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Carol Anne
2000 | 44' Ocean Alexander Classico Sedan Motor Yacht for Sale

2000 Ocean Alexander

44' (13.64m) Classico Sedan - Carol Anne

The Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Sedan will check all of the boxes on your wish list: good design, well built, well maintained, and easy to handle. Carol Anne is a veteran of America’s Great Loop and is a great live-aboard or cruiser with two staterooms and two heads.


Vessel ID# 2793077      Last Updated: 2022-11-01 11:05:53

$ 299,750 USD

€ 289,794 Euros
€ 404,376 CAD

Description

Carol Anne is a very well-kept Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Sedan. Built in Taiwan, the Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Sedan was constructed to provide safe and comfortable long-range cruising. The Classico 450 Sedan, designed by famed naval architect Ed Monk, Jr., features a wide, covered walk-around as well as high gunnels, for safe maneuvering around the deck. The covered cockpit is the perfect place to relax at the end of a long day of cruising, while at anchor, or docked at your favorite marina. The teak interior highlights both the quality of materials and craftsmanship of this beautiful vessel. 

 

The current owners are the third owners, who purchased this vessel in 2015. Carol Anne was brought from the Florida panhandle to the northeast Atlantic coast of Florida. Having just returned from several months in the Florida Keys, she is turn-key ready for her new owners, and is very well maintained and in very nice condition.

 

A previous owner used Carol Anne to complete America’s Great Loop and make several trips to the Bahamas. She is ready for any new cruising adventures that the new owners can dream up! It’s time to put your name on this beautiful vessel.


Data Sheet

LOA: 44' 9" (13.64 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2000

Beam: 14' 8"

Bridge Clearance: 20' 3"

Draft Max: 4' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 4

Twin Berths: 2

Queen Berths: 1

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 17 Knots

Cruise Speed: 14 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 600 Gallons (2271.25 Liters)

Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)

Holding Tank: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)

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2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Vessel Walk Through

The aft covered cockpit of Carol Anne has custom double Diamond Sea Glaze doors that provide access to the salon. The inside helm is forward to starboard, with a door leading to the covered walk-around deck. The galley is on the same level, across from the inside helm, to port. The entire interior of the vessel has a teak parquet sole, in very good condition.


The sleeping accommodations are forward, three steps down. The double split head with a shared stall shower is to starboard, across from the guest stateroom to port. The ensuite master stateroom is forward.


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Cockpit and Swim Platform

The cockpit of Carol Anne has an extended aluminum and fiberglass roof. The entire deck is fiberglass non-skid. A transom door opens into the cockpit from the swim platform. A second door opens into the cockpit to starboard for boarding from a dockside starboard side tie. 

 

There is a fresh water wash-down connection in a closed cabinet, a hot/cold fresh water shower, and a dock water connection on the transom. There four stainless steel closed chocks with bullhorn cleats. Two rod holders and a flag pole mount with a teak flag pole are on the teak trimmed gunnel. There are four hooks for lines mounted behind the flybridge steps. Two lights are in the ceiling. There are two water tank fills in the cockpit deck as well as the 50amp shore power connection. The 50amp cord was replaced in 2022.

 

The cockpit is large enough for a table and chairs for outside dining. Headroom is 6’6”. A stainless steel ladder with teak steps leads to the flybridge, to port. 

 

The fiberglass non-skid swim platform has an integrated swim ladder and two staple rails.  


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Lazarette

The lazarette is accessible from the cockpit hatch which has gas pistons (replaced in 2020). There is a ladder leading into the lazarette and a ceiling light. There is plenty of room for storage. A small freezer is in the lazarette, and conveys with the vessel. The watermaker (non-operational) is also in the lazarette.  


