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2005 Ocean Yachts Super Sport - 57'


 
Year 2005
Length 57ft.
Price USD $599,500
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Power
Location Holland, MI, United States
Hull Material
Engine type Twin
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Dimensions
Beam: 16 ft 10 in
Max Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 67500 lbs
Engines
Engine(s): MAN
Engine Model: V-12 D2842LE404
Hours: 511
Engine(s) HP: 2600 HP
Cruising Speed: 27 knots @ 1600 RPM
Tankage
Fuel: (1047 Gallons)
Water: (200 Gallons)
Holding Tank: (42 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Bull Frog
Dimensions
LOA: 57 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 10 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 67500 lbs
Engines
Total Power: 2600 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: MAN
Engine Model: V-12 D2842LE404
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 511
Engine Power: 1300 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: MAN
Engine Model: V-12 D2842LE404
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Hours: 511
Engine Power: 1300 HP
Cruising Speed: 27 knots @ 1600 RPM
Maximum Speed: 39 knots
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1047 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (42 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3

Vessel Walk Through

Beginning at the top and working down and then from aft forward, “Bull Frog” is the “standard” open bridge fly-bridge layout with Ocean Yachts “Plan A” interior layout. The access hatch is situated directly aft of the centerline helm and helm-seat. A matching seat for a companion is outboard to starboard. The helm console houses the engine gauges and navigational electronics mounted therein or in the overhead electronics box. A large, U-shaped settee with loads of storage under is forward of the helm console and a top-loading chiller/freezer and separate ice-maker are convenient additions to this area. A comfortably angled ladder leads down to the large fishing cockpit and from here one may access the fiberglass swim platform via a walk-thru transom door. Engine room access is through a hatch which is forward in the cockpit and a sliding aluminum/glass door allows entrance to the spacious interior.

The yacht’s interior is carpeted throughout with Fabrica Carmel 5124 sand dune except in the galley and heads which were floored with 12”x12” St. Cecilia granite which matches the countertops. Silhouette blinds attractively provide privacy when desired throughout the naturally well-lighted saloon, dinette and galley areas of the vessel. Headroom in most areas is 6’ 5”.

Entering the saloon from the cockpit, a large, comfortable U-shaped, Saddleback sectional sofa with low arm and end table w/ hinged top. A coffee table/ottoman with beautifully varnished teak top is out front of the sofa and both this and the sofa have lots of room for storage built in. Across to the starboard side are teak cabinets and all wood cabinets throughout the yacht are satin finished teak with wood inlays and with the trim finished to a high gloss. The electrical panel is housed in the aftermost cabinet nearest to the entry door and just forward of this is cabinetry that faces the sofa and houses a flat-screen, pop-up 30” TV. A custom built dry-bar with 2 shelves and cut-outs made for 1.75 ML liquor and 750 ML wine bottles and a Scotsman ice-maker are housed inside cabinetry just forward on the starboard side.

Forward from, open to the saloon and up one carpeted step, the U-shaped galley is to port with the dinette across to the starboard side. From here, 7 steps lead forward and down to the 3 staterooms for owner and guest’s accommodations and 3 heads all with stall showers. The Master’s Stateroom is aft and features a Queen-size bed, dual nightstands with lamps, mirrored desk/vanity with a chest of drawers and a large hanging locker. This stateroom spans the full width of the yacht’s beam and even with the private head in-suite to the starboard side, is a spacious and very comfortable area. A JVC 20” LCD flatscreen TV with DVD player is built-in the cabinetry with drawer storage under just forward facing the master’s berth and an etched glass/backlit mural of a tropical reef scene adds a touch of romance.

Forward of the master’s stateroom in the companionway, outboard to starboard and housed inside a cabinet is a Kenmore stacked clothing washing machine and 220V dryer. Forward of this is the head and shower for the second guest’s stateroom which is across the companionway to port. This head also serves as the “day-head”. The second guest’s/crew stateroom features twin single berths with a teak cabinet for clothing storage between. This stateroom has cabinets for additional clothing storage built-in as well as a good amount of drawer storage beneath both berths. There is a 15” Toshiba LCD flatscreen TV/DVD combo serving this stateroom. Forward of this stateroom and thru a privacy door is the VIP guest’s stateroom with athwart ships queen-size bed, in-suite head with shower, dual large, cedar-lined hanging lockers, a chest of drawers and a 20” JVC TV/DVD combo built in.

 


Saloon

 

Additional features of this area include a full, clear carpet cover, tinted windows on aft saloon door and Bose Lifestyle 35 Surround Sound stereo system w/ CD/DVD.


