New Price! New Carpeting! Are YOU Ready for a Fantastic New Vessel for The New Cruising Season?
If you're looking for a stylish cruiser or live aboard, this is one impressive yacht you need to see!!
The very first of the Prima 5230 Flagship series, it was built under the direct supervision of the architect, designer and key technicians from Seattle. Over the years this yacht has been photographed extensively for company brochures and has been featured in many boating magazines. Simply put, the fit and finish of this beauty is superior to the production hulls that have followed her. Additionally, a complete new interior was installed by Seattle's Sylvia Bolton Design Group, at a cost of over $50,000. With all that, this vessel is truly a show stopper!!
Once you step on board and open the massive floor to ceiling curved glass and stainless steel doors you are greeted by gorgeous wood inlays and fine leather. From the spacious salon, the galley is stbd, aft of the lower helm and across from the dinette/observation lounge.
There are granite countertops in the galley, bar, AND in both heads. The salon houses a complete wet bar and custom beverage refrigerator. Three staterooms are entered from a circular foyer. She has great visibility from the lower helm and features a nice electric door just stbd of the helm seat.
The cockpit is generous and offers exterior seating and fishing capability. Chrome accents are prevalent including the transom gates. This is stunning at the dock and anchor, and performs like you'd want from any fine semi-custom motor yacht.
Designed by Brian Holland, this boat has the lines of a sedan, the practicality of a pilothouse including opening helm door to the side walkaround deccks, and a unique style throughout. She is certainly not your average motor yacht!
Available to see 7 days a week - "Where It's A Boat Show Every Day"! tm
This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.