“Cash Flow” is actually home berthed behind a private estate home in Nassau, N.P. Bahamas and has benefited from responsible updating by the yacht’s present and knowledgeable owners. With her 3-stateroom/3-head layout and enclosed, climate-controlled flybridge/skylounge, Cash Flow is ready today to take her next owners cruising in comfort. The Odyssey design checks a lot of the boxes; sporting reliable T- 800 HP Caterpillar 3406E’s for good power, a tender garage under the aft-deck to safely keep the tender hidden from view and off of the deck and out of the sun and, a spacious and comfortable interior layout with galley-up.
“Cruising should be an adventure, and enjoying your favorite destinations onboard this 57 Odyssey will not only get you there in luxurious style but also with smart performance and roomy accommodations. Ocean built this yacht for those who seek broad-beamed stability and spacious accommodations, reliable diesel speed, agile handling and outstanding Sea-keeping ability.”
“Cash Flow” has benefitted from responsible updating by the yacht’s present and knowledgeable owners and with her 3-stateroom/3-head layout and enclosed, climate-controlled fly-bridge/skylounge, is ready today to take her next owners cruising in comfort. The Odyssey design checks a lot of the boxes; sporting reliable T- 800 HP Caterpillar 3406E’s for good power, a tender garage under the aft-deck to safely keep the tender hidden from view and off of the deck and out of the sun and, a spacious and comfortable interior layout with galley-up and three double staterooms for owners and guests.
A few of her fine features include a 15 KW Westerbeke generator, 400 GPD Water-Maker (2015), 4-zone air conditioning & heat, 2015 Simrad GPS/Chart plotter, Simrad autopilot, 2015 Intellian satellite TV system w/ 3 receivers, washer/dryer units, Bose 35 stereo system, 5 TVs, Vetus bow thruster and more.
“Cash Flow” is for sale by the yacht’s only second owner.
One enters the spacious Saloon from the raised aft-deck of the Odyssey model and an “L” – shaped sofa has been built-in to the port side and has a matching ottoman/coffee table in front. The sole of the saloon was freshly re-carpeted at the end of the year, 2014 and a new Bose surroundsound system makes listening to music or watching movies on the TV in stereo a whole new experience. To starboard is a single occasional chair with a teak & oak wood TV cabinet built-in just forward of this. Across and opposite to port is a circular stairway which provides inside access to the flybridge/skylounge above. Forward of the saloon and up a couple of steps you find the Galley to port and a dinette with teak table and seating for 4 persons across to the starboard side. (See a list of galley appliances following below).
Forward of the galley/dinette a companionway leads forward and down to the owners/guests accommodations. The Master’s Stateroom is aft, located amidships and features a king-size bed with dual nightstands, teak vanity, loads of drawer and hanging locker clothing storage and a head with stall shower en-suite. Forward of the master’s stateroom and on starboard side is the guest’s head/ dayhead and this head serves the guests in the stateroom across to the port side. This guest’s stateroom features twin single berths with a nightstand between. The VIP guest’s stateroom is all the way forward and features a queen-size bed, good storage for clothing and a private head with stall shower en-suite.
The Sky-lounge, accessible from the interior set of circular stairs or from an exterior ladder leading up from the aft-deck, is an all-weather command bridge. This climate-controlled area features a fully instrumented helm station on the center-line, 2 platinum series Pompanette pedestal seats for the helmsperson and a companion, a settee for two and across from this, a wet bar with built-in TV and a recently installed new refrigerator w/ ice-maker. Aft of the Skylounge through hinged door is an outdoor
lounge-deck with seating for taking in the sun and also a back-down engine control and docking station. A ladder leads down from this deck to the aft-deck below and a molded in fiberglass swim platform is aft and down from the aft-deck. Access to the engine room is through a hatch forward and down from the aft-deck.
During 2015 a turbo failure on the port main engine caused this engine to “run-away” requiring its rebuilding. With support from Caterpillar and the owner’s insurance company, the engine was removed from the vessel and completely rebuilt by Cat-Tech Diesel Inc. – Miami, FL. with all new parts from and including the crank on up. At the same time, the starboard engine was also brought up to 2015 Cat engine Specs, installing the new, improved and updated after-coolers. Detailed service reports by Cat-Tech Diesel, Inc. and copies of work orders for all work is available for a prospective buyer and/or his mechanic’s inspection.
1535 SE 17th Street
Suite 103 B
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316