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1996 Broward Sportfish

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

$895,000

LADY JANE is a custom-built 87' Broward sport fisherman with yacht-like accommodations. She was the second of three built to rival Burger's successful 90' Burger SARAH BETH. Don Blount a Navy patrol boat naval architect, had input for the design and some of the drawings like propeller pockets, are from Blount. She is Great Lakes friendly with about 20' 8" air draft, light on fuel with mast and antennas on the pilothouse roof removed. This makes passage to the Great Lakes via the Erie Canal or Illinois River possible under most conditions. LADY JANE has a large amidship master stateroom, a VIP queen forward, a twin bed cabin to starboard, and a double bed cabin to port, all with ensuite heads. The saloon is spacious with an open galley forward, as is the pilothouse above with sky lounge seating. The interior joiner work is pickled oak, which is just as nice as the recently sold 150' Feadship DAYBREAK. There is outside mezzanine seating looking aft at both levels. The cockpit is spacious with a fighting chair and transom door starboard aft and engine room door forward. Once through the engine room door, there is a double bed cabin to starboard and head with stall shower and washer/dryer to port. On the foredeck is a davit and Novurania tender, and there are outriggers on the side for serious fishing.

Disclaimer

Interglobal Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by International Yacht Corporation.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: LADY JANE
Make: Broward
Model: Sportfish
Year: 1996
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Aluminum
Boat Hull ID: BWD00701A696
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 87'6 ft / 26.67 m
Length Overall: 87'6 ft / 26.67 m
Beam: 22 ft / 6.71 m
Max Draft: 5'8 ft / 1.73 m
Single Berths: 3
Twin Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 4

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: 16v92
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,450hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1995
  • Engine Hours: 300
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: 16v92
  • Engine Power: 1,450hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1995
  • Engine Hours: 300
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 2,900hp
Cruising Speed: 18 kn
Maximum Speed: 22 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 7,600 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 1,000 gal

Other

Heads Count: 4
Boat Class: Motor Yachts, Sports Fishing Boats

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guest & Owner:
Accommodation for up to 8 guests in 4 cabins; and 3 crew in 5 cabins, as follows: 

  • 1 x Master with queen-size bed & ensuite - amidship 

  • 1 x VIP with queen-size bed & ensuite - Forward

  • 1 x Twin cabin w/ ensuite - Starboard

  • 1 x Double cabin w/ ensuite - Port

 

Crew: 
Accommodation for up to 3 crew

 

GALLEY & DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Located Starboard Side Forward of Main Salon.

