The Neville 47, designed by
Charles Neville, was conceived with serious cruising in mind. A larger version
of the original Neville 39, this vessel was designed for the sailor going solo
or a two person crew. The Neville 47 has many features to make cruising seem
more like being at home.
Neville 47 Particulars
|Length Overall: 47'-02"
||Length Waterline: 42'-06"
|| Draft: 5'-06"
|Displacement: 94000 lbs
||Ballast: 3000 lbs
|Power: 235 hp
||Fuel: 1535 gal
|Water: 260 gal
Interior design of the Carol Marie, built for Ralph & Carol
Kimball of Madison, Alabama includes a full service galley with Sub Zero refrigerator
and freezer drawers, trash compactor, dishwasher drawers, and large stove top
with oven. The spacious saloon has free standing furniture and surround sound
stereo equipment built into the cabinet area overhead. The pilothouse is equipped
with the latest electronics and two Stidd pilothouse seats for the captain and
guest. The lower level includes a master stateroom, one large head, and smaller
area with bunks and ample storage. The large engine room includes a 12kw generator,
watermaker, hydraulic system components, hot water heater, and all the pumps
and systems needed to make this a true blue water cruiser.
The exterior has an AwlGrip Marlin Blue yacht finish, gold leaf signage, and
stainless steel polished guard rail. Other exterior features include stainless
swim platform, bow thruster, stabilizers, Carlyle & Finch searchlight, hydraulic
crane, and many additional extras requested by the owner.
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