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Persistence
1999 | 63' West Bay SonShip Motor Yacht for Sale

1999 West Bay

63' (19.35m) SonShip - Persistence

The Westbay 58, is a 3 stateroom, raised pilothouse motor yacht with cockpit & flybridge & has one of the finest interior arrangements of any similar type yacht. Her engine room has full standing headroom & a thoughtful layout making maintenance & accessibility to equipment unbelievably easy.


Vessel ID# 2792440      Last Updated: 2022-09-13 14:37:40

$ 699,000 USD

€ 690,073 Euros
€ 907,436 CAD

Description

Persistence is a three stateroom, two head, raised pilothouse motor yacht with large salon, cockpit and flybridge all in a very popular floorplan. The large pilothouse features the fully equipped forward helm, large U-shaped galley, an L-shaped dinette and the companionway to the berthing spaces. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3406TA 800 HP diesel engines with ZF transmissions and a 20 KW Northern Lights generator this boat not only has the power to get you there but the power plant to support you at anchor. The engine room is clean and well kept, with full standing headroom making maintenance and accessibility to equipment unbelievably easy. The 4 separate and independent reverse cycle systems keep the interior very comfortable. The helms have been updated with large Garmin chart plotters and there is also radar, autopilot, AIS and depth displays. This boat is a Great Loop veteran and ready to cruise immediately.


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Data Sheet

LOA: 63' 6" (19.35 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1999

Beam: 17' 1"

Bridge Clearance: 19' 1"

Draft Max: 4' 10"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 3

Full Beam Master: Yes

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 22 Knots

Cruise Speed: 18 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 1000 Gallons (3785.41 Liters)

Fresh Water: 260 Gallons (984.21 Liters)

Holding Tank: 95 Gallons (359.61 Liters)

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Westbay 58 Overview

Persistence is a three stateroom, two head, raised pilothouse motor yacht with large salon, cockpit and flybridge all in a very popular floorplan. The large pilothouse features the fully equipped forward helm, large U-shaped galley, an L-shaped dinette and the companionway to the berthing spaces. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3406TA 800 HP diesel engines with ZF transmissions and a 20 KW Northern Lights generator this boat not only has the power to get you there but the power plant to support you at anchor. The engine room is clean and well kept, with full standing headroom making maintenance and accessibility to equipment unbelievably easy. The 4 separate and independent reverse cycle systems keep the interior very comfortable. The helms have been updated with large Garmin chart plotters and there is also radar, autopilot, AIS and depth displays. This boat is a Great Loop veteran and ready to cruise immediately.


Westbay 58 Cockpit

The cockpit can be accessed from the swim platform through the transom door, from either side deck, from the flybridge aft deck via a ladder or from the salon via double glass doors. The cockpit and swim platform deck is laid with synthetic teak with tar strip accenting, has four thickly padded, white vinyl, folding aluminum chairs and a small round teak table for entertaining. The cockpit also provides access to the very spacious lazarette and the companionway to the engine room. No exterior teak makes this boat very easy to clean and maintain. The cockpit also features aft port side docking controls, a large electric grill, an exterior sink with hot and cold water, 5 storage lockers and a transom storage locker. There are 5 stainless steel fishing rob holder spaced out around the cockpit and mounts for the two step boarding ladder.

Westbay 58 Salon

Two steps up from the cockpit and through double glass door or three steps down from the Pilothouse is the spacious salon. To port is a very large U-shaped sofa with an adjustable height coffee table with fold out wings doubling its size. Forward to port is a storage cabinet that houses a wide array of entertainment center equipment including a Blu Ray player, DVD player, CD player, surround sound system and satellite box. Along the starboard bulkhead are two pleather swivel barrel chairs and further forward to starboard is an L-shaped wet bar with Corian counter top, stainless steel sink and custom built liquor cabinet that rises up out of the counter top. Wood blinds cover the windows and there are retractable screens on the aft door to the cockpit. 

Westbay 58 Galley

A spacious U-shaped Galley is located in the aft port corner of the Pilothouse. All counter tops are Corian and the cabinetry and flooring is hardwood. Opposite the galley is an L-shaped dinette with Corian topped table with storage beneath and will comfortably seat four. Aft of the dinette is a curved staircase to the Flybridge. 