  • GE Profile Four Burner Electric Countertop Model
  • Conventional Oven: Jenn-Air
  • Convection Oven: Jenn-Air
  • Galley Ventilation System: Hood Over Stove
  • Garbage Compactor: GE Compactall
  • Microwave Oven: Jenn-Air Model: M167-B
  • Sink: Double Porcelain
  • Sink Garbage Disposal: Kitchen Aid
  • Ice Maker: U-Line Under Counter
  • Refrigerator: 2x Under Counter
  • Sub-Zero Freezer: GE 8.7 cu. ft. Model: GSD2920548BA
DECK EQUIPMENT
  • Deck Hardware: Stainless & Aluminum
  • Anchor Storage: Stem Roller
  • Stanchions: Stainless
  • Handrails: Stainless
  • Cap Rails: Teak
  • Grab Rails: Aluminum
  • Boarding Gates: Port & Starboard Main Deck
  • Boarding Ladders: MarQuipt Seven Step Aluminum
  • Swim Ladder: Aluminum and Teak Five Step Vertical
  • Transom Door: Aluminum
  • Transom Gate: Teak on Aluminum
  • Helm Seats: Recaro Pedestal
  • Outriggers: 2x Rupp Triple, Triple Spreader, 1x Rupp Single Spreader on Center
  • Rod Holders: 4x Cockpit Cap Rail, 6x Main Deck Patio Deck, 6x Bridge Deck Aft Patio Deck
  • Cockpit Tackle Center: Cockpit Starboard Side Drawers
  • Steering Gear System: Hydraulic
  • Ground Tackle: Approx. 350 Lb. Navy Style Fluke Anchor with All Chain Rode, Fortress FX-85, 45 Lb. Danforth with Chain Lead and 1” Nylon Rode
  • Anchor Windlass: Vertical Maxwell 3500 Capstan and Wildcat
  • Deck Winches: MarQuipt 3,000 Lb. Sea Crane
  • Lifelines: 7 x 19 Vinyl Covered
  • Boat Crane/Davits: Nautical Structures E2-4000EX
  • Additional Davit/Cranes: Nautical Structures HMC-1100 
  • Davit Cable: Stainless Steel
NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
  • Rudder Angle Indicator: C-Plath Unit
  • GPS: Northstar 951X
  • Horn: Triple Trumpet Buell Air
  • Bell: 12” Chrome
  • Spotlight: 2x ACR Docking, 1- ACR RCL-600
  • Engine Synchronizer: Detroit Diesel
  • Stabilizers: Naiad 302
  • Navtex Receiver: Furuno NX-300
  • Compass: 6” Danforth
  • Hailer: Raytheon Ray 430
  • Gyro Compass: C-Plath
  • Radar: Furuno
  • Plotter: Chart Nav
  • Closed Circuit Transmission Video: Burle  Camera Controller
  • Monitors: 2x 17 “ VEI
  • Computer Navigation Programs: Furuno Nav Net
  • Autopilot: C-Plath Navi Pilot V
  • SatCom: KVH Trac Phone
  • Bow Thruster: HPS
  • Ship’s Bilge Alarm Panel: DMP of America
  • Ship’s Fire Alarm Panel: DMP of America
  • Distance Log: In Plotter
  • Speed Log: In GPS
  • Depth Sounder: In Furuno
  • Video Depth Recorder: Furuno Color
  • Phone Fax: Panasonic KX-FP105
  • Radio Communication Phones: Taiyo TD-L1550A Automatic Digital VHF, Furuno SEA 225 SSB, ICOM IC-M5 VHF
  • Navigation Lights(Running): Electric
  • Anchor Light: Electric
  • Antennas: Radar, Analog Television, XM, KVH Tracvision, Three VHF, SSB, GPS, Navtex, Cellular, SeaTel
  • Other Items: Aqua Signal Chart Light, 12 Volt Power Point, 15” Magnavox Plotter Monitor, Moose Entry Alarm, Power Control for Riggers at Aft Deck Port Side, Naiad Control on Aft Deck Port Side, Raytheon Infrared Unit on Bridge Patio Deck Port Side, 12 Volt Power Point on Bridge Patio Deck Port Side
AUDIO / VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT

Main Salon:

  • Television: 32” Panasonic
  • Stereo Receiver: Yamaha RX-V795
  • VCR: In Sony SLV-DM552
  • DVD: In Sony SV-DM552
  • CD Player: Pioneer PD-M552
  • Speakers: Four Bose
  • Other: Channel Plus Model 5425 Digital Modulator, Three Sound Stream SNX-1, SN-1, and T-1 Simul Source System Expanders


Master Cabin:

  • Television: 27” Panasonic in Up/Down Cabinet


Forward VIP Cabin:

  • Television: 20’ Panasonic


Starboard Twin Guest Cabin:

  • Television: 13” Panasonic


Port Guest Cabin:

  • Television: 13” Panasonic


Pilot House:

  • Television: 20” Panasonic

Crew Starboard Cabin:

