Double doorway entrance
King berth with custom Merritt designed platform
Custom teak soffit above berth with Nautical carved pillars
End tables with storage
Adjustable recessed LED lighting
Storage and subwoofer below berth
Dressing vanity with eight (8) drawers and mirrored storage center, forward
Large HDTV with mirrored front that conceals TV
Recessed wall with upholstered soffit and drapery
Stainless steel portlight, port
Storage cabinet, port outboard
Vanity soffit with three recessed overhead lights
Hanging locker with cedar lining, port forward
Ten (10) recessed LED lights on dimmers
Satin finished teak cabinetry
Crestron control and dock
Halotron fire extinguisher
Smoke alarm sensor
Custom vanity with Onyx stone countertop and backsplash
Under mounted sink and custom faucet
Satin finished teak cabinetry
Gold tone accessories
Four (4) recessed LED lights
Fiberglass shower with molded seating and teak frame with glass shower door
Gold tone fixed/handheld shower head
Two (2) overhead LED lights
110-volt A.C. GFCI outlet
From the cockpit mezzanine step through a gorgeous teak entry door and onto a luscious burled wood foyer entry. The large custom L-shaped sofa starboard, has desirable fabric which adds to the sophisticated interior, and contains rod and storage below. There is a custom teak and Onyx stone high/low coffee table in the center, with side leafs that opens. The port side of the salon has a credenza bar cabinet which opens up and displays an illuminated pelagic mural. Below is the icemaker, bottle and glass storage. Next concealed in the credenza is a large Samsung HDTV controlled by an electric high/low mechanism and operated by the enhanced Crestron entertainment system. Forward are three (3) custom teak barstools mounted at the base of the Onyx stone galley countertop, which provides a great gathering spot for conversation. Forward starboard is the large dinette with more seating. The aft bulkhead with displays a beautiful Channel etched glass pelagic mural.
Another $100k Price Reduction! This is a great opportunity to purchase a very well-kept, pedigree, custom Merritt sportfish yacht. Easy to show in east Ft. Lauderdale – off Las Olas and the Intracoastal. Call for appointment. Offers are encouraged!
Burled wood sole at entry foyer
Custom L-shaped sofa, portside
Custom teak and Onyx stone high/low coffee table
Custom teak bar credenza cabinet, port aft, that contains custom bottle storage and glass storage compartments and accented with a pelagic mural backdrop
Kitchen Aid Icemaker
Samsung HDTV concealed in cabinet on electric lift MACINTOSH Computer station for video editing
GO PRO editing system (plus 6 cameras) for recording live fishing action
Counter seating at galley with Three (3) teak bar stools
Custom Onyx stone rounded countertop with teak bullnose
Carpeted sole with runner
Vinyl headliner with teak trim accents
Twenty (20) recessed overhead led lights in salon and galley on dimmer switch
Overhead stereo speakers
Custom window shades
- Below deck hatches forward contain: Quantum hydraulic bow thruster,Fresh water accumulator tank, High water alarm, Automatic bilge pump
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A rare opportunity to own Hull #83 of the Merritt Pedigree, this is one of the finest built in her class. Her scrupulous Captain has maintained this vessel with excellent care, and she is ready for her next owner.
Easy to show, Located at private home off Las Olas and the Intracoastal.
"el Chupacabra" Yacht for Sale is a 80 superyacht built by Merritt in 2006. Currently she is located in Fort Lauderdale and awaiting her new owners.
Their current status is listed as “near threatened.”
A chupacabra, for those who don’t know, is a blood-thirsty creature hailing from Latin American folklore that supposedly roams the fields of South and Central America feasting on the blood of goats.
Oregon Zoo program animal supervisor Tanya Paul greets Chupacabra, a Pategonian mara, at the zoo’s veterinary medical center.
With an appearance that falls somewhere between a jackrabbit, a kangaroo and a giant nutria, the mara can weigh up to 35 pounds and were once abundant in Argentina, though their population has declined in recent years due to hunting and a loss of habitat, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
When Chupacabra was found, he was taken to the First Avenue Shelter in Eugene and, though his owner was eventually found, the folks who run the shelter arranged for him to be transferred to the zoo because rare animals like the mara often need more specialized care than your average person can provide.
Though this fellow goes by that name, he has not, in fact, confirmed the suspicions of generations of superstitious speculators.
A rare Argentinian rodent, who was discovered wandering the streets of Eugene last month and who goes by the name “Chupacabra,” found a permanent home at the Oregon Zoo this week.
“Many exotic animals have complex care needs that are often best met by people with specialized training at licensed and properly equipped facilities,” Paul said.
“Chupacabra is his name, but actually he’s a Patagonian mara, native to Argentina,” Tanya Paul, Oregon Zoo program animal supervisor, said in a statement.
‘Chupacabra’ finds home at Oregon Zoo A rare Argentinian rodent, who was discovered wandering the streets of Eugene last month and who goes by the name “Chupacabra,” found a permanent home at the