Never on Sunday - NISI Vantage 1700

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As seen in the November issue of Yachting, we are pleased to have this recently launched Setzer Design in for the winter. This brand new 17 meter sport cruiser, Never On Sunday, is here for some cosmetic upgrades, as the owner wanted to put his personal touch on elements of the interior.  As Ward Setzer calls it, she's at Lyman-Morse for an "up-fit".  

The ultra-modern sport cruiser yacht Never On Sunday is the first from NISI's 1700 XPRESSO series.  She was designed with an integrated jet propulsion package. Vanishing salon doors create a seamless flow between interior and exterior spaces, with uninterrupted teak hardwood running the full length of the main deck.

Check the Refit Log to see photos of the project. 

Layout and Design

 

 

 

LOA: 59' 8
LWL: 52' 6
Beam: 16'5
Draft: 2' 4
Displacement: 50,500 lb
Fuel Capacity: 850 gal
Water Capacity: 350 gal
Designed By: Ward Setzer
Builder: NISI Yachts
Model: Vantage 1700
Year: 2013
Cruising Speed: 36 kts
Top Speed: 4o kts
  • 10/29/2013   
    10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.
  • 10/29/2013   
    10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.
  • 10/29/2013   
    10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.
  • 10/29/2013   
    10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.
  • 11/04/2013   
    11/04/2013
  • 12/17/2013   
    12/17/2013 Major cosmetic refit work underway. Every surface is being redone.
  • 12/17/2013   
    12/17/2013 Stripped to the structure.
  • 12/18/2013   
    12/18/2013 Forward stateroom
  • 12/18/2013   
    12/18/2013 Port cabin
  • 12/18/2013   
    12/18/2013
  • 12/18/2013   
    12/18/2013
  • 02/11/2015   
    02/11/2015
  • 01/01/1970   
    01/01/1970 Dave Olsen's matercraft on the newly relocated through-hull - Repostioned to guarantee postive waterflow to the AC chiller system "while going really fast".Dave built the G10 backing plate, then we installed the seacock to LM standards
  • 01/01/1970   
    01/01/1970
  • 01/01/1970   
    01/01/1970
  • 03/04/2015   
    03/04/2015 Kevin and Ted
  • 03/04/2015   
    03/04/2015 Dave Olsen at work
  • 04/02/2015   
    04/02/2015 Scott - Never on Sunday's "bucket" brigade. Dave is working with Joe on stalling new under water lights.
  • 04/02/2015   
    04/02/2015 Dave and Joe working on installing new underwater lights.
  • 04/02/2015   
    04/02/2015 Cindy gives the cabin soles a fresh coat.
  • 04/02/2015   
    04/02/2015 Joe installed the new chiller to keep air temps at just the right temperature.
  • 01/01/1970   
    01/01/1970 Notice the serial number - 001. Yes the very first Dometic installed.
  • 04/30/2015   
    04/30/2015 Beautifully sorted engine room.
  • 04/30/2015   
    04/30/2015 This system is so effective according to the captain that he cleans the bilge with a dust buster!
  • 04/28/2015   
    04/28/2015 No dust bunnies here or moisture!
  • 04/28/2015   
    04/28/2015 Sometimes it's the little things. The owner was unhappy with the tie back fixtures. Donnie Ritchie found the solution with these mini-stainless steel cleats.
  • 04/28/2015   
    04/28/2015 Mini-stainless steel cleat as a shower curtain tie-back. The beauty is in the details when they are done right!

10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.

10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.

10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.

10/29/2013 The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Click through the gallery to see the progress.

11/04/2013

12/17/2013 Major cosmetic refit work underway. Every surface is being redone.

12/17/2013 Stripped to the structure.

12/18/2013 Forward stateroom

12/18/2013 Port cabin

12/18/2013

12/18/2013

02/11/2015

01/01/1970 Dave Olsen's matercraft on the newly relocated through-hull - Repostioned to guarantee postive waterflow to the AC chiller system "while going really fast".Dave built the G10 backing plate, then we installed the seacock to LM standards

01/01/1970

01/01/1970

03/04/2015 Kevin and Ted

03/04/2015 Dave Olsen at work

04/02/2015 Scott - Never on Sunday's "bucket" brigade. Dave is working with Joe on stalling new under water lights.

04/02/2015 Dave and Joe working on installing new underwater lights.

04/02/2015 Cindy gives the cabin soles a fresh coat.

04/02/2015 Joe installed the new chiller to keep air temps at just the right temperature.

01/01/1970 Notice the serial number - 001. Yes the very first Dometic installed.

04/30/2015 Beautifully sorted engine room.

04/30/2015 This system is so effective according to the captain that he cleans the bilge with a dust buster!

04/28/2015 No dust bunnies here or moisture!

04/28/2015 Sometimes it's the little things. The owner was unhappy with the tie back fixtures. Donnie Ritchie found the solution with these mini-stainless steel cleats.

04/28/2015 Mini-stainless steel cleat as a shower curtain tie-back. The beauty is in the details when they are done right!

Fall 2014-Spring 2015

The upfit continues... new corian floors will be installed in both heads.

In the world of mechanics, Dave Olsen was tasked with moving the through hull aft and closer to the centerline to guarantee positive flow to the AC chiller "while going really fast" - BTW this boat can move.  Check out this video:

http://www.lymanmorse.com/boats/never-on-sunday-nisi-vantage-1700-177

October 2013

The owners brought this brand new yacht to us in order to put their personal touch to the interior. Lance Buchanan and his team have measured each of the panels to be replaced. Check back to see the progress.  

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