The specifications of this magnificent vessel are to numerous to discuss here but be assured that the 2008 Salthouse 57 Flybridge Cruiser is a custom hand-built boat from start to finish. It takes about 11 months before the boat is ready for delivery. This Salthouse 57 is a boat worth waiting for.
Their hulls are very efficient and easily driven, so the Cummins QSM 11s, 715hp engines, do the job well. The Salthouse 57 plane at 12.5knots and runs flat with very little wake. With the optional 4000lt fuel tank this vessel has a 1500 nautical mile range at 8knots. If its getting to your destination faster then at 20knots and a lazy 1800RPM the QSM 11s are using 130LPH.
A classy feature with manoeuvring this vessel when coming alongside to berth, is the remote control that works the bow and stern thrusters and engine controls. The skipper can stand at the back of the flybridge patio or in the cockpit below with remote in hand, making docking a breeze.
In a game boat configuration the aft deck has a mezzanine where spectators can sit to watch the action in the cockpit, on this boat the area has been turned into an alfresco dining area.
The galley is situated just aft of the saloon facing out toward the cockpit and the special feature of an with an electric window that opens it up to the aft dining area. This allows for an easy indoor/outdoor flow of conversation. Even if you are in the galley you won’t miss any of the action outside. The main saloon lounge converts to a dining area.
The walnut finished table actually hydraulically rises up from the floor. When not in use it is covered by a carpet and a small coffee table. This makes the saloon a large uncluttered area for inside functions.
The three-cabin accommodation comes standard with a queen sized island bed and ensuite, for the owner, and another queen island bed in the guest cabin with two fore and aft bunks in the third cabin, with an ensuite shared.
The enclosed flybridge is open and airy with big windows and a sliding door, which leads out to the ‘patio’ and the same electric window as in the galley opens the space up. The helm console curves around the front of the flybridge, giving the impression and feeling of being on a much larger boat.
The Salthouse 57 may be a little more expensive than other motor yachts around the sme size, but they are hand built to very high standards. The Specs for this vessel are at hand, so please do not hesitate to get a full inventory before making an appointment to inspect this incredible vessel.
|63' - 19.20m
Keel / Ballast:
|Teak and FRP
|Twin Cummins QSM11
|Port - 844. Starboard - 839.
|Onan, 17.5 Kva
|CABINS: Three cabins - 2 x doubles, 2 x single bunks
TOTAL BERTHS: 6
SALOON: Bench seating, table can be raised hydraulically
SHOWER: 3 plus deck
|LAYOUT: Rear to outer deck
STOVE TYPE: Delonghi gas (twin) and electric hob (twin)
|FRIDGE: Fisher & Paykel full fridge
FREEZER: Fisher & Paykel full upright
|3 plus deck
|3 plus Holding Tank
|Johnson 40Hp 4-stroke
|ANCHOR WINCH: Muir
CHAIN: 100m chain
|BILGE PUMPS: 4 x electric
EPIRB: New 406
FIRE PROTECTION: 3
FLARES / VSHEET: Yes
SHORE POWER: Yes
INVERTER: 3000w / 75A
BATTERIES: New house and start
|GPS: Raymarine E120 + Raymarine E80 in cockpit
PLOTTER: Raymarine E120
RADAR: Raymarine 48nm/4kw - New
AUTO PILOT: Raymarine
WIND INSTRUMENTS: Raymarine
RADIOS: Raymarine Ray 49E VHF radio