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Old 11-11-2020, 01:04 PM   #1
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1999 Jefferson Rivanna 52' - Palmetto, FL - $224,900

It is with profound regret that our beloved Wanderlust is offered for sale. This is a great opportunity to pick up a turn-key liveaboard for a very reasonable price. The previous owners extensively cruised the Bahamas and completed the Great Loop.

Jeffersons are tough boats with solid fiberglass hulls and real wood interiors. The 52' Rivanna was typically a three stateroom vessel but this one was designed with the third stateroom as an office. Other notable features include:
* A walk-in pantry
* 840 watts of solar power
* A 900 gallon per day water maker
* Up-to-date software and maps on the touch screen chart plotter
* A new GE electric cooktop
* Bauer scuba compressor and four scuba tanks
* No "boat" smells
* 4' draft
* 20' air draft with antennas up

The survey is about a year and a half old. I'm happy to supply the survey to interested buyers. All of the items found on the engine were minor and the technician repaired them after the sale completed. All of the items found by the surveyor were minor and have been repaired by me. Most were just recommendations by ABYC, not actual defects.

Local or Regional delivery and training can be included.


2020

* Removed and serviced Aftercoolers and Transmission coolers ($3000)
* Replaced master stateroom a/c with Dometic 12k BTU (two year parts and labor) ($3000)
* Oil and filter changes, fuel filter changes, and cooling systems flushed with Barnacle Buster
* Installed new hour meters for main engines
* Dinghy: New bimini top, new seat cushions, new fuel injectors, fuel lines, and water separator
* New watermaker membranes ($800)
* New, modern faucet in galley


2019

* Bottom paint stripped, two coats of barrier coat epoxy, and three coats of Petit Trinidad bottom paint ($17,000)
* Custom stairs from cockpit to aft deck ($2000)
* New Salon sofa ($2400)
* New 18 bottle wine refrigerator
* New GE Cooktop
* Updated Garmin chartplotter software and maps
* Garmin chartplotter networked to Simrad Autopilot (Autopilot will do turn-by-turn navigation)
* Hull and superstructure waxed


Documentation

* Original purchase paperwork and Jefferson owner’s manual
* Meticulous maintenance records
* Logs of each trip
* Monthly safety survey


Flybridge

* Garmin 7612xsv 12” touchscreen chart plotter with latest software update and updated charts
* Depthfinder
* Simrad AP28 autopilot networked to Garmin chartplotter
* Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF radio
* Raymarine C120W 12” chartplotter with color depth finder and rear view camera feed
* Furuno 4’ Open Array Radar
* Raymarine AIS Class B transponder
* Pompanette Helm and Copilot seats
* Plentiful seating
* Dining table
* 12 life jackets
* Handheld spot light
* Floating ditchbag stocked with MREs, water, and flares
* ePirb


Aft Deck

* Wet bar
* Refrigerator/ice maker
* Solar shade screens
* Propane tank for gas grill
(aft deck furniture shown in photos does not stay)

Salon

* 24,000 BTU air conditioning
* 19" flat screen TV
* New L-shaped sofa
* Accordion shades
* Large windows for lots of natural light and fresh air


Galley

* Microwave/Convection oven
* Refrigerator/freezer
* Four burner electric cooktop
* Wine refrigerator
* Lots of extra storage under the dinette cushions
* Updated faucet


Master Stateroom

* 12,000 BTU air conditioning
* Separate, stacked washer and dryer
* Two hanging lockers
* Spare propellors (under bed)
* New mattress
* Plentiful storage


Guest Stateroom

* Queen island bed
* Vanity
* 14,000 BTU air conditioning
* One hanging locker


Office

* Custom, built-in office
* 7 cubic foot deep freeze in hanging locker
* Manuals for all systems on board


Walk-in Pantry


Engine room

* Volvo TAMD 72P main engines 420 hp each with 2600 hours
* Combined burn rate of 5.6 gallons per hour at 8.6 knots
* Two 300 gallon fuel tanks
* Northern Lights 16 kw generator with sound enclosure, 6299 hours
* Plentiful lighting
* Watermaker control
* Dripless Shaft Seals
* Lots and lots of spare parts in organized and labeled bins
* Dozens of spare filters for the watermaker
* Three spare freshwater pumps
* One spare a/c pump
* One spare transmission damper plate
* One spare macerator


Cockpit

* Four aluminum 80 cf scuba tanks
* Custom stairs to make aft deck access easier
* Gas grill


