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1984 Uniflite 46 Motor Yacht

$93,000 | Fort Washington, MD

1984 Uniflite FlydeckLength: 46'Engine/Fuel Type:Twin /DieselLocation: National Harbor, MDHull Material: Fiberglass
Designed by prolific naval architect David Martin, the Uniflite 46 Motor Yacht has a classic 1980s flush-deck profile, with an upright superstructure free of Euro-style curves. She has a multilevel, triple-stateroom layout, and the standard twin-diesel power package (Detroit 671s) gives the boat a 15 to 18 knot speed and plenty of range. The master suite is aft, with an island berth and adjacent head with vanity and shower. Moving forward, to starboard, there’s a smaller cabin (or office) with a drop-down upper berth and a sofa type single berth below along with a desk. The lower salon is amidships with a U-shaped galley down, to starboard. There’s a third cabin forward (with bunks or berths), as well as a full head with shower and laundry center. The large upper salon is aft and includes seating, a wet bar, entertainment center with drop down flat panel tv and the lower helm station. This area, popular with owners, is fully enclosed and can be climate controlled. The flybridge, reached by an aluminum ladder, has another helm station and additional seating. The vessel has a solid teak interior and soft wall coverings. The hull and deck are built of solid fiberglass. The bottom is a modified-vee shape, with a sharply angled bow, full-length chines and just 4 degrees of transom deadrise, making it virtually flat aft. Cota’s Karma went through a considerable remodeling in 2010. The port engine was rebuilt, the starboard engine overhauled also in 2010. All remodeling, rebuild and overhaul bills are available for viewing. This vessel has been moored in fresh water since new and currently lies in a brackish, fresh water marina. Boat slip is also available for transfer optionally at National Harbor Marina. Cota’s Karma is set up to be a very comfortable live aboard with all the comforts afforded shore side living and will cruise in any conditions. This vessel shows very well and really needs to be seen to appreciate the accommodations and quality of construction. Call to arrange a showing today!

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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.
Specs
Year 1984'
Length 46.00'
Location Fort Washington, MD
Hull Fiberglass
Engine 1
Make Detroit
Model 671
Year 1984
Type Inboard
Fuel diesel
Hours 0
Power 0 hp
Engine 2
Make Detroit
Model 671
Year 1984
Type
Fuel
Hours 0
Power 0 hp
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Dominion Yachts - Dominion Yachts
Robert Watson
703-497-2628
312C Poplar Alley
Occoquan, VA 22125

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Robert Watson 

703-395-6538


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CINDY LEWIS
Sterling Associates | Mid-Atlantic Sales Rep
410-903-6611
cindy@recreationfinance.com
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