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Yacht ID# - 248142
LOA: 68' 0" (20.73m)
Year: MFG:1978 / Model:1979
Model: LRC/Trawler
Category: Cruiser
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
United States (Florida - S.E.)
Price: $399,000 USD
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LOA: 68' 0" (20.73m)
LWL: 64' 0" (19.51m)
LOD: 68' 0" (20.73m)
Beam: 16' 7" (5.05m)
Min Draft: 5' 2" (1.57m)
Max Draft: 5' 4" (1.63m)
Clearance: - -
Displacement: - -
Gross Tonnage: 45 tons
Ballast Weight: - -
Ballast Material: -
Approximate Capacities and Speed
Max Speed: 9 knots (10.35701505 mph)
Cruise Speed: 8 knots (9.2062356 mph)
Fuel Consumption: 600 gal (2271.247068 L)
Fuel Capacity: 1100 gal (4163.952958 L)
Water Capacity: 600 gal (2271.247068 L)
Holding Tank: 300 gal (1135.623534 L)
Fuel and Water Tank Material
Fuel Tank Material: Aluminum
Water Tank Material: Aluminum
Hull and Deck Information
Hull Material: Aluminum
Deck Material: Aluminum
Hull Configuration: Modified V-Hull
Hull Color: -
Hull Finish: -
Hull Designer: Stephens
Interior Designer: Stephens
Exterior Designer: Stephens
Hull ID: -
Project Manager: -
Engine Information
Engine Manufacturer: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3304T
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Propulsion Type: -
H.P. Year D/H Reg. Condition O.H. Hrs. O.H. Date Serial #
Engine 165 2000 - Used - - -
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Boarding THE VOYAGER is from the port or starboard amidship boarding gates via a Marquipt Tide Ride ladder or vertical ladder.  One can go aft through the side decks to the Aft Deck or forward to the Portuguese bridge and Foredeck.  Entrances to the cabin are by the Wheelhouse doors or Aft Deck wing doors.

The Aft Deck is fully enclosed with built in seating, a table, a bar and a centerline door to the Cockpit.  The Salon which is next forward is open to the Aft Deck with the original doors and windows removed.

The Salon has an L shaped settee to port with the yacht’s entertainment system and open bookshelves to starboard.  The Galley is open and next forward.  Steps in the Salon lead to the private Master Cabin and Engine Room area. 

The Pilothouse is large and inviting with seating and all equipment a long distance cruiser requires. 

Steps to starboard lead to two Guest Cabins, a common area with laundry and the forward Crew or Guest Cabin.

Aft Deck

The Aft Deck is fully enclosed and quite spacious.  The deck is oiled teak.  Two deep seats port and starboard offer ample seating.  The port one has a teak drop leaf hi-lo table in front.  Lucite windows and hinged screen doors are both port and starboard.  The aft and sides are enclosed with glass and plexiglass with interior Sunbrella light filtering sunshades.

To starboard is a self controlled Cruisair AC unit under the five tread ladder to the Boat Deck.  Next inboard is a newer Raritan stainless steel icemaker built into a cabinet. 

To port is a bar unit with fitted barware storage.

Overhead is a teak rod rack for eight rods (rods excluded).

Centerline aft is a hinged door and fold down screen giving access to the Cockpit.

Also in this area are overhead lights and stereo speakers.


Just forward and open to the Aft Deck is the Salon.  This area is carpeted.  Immediately to port is a built in chest of five drawers with a table lamp above followed by a large L shaped six cushion sofa with storage below.

Outboard of the sofa are three large windows with semi opaque pull down shades.  In front of the sofa is a large drop leaf hi-lo teak table. 

The forward corner of the sofa has a matching table lamp.

To starboard upon entering the Salon is a cabinet housing the entertainment equipment consisting of a 48” Samsung LCD TV, a Samsung Blue Ray player and an Audiosource amplifier.  This equipment can be hidden by a fold away cabinet door.  This area also has open shelving forward.  The TV area forms the stairwell access the Master Cabin.

Additional open shelving is to starboard under the windows and shades matching those to port.

Aft Accommodation Stairs

Eight carpeted steps lead below.  Outboard is a large two shelf storage locker behind a door.

At the base of the stairs the Engine Room door is forward and the Master Cabin door is aft.

Master Cabin

Entered from the forward end there is a double bed on centerline and two drawers at the foot of the berth.  Each berth has a reading light and an inset storage cuddy in the headboard.

Above the berth to both port and starboard are twin escape/ventilation hatches.

Twin nightstands are port and starboard, each with a table lamp.  Each nightstand has a drawer and an access door to the steering gear (Cockpit was added).

To both port and starboard are six drawers, three shelved storage cabinets and an open storage cuddy.  Above the drawers is a varnished countertop and two opening portholes with a unique shade system (all portholes throughout the yacht).

