Windy City Yacht Brokerage, LLC
Chicago Boat and Yacht Sales
Jeffrey Pierce, CPYB
A classic Broward.
A major refit was underway when the owner unexpectedly passed away. There is much left to be finished. Look at the pictures. New high end appliances have been installed in the Galley. The Master Shower has been completely redone. Two years ago La Isla was moved from NC to Chicago. So the running equipment is in good shape. Her witners were inside heated storage.
Vessel Walk Through
We enter the vessel from the AFT Deck through a large sliding glass door. The size of the Salon immediately impresses. Large windows allow lots of natural light. Forward in the salon is the Dining area and forward of that is a large Entertainment Center. To starboard in the Salon is the stairwell down to a companion way the leads forward to the Master State Room and AFT to the two Guest State Rooms, each with ensuite heads.
Forward of the Salon is the Lower Helm. This can be accessed from either port or starboard from the Salon. From the Helm, there are stairs to the Bridge.
On the starboard side of the Helm are four stairs leading down to the Galley and Day Head. From the Galley to starboard are a few more stairs down to the Crew Quarters.Main Salon
The main entrance to the Salon is thru a large sliding door from the AFT Deck. There are also entrances from side doors forward. The Salon is impressive with its size. From the AFT glasssliding door all the way to the Enterainment area aft of the Helm. To starboard and aft is a wet bar with two GE under counter refrigerators.
Moving forward, there is access to the Helm from either starboard or port.
About midway in the Salon, to starboard, is a stairwell leading down to the staterooms.Galley
The Galley is to port, down 4 stairs and forward of the Helm. Immediately upon descending the stairs is the Day Head. This is a major work in process, but has had high end appliances installed.
* Fisher Paykel--Refrigerator/Freezer
* Twin Miele--Ovens
* Wine Station
* Wine Cooler
* Aft of Galley appliances is an upper end Samsung Washer and DryerMaster Stateroom
The Master is amidship and entered by a stairway from the Salon to a Companion Way. From the Companion Way, going forward is the entrance.
* King Berth on Center
* Lighted etched glass head board
* His and Hers Heads located FWD on either side of the Berth
* Each Head has a Toilet, Marble Vanity, Sink, Cabitnetry and Tile Flooring
* A large pass through Shower is enormous with new plumbing fixtures
* Two large Cedar Lockers--see photoTwin Guest State Rooms
Upon descending the stairs from the Salon, there is a Companion Way. Going FWD is the Master SR. Going AFT leads to the two Guest Stateroooms. Each SR has Twin Berths, a dresser and ensuite Heads. The Port Head has a Tub. The Stbd. Head has a walk in Shower.Crew's Quarters
The Crew's Quarters are FWD of the Galley and down a few stairs. The FWD area is in the very bow with V Shaped cabinets/counters for lots of storage. Moving AFT is a dinette with facing bench seats to Port. To Stbd. is a nice head with an enclosed shower and good sized vanity. Moving further AFT is the Engine Room door.Lower Helm
The Lower Helm is amidship with a large bench seat. Instrumentation is above and below the windshield. Notable instrumentation is:
* NAIAD Stabilizer Control
* Bow Thruster Control
* Garmin GPS map 5215
* Ray L1250 Radar
* Furuno GPS/WAS GP32
* Garmin Auto Pilot with Remote Unit
* Icom VHF IC-M127
* Icom VHF IC-M302
* Ray Tri Data
* Charles & FInch Searchlight ControlBridge
The Bridge is accessed by a stairway from the Helm. It is very large and open.
* Helm Instrumentation
* Naiad Controls
* Thruster Controls
* Furuno FCV 582L
* Ray Tri Data
* Icom VHF IC-M602
* Icom VHF IC-M302
* Panish Throttles
* Davit--Dart Quick Lift
* Sat TV--Intellian
* Mast was cut off to get under bridges. It has been saved
* Bridge fiberglass floor is roughDisclaimer
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.