This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $249,000
  • Power / Motor Yachts
  • Angel / Skylounge
  • 1988 / Used
  • 70' / 17'4"
  • 1988 MAN D28442LE
  • 1988 MAN D28442LE
  • 4031 hrs
  • Diesel

Motor Yachts 1988 Angel Skylounge listed by Seattle Yachts (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $249,000
  • Powered by twin Man D28442LE / 4031 hrs
  • Off Market since Sep 28th 2021

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Custom 70' Angel Le Clercq Modutech Marine Skylounge Pilothouse Motor Yacht

Same owners for the past 25 Years

This is a great family yacht and also a perfect yacht for a bareboat charter business.

This custom motor yacht features 5-Staterooms with a amidships owners suite, spacious salon and galley, large pilothouse, custom skylounge and a large aft cockpit that lends itself to being both a great fishing and adventure boating platform.

The yacht was acquired by the current owners in 1996 as a custom 63' Angel-Le Clercq Marine MY and in 1999 they contracted with Modutech Marine to lengthen the yacht by 7' and to transform the flybridge helm area into a skylounge. According to the owners, this was a cost of approximately $189,000.00.

Notable features equipment

  – Twin MAN DE2842LE 760HP diesel power
  – Dual 12KW Northern Lights generators
  – Furuno Garmin navigational equipment
  – 5 Staterooms 3 Heads with stall showers
  – Utility room with washer/dryer combo and refrigerator
  – Standup engine room lazarette
  – Nick Jackson 2000lb. dinghy davit
  – Trace inverter
  – 2009 Walker Bay Generation 430 center console dinghy

Note: While this is a exceptional deal on a 70' Motor Yacht, the vessel is not perfect, it has scratched paint around the cockpit caprail, some wood stains inside from old water leaks, scratches on the wood flooring, the autopilot does not work, though the owner purchased a new Garmin autopilot system will be included with the sale and other normal wear-n-tear items that you would expect with a 1988 vessel.


Brina's interior is handcrafted teak with teak holly flooring. The spacious salon is accessed by a sliding teak glass cockpit door with aft glass panels and port starboard opening windows which provide plenty of natural light. The salon also features an on-deck U-shaped galley.

  – Teak framed glass aft salon window panels
  – Teak holly flooring
  – Opening windows with drapes blinds
  – 2X blue leather barrel chairs
  – Modified Natuzzi leather sofa
  – Coffee table
  – Area rug
  – Custom teak entertainment center with a hi0low TV lift
  – Toshiba flat panel TV
  – Bose Lifestyle surround sound system
  – Samsung Blu-Ray DVD player
  – Diesel heat

Staterooms: The owners suite and the two aft guest cabins are accessed from the salon, with the two forward guest cabins being accessed from the pilothouse.

Owners suite

  – King size bed with a padded headboard
  – 2X Headboard reading lights
  – Large cedar lined hanging locker
  – Cabinet storage
  – Nightstand with 6 storage drawers
  – Mirrored bulkhead above the headboard
  – Intercom
  – Diesel heat
  – 120V AC heater
  – Ensuite head

Owners stateroom head

  – Vanity with cabinet storage and a porcelain sink
  – Mirror
  – Stainless steel portlight with screen
  – 120VAC duplex
  – Vacuflush toilet
  – Large stall shower

Aft starboard guest cabin

  – Double berth with a padded headboard
  – Hanging locker
  – Drawer storage
  – Mirrored bulkhead
  – Reading light
  – Intercom
  – Stainless steel portlight with screen

Aft port guest cabin

  – Stacked single beds
  – Hanging locker
  – Teak holly flooring
  – Stereo speakers
  – Stainless steel portlights with screen
  – Intercom

Aft guest head

  – Vanity with cabinet storage and porcelain sink
  – Mirror
  – Stainless steel portlight with screen
  – 120VAC duplex
  – Vacuflush toilet
  – Stall shower

Forward starboard guest cabin

  – Stacked single beds
  – Reading light
  – Hanging locker
  – Drawer storage
  – Intercom
  – Teak Holly flooring
  – Sliding opening window

Forward port stateroom

  – Single bed
  – Reading light
  – Hanging locker
  – Drawer storage
  – Sliding opening window
  – Skylight

Forward guest head

  – Vanity with porcelain sink
  – Mirrored medicine cabinet doors
  – 120VAC duplex
  – Electric toilet
  – Stall shower
  – Hanging locker
  – 12VDC ventilation system

Utility area

The utility area is located aft of the aft guest cabins and in front of the engine room. It houses the yachts combo washer/dryer, spacer refrigerator and a Trace inverter.

  – Kariba combo washer/dryer (sellers have not used the unit in years)
  – Markel refrigerator
  – Trace 2800 watt inverter
  – Access door to the engine room


The u-shaped galley is located in the forward port side of the salon and features overhead and under-counter cabinets, plenty of food preparation space, a large stainless steel sink and quality appliances that include stainless refrigerator, propane range/oven, microwave oven, trash compacter and a GE dishwasher.

  – Dickenson Mediterranean propane range and oven
  – Broan stainless steel vent hood
  – Amana ARB1917CSR stainless steel refrigerator and freezer
  – Stainless steel sink with a single lever faucet soap dispenser
  – GE "Potscrubber" dishwasher
  – Broan 1050-J trash compacter
  – GE Spacemaker II microwave oven
  – Drawer cabinet storage
  – Large opening window
  – Teak holly flooring


The pilothouse was smartly designed to give both the helmsperson and guests excellent visibility form any of the available seating. The space is accessed via the main salon, the port starboard deck access doors and from the skyolounge. The helm stations design gives the operator ease of access the engine and navigational equipment. The helm station cabinet also houses the yachts main AC DC power distribution panels.

