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"Centennial" is a single owner company boat used for transportation. She has always been kept in a boat house out of the sun and maintained by professional crew. They need to sell her now to make room for a new boat. With low hours, maintenance records and minimal sun exposure "Centennial" is a worthy offering.
Boarding the boat from the swim platform you enter the aft deck through the transom door. It swings out and inboard and the top swings up and inboard. The swim platform is painted fiberglass with coarse non-skid. The aft deck is spacious with four large hatches in the deck. They each have fitted removable storage bins. When removed you gain access to some of the mechanical equipment. There are two steps up to the side decks. The boat has stainless steel hand rails running from the steps to bow. There is a significant bow sprit carrying a Danforth anchor controlled by an electric Lewmar windlass. The cabin house has one large stainless steel Bomar hatch. The pilot house is surrounded by large windows. The center windshield, side and aft windows open.
The stainless steel ladder to the flybridge is just port of the pilot house sliding door. The bridge is completely enclosed with dark green Sunbrella canvas and Strataglass windows. There are four roll-up opening. There is a bench seat forward of the helm station. Two helm chairs are positioned in front of of the helm station that has a full set of electronics and controls as the lower deck station. Both seats have storage.
Entering the pilothouse through the sliding door from the aft deck you are standing in open main salon. There is a long "L" settee to port and a two seat settee to starboard just aft of the helm seat.
Forward of the settee there is an ample navigation station with a Bomar hatch forward of that ventilating the guest cabin.
The helm station is white Formica with cherry trim and flat black dash. The boat has a stainless steel wheel with hydraulic steering. All the essential equipment is mounted into the dash: chartplotter, engine panel, auto-pilot. The engine, trim tab and anchor controls are set just outboard of the helmsman on the sill.
When you go down the few steps forward there is a small "L" shape settee to port and the head and shower are to starboard.
Moving forward there is a walk around queen berth.
All the soft goods are green fabric.