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2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56

  • 56 ft
  • Motor Yacht
  • ROCKLAND, ME, US

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$849,000
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  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56
  • 2009 Alaskan CUSTOM 56

Overview

 "The Alaskan 56 is a masterpiece of cruising perfection, balancing the best of today’s hi-tech construction the art of old world craftsmanship. Designed and built for the owner/operator who demands long-range cruising capability, seaworthiness, low maintenance, economy and luxury." ~ Alaskan 56 Brochure

     Bingo was built for a yachtsman who was also an engineer. The owner was hands on throughout the build process ensuring that his yacht was built not only to the standards of the factory but his own. The result was a very well built and equipped long range cruising yacht. In great shape and ready to cruise, Bingo is arguably the nicest of the Alaskan 56's. 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Alaskan
Model:
CUSTOM 56
Year:
2009
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
ROCKLAND, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
BINGO
Boat Type:
Motor Yacht
Hull Material:
Hull Type:
Deep Vee
Hull Color:
WHITE
Designer:
Flag of Registry:
US

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
56 ft - 17.07 meter
LOA:
56 ft - 17.07 meter
Beam:
17 ft 2 in - 5.23 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft - 1.52 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
88000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Model:
Engine(s):
-
Hours:
-
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Horsepower:
-
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
-
Fresh Water Tank:
-
Holding Tank:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

 "The Alaskan 56 is a masterpiece of cruising perfection, balancing the best of today’s hi-tech construction the art of old world craftsmanship. Designed and built for the owner/operator who demands long-range cruising capability, seaworthiness, low maintenance, economy and luxury." ~ Alaskan 56 Brochure

     Bingo was built for a yachtsman who was also an engineer. The owner was hands on throughout the build process ensuring that his yacht was built not only to the standards of the factory but his own. The result was a very well built and equipped long range cruising yacht. In great shape and ready to cruise, Bingo is arguably the nicest of the Alaskan 56's. 

  • SAE J1939 data link

     Starboard primary engine

  • Caterpillar C7
  • Serial number – C7D00230
  • Horsepower – 454 BHP
  • Engine hours - TBD
  • Sea water aftercooler core
  • Air cleaner with fumes disposal (closed system)
  • Tube bundle heat exchanger with expansion tank
  • Thermostat and housing
  • Watercooled exhaust manifold and turbocharger
  • Crankcase breather
  • Engine oil and transmission oil cooler
  • Oil level gauge, oil filler, and oil pan drain (RH or LH service)
  • Oil filter (front center service)
  • Belt-driven centrifugal jacket water pump
  • Gear-driven auxiliary sea water pump
  • Fuel priming pump and transfer pump
  • Fuel filter (RH or LH service)
  • 12V, 110 amp/24V, 75 amp charging alternator and mounting
  • 12/24V air inlet heater
  • Electronic overspeed shutoff
  • Torsional vibration damper and guard
  • SAE J1939 data link

     Genset

     Northern Lights 16KW genset model number M844W2

  • Lugger L844L3 Engine
  • Engine hours - TBD
  • Four cycle, 4 cylinder, liquid cooled, naturally aspirated, overhead valve diesel
  • Swirl combustion chambers
  • Glow plugs
  • Freshwater cooling system in heat exchanger or keel cooled configuration
  • One-piece heat exchanger, expansion tank and liquid cooled exhaust manifold
  • Heat exchanger cooling is standard
  • Self-venting fuel system

     Additional

  • Reverso electric oil change system

Mechanical

      Shafts

  • (2) 2.5" stainless steel shaft
  • (2) Strong shaft seals
  • (2) Cutlass bearings in stern tube
  • (2) I-struts

     Propellers

  • (2) 32X22 Bronze four blade props

     Steering System

  • Emergency Tiller
  • (2) Destroyer type stainless steel steering wheels
  • Power assist Teleflex hydraulic steering
  • (2) Inboard balanced trapezoidal welded stainless steel rudders
  • (2) Strong seal stuffing boxes
  • (2) Bronze bearings

