1999 Neptunus 54 Express

Listing ID2774530
Sale Price$249,900 CAD [ Convert To USD ]
Seller North South Nautical Group Inc.
StatusIn Stock
Category Motor Yachts
Make Neptunus
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Model54 Express
Located Port Credit, Ontario, CA
Length54ft / 16.46 m
Beam15ft 6in / 4.72 m
Engine ModelDetroit Diesel 6v92 T1
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP12500
Engine Hours1700


Boat has been extensively redone in the past year and is in near new condition throughout. Powered by a pair of 6V 92T1 Detroit Diesels.

* new epoxy bottom * new leather seating

* heads and turbos redone * new carpets/flooring

* all new deck hatches, sunpad * new lighting

* new windshield cover, awning * new GPS/chart plotter

* new stereo and speakers... and much more!

2 luxuriously appointed staterooms with private heads with shower. 2 large interior salons to relax in. Wide side decks provide easy access to huge foredeck with sunpad. Large cockpit with wet bar, BBQ, fridge, icemaker, plenty of seating and space to entertain. Equipped with bowthruster for easy manoevering around the dock, this quality, high end express yacht will turn heads everywhere she goes.

Call or email Greg Stratychuk for more information.

DisclaimerThe 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.

Manufacturer Provided Description
The Neptunus 54 Express is first in a range of deep V-hulled express cruisers. The contemporary lines, both exterior and interior, ensure Neptunus can customize any type of powerboat. Speed does not mean compromise, in luxury or in accommodating the client's wishes.

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