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  4. Fountaine Pajot SABA 50

    Fountaine Pajot SABA 50

    Saint Augustine, Florida, United States
    2020
    £901,054

    New to market - Preliminary listing**** Updated footage and images to follow. Why wait until 2025 for new delivery? A fantastic opportunity to own a late model lightly used SABA 50 conveniently located in Florida. Fully imported and US Duty paid  The Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 catamaran continues to garner critical acclaim throughout the world for its distinctive lines, sophisticated styling, choice of spacious living areas, and outstanding offshore performance.    This 6-cabin version is ideal for a large family or a charter operation looking to maximize revenue. 10 Pax catamarans in the charter industry are profit generators. The ability to fit 5 couples and a crew on a 50ft catamaran allows owners to charge a premium compared to other 50 footers that can only carry 6 and 8 packs. Guests want to get value for money. The more rooms available the more affordable it is to share costs and therefore creating above average demand with fully booked calendars.  With an exterior profile that reflects the elegant and innovative philosophies of her designers, the sailing yacht Saba 50 turns heads wherever she goes. A generous lounge deck delivers a bold high-performance profile, while guests can also choose to unwind in the spacious cockpit or on the magnificent sun lounger at the fore, which provides an indulgent all-weather retreat adjacent to concealed storage lockers. The boat’s design provides seamless movement and communication between the cockpit, helm station and lounge deck, while the incredible space in the saloon evokes the ambience traditionally found only on much larger yachts.  Some of her key features include: Square top mainsail Electric winches Solar panels Upgraded motors Generator Air Conditioning and Heating Dual Display at Helm and Chart Table Bimini Full Enclosure White Quartz Countertops Sun Lounging Cushions on Fly Bridge Watermaker (Aquabase 130 gallons an hour) So much more       OTHER DETAILS Manufacturer Provided Description The space on-board has been optimized in order to provide magnificent accommodation. The saloon and cockpit have generous storage areas, as do the passageways, and the light-filled, spacious cabins. The Saba 50, elegant on the water and with high levels of performance, also offers a splendid place to relax with its carefully crafted flybridge lounge deck. This is integrated into the design process from the very beginning in order to give the craft its beautiful lines as well as the best possible levels of comfort, both at sea and at mooring. Movement on board has been designed so that there is direct communication between the cockpit, the helm station and the flybridge lounge deck. Technical information    Cabins: 6 Length overall: 14,98 m / 49.15 ft Beam overall: 7,99 m / 26.21 ft Draught: 1,25 m / 4.1 ft Weight: 15,7 t / 34 600 lbs Main sail: 83,5 m2 (approx.) / 899 ft2 (approx.) Fore sail: 57,5 m2 (approx.) / 619 sq ft2 (approx.) Water: 700 l (approx.) / 185 US gallons (approx.)  Fuel: 940 l (approx.) / 248 US gallons (approx.)  Engine Power: 2 x 75 cv / hp  Architect: Berret Racoupeau   BOAT DETAILS     Engines  2 x VOLVO D2 75CV engines  Port 2400 hours Starboard 1400 hours   Oceanic version  1 electric winch for mainsail  2000w inverter/charger / 220v 50hz  220v main system with charger  Auto. switch for bilge pumps  Cst mainsail full batten  Curtains in cabins  Deck shower  Double clutches for reefs 2 and 3  Dralon protective cover for wheel  Elect windlass (1500 w)  Fusion audio pack Bluetooth 4 sp.  Interior 12v outlet and waterproof exterior 12v outlet  Interior courtesy lighting  Lazy bag  Lazy jack  Mooring kit + 6 fenders  Pressurized seawater system  Two pulpit seats  Vhf mast head antenna prewired    Options  Additional batterie 150 agm  Additional fresh water pump  Additional fridge  Aft protection  Curtains in the saloon  Electric head large bowl  Electronic chart  Exportation fees  Mooring kit  Outside Canvas Dune  Profurl furling genoa  Beds with slatted bases for 6 cabins  Complete fitting out port forepeak  Complete fitting out stb forepeak  Salon table convertible into berth  Electric winch for davits  Add. windlass control chain counter  Garmin pack 1 : autopilot, vhf, ais, 1*gps 7410, 2*multi gmi20  Second vhf ais helm station  11kw 220v 50hz genset Air conditioning 220v 50hz  Solar panels 4x90/100 w  Watermaker 180l/h 50hz  Bimini for helm station  Cockpit fridge  Cockpit table  Enclosure for bimini  12v fan (max. 6)  Grey pvc outdoor upholstery  Outdoor cushions  Outdoor foredeck cushions  Taupe pvc indoor upholstery    Tender and Safety Equipment Safety Equipment with Life Raft  Dinghy (Brand New Highfield 380 Classic) and Outboard Engine   Cockpit Large cockpit: 19m², Circulation without threshold towards the saloon. Access via the transom platforms Transom platform with swimming ladder (at port) & handrail 1 cold shower in the port platform GRP Bimini protecting all the cockpit 8 seats sofa around the table 1 Teck cockpit table with a capacity of 8 places (10 places in option) Serving hatch to the galley via sliding bay 1 Large storage area under the sofa 1 fainting sofa with large storage locker 1 Transom sofa with large storage locker 2 Sunbeds 1 Gas chest for 2 