|Length:||73' / 22.33 M|
|Beam:||18' 4" / 5.59 M|
|Draft:||5' 2" / 1.57 M.|
|Year Built:||1994 / 2010|
|Engines:||Twin MTU 12V183TE93 1150 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||19 Kts. / 22 MPH|
|Max Speed:||23 Kts. / 26 MPH|
Charleston, United States
(Mid-Atlantic, NJ to GA)
|Asking Price:||$698,000 USD|
Boarding the yacht is via hinged boarding gates port and starboard just forward of the Aft Deck.
The decks are “Flexiteak” faux teak for easy maintenance. Wide walk arounds facilitate owner operation for ease of docking.
The spacious Aft Deck has been greatly expanded to provide both fixed and loose seating around a varnished mahogany table.
The extended hardtop and a further awning provide excellent shade from the sun.
Steps to port lead to the swim platform and Engine Room/Lazarette area.
The Salon is entered via double stainless steel sliding doors.
Immediately apparent is the beautiful high gloss cherry joinery with a curved settee to port, barrel chair and wine cabinet to starboard and a private access to the Master to starboard.
Forward of the Salon are interior stairs to the Flybridge and a U shaped dining settee to port.
The open plan fully equipped Galley is to starboard.
Next forward is the Lower Helm area and steps to the general accommodations below.
All the way forward is the Forward Master Cabin, a king size berth and with a large walk in closet and a private Head and shower.
Aft to starboard is an Office/Cabin with two desks and a single berth.
To port is a single berth Cabin and a large en suite Head with a stall shower.
Back to the Salon with steps to the starboard side aft is the private Aft Master Suite with a king size berth, ample storage, a settee and a nearby full beam Head.
The Flybridge has the Helm to starboard and a U shaped dinette with table under the radar arch and a davit with space for a tender aft.
The Lazarette can only be described as huge and is entered via a large door in the transom. Next forward is the spacious and well laid out stand up Engine Room.
Entered via split stainless sliding doors on centerline the Salon is beautifully laid out and accented with high gloss cherry with a fine inlaid banding just below the bull nose trim and burlwood countertop.
Immediately to port upon entering is a cabinet with a burlwood top concealing a stainless and glass refrigerator. Next forward is a built in four person leather sofa with storage below.
Twin mirrored panels with sconce lights flank the large side window covered with New pleated blinds as needed.
Next forward is a built in cabinet with two cabinet doors concealing velvet lined silverware drawers and two shelves for dinnerware.
Starting aft on the starboard side at the Salon is the Companionway and steps to the Master and a burlwood topped cabinet that contains twin glass front wine coolers with disappearing doors, a cabinet for additional wine storage aft and forward a cabinet for the yacht’s entertainment electronics, including a Sony AM/FM receiver and a Panasonic DVD player.
Above is identical New window treatment to that on the portside.
Also in this area is a glass and Plexiglass cocktail table, a table lamp, a very ornate but tasteful ceiling treatment in upholstered panels, surrounded by cherry trim, six overhead lights and a carpeted below.
The Galley is up one step and to starboard. Unlike European delivered sisterships, the Galley is open to the Salon and Dining Area for a more spacious feeling. There is a cherry column and a partial divider aft.
Ocean Blue granite countertops
Vinyl tile sole
Under mount stainless steel sink
Delta removable spray faucet
LED under counter lighting
Frigidaire Slim Line dishwasher
Thermodor trash compactor
Gaggeneau two burner cook top
Miele exhaust fan & work light
Frigidaire refrigerator freezer
Panasonic Dimension IV microwave/convection oven
(8) Cherry cabinet doors
(2) Cherry doors
Pantograph side deck entry door
(7) Overhead mini spots
Dedicated cabinet for pullout trash container
To port from the Galley are eight curved steps to the Flybridge with a sliding hatch above and Lucite handrail.
Next forward is a four to five person leather covered C shaped settee with a two level side deck window above. The settee has storage below and a burlwood table on two stainless steel bases.
Above is a four light ceiling fixture for this area.
Forward is a chart storage locker and a large three panel windshield. Centerline are steps to the forward accommodations and to starboard is the Lower Helm.
