1998 Ocean Alexander 50′
50 Ft. Ocean Alexander 500 Sports Sedan 1998
EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED OPEN OCEAN CRUISING YACHT!
Sleek, elegant, modern design, all woodwork in great condition.
Professional captain maintained.
Volvo Engines have been completely rebuilt only 1100 hours ago.
(removed from vessel, by Volvo)
Transmissions rebuilt/overhauled 2020
Upper and Lower Helms
360 view from airy salon.
3 Large cabins (2 queens) with lots of storage.
2 Large heads, both with separate stand up showers.
5 large flat screen T.V.’s and excellent sound system.
Comfortable enclosed fly bridge with extra seating and aft deck.
Large swim platform.
Everything a couple or family could want in a long-term cruising yacht!
The current owners of this well-appointed, comfortable, stylish Ocean Alexander cruising yacht purchased it in 2006 with a 5-year family plan that they enjoyed so much aboard this vessel that it turned into 13 years of traveling! It has been a great vessel for them going from California, to Alaska, to Seattle WA (where they chose to have Volvo remove and completely rebuild the engines to insure many more years of smooth running.) then onto the Sea of Cortez, exploring many areas of South America, Caribbean and Bahamas. The kids are now grown, off to college and it is time to pass the baton to new owners to cruse the world in comfort and style!
“Queezy” Has been faithfully maintained and upgraded with high quality products when any work has been done. Detailed invoices are aboard. All of the gorgeous woodwork is high quality, craftmanship evident by joinery work, is in great condition throughout the vessel. This is priced below typical asking prices of vessels of this size and quality with the hopes of a quick, smooth sale.
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