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Hull

The semi-displacement hull of the Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Sedan is hand-laid multidirectional fiberglass, which results in a sea friendly hull designed for efficient, long-range cruising. The decks are painted white non-skid. The entire hull was painted white by the current owners with a blue boot stripe. The wide, covered sidewalks with high gunnels provide safe and easy access to the foredeck. The cap on the gunnels is stained teak, with a high gloss finish in excellent condition, and has removable covers for protection. All of the portlights have heavy duty stainless steel frames.

 

The molded fiberglass keel extends down approximately 24” at the aft-most end, and tapers forward to fair into the hull bottom. This design can provide some additional lateral stability and tracking. 


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Deck and Foredeck

The rails on Carol Anne are heavy duty stainless steel.  The covered sidewalk to starboard features: a spring line stainless steel closed chock with bullhorn cleat, a deck level diesel fuel fill, a dual trumpet horn, the door into the salon at the lower helm station, two ceiling lights, and three steps up to the foredeck.

 

The covered sidewalk to port features: a spring line stainless steel closed chock with bullhorn cleat, a deck level diesel fuel fill, two ceiling lights, the waste tank pump-out connection, and three steps up to the foredeck. Headroom on the decks is 6’6”.


The foredeck on Carol Anne features: non-skid surface, leading up to the reinforced molded fiberglass bow pulpit. There are two stainless steel closed chocks with bullhorn cleats at mid-ship and two at the bow. 

 

There are two single fender racks mounted on the bow rail, a teak burgee pole, and a freshwater wash-down to starboard. A Bomar hatch (replaced in 2022) leading into the master stateroom is on the foredeck. The front windows on Carol Anne are sun protected with a snap-on cover, which was replaced in 2021.

 

The ground tackle includes: a 12v Maxwell 1200 vertical windlass with foot controls, two stainless steel anchor chutes with rollers, one hawse pipe above the anchor chain locker, a 45# stainless steel plow anchor with 250’ of 5/16” chain, and a 45# Delta Fastset galvanized anchor with a combination of 5/16” chain and 5/8” braided nylon rope, total length 200’.



2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Aft Deck and Flybridge

The aft deck and flybridge on Carol Anne are reached by a stainless steel ladder, with teak stairs, eight steps up from the cockpit.  The open area of the aft deck features: a fiberglass non-skid deck, a mast with spotlight that can be lowered, a Nick Jackson single arm 12V electric davit with a 1000# capacity, chocks for a tender (no tender included), heavy stainless steel rails, and a new Life Sling. A woven string hammock chair that can hang from the crane conveys with the vessel.

 

The flybridge forward has a full white Stamoid enclosure with Strataglass (2021). A unique bi-fold door with magnets to hold it open allows entrance into the flybridge. The flybridge features a fiberglass hardtop with aluminum supports; there are four rod racks mounted on the inside of the hardtop. A Strataglass panel opens on each side, one in the back, and three open across the front for ventilation. There is also a Plexiglas windscreen. The deck is fiberglass non-skid.

 

The adjustable white vinyl captain and navigator chairs each have teak footrests. An L-shaped settee with green canvas covers is to starboard. The aft section includes a back bolster; the starboard side section is a chaise, without a back bolster. Both sections have storage below. Additional storage is under the helm, accessible via double doors to both port and starboard. An EPIRB is located in the helm cabinet.

 

The flybridge on Carol Anne also features: a throw ring, three cup holders, a GFI electrical outlet, two Bose stereo speakers, and lights under the settee. Headroom is 6’8”.  


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Accommodations

SALON

The salon on Carol Anne is entered from the cockpit through a custom double Diamond Sea Glaze door, instead of the sliding door normally found on the Classico 450 Sedan.  A Phantom roll-away screen door allows for fresh-air ventilation. The current owner mounted hooks under the teak valance over the door to hang a privacy curtain.

 

The teak parquet sole is protected by a compass-rose area rug. Access to the engine room is available through the sole, as well as through the companionway steps.