The Lower Helm offers the following equipment:
Two person leather helm seat w/stainless steel footrest
Teak six spoke helm wheel
Hynautic separate clutch & throttle controls
VDO analog tach, transmission pressure, water temp & oil pressure gauges
(2) Sine analog fuel tank gauges
Sine analog water tank gauge
Trim tab indicator gauges
Key start switches
Battery parallel switch
Engine alarms, audio visual six points
Chain wash pump controls
Cantalupi overhead systems control panel w/boat schematic for pumps & (29) lighted switches
Robertson Dataline rudder angle indicator
Vetus bow & stern thruster controls
All outdated equipment removed & professionally covered
White Star 5” magnetic compass
Solderberg chart light
(2) Overhead halogen mini spots
Main electrical switching panels are located in this area. They include:
Bow shore power select
Generator 1 & 2 power select
Bow/stern/Gen 1/Gen 2 power select
24V Digital volt/amp/charge meters
All new 2015:
Garmin 8217 17" glass bridge type GPS/plotter w/sounder module + GRD
Garmin card reader w/Norfolk to FC HD chart chip
Garmin card reader w/Fla. to Bahamas HD chart chip
Garmin remote device w/joystick for screen navigation
Forward is the Forward Master Cabin with a modified tapered king size berth centerline from the forward bulkhead. Two drawers port and two drawers starboard offer storage below the berth. To both port and starboard are two drawer nightstands with burlwood tops and brass swing arm lamps above. The entire forward bulkhead is mirrored. Storage cuddies port and starboard offer additional storage. Above is a raised soffit concealing the emergency deck hatch for escape.
To port is a chest of six drawers and two cabinets below with four cabinet doors and a centerline bookshelf above. Two opening portholes behind drapes are above. Next aft of this storage is the access to the VIP Head.
On the starboard side are the same six drawers followed by a single person leather seat. Above are four cabinet doors, a bookshelf and two opening stainless steel portholes behind full drapes.
Next aft is a large walk in locker that has a full size dressing mirror, hanging area, six teak drawers, four shelves and a porthole and drapes.
The Forward Master Head has a curved front vanity with two storage cabinets below, a marble countertop with an under mount sink and upgraded fixtures, a Sealand Vacuuflush toilet, three cabinets above the sink, two mirrored medicine cabinets, a center mirrored cabinet with a stainless steel opening porthole within and a second porthole with drapes outside the cabinet.
The shower has a curved Plexi door, a wall mount or handheld fixture and a soap/shampoo dispenser.
A curved soffit above the sink houses five halogen mini spots.
Note: Vacuuflush head rebuilt 2015.
Aft and down two steps from the VIP is an open Office with a single lower berth, two desks, five open bookshelves for manuals and ship’s papers, two leather desk chairs, three drawers including a file drawer, a storage locker, access to the walk in closet of the VIP and a cabinet with GE stacked washer/dryer.
Also in this cabin are two stereo speakers, four halogen mini spots and an opening stainless steel porthole.
This cabin is very well suited for a captain if an owner so chooses.
The Portside Guest cabin has a single outboard lower berth but certainly an upper berth could be added. At the foot of the berth is a full size, cedar lined auto lit hanging locker. Inboard of the berth is a two drawer burlwood topped nightstand with a swing arm brass lamp.
Also in this cabin is access to the Guest Head and three overhead halogen mini spots and one storage drawer below the berth.
The Guest Head has a curved bow front vanity with one storage cabinet below and a marble vanity top with an under mount sink. There is a large mirrored medicine cabinet above the sink with mirrored panels fore and aft. There are two additional storage cabinets as well as a free standing cabinet with marble top aft.
The toilet is a Sealand Vacuuflush model. The stall shower has a curved Plexiglass enclosure, a handheld or wall mountable fixture and a soap/shampoo dispenser. The sole is vinyl tile and there are four halogen mini spots above.
Entered from aft to starboard, the Aft Master Cabin is dominated by a king size berth off the forward bulkhead. There are two drawers port and two drawers starboard below the berth. There are port and starboard nightstands with two drawers each with a burlwood top and a swing arm brass lamb above.
