The 450 Voyager Pilothouse is an elegant motoryacht with overnighting accommodations for six. It is the entry point in the Voyager series which is designed to gather everyone around the skipper in the lower pilothouse with plenty of seating.
The 450 offers a spacious salon with wrap around sofa, entertainment center and wet bar. It's two steps up to the raised pilothouse that has a plush leather captain's chair and curved lounge for four. The full galley comes complete with everything you'll need to create a great meal, and it's situated between the salon and pilothouse so you can still maintain a conversation. The 450 has two staterooms, each with queen-sized berths and private head.
Super clean inside and out with all the right options and upgrades, updated electronics, popular 2 state room floor plan, Electric Davit for the toys. Low hour 370 Cummins gives her an honest 18 knot cruise. Lower and upper helm with redundant electronics (Bow Thruster, Autopilot, Depth Sounder/Speed Log, VHF/Hailer, Radar, GPS, Forward Search Light) Air conditioning w/reverse cycle heat. she is a true live aboard or long distance cruiser, Washer, Central Vac system.
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Make: Twin Cummins
Hp: 370 X2
Cruising speed: 18 Kts
Walk into the cockpit of the 450, and you’ll find a wide-open area that’s big enough for sportfishing, protected by high gunwales and a shade-providing dinghy deck (on the flybridge, above). There’s an opening transom gate and a wide molded-in swim platform, for convenience when you’re diving with friends or bringing aboard a monster billfish catch.
Instead of a ladder, the 450’s cockpit has easy-to-climb molded-in steps leading up to the flybridge, to starboard. And a few more molded-in steps on the port side lead to the sidedecks and foredeck area, protected by a sweeping stainless steel rail.
You enter the saloon by grabbing a sculpted piece of stainless steel hardware and passing through a curved sliding door, imported from the United Kingdom. It’s a work of art in itself — but when you open it, you’ll gaze upon another eye-catcher, opposite the entry: a wet bar with a mirrored sink and craftsman like cherry wood cabinetry.
A comfortable L-shaped settee is to port, with double built-in recliners — as comfortable as the La-Z-Boy at home, but a lot more elegant. It’s fronted by a high-low table that opens up to double its size for cocktails and dining. Another settee is located to starboard, which converts to a berth for guests.
The pilothouse is two steps up from the saloon, forward of the smaller settee. It offers a whopping seven feet of headroom, and is open to the saloon for easy conversation under way. There’s a large settee opposite the helm station, so that four to six people can relax with the skipper and enjoy the pilothouse’s remarkable 360 degree view.
The 450’s helm seat is like something out of Star Trek: an Ultraleather upholstered command chair with optional six-way power, for maximum comfort. A joystick, built into the left armrest, can be used for one-touch steering and to control the autopilot.
Just a few steps away from the saloon’s reclining settee is a well-designed galley. In fact, it’s so well designed, it doesn’t look like a galley, and it functions as an expansive walkway between the saloon and the two forward staterooms.
The spacious galley area is well appointed, with maple hardwood flooring, solid-surface Karadon countertops, a solid-surface sink with a designer faucet and a cutting board that fits over the sink when it is not in use. There’s also a three-burner countertop range, a roomy Nova Cool undercounter refrigerator/freezer, a built-in coffeemaker and a microwave oven.
To starboard, the master stateroom features a queen-size berth and a stereo system, plus something you wouldn’t expect: a mirrored ceiling. There’s ample storage, with nightstands on either side of the berth, under-berth storage compartments, cherry wood cabinetry that conceals more storage and an optional washer and dryer behind sliding wooden doors.
Standing headroom is impressive, and the overhead halogen spot lighting provides a warm ambiance. The stateroom also comes with a 13-inch color television, and a sliding cabin door, so that no one will ever get hit by opening or closing doors.
The master head has curved cherry cabinetry, a fiberglass liner and a shower stall with clear plexiglass doors. It also has a mirrored overhead, which gives a feeling of spaciousness and makes the most of the room’s lighting.
A guest head is on the port side of the alcove. It is spacious and also features curved cherry cabinetry and overhead mirrors. The adjacent forward stateroom is as large as the master, and is in fact a little brighter, thanks to light from an overhead portlight. It has a queen-size berth with under-berth storage, a 13-inch TV and cherry wood detailing.
The 450’s second steering station is easily accessible from the cockpit, from those molded-in steps mentioned earlier. You enter through a hatch in the flybridge deck, which can be closed in bad weather.
The bridge towers high above the water and has a surprising amount of entertainment space. It’s wide and open, yet there’s a feeling of safety, thanks to high sides and a wrap-around windshield.
As you enter, a large dinghy storage deck is aft, which can hold up to an 8.5-foot dinghy and an optional Marquipt davit — or it can serve as an additional sunpad area. Forward, there’s a sink and an icemaker (or an optional refrigerator) to starboard, and settee seating on both sides. The portside settee has a round high-low table and plenty of room for four to six adults. The smaller settee, to starboard, offers seating for two.
Swivel bucket seats are provided for the helm and companion positions, behind a curved wrap-around windshield. The flybridge helm on our test boat was equipped with a full array of multifunction gauges, a compass and a sophisticated optional electronics package that included a Raytheon Raydata navigation system and an autopilot. The flybridge also has its own stereo system — one of three separate systems on the boat.
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