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1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray

  • 43 ft
  • Motor Yacht
  • Saint James City, FL, US

Yacht price

$52,000
Sold
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray
  • 1990 Baron 43 Express Sea Ray

Overview

" TOM CAT"

1990 Baron 43E

Price Reduced !

The Express Sea Rays can't hold a candle in quality to this Baron 43E express cruise. Only eight produced this boat provides a great ride with the room needed to enjoy traveling the Great Loop and/or a live aboard.

At The Forefront

* New---Garmin GPS Map 5212 Chart Plotter,
* New---20 gal. Water Heater
* New---Maxwell 1200 Vertical Windlass (3 years old)
* New---Upholstery Throughout Vessel
* Penske Mirrored Detroit Diesel 6V 92 TIB Main Engines 555 hp.
* 11' Chesapeake Hard Bottom Tender With 6 hp. Tohatsu 4 Stroke
* 24 mi. Faruno Open Array Radar
* Custom Hardtop That Blends Perfectly With The Vessels Lines
* EZ2cy Glass Enclosure
* Two Spare Propellers
* Hurley Boat Davit***Must Be Seen!
* Hydraulic Helm Seat Which Swivels Back 90 deg. On A Flat Plane

Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7467626)

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Baron
Model:
43 Express Sea Ray
Year:
1990
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
Saint James City, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Tom Cat
Boat Type:
Motor Yacht
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
43 ft - 13.11 meter
LOA:
46 ft 4 in - 14.12 meter
Beam:
14 ft 8 in - 4.47 meter
Draft - max:
3 ft 8 in - 1.12 meter
Bridge Clearance:
11 ft 6 in - 3.51 meter
Dry Weight:
29000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Detroit Diesel
Model:
Penske 6V 92 TBI
Engine(s):
2
Hours:
1753
Cruise Speed:
29 MPH
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
555 (Individual), 1110 (combined)
Max Speed:
32 MPH

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
400 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
150 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
90 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
2
Total Sleeps:
1
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
1
Crew Berths:
1
Crew Sleeps:
1
Crew Heads:
1

Gallery

Descriptions

Baron 43 E

Walk Around

Approaching The "Tom Cat" at the dock for the first time I had to take a moment to adjust to what personally is one of the most stunning Express Cruisers that I have seen in this size range.  These tastes are personal,  however this Baron 43 E just has everything in the right places.  The custom added hardtop blends into the the "Tom Cats" lines with what can only be described as a stroke of genius. A quick stroll around the topsides proved to be easily navigated with the sturdy 316 stainless steel railings.  On the bow is a large bow pulpit with the anchoring handled by the three year old Maxwell 1200 Windlass with a 40 lb. Stainless Danforth Anchor and 200' of all chain rode.  This is controlled with foot switches on the bow or from the switches at the Helm station,

Quality is evident from stem to stern.

Stepping Aboard this Baron I was pleasantly confronted with an exceptionally clean, bright, and well cared for craft. Starting at the integrated swim/dive platform.  Here is located platform lights with a stowable stainless swim step,  raw and fresh water outlets, shore cord inlet and a big "Tom Cat" that appears a little "under the weather".  Entering through the electric/hydraulic (with switch) transom gate, one finds a large and cheerful cockpit with forward facing settee's port and starboard.  There is stowage here, built into the rear of another forward settee. One step up and forward is a large conversation seating area.  Here the helm seat swivels back 90 deg. to make all seats facing.  There is a large "L" shaped settee across from the helm position with a fold out dining and drink table that is unobtrusive when folded.  There is an ice maker here to port with the very well laid out helm console to starboard. The companionway hatch is very well constructed with stainless steel trim.  This hatch is not flimsy,  but rather "shuts like a safe".  Stepping down into the Main Salon one is confronted with a space that exudes true yacht quality.  The galley is to port with a large "L" shaped sofa seating area to starboard.  There is a skylight in this space with slides that allow the light to be metered.  The styling is what I would consider contemporary and very tasteful. There is a large flat Sony flat screen TV here with surround sound speakers. the aqua color scheme is themed inside and out in the canvas and seating. The sole is fiberglass and of a Teak tongue and groove type that is very attractive and durable.  Teak accents abound throughout the vessel.  The galley is well laid out with Corian counters, Magic Chef 10 cubic ft. refrigerator and freezer,  Sharp microwave,  Origo cooktop,  Black and Decker Automatic Coffee maker and a porcelain sink.  Cabinets/storage abound in this area and throughout the yacht.  On forward to the Master Stateroom located at the bow is a Queen berth (all berths have real mattresses) which is easily made.  The bed spread for this queen was sewn by the owner and is quite attractive fitting the decor perfectly. Located here are louvered hanging closets port and starboard with ample drawers under the berth. There are overhead storage bin type cabinets running the length of this space port and starboard as well.  Reading lights,  A Sony flat screen TV and A/C controls are here for convenience.  The Head is to starboard and has entrances to the Master and to the passageway,  affording privacy to those using the space.  There is a circular shower stall here with a Vacu Flush toilet, designer faucet for the sink and plenty of overhead lighting for those that like to primp.  Directly across from this space and to port is the bunk room cabin.  This space has over and under bunks,  a louvered hanging closet and is not so large as to rule out a lot of living space in the vessel.

