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1997 Broward 108 Raised Pilothouse

Destin, Florida


Broward 108' 1997

Twin 1250hp 3412 Caterpiller's with 8,000 Hours 3,200 Since Major Overhaul 

At 108 feet in length, the 1997 Broward yacht "Abigail" epitomizes luxury and elegance on the open water. Stepping aboard, you're greeted by the spacious aft deck, accessible via a large swim platform with teak flooring, offering multiple entry points for convenience. This deck boasts full teak decking, generous transom seating, and twin teak tables complemented by stainless stanchions. A highlight is the full bar featuring a teak top, stainless sink, drawer refrigeration, and an ice maker, perfect for entertaining guests in style.

Ascend the spiral staircase with teak treads to reach the boat deck and flybridge, offering panoramic views and additional seating areas. The deck is equipped with RTI controls for seamless management of audio/visual systems, lighting, and HVAC.

Step into the salon, where luxury meets comfort. A full bar with drawer refrigeration and icemaker invites relaxation, while an expansive seating area surrounds a 72-inch TV with surround sound. The salon seamlessly connects to the outdoors through exit doorways on both port and starboard sides, providing easy access to the bow.

The raised pilothouse exudes modern sophistication, featuring an L-shaped observation seating area and state-of-the-art Garmin navigational equipment. With a full suite of controls and instruments, including Cat digital engine monitors, Garmin monitors, and Simrad autopilot, navigating the seas is both efficient and effortless.

Descending to the lower deck, discover the private sanctuary of the staterooms. The full-beam master stateroom boasts his and hers amenities, including hanging lockers, nightstand storage, and en-suite heads with Headhunter toilets. Two mirrored guest staterooms offer queen berths and en-suite baths, while the VIP stateroom forward provides a centerline queen berth and walk-in closet.

On the flybridge, entertainment reigns supreme. Two Stidd chairs command the helm, overlooking a bar area with a pop-up television. Additional amenities include a hot tub, equipment storage, and a grill station, making the flybridge an ideal setting for alfresco gatherings.

Crew quarters are thoughtfully designed for comfort and functionality, with accommodations for the captain and crew. The engine room, meticulously maintained and outfitted with Caterpillar 3412 engines and Phasor electric generators, ensures reliable performance on every voyage. With its unparalleled blend of luxury, performance, and functionality, "Abigail" is ready to fulfill your every yachting desire.


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

Basic Boat Info

Make: Broward
Model: 108 Raised Pilothouse
Year: 1997
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Aluminum
Boat Hull ID: CDRCA016L091
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 108 ft / 32.92 m
Length Overall: 108 ft / 32.92 m
Beam: 20 ft / 6.10 m
Max Draft: 6 ft / 1.83 m
Cabins Count: 4

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3412
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 8000
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3412
  • Engine Power: 1,250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 8000
Total Engine Power: 2,500hp
Cruising Speed: 15 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 6,400 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 1,100 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 400 gal


Boat Class: Mega Yachts, Motor Yachts


8,000 Hours 3,200 Since Major Overhaul 

Aft Deck

“Abigail“ can be entered via the large swim platform with teak soul leading up to the aft deck on the starboard side, or by port and starboard aft boarding gates.

Aft deck has full teak decks, large aft transom seating, twin teak tables with stainless stanchions, a full bar with teak top, stainless sink, drawer refrigeration, and ice maker. There is a spiral staircase with teak treads that leads to the boat deck/flybridge to Starboard. Also to starboard is a staircase concealed in a cabinet down to the engine room for underway use.

Full RTI controls throughout for A/V, lighting and HVAC.


Access is from the aft deck to the salon where a full bar with ice drink tray is located to port. The bar features drawer refrigeration and icemaker as well as drawers and storage. Forward in the salon is an expansive seating area with a full wraparound port and starboard U‐shaped settees with tables and carpet inlays between a stone walk‐through.

Forward in the salon is a large 72” TV against the forward salon bulkhead with surround sound. The foyers on both port and starboard have exit doorways to access around to the bow. Access to the Day Head is to starboard in the companionway.

Raised Pilothouse

The starboard companionway has the staircase which leads up to the raised pilothouse.

The raised pilothouse features a modern design seen in yachts being produced today with an L-shaped observation seating area located behind the two chairs with 180° views.

The pilot house features a full complement of a recently installed Garmin navigational suite, along with Furuno black box radar.

(2) Cat digital engine monitors Caterpillar, separate shifters and throttles (3) Garmin 8617 17” monitors
(2) Garmin 8624 24” monitors
(2) Icom IC-M506 VHF
Simrad AP70 autopilot
Naiad Marine roll stabilizer controls Searchlight toggle
American Bowthruster toggle
Garmin hand controls for plotters
Garmin 5” depth/speed
Garmin 5” heading monitor
CZONE ship’s systems monitor
Starlink In Motion internet service


The staircase leading to the lower staterooms is through the port‐side foyer. This staircase leads to the lower landing, amidship with access to the full beam master forward and guest staterooms aft.

The master contains his and hers hanging lockers, abundant drawer and nightstand storage, full centerline King berth featuring a pop‐up television that raises from the foot of the master berth, and his and hers heads with Headhunter toilets. There is a shared centerline shower featuring body sprays, and quad‐rain heads.

The two aft guest staterooms are of mirrored arrangement and both contain queen berths positioned athwartship, televisions, abundant storage, full height hanging lockers, and en‐suite baths with lighted vanities and Headhunter toilets.

The VIP stateroom is located all the way forward in the bow with a centerline queen featuring a pop‐up television from the foot of the berth, a full walk‐in closet, and a large en‐suite head with Headhunter toilet, lighted vanity, and stone tops with abundant storage.


The flybridge can be accessed from the aft deck or the raised pilothouse. It has two Stidd chairs centerline located at the helm with a large bar aft of the helm encasing a pop-up television with a teak bar top. There are four stools located after the bar top with stainless stanchions.

To port of the helm is a complete bar with sink, icemaker, and refrigerator. Aft of the bar is an L-shaped settee with a teak table and stainless stanchions. To the starboard there is seating fully along the outboard side with a large king-size lounge. The entire flybridge from the helm back to the radar arch is covered via hardtop.

The flybridge features a large hot tub forward on the boat deck with two racks for a small tender or jet skis, equipment storage, a centerline Marquipt 1500lb capacity Davit, and a grill station with an Electri-chef grill.

Flybridge Helm

(2) Cat digital engine monitors
Caterpillar, separate shifters and throttles
Jog steering
(3) Garmin 8617 17” monitors
Simrad AP70 Autopilot control
Searchlight toggle
Garmin hand controls for plotters
Garmin 5” depth/speed
Garmin 5” heading monitor
American Bowthruster toggle
Outboard Steering stations with steering jogs located both port and starboard of the flybridge helm.

Crew Quarters

The entrance to the Crew Quarter is centerline aft from the platform down a staircase. The Captain's berth is to port with a double bed, abundant storage, and Garmin 8617 17" monitor. There is an over-under crew berth to starboard for two. The crew head with a separate shower is to starboard forward prior to entering the engine room.

Engine Room

The entryway into the room has the washer and dryer to starboard with overhead storage, and the ladder access to the deck while underway. The water maker and chiller banks are located to port prior to engine room entrance. Walking into the room 120/240 V 60 htz supply panels are to starboard aft.

  • Caterpillar 3412’s 1250hp 8,000 Hours 3,200 Since Major Overhaul 
  • Cruise 1850 rpm 15knts, WOT 20kts
  • Gens: 65KW phasor electric ends/John Deere motors w/2572 hrs port, 2573 hrs starboard
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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