Spyhop II is a 2012 Selene 56 Wide Body trawler style yacht. She is offered for sale by her second owner who has meticulously maintained her. Spyhop II’s spacious interior, generous storage and ease of boarding/disembarking make her an excellent live aboard and full-time cruising vessel. Entry to the cockpit is through the port and starboard boarding doors at cockpit sole level or from the swim platform. She can also be boarded on the starboard side through the Portuguese bridge. The walk-in, full height engine room has two access points: primarily through a full-size door adjacent to the Master stateroom, or through two hatches in the saloon sole. Her owner has cruised her extensively this past year to the Bahamas and up the east coast.
Listing broker, Christopher Bruce, (Licensed Florida Yacht Broker) has extensive product knowledge of the trawler market plus intimate knowledge of the Kadey Krogens, as he owned a KK44AE. All inspections are by appointment only. Please contact listing broker, Christopher Bruce by phone, text or email for additional information or to schedule your personal showing. Christopher is always available via Mobile +1 603.397.8397 (call or text). You can send a detailed Email to: Christopher@JMYS.com.
BRAND AND MODEL:
Long range trawler yacht with raised pilothouse and flybridge
Delray Beach, Fl
United States Coast Guard documented
Jet Tern Marine
109,800 lbs. | 49.8 MT
Cruise 9 knots. Top 11.5 knots
62' 1" | 18.9 M
54' 4" | 16.55 M
16' 8" | 5.07 M
5' 9" | 1.75 M
26’ | 7.92 M can be lowered to 19' 6" | 5.95 M
White deck with white nonskid
Cummins Engine Model: QSL9 405 HP (Hours: ~3,635 August 2019)
PROPELLER / SHAFT
2" Aquamet 22 shaft | Four blade propeller
Side Power 15 HP proportional electric bow and stern thruster
Keypower 9 square feet hydraulic stabilizers
60 Hertz – US style – 50 amp
50-amp for house and 50-amp air con, (fore and aft) on Glendenning
Northern Lights 20 kW 240V 60Hz (Hours: ~1,814 August, 2019)
Mastervolt 4kW inverter/charger
Lifeline AGM house and thruster batteries in 2016 new start batteries in November 2017
LED Cantalupi lighting
Sea Recovery 450 gallon per day watermaker with remote in galley
Cruisair reverse cycle HVAC: 36k BTU in pilothouse/salon, 30k BTU in staterooms, 12k BTU in pilothouse
Reverso oil changer for main, transmission and generator | ESI fuel polishing system
Maxwell HWC 2200 electric windlass
50 kg Stainless steel Ultra anchor with 400' ½" G4 chain | 45 kg stainless steel Bruce anchor with 400’ 1/2” G4 chain
MarQuipt 1500 lb. hydraulic davit with extendable boom
TENDER AND OUTBOARD:
Novurania 430 (14') RIB with Yamaha 60 HP engine Garmin chart platter, remote engine lock, ICOM VHF
Garmin | ICOM | Simrad
Flat screen Samsung 40” Smart TV in saloon on lift | 26" Samsung in master | Crestron Adagio stereo sound system for music in flybridge, pilothouse, saloon, master stateroom, cockpit Intellian i6 sat receiver
Three: master midship, guest cabins forward and amidships to port
6" Foam mattress in master new in 2019
Two: Tecma 24V DC freshwater toilets (electric freshwater) in master and guest
Two: master and guest. Plus, a cockpit shower
Asko full sized separate clothes washer and clothes dryer
Force 10 (4) burner propane stove with alarm monitor panel | GE Profile microwave/convection oven with built-in exhaust | Summit refrigerator /freezer with icemaker| Broan trash compactor
Granite counters (many additional surfaces covered)
Teak and spruce hardwood
Five (5) Rule electric bilge pumps with Ultra float switch with counters in pilothouse | Whale manual bilge pump
1,500 gallons | 5,678 L (Two fiberglass tanks)
150 gallons | 567.8 L (Fiberglass tank)
400 gallons | 1,514 L (Two stainless steel tanks)
Llebroc helm chair | Two Delta-T exhaust fans in engine room | Autopilot with remote control | Two engine room and aft facing boat deck cameras
EPIRB, GOST Phantom security system with nav tracker
Note: All information is believed accurate but should be verified.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct, but cannot be guaranteed. Items excluded include, but are not limited to – Paintings, Tools and Binoculars. Owner’s personal effects and clothing will be removed prior to closing.
