1998 Post 50 Convertible

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Yacht Overview

Make: Post

Model: 50 Convertible

Year: 1998

Length: 50′

Located In: Stuart, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8647331


This is a 1998 50’ Post Sportfish with continuous upgrades. This 50’ Post features new style Garmin and Furuno touchscreens which provides a full suite of electronic capabilities. Tangled received a full paint job in 2006 at the Hinckley Yard in Stuart, FL, and at that time, a new custom hardtop was designed and installed. Don’t miss the opportunity to own this 1998 50’ Post Sportfish,Limitless today!

Owner financing available


Vessel Highlights

  • 2022 New windlass system
  • 2022 New Raritan electric head
  • 2022 Props balanced and reconditioned
  • 2021 New microwave/convection oven
  • 2021 New master AC unit
  • Glendenning Single Lever Controls
  • Garmin Multi-functional touchscreen units
  • Furuno Radar
  • KVH Satellite
  • Camera system- cockpit and engine room
  • Infinity Stereo for cockpit and bridge
  • Underwater lights
  • Cockpit freezer 
  • Rebuilt cockpit ice maker
  • New tower leg rod holders

Full Specs

Boat Name



LOA: 50
Beam: 16.92 ft
Displacement: 57,122 lb


Engine Brand: MAN
Engine Model: V-10 2840LXE
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 820|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Engine Brand: MAN
Engine Model: V-10 2840LXE
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 820|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (240 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (870 Gallon)
Holding Tanks: 1 (42 Gallon)


Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Vessel Details


There is an L-shaped sofa along the port side and cockpit bulkhead with storage below. To starboard upon entering from the cockpit is the electrical panel in the starboard aft corner with a storage cabinet below.  Just forward of the panel is a barrel swivel chair.  Forward of the swivel chair is the L-shaped off white galley seating with a Corian table with two teak pedestals.  Forward of the dinette is the windshield area cabinets in teak which house the entertainment center. There is a 32” LG flatscreen TV.  There is satellite TV by Intelliant with Direct TV hookup.  The cabinet houses the following:

  • Direct TV receiver
  • LG Blue Ray player
  • Denon AVR-1912 Receiver
  • Toshiba DR430 DVD/Recorder

The salon features silhouette blinds, including the door and a full carpet runner. There is a surround sound system with Bose speakers.


Down two steps is the mid-level, U-shaped galley which features a large full sized black Amana refrigerator/freezer. The galley sink is on the port side of the galley.  Aft on the U is a Sharp Carousel Convection/Microwave Oven housed in a cabinet just above the counter.  In the counter is a recessed two burner Ceran Cooktop.  The floors in the galley are teak and holly.

Master Stateroom and Head

To starboard is the Master Stateroom.  The master features a queen bunk that runs fore and aft from the engine room bulkhead.  There are night stands on both sides of the bunk and tufted headboard of rolled fabric in a hunter green. There is a Samsung flat screen TV and a hanging locker forward and to starboard of the bunk.  In back of the entrance door is a built-in closet with shelving that acts as a built in bureau.

The master head has teak and holly floor.  There is a white Corian molded sink with a vanity under.  There is a large mirrored medicine cabinet above the sink.  In the shower there is a bench for seating and a locker that could house towels, soaps, shampoo or a variety of other items. To port of the shower door is a linen closet and built in hamper.  The head is a Raritan electric.  There is a Bowmar hatch in the master with a privacy cover.

Aft in the companionway and to port is the under/over crew or guest stateroom.  There is a hanging locker to starboard of the bunks. The bunk covers are a hunter green and gold with matching accent pillows.  There is also a hatch that can be opened for fresh air in cooler weather.  The hatch has a privacy cover.

VIP Stateroom and Head

All the way forward is the VIP stateroom the cabin features a vee berth layout with the port bunk a high twin bunk with a hanging locker underneath the bunk.  The starboard bunk is low and can sleep two. Underneath the starboard bunk are drawers.  Aft of the starboard bunk is a cedar lined closet that has been reconfigured into a tackle locker.  It is where the washer and