Palm Beach, Florida, United States
TESS is a beautiful example of a Talaria 48 Flybridge professionally captained and maintained since new. She spends her summers in Sag Harbor, NY and winters in Palm Beach, FL. Serviced annually by Hinckley, her owner has provided a generous budget. TESS is equipped with many custom options listed below including Volvo D13-800hp engines, JetStick II, and wireless remote PalmStick. Garmin electronics, and is finished with upgraded custom designer materials.
The interior is stunning with optional mahogany woodwork and gloss varnish to finish. Owner supplied designer fabrics compliment the gloss finish and teak and holy soles complete. The master is forward with centerline queen berth, private head/stall shower on port, and ample storage. Leaving the master, you find a second head/shower on starboard followed by an open seating area and dining table. A TV is bulkhead mounted here and there is a nifty disappearing curved bulkhead that separates this area off into a second stateroom. Across on port is the galley also trimmed in gloss varnished mahogany. There is a black granite countertop and the appliance list includes a Fisher and Paykel dishwasher, Sub Zero refrigerator, Haier 16 bottle wine cooler.
Leaving the galley and heading up two stairs, you enter the salon/wheelhouse. The helm is traditionally located on starboard. There are two Stidd chairs at the helm mounted on a custom storage mahogany box. This helps separate the helm area from the salon. There are port and starboard settees dressed in the designer fabric. The helm area is further separated from the rest of the salon by retractable TV on port and a same size retractable storage unit on starboard. The salon closes off from the cockpit by elegant curved sliding door with designer drapes.
The forward deck is home to a large sunpad with weather cover, paddleboard racks, and a traditional stainless steel bowrail including soft mood lighting in the rail. Continuing aft to the cockpit along wide side decks you enter the cockpit on teak steps. On the port side, there is a custom stainless steel electric grill with storage below. Correspondingly on the starboard side is a cockpit refrigerator. There are two large settees and a pedestal table with weather covers. The table is engineered to allow the engine room hatch to open and close with the table in place. There is an exit door on the starboard side of the transom leading to the remote controlled Sea Lift hydraulic swim platform.
Master stateroom is forward with gloss varnished mahogany woodwork, private head, bulkhead mounted TV, and ample storage. Warm white lighting under berth.
The guest stateroom is located opposite the galley and is designed with a custom Tambour door. The door is curved and is on a track…and disappears into the bulkhead. With the door/wall open, the stateroom turns into a dining area with L-Shaped settee with hi/lo dining table. There is a TV mounted on the forward bulkhead. All the woodwork is varnished mahogany. The upholstery is also designer fabric.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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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