50' Huckins Custom Pilothouse
â€¢Current Price: US$ 249,000
â€¢Located in Fort Walton Beach, FL
â€¢Hull Material: Fiberglass
â€¢Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 50 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 6 in
LWL: 53 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 19 ft 3 in
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: 6CTA8-3M3
Engine Hours: 289
Total Power: 430
Cruising Speed: 20
Max Speed: 22
Fresh Water: 200
Exterior Vessel Walkthrough
Starting at the bow area, there is an automatic windlass system with foot controls. There are 2 large built in dunage boxes positioned forward of the deckhouse for storing fenders, lines, extra anchor, cleaning supplies and just about anything else you may use on deck. The S.S. railings are high and there are S.S. grabs along the deckhouse for safety. The sidedecks are nice and wide for ease of access and have a toe rail on the perimeter for added safety. Walking down either side of the deck there are pilothouse doors to the wheelhouse. Continuing aft the are 2 molded in steps where sheerline brakes leading to the cockpit. The cockpit is uncluttered and very spacious. There is a large hatch giving great access to the lazarette where the Northernlights generator is located. There is good room for stowage here too. This vessel features a closed transom with 3 molded-in steps leading to a large full-width swim platform. In the cockpit against the forward starboard bulkhead is stored a nice boarding system for added safety making boarding and exiting the vessel very easy! There is a dinghy with electric davit mounted over the Salon hard top.
This Custom Huckins Pilothouse is very striking in appearance. You will note the timeless lines plus a few subtle custom additions like the raked transom, integrated molded-in swim platform and wings at the upper most deck really bring a soft rake to the overall appearance. Nena, offers a two stateroom down layout with in-suite master head and Guests stateroom with private access to the Guests head. There are overnight accommodations for two owners and four guests. The walk-through starts upon entering the port side pilothouse door at the bridge deck.
The bridge is positioned forward of the salon and up five stairs. There is no bulkhead between the salon entertaining area and the bridge deck this allows for better entertaining opportunity as one area is not separate from the other. The helm is positioned on the centerline. The Captains chair at center allows for full 380-degree view. The companion chair sits just to the right of the captainâ€™s chair. This seating area is raised for better observation and allows for chart stowage, cabinet and draws for manuals and additional navigational aids. Both the captain and companion have folding footrest below the seating. There is two Pilothouse doors one to port and one directly to starboard on either side of the helm seating.
At the helm there are complete engine controls and full engine monitoring instrumentation for the 450-C Cummins engines. The nav-center hosts a full complement of electronics including, Raytheon, Robertson, Garmin and Dell Latitude laptop computer. Huckins pressure gauges monitor fuel for the engines and the generator. Aft of the helm to port is a built-in stowage cabinet and U-Line icemaker. To starboard is a similar cabinet where the ships breaker distribution panel is housed. Micro Mimi blinds cover the port and starboard flank windows and the aft window of the bridge deck. There is an overhead hatch just above the captain seat for added ventilation. The views from this deck provide perfect line of sight in all directions. Itâ€™s a great area for observation or simply hanging out with the Captain while under way. The pilothouse doors afford excellent access to the wide side deck when needed.
From the bridge deck positioned to port and forward is the companionway to the lower deck. Follow down 5 stairs to a landing and right and down 2 stairs. From here on the centerline the Guest Head is positioned to starboard. The Guest Quarters are forward most and the Ownerâ€™s Suite is aft. The Guest Head has ample counter space with stowage below and a mirrored medicine cabinet above. There is a Vac-u-Flush head and daylight shower. There is a door leading to the guest quarters for private access. The Guests Quarters are located at the forepeek. The guests berth is a large V-configuration with drawers beneath. Next to the entry and to port is a cedar-lined hanging locker and cabinet. The cabin has an overhead hatch and opening portlights to port and starboard for ventilation.
The Owners Suite is located through the companionway and aft. Upon entering there is a large stowage cabinet to port. The queen berth is located head positioned to starboard with two built-in nightstands with 4 draws and cabinet above with 3 generous sized shelves on either side. Over the head of the bed is a large shelf and 2 opening portlights. Below the bed there are 4 draws on either side. Against the aft bulkhead there is a set of doors leading to a large Cedar lined closet. The ownerâ€™s in-suite head is positioned to the port side. Upon entering the head, The hard surface counter runs full length, with mirrored twin medicine cabinets. Below the counter there is plenty of stowage. There is a nice size daylight shower and Vac-U-Flush head. This compartment has an opening portlight for ventilation. All cabins and compartments on the lower deck have piped-in air conditioning.
â€¢2 Vacuflush Heads
The Galley is down five stairs from the bridge and is positioned full length along the port side gunwale. Lots of food prep counter space here and all of the full sized appliances you would expect at home. The L-shaped dinette is positioned directly to starboard and forward. This is a great conversation area with seating for six adults. Aft of the dinette is a built-in desk. At port and starboard there are flanking windows that run the full length of the salon. The windows have new cellular blinds that easily raised from either the top or the bottom. In the aft most area of the salon there is a large sliding glass window leading to the aft deck.
The salon is very light and airy and offers expansive views. There is abundant stowage below the counters, under the dinette and beneath the salon sole. Through a hatch and below the salon sole is the engine room. Access to the Cummins 450-Cs and machinery is very good, making service easy. The Refit in 2002 looks like it was completed yesterday, This what you want in an engine room, nice and clean, very tidy!
