MATILDA is a one of a kind yacht that will turn heads in any harbor you enter thanks to her classic lines and styling. With a cold-molded hull and deck painstakingly constructed of mahogany using West System epoxy, she is a modern boat inside and out. This process results in an extremely strong, long-lasting boat that is light, yet quiet. She feels incredibly sturdy under foot and to the hand, whether at rest or under way.
MATILDA's teak decks, mahogany seating, and rosewood dashboard will blow you away with their beauty and incredible craftmanship. Down below the feast for your eyes continues with the deeply varnished mahogany interior complimented by the tufted upholstery and slatted overhead.
Don't miss this opportunity to own a very lightly used example of a nearly new classic yacht.
Hull topsides, underbody, and transom of cold molded construction with mahogany planking and West System epoxy. The swim platform is mahogany with teak grate inserts.
The deck is of mahogany construction with painted walk around decks and raised mahoganoy striped sections fore and aft.
A small bow pulpit is located on centerline with anchor roller and spotlight. Located forward of amidships is a mahogany framed glass windshield with opening center section. In the the forward deck on centerline is an opening hatch with a dual trumpet horn just forward of that.
Aft is a hand held shower and flag staff fitting. On centerline is a manual hatch to access the engine compartment. The main hatch is electrically opened.
The cockpit is constructed of mahogany with a teak cockpit sole. It is laid out with a large U-shaped seating area all the way aft that will fit eight people comfortably. The table raises and lowers as well as expanding and contracting from dining size to cocktail size.The aft section of the seating area can be raised electrically to access the engine compartment. There is storage within the port and starboard seat bases.
On centerline forward of the seating area is a large manual hatch to gain access to the tanks, plumbing, electrical system, and generator. Moving forward in the mid-cockpit to starboard is bar cabinet area with grill, sink, ice maker, and storage. The battery charger and cockpit fire extinguisher are located outboard in the side wall. To port is a bar cabinet area with wine cellar and storage. The main battery switches are located in the outboard cockpit side wall.
Moving forward to port is an L-shaped seating area outboard with a hi-lo table inboard. You will find more storage within the seat base. Access to the cabin is one step down from the cockpit via a door with an overhead hatch. To starboard is the fully instrumented helm console with bench seating for two. The vessel's main AC/DC panel is located in the lower half of the console.
Entering on centerline through the mahogany door down two steps into the main cabin one will notice the mahogany joinery which creates a warm cozy interior atmoshere.
The head compartment is located to starboard at the foot of the stairs. The vanity is outboard with a granite countertop and stainless steel sink. Storage is provided behind the mirror.
The galley is opposite to port. This area has a granite countertop and mahogany upper and lower cabinetry. Located in the upper cabinetry is the microwave, coffee maker, and ample storage. In the countertop a stainless steel sink and single burner range facilitate cooking and cleenup. In the lower cabinetry you will find the refrigerator and more storage.
The combination V-berth/settees fills the rest of the cabin. The space is naturally lit with three ports to starboard and two to port. A 24" deck hatch is located in the FRP/mahogany overhead.