 

A custom double door cabinet and two custom shelves are to starboard, just inside the door, for handy storage. A free-standing brown leatherette lounger and ottoman are to starboard. A large cabinet with granite countertop and drawer storage is forward, also to starboard. The cabinet houses the Splendide Comb-O-Matic 6000 washer/dryer behind louvered doors. An LED ceiling light is over the washer/dryer. The headliner is neutral vinyl.

 

The L-shaped settee is to port. The neutral leatherette fabric is in very good condition. There is storage beneath the cushions, and in a drawer at the end of the settee. A high/low Ocean Alexander signature glass top table is available for dining. Forward of the settee is a custom desk/work station/navigation table with a free standing chair, and opening top. This is the perfect place to work from “home” while cruising. Forward of the desk is the built-in U-line ice maker (2021). The cabinet over the ice maker houses a Sony DVD/CD player, a Bose Lifestyle Music System surround sound system, and a Direct TV Satellite receiver with a KVH antenna. The SEIKI 32” LCD flat screen TV is mounted forward in the salon, below the galley counter. 

 

There are opening windows on both sides of the salon that are equipped with screens. The aft window behind the settee, looking out to the cockpit, also opens for additional ventilation. Blue cord-free blinds held back by blue and green fabric valances that evoke the ocean cover all of the salon and galley windows.

 

The salon also features: seven LED ceiling lights, two Bose surround-sound speakers and sub-woofer, two 110v electrical outlets to port, two 110v electrical outlets to starboard, and a 110v electrical outlet under the desk. Courtesy rope lights are behind the teak valance throughout the salon. Headroom in the salon and galley is 6’7”.

 

LOWER HELM STATION  

The inside helm is to starboard forward of the washer/dryer cabinet, one step up from the salon. The helm features a beautiful teak steering wheel which is a hallmark of all Ocean Alexander yachts.   The double bench helm station seat, which mounts on the cabinet wall, has been removed but conveys with the vessel. The face of the helm station is a beautiful burlwood, and the helm station is uncluttered. A sliding teak door, with a blue blind on its window, leads to the starboard deck. There is an LED ceiling light over the helm station.

 

There are three large windows forward which provide good visibility when piloting from the inside helm. There is an exterior cover for the windows which was replaced in 2021. The large area beneath the windows is can be used for additional storage. 

 

The AC/DC electric panel is under the helm station, across from the salon, and has a smoked glass door.

 

GALLEY

The galley on Carol Anne is to port, forward of the salon, and has a U-shape design. It is on the same level as the salon, which keeps the cook-on-duty from being segregated from guests. The galley features a double stainless steel sink with a single lever faucet with pull-out sprayer. There is good counter space, with a black and white marbled granite countertop. The teak parquet sole has a fitted area rug.

 

The galley appliances on Carol Anne include: a Kenyon EuroKera ceramic three burner 220v electric cooktop, a GE Profile Performance Sensor Convection/Microwave Oven, a Nova-Kool 12vDC/110vAC refrigerator/freezer (with the refrigerator on top) (2021), with a louvered opening in the side teak wall for ventilation, and a new GE Ice Maker.

 

Carol Anne has great galley storage, which includes: two ceiling cabinets over the galley sink, four drawers under the built-in cutting board, another drawer over a cabinet with one shelf and louvered door, one cabinet under the sink with a louvered door (the matching louvered door houses the AC return), a double door cabinet with three shelves under the window to port, and a pot drawer under the range. There is an open teak and brass storage area over the refrigerator/freezer. The area under the forward windows can be used for additional storage.

 

The galley also features: a wall mounted fire extinguisher, an exhaust fan over the range with a one-touch light, two LED ceiling lights, two LED lights over the sink, a 110v electrical outlet at the range, a 110v GFI electrical outlet at the sink counter, and a SMX III control for the Dometic reverse cycle AC/heat. 

 

MASTER STATEROOM

The companionway on Carol Anne is down three steps from the galley. The steps can be lifted to provide additional access to the engine room. When the steps are raised, there is access to an additional storage compartment. There is a LED ceiling light in the companionway.