bottles Space for the liferaft under the stairs leading to helm station Space on starboard side for a cockpit 75L fridge Additionnal ventilation and lighting via 1 deck hatch Lighting via 2 waterproof spotlights Space available for a barbecue on starboard side aft of the cockpit Accommodations Saloon Accessible via a single-leaf sliding door with carpeted entrance Panoramic vie through picture windows Natural lighting via 2 glass panels 1 veneered table 6 places bench seat Large storage boxes under the bench Ventilation via to 2 large front opening hatches Main lighting system by 5 spotlights Quintet Version Aft Cabin Access from the companionway via a wooden door  Queen-size Island Bed (1,60x2,00 m approx)  Drawer below the bed with frontal access  Bedside shelves  Wardrobe  Cupboard with shelves in it  Ventilation via a deck hatch + 1 porthole overlooking the rear deck  Rear panoramic window  Large picture-window on hull side  Curtains to all windows  Main lighting via 2 spotlights & 2 berth lights  1 Bedside two-way switch  Clothes hooks  Lining covered ceilings   Fore Cabin Access from the companionway via a wooden door Queen-size Island Bed (1,60x2,00 m approx) Drawer below the bed with frontal access Wardrobe Ventilation thanks to a deck hatch & 1 porthole Large picture-window on hull side Curtains to all windows and doors Main lighting via 2 spotlights & 2 berth lights 1 Bedside two-way switch Clothes hook Lining covered ceilings Central cabin Access from the companionway via a wooden door Queen-size bed (1,60x2,00 approx.) Drawer below the bed with frontal access Wardrobe Ventilation thanks to a deck hatch & 1 porthole Large picture-window on hull side Curtains to all windows and doors Main lighting via 2 spotlights & 2 berth lights 1 Bedside two-way switch Clothes hook Lining covered ceilings Aft cabin  Access from the cockpit though Plexiglas door including keylock Queen-size bed (1,60x2,00 approx.) Drawer below the bed with frontal access Wardrobe Cupboard with shelves in it Ventilation thanks to a deck hatch Large picture-window on hull side Curtains to all windows and doors Lining covered ceilings Aft, central and fore bathroom Access via wooden door Washbasin with worktop Mirror with shelf Hot and cold freshwater system from mixer faucet Shower separated via a Plexiglas panel Electric drainage pump for greywater Mixing valve tap for shower Large manual marine toilet Storage closet with shelves under the worktop Clothes hooks Ventilation thanks to 1 deck hatch Lighting via 2 spotlights Galley Galley opened to the outside thanks to a sliding bay Ventilation via 1 opening hatch above stove top Worktop Twin stainless-steel sinks 1 top accessed trash can, bags removed through separate door Pressurized hot and cold freshwater system from mixer faucet 1 x 4 burner stove with pan holder 1 stainless gas oven 2 large cupboards under the sinks accommodating a dishwasher (optionally) Front closet that can accommodate a maximum volume of 130L/34gals inrefrigeration mode or 90L/24gals in conservation mode 1 cutlery drawer, 2 drawer for pots & pans 190L cold storage volume (12V) in central “island” cabinet 1 large storage cupboard on the starboard side of the entrance 3 storage spaces underneath the floor 4 spotlights Engines 2 Saildrive Volvo engine D2- 55CV 3 Blades fixed propeller Salt water filters Engine cooled via heat exchanger Complete engine panel and dual controls at helm station Hour meter Electrics Power system 2 x 115A/12V engine alternators 1 set starboard onboard/engine batteries of 600A/h (4 x 150 Ah) 1 port engine battery of 50A/h/ 800CCA 1 automatic back-up link and 1 Manual back-up link 12V electrical distribution panel General 12V distribution panel at chart table protected via circuit breakers Voltmeter for onboard batteries Spare sockets for extra equipment   All accomodation lightings LED All LED lighting functions monitored by multiplexing system Electronics 1 V.H.F. mast head antenna Mast and Boom Mast and boom in anodized aluminum Complete standing rigging Ball bearing mainsail luff cars 1 tackle on mainsail halyard 1 topping lift 3 reef pennants 1 genoa halyard 1 spinnaker halyard Lazy-jack Clutches on all halyards for genoa, spinnaker and topping lift Clutches on reef pennants at boom exit 2 flag halyards Navigation, running and mooring lights Deck lighting Sails Full batten CSR mainsail Roller genoa furler Genoa with UV band Helm Station 1 mainsheet tackle led aft to coach roof 1 clutch for mainsail sheet 2 size 60 self tailing winches for mainsail and genoa sheets 1 Ball bearing mainsheet traveler 2 x tackle on mainsheet traveler clutches with back on roof 2 x genoa tracks with load block 2 genoa sheets 1 size 50 self tailing winchs for main halyard and reef lines 1 halyard storage bag Other Equipment 1 steering compass 3 winch handles with their 3 pockets Pulpit and pushpit, stanchions with upper and lower guardrails Pulpits with bow pulpit seats Access to transom 2 x tender davits with 1 x size 46 winch on port side 7 mooring cleats ( 2 foredeck + 2 middle + 2 astern + 1 in anchor well) Protection for both transom 6 fenders 2 x 50 ft long mooring lines 1 x 1500W electric windlass with circuit breaker protection Anchor fairlead under bridge deck with built-in bridle 1 roller on forward beam Net on forward beam 1 kit of spare parts Disclaimer The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.            

