Christina Tamar is a distinctly beautiful Classid Broward Motor Yacht.
In current and previous ownership she has benefitted with new teak decks, re-wiring, and engine room refurbishing.
In 1994, nearly a million dollars were spent on a refit including two new Northern Lights generators one 30 kw and one 20 kw. A sundeck with seperate helm station and a large entertaining wet-bar were also added.
She was purchased by her current owner in 1998 and Christina Tamar shows the love and care of that a Classic Motor Yacht of her age deserves.
She has a large bow with a bench seat in front of her pilot house for guests to enjoy a little privacy and sun.
Continuing aft past port and starboard wheelhouse doors you find yourself on the beautiful aft deck with generous seating, a gorgeous wetbar, and all the comforts of home.
Her aft deck spiral stair case leads you to the oasis above. The sundeck, added in 1994, fits her character perfectly. There is ample seating, sun chairs, a well appointed wet-bar and a helm station with hers and his captains chairs. Her Boston Whaler tender sits aft of the beautiful sun deck.
From a stairway entrance in the starboard main salon, you come down to the master stateroom and two guest staterooms.
The full beam master stateroom is aft, and includes a queen sized berth, generous storage, twin wardrobes, Flat Screen LCD TV with sound system, and ensuite head and shower.From the roomy walk in port aft closet, you can access the swim platform through a water tight access door. Convientally, there is a shower for one to rinse off on the swim platform.
Forward to port is a guest stateroom with twin lower berths, cedar lined hanging lockers, ensuite head and large shower.
Opposite to starboard is the second guest stateroom with fixed lower berths and a recessed upper berth, beautifully trimmed cabinets, cedar lined closet and ensuite head.
Twin Detroit Diesel 12V71N's
Port engine freshly and fully rebuilt
Starboard engine in great shape with 4173 hours
New risers in 2009
New 32 volt batteries (2013)
New 12 volt batteries (2013)
New fresh water system (2013)
20kw Generator Lights - 2526 hours (new in 1994)
30kw Northern Lights Generator - 2705 hours (new in 1994)
Stainless Steel fuel tanks (new in 1994)