Brokers, this listing is available for co-brokerage at 50/50. Courtesy showings are available by appointment after signed co-op. Subject to appropriate licensing (CA/FL) where required.
We have created a separate website for Olympia which includes a descriptive summary, facts, figures, equipment selections, engine hours, drawings and a narrated video talk through tour- selene56
Cockpit: The cockpit provides a very spacious, covered outdoor space for relaxing with friends, a cocktail or enjoying a meal. You enter the cockpit from the aft swim platform or comfortably from the dock through the port or starboard boarding door. You have hatch access down a short ladder to the lazarette below. There is a 50-amp shore power connection powered by a Glendinning retraction system for shore power plus a connection for another 50-amp cable for air conditioning. A hot and cold fresh water cockpit shower is built into the transom. A fresh water wash down inlet makes deck cleaning a pleasure. Access to the interior is through her weather-tight, painted aluminum double saloon door. Her teak cap rails are finished in Awlclear. There are eight fender clips to secure fenders without crossing over the cap rails. This is a roomy and covered place to enjoy the outdoors.
Saloon: The widebody design affords a spacious saloon. Her airy, high ceiling saloon is surrounded by light teak woodwork, and the teak and holly sole that is found throughout the yacht. There is a large L- shaped settee to port and a matching cabinet to starboard to provide plenty of storage. The 40-inch Samsung television stores in the cabinet to starboard via a lift when not in use. Windows are covered with new Poseidon sheer shades 2019 to protect the interior of the yacht and provide privacy. For dining and entertaining there is a teak hi-lo table.
Commissary: Below the entrance to the saloon is the commissary which is entered by a sole hatch and is accessed via a small ladder. Inside the vinyl floored commissary there is a sea water cooled Grunert cold plate freezer. The inverter/battery charger is installed outboard to port. There are numerous cabinets and lockers for additional storage. Teak locker doors are louvered for air circulation and lockers have shelves for storage.
Galley: The saloon transitions into an efficient galley to port which is an ideal place to prepare meals. The granite galley counters are configured in a large U-shape which allowing plenty of surface area for cooking and serving. There is a dual basin stainless steel sink outboard. One of the best features is the double pane sliding window outboard that affords an incredible view and also provides additional natural air circulation. A large Summit commercial grade refrigerator/freezer with icemaker, pantry with slide out shelves, and numerous cabinets below the granite counter make this an ideal chef’s galley aboard.
The Force 10 four burner propane cook top is centered forward and includes a tilt door oven. The GE Profile microwave oven with exhaust fan is encased above the stove. There are three banks of drawers for neatly organizing all of the necessary galley utensils. On the aft counter there is a double door locker with stainless shelves. Below the sink there is a double louvered locker door for bulk storage. The sole in the galley is also teak and holly. Opposite the galley is additional lighted teak cabinetry with glass storage.
There are overhead and under counter lockers and all locker doors are louvered. There are plenty of drawers for storing everything you need in a seagoing galley. Forward lockers open up to slide out shelves. This is a working galley where two people can share the cooking chores working side by side.
Leaving the galley, you go forward up three steps to arrive in the pilothouse.
Pilothouse: The Selene 56 wheelhouse is huge and the view is spectacular. There is an expansive navigation console with teak overhead panels and below window teak dash panels logically outfitted with all of the necessary control panels needed to operate Spyhop II. The Llebroc helm chair provides a comfortable command perch in the center of the action. The overhead hatch lets in light and air and is fitted with a shade/screen. The windows and outboard Dutch doors are all Diamond Sea Glaze commercial strength. These hinged doors lead out to the Portuguese bridge have teak panels on the inside to maintain the elegant feel.
A large L-shaped bench seat fronted by a beautiful teak table makes this location the perfect place for catching a bite to eat while enjoying the incredible panoramic view. The outboard seats have built-in fold down drink holders and there are drawers and storage lockers under the seating area and foot landing. The vertical face of the seating area includes the pull handle for the engine room fire suppression as well as a remote connector for the autopilot.
Outboard and aft to starboard is a companionway with wooden hand rail that is eight steps up to the flybridge (nice to be able to get to the flybridge from the interior – a real convenient benefit).
Sitting in the helm chair and facing forward you have a counter console to starboard with built in grab rails. This same counter has a slide out feature that extends over the forward stairs to serve as a chart table. The console has a drawer and storage locker as well as the controls for the Keypower stabilizers within easy reach. There is a teak magazine/book rack outboard and below.