Overall This vessel is roomy and very livable.

Note:  Items negotiable
Keurig Coffee Maker
11' Chesapeake Tender and Outboard

Inventory

*   New--- Garmin GPS Map 5212 Chart Plotter
*   New--- 20 gal. Water Heater
*   New--- Maxwell 1200 Vertical Windlass (3 years old)
*   New--- Upholstery Throughout vessel
*   Loud Hailer With Automatic International Rules Sound Signals
*   Air Horns With Compressor
*   Trim Tabs
*   Tender:  10' Dory Hard Bottom With 6 hp. Tohatsu 4 Stroke
*   Custom Hard Top That Blends Perfectly With The Vessel
*   Penske Mirrored Detroit Diesel 6V 92 TIB Main Engines 555 hp.
*   EZ2cy Glass Enclosure 
*   Hydraulic Helm Seat Which Swivels Back 90 deg. On A Flat Plane
*   Hurley Boat Davit*** Must Be Seen!
*   Two Spare Propellers
*   Two New Sun Pads For The Bow.  Still In the Packaging

Electrical

*   House Battery:  1 6D
*   Start For Mains:   2  6D
*   Separate Batteries For Generator and Radio's
*   Xantrex 2000 Inverter
*   Two 30AMP Shore Power Inlets
*   AC/DC Electrical Distribution Panels
*   Kohler 8 KW Generator/ Sound Shield With 2603 hrs. Indicated
*   Battery Charger:  Newmar 70 AMP
*   Battery Switches  

Electronics

*   Garmin GPS Map 5212 Chart Plotter (New 2014)
*   Faruno 24 mi. Open Array Radar
*   Depth:   Ray Marine
*   Wind:  Auto Helm
*   Transceiver:   ICOM  IC-M302 With Distress
*   Two Sony Flat Screen TV's
*   Sony Dream System DVD and Audio Surround Sound

Ground Tackle

*   Maxwell 1200 Vertical Windlass (Three Years Old)
*   Anchor:  40 lb. Stainless Steel Danforth
*   Chain Rode 200'
*   Windlass Controlled Remotely At Helm Or On Foredeck

Deck

*   Fender Lockers
*   Recessed Shore Power Cord Inlet
*   Electric/Hydraulic Transom Gate
*   Canvas Drop Down Aft Enclosure
*   Fore and Aft Raw And Fresh Water Washdown Outlets
*   Shower On Swim Platform
*   Electric/Hydraulic Pivoting Helm Seat
*   Canvas Side Curtains
*   Engine Room Hatch With Lift Assist
*   Integrated Swim Ladder
*   Cockpit Custom Hardtop 
*   Cockpit Speakers

Additional Features

*   Acoustical Thermal Engine Room Insulation
*   Automatic Fire Extinguishing System
*   Emergency Fire Extinguishing Pulls In Cockpit

Edwards Broker Observations

Tom Cat is an exceptionally well maintained vessel.  There are small things that are unavoidable due to age,  however with the quality of this vessel being of excellent build, one might choose "Tom Cat" over a newer vessel.  The primary equipment on this vessel is first class. Replacement cost of a vessel like this would be very heavy.  At the current asking price,  I feel this vessel a smart purchase for the prospective buyer.     

 

                                                             
   

 

 

                                                   

                                                       

                                                  



Disclaimer
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.

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