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  5. Morrelli & Melvin 50

    Morrelli & Melvin 50

    Annapolis, Maryland, United States
    2007
    £614,094

    SHOOTING STAR  2007 Morrelli & Melvin ‘Shooting Star’ comes from the iconic multihull designers that were behind the original Gunboats. Compared to her Gunboat sisters, Shooting Star takes a step further in the direction of minimalist, fast, yet cruising capable offshore catamarans. This is a boat that was built to sail, while still offering enough comfort and equipment to remain away from the dock while cruising the island destination of your choice. Performance is achieved with long slender hulls, carbon fiber mast, and daggerboards. One of the most unique features of ‘Shooting Star’ is the central command station. All sailing controls and steering are centrally located behind the mast, yet inside the cabin. This arrangement provides the visibility benefits of a forward cockpit without having to step out into the weather or expose the cabin to an open door in rough conditions.  While Shooting Star is a purist’s sailboat, she was designed and smartly upgraded to allow comfortable cruising without spoiling performance. The bridge deck cabin features unimpeded 360 degree views with various opening windows and a sliding convertible roof. When ambient temperatures aren’t conducive for natural ventilation, Espar Airtronic cabin heaters and Cruiseair air conditioning keep the boat comfortable. Shooting Star can comfortably sail in the sunny Bahamas or foggy Maine. The galley features ample countertop space (13’ outboard and 5’ inboard), fridge/freezer space for extended cruising, 3 burner propane stove, and plenty of cabinet space for cookware and food storage.  Power demands while off the grid are taken care of by cabin top solar, a large Balmar alternator on each engine, and a Watt & Sea hydro generator. Another smart upgrade is the addition of bow thrusters;  light weight catamarans have been described as a ‘leaf blowing across the water’ when docking in a cross breeze.  Shooting Star’s construction is of S-glass/Kevlar/carbon reinforcement in high load areas, foam core, and epoxy resin. S-glass is approximately 30% stronger than the industry standard E-glass, yet more impact resistant than carbon. The interior is kept light and simple with faired and painted surfaces. No liners to add weight or allow mold to grow.  Over the past decade, the current owner has enjoyed Shooting Star from the Eastern Caribbean to Maine. A highlight of his cruising was in the Ragged Islands, where the vertical lifting rudders opened up skinny water anchorages few boats this size could dream of! While under his ownership he consistently balanced the need for speed with comfort. New projects are consuming much of his free time and he has decided pass along Shooting Star. Don’t miss this opportunity to own one of the most unique catamarans on the market! PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY and WALK THROUGH COMING SOON 

