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  1. 1990 Liberty 458

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Forward is a double V-berth cabin with good storage. Aft of this there is adjacent shower/washroom to starboard and separate head with washbasin to port.
    The saloon has an L-shaped settee and table to starboard and a straight settee to port and is very comfortably furnished. The table can be lowered to provide an additional double berth if required.
    Aft to starboard is a U-shaped galley with the navigation station to port. A passageway leads aft on the portside and this area is used as an office and provides a great deal of storage including two large chart drawers. The engine compartment is easily accessed from here.
    The passageway leads to the spacious owners? cabin with island style bed. Again excellent storage is provided in cupboards & drawers. The good sized en-suite head with shower is located to starboard. Forward of and accessed through the head is a workshop cabin also providing access to the engine compartment.
    All the washbasins have pressurised hot & cold water and are also provided with fresh water foot pumps. There are two space heaters ? Taylors diesel heater in saloon and Webasto diesel/electric.

    Equipment on Board:

    On-board Instruments
    Speed log, Compass, GPS, Anemometer, echo sounder, Radar, VHF radio, Autopilot el., Wind vane, Speed log,
    Interiors & Cabin Layouts
    2 Cabins, 4 Bunks, 2 Toilets, 1 Bath,
    Owner’s cabin, Galley, Slink, Gas stove, Gas oven, Fridge,
    Boat Equipment
    3 anchor, Electrical windlass, Teakdeck, Swimming ladder, Dinghy, Dinghy w outboard motor,
    Technical Equipment
    CD-Player Radio, 12 V plant, Charger, Wind generator, Shore Power, Header, Pressureized water system, Hotwater system, Gas plant, Bow – thruster, Electric bilge pump, Manual bilge pump,
    Life jackets, Life raft, EPRIB,
    additional extras
    Bimini, Sprayhood,

  2. 1984 Liberty 458

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Liberty 458 is recognized as one of the finest offshore livaboard cruising sailing yachts ever built. They were designed by Doug Peterson who designed many great cruising boats and built in the Shin Fa boatyard where structural integrity and craftsmanship were key goals and when graceful lines and structural integrity were standard in better quality boats.

    In today’s boat building world of plastic and more plastic, it is a pleasure to offer such a vessel as this sailing, cruising platform. Liberty is built by Shin Fa in Taiwan, a respected boat builder of the times, not so long ago. If you love boats, you will surely agree with the warm polished teak, bronze ports – sumptuous amenities including china cabinets for libations, romantic lighting, and all the elegance of times almost gone, but not yet gone!

    The cabin boasts extensive use of hand rubbed teak, recently refinished teak and holly sole, warm interior lighting, strategically placed deck prisms for natural light, recently refinished and recently re-caulked teak decks. All of the interior bulkheads are covered with solid teak vertical staving. All ceilings as well as the hullsides have solid horizontal teak battens. There are marble counter tops in the heads. Turned solid teak banisters and thick handrails on either side of the companionway steps give you the first indication of what you are about to enter.

    Living aboard is comfortable with excessive amounts of storage throughout the vessel, a very useable sea galley that boasts marble countertops a refrigerator/freezer and three burner range and oven. The huge aft stateroom has magnificent storage, a raised queen bed with new memory foam mattress and a head with shower. Opening ports starboard and port create excellent ventilation. The gorgeous cabinetry abounds with a full length hanging locker, drawers and great storage everywhere.

    We are pleased to present this very well kept and upgraded yacht to those who seek quality and seaworthiness.

    Equipment on Board:

    Menagerie features a highly livable interior that works well for long term passagemaking or living aboard. The aft stateroom is one of the best we’ve seen in a boat this size. It features a fore and aft queen, huge vented hanging lockers, shelves, cabinets, and drawers. There is an ensuite head with shower and marble counters. The aft stateroom (with new memory foam mattress- 2009) is separated from the rest of the boat by the pass-thru where you find the nav station outboard and engine room access inboard along as well as the electrical panels. A workbench with drawers is in the pass-thru and is a great place for boat projects.

    The galley adjoins the saloon but is out of the way of foot traffic. Natural light gives the area a light airy feel.

    An Espar diesel furnace supplies heat for the entire cabin. The saloon has air conditioning.

    Forward of the saloon is a the guest stateroom that is very private with a second head forward.

    The forward and aft head are new (2010) electric toilet and all of the sanitation hoses have been replaced (2010).

    Menagerie has a very usable and comfortable galley. The marble counter tops are lovely and the deep stainless sinks will be appreciated by all. A Seagull filter, effective against bacteria, has been installed to make the water clean and safe.

    The Strong Track system makes hoisting, dousing, and reefing the mainsail a breeze. The owner has been sailing with the furling genoa for the most part, so the staysail stay is stored below. Lines are neatly led aft for easy handling from the cockpit.

    Menagerie is powered by a reliable fresh water cooled Perkins 4-236 diesel with 2621 hours. Racor 500 filters were installed in 2007 as part of the preparation to cruise south. There is separate custom refrigerator installed under a settee.

    Menagerie features newer high quality electronics. The auto pilot is a Com Nav Commander that was installed new in 2006. The radar is a newer Nobeltec digital radar. Digital radar has a lot of advantages over the older technology. The built in chartplotter and the computer downstairs are independent navigation systems offering total redundancy.

    Before the owners of Menagerie left to go cruising they performed a significant electrical upgrade. High quality components were chosen and the system is well proven. Most components were new in 2006. The owner is installing a new inverter

    Menagerie was built by the well regarded Shin Fa yard. The decks are uncluttered and the ground tackle arrangements are well thought out. Canvas was renewed in 2006 and is in excellent shape. All exterior teak was refinished in 2009.

    You could easily spend upwards of $20000 on a canvas project like the one that was performed on Menagerie in 2006. All of the canvas is Sunbrella and is in excellent condition.

    Contact the listing broker for more specifics and details