2000 Custom Carolina Wetsig Yachts Cape Fear

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Yacht Overview

Make: Custom Carolina

Model: Wetsig Yachts Cape Fear

Year: 2000

Length: 49.5′

Located In: Marathon, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8642905


Built in Wilmington, NC with only 2 owners since new, and 800hp CATs overhauled in 2022 plus new electronic engine controls.  Fiberglass hull and deckhouse has been painted from the rubrail up.  Recent Raymarine electronics including a full function helm on her Pipewelders tuna tower with hardtops. Cockpit has a custom Hooker pump livewell setup and a newer Eskimo crushed-ice machine pumping to an underdeck fishbox storage bin.  Non-skid deck with teak coverboards plus transom boxes, and walk-thru gate / door.  The flybridge has Murray Brothers teak ladderback helm chairs, SeaDeck, fresh cushions, and recent Garmin stereo with JL audio speakers.  This is a fishing machine, yet the interior has a mid-level galley, 2 stateroom, 2 head layout with many comfortable features.

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LOA: 49.5
Beam: 16.17 ft


Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3406E
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 800|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3406E
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 800|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (150 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (752 Gallon)


Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2


A two stateroom, two head interior layout with a mid-level galley to the portside.  The interior has extensive teak cabinetry, gloss finished bulkheads, and solid doors plus granite soles in the galley and heads.   

The master stateroom is forward and has a freeform, centerline double berth with teak trimmed shelf storage to either side and a private head to portside by the entry door.  The master head has a large shower stall with seat and two shower fixtures, partitioned with a clear acrylic enclosure.  Hanging and cabinet lockers are aft on the hull sides.  Drawer storage is beneath the foot of the berth.  The cabin has an independent air conditioning system and a Samsung flat-panel TV/DVD combo.

The guest stateroom is just aft to the starboard side and has a tapered queen berth.  There is also a wall mounted Sceptre flat panel TV in this cabin.  A hanging locker forward has cedar lining.  The guest head is between the two staterooms and its doorway opens to the companionway.  The guest head also has a large shower stall.  There are overhead deck hatches in both heads and the master stateroom.

The Galley is located just aft of the staterooms, up a couple of steps to a mid-level granite sole on the portside.  Cabinetry is teak and the countertops are Corian with a white porcelain undermounted sink with nickel finish wand faucet.  A couple of undercounter stainless steel front refrigerators with freezer compartments and a 4-burner Kenyon electric stovetop on the countertop.  There is a power exhaust vent inside the sliding cabinet door behind the counter.  Beneath the steps from the stateroom up to the galley is a storage area which also contains the freshwater system, Air conditioning unit for the guest stateroom, and other ship systems.  Towards the centerline from the galley are the main electrical breaker and switching panels.

The Salon has a raised platform L-shape dinette to the starboard side forward with an inlayed teak table.  Also to starboard is a large cabinet which is currently used for tackle storage and aft on the bulkhead is another settee seating lounge.  The portside salon has a large L-shape settee with a cocktail table (storage beneath settees and table).  There are drapes on the windows with teak valances and a carpeted sole.  A Toshiba flat panel TV mounted on the forward bulkhead with a 110v stereo system behind it and Bluetooth functionality, plus there is a DVD player.  There are four JL Audio 7.7 speakers mounted in the headliner and a 10-inch subwoofer in the cabinet.  This stereo system also provides music to both staterooms and heads which all have mounted speakers.  The salon ceiling also has extensive rod storage.  Varnished teak hinged salon door with window.

Electronics, Nav Equipment, and Flybridge

The flybridge helm has been custom reworked with flush mounted MFD displays to either side of the center helm and just ahead of the Stainless Edson custom helm wheel is a CAT touchscreen engine data display.  All three of these displays are faced towards the helm for ease of use.  Virtually all electronics are 2020 or newer.

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