Price: $279,500 USD
Category: Catamaran, Cruiser, .
Model Year: 2002
Year Built: 2001
Cell Phone: 512-818-9727
LOA: 50' 0 (15.24)
Beam: 17' 0 (5.18)
Max Draft: 3' 6 (1.07)
Cruise Speed: 17
Max Speed: 22 Knots
Water Capacity: 200gal (757ltr)
Holding Tank: 40gal (151ltr)
Fuel Capacity: 480gal (1817ltr)
Total Cabins: 3
Total Heads: 2
Captain Quarters: False
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Configuration: Catamaran
Engine Count: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Horsepower Engine 1: 350
Horsepower Engine 2: 350
Engine 1 Hours: 2800
Engine 2 Hours: 2800
Location of Vessel
Fort Lauderdale, Florida United States
50′ Wright 50PC Catamaran NAUTI TIME SINGLE OWNER BOAT! 50′ Wright PC Power Cat NAUTI TIME is a one owner boat that has spent most of her life cruising around the Bahamas and Caribbean islands. The owner has moved the boat to Fort Lauderdale for the most exposure hoping for a quick sale. Located conveniently on Fort Lauderdale’s Marina Mile, […]
50′ Wright 50PC Catamaran NAUTI TIME
SINGLE OWNER BOAT!
50′ Wright PC Power Cat NAUTI TIME is a one owner boat that has spent most of her life cruising around the Bahamas and Caribbean islands. The owner has moved the boat to Fort Lauderdale for the most exposure hoping for a quick sale. Located conveniently on Fort Lauderdale's Marina Mile, she is ready to be viewed today!
- 20 GPH water maker
- Solar panels on the flybridge roof
- Freedom Lift for Tender
- Davit on port side gunwale
- Back end generator rebuild 2019
- Air conditioning servicing 2019
- Huge flybridge sun pad
- Scuba tank storage/kayak rack/stand up paddle board rack all conveniently located throughout
- Plenty of cockpit outdoor space
One of the many appealing features to the power cat is the amount of outside room that you have on the aft deck and oversized swim platform. The amount of space is incredible and can only be found on these catamaran style boats. A large engine room hatch can be found on both hulls for easy engine room access. On the back swim platform, there is a lazarette hatch for extra hide away storage. Under the cover of the aft sunshade, there is a large teak table with built in L-shaped seating on one side, but plenty of space for additional chairs on the other side. Between this seating area and the swim platform, there is a fiberglass island that contains an outdoors sink with a retractable nozzle for showering off and multiple different storage boxes. On the back side of this island, there are folding scuba tank holders and multiple rod holders. You can find a few more rod holders along the removable safety railing that runs around the whole swim platform. Attached to the transom is a tender Freedom Lift for storing your tender out of the way of the rest of the boat. If you prefer storing a tender on board, there is a hydraulic davit tucked away on the port side railing.
The fly bridge is accessed by going up a set of steps on the port side of the aft deck. The forward looking section of the fly bridge has an isinglass enclosure that can be opened on nice days but is also there to keep you out of the elements on not so pretty days. In the midsection of the fly bridge is the helm with 2 helm chairs. Forward of the helm is a U-shaped lounge area with a folding teak cocktail table. The back section of the fly bridge is an oversized sun pad protected by a safety railing for an ideal sunbathing area. On either side of the sun pad area, there is kayak and stand-up paddle board storage racks to keep more toys on board.
Entering into the salon from the aft deck through a single sliding door, the first thing you notice is the large open area with huge wrap around windows. Immediately on the port side is the galley which makes it easy and convenient to bring food or drinks outside. Across from the galley on the starboard side is an L-shaped settee that surrounds a dining table. Extra-large counter tops are on both sides as you make your way forward in the salon. A large side-by-side refrigerator and freezer sit on the port side below the huge countertop. All the way forward in the salon is the main dining table that is surrounded by a U-shaped lounge. This table top is capable of lowering and with the addition of the extra mattress stored below; this area converts to another berth.
Moving down the set of steps on the port side, you enter into the port side's lower portion of the boat. Forward of the steps is a private double berth that contains a closet, extra storage and a full vanity that has a sink and mirror for extra comfort. Moving aft down the hallway passing the steps, there is a full shower and bathroom towards the middle of the boat. All the way aft is a work room area that contains vast amounts of storage and a sturdy counter top that can be used for anything from engine room projects to folding towels. In this hull side, there is a fully opening door for engine room access.
On the starboard side of the main salon, you have another set of stairs to take you down into the other side of the hull. In the starboard side hull, there is an identical forward stateroom that contains a double berth, closet, and the same mirror/sink vanity combination. Just aft of the steps is another bathroom and shower identical to the port side. Instead of the work room that is in the port side hull, there is another stateroom all the way aft that contains a double berth and closet. There is an opening hatch that can be used for starboard side engine room access above the bed.