Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Boarding UNBRIDLED from a floating dock is onto her swim platform. From a fixed dock boarding is via the twin hinged hull side doors.
The Aft Deck has both fixed and loose seating, twin curved steps to the swim platform and gentle steps to the Flybridge.
The Salon is entered centerline with settee seating to port, entertainment and bar features to starboard and a view all the way forward to the centerline Lower Helm.
To starboard is a large dining settee facing the portside Galley.
To port outboard of the helm are curved steps to below. The Companionway leads aft to the Master and forward to the VIP with a unique upper/lower cabin to port and the Guest Head and laundry to starboard.
The fully enclosed Flybridge is huge for her size. The Boat Deck is aft with a 11’ RIB and newer crane.
The spacious Salon is entered via the curved “Trend” sliding door. Full drapes with lining on the aft door offer great sun protection.
To port is a two piece curved sofa sectional with storage below and a two drawer end table with special lighting accents between. In front of the sofa is a burl wood coffee table with two small stools below that match the sofa.
Behind the sofa are two Roman shades flanked by curved Soji screen panels with special back lighting. Above is a soffit with even flow air conditioning delivery and rope accent lighting.
Next forward are four curved cabinet doors for glass storage with the upper two made of glass and lit from above.
To starboard starting aft are the yacht’s main electrical panels behind four tinted glass doors with a double door storage cabinet above.
Next forward is the entertainment center with a 32” Sony LED TV with a two shelf storage cabinet below. Above behind two cabinet doors is a Sony AM/FM/audio/video control center and a separate Sony CD/DVD player.
Next forward is a curved double door storage cabinet with a burl wood top and a walk behind dry bar with a hidden U Line icemaker, four drawers and two storage cabinets, one built for wine storage, all with an Onyx stone top.
Overhead in the center of the Salon is a large inset ceiling detail with beveled mirror panels, eight halogen mini spots, rope lighting and burl wood trim.
Also in the Salon are carpet runners, four stereo speakers, nine additional overhead halogen mini spots, digital Marine Air controls and an intercom system.
The Galley is one step up from Salon and located to port. It is U shaped and includes the following features:
The Dining Area aboard UNBRIDLED is adjacent to the Galley just behind the Lower Helm. This area offers excellent visibility from a raised C shaped leather settee with storage below. The height adjustable table has a burl wood top with a cherry keeper. Roman shades cover the large side windows. Additional storage for this area is in a large drawers below the settee and in two cabinets above the house side windows. Three halogen mini spots are above. A central vacuum has been added under the settee, with a single drop it reaches the entire interior of the yacht.
The interior Helm of UNBRIDLED is centerline and affords excellent visibility with 180 degrees of unobstructional views. Equipment includes:
To the port outboard side of the lower controls are five curved steps leading to the accommodation deck. A two door storage cabinet is outboard of the stairs. An auto light illuminates the lower deck by motion sensor. Aft is the Master, next forward is a stacked GE Spacemaker washer/dryer and a four shelf linen locker. A beveled mirror with a small burled accent shelf flanked by small burl wood columns accent this area.
The Twin Guest Cabin is to port. The Guest Head is to starboard and the VIP is all the way forward.
The Master Cabin has a queen size berth on centerline off the aft bulkhead. There is a storage drawer and rope lighting below. To both port and starboard are two drawer nightstands with burl wood tops. Burl wood panels and sconce lights flank a beveled mirror panel with upholstered headboard. Twin reading lights are in a burl wood panel above.
To port is a curved vanity with hinged top and fold out stool, a drawer and a cabinet. Three storage cabinets, Soji type backlit panels and a stainless steel opening portholse with Roman shades are above.
At the foot of the berth is a 32” LG LED flat panel TV and access to the private Head.
To starboard is a double door hanging locker with auto light, a Hitachi CD/DVD/VCR player built into a cabinet. Next aft is an upholstered settee with storage below.