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  7. Maxim 57

    Maxim 57

    Charleston, South Carolina, United States
    2006
    £450,117

    An Opportunity to own a performance orientated Catamaran designed by World Renowned Naval Architect Alexander Simonis does not come around often and especially at this price point  Dreamsfloat is a 2006 5 Cabin Maxim 57 Catamaran built in Cape Town and currently transiting the South Atlantic under sail on route to Charleston, South Carolina. This proves her Capability as a Blue Water cruiser.  The MAXIM 57 is a very purposeful seagoing vessel and with a vast amount of usable space on board both inside and out for a boat this size. The control line arrangement on the Maxim 57 makes it easy to sail shorthanded due to the control lines leading back to the cockpit. Extra halyards were installed for reassurance and safety and the boat features ample flat deck space for ease of maneuverability while underway.  Dreamsfloat would make an ideal expedition vessel for large families wanting to explore off the grid  or perhaps an affordable expedition catamaran for remote charters in uncharted waters. Built to sail around the world with the length over the waterline and bridge deck clearence that most cruisers can dream of.  The previous owner has completely re-fitted her at a cost of over $150,000 with new sails, new standing rigging, new running rigging, fresh bottom job, new chargers, brand new water maker and a Brand new Solar Arch with solar creating additional shade and protection in the cockpit.   Dimensions and Details   DIMENSIONS + DETAILS Designer: Alex Simonis Builder: Maxim Year: 2006 Length: 17.4 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Draft: 1.5 meters Displacement: 10,000 kg Cruising speed: 7 kts Maximum speed: 8 kts   ACCOMMODATIONS 4 king size berths + 1 single crew cabin Headroom in saloon: 2 meters 4 showers (Interior) 1 shower (Exterior) 4 heads (2 electric 2 manual) 4 holding tanks   RECENT UPGRADES + IMPROVEMENTS Brand New High Output Saltech Custom Water Maker  Brand New Solar Arch and Solar array  Serviced saildrive units 2021 Max sailing speed was 15knots Max engine speed was 7 knots New fold away davit system to support 3.8m RIB 2019 2 Fridge + 2 Freezer (one fridge can be wired into a 3rd freezer if needed) Loads of deck and interior storage Full deck spares Assorted Hand Tools included New bottom paint (2022) New standing rigging, Associate Riggers Cape Town (2020) All new bilge pumps (2018) Hand-cleaned fuel tanks and fuel lines (2018) New Evolution Autopilot (2018) New i60 Instrument Display (2018) New I70s Multifunction Instrument (2018) New Raymarine iTC-5 Instrument Transducer Converter (plus 1 sparre iTC-5 (2018) New Raymarine Fishfinder, sonar computer for multi-screen monitor (2018) New Victron Energy Multiplus 12V/3000VA/70A-50/120V VE. Bus Inverter/Charger (2018) New Victron Energy Phoenix 12V/2000VA/230V 50hz Smart Inverter (2022) New Northsail Main and Gennaker (2018) New Northsail UV covers on Genoa (2018) New Southern ropes halyards and sheets with complete rope spares on board (2018) New serviced main and generator engines with complete set of services spares on board (2018) New Simrad GMDSS VHF handheld (2018) Serviced SD70 saildrive units (2018) New Fishing gear with 2 rods and 