 

The master stateroom is forward through a two-panel door. It features a centerline queen berth with two teak steps on either side. There are teak walls with opening screened and curtained portlights on each side of the master stateroom. A teak valance is above the portlights and a teak shelf is beneath the portlights. The headliner and bulkhead walls below the shelves are neutral vinyl. 

 

The master stateroom storage to port includes: upper and lower two-shelf cabinets, and a double door cabinet under the teak counter top beside the berth. To starboard, there is storage in the cabinet over the AC vent, as well as a cabinet under the teak counter top beside the berth. The four drawers under the berth, with access at the foot of the berth, provide a great deal of easily accessible storage.

 

Across from the berth is a double door lighted hanging locker under the bulkhead mounted SEIKI 19” LCD flat screen TV. A single door cabinet with two shelves is next to the TV, and a louvered door cabinet is behind the TV. The door to the master stateroom has a full length mirror mounted on the inside.  

 

There are two reading lights, four overhead LED lights, courtesy lights under the berth, two 110v electrical outlets, a SMX III control for the Dometic reverse cycle AC/heat, a fire extinguisher, and a First Alert smoke/CO detector. Headroom is 6’6” at the door.

 

The headboard cabinet provides access to the anchor locker. There is a screened hatch, with cover, over the berth that opens to the foredeck. The two screened and curtained portlights open for fresh air and ventilation. 


GUEST STATEROOM

A comfortable guest stateroom is amidships to port on Carol Anne three steps down from the galley. It features an upper bunk on the outside bulkhead and a lower athwartships bunk. A louvered double door lighted locker with both a hanging rod and wire shelves provides storage. There is also a large drawer under the lower berth, a corner shelf, and a three-prong brass wall hook. The teak parquet sole in the rest of the vessel continues into the guest stateroom, which has a neutral vinyl headliner.

 

Two screened and curtained opening portlights as well as two reading lights and two overhead LED lights provide plenty of lighting. A mounted fire extinguisher is also located in the guest stateroom. Headroom is 6’4”.

 

HEAD

The split head on Carol Anne is to starboard. There are two heads which share a stall shower. One access is ensuite to the master stateroom, and one access is across from the guest stateroom.

 

The ensuite master stateroom head features: a parquet sole, a mirrored ceiling and bulkhead, and a screened and curtained opening portlight over the vanity. The vanity has a molded-in sink with a single lever faucet. Storage is available in a cabinet at the vanity level, a drawer next to the head, and in the cabinet under the sink which also houses the toilet paper roll. The head is a Sealand Vacuflush toilet. Other features include: a GFI electrical outlet, two LED ceiling lights, an exhaust fan, a towel ring, a towel bar, and a door hook. A door leads aft into the shared stall shower. Headroom is 6’4”.

 

The shower stall has two locking vented doors, one into each head. The sole is non-skid.  There is a shelf in the shower stall, with a cabinet with sliding doors above the shelf. A screened and curtained opening portlight is over the shelf. A hand held shower head and shampoo/conditioner/shower gel dispenser is on the forward bulkhead. There is also a ceiling light. Headroom is 6’4”.

 

The day/guest head is across from the guest stateroom. It features: a parquet sole, a mirrored ceiling, and a screened and curtained opening portlight over the head.  The vanity has a stainless steel bowl sink with a single lever faucet. Storage is available in a sliding door cabinet and drawer behind the head, and the two shelf cabinet under the vanity. The head is a Sealand Vacuflush toilet. The mirror behind the vanity opens to provide access to the electrical connections of the lower helm station. Other features include: a GFI electrical outlet, two LED ceiling lights, an exhaust fan, a towel ring, a towel bar, and a door hook. A door leads forward into the shared stall shower. Headroom is 6’4”.

 

All of the teak doors in the interior of Carol Anne are two-panel, which are a decorative feature that highlights the quality of the joinery throughout the vessel. The doors all have brass hooks to secure them when they are open.