An upholstered headboard sits upon a large mirrored panel nearly the width of the berth.
To both port and starboard are large cedar lined auto lit hanging lockers followed by a chest of six drawers.
To port this is followed by a curved leather settee, to starboard by two cherry cabinets with a cedar lined shelf within.
Above on each side is an opening stainless steel porthole behind drapes.
Centerline aft in the cabin is the entrance to the Master Head.
Almost full beam the Aft Master Head has a curved front vanity with three storage cabinets below and a marble countertop with an under mount china sink and upgraded fixtures above. There are three mirrored medicine cabinets above the sink.
The sole matches the countertop with marble tiles.
The toilet is a Vacuuflush Sealand model freshly rebuilt 2015. Two storage cabinets are adjacent to the toilet.
To port is a large shower with opening stainless steel porthole, a clear tempered glass bifold door, a handheld or wall mountable fixture, soap/shampoo dispenser and an opening stainless steel porthole behind drapes.
The Lazarette is a working yachtsman’s dream! There is 8’ of headroom. The space is air conditioned and it contains the heat sensitive electrical switch gear usually found in the Engine Room.
Diamond Plate four step, entry stairs
Massive FRP entry door w/Pantograph hinge
(2) Opening stainless steel portholes
Pirelli type flooring
Starboard side workbench w/drill press
Hydraulic steering pump & reservoir
Trim tab pump & associated switches
(5) Storage cabinets
Doggable watertight Engine Room door
Spare shaft, 3” dia.
(8) Overhead halogen mini spots
Freshwater spigot in Lazarette
Vetus 220 KGF stern thruster w/battery on/off rotary switch 11" tube
Mounted tool box (2015)
12/24V DC electrical system
110/220V 60 HZ AC electrical system
Kholer 19 KW generator w/1434 hours #1, injectors just serviced 2015
Kholer 19 KW generator w/1448 hours #2, injectors just serviced 2015
(2) Group 27 Exide generator batteries
Promariner Prosport 12, generator battery charger 12 amp, 12V
(2) Blue Sea Systems generator batteries shut off switches
Main engine battery disconnect switches
Newmar Perfect Wave 4800 watts inverter/charger
Guest battery selector switch
Service battery/starting battery selector switch
Lazarette electrical panel contains following equipment:
Analog AC voltmeter
Analog AC HZ meter
Generator #1, #2 selector switches lighted
Lighted shore power/generator switches
Lighted bars open/closed switch
Controls for Engine Room ventilators
Controls for Engine Room fuel transfer pump
Main engine start/stop lighted switches
Forward shore power lighted on/off switches
(17) Breaker protected 220 volt breaker protected circuits
(19) Breaker protected 24 volt breaker protected circuits
16 KVA isolation transformer
Pilothouse electrical panel with:
(26) Breaker protected 24 volt breaker protected circuits
(6) Breaker protected 220 volt breaker protected circuits
(4) Breaker protected 110 volt breaker protected circuits
Inverter selector switch
Charles ISO Boost 50 amp boost transformer (2015)
10 New Group 31 batteries (2015)
COCKY was purchased by her third owner in 2015. Several years ago the engines were removed from the boat and rebuilt by MTU.
The previous owner designed an 8 foot extension to improve the looks, handling and livability of the yacht. The result is a great looking yacht with a spacious Aft Deck and a huge finished Lazarette that can easily be fitted out as a Crew Cabin. Access to the Engine Room has been greatly improved. Heat sensitive electric switch gear is now located in the Lazarette which along with the Engine Room has a dedicated air conditioner.
The spacious interior of the yacht has high gloss cherry joinery as only Azimut can do. High end finishes abound. COCKY is most assuredly worth a close personal inspection.
The new owners made many important improvements in 2015 but are pursuing individual interests so COCKY has been regrettably put up for sale.
Owner willing to accept smaller trades of approx. 50% value.
*OF SPECIAL NOTE IS THE FACT THAT THE YACHT IS OWNED BY AN LLC WITH FLA. SALES TAX PAID.