Galley/Dinette

 

The galley was extensively customized for the owner by Ocean Yachts when built new. Upgrades in this area include;

  • St. Cecilia granite countertops and backsplashes with matching 12” x 12” granite tiled sole.
  • 3 burner Force-10 electric stove-top
  • Sharp convection oven microwave combo
  • Under-mounted stainless steel sink w/ black faucets and soap pump in galley
  • Drawer style under counter Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezers (2)
  • Trash compactor – Broan
  • Mr. Coffee – coffee maker

Accomodations

 

Additional features of this area include:

  • CATV dockside plug-in with cord
  • Carpet runners for the companionway and stairs
  • Lucite & brass handrail installed for steps leading down from galley.
  • Complete sets of bedding for each stateroom and all stateroom heads have mirrored ceilings
  • The interior is easy to maintain with a central vacuum cleaning system
  • Kenmore Washer & Dryer

Flybridge

Factory fiberglass hard-top over bridge w/ Lewmar hatch, 3 sided EZ2CY enclosure and Stratoglass aft-curtain

  • Pompanette pedestal chairs for the helmsperson and companion with electric adjustment controls in lieu of standard chairs.
  • Factory installed top loading cooler/freezer and “U” shaped bench seating forward of the console with removable fiberglass pedestal table and fishing rod storage.
  • Ice-maker – U-line
  • Stereo w/ CD player
  • Single-lever Glendinning “Rybo handles” engine controls and Hynautic steering
  • Bow thruster controls
  • Rocket Launcher rod ready storage for 6 rods aft of rail.

Electronics & Navigation

 

All electronics and antennas were installed by Martek Marine Electronics. These include;

  • Furuno radar 72 mile range w/ open array antenna
  • Furuno Nav Net Navionics displays (2) for Radar, Depth recorder & GPS Plotter
  • Furuno digital RD 30 depth sounder
  • Northstar 962 GPS
  • Automatic Pilot – Simrad AP 20
  • Icom ICM 602 VHF marine radio-telephone (1 on flybridge and 1 in saloon)
  • Danforth Constellation Compass

Cockpit

Fiberglass sole with under-mounted, insulated fish-box w/ pump-out, dunnage box, Live-bait well, Bait & Tackle Prep station with sink, fresh water spigot, cutting board, freezer and tackle drawers.

  • 4 trolling rod holders
  • Back-down engine control station including Vetus bow thruster control
  • Ocean Yachts boarding step boxes (2)
  • Walk-thru transom door
  • Fiberglass Swim Platform w/ swim ladder
  • Fresh and raw-water wash-downs

Electrical
  • Westerbeke 15 KW Generator (668 hrs) housed inside hush-box
  • Two banks of heavy duty 12/24 VDC marine batteries/Automatic battery charger
  • Glendinning Cablemaster 220V-50 Amp shore power cord reel retrieval systems (2)

 


Engine Room & Mechanical
  • MAN V-12 1300 HP (D2842LE404) with 511 original engine hours and bearing Ser #’s 7010510168A201 & 7010510200A201.
  • This Ocean Yacht provides high performance (27 knots @ 1600 RPM) at an economical cost (70 GPH) to operate at cruising speed. 38 knots = top speed.
  • MAN remote engine gauge package in engine room and all oil filters relocated inboard on engines.
  • Bow Thruster (24V) - Vetus
  • Glendinning hydraulic engine controls
  • Electric oil changing system for main engines and generator
  • 3.5” Aquamet 22 S/S prop shafts w/ dripless packing glands
  • Veem Sportfish-C Design propellers (installed 4/9/2013)
  • Dual Racor secondary fuel filters for each main engine
  • Emergency bilge pump valve.
  • 24 VDC and 110 VAC florescent lighting
  • Engine room fans (2)
  • 4-zone Cruisair marine air-conditioning system with reverse cycle heat.
  • White Awlgrip finish
  • Automatic fire extinguishing system
  • Trim Tabs - Bennett,
  • Hynautic Steering
  • Vacu-Flush toilets

 


Deck Equipment & Features
  • Windlass with chain gypsy – Lewmar Concept II, FBG bow pulpit with anchor roller and Danforth anchor, rode & chain
  • Life raft – Switlik, stored inside canister
  • Bow rail was extended back one additional station and was raised an additional 3” over what was standard when the yacht was built.
  • Dockside freshwater hook-up and freshwater wash-down
  • 12 PFD’s, complete set of dock lines and fenders

 


Remarks

 

Ocean Yachts #57-19 shows spectacularly well. The engines and engine room are immaculately well kept and the yacht’s gleaming low maintenance exterior with fiberglass cockpit sole and no exterior wood is sure to please the yacht’s next owner.

Stored inside a heated shed and out of water for the winters, “Bull Frog” is most easily viewed by flying into Chicago Midway Airport if flying commercially and then driving east and north to the marina or shipyard. “Bull Frog” is berthed during the summers in Michigan City, Indiana and in the winter is able to be shown in Holland, Michigan.

Owner is retiring from boating.


Disclaimer
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.
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