live well with window to the cockpit and internal light. The centerpiece of the cockpit is the full Murray Brothers fighting chair painted in coordination with the boat colors and in perfect condition. In the portside fiberglass tackle center is another large stainless BBQ grill, this one is gas and mounted in a thick wood butcher-block countertop. Centerline is a two part hatch opening to the engine electrical and pump room and moving further into the engine room or beyond to the crew quarters.

Moving up two levels to the Enclosed Flybridge, the helm area is all the way forward and features an impressive array of equipment including four 15’ Nav Screens, plus a fifth monitor with ships systems. There are two large chrome Stidd helm chairs attractively appointed with brown glove leatherette and while piping detail. The striking wood sole from down below in the salon is carried on throughout the bridge. Aft to starboard is another comfortable fine leather L-shaped settee with large ottoman which can double as a cocktail table with a coordinated tray on top of it. To the portside behind the helm chairs is a wood console with a pop-up lift supporting a 50’ Samsung HD flat-panel TV. Further aft to the portside is a Blue/White marble topped bar counter with a polished brass circular sink and designer faucet. Below is a Scotsman Icemaker and a glass front drink refrigerator. The spaciousness and luxury level of this flybridge essentially provides another salon space, nothing like your typical sportfish bridge. Further aft there is a stainless and glass electric opening sliding door to the flybridge aft deck. Here there is a cocktail table and two teak folding chairs (same as lower aft deck) with a drop-down panel from the portside overhead with a flat-panel TV. The rest of the area is currently used as an exercise area with professional quality treadmill and stationary bike. On the aft starboard corner of this deck is a fiberglass console on a pedestal which opens to a set of engine controls for backing down or docking. The overhead coach cover is shorter on this deck, so there is a parachute canvas awning secured here. To either side the tuna tower legs have ladder steps up to the tower helm station where there is a bench seat and backrest wide enough for three to sit side by side.

On the foredeck, which is white non-skid finished, there is a Nautical Structures low profile, power rotation davit and a 17’ Hells Bay Professional 2015 Bonefish Skiff with 70hp Yamaha 4-stroke and power-pole. The Skiff is in perfect condition and color matched to the mothership. In the brow of the yacht, blended into the black mask is a Freeman hatch which opens to a Bosun\'s locker for equipment storage. This is a remarkable yacht which if it suits your interest and price consideration, is well worth the time to inspect. The photos do not do this yacht justice, it is a “must see” vessel.

·        \nThe bulk of the electronics and navigation\nsystems were updated in 2014 - 2015, primarily by Electronics Unlimited from\nFt. Lauderdale, FL.


·        \nFour Garmin 8215 multifunction displays in\nPilothouse on a network backbone allowing data to flow to all screens,\nGPS/Chartplotting, CHIRP depth-sounder, XHD Radar, Sirius Weather interface,\ncamera system and video input.  All\nsoftware updated May 2018.


·        \nTwo Garmin 8212 multi-function displays, one in\ntower station, one in the cockpit


·        \nRobertson/Simrad AP35 Autopilot


·        \nFuruno X-Band 25kW Radar, displays on Garmin\nscreens


·        \nB&G HS2000 wind speed and apparent wind\ndirection indicator, remote display in tower


·        \nThree ICOM M-3240 Vhf radios, two in pilothouse,\none in tower


·        \nFuruno Loud Hailer / Listening intercom


·        \nWagner rudder angle indicators at all stations


·        \nDanforth 6 inch magnetic compass pilothouse, 4\ninch in tower


·        \nFour cameras, three are tilt/pan/zoom with\ncontrol joystick – Tower, Aft Deck, Engine room, 1 is underwater (limited use\ndue to sea fouling)  Control 4 panel /\nV-max Flex Switcher / Digital Recorder with ½ TB hard drive storage


·        \nISIS Ships Systems Monitoring with 2 video\ndisplays, one in pilothouse, one in crews quarter – Base computer updated and\nbacked up


·        \nWestship Mimic System Alarm panel


·        \nTrac-phone Satellite phone system, tied into\nhouse Panasonic phone system/intercom


·        \nWIFI system with Wave Network booster – ATT\nNetgear puck


·        \nNaiad Multisea II hydraulic stabilizer control


·        \nKalhenberg triple trumpet air horns


·        \nThree ACR remote control spotlights, 1 center, 2\non sides


·        \nFlow Scan fuel flow monitoring system


·        \nMTU Elektronik digital engine displays in\npilothouse


·        \nABT hydraulic bow thruster control at all\nstations


·        \nHydraulic steering with switching alarm panel in\npilothouse


·        \nKVH HD7 Satellite TV antenna – 8 Direct TV HD\nboxes (may be excluded)


·        \nPilothouse has triple windshield wiper system\nwith multiple auto settings


·        \nPilothouse is thoroughly air-conditioned with\nthree separate air-handlers.  Condensate\ndrains from these handlers and others on the vessel are plumbed into the grey\nwater tanks.

