A huge price reduction of $450,000 to below $1.2 million. Seller is moving in a different direction and wants this boat sold!
Over $30,000 electronics upgrade May 2020 and $30,000 in engine service Fall 2020 and Spring 2021!
Kettle Two is lightly used and professionally maintained. The Austin Parker 54 Fly is a very big 54' yacht. The curvy, unmistakable lines of the Austin Parker immediately reveal its character: both inside and outside, elegance and sophistication blend with modern, functional design to place this craft beyond fashion and cliché.
Performance is excellent: cruising speed of 30 knots plus with very reasonable fuel consumption thanks to the combination of the two 900 HP MAN engines, the light weight and the optimized lines of the hull. The 740 gallons of fuel delivers a long range with 159 gallon of freshwater aboard.
On the outside, she has a large cockpit served by a roomy bathing platform and the hangar for the tender. The interior is furnished in a warm, comfortable style, with the mood set by use of orange and brown shades alongside wood, with attractive light-dark combinations that give light and interest to the design schemes.
Quality construction and sophisticated solutions are particularly noticeable in the interiors, such as the spacious saloon furnished with leather sofas, given added prestige by the separate galley located just underneath the companion way leading to the cabins; an elegant steel and glass handrail assists access to the galley and the below-deck accommodation.
The cabins are elegant, finished in leather and wood. The owner’s cabin has the bed at the side and has its own en-suite bathroom, while the guest cabin has twin beds and a separate bathroom. The layout comprises 3 cabins, 2 bathrooms, crew cabin with bathroom, large saloon and separate galley.
The electronics package was updated to Garmin this spring (2020) and a stern thruster was added 2019.
The engine room is accessed from the cockpit by means of a large hatch, while the carefully designed layout of the engines and systems allows trouble-free inspection of all parts.
Contact listing broker : Mark Edwards, CPYB - 774-526-0914 cell and firstname.lastname@example.org
KETEL TWO is a gorgeous boat with five living areas including the cockpit, bow and sun pad, Salon, Flybridge and area below decks and staterooms. She is a large volume boat with lovely appointments including painted and textured surfaces that are soothing and inviting and fully exhibit the best of Italian design and execution.
One level step in from the cockpit you enter a salon that exudes grace and comfort. A U-shaped settee to stbd has storage under and the table has two leaves to fold out to sit six or more for dinner. Opposite to port is along cabinet with TV on lift, and storage under for liquor and glasses. Up a step to the helm with a large double helm bench with flip up bolster for support if standing. The helm console is in carbon and well laid out and visibility from the helm is excellent. Two overhead deck hatches serve as skylights for added light and air in the cabin.
Down several stairs is a beautiful galley which is has a cathedral ceiling effect under the overhang of the windshields. There is a large single basin polished stainless steel sink, plenty of counter space, a four burner electric cooktop and microwave convection oven. Fwd is a full size refrigerator and freezer with painted panels as covers to match the interior decor. Two opening portlights and an oven vent add air.
Three staterooms below include a master cabin forward with the island berth offset to port, large windows, two opening portlights and lockers and hanging locker. There is direct access to an en suite head with large ceramic basin sink, bidet, toilet, and tiled stall shower with waterfall head and shower wand.
Across from the galley is a day head with sink, toilet, and tiled stall shower. Down two steps you find matching guest cabins to port and stbd, each with two twin beds.
All bedrooms and the salon have TVs. The interior decor is a mix of fabric textured and lacquer painted surfaces.
On the Exterior, there is a submersible swim platform and up three stairs through a transom door into the cockpit which features a long L shaped settee to stbd with two movable stools and a table to sit six or eight for cocktails and dinner. There is a cockpit fridge to port. The deck walkways are wide and look great in teak decking. A huge sun pad is secured to the bow. The flybridge has a wonderful U shaped settee to stbd with hi-lo table and a double bench seat at the helm.
A captains cabin is located under the stbd settee seat in the cockpit and features a berth, shower, toilet and fold-down sink. At present, this space is used for storage.