Above are three cabinets, an opening stainless steel porthole, Soji type backlit panel and Roman shades.
Also in this cabin is a Sony AM/FM/CD player, two stereo speakers, eight overhead mini spots and a burl wood toe kick and cornice trim.
Two steps up from the Master is a very spacious private Head with a marble and onyx sole trimmed in brass, a Vacuuflush head and a stall shower with a tempered glass door, seat, porthole, exhaust fan, light and a handheld or wall mountable fixture.
The vanity has a bow front with twin storage cabinets below and twin under mount china sinks in an onyx countertop with single Grohe fixtures. Four beveled mirrored panels above offer abundant storage.
Also in this area are three halogen mini spots above, additional storage and a concealed opening porthole, burl wood columns and additional mirrored panels.
All the way forward is a centerline queen berth off the mirrored forward bulkhead. Two backlit Sojo screens and two opening mirrored storage cabinets are to port and starboard. Next aft are Roman shades over port and starboard opening stainless steel portholes. Built in cabinetry serves as nightstands. Next aft are cushioned seats followed by access the Head on the starboard side and by an auto lit hanging locker to port.
A large cabinet at the foot of the berth offers additional storage. Access panels in the sole access the bow thruster and forward bilge.
Also in this cabin is a Sony AM/FM/CD player, a 13” Toshiba flat screen TV with VCR for overhead mini spots, stereo speakers and a large escape hatch overhead with a blackout screen.
Located between the VIP and Guest Cabins this surprisingly large Head also serves as the Day Head via the companionway door. Direct access from the VIP is available as well. The sole is marble with contrasting border and brass trim. The toilet is a Vacuuflush model. The stall shower has a tempered glass door, a light, an exhaust fan and a handheld or wall mountable shower fixture.
The vanity has a bow front cabinet below and a china under mount sink in a marble countertop with a Grohe single lever faucet.
Three mirrored panels serve as medicine and linen cabinets. An opening stainless steel porthole is within.
Also in this Head is a GFCI outlet and four overhead halogen mini spots.
The Crew Cabin is accessed via a lockable Pantograph door from the swim platform or from a hatch in the sole of the Aft Deck. Although easily run by an experienced couple this boat offers a private Crew Area or the perfect cabin for a teenager.
Down three stainless and teak removable ladder steps from the platform one enters the cabin’s head. To starboard is a cabinet with an under mount with single fixture that doubles as the wall mountable shower fixture. Below are two storage cabinets. Above is a mirror and GFCI outlet. To port is a Jabsco marine head with a hinged platform with storage behind. The shower area is between with a curtain to protect the Crew Cabin door.
Next forward through this door is a nicely finished cabin with a single lower berth with an upholstered headboard to port. There are two drawers under the berth and a two drawer nightstand adjacent to the berth. A built in Toshiba 13” flatscreen TV with VCR is at the foot of the berth. Various cabinets outboard of the berth offer storage and equipment area.
To starboard is a custom second berth with three storage cabinets below and a Sony AM/FM/CD. Also in this area is an intercom, stereo speakers, five overhead mini spots, stereo speakers and a Pirelli type sole. A dogable cherry door leads into the Engine Room.
Although 62’ is the entry level Horizon don’t confuse the lesser size with lesser quality nor the amount of extra features. UNBRIDLED has many big boat luxuries throughout. Special attention to extra lighting, fine joinery and quality stonework are evident. Aft Crew Cabin was a very worthwhile $24,000 option. UNBRIDLED is definitely worth a look.
Last sold in 2010, her current owner made numerous upgrades including adding a tender and crane, adding a foldable upper berth to the single cabin and adding a second berth in the crew cabin, and all new soft goods.
May 2021 yard visit with fresh bottom paint, prop speed and hull wax, yard photos available.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard UNBRIDLED, there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing. Specifically excluded are hand tools and power tools.
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.
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