     Exterior Equipment

  • Maxwell 3500 electric anchor windlass
  • Bennett electrohydraulic trim tabs
  • Side Power 240 TCI electric bow thruster
  • Stainless steel radar arch

     Corrosion Control

  • Transom zincs
  • Rudder zincs
  • Trim tab zincs
  • Thruster zincs
  • Bonding system

     Thru-Hull Fittings

  • All bronze
  • 1/4 Turn type

     Bilge

  • (4) Rule 3700 24 volt DC submersibles with automatic/manual switches
  • Manual pump in engine room
  • Engine raw water intake valved for emergency bilge pump use

Electronics

     Lower Helm Station:

  • Raymarine E-120 12” GPS
  • Raymarine ST-6002 autopilot control
  • Raymarine remote autopilot Smart Controller
  • Raymarine ST-60 speed
  • Raymarine ST-60 depth
  • Uniden 625-C VHF and hailer
  • Uniden portable VHF
  • Side Power thruster joy stick control
  • (2) Caterpillar electronic engine displays
  • Wesmar stabilizer control
  • ARC spot light remote control
  • Ritchie Powerdamp Plus compass
  • Glendinning engine control unit
  • Silhouette indicator panel in Pilothouse for running lights and bilgpumps

     Upper Helm Station:

  • Raymarine E-120 12” GPS
  • Raymarine ST-60 depth repeater
  • Raymarine ST-60 wind repeater
  • Raymarine ST-60 speed repeater
  • Raymarine SR100 satellite weather receiver
  • Glendinning engine control unit

     Other:

  • Raymarine 48” 4KW radar
  • Raymarine transducer depth, speed and log
  • Raymarine seatalk network switch
  • Shakespeare 14’ VHF antenna
  • Speco 711-PA P/A horn
  • Speco CVC627M video camera
  • Speco CVC-627M-R reverse image
  • Shakespeare 14" VHF Antenna

Electrical System

  • (2) 8D AGM 12 volt port engine
  • (2) 8D AGM 12 volt starboard engine
  • (1) Group 31 12 volt AGM genset
  • (2) 8D AGM 24 volt inverter 
  • (4) 8D AGM 24 volt house bank (To be installed 2016)
  • (2) 8D AGM 24 volt thruster  (To be installed 2016)
  • (1) Group 31 AGM 12 volt DC navigation
  • Xantrex SW4024MC2 inverter
  • (2) Charles 15 KVA isolation transformers
  • Breakers and fuses for DC circuit protection
  • Insulated copper wiring
  • Breaker for AC circuit protection
  • (2) 50 amp 125/250 volt shore power fore and aft
  • (1) Glendinning Cablemaster CM 7 50A shore power real with storage bin
  • Glendinning 6/4 shore power set

Tankage

     Fuel

  • (2) 500-gallon 6 mm aluminium tanks
  • (2) Shutoff valves
  • (2) Vents
  • Tank Tender fuel level instruments

     Water

  • (1) 300-gallon stainless steel tank
  • (1) shut off valve
  • (1) Vent
  • Tank Tender fresh water level instruments

     Black Water

  • (3) Vacuflush heads
  • 100-gallon FRP holding tank
  • Electric pump-out pump
  • Tank Watch holding tank level indicator

Interior

     The foredeck contains a chain locker with deck access. Next aft is a stateroom with double berth followed by a port side door to a head compartment with stall shower, and a starboard side hanging locker. A passageway follows and has a port side washer and dryer and starboard side steps to the pilothouse followed by a locker and door to the master stateroom. The master stateroom has a port side island queen sized berth, an aft bureau, forward lockers, and a starboard side head compartment with stall shower.