·        \nComplete waterline to top paint, fairing, and\ndetailing by Luu Marine completed in 2015. \nHull color is Arista Blue.  The\ndeckhouse has a metallic black painted mask on the foredeck side.

·        \nAll teak decking replaced by Teak Decking\nSystems, done in stages between 2014 and 2018

·        \nTeak cockpit covering boards

·        \nAll canvas replaced by C-worthy, all 2015 or\nnewer, to include: textaline mesh mask for pilothouse windows, full cockpit fly\nshade from flybridge overhang to transom, flybridge aft deck sail canvas from\nflybridge coach top to custom stainless pole supports on corners of bridge\ndeck, cover for tower station control box, covers for all chairs and aft deck\ntable, cover for Bonefish Skiff and outboard, covers for liferafts

·        \nIntegral pulpit with integrated stainless anchor\nchute and rollers

·        \nMaxwell 4500 hydraulic windlass with wildcat,\npolished stainless steel Navy-style anchor with all chain rode, back-up\nFortress FX-125 anchor with Nylon rode

·        \nWelded/polished stainless bow railings extend\nthe full side deck back to the aft deck where there are swing opening gates to\nport/starboard and just below mounting brackets for Marquipt tide-ride,\nsea-stairs (stored in Engine control room when not in use)

·        \nNautical Structures 2000 electric/hydraulic\nlow-profile davit

·        \nTender mounting chocks with 17’ Hells Bay\nProfessional skiff 2015 (17’8” x 6’1”, 625#) with 70hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard\nand power-pole with remote control

·        \nTwo Viking 8-man emergency canister liferafts,\nnew 2017, mounted in cradles on foredeck with canvas covers and hydra-static\nrelease

·        \nOne Freeman Hatch on foredeck is above the VIP\nstateroom, Freeman hatch to anchor locker - foredeck

·        \nTwo Maxwell 1200 electric docking capstans on\naft deck sides with foot petal control

·        \nSide decks have accent and courtesy lighting\nabove windows and blue lighting down at deck level

·        \nFueling stations are to either side mid-ship and\nhave cam-lock high speed fill connections

·        \nFlybridge aft deck and Main aft deck are\nbordered by Stainless railings with tinted plexus panel privacy inserts


·        \nPolished Stainless steel curved stairway with\nbanister railing from aft deck up to flybridge aft

·        \nMurray Brothers full Tuna fighting chair color\ncoordinated to the boat


·        \nOne-piece, walk-through transom door


·        \nTransom live well with window and separate pump


·        \nUnderdeck Fish boxes (2), one with Eskimo\ncrushed ice maker (600#/day) outlet, portside


·        \nStarboard side tackle center has huge stainless\nsteel lined Freezer / refrigerator, three drop in stainless trays, digital\nthermostat


·        \nHydraulic lowering triple-spreader 43’\noutriggers mounted from bridge level


·        \nCenter rigger


·        \nLarge polished stainless hawser pipes on transom\nand in coverboard corners, plus giant inset corner scupper grills


·        \nUnderdeck storage box or could be extra fish\nhold


·        \nFresh water and Salt water washdown connections


·        \nSpreader lights molded into tower floor\nunderside, 2 cockpit, 1 foredeck


·        \nRod storage in forward cockpit bulkhead cabinets\nand in aft overhead cabinets of Aft Deck


·        \nUnder raised cover of portside cockpit center is\na new stainless steel LP gas grill


·        \nCockpit mounted Garmin screen with spray cover


·        \nCockpit flood lights (2) flush mounted in back\nedge of aft deck overhead


·        \nCockpit courtesy lighting, blue LED


·        \nFlush mounted rod holders (6) in side\ncoverboards


·        \nThree clear-out or stand-by rod holders to\neither end of cockpit tackle center


·        \nIntercom speaker with microphone at port and\nstarboard cockpit stairways


·        \nUnder gunwale side cabinets, brush and misc.\nstorage


·        \nThree aft Freeman hatches (watertight) open to\naft lazarette and rudder areas 

·        \nTwo 55kW Northern Lights generators in sound\nshields


·        \nAtlas Shore Power, frequency converter – power\nconditioner, load sharing and auto generator switching functions with touch pad\ndisplay.  Units are located in the Engine\nControl Room – aft of engine compartment. \nControl room and Engine room are both air-conditioned.


