Aft Cabin 1978 Pacemaker 46 Motor Yacht listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)
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46 Ft. Pacemaker Motor Yacht 1978
If you are looking for a great live-aboard or long-range cruiser, "Lady Xanadu" is the Yacht for you. Powered by Detroit Diesel 6-71TI's, one of the most reliable and economical engines ever built. She sips only 1gph @ 9kts and will get up and run 18kts at wot. With her huge saloon, centerline queen master berth and stateroom-office, she is one of the best live-aboards available on the market today! She would also make a great air B-n-B. Call to see her before she is gone.
"Lady Xanadu" was operating as a commercial vessel for dinners, weddings and tours and was certified for 49 passengers until 2008 prior to the current owner. Current owner rebuilt all the forward rails with quality marine grade SS to commercial passenger cert. requirements.
"Lady Xanadu" was built in an era where luxury motor yachts were truly a breed apart. Distinctive styling and luxurious interiors made them a head-turner in any marina. The "Lady Xanadu" would make a great live-aboard/long-range cruiser. The boat is entered using a retractable boarding ladder on her port side. The fully enclosed pilothouse/sundeck has Plexiglas windows and wing doors. The pilothouse has excellent 360 visibility and a full complement of cruising electronics. There is also a built-in wet bar and liquor storage cabinet on the starboard side along with a pedestal captain’s chair at the helm. The SS ladder gives access to the large bridge area. Bridge electronics include B G network pilot and VHF, Uniden VHF and Hummingbird depth sounder. The salon is accessed from the port side of the pilothouse helm. One is immediately struck huge living area and the rich teak joiner work throughout. There is a dark laminate counter around the salon with cabinets underneath and pastel draperies for the wrap-around windows. Immediately to starboard is a small dinette for 2 (could easily be replaced with a larger dining table). Forward in the salon to port is a built-in bar. The fully equipped starboard side galley is accessed down one step from forward in the salon and includes a refrigerator, Force 3-burner propa stove, double SS sinks and a Sharp microwave. The guest stateroom is forward to port with upper/lower berths. The guest head is forward in the bow. The master cabin is aft down 3 steps from the salon. It has a large centerline queen-berth, two closets with mirrored doors, tan drapes and plenty of drawer storage. Just forward of the master cabin to starboard is a third stateroom/office with a lower berth/settee and a fold-down upper berth stored in the wall like a Murphy bed. There are cabinets, book shelves and a built-in desk. Adjacent to the guest stateroom is the master head compartment with an electric head, molded sink and separate stall shower. "Lady Xanadu" is built like a tank and has many more years of faithful service left. Owner wants the boat sold now.
There are three staterooms. The master cabin is aft with a large centerline queen berth with designer spread, two closets with mirrored doors and plenty of drawer storage. Just forward of the master cabin is a guest cabin that could be used as an office. It has a lower single berth/settee, "Murphy" berth that is stored in the wall, book shelves and a desk. The master and guest staterooms share a head compartment to port which has an electric head, cork flooring, molded sink and a separate stall shower. The third stateroom (crew quarters) is forward of the galley, features an upper and lower berth which are over sized (close to Full size) loads of head room for tall mates up on Upper Bunk! Tons of storage. There is a guest head/day head and shower forward in the bow that gets lots of light and fresh air.
Refrigerator with freezer Sharp microwave Double SS sinks Plenty of storage for food and dishes Force 3-burner propane stove with oven Coffee maker Water heater Pressurized water system
Forward in the salon to port is a built-in bar with a mirror on the forward bulkhead giving the room the feeling of being even larger. All woodwork is original unpainted varnished Teak.
2 Black 'leather' queen ann armchairs Eikhorn stressless, Leather Chair and matching ottoman Breakfast bar between conversation area and galley Liquor cabinet/bar Mirrored bulkhead forward to port with wet bar Engine space can be fully open or accessed through stairs to galley also observation through step to Masters quarters Pastel draperies for the wrap-around windows Dark laminate counter around the salon with lots cabinets underneath
Queen-size centerline berth Mirrored large hanging lockers Port and Starboard cabinetry all original Teak Samsung Flat Screen TV Private entrance to bath/head Whisper quiet air conditioning New mattress
Guest Stateroom #1
Stateroom/office with a lower berth/settee and a fold-down upper berth stored in the wall like a Murphy bed. There are cabinets, book shelves and a built-in desk. Never painted Teak.
Guest Stateroom #2
– Upper/lower berths
Electronics and Helm
B G Network VHF B G Network Depth B G Networl Loran Virgil radar Uniden MC535 VHF Danforth compass Hummingbird 100SX depth sounder
B G Network Pilot B G Network VHF Spotlight control Huge seating area with table and 4 chairs
50 amp 120/240 volt or (2) 30 amp for shore power Kohler Generator 15 is plenty to run air conditioning which is super efficient and whisper quiet mini splits, (household style Easy care)
Mechanical and Deck
Boarding ladder powdercoated rising type Anchor windless with Danforth anchor second anchor stored below Swim platform Lectra San head system Forward seating Large dock box 2 Year new black bimini top very good condition Kohler generator Water heater Alternator 50 Amp shore power and 2, 30 amp Shore power cord
Oil paintings, half ship model. antique cabinet (under TV in Salon) Stain glass lamp, any tagged items Other prints or art/furnishings negotiable
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.