Ladies of the Sea

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Name: Ladies of the Sea
Length: 58' 0" (17m)
Beam: 17' 2" (5.23m)
Year Built / Refit: 2002
Speed: 23 / 27
Engines: 2 x Volvo D12
Staterooms: 3
Flag: n/a
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58' BARTON & MCGILL 2002 

“Ladies of the Sea ” features a unique open interior and exciting, modern lines. Tall people will especially appreciate this boat. Few boats of any size feature an expansive aft deck and a balcony with an enclosed flybridge. Note the additional custom top for aft deck shade and rain shield. She compares well to any yacht in this category. She is fully equipped, in excellent condition with low hours and ready to cruise.

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  • This unique, custom-designed motoryacht features an enclosed flybridge with a spacious “atrium” over the salon area – lending the feeling of being in a huge yacht.
  • An interior spiral staircase (stainless steel and wood) accesses the flybridge. An ergonomic helm is arrayed to wrap around the helmsman and provide easy access to the controls and navigation equipment.
  • Also on the flybridge, is a sofa to port with a wetbar aft and a full beam balcony aft with bench seating.
    On the main deck, a well-appointed galley is found to port and up two steps are opposing settees
    (covered in fine Swedish leather) with hi-lo tables.
  • Forward and down several steps is a large
    foyer leading to a master stateroom forward and guest staterooms aft -all with separate baths.
  • The interior is beautifully finished with satin finished cherrywood and white vinyl. Door and bath hardware are polished stainless steel. New beige carpet has been installed throughout.
  • Sleeps 7 in 3 cabins. The master stateroom features a centerline queen bed on a raised cherrywood platform with drawers. Closets are found on both sides. The port guest stateroom features a queen bed and the starboard guest stateroom features 3 single berths (outboard side are bunks). Access to the equipment room is through a watertight door in this room.
  • All staterooms are finished in cherrywood and feature hanging closet/drawer spaces.
  • There are two baths – one in the master stateroom and one shared between the guest staterooms. Both baths feature a stall shower, dark blue CORIAN counter, teak/holly flooring and polished stainless hardware.


Features a spacious dark blue CORIAN countertop with a double stainless sink. Gloss teak/holly flooring. A slide-out bottle and glass cabinet is at the end of the of the counter.

  • Garbage disposal (in sink)
  • FISHER PAYKEL full-sized fridge with freezer drawers
  • FISHER PAYKEL dishwasher
  • CERAN 4 burner cooktop
  • BOSCH Oven
  • PANASONIC Microwave
  • U-LINE icemaker (port end settee)
  • Drink fridges (flybridge and aft deck)
  • Propane grill (aft deck – never used)
  • SPLENDIDE washer/dryer (equipment room forward)


  • KVH satellite television
  • RCA/DVD player (salon)
  • RCA 5-disc CD player (salon)
  • RCA amplifier (salon) with Kenwood speakers
  • Samsung 20” LCD television (salon)
  • TV’s (port guest and master)
  • AM/FM/CD players (master and port guest)

Helm Station Electronics

  • GARMIN Radar
  • GARMIN GPS Map 6212
  • GARMIN GPS Map 7212
  • GARMIN GPS Map 6212-Autopilot AP500
  • MAXWELL 500C Auto Anchor
  • BENNETT-Trim Tabs Control
  • Sidepower Bow Thruster
  • ITT JABSCO Searchlight
  • SILVIA Compass-ICOM VHF IC-M424

Hull and Deck Equipment

  • The hull is painted flag blue while the topside is off-white gelcoat.
  • Wide, walkaround non-skid decks with high stainless steel rails make it easy to get around her.
  • The foredeck features a large sunpad.
  • The aft deck features a large, built-in settee with a portable, hinging teak table.
  • This area and the swim platform is covered in teak (excellent condition). The swim platform features removable stainless hoops when the platform is not in use supporting the tender.Twin gates protect access to the swim platform.
  • Exterior control station (flybridge aft)
  • Maxwell 3500 windlass with galvanized chain and anchor (concealed under foredeck) with remote control/counter (helm)
  • Maxwell aft capstans
  • Deck hatches (2 large over helm, one over master stateroom)
  • Portlights (opening type with screens) in each bath and stateroom
  • Spare propellers
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • Davit (concealed in transom)
  • RIB tender with Yamaha 25 hp/4 stroke engine
  • Liferaft
  • Windshield wipers
  • Shore-water inlet
  • Hull ladder (stored on top FB)
  • (2) aft deck extensions and covers

Electrical/Lighting System

  • Onan 17kw Genset
  • 24 vdc distribution panel (salon)
  • 12/24 vdc distribution panel (flybridge) with dedicated electronics battery
  • 110/220 vac distribution panel (salon)
  • Isolation transformer (shore power)
  • 50 amp shorepower cable
  • 50 amp/220 vac shorepower inlet with breaker
  • Cable/telephone inlet
  • Battery banks (starting, house, electronics)
  • Mastervolt inverter/charger
  • Tankwatch monitors (black, grey water)
  • Halogen interior lighting (salon and aft deck have dimmers)                             
  • Navigation lighting
  • Exterior lighting
  • Florescent lighting (machinery spaces)
  • (2) Jabsco remote searchlights (fore and aft)

Engine Room & Mechanical Equipment

Access the engine room from the aft deck. The low hour engines are V-drives with hinging deck access above, and feature underwater exhausts (clean, quiet operation) Another equipment room with the 3 fuel tanks (stainless steel, cross-connected and open to each other for easy
fueling) and miscellaneous equipment is forward and behind the starboard guest cabin.

  • Volvo engine controls
  • Twin Volvos D12 Racor fuel/water separators
  • Hallmark raw water strainers with sea cocks
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Jabsco water pressure system
  • Vacuflush heads
  • Portable fire extinguishers (located throughout)
  • Dripless shaft logs
  • Rule bilge pumps with high water alarm


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.