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From the aft deck, one enters the SALON through aluminum framed sliding glass doors. The SALON features teak and holly sole, teak paneled walls and beautiful crafted teak cabinets and furniture. Large windows allow a 360-degree view around the vessel. Venetian blinds accommodate shades and privacy. The L-shaped settee to starboard and the two barrel chairs to port are done in dark blue leather. Forward to starboard is the lower helm station with complete instrumentation. Three large windows across the front vessel gives the helmsman excellent visibility (note that the teak and holly SALON floor has four large opening hatches that allows additional engine room access). From the salon going forward down teak steps (which lift up for routine access to the engine room), the GALLEY is to port that features nicely crafted teak cabinets for abundant storage. There is an opening portlight centered about the sink that allows natural light and ventilation into the GALLEY. The GALLEY sole is teak and holly as are all floors throughout the vessel. The storage cabinets are very nicely done with curved teak tambour doors on the corner cabinets and grate type teak doors on the flat surface. The Galley has a large U-shaped work surface in white Formica and there are two deep storage bins in the counter top in the corners. Opposite the GALLEY to starboard is the guest cabin with twin bunk beds. There is an opening portlight in this cabin and adequate hanging locker space. Going forward down the hallway towards the master stateroom, there is a combo washer/dryer built into a cabinet with teak doors to starboard. To port is the second access to the stall shower that adjoins the master bathroom. Forward to starboard is a second bathroom with vanity. Both heads have opening portlights which allows for natural light and ventilation. The master stateroom is all the way forward ad features a queen island berth, opening portlights port and starboard and a large deck hatch in the overhead. There are hanging lockers, a make-up vanity with mirror, large drawer beneath the bed and a mirrored bulkhead forward that allows access to the chain locker. The master bath is aft to port and adjoins a large stall shower. Teak paneled bulkheads and holly sole, as well as the finely crafted teak furniture combined with the six opening portlights and large SALON windows giving this yacht an atmosphere that is rich, yet light an airy.
This 52' Hi-Star convertible makes a great fishing vessel but also boasts enough room for family, cruising to the Bahamas or else where. A great opportunity under $100k !
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Hi-Star Sport Fisherman
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