The entrance to the Master Head is forward to port.  To starboard is a double door hanging locker with shelves within.

Also in the Master Cabin is an SMX digital AC controller, an overhead LED light, USB charging outlets and a variable speed fan to bring AC into the Owner’s Head.

Master Head

Forward to port is the Master Head with a varnished wood vanity with three drawers, two cabinets and an open storage cuddy. The countertop is cultured marble with a molded sink and a large mirror above.

A wood two door medicine cabinet is forward.  The stall shower has a handheld or wall mounted fixture, a seat, shaded opening porthole and a shower curtain.

The toilet is a modified Vacuflush model and has a second medicine cabinet above.  The sole is cultured marble.  There is both LED and fluorescent lighting.


The Galley is open to the Salon, is U shaped off the portside of the boat and includes the following features and equipment:

Tile sole
Newer Samsung stainless steel fridge w/water & ice through door
Corian countertops
Newer Samsung stainless steel oven/range
Newer Samsung stainless steel microwave
Large Kohler enamel sink
Main Deck AC controls
(11) Wood cabinet doors
(8) Wood drawers
Shelf w/storage cuddy above countertop
(4) Overhead lights
Newer Samsung stainless steel dishwasher
Newer GE Profile stainless steel trash compactor


Forward and one step up from the Galley is the expansive Pilothouse.  There is a door to separate this area as needed. 

The helm is centerline with a large expanse for navigation equipment.

Aft is a three cushion helm seat with four file drawers and a full size chart drawer below.  Additional hinged top storage and hanging locker are behind helm seat.  Outboard to starboard is a full nav station with an Icom M-710 SSB and an Icom M-504 DSC VHF.  Below the work area are three more drawers and two large storage cabinets. 

The sole of the Wheelhouse is varnished teak and holly.

There are wing doors to both port and starboard, each with a hinged screen door.  A large storage area is accessed via a cabinet to port at the helm.  Above is another chart flat work area.

Equipment in this area includes:

Garmin GPS Map XSV 15” touchscreen plotter, new 2017
Simarad AP 20 autopilot
Side Power 24 volt bow thruster joystick
Furuno 15” Nav Net plotter/radar
Wood Freeman Model 500 autopilot w/gimballed compass
Danforth Constellation 6” compass in chrome binnacle
Raritan MK3 rudder angle indicator
Floscan tach & fuel totalizer
Stewart Warner direct ready engine gauges
Naiad Marine Multisea II stabilizer controls
Icom M504 DSC VHF w/remote mic
Furuno RD-30 digital/temp/data
Garmin wind instrument
Furuno LCD radar
ITT Jabsco searchlight controls
(2) Cabin fans
Swivel bucket style helm seat w/footrest
Stainless steel Destroyer wheel
(3) Wiper/washer controls
Fireboy engine override shutdown control
Generator start/stop & manual gauges w/charging amp meter
Cruisair AC fan control from Main Deck AC
Glendinning engine synchronizer controls
Audio/visual engine alarm system
Key start/stop switches for main engines
Nav light controls
Morse clutch/throttle controls
Icom AT-130 auto antenna tuner for SSB
Garmin CCTV camera
(2) Opening portholes aft
Pull chain horn & whistle controls

Forward Accommodation Area

From the starboard side of the Pilothouse eight carpet steps lead below.

At the base of the stairs aft are entrances to the port and starboard Guest Cabins.  Forward is the Crew or Third Guest Cabin.

The area between is the common area with four storage cabinets, two drawers, three open storage shelves, a countertop work area and the yacht’s White/Westinghouse Space Mate III separate washer and dryer.

Starboard Guest Cabin

The Starboard Guest Cabin has two lower bunks, one outboard, one inboard.  At the foot of the outboard bunk is a cedar lined hanging locker and two storage lockers that access the area under the stairs.

Above the inboard bunk is a shelf.  Above the outboard bunk are two opening portholes with unique shades.  Each berth has a reading light.

Walking between the berths is the private Head.  Also in this cabin are USB charging outlets and a fan control for the AC.

Starboard Guest Head

The Starboard Guest Head is accessed only from the cabin. 

There is a vanity with a cabinet and drawer below and a cultured marble countertop and sink above.  The aft bulkhead is mirrored with two LED ceiling lights above.

The toilet is a Mansfield Vacuflush toilet.  The sole is vinyl tile.  The stall shower has a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a cultured marble bench seat, a tempered glass door and an opening porthole with shade.

Also in the Head is a variable speed fan to add air conditioning from the Cabin. 

Port Guest Cabin

The Port Guest Cabin has a bunk bed above each single lower berth, one outboard, one inboard for a total of four berths.  At the foot of the outboard bunk is a cedar lined hanging locker and two storage lockers that access the area under the stairs.

Above the outboard bunk are two opening portholes with unique shades.  Each berth has a reading light.

