|Length:||54' / 16.46 M|
|Beam:||15' 0" / 4.57 M|
|Draft:||4' 7" / 1.40 M.|
|Engines:||Twin Volvo D9 500 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||19 Kts. / 22 MPH|
|Max Speed:||22 Kts. / 25 MPH|
Melbourne, United States
(Florida - Central East Coast)
|Asking Price:||$489,999 USD|
Navigator 5400 2007 model with only two owners since new; both of whom have maintained the vessel in excellent condition. All engine maintenance current with new custom exhaust risers fabricated by Marine Exhaust Systems, Inc. of Riviera Beach, and new oil coolers and heat exchangers for both port and starboard engines. New gel batteries for engines and generator, fresh bottom paint, cutlass bearings, rudders packing and four new underwater LED lights.
Three stateroom, two head layout; raised pilothouse motoryacht. Twin 500 hp Volvo D9 diesel engines with 1039 hours and 16kw Onan generator with 1455 hours. 3000 watt inverter. High gloss cherry interior.
Naval Architect Jule Marshall founded Navigator Yachts in 1987; however he had been building the highly regarded "Californian" line of yachts since the late 1960's.
A hallmark of his designs are hulls that get up on plane quickly with smaller, more economical engines. Another feature is the 360 degree visibility from the helm which allows a couple to operate the vessel without any other assistance; there are two ways to access the bow from the cockpit, either along the narrow port and starboard walkways with grab rails, or going through the salon and out through the sliding door on the starboard side of the pilothouse.
By widening the salon out to nearly the full beam, the design makes the best use of interior space, yet still allows for a narrow walk around deck. A good compromise between practicality and comfort.
The hull is solid fiberglass, no coring material is used in the hull. Another excellent feature of the Navigator is the use of aluminum stringers and beams for floor support, which is much lighter and stronger than wooden members used by most other builders. The insulation is exceptional and affords the quietest boat ride you will ever have!
The auxiliary machinery space is forward of the engine room and separated by a bulkhead and door and this houses the air conditioning units, battery chargers, access to the washer and dryer, and other equipment, as well as a good location for tools boxes and other storage items.
With over 1000 Navigators and Californians built since 1988 these yachts were produced in Southern California until just recently, and are among the most respected U.S. built semi-custom yachts available today. (Californians are the single engine Long Range Cruiser models built by Navigator).
The three staterooms are accessed going forward down the stairway on the starboard side of the pilothouse.
The master stateroom is located amidhsips below the pilothouse and features an athwartship queen sized berth with nightstands and reading lights on either side of the berth. There is ample hanging locker space and drawers along the port side of the cabin as well as drawers below the berth. There is a built in washer and dryer in the aft bulkhead of the master stateroom. There is a 23" LCD TV, stereo, DVD/ Media control center with speakers and radio control. The master features an ensuite bath forward to port with satin nickel finish hardware package, combo shower/ tub with sliding glass doors, and Vacuflush head, In addition to the satin nickel hardware upgrade, there are corian sink counter and floor.
The VIP guest cabin is forward in the bow and features a centerline, walk-around queen berth, overhead hatch with Ocean-aire blackout shade, ample storage port and starboard as well as two hanging lockers.
The third stateroom is along the port side between the master and VIP and features over under twin bunks, hanging locker and drawer storage.
The guest bath is to starboard across from the third stateroom and features the factory upgraded satin nickel hardware package, corian counter and floor, as well as Vacuflush head.
The yacht features Cherry wood veneer with High Gloss Finish.
The salon is entered through double sliding stainless steel doors from the aft deck and has an L shaped settee to starboard with oval shaped coffee table and a second sofa to port. There is a cabinet aft to port from which the electric lift brings up the 32" LCD TV. There are wood blinds throughout the salon, galley and pilothouse. These spaces are also carpeted with neutral tones. The sofa upholstery is off white. Forward in the salon is the breakfast bar with stools aft of the galley.
The galley is forward in the salon and features the factory upgraded satin nickel hardware package, double stainless steel sink, side by side refrigerator / freezer, corian breakfast bar with two stools and hardwood floor. There is a built in trash can with corian lid. There is ample drawer storage as well as tambor sliding doors above the counter forward.
There is a second access point to the auxiliary machinery space and engine room through the galley floor hatch.
The cockpit features a walk thru transom gate onto the large swim platform. There is a transom shower with hot and cold fresh water. Glendenning cable master, chrome TV/Telephone and Shore Water connections. Swim ladder.
There is a large hatch in the cockpit deck to access the machinery spaces and molded side steps port and starboard to access the deck walk. Double sliding Stainless Steel doors go forward to the salon.
Forward amidships starboard is the door to the pilothouse, and going forward is slightly raised bulwark to the foredeck with stainless steel handrails. Stainless Steel anchor with bow plate and electric windless.
The following items were installed at the factory as optional equipment or upgraded equipment:
Navigator Motor Yachts are exceptionally well thought out, practical, and efficient vessels.
The Navigator has the ability, because of it's hull design and weight saved by using advanced materials technology, to get up on plane quickly and run at cruising speed very fuel efficiently with much smaller engines than you would typically find on the same overall length yacht.
The engine room is very well insulated so the vessel is one of the quietest you will find, and the fuel tanks are aft of the engines so there is very good access to the outboard side of the engines, which is very important for maintenance and cleanliness.
Having sold and delivered a number of Navigators from Rhode Island to the Gulf Coast, they remain one of my favorite yachts and one which I would highly recommend. A buyer could spend a lot more money, and get a lot less boat, with many of the competitors.