Summertime is a one owner yacht that has been boathouse kept since new. She is hull number 60 and is in bristol condition. Go cruising in luxury!
Her interior in Brazilian Cherry and the joinery is of fine furniture quality. She has 3 staterooms with private heads, She is fast with a top speed of 25 knots and the noise level is so low, normal conversation can be made at full throttle.
This is an absolutely stunning vessel.
Upon entry to the cockpit there is seating aft with the entry to the engine compartment to starboard. The aft deck is the optional teak sole and is fully enclosed with sliding panels.
The salon is accessed through a sliding glass door to starboard where you will find the luxurious Brazilian cherry joinery. With accents from the carpeting, white surfaces on bulkheads and overheads, the effect is closely akin to being inside a piece of fine furniture.
A sliding high-low table can comfortably accommodate dinner for six, and a small wet bar with a refrigerator and ice-maker has been inset into the port side of the large Formica counter. Large windows on both sides of the saloon, trimmed with Hunter Douglas blinds, provide abundant light and visibility.
The saloon is a stylish entertainment area with a 42-inch plasma flat-screen television. While the aft deck is the prime party destination, the saloon is a veritable floating home theater. It also offers a 120-watt surround-sound stereo system, a DVD player and a KVH Tracvision G4 satellite television antenna system.
The galley, four steps up from the saloon, presents a bright, cheery working environment flooded with light from a large skylight and windows all around. The galley also has an abundance of hot water.
The countertops are molded Corian, and the cook's arsenal of tools includes an upright stainless steel double-door GE refrigerator/freezer, a Dacor four-burner range, a KitchenAid dishwasher, trash compactor and deep stainless steel sinks with a Grohe faucet and a pullout spray nozzle.
A dining table is incorporated in the seat behind the lower steering station. A high-low table rises to a level that allows those in the Stidd helm seats to turn and sit comfortably at the table. An insert added to the table expands it to full dining width, seating up to eight adults for a sit-down dinner. The table is beautifully finished and both tables have fitted covers.
Sleeping accommodations include three staterooms: a master suite amidships, an executive suite in the bow and a pair of single berths in a small stateroom just off the companionway, at the foot of the steps leading from the galley. All staterooms feature en suite heads with Head Hunter marine toilets. The master stateroom gets special treatment, with a spacious king-size island berth, a tub and a flat-screen plasma television. The executive suite has a queen-size island berth and a head with a shower, and the test boat had an optional flat-screen television.