  • Television: 13” GE with VHS Player
MACHINERY
  • Main Engines: 2x Detroit Diesel 16V92, 1450 hp, 300 hours since major overhaul 
  • Factory Recommended RPM’s - Idle: 650  / Half Speed: 1200 / Cruise: 2200  / Loaded Maximum: 2400
  • Reduction Gears: ZF BW255
  • Last Overhaul Reported: Port-8/12/03 & Stbd.-2/18/04 - RPM Diesel
  • Engine Bed Construction: Aluminum Stringers on Aluminum Perpendiculars
  • Engine Room and Bilge Ventilation: Adequate Blowers - 2- 220 Volt
  • Fuel Bowls: Metal & Plastic
  • Engine Fuel Pumps: Mechanical
  • Engine Mounted Alternators: One 24 Volt Each Engine
  • Fuel Filter System to Main Engines: Yes Primary: Racor Secondary: GM
  • Exhaust Line System & Silencer: Stainless Steel Risers and Crossover to Stainless Spray Ring to Hose to Aluminum
  • Shaft Log Type: Aluminum
  • Stuffing Box Seal: Flax Material
  • Propeller Shaft: 3.5” Stainless
  • Shaft Struts: Aluminum
  • Shaft Strut Bearings: Rubber Cutlass
  • Propeller Protection: Keel Only
  • Rudders: Twin
  • Bilge Pumps: Electric Auto/Manual: 4 Electric Auto: 4 Shower Sump: 3
  • Bow Thruster: HPS
  • Air Compressor: Thomas
  • Emergency Escape Hatch: One on Center in Overhead
  • Air Conditioner Manufacturer:  2x Aqua Air – BTU’s 180,000
  • Water Heater: 2x A.O. Smith 36 Gallon Electric
  • Water Maker: Matrix S/N 917678
  • Fuel Primer System: Hand Pump
  • Oil Change System: Lesson 115 V
  • Toolboxes: Two Homax Eleven Draw/ One Tray
  • Two 120 Volt 20” Fans
  • Aluminum Work Bench
  • Vice, 6” Bench Grinder
  • Two Grundfos Water Pumps
  • Stainless Steel Folding Sink on Port Side of Engine Room
  • Tank Tender Gauge
  • Hand Fuel Stripping Pump
  • CCTV Camera
GENERATORS & AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
  • Port & Starboard Auxiliary Generator: Northern Light
    • Port Hours: 4171 / Starboard Hours: 3056
  • Voltage: 120/240
  • Kilowatts: 36.0
  • RPM: 1800
  • Cylinders: 4
  • Hertz: 60
  • Phase: Single
  • Engine Cooled by: Heat Exchanger
  • Exhaust Cooled by: Engine Discharge
  • Fuel Pump: Mechanical
  • Fuel Filters: Primary: Racor / Secondary: John Deere
  • Battery Chargers: Pro Mariner 40 Amp/12 Volt, New Mar 95 Amp/24 Volt
  • Isolation Transformer: 2x Staco AVR 24093
  • Storage Batteries:
    • Main Engines: 4x 12 Volt for a 24 Volt System
    • Generators: 2x 12 Volt for a 12 Volt System
    • House: Four 12 Volt for 12 Volt and 24 Volt
    • Electronics: 12 and 24 Volt
    • Radio: 12 Volt
    • Navigation: 12 and 24 Volt
  • Vessel’s Lighting Voltage and Source: 12 Volt and 120 Volt
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
  • Firefighting: Engine Room Fixed Fire System - Halon 1301
  • EPIRBs: Sat Find 406 GRIR3 
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT & OTHER FEATURES
  • Jenn-Air Electric Grill/Hot Plate at Starboard Side Cabinet in Cockpit
  • Sub-Zero Refrigerator in Cockpit
  • Sub-Zero Freezer in Cockpit
  • Meilink Safe in Master Cabin Cedar Lined Walk-In Closet
TENDER
  • 13' 2007 Novurania Tender with Yamaha 50hp Outboard Engine - Model: 400DL Year: 2007 Serial Number: PKD16463D707
MAINTENANCE/SERVICE - DEC 2023

Mechanical Main Engines:

  • Remove both heat exchangers, dismantle, clean, reassemble, and reinstall.
  • Service sea chest to include re-tapping new gaskets, & zincs.
  • Change hoses as needed after inspection.
  • Replace impellers on main engines.
  • Remove mufflers, repair & re-wend as needed, sandblast & refinish.
  • Service engine starters to include removal and disassembly to allow cleaning, replace start solenoids on inboard starters.
  • Remove raw water system for service.
  • Service to the discharge side to include new gaskets, and new valves as needed.
  • Replace emergency stops.
  • Fuel system service: a) Clean all fuel tanks, and cut access for inspection on forward tank. b)  Remove all Racor bowls, disassemble for cleaning, reassemble, install new filters & bleed air out of lines. c) Change fuel gauges. d) Change oil and filters all machine.