  – Dual captains helm chairs
  – Raised L-shaped cruising settee with teak framed table
  – Dry bar with refrigerator and bottle/glass storage cabinet
  – Port starboard sliding side-deck access doors
  – 2X 120VAC windshield defroster/heaters
  – Teak holly flooring
  – Storage inside the helm console cabinet

Lower helm vessel control equipment

  – VDO engine/transmission monitoring instruments
  – LeClercq Marine engine high water temp low oil pressure alarm system
  – Aetna Engineering digital tachometers
  – Isspro engine exhaust pyrometers
  – Hynautic engine/transmission controls
  – Hynautic steering
  – Stainless steel destroyer style helm wheel
  – Vetus bow thruster control

Navigational communications

  – Furuno FCV-663 depth sounder/fish finder
  – I-com IC-M600 SSB radio
  – I-com M604 VHF radio
  – horn control
  – Danforth Constellation compass

Pilothouse miscellaneous equipment

  – Firebouy halon fire system remote
  – Ships AC DC power distribution panels
  – LeClercq fire bilge high water level alarm system
  – Intercom
  – Trace inverter remote
  – Battery parallel switch
  – Bilge pump override switches


Brina's skylounge was added in 1999. Modutech Marine in Tacoma Washington designed and built the skylounge, converting was originally a flybridge helm station. The space features a center helm station with a very comfortable "SeaPost" captain helm chair, a wet bar, an L-shaped cruising settee, opening windows and a door leading to the aft skylounge bridge deck.

  – SeaPost captains helm chair
  – L-shaped cruising settee with a FRP table
  – Wet bar with a stainless steel sink and cabinet storage
  – Bridge deck access doors
  – Espar diesel heat
  – Teak flooring
  – Dual skylights
  – Storage inside the fiberglass helm console cabinet

Skylounge vessel control equipment

  – VDO engine/transmission monitoring instruments
  – Aetna Engineering digital tachometers
  – Hynautic engine/transmission controls
  – Hynautic steering
  – Stainless steel destroyer style helm wheel
  – Vetus bow thruster control

Navigational communications

  – Furuno RDP-109 Radar
  – Furuno 1832 Radar
  – Furuno FCV-587 depth sounder/fishfinder
  – Garmin GPSMAP
  – I-com M604 VHF radio
  – horn control
  – Danforth compass

Skylounge miscellaneous equipment

  – Maxwell windlass remote control
  – DC power distribution panel
  – 3X Windshield wipers
  – Intercom
  – Battery parallel switch


  – 250/125VAC shore power 12VDC power systems
  – AC/DC power distribution panels - located in the pilothouse
  – Dual Northern Lights 12KW generators
  – Port 2722 hours - starboard 2520 hours
  – Genset sound shields
  – Vernalift generator exhaust mufflers
  – 4X Interstate 8D-XHD 1155 CCA lead acid batteries
  – 6X Interstate "Extreme" deep cycle 6V lead acid batteries - dated 6/2014
  – 50' 250/125V shore power cord
  – Trace mdl-2512 2500 watt inverter/60A battery charger
  – Paragon 12VDC freshwater pump
  – Pro-Mariner 80amp battery charger
  – Pro-Mariner 24V 30amp battery charger
  – Raritan R20 19.9 gallon hotwater heater


The semi-standup engine room offers good access to service the MAN V12 engines and other machinery house in the space. Engine room access is easy, entering either from the utility room or from the lazarette.

  – MAN D2842LE 760HP diesel engines
  – Port 4031 hours starboard 4063 hours
  – Racor fuel fuel/water separator filters
  – Fuel supply/return manifold system
  – Automatic bilge pumps
  – Twin Disc mdl 5111-A transmissions
  – Note: the vessel is equipped with trolling valves but they have been connected.
  – AC/DC task lighting
  – Espar hydronic diesel furnace
  – 12VDC engine room fans
  – Fuel capacity - 1522 gallons
  – Water capacity - 500 gallons
  – Holding tank with macerator discharge
  – Jabsco 12VDC fuel transfer pump - transfers from the cockpit 340 gal. tank

Skylounge Bridge Deck

The bridge deck is accessed via the skylounge and house the vessels 2000lb. davit and a Walker Bay "Generations" 430 dinghy.

  – Nick Jackson 2000lb. davit (not power rotation)
  – Walker Bay "Generations" 430 dinghy
  – Stainless steel teak safety rails
  – Black Sunbrella rail canvas
  – Propane locker
  – Teak decking

Walker Bay

  – 2009 Generations 430 - HIN# EWVJ0013I809
  – 2009 Yamaha 9YMXM 60HP 4-cycle outboard
  – Garmin GPS 440s
  – I-Com IC-M304 VHF radio
  – Fusion MS-WR 100 radio
  – Stainless steel ladder transom grab rail
  – Stainless steel ski tow ring

Vessel Modifications

Brina was acquired by the current owners approximately 25 years ago. In 1999 they contracted with Modutech Marine in Tacoma, WA to extend the vessels hull by 7' and to transform the flybridge helm into a skylounge. The cost was approximately $189,000.00. The owners will share any information they have on the customization work.

Important Comments

There are several systems that need to be addressed on Brina a few are listed below.

  – The air-conditioning system has not been use din years. It may work but it will need to be serviced.
  – The currently installed autopilot system is not working. The sellers have a Garmin system that they will include with the boat.
  – Watermaker: The system will need to be serviced.
  – The VDO "Sum Log II" knotmeter is not working.
  – The pilothouse windshield wiper system is not working.

The owners will disclose any information about the vessel and its systems. The vessel operates very well, the MAN engines are in good condition and the yacht at 23 knots is very smooth with no vibration.


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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