Hullabaloo

2000 | 45' 6" OCEAN ALEXANDER

Description


If you’ve been looking for a bluewater-capable coastal cruiser, Great Loop boat or just a weekend floating condo, look no further than Hullabaloo. She is one of the most well-equipped vessels that I have listed in a long time. She literally has all the right stuff, including over-sized stabilizers, custom hardtop with bridge AC, new bow thruster, Cat power, inverter, washer/dryer, Novurania 11 dinghy, Marquipt davit, fresh hullside paint (2016), complete Cat engine services, the works.

There are a lot of attributes to consider with this 456. At a cruise of 8 knots, she achieves 1.5 mpg which equates to just over 5 gallons per hour. Run her up to 15 knots and you are only burning approximately 26 gph. A custom hardtop was added in late 2011 and air-conditioning was installed in the flybridge. Wesmar active-fin stabilizers were installed and oversized 6.5’ square foot fins were specified in lieu of the more typical 4.0’ fins to provide a rock solid platform while underway. A 3kW true sign wavemarine inverter was installed to provide 120V electricity while underway or at anchor without having to run the Northern Lights generator. A second blackwater tank was added bringing total holding capacity to approximately 100 gallons, more than double what you will find on sister-ship models.

Hullabaloo would be an excellent Great Loop boat in that she has a modest draft and minimum bridge clearance of 18'10" to the anchor light. This height could be easily reduced if desired by hinging a few specific components up on the mast.

Hullabaloo represents a great opportunity to own a well-cared-for, turn-key motoryacht. Put her at the top of your list.

Specifications

Length
45' 6"
Beam
15' 8" (4.78 m)
Draft
Speed
Location
Saint Amant, Louisiana, United States; Region: Gulf Coast
Year
2000
Mfg
OCEAN ALEXANDER
Type
Motor Yacht
Price
$265,000 USD
Hull
Fiberglass

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