Walking between the berths is the private Head.  Also in this cabin are USB charging outlets and a fan control for the AC.

Port Guest Head

The Port Guest Head is accessed only from the cabin. 

There is a vanity with a cabinet and drawer below and a cultured marble countertop and sink above.  The aft bulkhead is mirrored with two LED ceiling lights above.

The toilet is a Mansfield Vacuflush toilet.  The sole is vinyl tile.  The stall shower has a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a cultured marble bench seat, a tempered glass door and an opening porthole with shade.

Also in the Head is a variable speed fan to add air conditioning from the Cabin. 

Third Guest Cabin or Crew Cabin

All the way forward accessed from the Common Area is the Third Guest Cabin or Crew Cabin.  There are two berths on the outboard bulkhead arranged in an over/under fashion.

There is storage below the lower berth and a porthole and a small deck hatch above the upper berth.  Each berth has a reading light.

Aft is a chest of four cedar lined drawers with a countertop and mirror above. 

Forward is the private Head.

Also in this cabin is carpeted sole, overhead lights and cedar lined hanging locker plus AC controls.

Forward Head
Located in the forepeak of the yacht is the Fourth Cabin’s Head with a vanity forward.  There is one storage locker below and a cultured marble countertop and sink with mirror above.  Port and starboard are cabinets and open storage cuddies with opening portholes above.  The toilet is a Mansfield Vacuflush model.  The sole is vinyl tile.  The stall shower has a tempered glass door and a handheld or wall mounted shower fixture.
Aluminum decks painted with white nonskid & tan walkways
Ideal vertical capstan windlass 110V AC w/(1) foot switch
Bruce 110 lb. plow anchor w/3/8” chain & 1” rode stowed on bow roller
Spare aluminum Fortress FX-55 anchor stowed on deck
Spare Bruce 66 lb. anchor
Raised aluminum bulwarks w/stainless steel handrail
Swivel anchor davit
(2) Forepeak access hatches
Portuguese bridge w/(2) aft facing storage cabinets
Bow pennant staff
Center hinged gate at Portuguese bridge
Forward cabin escape hatch
Freshwater wash down spigot
Raw water wash down spigot
Ship’s bell
(2) Bow thruster foot switches (great idea!)
(3) Fiberglass deck boxes
4 Step vertical boarding ladder
Forward spring line cleats (hawse hole w/horns)
Telephone/TV inlet
Side Decks/Portuguese Bridge
Aluminum decks w/painted white nonskid & tan walkways
Raised bulwarks w/port & starboard boarding hinged gates
Port & starboard hinged varnished Wheelhouse doors
7 Step Marquipt Tide Ride ladder mounted on starboard side
Port & starboard overhead lights
Port & starboard boat hooks
(2) 24” Throw rings, (1) port, (1) starboard
Portside exterior small (occasional) steps to Boat Deck
Sunbrella Pilothouse windshield exterior shades
(3) Windshield wipers/washers
(2) Foredeck LED deck lights
Foredeck sunshade
Posts for storm covers on front windshield
(2) Pairs of additional spring line cleats
Aluminum deck w/teak decking over
Varnished teak covering boards
Aluminum 4 step ladder from Aft Deck centerline
Port & starboard small storage lockers forward
Aft Deck shower
Port & starboard large opening hatches into Master Cabin
(3) Port & (3) starboard rocket launcher on Aft Deck rail
Centerline hinged gate to swim platform
Teak swim platform 40” deep
Telescoping swim ladder to starboard
Port & starboard handrails at transom corners
Aft flag socket
(2) Flush mount rod holders
Ideal warping windlass w/footswitch
4 Place dive tank rack
110V Outlet
Wash down spigot
(3) Deck hatches into Lazarette storage
Aft camera
(2) Large Quartz lights facing aft from Boat Deck
Pilothouse Coach Roof Equipment
Aluminum deck w/tan nonskid walkways
Revere 8 person life raft
ITT Par chrome searchlight
(3) Trumpet horns
Hailer horn
(2) Comrad antennas
Furuno 48” radar scanner
Intellian i5 Sat TV
(3) Garmin GPS sensors
Rogue Wave cell booster
Furuno GPS sensor
Garmin wind instrument
(2) VHF antennas
Comrad SSB antenna
International Navigation lights
Boat Deck Equipment
Tan painted nonskid over aluminum decks
Aft Deck hatch w/safety rail
False stack w/storage below and mast above
Aft facing Garmin CCTV camera
Bridge controls:  clutch throttle, jog steering & thruster
(2) Rattan sun lounges w/covers
Rattan/wood table w/cover
(2) Resin beach chairs
Large fiberglass deck box
Newer UMT crane for 1200 lbs. approx.
Tender chock system
Safety railing port & starboard
Spare drive shaft chocked on deck to starboard
(Rover & Sea Doo excluded from sale)
“The Wire” Internet booster antenna
Engine Room

The Engine Room was redesigned and refitted by Marine Mechanical and Electrical Repairs in 1999/2000.  Nearly every facet of this space was upgraded.