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Engine and Mechanical

·        (2) 2000 Caterpillar 3116TA, 300hp each, port hours:2863, starboard hours:2576

·        Morse Red Jacket throttle controls

·        Glendinning engine synchronizers

·        Bronze seacocks with bronze sight glass strainers

·        TwinDisc MG5061-A transmissions

·        2” Stainless steel prop shafts

·        (2) Aluminum fuel tanks, with a total of 600 gallon capacity

·        Dual Racor filters

·        (2) 16”x24” stainless steel rudders

·        Bennet 12”x36” stainless steel trim tabs with dual hydraulic/electric operated rams

·        4 bladed 28” bronze propellers

·        Spare set of 4 bladed 28” bronze propellers

·        Bottom painted 01/2022; diver cleans the bottom regularly

·        Oil change completed every 6 months

 

The disparity in the engine hours is due to the meter on the port engine clicking forward 100 hours on two separate occasions upon start-up after changing the Racor filters. The starboard engine hour meter reflects more accurately the number of hours on the engines.


2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Electrical

·        Northern Lights M843NK 12kw generator with 7415 hours

·        Freedom SW 3012 - 3000 watt invertor

·        Xantrex Invertor with Xanbus System control panel

·        McCarron VMI 30amp battery charger

·        Guest battery switches

·        (2) 6v/220amp AGM batteries for port engine (2022)

·        (2) 6v/220amp AGM batteries for starboard engine (2022)

·        12v bus bars added to the positive and negative terminals

·        Hubbell 50amp/250v/125v shore power inlet

·        50amp shower power cord (2022)

·        ProMariner ProSafe FS60 Amp Galvanic Isolator (2021)

·        (2) Cruisair 220v, split system reverse cycle AC/heat, with (2) compressors and (2) air handlers; (1) 24,000 BTU and (1) 16,000 BTU 

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Electronics

Lower Helm Station:

·        Raytheon 210VHF

·        Raytheon autopilot with ST6000+ controls

·        Raytheon ST60 tri-data multi display

·        Raymarine C95 9” Multifunction Display with Lighthouse US Vector charts (2017)

·        ACR RCL-100 Point Pad Searchlight control

 

Upper Helm Station:

·        Standard Horizon GX2200 Matrix AIS/GPS VHF Radio with 30watt hailer (2017)

·        Raymarine ST8001 Smart Pilot Autohelm Series (2022)

·        Raymarine E125 12.1” Hybrid Touch Multifunction Display with Navionics (2017)

·        Raytheon ST60 tri-data multi display

·        Ritchie Powerdamp compass

·        Raymarine RA1048D-4’ HD Color Open Array Radar with 15M RayNet Cable Pedestal (2021)

·        ACR Searchlight Control

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Plumbing

·        (2) Aluminum fresh water tanks with a total of 200 gallon capacity

·        Raritan Model 172012 20 Gallon hot water heater, connected to the port engine for heat exchange

·        Pro Watermaker (non-operational)

·        (2) Sealand Vacuflush heads (2022 Forward head baffle Replaced)

·         (1) 60 Gallon fiberglass holding tank

·        Jabsco 12v macerator pump (2022)

·        120v Splendide Comb-O-Matic 6000 Washer/Dryer

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Audio/Visual

·        SEIKI 32” LCD flat screen TV in salon

·        TERK TV Antenna in salon

·        Sony DVP-S560D DVD/CD player in the salon

·        Bose Lifestyle Music System surround sound in the salon

·        SEIKI 19” LCD flat screen TV in master stateroom

·        Trac Vision 4 Satellite Dish

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Repairs and Upgrades

2018

·        New port and starboard A/C strainers

·        New generator strainer

 

2021

·        New Xantrex invertor and invertor controller

·        Ground wire Galvanic Isolator installed

·        All three bilge pumps and float switches replaced

·        Forward safety rails removed, cleaned, and reseated

·        Teak toe rail varnished with 7 coats

·        New OEM rubber gasket (125’) and sealant on all exterior windows

·        New electronics as shown on ELECTRONICS list

 