â€¢Haier 5.8 Cubic Foot with Freezer
â€¢Freezer 5.8 Cubic Feet
â€¢Stainless Steel Sink with Disposal
â€¢Built-in Desk in Main Salon Area
â€¢Overhead Rod Stowage against aft blukhead for 8 Rods
â€¢L-Shaped Dinette for 6 (with 2 chairs)
â€¢Full length of Galley Countertop to Port - Large Prep Area
â€¢Galley Maid Stove: 3 Burner (Electric)
â€¢Danforth Anchor, 45 lbs with 300' of Rode (3/4")
â€¢Danforth Anchor, 42 lbs with 300' of Rode (5/8")
â€¢10 ft of Chain and 300 ft of Rod (3/4")
â€¢Molded Fiberglass Swim Platform
â€¢2 Hatches: 1 @ Pilothouse and 1 @ Guest Stateroom
â€¢Stainless Steel Rub Rail
â€¢Marquip Davit with Electric Winch
â€¢Stainless Steel Bow Cleats: (2) 12" Forequarter, (2) 12 inch Midship and (2) 12 inch Stern
â€¢Stainless Steel Bow Rails
â€¢Toe Rail Around Deck
â€¢Helm Seat: 1 Captains Chair and 1 Companions Chair
â€¢Self Bailing Cockpit
â€¢Marquip Boarding Stairs
â€¢Garmin 128 GPS (Interface to Dell Latitude Laptop - Microsoft)
â€¢Kenwood FM/Stereo/Cassette with Pioneer Speakers
â€¢Raytheon R20XX Raster Scan Radar
â€¢Polaris HA440 VHF Radio
â€¢Danforth Costellation 6" Compass
â€¢(1) Standard Horizon Depth Sounder and (2) Horizon Intrepid with Distress
â€¢Dell Latitude CP Computer
â€¢Robertson RI 100 Rudder Angle indicator
â€¢Spot Light / Flood Helm wired
â€¢Robertson Norway AP DL Auto Pilot
â€¢Vetus Bow Thruster
â€¢Northern Lights Generator 12 KW (188 hours)
â€¢Mermaid & Marine Air (4 Units)
â€¢Fire Extinguishers: 7
â€¢Windshield Wipers: 3
â€¢Trim Tabs: yes
â€¢Breaker Panel at Pilothouse 12/120/220
â€¢Dual 50 AMP Power
â€¢Freshwater Washdown at Cockpit
â€¢Inverter: Trace 2500 Watt/Charger
â€¢6 Batteries: (2)-8D AGM main, (1) Group 27 Generator, (1) 4-D Battery for Bow Thruster
â€¢Salon Stereo - Kenwood KRC-1006
â€¢FM Cassette with (2) Pioneer Speakers
â€¢Battery Charger - Stat Pwr 40 AMP
Access to the Cummins 450-Cs and machinery is very good, making service easy. The Refit in 2002 looks like it was completed yesterday, This what you want in an engine room, nice and clean, very tidy!â€¢Twin Cummins 6CTA8 3M3 450C 2002 Refit New Engines and Transmissions
â€¢Port hours (289)
â€¢Starboard Hours (289)
â€¢Fresh Water Cooling
â€¢Racor Model 1000MA Fuel Filters
â€¢Fuel Shutoff Valve
â€¢Auto Fireboy Fire Control System
â€¢Engine Room Lighting
â€¢Internal Sea Strainers
â€¢Engine Hour Meter
Aft Deck: 12â€™6â€ x 5â€™8â€
Side Decks: 1â€™4â€ to 2â€™
Salon: 7â€™8â€ x 10â€™6â€
Bridge: 10â€™ 10â€ x 7â€™
Ownerâ€™s Suite: 8â€™6â€ x 8â€™6â€â€¢Bottom Painted: New
â€¢Hull Color: White
â€¢Ice Maker: U-Line in Pilothouse
â€¢Overhead Rod Stowage at bulkhead exit to aft deck (inside)
â€¢Dinghy: Sea Nomao 8'5" (1993)
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.
BRING OFFERS TO THIS SELLER! WILL CONSIDER TRADES! Vessel is turn key. Ready to leave the dock. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION.
This Custom 50â€™ Raised Pilothouse from Huckins is loaded with all of the features and performance - plus efficiency one could expect in a cruising vessel. NENA II received a major refit in 2002 - a complete power train replacement with brand new "in the crate" Cummins Diamond Series 450-C engines and ZF gears/transfer cases. Everything from the engine mounts aft was replaced.
Current main engine hours (289). Current Northern Lights generator hours (188). Docking is made easy with the Vetus bow thruster. A full complement of electronics will give you the assurance you are on course. This is a two staterooms, two heads layout with Galley down that is open, light and airy. Aboard you will find unobstructed views from the Pilothouse and Salon decks. Many updates are evident everywhere you look! Great sunrises and sunsets are ahead!
If you are looking for a liveaboard or island hopper in the 50â€™ range then this vessel should be at the top of your list for viewing. This incredible offering is brought to market by a captain who has been boating since he was a kid. He also happens to be a Huckins enthusiast and knows Huckins vessels inside out and has owned several through the years.
NENA II is 100% ready to pull away from the docks to any destination within range. She is suitable for island hopping, live-aboard, overnighting, light fishing, scuba diving and exploring. All you need do is claim ownership and move onboard.