2 hand lines and assorted lures. (2022) New sheets and bedding (2022) New bow seats (2022) Trampoline restitched and new rope (2022) USB plugs added to salon and cockpit (2022) NEW Engine Mounts (2022) NEW Weber BBQ (2022) NEW Blue Sugar Scoop Courtesy Lights (2022)     TANKAGE + PLUMBING 500 liters fixed tanks (250 liters each fixed tank) plus 18 x 20 liter jerry cans Range of 2000nm  Air Conditioning needs servicing Fuel tanks: 2 Fuel tank capacity: 250 liters per tank Fuel tank material: Fiberglass Water tanks: 2 Water tank capacity: 250 liters per tank Water tank material: Fiberglass Desalinator: Custom NEW fresh water pumps (2022)   GALLEY Gas stove + 4 burners Gas Oven NEW Microwave (2022) Fridge/freezer x2 2 sinks Hot water Salt Water faucet Bread Maker Air Fryer Toaster Full set of pots and pans Full set of plates, cups and silverware POWER 2 x outlets on Aftdeck for 12volt cooler boxes 6 x 270W Solar Panels (1620 watts)  120V North American and 230V European Inverters on board.  Shore power 10 batteries (2018) Battery charger + one spare (2018) Battery management system 2x Onan Generator Balmar 150A/12V alternators plus one spare ON DECK Replaced ALL thru hull fittings (seacocks) (2020 and 2022) New covers all round. Cockpit, Mainsail, Geneo New halyards and sheets 2020. All Dyneema 3.8 RIB with 20hp Suzuki 4 stroke (2020) Anchor windlass 2 anchors Anchor chains with one spare Electric Deck winches   Cockpit table Marlin board Ladder Fenders Davits Mainsail: 1x new (2018) Headsails: 1x new (2019) Storm jib: 1 good condition Spinnakers: 1x new gennaker (2018) Code 0: 1x new (2018) Rig: One mast, mast pulled and serviced (2020) Main mast material: aluminum Spreaders: Yes Standing rigging: New (2020) Underwater lights   NAVIGATION + ELECTRONICS Professionally installed ICON M802 SSB Radioi VHF/AIS 2020 and antenna with heavy duty cable shielding. 1 spare complete Raymarine autopilot ready to go in case of emergency 1 spare Raymarine iTC5 unit 1 spare Raymarine windvane BAT 2019 WIFI ANTENNA Separate DATA 3/4G Lte High speed DATA antenna Raymarine autopilot, gps and fishfinder (2018) 1 VHF Raymarine fixed installed Raymarine Wind speed and Direction Model (2018) Raymarine depthsounder Raymarine Radar TV NEW Stereo System with bluetooth (2022) Compass Iridium go SAFETY Navigation lights NEW EPIRB (2022) First aid Gas detector Manual and electric bilge pumps Fire extinguishers Fire blanket Flares MOB alert Life jackets - 4 NEW Offshore Automatic Inflatable Life Jackets (2022) Safety harness Life rings   Broker remarks and comments****   The engines have recently been rebuilt but have high hours. They are currently operational but in my  experience I would consider a repower for resale in the future. The boat has air conditioners in all cabins. 4 are not currently operational. The owners cabin is operational at the moment. The batteries in my view need to be replaced although operational they are loosing their charge. All of these items can be verified by your preferred surveyor.    The cost to build a 57 footer with this spec and layout would be astronomical and has been priced as such.    Not for sale to US Citizens whilst in US waters (The sellers are going to fully import the vessel upon arrival but this has to be displayed until such a time that Duty as been paid) 

