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Regularly serviced and well maintained, this 2005 model Clipper 50 with around 1500 hours on the engines, is powered by twin Cummins BT220hp motors, a 12kw Northern Lights generator and a Solar Power system with 16 house batteries. This allows you to cruise to your favourite spot and anchor up for days at a time. There is also ample 240v power to run the air-conditioning along with the modern all electric galley. Recent upgrades throughout, including brand new clears in October 2018, also make this an appealing package.
Featuring a good size open cockpit with wide walk around decks and a good sized swim platform, this Clipper 50 is great value at only $445,000.
LOA - 15.57m 51ft 4in
Beam OA - 4.66m 15ft 4in
Maximum Draft - 1.3m 4ft 3in
Displacement - 20 tonnes (approx)
Fuel Capacity 2,736 litres
Fresh Water Capacity - 1,200 litres
Holding Tank Capacity - 150 litres
Main Engines - 2 x 220 BT5.9 Cummins
Generator – Onan Northern Lights 12Kw
Bow Thruster - Max Power
Morse Engine Controls, Raymarine GPS Plotter/Colour Fish Finder/ Radar, Auto Pilot/VHF Radio, Max Power Bow thruster controls, 250kg electric Davit Crane and stainless tender cradle. New AB 3.3m RIB Tender with 25hp 2 stroke Mercury outboard with cover. Flybridge Hardtop, clears at front and 2 Sides.
A large dining table is featured with cloth covered lounge, flat screen TV, Clarion Sound System for CD/Radio, air conditioning, carpets on floor in saloon. All electric galley with 3 burner cook-top and convection microwave oven, stainless sink, fridge/freezer and Corian bench tops.
Lower Helm Station:
Morse engine controls, full analogue engine instrumentation, Raymarine navigation electronics including GPS Chart Plotter/Fish Finder/24nm Radar, Auto Pilot and VHF Radio. Bow thruster controls, remote generator start panel, trim tab controls and spot light control panel. Helm door to side walk- around deck. Galley opposite lower helm station.
The master cabin with queen bed is positioned forward with its own ensuite. A second bathroom is positioned on the starboard side near the second and third guest cabins which are either side of the companionway. The electric heads flush via a “Y” valve, direct to overboard, or to the 150lt black water tank. Master cabin bathroom has a separate shower with glass door and the guest bathroom has a shower over the head.