44' (13.41m) 44 Widebody - Dream Catcher
Dream Catcher is an exceptionally maintained 44’ Widebody with only about 1810 hours on her capable John Deere, fully equipped and truly ready to go cruising.
- Jacksonville Florida United States
- 44 Widebody
- Fiberglass Hull
Dream Catcher is an exceptionally maintained 44’ Widebody with only about 1810 hours on her capable John Deere, fully equipped and truly ready to go cruising. With her long range cruising capabilities and 4’ 6” draft, she is as at home in the US inland waterways as she is anchored in the shallows of the Bahamas. Arguably the most capable offshore boat you’ll find under 45 feet, her pilothouse, flybridge and deck are made from a single mold and vacuum bagged for much stronger structure than individual pieces. Hull construction includes hand laid Knytex fiberglass with closed-cell PVC sandwich core used in topsides and solid fiberglass with blister resistant vinylester resins below the waterline, reinforced with Aramid (Kevlar) for impact protection and watertight bulkheads and hatches fore and aft. She has ABT Trac hydraulic stabilizers to smooth out the swells in rough seas, and with her hinged mast laid aft and bimini removed, her bridge clearance is a mere 14 feet – allowing Dream Catcher access to places many boats her size can’t travel!
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LOA: 44' " (13.41 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 16' 4"
Bridge Clearance: 14' "
Draft Max: 4' 6"
Draft Min: 4' 6"
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 1
Queen Berths: 1
Full Beam Master: Yes
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 850 Gallons (3217.6 Liters)
Fresh Water: 300 Gallons (1135.62 Liters)
Holding Tank: 52 Gallons (196.84 Liters)
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Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Accommodations
Salon with large, weather tight door and opening windows, L-shaped settee with teak table
Generous owner’s cabin forward with walk around hinged queen with large storage underneath
Amidships guest cabin with Pullman bunk and hanging locker; doubles as den or office
Pilothouse with full size chart drawers, large storage cabinets, and settee that converts to double berth
Three-zone heat & A/C
Hinged mast for easy access under low bridges: 25 ft with all equipment up, 23 with large antennas down, 16 ft with mast laid down, 14 ft with mast laid aft & bimini removed.
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Galley
Galley “up” overlooking salon
Force 10 3-burner propane stove with oven
LG Microwave oven
Keurig coffee maker
Raritan ice maker
Seagull water filter at galley sink and ice maker
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Plumbing and Electrical
Portable Spectra reverse osmosis water maker
Very large shower with seat
Asko washer & dryer
20 gallon Raritan water heater
Salt and fresh water washdowns on bow
Fresh water handheld sprayer on aft deck
Northern Lights 10 kw generator in sound shield (apx 2045 hours)
2, 120-watt solar panels w/Victron 30 solar controller
Guest 50 amp galvanic isolator
Victron BMV 712 smart battery monitor system
Group 31 AGM starting battery
3, 8-D AGM house batteries
270 amp alternator
3,000 watt inverter
50 amp shore power fore and aft
LED lights throughout
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Electronics and Entertainment
Raymarine E125 & E127 gps/plotter in pilothouse
Raymarine E95 gps on flybridge
Raymarine 48 mile radar
Raymarine autopilot with wireless remote
Raymarine wind speed and direction display
Raymarine depth display
Raymarine speed display
Rudder angle indicator
VHF radio at each helm
Camera for aft view; infrared camera for forward view
Rudder angle indicator
Anchor windlass control at each helm
ABT-Trac Bow thruster control at each helm
ABT-Trac Stabilizer control at each helm
Bilge pump status indicator panel
Windshield wipers control
Samsung 28” TV & DVD player
Intellian Satellite TV antenna system
Fusion MS-UD750 stereo with remote on flybridge & cockpit
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Engine Room and Bilge
ABT-Trac hydraulic stabilizers (fully serviced 4/2022)
John Deere Tier II 6068 TFM M-1 continuous duty rated
Twin Disc 3:1 marine gear
ABT Trac 12 hp 24-v bow thruster with dual props
Fuel transfer pump
Reverso oil changer for main, generator, and transmission
ESI fuel polishing system
Aluminum fuel tanks (2) with sight gauges
Dripless shaft seal
4 automatic bilge pumps w/status indicator
CruiseAir three zone reverse cycle air conditioning
Inventory of spare parts and supplies
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Deck and Hull
Full displacement hull
Fresh bottom paint 4/2022
Running gear protected with Propspeed foul release coating
ABT Trac hydraulic stabilizers with 6 sq ft fins and 2 station controls (fully svcd 4/2022)
ABT Trac 24 volt bow thruster
Starboard deck allows access to bow
Maxwell 2200 DC windlass
Salt water and fresh water washdowns on bow
Rocna 33 kg anchor with 300 ft 3/8” chain & ¾” nylon rode
55# Delta anchor with rode
GG Schmitt swim ladder on swim platform
Boat hooks, fenders, hatch covers
Sunbrella cushions for flybridge and bow deck seats
Sunbrella enclosures on flybridge and aft cockpit (2022)
Electric hook ups and fresh water fills on both bow and stern
2 cockpit chairs
Kadey Krogen 44 Widebody Tender
2020 AB L-10 inflatable dinghy w/aluminum hull
Suzuki 15 hp outboard
Steelhead marine crane WD 800 Davit with remote control
Weaver removable chocks
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.
- Engine Make: John Deere
- Engine Model: PowerTech 6.8 Liter
- Engine Year: 2006
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 156.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1810.00
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Barbara is based in Jacksonville, FL and concentrates on yacht sales and marketing for the firm from South Carolina to the Space Coast area of Florida.
Beginning in her teen years in Atlanta, Barbara was power boating and water skiing before taking up sailing in college, the result of a weekend seminar she took through the Yale Sailing Club. By 29, Barbara was “hooked” as a boat owner herself (her first vessel being a 25-foot Pearson, which she enjoyed on Lake Lanier).
Having chartered extensively throughout the Caribbean and sailed the southeast coastal waters of the U.S., she is comfortable on just about any size vessel. And because she believes that “good crew brings good food”, she is readily welcomed aboard.
Barbara is a leader in the Jacksonville boating community, and has held numerous board positions for North Florida Cruising Club, including Commodore. She is past Secretary of Jacksonville Sail and Power Squadron and a member of both MTOA and AGLCA. As a past Rotarian and past volunteer for Treat The Troops and Samoyed Rescue, she definitely gives back to her community. Barbara is a member of American Mensa and a graduate of the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy.
With more than three decades experience in the real estate profession, she is skilled in negotiations and the detail oriented nature of yacht transactions. When she isn’t helping clients with their nautical needs, she is an avid boater herself and loves what she calls White Knuckle Sailing, with winds resulting in small craft warnings.
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Curtis Stokes & Associates
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.