Additional features include:
Flybridge: The flybridge is accessed via a companionway directly from the pilothouse for safety and convenience. Two Llebroc helm chairs face the instrument console forward and there is an L-shaped seating area aft to port. On the starboard side are the bar, sink and barbeque. There is a boat deck area aft with dinghy and davit. Additional features include:
Master Stateroom: The comfortable master stateroom features an island queen with six-inch foam mattress new in 2019, which can be easily raised on its two gas struts to access the storage beneath. Two hanging lockers, one to port, the other to starboard are both cedar lined. An ensuite head completes the comfort of the master stateroom. There is a Tecma 24V DC fresh water electric toilet. The Corian sink is surrounded by a granite countertop, with a teak cabinet underneath. Overhead LED lights provide excellent lighting throughout the master stateroom and head.
Additional features include:
Master head features include:
VIP stateroom third and guest head: The large VIP stateroom is forward with a walk around queen sized berth. This is a large airy cabin with all the features you would expect to find in the master stateroom. Hanging lockers outboard with drawers under island berth. A great place to retire for the night with portlights and overhead hatches providing natural air flow.
Third stateroom and guest head: Located at the bottom of the stairs to port is the third stateroom that contains two twin beds. There is a hanging locker forward with a large overhead cabinet. Ample storage is provided in lockers. Located across the companionway to starboard is the guest head.
A large cabinet over the fresh water electric toilet, a mirrored, double door, lit cabinet over the Corian sink and granite counter top with several cabinets below provide household-type storage. Well placed, non-opening port lights provide natural light and exhaust fan for fresh air. It is outfitted with the same granite floor and teak shower insert as found in the master head.
Engine Room: There are five watertight compartments on Spyhop II including the engine room that contains the mechanical heart of this yacht. The single Cummins QSL9 405HP@2100RPM provides plenty of power to cruise economically up to 11.5 knots. For added peace of mind, the Keypower hydraulic get home drives the main shaft off the 20kW Northern Lights generator. Electronic engine control system are located in the pilothouse, flybridge, and the two wing stations. Deluxe engine panel with complete digital and simulated analog instrumentation and alarms in pilothouse and on flybridge
Lazarette: Accessed down a short ladder via the cockpit hatch, the well-lit lazarette provides convenient storage space for spares, tools, fenders, cleaning supplies, fishing gear, and whatever else you can think of in terms of boating storage.
Foredeck/Portuguese Bridge: The foredeck on Spyhop II is high off the water making for a dry, comfortable ride. The twin anchor pulpit safely holds the 50kg Ultra and 45kb Bruce anchors that are powered by a Maxwell 2200 windlass. Each anchor has 400’ of ½” G4 chain rode. Chain locker access is through the divided chain locker hatch on deck just aft of the pulpit. Shore power, and dock water connections are installed on the foredeck; fresh and salt-water wash down inlets are found to port. The Portuguese bridge provides access to the port and starboard wing stations. From these stations, the engines can be started and stopped, the boat steered and the bow and stern thruster engaged. There is a custom built-in Portuguese bridge door to starboard and this alternate access is invaluable when only fixed docks are available in marinas
Boat Deck: Proceeding aft from the flybridge leads you to the large boat deck. The boat deck houses the MarQuipt 1500 crane (with remote control) for launching and retrieving the tender. The tender is mounted on two custom chocks with one bow and two stern tie downs. The center console style Novurania 430 (14′) RIB with Yamaha 60 HP outboard engine. With the tender launched, the boat deck provides a large outdoor space for sunbathing and/or entertaining.
Construction details from builder:
Highlighted Equipment Aboard Spyhop II
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AC Electrical Systems
DC Electrical Systems
DC power for the DC power consumers: Navigation electronics, lighting, refrigeration is provided by the house bank, systems also includes dedicated thruster batteries, dedicated genset start battery, and dedicated engine start battery. A combiner permits operator to parallel all into one battery bank if needed.
Spyhop II has a total capacity 1,500 US gallons in two fiberglass fuel tanks with internal baffles, sumps, equalizing lines, and inspection ports. An easy to use manifold system permits the selection either tank or both for supply, and to return to either tank or both. Racor filter systems are included to ensure clean fuel.
Plumbing Systems Thoughtfully laid out fresh and raw water systems on Spyhop II ensure availability of water and reliability.
We encourage you to make an appointment to step aboard this beautiful vessel and discuss her in greater detail. Once you see Spyhop II in person, we are sure you will appreciate her excellent and ready-tocruise condition.
Jeff Merrill Yacht Sales, inc. 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.