1999 Sealine T46 $325,000.00

Northstar 961XD GPS/Plotter
Shipmate RS8300 VHF Radio (dual station)
Autohelm ST6000+ Autopilot (dual station)
Autohelm Viewmaster depth/knots (dual station)
Ritchie Compass (dual station)
Sony AM/FM/LW/SW Radio w/CD and speakers in saloon and cockpit with select audio control

Kohler Model 13.5 CCOZ Gen., fresh water cooled
2004 American Gel Cell Diesel Marine Batteries

Engine Room
Insulated and Sound Proof
Well Lighted
Fresh Water Hose with Tap
All levels check on centerline
Automatic Fire Extinguishers

2004 White Sunbrella, Full Kamm Back Enclosure
Adjustable Double Helm Seat
Starboard Bridge U-Shaped Seating
Twin Sun Deck 3" Matching Pads

Molded Non-Slip Deck
Concealed Anchor System at Bow
(8) Large Aluminum Deck Cleats
Full Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit w/ 1 1/2" Guard Rail
Large Self Draining Chain Locker
Fender Storage in Opening Hatch
Stainless Steel Windshield and Window Capping
Windshield Wipers, Washers, and Demisters
Full Bumper in Stainless Steel Fendering Strip
Full Set International Navigational Lights

Large U-Shaped Cushioned Seating Area
Cockpit and Step Lighting
Stainless Steel Entrance Door with Toughened Glass
Teak Laid Integral Molded Steps from Swim Platform and to Flybridge
Cockpit Table with Dedicated Locker
Full Cockpit Canopy in Dedicated Locker
Life Raft Locker
Self-Draining System
Twin Emergency Manual Bilge Pumps

Swim Platform
Integral Teak Laid and Lighted Platform
Under Platform Rear Docking Lights
Large Storage Locker
Hot and Cold Transom Shower
Whitehall Electro-Hydraulic Passerelle for Gang Plank and Jet Ski Power Lift
Built-In Chucks for Ski or Dinghy
Integral Swim Ladder
Opening Stainless Steel Round Window Hatch to Aft Stateroom
Cable TV Inlet
Dockside Freshwater Inlet

Lower Helm
Adjustable Bench Seat in Ultra Suede Blue Leather
Ships Electrical Systems Overhead Control Panel
Electrically Controlled Windows

Twin Antique Brass Lamps
Fully Upholstered Blue Ultra Suede Leather Semi-Circular Seating with Storage
Electrically Operated Windows
Storage Cupboards with Built-In Refrigerator
Electrical Control Panel
Telephone/AC/DC Outlets
Fuel Control Valves Under Steps to Cockpit
Engine Access Panel in Floor
Built-In 19" Panasonic TV with VHS Player
Special German-Made TV Antenna with Amplifier

Twin Deep Stainless Steel Sinks with Gold Trimmed Mixer Tap
Ceramic Topped 3-Burner Stove
Built-In Combination Microwave
5.6 Cu.Ft.

AC Frost Free Avanti Fridge/Freezer
Electrically Operated Windows
Corian Counter Tops
Extractor Fan
Teak and Holly Floor
Storage Cabinets Throughout

Forward Stateroom
Fully Lined Throughout
Carpet and Blinds
Queen Size Centerline Berth with Storage Beneath
Reading Lights
Built-In TV with VHS Player
Mirrored Bulkhead
Full Size Door Mirror
Vanity Units with Mirrors and Lights
Two Closets
Upper Window Hatch with Privacy Shield
Overhead Lighting

Forward Head
Entrance to Dinette and Forward Cabin
Electric Quiet Flush Toilet
Hand Basin with Gold Trimmed Water Taps
Adjoining Shower Cubicle with Door
Shower Drain with Automatic Pump
Opening Port Light
Extractor Fan
Vanity Cabinet with Mirror and Shelves
Corian Counter Top

Aft Cabin
Fully Lined Throughout
Carpet and Blinds
Queen Size Centerline Berth
Reading Lights
Personal Book Case
Two Hanging Closets
Two Dressing Tables with Drawers
Full Length Door Mirror
Desk/Drawer Unit
Round Window Hatch to Swim Platform
Aft Head with Shower featuring all the amenitities of the forward head

Bow Thruster with Controls at both Helms
Morse KE-4 Single Lever Electronic Controls at both Helms
Pressurized Hydraulic Steering with Full Engine Instrumentation
2004 ACME Props, Class S 23" Dia. x 29.5" Pitch
Central AC/Heat with Twin Units in Saloon and Single Units in Forward and Aft Cabins, all having electronic controls
2004 Automatic 12 Gallon Two-way Marine Hot Water Heater
45 gal Black Water Holding Tank with Deck Pump Out and Electrically Operated Macerator Pump for Ocean Discharge
SEA DOO XP JET SKI with Full Cover, New Gel Cell Battery, Automatic Oil Injection, 50 mph+


Boating has been my only Love since I was nine years old.

My first boat was a row boat I bought for $50.00.

When I went to pick it up the next day with my friends and two wooden oil-crate wagons we had built, we could not find it.

I saw it tied to the dock yesterday, but, where had it gone?

The dock master said it was still there tied to the dock.

Taking a closer look, there it was six feet down tied to the dock.

Well, I owned the boat now, so let's drag it to shore and get it onto the wagons.

It was a three mile push from Coney Island to Bay 8th Street along the walkway on the Belt Parkway.

Well, that's how it all started.

Now I am going on 74 years, much to my dismay, I have my last boat up for sale.

No, I don't really want to sell my beautiful yacht, but, in reality, the captain can't function properly from a wheel chair.

I tried to get better for the past two years and get use her, but, reality has set in for me …the day has come.

She originally cost the first owner a million bucks – with all the extras.

I bought it two years later and kept her like she was when we got her.

It was a happy day and has always been a happy day when with her.

We took her home from Maryland, stopped at Cape May to top the tanks, then off to home in Huntington with five guys on board.

We were all amazed at how little fuel we used – 40% left!

It was a rough ride in the Ocean with 10 to 15 foot waves, but she rode like a big bus and never did we have to use the windshield wipers.

It was a cold March day so we turned on the heat and piloted from the Lower Station …a trip to remember.

I know that I am supposed to write a "Boat Commentary." I just don't think it is necessary.

If you have had any boating experience at all, the engineering and quality you see, will show you why this yacht range is totally separated from the rest.

For example. my Egg Harbor 40 had to have Stress Cracks repaired every year.

I defy you to find a single Stress Crack anywhere on this Sealine.

She is a beauty and runs like one.

If you know boats and would like to be impressed as I was, I will be happy to show you the things that impressed me on board and in person.

By the way, I just put $15,000.00 in all new Sunbrella canvas with Eizen Glass.

I also had installed new Winter Covers to keep her protected during the winter seasons.

So now it's up to you to fall in Love one more time.

Contact Name: William
Contact Phone: 631-549-8833
Type: Power
Year: 1999
Length: 46′ 2″
City: Huntington
State: New York
Engine: Cummins
Engine Count: Twin
Engine Hours: 400
Drive: IB
Horsepower: 450
Fuel: Diesel
Hull Material: Glass
Beam: 14′ 6″
Draft: 4′
Condition: Excellent
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