  • GE side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with in door ice maker (120 VAC)
  • GE Profile 4-burner cooktop
  • GE Profile Performance convection/microwave oven
  • Broan Trash Compactor
  • Stainless steel double basin sink with garbage disposal
  • Broan Silhouette exhaust hood
  • Black and Decker Toaster Oven
  • Stainless steel wine refrigerator

Westbay 58 Pilothouse

The helm is centered forward in the pilothouse in a wrap-around console with all of the electronics, engine instrumentation and engine and transmission controls. To port of the helm is a chart table with drawers and storage cabinet beneath and to starboard is the companionway to the berthing spaces. There are port and starboard side deck access sliding doors with large, high visibility windows with over 180 degree view from the helm seat.

The pilothouse helm features the following equipment:

  • Garmin GPSmap 7212 chart plotter
  • Garmin open array radar
  • Robertson AP300X autopilot
  • Garmin AIS
  • Furuno RD-30 tri-data display
  • iCOM IC-M504 VHF radio/hailer
  • 2 - Standard Horizon HX280S handheld VHF radio
  • Kobelt Throttle and Transmission controls
  • Full Caterpillar engine instrumentation
  • Ritchie digital compass
  • Hydraulic bow thruster controls
  • Hydraulic windlass controls
  • Trim Tabs controls

Westbay 58 Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is located amidships to take advantage of the full beam of the boat and features a centerline queen size bed. There are night stands on either side of the bed with reading lights on the mirrored headboard. Numerous hardwood cabinets and hanging lockers provide ample storage for clothing and personal items. To starboard is a large dresser with drawers, cabinets and large double door hanging locker. Forward to port is a larger lighted step-in hanging locker. A separate closet to port houses a Frigidaire stacked washer and dryer.

Westbay 58 Master Stateroom Ensuite Head

The ensuite Master Head runs fore and aft along the port side. The vanity counter top is Corian with undermounted oval sink and storage cabinets. Aft is a stall shower with glass door and adjustable height shower head. Forward is the VacuFlush freshwater toilet. The medicine cabinet is finished with beveled mirror doors, the headliner is a mirrored.

Westbay 58 VIP Stateroom

The VIP stateroom features a centerline queen size berth with large storage beneath, a lighted cedar lined hanging locker with shelf storage to starboard, 2 overhead hatches with screens and shades, a dresser with built in shelves outboard with mirrored storage cabinets above and mirrored headboard forward.

Westbay 58 Guest Bunk Room

The guest bunk room features an upper single berth and a lower twin berth, a lighted hanging locker and a mirrored full height storage locker forward with shelves. A single port light provides natural light and air into the space.

Westbay 58 Guest Head

Located opposite the guest bunk room with Corian counter top vanity with under counter mounted oval sink, beveled mirrored medicine cabinet, VacuFlush freshwater toilet, mirror headliner, and storage cabinet below the vanity. The separate shower stall offers a bench seat, showerhead and glass door.

Westbay 58 Flybridge

The flybridge is accessed directly up the stairs from the pilothouse or ladder from the cockpit and boasts a very spacious area for navigation, entertaining and relaxation. The flybridge helm is centered forward and features a cushioned helm chair and a co-captain passenger seat to port. Aft are two facing L-shaped settees with individual tables, with a walkway between to the dinghy storage area with 1,500 lb. hydraulic davit and tender cradled. The Flybridge is covered with a bimini well aft of the hinged radar arch.

The flybridge helm features the following equipment:

  • Garmin GPSmap 6208 chart plotter
  • Garmin open array radar
  • Robertson AP300X autopilot
  • Garmin AIS
  • Furuno RD-30 tri-data display
  • iCOM IC-M504 VHF radio/hailer
  • Kobelt Throttle and Transmission controls
  • Full Caterpillar engine instrumentation
  • Gemini compass
  • Hydraulic bow thruster controls
  • Hydraulic windlass controls
  • Trim Tabs controls

Westbay 58 Mechanical Equipment

This yacht features the following mechanical equipment:

  • Twin Caterpillar 3406 TA 800 HP diesel engines
  • ZF IRM350A.1 Transmissions
  • Dual pump hydraulic PTO system off transmission drives for bow thruster, windlass and davit
  • Large capacity sea strainers for engines and generators
  • Trolling controls in engine room
  • Hydraulic Davit, 1,500 lb
  • Muir hydraulic windlass
  • Hydraulic bow thruster
  • Cockpit station (3rd) at port side for docking with swing out arm and bow thruster controls 
  • CruiseAir reverse cycle air conditioning system - 4 zones
  • Hydraulic trim tabs
  • Engine room blowers
  • 4 bilge pumps
  • Kidde Halon engine room fire suppression system
  • Dual Racor fuel filter system for main engines
  • Water Makers, Inc. water maker
  • Control panel for water maker in pilothouse
  • Oil change system for engines and generator
  • Dockside freshwater inlet w/pressure regulator
  • Freshwater washdown at bow
  • High water bilge alarms - audio & visual

