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Summer Snow is a low hour, well maintained, 450C Cummins powered Silverton 453 Motor Yacht that is a must see. She is a prime example of a well-cared for and maintained NE Yacht having lived her entire life pampered in brackish and freshwater since new. (Hudson River and St. Lawrence.) Previous and present owners have taken impeccable care of her and showered her with strict maintenance regiment and updates. Presently she lives in a covered slip. This yacht is a must see if you are in the market for a 45’ yacht.
Recent Notable Updates include:
LOW HOURS!! 792
NEW CARPETING 2017
NEW MICROWAVE 2018
PROFESSIONALLY BUFFED & WAXED, JUNE 2018
NEW REFRIGERATION 2017
LED LIGHTING, MAY 2018
HEAT EXCHANGERS SCOPED, MAY 2018
BOW THRUSTER MOTOR REWORKED, JUNE 2017
NEW SEABOARD RAW WATER PUMPS, JUNE 2018
1000W XANTREX INVERTER, 2017
NEW FABRIC ACCENT WALL PANELS IN SALON, 2018
453 Motor Yacht
2000 792.00 HRS 430.00 HP
2000 792.00 HRS 430.00 HP
Walking aft along the starboard side, you have two options: either head up the five molded steps and settle in at the flying bridge or enter the cabin directly through a pilothouse door. And this is where you see the first of the 453’s real innovations.
As you come in from the side decks, you arrive in the raised galley.. Silverton put the galley up high and fully forward in the cabin, so the chef can benefit from the natural light of five windows while still maintaining conversation with guests seated in the full-beam saloon, aft and below.
The port-side galley is well equipped with a refrigerator and freezer, Toshiba microwave oven, and Force 10 four-burner electric range/oven. Counter space and drawers abound, and a console abaft the pilothouse door has three more drawers.
Speaking of comfort, the 453 has it to spare. With a clearance height from waterline to radar mast of 19’5”, this 47-footer provides generous headroom in all areas below deck, making her one of the most spacious MotorYacht available in this size range. For example, the saloon has 6’7” headroom; making the room more appealing, it features an L-shape sofa with a recliner to starboard across from a second recliner and entertainment center to port.
The owner’s stateroom is down a few steps from the saloon and fully aft, affording complete privacy. It has a centerline queen-size berth that you can walk around easily on either side. Fine cabinetry and drawers line the starboard side, along with a dressing mirror and full-length hanging locker. Over to port there’s a second cedar hanging locker and direct access to the en suite head with full-size tub and shower.
The guests, meanwhile, reach their stateroom via a portside walkway lined with cabinets. This stateroom, just forward of the engine room, has an athwartships queen berth, again with full access on both sides. There’s a remarkable 7’ of headroom at the entrance, and that, combined with a vanity, full-length cedar closet and direct access to a second head with separate shower stall, really gives your guests the VIP treatment. Up in the forepeak, the standard layout features upper and lower bunks for the kids.
The design has twin stairways leading down to the foredeck from either side of the flying bridge and recessed, 12”-wide side decks surrounded by a single-piece, welded, stainless steel railing for extra safety. The foredeck has two deep lockers on either side of a forward settee so you won’t have to lug fenders and dock lines all the way back to the aft deck for stowage. Anchoring should be easy for you, too, thanks to the Simpson-Lawrence windlass that’s hidden in the anchor locker, combined with the extended pulpit.
Quotes from: Power and Motoryacht Boat Test Report Article
* 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.
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