Lazarette

* Spare plow anchor
* Fluke anchor with chain/rope rode
* Bauer scuba compressor
* Hookah rig
* Dinghy towing rig
* Manual bilge pump
* Lots of storage room


Deck

* Dunnage box with extra lines, black ball for anchoring, and Mantus snubber line
* Six barrel fender
* Two large ball fenders
* 73# plow anchor
* 200’ of chain, marked with rope every 30’
* Tiderider 7 step boarding stairs
* Moveable boarding ladder for side boarding
* Spare propellor shaft


Electronics

* 840 watts of solar panels on the roof of the flybridge
* Village Marine Little Wonder 900 gallon per day watermaker with new membranes
* Five AGM house batteries
* Bow thruster with separate battery bank and charger
* KVH satellite dome (not currently being used)
* Remote weather station

Dinghy

* 2005 Rendova 11.5’ Center console
* Retubed in 2014
* Garmin Chartplotter/depthfinder/fishfinder
* One year old West Marine sealed AGM battery
* 2016 30 HP Suzuki outboard with new fuel injectors and fuel lines
* New cushions
* New bimini top
* New steering wheel
* 800 lb crane on dinghy deck








(Now covered in indoor/outdoor fabric)































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Old 11-11-2020, 01:06 PM   #2
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Do you have any overall pics of the galley/Salon? Can't get a good pic in my head how it is laid out. Also, overall pic of fly bridge, bow/anchor windlass, and swim step? Thanks.
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Do you have any overall pics of the galley/Salon? Can't get a good pic in my head how it is laid out. Also, overall pic of fly bridge, bow/anchor windlass, and swim step? Thanks.
I'll take some. It'll be a few minutes. They won't be the most flattering because Tropical Storm Eta is dumping rain all over everything but I'll post those shortly and it will give you an idea.
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Do you have any overall pics of the galley/Salon? Can't get a good pic in my head how it is laid out. Also, overall pic of fly bridge, bow/anchor windlass, and swim step? Thanks.
I tried to do a panorama shot here to get it all in so some of the lines are slightly curved. The shot was taken from the stairs coming in from the aft deck, port stern corner of the salon/dining/galley area.


This was taken from the starboard forward corner of the galley, looking the opposite direction as the other photo.


Here are three photos showing an overall view of the bridge:



The cushions in the right corner are from the dinghy. We bring them inside so they aren't exposed to sun and rain.


Here is an overall shot of the anchor, pulpit, and windlass:


This is a shot of the swim platform, transom, and cockpit. It's blurry but it gives you the general idea. There is a tropical storm passing by right now so I'm not going back out to take a clearer photo. :-)


Let me know if you have additional questions or would like to come see her.

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Beautiful! We have the 48 Rivanna and love it. Nice heavy boats with quality build and equipment.
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Old 11-17-2020, 01:38 PM   #7
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Jefferson for sale

Hi I'd like to talk to you about you vessel for sale. Cash buyer.
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Old 11-18-2020, 02:31 PM   #8
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Damn man. Didn't you just buy this?? Sorry to hear. Good luck!
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Damn man. Didn't you just buy this?? Sorry to hear. Good luck!
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Old 11-19-2020, 06:33 PM   #10
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Damn nice boat.
I think Iíve read the above list a few times, but I also might have missed this. Does the boat have stabilizers and thrusters?
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Damn nice boat.
I think Iíve read the above list a few times, but I also might have missed this. Does the boat have stabilizers and thrusters?
Thanks, Yachtman. Bow thruster but no stabilizer.
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Very nice looking boat!
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Very nice looking boat!
Thanks. Iím pretty proud of her.
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Thanks. Iím pretty proud of her.
And you should be.
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Old 11-23-2020, 07:47 PM   #15
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She has a lot to offer.
A few other photos would be helpful.
How about a better photo of the galley, and the same photo of the cockpit from the dock, not thast Eta has passed? How about a good photo of the heads and a few more pics of the engine room.
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Thanks for the interest. I’ll see what I can do tomorrow about getting the photos you suggested. Wanderlust is currently under contract and goes to survey on the 7th but these things sometimes do fall apart.
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Great. Thanks, John.
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Beautiful boat

...and very well equiped. Wish I were younger. I'm sure you'll find a buyer. Cheers, John
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Wanderlust was under contract but the buyer backed out before the survey and without ever actually seeing the boat. His loss is your gain; Wanderlust is now available again. Kirk, I'll get those photos posted shortly.
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Old 11-24-2020, 12:36 PM   #20
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