Gulf Breeze, Florida
"Triple Crown", a 1987/2012 70’ Magnum Yacht by Pinin Farina is a stunning example of customization, performance, and all-around elegance. For those that enjoy the finer things in life, this is a step above the rest in a high speed, day cruising motor yacht. This vessel has been almost completely rebuilt from the stringers up in 2012. A recent survey was performed in 2019 and is available for prospective buyers. All invoices for every bit of work done on this boat are also available in digital format. The captain and mate have been lovingly maintaining and running this vessel for over 20 years and have done so with an open checkbook. This is truly a boat you have to see to believe.
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CRM (Italy) 18D/SS
1987 1100 HRS 1650 HP
Num of Engines
Gulf Breeze, Florida
Boarding at the stern, the vessel has a spacious\ncockpit, with boarding stairs to port and starboard. The transom has a nearly full beam bench\nseat, with access to the engine room in the deck. To starboard, is a beautiful metal spiral\nstaircase with corian insert steps custom built in Pensacola, FL. This leads to a sport bridge with an insulated\ncooler to starboard, reverse pocket seating to port and the flybridge\nhelm. The flybridge helm foregoes the\ntraditional helm steering wheel for a futuristic joystick reminiscent of a\nmodern fighter jet. Integrated controls\non the joystick control the bow thruster, trim tabs and Arneson drives. Returning to the cockpit, a large glass\nswinging door grants access into the upper salon level of the vessel. Faux leather and suede sofas adorn the port\nside, and a full wetbar with glass storage, two white leather barstools,\nicemaker, drawer refrigerators, microwave and pop up TV run down the starboard\nside. Forward, the full helm offers an\nimpressive array of vessel and entertainment controls in front of a single,\nlarge Stidd helm seat. The triple wide\nstairwell to starboard leads you down below to the main lounge. Immediately to your right, no expense was\nspared in customizing and installing a head and powder room. Centerline and to port, at the base of the\nstairs a huge flatscreen TV on an electric lift is recessed into the aft\nbulkhead. Behind the TV, all the\naudio/visual equipment is hidden away but easily accessed. Just below the TV, a bank of custom wood\ncabinetry hides a built in cigar humidor, drawer refrigerator and dedicated\nwine cooler. Along the port wall, behind\nthe main bar, all the cabinets are designed to hold individual bottles for\nserving. The main bar runs up the middle\nof the lower lounge area, to a large, U-shaped seating space in the bow.
All fine\nartwork displayed on the vessel is excluded. \nOil paintings, Jewelry, sculptures, etc. \nNone of these are considered fixtures on the boat, they are simply being\ndisplayed.
This vessel was completely gutted and rebuilt to\ncustomization on two separate occasions. \nThe first time was 1997-1999 when the current owner originally purchased\nit. The second time was from 2005-2012\nwhen the boat was completely rebuilt after damage from hurricane Ivan. The boat was gutted to its hull including\nstringers and structural frames. Over $6\nmillion was spent during the renovation making it the masterpiece it is today,\nwith all invoices being retained in digital format. Four surveys exist on the vessel since the\nmassive renovation ending in 2012. The\nmost current survey was completed April, 2019 when the replacement value was\nplaced at $6.5 million and the market value placed at $3 million.