"Cavileah" offers two fully rebuilt (in 2020) upgraded Caterpillar diesels, A new 21 KW generator in 2021. Rebuilt Naiad stabilizers, and a three Stateroom Oak interior. Fresh bottom paint in 2020 along with many other significant improvements.
West Bay 58's are performance oriented yachts, with a rock-solid ride, and engineered to the highest North American standards. A very well built, luxurious cruising machine, she is big enough to entertain a large group, yet small enough for a couple to handle comfortably.
As of 6-15-2021, vessel is cruising in the Bahamas and will not return until middle to late August.
Please contact Central Agent
Roger S. Cole, CPYB
(727) 460-0228 (C) or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a three stateroom, galley up, Pilothouse Motor Yacht with a wide beam, spacious salon, wide walkaround side decks, and a large cockpit aft. Satin Oak interior finish. VIP guest stateroom forward with full beam master stateroom.
Cockpit: The 7 foot cockpit is big enough for "Al Fresco" dining or serious water sports activities. There is a large molded-in dive platform accessed via a walk-through transom door. A stainless steel ladder leads up from the cockpit to the flybridge/boat deck, and steps leading forward on both sides to the wide, well protected, side-decks. An opening hatch, leading down to a stairwell, allows access to the stand-up engine room, and aft is a separate hatch for the huge lazarette. Double doors lead forward to the salon. There is a backing station concealed in a pop-up, as well as cabinet storage and a stainless lined cabinet for a grill. Hot and cold shower, dive ladder.
Salon: Entering the main salon from the cockpit through double wide doors is a bright, modern and well furnished salon with a sofa to port and two chairs opposite. The entertainment center includes a TV, AM/FM/CD stereo with 10-disc changer. There are large windows with custom blinds, fitted vinyl headliners with flush-mounted halogen lighting, and a U-Line undercounter refrigerator and a chest freezer. The double doors open aft, and visibility forward is excellent creating a good visual flow from transom to pilothouse.
Forward of the salon and up three steps enter the pilothouse and galley level. To starboard is the curved, hand crafted oak stairway to the flybridge.
Galley: The galley is opposite the dinette and on the same level as the pilothouse. The Corian surfaces offset against the oak-faced appliances, and features all of the factory options, including upgraded faucets and fixtures. Additional storage for dry goods is located under the bench seats of the settee.
Flybridge: The Bridge features a full helm station beneath a large Bimini top (New 2019), two pedestal mounted helm chairs and two L-Shaped settees with seating for eight. Aft of the settees is the boat deck with low profile crane.
The Dinette is on the starboard side with a Corian-topped table and L-Shaped settee for four, plus storage for plates and glassware housed within. Additional storage for dry goods is located under the bench seats of the settee.
Down a curved stairwell on the starboard side of the pilothouse to the staterooms.
Full Beam Mid-Ship Master Stateroom is down and amidships. There is a head with large stall shower, center-line King berth with storage beneath, oak wood nightstands, brass reading lamps and upgraded bedspread, throw pillows, shams and blinds. Superb fit and finish are evident in all of the wood cabinetry, chests of drawers, cedar-lined closet and hanging locker. A stacked Westinghouse washer and dryer are housed inside a closet forward in the master stateroom.
The VIP Guest Stateroom is all the way forward from the master and features a queen-size berth on center-line. This comfortable stateroom has the factory optional mirrored oak storage cabinets built in overhead on both port and starboard sides. A chest of drawers, cedar lined hanging locker and storage for suitcases is provided in lockers beneath the berth. Two opening overhead hatches provide bright natural lighting by day or a direct view of the stars at night. Two brass reading lamps are mounted to the headboard.
The Second Guest Stateroom is to port, offering over/under single berths with reading lamps, a hanging locker, and drawer storage. There is access to the shared guest head including stall shower, mirrored vanity and wood laminate flooring.
The Guest Head is to starboard aft of the VIP. It has a separate shower stall. This serves as the day head as well as the guest staterooms facility.
U-Shaped Galley is on the Pilothouse level aft portside with dinette across.
All new Bimini frame and canvas, as well as cockpit shade canvas in 2019. There are port and starboard airplane style pocket doors from the pilothouse to the side decks.
Rudder glands and trim tab rams renewed in 2019. Exhaust system new in 2018. Turbos renewed in 2019. Both Main engines removed from vessel and rebuilt in shop. Less than 50 hrs SMOH..
In 2020 the following was done to improve the vessel. Engines have remainder of their warranty after being rebuilt.
In June of 2021 a new 21KW Phasor Generator with a sound shield was installed in place of older unit.
"CAVILEAH" is a modern classic with a low maintenance, no teak. exterior and frame-less windows. Features include a Novurania tender with 4 stroke engine and low profile crane, freshly rebuilt dependable Caterpillar diesels, new generator, functioning water maker, Niaid stabilizers, and bow thruster.
Major mechanical refit in 2020-21 make this a great value.
Vessel is well suited for extended time at anchor with her generous fuel capacity, water maker, inverter, trash compactor, and tender. Owners have traveled extensively in the Bahamas for the past 15 years with their family and have prepped boat for another Summer cruising adventure.
A must see for anyone seeking a high quality pedigreed yacht with classic appeal and ready for many years of enjoyment. Owner reports bridge clearance at 19.5 feet.
As of June 15th 2021, vessel will depart once again for its Summer cruising season in the Bahamas. It will return in Mid-to-Late August.
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.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.