·        \n24v DC system, 220/115v AC system / Vessel has\n60hz US electrical system


·        \nMastervolt 24v / 50amp battery chargers (2) for\nmain engine battery banks


·        \nBatteries have radial shut off switches


·        \nTwo 100amp shore cords from cockpit with\nGlendinning cablemaster cord winders


·        \nDometic HVAC chilled water system with Three new\nchillers and new frequency drive/soft starts


·        \nFlybridge has separate battery system for\nelectronics with independent charger system


·        \n24v alternators on main engines


·        \nCentral bonding system linked to transom\nsacrificial zinc plates


·        \nEmergency engine room lighting system


·        \nTwo 38 gallon hot water heaters and hot water\ncirculation pump


·        \nEight LED underwater lights, facing aft and\ncockpit sides, blue


·        \nSmoke and CO2 sensor/alarm system throughout interior


·        \nTelephone and Cable TV inlet plugs (2) in\ncockpit

·        Delta-T fully automated engine room ventilation system with touch panel control

·        Hard piped fuel manifold system with two fuel transfer pumps (Baldor) and GPI electronic fuel meters

·        Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge

·        All fuel lines replaced with new in 2014, FlowScan gauges in engine room

·        Dual Racor primary fuel filters with resistance pressure gauges

·        Air compressor with reservoir, operates auto doors, horn, and various take-offs for air tools / fills

·        Hydraulic Steering system with fluid reservoir and switching mechanism operable in pilothouse or ER

·        Main Engines are MTU 16v2000s with MDEC electronic control, MTU Elektronik CAN/BUS system with Local Operation Panels (LOP) in engine compartment and digital display screens. There are three stations, pilothouse, tower, and aft flybridge deck. Due to a random part failure the Port motor was replaced in September 2016 with a new long block from MTU. Complete QL4 overhauls of both motors completed May 2020 (under MTU warranty until May 2021, extension of warranty purchase possible while still under coverage).

·        Exhaust system was completely replaced in 2014, from riser to muffler to exit beneath transom corners (with grills)

·        ZF 2555A transmissions with reduction of 2.536:1, 4 ½ inch shafts and 5-blade propellers

·        Props are inside prop pockets with a single I-strut on each shaft. The bottom has a small keel which extends below the prop tips offering some shallow water protection. Draft is less than 6’.

·        Sea Chest for raw water intakes

·        Oil change pump system plumbed to mains, transmissions, and generators

·        Naiad 353 Stabilizers, fins and actuators dropped and serviced in 2017 at Bradford Marine, new pump

·        ABT hydraulic bow thruster with reservoir in engine room

·        Hydraulic pumps are off of the transmissions

·        Spot Zero Fresh water reverse-osmosis system, new 2014 – membranes changed ’18. Dockside freshwater inlet with pressure regulator in cockpit plumbs into Spot Zero unit.

·        Dometic SeaXchange watermaker 1800gal/day, new 2017

·        Headhunter Fresh water pump with accumulator pressure tank, 2nd pump plumbed in-line for easy switching if needed

·        Headhunter Royal Flush fresh waterjet head system

·        Bottom job February 2019

·        Engine room has water-tight doors to either side

·        Engine room entry from cockpit center through a door with fold up hatch and a plexi panel insert

·        Engine Control room has stainless front Sub-zero 700BF Freezer drawers, plus a home-style chest freezer

·        LED engine room lighting and tool chest

·        Kidde engine room fire suppression automatic system, updated March 2019

·        \nFuel: Four main tanks total an approximate\ncapacity of 4700 gallons

·        \nWater: Two main tanks total an approximate\ncapacity of 900 gallons

·        \nGrey water: Two main tanks total an approximate capacity\nof 350 gallons

·        \nBlack water: Two main tanks total an approximate\ncapacity of 350 gallons

·        \nBlack and Grey water tanks have both AC\n(Oberdorfer) and DC discharge pumps as well as dockside pump out inlet


·        \nFueling stations have an overflow capture tank 

Although fully rigged for fishing, the current and previous owner basically used this vessel as a base camp and lightly cruised her. The current captain reports that by instruction of the owner his typical operating speed is 16 knots. 

The Company offers the details of this vessel\nin good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor\nwarrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his\nsurveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This\nvessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without\nnotice.  SVENGALI is currently in use by the present owner and as a result\nthere are items visible in the photographs that will not convey with the\nsale.  A specific list of exclusions will be provided upon\nrequest accompanied by an acceptable written offer.  Buyer\nshould assume that anything not specifically written on the full spec could be\nexcluded, certainly all fishing tackle, tools, dive gear, handheld electronics,\ncharts, personal safety gear/weather gear, and personal effects.

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