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  8. Two Oceans Open Ocean 500

    Two Oceans Open Ocean 500

    Durban, South Africa
    2008
    £384,526

    Built by Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing in Cape Town, South Africa (The largest custom-made catamaran manufacturer and builders of the Balance 442 and 482) Pivot Point is no ordinary blue water cruiser. She was designed by world renowned Naval Architect Alexander Simonis. With sleek lines, a stiff structure and an interior that offers tremendous space for a cruising family or a couple wanting to sail in comfort without compromising on performance at a realistic price point.  People forget about what is important in a Blue Water cruising Catamaran. The most crucial system on any vessel is its steering system, once compromised you have no control. Pivot Point sports protected Skeg rudders giving the helmsman peace of mind when navigating shallow waters or making open ocean passages. The steering mechanism (Chain) is located in a serviceable location at chest level for easy service, repair and adjustment in the salon on the main bulkhead.  The helmsman is completely protected inside the cockpit with easy access to the salon and navigation Centre. The cockpit is protected and spacious with a large table with wrap around seating for dinning or a remote workstation.  The aft deck holds a breakfast bar area with two seats for those mornings you want to have Coffee with a view or fillet a freshly caught Pelagic whilst sitting underway. The bar also provides protection when walking along the aft transom and offers additional reenforced storage for the tender outboard. Above the aft breakfast bar is a large custom made stainless solar arch that doubles up as a secure Davit for tender storage underway as well as sunshade on the tender and breakfast bar. The Interior is uncluttered, roomy and well laid out. Without unnecessary ceiling panels and upholstery that allows her to age with grace and provides minimalistic simplicity. The salon table adjusts into a Coffee table or a full bed for movie nights. A large navigation station with multiple draws and a large chart table is conveinently located in the salon. Two daybeds are centrally located midships on the outboard side of each hull providing comfort in rough conditions. Under the daybeds there are large storage areas for access to the air-conditioning, top loading washing machine and other equipment.  4 cabins with on-suite heads and showers have raised queen bunks with decent overhead ventilation. Storage space on both the outboard and inboard side of the hull are plentiful.  All heads have been converted to electric with the most recent upgrade in both forward cabins including new modern large toilets, basins and mixers.  This boat has had a full refit and haul to prepare her for the journey across the Atlantic and will be making her way to America from South Africa in December 2022.The new buyer can join on the delivery with an experienced Captain.   Selling features  Lithium battery bank (April 2022)  Self-Tacking Jib  Custom made Hardtop Bimini with rain water catchment  Protected helm station with updated electronics  Upgraded Solar arch  Breakfast bench on the aft transom  Full Air Conditioned (Installation in progress Nov 2022)  Pivot Point has had a lot of critical work done in recent years. Let's break it down  Hull:  New Bottom Job April (2022) All new Through Hulls replaced with new valves (2022)  Rudders removed and rudder bolts replaced (2022)  Saildrives serviced (2022) All anodes replaced (2022)  Engines  2x Yanmar 39 HP Diesel Engines 3k+ Hours  Saildrives  Sails and Rigging  New Forestay (2019) Updated stainless standing rigging with new cap shrouds (2019) Self Tacking jib (Original Sail 2008)  Mainsail (Original Sail 2008)  Spinnaker  Electrical New 3000KVA Victron Inverter (April 2022) Victron Color control battery monitor  Lithium Battery bank (2022)  Newly added USB charging ports in each cabin 9KW Cummins Onan Marine Generator (400 hours)  Total of 1450 Watt Solar with 3 solar controllers  Shore power with cable and spare socket  All new LED lighting 2020  Electronics  Furano Radar ( 2019)  Auto Pilot  Furano Charter plotter (2019) with backup Samsung tablet  Furano GPS  Fish and Depth finder Furano  Boss marine speakers  Accommodations  4 cabins  4 heads with refurbished basins and mixers (2020) Floor is teak and holly vacuum laminiated  Interior largely white with Cherry Wood trim. Maple doors all in high quality lacquer finish  Galley and Amenities  3 Burner stove top with propane oven  Rossel hobs Microwave (2021)  1 Fridge  1 Freezer  Ice Maker  3 Propane Bottles  Twin Sink with separate drying bin  Multiple storage areas  Washing Machine Top loader  High Output water maker (new High pressure pump 2022)  Plumbing  2x Built in fiberglass water tank total 800L with interconnected valves  2 claroifiers  4 electric Bilge pumps  3 manual bilge pumps  Built in black water tanks  On Deck  25 Kg Rocna Anchor  Chain 10mm x 60M and 10mm x 40M spare  Warp 40M  Lewmar Windlass 1000  10 Man life raft  Epirb  Stern shower hot and cold  Emergency tiller (2020)    A large selection of spares and tools accompany this vessel      Broker remarks and disclosures   This boat was struck by lightning in 2014 hence the full electrical restoration with tinned copper. Every wire and fixture has been replaced including a full rewiring of the mast that was taken down serviced and inspected. This should be seen as a positive factor.   

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