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Lucky - RYBOVICH

Lucky 55' 0" RYBOVICH 1983 PRICE ON APPLICATION

Specifications

Accomodations:
3 staterooms
Length:
55' 0" (16.76 m)
Beam:
17' 0" (5.18 m)
Draft:
4' 10" (1.47 m)
Year Built:
1983
Builder:
RYBOVICH
Category:
Sport Fisherman
Engines:
2 engines Cummins QSM11-715
Cruise Speed:
24 Kts. (28 MPH)
Max Speed:
30 Kts. (35 MPH)
Location:
Florida - S.E. United States
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Basic Information

Builder:
RYBOVICH
Category:
Sport Fisherman
Sub Category:
Convertible
Model Year:
1983
Year Built:
1983
Refit Year:
2014
Country:
United States

Dimensions

LOA:
55' 0" (16.76m)
Beam:
17' 0" (5.18m)
Min Draft:
4' 8" (1.42m)
Max Draft:
4' 10" (1.47m)
MFG Length:
57' 6" (17.53m)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed:
24 Kts. (28 MPH)
Max Speed:
30 Kts. (35 MPH)
Displacement:
45000 Pounds
Water Capacity:
120 Gallons
Fuel Capacity:
900 Gallons

Accommodations

Total Heads:
2

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material:
Wood
Hull Finish:
Stainless Steel

Engine Information

Engines:
2
Manufacturer:
Cummins
Model:
QSM11-715
Engine Type:
Inboard

Overview

PRELIMINARY LISTING- MORE PHOTOS AND DETAILS COMING SOON!

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the "Lucky", 1983 Rybovich 55 Convertible.  It is a true pleasure to represent such a finely crafted, rare and unique vessel for sale.

She was completed in 1983 as hull #84 of the pedigreed Rybovich series of yachts.  Constructed by some of the best wood craftsman in the business primarily out of cold molded Mahogany, she featured an exquisite level of detail throughout.

She has changed hands a few times throughout the years and has been very well cared for throughout her life, but what is most noteworthy is the refit that she underwent at the behest of her most recent owner.

In 2013 and 2014 "Lucky" was treated to a massively extensive refit at none other than the Michael Rybovich and Sons Boatyard in Palm Beach, FLA.  This yard specializes in the refit and repair of classic Rybovich Yachts as well as new construction vessels under the Rybovich name.

Some of the highlights from this refit period include a total re-power, exterior painting, new tower, new electronics suite, custom woodwork and a plethora of ship's systems upgrades and updates.  After this work was completed a marine surveyor noted in his report that the vessel was upgraded to "better than new" condition.

OVER $1,200,000 WAS SPENT ON THE REFIT! ALL RECORDS AVAILABLE TO SERIOUS PROSPECTS!

Due to a change in plans "Lucky" is now offered for sale in Palm Beach, FLA and is ready for your inspection.  Her current condition is still excellent, but she needs a new owner to show her the love and care that a true showpiece of this caliber deserves.

She has just come out of the Michael Rybovich and Sons Boatyard again in February 2019, receiving a fresh bottom job and a few maintenance items.

Introduction to Lucky

PRELIMINARY LISTING- MORE PHOTOS AND DETAILS COMING SOON!

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the "Lucky", 1983 Rybovich 55 Convertible.  It is a true pleasure to represent such a finely crafted, rare and unique vessel for sale.

She was completed in 1983 as hull #84 of the pedigreed Rybovich series of yachts.  Constructed by some of the best wood craftsman in the business primarily out of cold molded Mahogany, she featured an exquisite level of detail throughout.

She has changed hands a few times throughout the years and has been very well cared for throughout her life, but what is most noteworthy is the refit that she underwent at the behest of her most recent owner.

In 2013 and 2014 "Lucky" was treated to a massively extensive refit at none other than the Michael Rybovich and Sons Boatyard in Palm Beach, FLA.  This yard specializes in the refit and repair of classic Rybovich Yachts as well as new construction vessels under the Rybovich name.

Some of the highlights from this refit period include a total re-power, exterior painting, new tower, new electronics suite, custom woodwork and a plethora of ship's systems upgrades and updates.  After this work was completed a marine surveyor noted in his report that the vessel was upgraded to "better than new" condition.

OVER $1,200,000 WAS SPENT ON THE REFIT! ALL RECORDS AVAILABLE TO SERIOUS PROSPECTS!

Due to a change in plans "Lucky" is now offered for sale in Palm Beach, FLA and is ready for your inspection.  Her current condition is still excellent, but she needs a new owner to show her the love and care that a true showpiece of this caliber deserves.

She has just come out of the Michael Rybovich and Sons Boatyard again in February 2019, receiving a fresh bottom job and a few maintenance items.

