Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Cummins
- Model: QSL 5.9 LT
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 330hp
- Engine Hours: 3147
126 S. Roadway
New Orleans, Louisiana, US, 70124
Master stateroom is forward with a walk around queen berth, plenty of storage including two cedar lined hanging lockers, deck access hatch with pull down ladder, 25” flat panel TV and satellite receiver, four port holes. The private head with a large separate stall shower and fresh water flush Tecma electric head is to starboard. The décor is teak and holly flooring and satin finished teak paneling and cabinetry, granite head vanities.
Next aft and to port is the GSR with upper and lower berths, plenty of storage and a double fold door that when open creates a nice foyer/landing area. The guest head is to port with a separate stall shower and Tecma electric head system.
Engine room access is aft from the foyer area and thru a water tight door.
Access to the main salon is aft, to port and up four steps.
This well laid out area features the full U-shaped galley forward, a built in L-shaped settee to port and aft with a large teak dining table on a slide and extra flip up leaf, two chairs with ottomans to starboard and the salon TV built in to the aft face of the galley bar and hidden behind a slide panel.
The fully equipped galley has granite counter tops, propane three burner stove and oven with three propane tanks in special bow locker, double stainless-steel sink, GE Profile microwave/convection oven, overhead glass storage and plenty of cabinet storage including an under floor pantry area with an additional deep freezer, Splendide combo washer and dryer, upright Sea Freeze AC/DC refrigerator freezer.
The décor is teak paneling and cabinetry with natural teak and holly flooring though out, beige cushions and blinds.
Two Big Bay 17” monitors for black box input of the Furuno NAVnet 3D radar and plotter, Interphase forward looking sonar, Simrad autopilot (new 2019), Icom ICM 504 VHF, two Maretron digital readouts for depth/speed/engine data/, 22” Samsung flat screen TV, Sat TV receiver, AM/FM/CD stereo system, Big Bay 10” monitor with Furuno control panel (FB), Icom ICM 504 VHF, Furuno AIS, Iridium SAT phone (not connected), 2-6” Ritchie compasses, KVH stabilized Sat TV antenna.
Portuguese deck with storage inside, riding seat forward, full walk around decks with hi bulwarks all around and teak handrails and sunbrella covers, fiberglass molded non-skid decks, dual anchor chutes with a CQR and a plow anchors and electric Muir chain windlass with remote helm operation, fresh water wash down on bow, stainless steel rails, window frames and hardware, vinyl mesh window covers, cockpit fresh water shower, bow samson post, mast and boom with electric winch for tender deployment, port, starboard and aft deck boarding gates, sunbrella bimini top with 1.25 stainless frame, fiberglass swim platform with “staple style” safety rails, aft deck storage cabinet, Kahlenberg air horns, ACR RCL 100 remote electric spotlight, AB hard bottom inflatable tender with 25hp Yamaha tender with built in console and seating.
Single Cummins QSL 5.9lt 330 hp diesel engine with 3147 original hours, Twin Disc MG55050 3.0:1 marine gear, dual Racor 1000 fuel water separators with vacuum gauge (main engine), fuel tank stripping system with Racor 1000 filter and flush timer, fuel tank sight gauges, blue Aeroquip oil and fuel hoses, Airsep engine air filter, emergency Y-value bilge pump to engine water pump, vinyl engine room decking, Hynautic hydraulic steering system, Northern Lights 12kw generator with 1672 hours, dual 500 Racor fuel filters with vacuum gauge, Reverso oil change system, Wesmar RS600 stabilizer system (fins and actuators rebuilt 2018, HRO watermaker installed but currently pickled and not used in three years, Magnum 4kw d/c inverter, 24V d/c SidePower bow and stern thrusters, 48,000 BTU Cruisaire reverse cycle air condition system, fore and aft shore power inlets for 50amp 240volt power cord, Master volt 24 volt battery charger, electric stainless steel water heater with engine heat exchanger loop, Hynautic engine controls.
The Painkiller is a serious Long Range Cruiser with all of the features necessary for safe and comfortable travels as well as an obviously well maintained condition and a nice inventory of spares!
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.