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1998 Sea Ray Sedan

ID# 4147316

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$259,999

Yacht Overview

Make: Sea Ray

Model: Sedan

Year: 1998

Length: 48′

Located In: Jupiter, FL

Engine/Fuel Type:

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 9066499

Description

48′ Sea Ray 480 Sedan Bridge

4000 hrs on the Caterpillar engines

Cruise: 26knts
Top speed: 29knts

3-staterooms, 2 heads

Huge salon, galley master stateroom, etc.

Bottom paint: 2022
New Full Bridge Enclosure: 2/2023
New Aftercooler: 4/2023
New engine(s)hosess: 4/2023
New bracket to tender on swim step:

Spares Included: 1 shaft, 2-propellers, 1 Turbo

Engine room access: By lifting the stairs leading to the forward accommodations, on their gas assisted struts, you encounter what Sea Ray call the “utility room”.

It houses a full-size washing machine and clothes dryer on one side and a large storage space on the other.  Further along are the battery chargers, kept here away from the engine room’s unavoidable heat. Neatly laid out and colour coded hot and cold water system plumbing, with shut off valves fitted to each individual line.  A central vacuum cleaner system also resides in the utility room.

Enter the engine room after lifting a hatch in the saloon floor – on its gas assisted struts of course. Down the stainless steel ladder the engine room is laid out with the same neat logic as the utility room. Even the fuel filters are placed where someone who isn’t a contortionist dwarf can service them. The same philosophy has been used on the sanitation system. It is also set in its own dedicated area, as are the batteries and the 10KW Westerbeke  generator.

The saloon headroom is 6′ 4″ tall. The saloon takes up most of the central cabin. It has a U-shaped lounge to starboard and a smaller lounge to port near the entry. The ottomans can either be converted to cocktail tables, or stow completely to clear floor space. It’s a great place to entertain, because there’s plenty of room for six or more people to relax in style and comfort.

The entertainment system on the aft bulkhead contains a television, DVD, Stereo radio, etc. All the seating is upholstered in classy Ultraleather, which we assumed was the real stuff until told otherwise, while the marine carpets are quality Sunbrella. The galley is set forward and down with a step up to the dinette beside it.

The galley floor is polished timber. Recessed three-burner stove, microwave/convection oven, a domestic sized refrigerator/freezer, coffee maker, big sink and ample cupboard space with dedicated racks for plates.

From the saloon it’s downstairs, either forward or aft, to the sleeping luxurious accommodation in the staterooms. The stateroom in the bow has a full-size bed with an innerspring mattress. It is spacious, has ample hanging and storage space and a large dual entry forward bathroom. Because of the two-way entry this is, effectively, an en suite to the forward stateroom, albeit one shared with the other forward stateroom and the salon upstairs.

The “kids’ room” is to starboard, opposite the forward head. Here infill cushions turn the pair of singles bunks into a double bed when needed.It has a full length hanging space, which, like all the clothes storage aboard, is cedar lined. A light is also positioned above the wardrobe’s mirrored doors.

The master stateroom with the accent on “room”! The aft stateroom is able to utilise all of the boat’s full beam -the Sea Ray 480 Motoryacht’s master stateroom is more bedroom than stateroom.

The bed is queen size with an inner spring mattress and there’s lots of room to move around below a full height ceiling. There are two spacious wardrobes, plenty of clothes drawers, a separate vanity area with its own sink, a makeup mirror and stool. All this plus a separate toilet and shower.

This boat was designed so that six people could live aboard for extended periods in genuine comfort, even luxury. Everyone has their own space and nobody has to live in anybody else’s proverbial pocket. The Sea Ray 480 Motoryacht’s layout offers both privacy and the ability to entertain in style, because of the amount of usable space on board.

 

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