2021 ENGINE WORK PORT:

·        New raw water pump assembly

·        New transmission heat exchanger

·        Stainless steel exhaust pipe repaired

·        New exhaust pipe insulation

·        Routine replacement of alternator and pump belts

·        New 1mm fuel can filter

 

2020 ENGINE WORK STARBOARD:

·        New raw water pump assembly

·        New coolant water pump

·        New coolant water pump tension pulley

·        New transmission heat exchanger

·        Routine replacement of alternator and pump belts

·        New 1mm fuel can filter

 

2022

·        Generator serviced (09/2022)

·        Starboard AC serviced (09/2022)


·        Battery banks replaced:

(2) 6v/220amp AGM for port engine; (2) 6v/220amp AGM for starboard engine; 12v bus bars added to the positive and negative terminals


·        Haul Out, Lamb’s Yachting Center, Jacksonville, FL (January-February 2022):

Bottom cleaning and painting (performed bi-annually); both props cleaned and coated with Prop Speed; shaft stuffing boxes replaced

 

Blackwater System: vent replaced, tank cleaned, tank fill indicator replaced, forward head septic pump baffle replaced OEM, soundproofing added to pump covers, thru-hulls into holding tank replaced-new hoses and valve, new macerator

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Exclusions

The personal belongings of the sellers are excluded.

 

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

2000 Ocean Alexander Classico 450 Disclaimer

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3316TA
  • Engine Year: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 300.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2863.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3316TA
  • Engine Year: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 300.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2576.00

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Thomas Russell

Thomas Russell

Certified Professional Yacht Broker

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Direct: 1-904-382-9610
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: tom@curtisstokes.net

Tom was born in Portsmouth, VA but grew up on Navy bases in Mayport, Morocco, Maine, the Philippines, Guam, and finally in Washington State, where he enlisted in the US Navy.

The next 20 years were spent in the boiler rooms of USN cruisers, destroyers, and aircraft carriers as he circumnavigated the globe. Tom retired from the Navy, having achieved the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer, and settled in southern New Jersey. He then spent 15 years as Director of Facilities in hospitals, nursing homes, and school districts before starting his own company managing homeowner and condominium associations.

Tom and his wife Diane have enjoyed cruising the Chesapeake Bay, where they decided the live-aboard lifestyle was perfect for them. They bought their current aft cabin motor yacht and relocated to Jacksonville, FL in 2016 as full time cruisers.

Tom and Diane have enjoyed travel throughout the US and abroad. Tom served on the board of their yacht club, and is a Free & Accepted Mason, as well as a member of the Scottish Rite. He also enjoys riding his motorcycle with the Patriot Guard Riders, who serve as flag lines at veteran’s funerals.

He is thoughtful in his approach, researches answers thoroughly, and gets satisfaction from solving a problem. He frequently thinks “outside of the box” to achieve a solution. He brings that same thoughtful thoroughness to finding the right boats for his buyers, and the right buyers for his sellers. His military upbringing and background contribute to his tenacity and integrity.

Tom is a member of MTOA, AGLCA, and the Florida Yacht Club, and has completed the Yacht Broker Institute course “Fundamentals & Essentials of Yacht Brokerage”

Tom can be reached by email at Tom@CurtisStokes.net or by phone at 904-382-9610.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Phone: 1-954-684-0218
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net

Curtis Stokes & Associates are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Fort Lauderdale office is run by president and yacht broker Curtis Stokes, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and a well known broker for many years in the South Florida area.

Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern coast close to the Florida Keys, Bahamas and the Caribbean. Fort Lauderdale is known as a crossroads of yachting and is home to 165 miles of water ways and many marinas providing ample dockage for yachts. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show every fall is the world’s largest attracting a world wide clientele.



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