Custom Downeast 54 - Pretty Rose
$ 2,500,000 USD
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|Custom Downeast Yacht|
|Date Listed: 12/28/2022|
Official Number: 1312944
LOA: 53' 11'' (16.43 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Beam: 17' 4''
LWL: 51' 10''
Draft Max: 6' 0''
Maximum Speed: 23 Knots
Cruise Speed: 20 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 1050 Gallons (3974.68 Liters)
Fresh Water: 500 Gallons (1892.71 Liters)
Holding Tank: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)
Displacement: 50000 lbs
Designer: Newport Yacht Builders
Builder: Hutchinson Composite
"Pretti Rose may be built on a commercial hull and enjoy the performance benefits inherent to her Downeast design, but her interior is entirely yacht-like. Her Herreshoff styling, with white paint and dark wood, makes the space feel bright and modern, while traditional touches—like the vintage ship’s wheel from Rosebank Ironworks Edinburgh—suit her classic lines.
Newport Yacht Builders made some interesting and practical layout choices. The cockpit is entirely empty aside from an aft bench seat and a small sunpad near the pilothouse. This created enough space to install slides in the deck, so the aft bench can roll forward to open the transom, and the sunpad can roll aft for engine room access. The generator and single 1,550-hp diesel MAN V-12 engine with V-drive transmission are both located beneath the cockpit for sound mitigation in the pilothouse, which is where the modern styling truly creeps in.
While Pretti Rose’s clean cockpit design resembles her workhorse ancestry, the pilothouse is designed for entertaining and livability. With the boat’s impressive beam of 17 feet, 4 inches, there is ample space for a convenient and social galley-up design, with generous counter space, large appliances and a deep double sink. Next to the galley is an L-shaped lounge with dinette, positioned directly behind the helm station.
In the cabin, the master stateroom resides in the bow, and a smaller stateroom with two twin berths is to port. The head is roomy, with easy access to the boat’s systems through the shower. There is also a second head, which is accessed through the cockpit and leads into the third stateroom, which could be used as captain’s quarters.
Perhaps the most practical features on Pretti Rose are her bow and stern thrusters, two additions for which I felt appreciative as Dana maneuvered the boat away from the dock, rotating her 180 degrees with very slim clearance between her and her neighbor, Consolidated. We settled into the cockpit for an early November cruise around the harbor, where Pretti Rose feels perfectly comfortable cruising at 20 knots, with a 23-knot top end." ~ Carly Sisson for Soundings
All deck hardware is bronze.
The main engine is a single 1,550 hp diesel engine connected to a remote V-drive transmission with a prop shaft on centerline. Primary engine controls are located at the helm. Secondary engine controls are in the starboard cockpit.
Sea Water Cooling
Shafting and Propeller
The steering system is a power assisted hydraulic system with twin rams. The power steering pump is engine driven. The autopilot is electrically activated hydraulic pump. The steering wheel is on the starboard side of the helm area, the autopilot jog lever and control are located to port at the navigation station.
There is a Gyro stabilizer onboard. The gyro runs off 110v AC power and is air cooled. It is located in the mechanical space aft of the shower. Wiring and inverter are included so that the gyro can be run off battery power.
The primary electrical system is a 24v DC system powered by the house battery bank with a C-Zone digital switching control and monitoring system. The house bank is charged by the main engine, battery charger and house top solar panels. All lighting and systems are 24v DC. There is a generator that provides 120/240v AC power when not connected to shore power.
There is a Northern Lights M843NW3G, 12 kW generator located in the mechanical room aft of the shower. The generator is sea water cooled with a water drop muffler. The primary control panel is located at the main AC panel.
The refrigerators and freezers are Vitrifrigo under the counter, drawer units. There is a freezer unit under the port side navigator seat, a fridge unit under the galley counter and a day fridge unit in the cockpit.
The freshwater system consist of two integral FRP tanks, 1 pressure pump, 1 high pressure wash down pump, 1 accumulator tank, 1 20 gallon water heater and a house top rain collection system. The freshwater system supplies water to the shower, transom shower, (3) sinks and (2) freshwater flush heads.
The fuel system piping allows any of the two fuel tanks to supply fuel to the main engine and generator and return to any tank. Each tank has a dedicated fill on the side deck and vent on the topsides. The fuel filters and lines are sized for a max flow of 160 gph for the main engine.
The head system consists of a holding tank, two electric heads, a deck pump out deck plate and a macerator overboard discharge pump. Each head is plumbed to a Y-valve that leads to either the holding tank or directly overboard. The holding tank is either pumped out via a deck plate or pumped overboard with a macerator pump.
The sinks drain directly overboard to a thru hull located in the boot stripe. The forward shower and washer/dryer drain directly to a 90 gal integral FRP grey water tank and pumped overboard with a dedicated pump. The aft wet head shower in the day head will drain into a dedicated sump and pump.
A dedicated oil change pump is plumbed to the main engine, transmission, and generator for dirty oil extraction. The pump has a flexible discharge line that empties into portable container.
Engine room has port and starboard louvers located inboard under side decks aft of side entrance doors. Louvers are sized to provide adequate engine air without the need of supply fans. A single extraction fan is mounted in the aft engine room bulkhead.
There are forward cowl vents port and starboard mounted on the cabin top on Dorade boxes for interior accommodations ventilation. There are cowls mounted to the cabin trunk side to provide ventilation to the gyro/mechanical space to starboard and the pocket cabin to port.
Air conditioning is provided for each of the three cabins and the helm area with self-contained compressors and air handlers. The compressors are cooled by a common sea water pump.
There are port and starboard anchors with hawse pipes located in the topsides. Two anchor windlasses are mounted on the foredeck with chain pipes leading into the chain locker directly below the anchor windlasses.
There are three (3) submersible bilge pumps with dedicated float switches. Each bilge pump has a dedicated discharge located on the starboard side in the boot top. In addition to these, there is an engine mounted bilge pump with electric clutch with a dedicated suction and discharge.
There is a Fireboy automatic fire extinguishing system located in the engine room to protect both the main engine and the generator.
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