     The pilot house has a centerline helm station, a port side door followed by a raised L-shaped settee with table, and a starboard side stairway to lower deck followed by a side door and steps to the flying bridge. Moving aft is the wraparound galley to port with storage lockers above and below work surfaces and additional storage to starboard. Starboard of the galley is the day head.The salon follows and has a L-shaped settee with coffee table followed by a cabinet, and starboard side book cases and entertainment center.

     The engine compartment is beneath the salon sole, accessible from the lazarette/work shop. The fuel tanks are to port and starboard of the engines. The large lazarette/work shop is accessed from the aft water tight door in the transom.

Cabinetry

  • Mahogany high gloss woodwork
  • Solid teak plank flooring
  • Concealed hinges
  • Flush doors and drawer panels
  • All drawer slides are stainless steel
  • Brushed chrome door hardware
  • Master stateroom bed fits standard 60" x 80" queen size mattress with 4" radius corners
  • Forward stateroom bed built the same as master except with tapered foot

Upholstery

  • Blue Ultra Leather interior cushions and pilot chair
  • Royal Blue Spirit Millennium Naugahyde exterior cushions and Pompanette pilot chairs
  • All seat cushions have the same knee roll
  • Pilot chairs are high back

Plumbing

  • Torris water heater
  • High quality odor proof sewage hose
  • Plumbing fixtures Grohe brushed chrome
  • Faucets and shower valve single lever type
  • Sinks mounted under the counter tops
  • All sinks bone white porcelain except stainless steel in galley

Galley

  • GE 30" Profile electric cooktop
  • GE Profile microwave/convection oven
  • GE Profile dishwasher 18"
  • Jennaire Refrigerator/Freezer ( Upright)
  • Single basin brushed stainless steel sink
  • Single lever pressurized hot/cold fresh water mixer head with pull out wand
  • Cabinet and drawer storage above and below work surfaces
  • Pantry cabinet storage to starboard of galley 
  • Makers to the Admiralty marine barometer

Safety

  • Fixed automatic thermal release fire suppression system in engine room
  • Fireboy FE 241 with automatic shutdown system
  • High bilge alarm system
  • Exalto windshield wipers
  • Westmar fin type roll stabilizers

Additional

  • Whirlpool Washing Machine
  • Whirlpool dryer (vented)
  • Central vacuum system
  • Cruisair 230-volt 60-hertz marine A/C system
  • Kahlenberg 24-volt compressor
  • DCS LPG barbecue on boat deck

Maintenance Log

     Journey’s End        03Aug14 - Present                                  

     1,850 Engine Hours

  • CAT engines – changed oil & filters, changed zincs, oil sample analysis
  • Generator – changed oil & filters, oil sample analysis
  • Replaced VIP sump pump switch
  • Replaced water tank filter
  • Repositioned shaft grounding brushes

     Lyman Morse        03Nov13 - 30Jun14                                 

     1,720 Engine Hours

  • CAT engines – changed oil & filters, changed transmission oil & filters, changed zincs, cleaned oil breather caps, replaced impellors, repaired valve cover oil leaks, repaired exhaust leaks, adjusted valves, replaced high output alternator belts on port engine
  • Generator – changed oil & filter, changed primary & secondary fuel filters, cleaned Racor bowl, replaced raw water and fresh water pumps, adjusted valves, replaced discharge elbow, repaired valve cover, new alternator belt, replaced fwd oil seal, fabricated custom puller for fwd pulley
  • Replaced fluorescent bulbs and ballasts in lazarette and engine roomInspected fire extinguishers
  • Cleaned and lubed shaft seals.
  • Winterized fresh water systems.
  • Replaced part of port shaft cutter
  • Repainted bottom of keel & touched up stabilizer fins
  • Installed high pressure anchor washdown, Jabsco 80 psi, 7 gpm
  • Plumbed engine gearboxes to oil change pump
  • Checked & lubed all sea cocks
  • Inspected steering system