Naiad 254 stabilizers w/9 square foot fins
Tank tender tank monitor system
(3) Oberdorfer bronze head gear pumps for fuel transfer w/Racor 1000 series fuel filters
Hand operated stripping pump w/Racor 500
Head Hunter XR-124 freshwater pump
Raz Marine Galley Maid 24-10 freshwater pump
(3) 24 Volt Par diaphragm type shower sump pumps
(4) Mansfield vacuum pump toilets
(2) 24 Volt vacuum pumps in Engine Room
24 Volt waste pump w/overboard discharge
Watermakers Inc 600 GPD watermaker, 1915 hours
Village Marine 1000 GPD watermakers
Oberdorfer lube oil transfer pump w/6 point operation
2” Stainless steel shafts
Drive Saver shaft couplings
Dripless shaft seals w/small sump below
5 Blade main propellers 32” x 28”
(1) Spare shaft mounted on Boat Deck
(2) Spare 3 blade propellers in Lazarette
Underwater exhaust w/bypass
Harvard exterior oil filters
(2) Opening portholes
Aircep crankcasae ventilation system on engines & generators
Direct reading generator gauges for oil pressure & temp
(5) Racor 500 fuel filters for fuel management system
Workbench above each engine
Porter/cable 3 gallon household 110V air compressor for air horns/tools
(5) AC LCD lights
(5) DC LCD lights
(4) Coolant recovery bottles
Hynautic hydraulic steering system
Port main engine is primary steering pump location
Starboard main engine is secondary steering pump location
Side Power electric bow thruster w/dual rotating propellers in 12” tunnel
Stabilizer system has direct drive from starboard engine
Stabilizer system has belt drive from port engine
(4) 24 Volt Rule auto/manual bilge pumps
Dayton centrifugal bilge pump w/4 point manifold
Par 24 volt belt driven diaphragm secondary bilge pump
(4) Cruiseair DX compressors as follows:
      Crew Area 10,000 BTU
      Guest Area 12,000 BTU
      Main Deck Area 10,000 BTU
      Salon 30,000 BTU
(2) Baldor seawater pumps for air con system w/selector switch
(3) 8” Blowers port, (3) 8” Blowers starboard
AC & DC fuel transfer pumps
(2) Fireboy Engine Room fire bottles
Portside wash basin
Portside work bench & tool chest
Garmin CCTV Engine Room camera
Glendinning synchronizer
Floscan fuel flow monitors
Tank Watch indicator for waste tank
(2) Racor 900’s for fuel transfer system

12V/24V DC systems
110V/220V AC systems
Northern Lights 20 KW generator, 3196 hrs.
Northern Lights 16 KW generator, 4470 hrs.
Acme 15 KVA isolation transformer
50 Amp shore cord inlet, starboard forward Foredeck bulwarks
(2) Xantrex SW Series charger/inverters
Mastervolt Charge Master 12V 35 amp 3 stage charger
Mastervolt 30 amp direct lead 24  - 12 volt converter
Mastervolt charge main 23 volt 30 amp 3 stage charger
Zinc saver galvanic isolator
(4) 6 Volt batteries for port battery tray top slides out
(4) 6 Volt batteries for port battery tray bottom slides out
(4) 6 Volt batteries for starboard battery tray top slides out
(4) 6 Volt batteries for starboard battery tray bottom slides out
(6) Perko battery switches
(2) 12 Volt batteries for 24 volt thruster operation
Main engine DC panel w/(20) breaker protected circuits
Main engine DC panel w/(2) digital amp meters
Main engine DC panel w/(2) analog voltmeters
Main engine AC panel w/(6) 220 volt breaker protected circuits
Main engine AC panel w/(27) 110 volt breaker protected circuits
Main engine AC panel w/(2) analog amp meters
Main engine AC panel w/(1) analog voltmeter
Main engine AC panel w/(1) analog hertz meter
5 Position 50 amp selector switch
Short/inverter selector switch
4 Position generator routing to inverter switches

THE VOYAGER is a true blue water cruiser with extensive West Coast cruising, a Panama Canal passage and cruising on the East Coast form Maine to the Caribbean. 

Built as Starfire with a length of 60’ she was extended to 68’ by a very useful Cockpit addition.  Some of her features are updated electronics, updated stainless steel Galley, four staterooms with four Heads, newer engines, generators, wiring and plumbing. 

Being a Stephens she carries both appealing lines and a great pedigree from the West Coast’s most highly regarded custom yacht builder.

While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard THE VOYAGER, there are some personal belongings aboard.  Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.
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Harbortown Marina
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Fort Pierce, Fl 34946
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