Air Conditioners:

  • Replace circulating pump, install new drain line & re-insulate.
  • Repair A/C raw water pump, and install new hoses.
  • Remove all  A/C handlers for service, and replace VIP and starboard guest cabin air handler.
  • Replace fan motors in Master stateroom air handlers.
  • Install drain line and condensation drain pan for starboard chiller. 
  • Flush A/C compressor and lines.
  • Install new ducts under wheelhouse


Miscellaneous:

  • Service & repair crane as needed (Roller Frozen).
  • Repair VHF radios.


Steering System:

  • Disassemble system to allow for replacement, repairs & overhaul.
  • Re-build rams.
  • Install all new hoses.
  • Detail & paint compartments as needed.
  • Remove steering tank, clean/service, replace sender, reinstall tank,  refill oil tank. 
  • Service tie rod ends. 
  • Replace pilot valve.
  • Reinstall tie bar and connect system
  • Bleed system and test steering for leeks and function

 
Stabilizers:

  • Remove, rebuild & reinstall hydraulic rams
  • Remove heat exchanger for service/ service as needed and reinstall
  • Prove system for operations and check for leaks

Sanitation System:

  • Remove three stage sanitation system from engine room
  • Build three new tanks and apply tank coatings as needed
  • Install new plumbing and replace system pump 
  • Remove old coatings from bilge tank. Clean and prep bilge area for application of new coating apply coatings as needed
  • Reinstall three new tanks and prove system
  • Service all toilets as needed 
  • Clean and sanitize all toilet lines and adjust individual toilet flows and timers
  • Install new float switch and monitoring system to holding tanks
  • Install new filter system and purge vent and ventilation lines
  • Prove the entire system and make adjustments as needed


Exterior:

  • Remove handrails.
  • Strip cap rail and prep for varnish.
  • Apply varnish as needed, and prep varnish surfaces for clear coat applications.
  • Apply clear as needed to all varnished surfaces.
  • Reinstall handrail after varnish is completed.
  • Remove and replace teak deck caulking as needed.
  • Sand decks back to contour and even surfaces as needed.


Electrical:

  • Replace battery charger.
  • Change all batteries.
  • Replace transformer and all main fuses.
  • Remove all exterior lighting, polish housings, repair lights as needed, and install new bulbs.
  • Remove 3 spotlights, overhaul, refinish & reinstall.
  • Replaced bow thruster controls on wing stations.
  • Repair interior lighting to include new transformers as needed.
  • Repair engine room lighting system.
  • Repair electrical at wing stations.
  • Repair lights & replace receptacles in cockpit.
  • Replace transom cockpit blowers.
  • Repair and service engine room fans.
  • Remove & replace main generator sound shield insulation, reinstall new insulation & adjust the sound shield.
  • Replace fuel pump starboard generator.


Wing Stations:

  • Remove all electrical & controls from starboard wing station.
  • Remove wing stations.
  • Build new wing station & reinstall.
  • Reinstall all electrical & controls.
  • Repair base of port side wing station as needed.


Bait & Tackle Center:

  • Remove circulation and cooling pumps for overhaul
  • Rebuild pumps as needed to include re-conditioning the pump casings
  • Reinstall pumps, install new hoses, prove operation
  • Remove fighting chair and dismantel for refinishing
  • Service base as needed
  • Strip varnish and reapply varnish as needed
  • Prep chair for clearcoat application
  • Reassemble chair after refinishing process and reinstall
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.

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