     American Custom Yachts            01Mar13 - 01Jun13   

     1,453 Engine Hours

  • Repainted bottom
  • Serviced stabilizers
  • Replaced batteries….. tender, navigation & generator
  • Replaced engine zincs
  • Replaced 3 shore power circuit breakers
  • Added alarm to indicate that shore power is off
  • Replaced hydraulic steering cooler
  • Disassembled & lubed windlass
  • Installed screens for doors
  • Washed & polished hull & topsides
  • Replaced bow thruster zincs

      01Nov12 - 01Dec12                    

     1,315 Engine Hours

  • CAT replaced port exhaust gasket
  • Reinstalled rebuilt  shaft Spurs
  • CAT removed, cleaned & tested engine heat exchangers… 1300 hrs. Port engine oil heat exchanger had a core failure and required replacement. CAT furnished a new design which supposedly eliminates cavitation.
  • CAT replaced #2 injector on Stbd engine
  • Replaced bow thruster & rudder zincs

     July 2012                                                  

     947 Engine Hours

  • Replaced 24 VAC water pump….warranty
  • CAT replaced zincs
  • Replaced 8 – 8D gel batteries for house and starting
  • CAT starboard engine, coolant temp low, replaced thermostat,             temperature sensor and plug.
  • CAT replaced water pump impellors and raw water zincs on both engines, 947     hrs.
  • Lubed windlass
  • Replaced bumper covers and shore power cover

     December 2011                                          

     913 Engine Hours

  • 110 VAC Headhunter Mach 5 Water Pump – Inlet Connection w/ elbow
  • Refurbish Spurs
  • Wash & Wax boat
  • CAT engines (913 hrs) …. 1000 hr service completed 12/2/11
  • Change all primary & secondary fuel filters
  • Change oil breather filters & clean mesh filters
  • Adjust valve clearance & inspect injector bolt torque
  • Clean after cooler condensate drain valve
  • Inspect/ adjust belts
  • Add coolant extender
  • Change transmission oil & filter
  • Genset  (1167 hrs)
  • Change oil & Filter
  • Change primary & secondary fuel filter
  • Add coolant extender
  • Diver  inspected bottom & zincs

     January  2011                                             

     350 Engine Hours

  • New zinc on CATS

Represented by a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB)

    A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) is recognized as having achieved the highest level of industry accreditation, available only to fully-qualified yacht sales professionals. The CPYB program is administered by Yacht Brokers Association of America in partnership with Florida Yacht Brokers Association, Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, California Yacht Brokers Association, Boating Ontario Dealers, British Columbia Yacht Brokers Association and Gulf Coast Yacht Brokers Association.

     The CPYB program is also endorsed by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) Marine Industry Certified Dealership (MICD) program and leading yacht manufacturers as a key component of their own industry standards; the highest level of achievement for their member yacht sales professionals.

Experience & Validity

     The CPYB designation is earned by eligible yacht sales professionals, who, after serving a minimum of three years as a full-time professional, have successfully completed a comprehensive written examination to validate professional competency.

Continuing Education

     A CPYB is committed to their personal and professional development through continuing education, as mandated for CPYB recertification every three years.

Ethics & Standards

     A CPYB adheres to, and is accountable to, a nationally recognized Code of Business Ethics and conducts yacht sales transactions in accordance with a stringent set of industry standards of practice.

Fiduciary Responsibility

     A CPYB maintains a dedicated escrow/trust account to protect their client’s funds. A CPYB understands their fiduciary responsibility and obligations with respect to client funds.

Transaction Management

     A CPYB uses proven, industry-recognized transaction documents, which fully and clearly describe all terms and conditions of a transaction. Honesty & Integrity A CPYB maintains the highest standards of professionalism, acting with honesty and integrity.

Trust & Confidence

     A CPYB instills confidence, trust and consistency in all transactions involving fellow yacht sales professionals for the benefit of the client.

 

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