Come Along With Us!
Jill and Sean are now the management team on the 75′ luxury sailing catamaran, SV Argo Navis. She’s docked at the Historic Seaport where she does nightly sunset trips, Sunday brunch sails, special events and private charters. Be sure to look us up next time you’re in Key West!
SV Argo Navis
PRIME TIME GALLERY
These are the photos of Prime Time as they appeared on the Craigslist ad.
We’ve been updating but the basic layout remains the same.
Take a Tour: Entry into the boat on the starboard side to the lower helm station which is part of the main salon. The boat can be operated from inside or the upper deck. The interior walls are oiled teak and the sole is a neutral carpet. The salon has a convertible sofa, chair and small antique desk. Down a step is the galley with lots of counter space and storage inside teak cabinets. It has a double sink, stainless steel apartment size fridge with freezer and a three burner gimbled stove with oven. There is a ladder to a hatch to the mid deck and a floor hatch to the large storage area down below. Behind the galley is the master bedroom with a small hanging locker, dresser and a full size new memory foam mattress on a pedestal frame with lots of room under for storage. Three floor hatches lead to the twin Crusader 350 engines and Onan generator. There is a door to exit to the stern in the stateroom. From the salon toward the bow, four steps lead down to the head with a push button flushing marine toilet that empties to a holding tank, a fresh water shower with small tub and a sink basin. Also below is the guest sleeping quarters with two double platform beds and access to the storage room. It has an accordion wall for privacy. The boat has a roof top air conditioner and heating system and all the windows open for great fresh cross breezes. The bow has cushioned seating and a convertible table for dining. Access to the upper decks is by vertical ladder at the stern or through the galley inside. The mid deck is spacious and open, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the sunshine with a settee, two chairs and a coffee table. A small grill is set up for barbeques. The upper deck is covered by a sunbrella bimini top for shade and has cushioned seating for 6 or more, in addition to the Captain’s helm station. Modern electronics include a chart plotter, VHF radio and a chirp sonar along with an IPAD that coordinates the services. She has two danforths and a hurricane anchors. The boat holds approximately 180 gallons of gas and 100 gallons of fresh water. She can sleep up to 8 guests and accommodate up to 30 for a dockside party. She was built in 1977 by Boatel Yacht Company and is a Bluewater custom model. She’s currently named Prime Time.