Westbay 58 Electrical System

This yacht features the following electrical equipment:

  • 20kW Northern Lights generators - sound shield & Silent Run exhaust system (5,751 hours)
  • Remote panel for generator in the pilothouse
  • MagnaSine inverter charger
  • ProMariner ProNautic 12-60P battery charger
  • Sentry automatic switching battery charger
  • Automatic 120/208/240 volt shore power selector
  • Dedicated generator starting battery
  • 4 - maintenance free AGM batterie (DC400-6)
  • 2 - Bright Way Group maintenance free AGM batteries
  • 2 - Full Force maintenance free AGM battery bank (FFD260-12)
  • 3 - Group 31 maintenance free AGM batteries
  • Glendinning 50 amp 240 volt retractable 80' shore power cord system
  • 2nd 50' 50 amp shore power cord, 3nd 20’ 50 amp shore power cord
  • Additional shore power inlet, port side forward midship


Westbay 58 Entertainment Equipment

This yacht features the following entertainment equipment:

  • KVH Tracvision 4 Satellite TV - arch mounted antenna
  • Samsung flat screen TV (salon)
  • Panasonic flat screen TV (VIP Stateroom)
  • Insignia flat screen TV (Master Stateroom)
  • Denon DVD player DVD-557 (Master Stateroom)
  • LG Blu Ray player (Salon)
  • Denon AVR Surround Sound receiver & amplifier (salon)
  • Sony 5 disc CD Player CDP-CE500 (salon)
  • Bell 6400 Satellite receiver
  • Numerous speakers throughout the boat

Westbay 58 Additional Features

  • Separate rode and chain anchor options
  • 1999 Novurania center console RIB
  • 60 hp Yamaha outboard - 4 stroke
  • Flybridge Bimini extended aft of arch
  • USCG approved handheld fire extinguishers
  • PFDs
  • Man overboard Life Sling 2
  • Dual Air horn
  • Stainless burgee staff
  • Large inventory of spare parts
  • Owner's manual with schematic drawings for all systems
  • All maintenance records

Westbay 58 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.

Westbay 58 Exclusions

  • Owner’s personal belongings
  • Artwork
  • Tools

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3406
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 800.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 4268.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3406
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 800.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 4288.00

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Multimedia

1999 West Bay SonShip - Persistence

Persistence Cockpit

Persistence Salon

Persistence Pilothouse

Persistence Galley

Persistence Master Stateroom

Persistence Master Head

Persistence VIP Stateroom

Persistence Bunk Room

Persistence Guest Head

Persistence Flybridge

Persistence Fore Deck

Persistence Engine Room

Persistence Lazarette

Contact Broker

For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Michael K. Martin

Michael K. Martin

Yacht Broker

, South Carolina
Direct: 1-440-781-8201
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: michael@curtisstokes.net

Michael was born and raised in the lower peninsula of Michigan and was exposed early to the waters of the Great Lakes, spending a good amount of his childhood enjoying fishing and pleasure cruising on these waters. Michael enlisted in the United States Navy as an Electronic Technician and spent over four years at sea in the Mediterranean, North Atlantic, Caribbean and Western Pacific.

As an honorably discharged veteran of the Persian Gulf War, Michael made the decision to take the skills and experiences he acquired during his military service to the civilian market where he has spent over 20 years in various technology related industries and business operations roles. Michael holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Management from Indiana Wesleyan University and his international business experience provides him with an exceptional foundation to manage all aspects of the yacht buying and selling business worldwide.

Michael joined Curtis Stokes in 2013 looking for a new adventure in the yacht brokerage business, following his passion for boating. Michael is the senior yacht broker with Curtis Stokes & Associates, Inc. He focusing almost exclusively on assisting great loop members to help them find the right boat for their adventure and sell the boat when they are ready.

Michael continues to own and operate his Great Loop yacht, The Perch out of Charleston, SC where he is also the harbor host. He completed the Great Loop in the 2016-2017 fleet and is planning to get his platinum status in 2022. Michael’s love of the water and boating continues below the surface as he is a certified scuba diver, diving primarily in Mexico and Florida. Additionally Michael holds a Private Pilot’s license.

Michael can be reached by email at Michael@CurtisStokes.net or by phone at 440.781.8201.

Michael Martin is a graduate of the Yacht Broker Institute.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

, South Carolina
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



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