Refit HIghlights

All Work Completed by Michael Rybovich and Sons August 2013 to August 2014, With the Exception of the New Fuel Tank, Bottom Paint and Transom Re-Varnish in August of 2016 also at Michael Rybovich and Sons

*Additionally LUCKY had a Bottom Job with New Shaft Seals and Cutlass Bearings In January 2019 at Michael Rybovich and Sons

  1. Replace Teak Bow Pulpit
  2. Repair/Replace Teak Toe Rail
  3. Replace SS Windlass
  4. Replace Anchor Locker Hatch
  5. Fabricate and Install New Aluminum Bow Rail
  6. Strip and Re-Varnish All Exterior Teak
  7. Strip, Re-Varnish and Clear Coat Teak Transom
  8. Replace Flybridge Windshield
  9. Add Helm Companion Chair
  10. Refurbish Whole Helm Console
  11. Custom Staterooms Teak Woodwork, Cabinetry, Doors, Fresh Gloss Varnish
  12. Refurbish Areas in Cabin As Needed, Bulkheads, Cabinet Doors, Etc.
  13. New SS Step Brackets Port and Starboard House to Bridge
  14. New Galley Undercounter Refrigeration with Custom Teak Facing and Frame
  15. New LED Salon/Galley Lighting
  16. New Bilge Pump Brackets
  17. New “Bausch American” Aluminum Sportfish Tower
  18. Full Exterior Paint Job Awlgrip Matterhorn White
  19. Repair Cockpit Ceiling Panel and Transom Entry Door
  20. Repair Flybridge Seating and Sides, New Wood As Needed
  21. Replace All Switches and Outlets in Vessel with Vimar Switches
  22. New LED Lighting in Staterooms
  23. Replace All Countertops, Faucets and Mirrors in Cabin with Custom Selection
  24. New Salon Pop-Up TV Console
  25. Strip and Re-Varnish All Salon Gloss Teak, 2 Coats Gloss, 2 Clear Coats Awl-Craft 2000
  26. New Salon Overhead Whisperwall
  27. New Salon Carpet Teak Molding Around Edges
  28. New Salon Interior Window Mullions
  29. New Salon Window Panels
  30. New Galley Teak Flooring
  31. Re-Furbish Exterior Bridge Ladder
  32. Install Owner Supplies Navigation Electronics
  33. Remove All Exterior Metal Hardware and Have Re-Chromed
  34. New Portlights
  35. Refurbish Foredeck Hatches
  36. Refurbish Engine Air Intake Area and Vents
  37. Refurbish Chain and Cable Steering
  38. New Rupp 40’ Triple Spreader Tournament Outriggers and 15’ Center Rigger
  39. New SS Rub Rails
  40. Fresh Bottom Job Including Epoxy Primer Base Coat
  41. Clean and Prop Speed All Running Gear
  42. Repair Starboard Spray Rail
  43. Re-Condition Propellers
  44. Modify Existing Electronics Helm to Be Hinged on Air Activated Pistons
  45. New Compass at Helm
  46. Re-Upholster Salon Sofa
  47. Replace all Salon Cabinet Pulls with Varnished Teak Pulls
  48. New Salon Teak Valances
  49. New Icemaker In Salon Starboard
  50. Fabricate and Install New Saltwater and Freshwater Washdowns in the Cockpit
  51. New Baitwell Pump
  52. Check and Re-Bed Forward Keel Bolts
  53. Install Fuel Tank Gauge in Cockpit
  54. New Kahlenberg Air Horns
  55. New Trim Tab Actuators
  56. New Cabin Stereo Speaker Controls
  57. New Ship’s Batteries
  58. New Rod Holders in Cockpit
  59. New Exterior Canvas Covers and Isenglass Flybridge Enclosure
  60. New Generator, Cummins 21.5kw ONAN
  61. New Main Engines, Cummins QSM11-715hp
  62. Refurbished Engine Stringers and Mounts
  63. New Engine Room Plumbing and Electrical
  64. New Engine Room Painting
  65. New Engine Room Shelving for Systems
  66. New Engine Controls and Gauges
  67. New Furuno Electronics Suite
  68. New Cockpit Deck Beams
  69. New Cockpit Nida-Core Subdeck
  70. New Cockpit Teak Decking 12-14MM thickness
  71. New Cockpit Macerator Pump
  72. Remove Old Teak Covering Boards in Cockpit and Make Repairs as Necessary to Damaged areas
  73. New Cockpit Covering Boards
  74. New Cockpit Hawse Pipes
  75. Enlarge and Re-Finish Cockpit Fish Box
  76. Repair and Renew As Necessary Engines Exhaust System
  77. Remove and Pressure Test Oil Reserve Tank
  78. New Dripless Shaft Seals
  79. New Fuel Lines and Fittings
  80. New Engine Room Blowers
  81. Refurbish Chain Steering System
  82. New Engine Oil Change System
  83. New Battery Switches
  84. New Battery Boxes
  85. Remove All Old Wiring and Replace with New As Needed
  86. Check and Renew Ship’s Bonding Systems As Needed
  87. New Fuel Tank Gauges
  88. New Cockpit Deck Scuppers
  89. New Hydraulic Steering Pump
  90. New Water Heater
  91. New Bilge Pumps and Float Switches
  92. New Shore Power Breakers
  93. Transom Re-Varnished 10-12 Coats in 2016
  94. New Fuel Tank in 2016

Unfortunately, this boat is not available for sale. It will be removed from the website soon.

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