2017 Cruisers Yachts 390 Express Coupe

$440,000.00

Pristine Condition 

Scheduled Service in June to perform the 300hr service out of the water

Full Boat Cover

390 EC: Above Deck

Guests stepping aboard the new 390 EC will find an integrated, full-beam swim platform, providing safe and easy access while boarding. On the transom, boaters will find comfortable, aft-facing seating with a substantial amount of storage. The shore power and utility compartment is also conveniently located in this area.

The all-new, innovative design of the cockpit area on the 390 EC is truly remarkable. Cruisers cleverly modified the placement of the foredeck access steps by moving them to mid-ship allowing for a full beam cockpit seating and entertainment area. The port and starboard L-shaped seating arrangements have aft-facing flip up lounge seating and plentiful storage underneath. Astutely designed, the port side seating can move to centerline and join the starboard seating to fashion a large U-shaped seating arrangement with a comfortable dining atmosphere for six adults. Owners also have the option to add the sun lounge package, which includes the cockpit table with filler cushions and power actuated aft seating backrests providing the largest sunbathing area in this segment.

Located behind the helm, the 390 EC features a standard wet bar with molded-in sink, storage, and trash receptacle. An optional ice maker, refrigerator, and grill can be added as well. At the state-of-the-art helm sits a double wide seat with flip-up bolster and a centerline-facing companion seat with aft-facing lounge. To improve comfort and conversation, the cockpit and helm area are conveniently and easily enclosed. This is achieved with a fixed frame hardtop super structure and a full front frameless window with unrestricted visibility. Conversely, the 390 EC can easily achieve the openness of an express boat with the largest opening sunroof in its class (total opening is 42 square feet). This gives the 390 EC the largest cockpit and helm area of its class at approximately 157 square feet of usable space for boaters all on one level.

Transitioning from cockpit to foredeck is made easy with mid-ship sidewalks that measure 10 inches wide. Another spectacular sunbathing area can be found at the bow. The optional foredeck sun pads with flip-up backrests are accompanied by beverage cup holders.

390 EC: Accommodations Deck

Below deck, guests will step into the luxurious salon where they will find a fully equipped galley with two-burner stove, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, drawer storage and overhead storage. An overhead skylight provides plenty of natural lighting throughout the salon, galley and head. The full beam, mid-ship master stateroom affords exceptional standing headroom and a step down Queen-size berth with portside settee. Storage includes a full length, cedar lined hanging locker. A fully equipped head features a separate shower stall with ample storage above and below the vanity. The forward, full beam dinette seating with storage converts into a secondary stateroom that sleeps two with privacy. Optional flip-up backrests can create two additional sleeping berths. Guests will enjoy exceptional natural lighting throughout thanks to post glazed hull glass that extends all the way from the bow to mid-ship.

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Description

Specs
Hull Shape: Deep VeeDimensions
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 8 in with I/O
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 9 in with IPS
Bridge Clearance: 11 ft 0 in with hardtop
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 20000 lbsEngines
Total Power: 860 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: MerCruiser
Year Built: 2017
Engine Model: 8.2 L Mag
Engine Type: Inboard/Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 240
Engine Power: 430 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: MerCruiser
Year Built: 2017
Engine Model: 8.2 L Mag
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 240
Engine Power: 430 HP

Cruising Speed: 22 mph

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (230 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Electronics
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Plotter
Autopilot
Compass
GPS
VHF
Radar
TV set
DVD player
Radio
CD player
Cockpit speakers

Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Battery charger
Air conditioning
Heating
Hot water
Microwave oven
Electric head
Refrigerator
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Generator
Inverter
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak cockpit
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Electric windlass

Covers
Cockpit cover

Equipment list
MACHINERY•Two Mercruiser, 8.2 liter, inboard/outboard, fuel injected gasoline engines. • Engine Model: 8.2 MAG H.O.
• Horsepower: 430 HP at 4600 – 5000 RPM
• Port Serial No.: 2A506152 •Starboard Serial No.: 2A527455• Hours port: 130 •Hours Starboard: 130
• Cooling system: Fresh water cooled with heat exchangers.
Condition: Operational

DRIVE TRAIN

• Two Mercury, outdrives (Operational)

  • Model: Brovo Three XR
  • Port Serial number: 2A335079 • Starboard Serial number: A335078
  • Two, BRAVO THREE XR, Duoprop aluminum, 3-blade with 4-blade inner propeller,on each drive unit.
  • Starboard propeller numbers: 3 blade outer = 48-842942 24P, 4-blade inner propeller 48-842941 24P
  • Port side propeller numbers: 3 Blade outer = 48-842942 24P • 4 blade inner propeller48-842941 24PSTEERING SYSTEM/ TRIM TABS / STABILIZERS

    • The vessel is equipped with Hydraulic steering, two outdrives.
    • One set of Bennett – stainless steel trim tabs were found operational.

    GENERATOR

    • Kohler – Model: 7.5EKD • Hours: 30
    • Voltage 120 Condition: Operational

    • Serial number: SGM32G9GP • Kilowatt: 7.5 at 3600 RPM

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AC Systems

    Two, 30 amp, 125 Volt shore power inlets, located starboard side transom locker with no visible damage. AC overcurrent protection installed. Main AC breakers are located be tween the inlets.

    DC Systems

    12 Volt DC system power is supplied by one each dedicated, Group 24, 12 volt sealed type batteries for each engine and generator. One, 12 Volt, sealed battery for house. Four rotary type battery switches were dedicated to each engine and located on engine room bulkhead.

    Batteries are charged by two engine 12 Volt, 70 AMP alternators, and one AC, ProNautic 12 Volt, 40 Amp marine battery charger.
    System contains distribution panel with circuit breakers for branch circuits and voltmeters located in aft stateroom bulkhead. Additional fuses are located below drive station and engine room. DC overcurrent protection installed.

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS REMARKS

    AC/DC appears to be from original installation. Vessel is equipped with GFCI protection. Shore power was connected and powered the AC systems. DC system was powered up from on board battery systems. Wiring appears Marine type and properly installed. Batteries were contained in boxes and properly strapped.

    FUEL TANKS

    Total capacity: 230 total gallons in two aluminum 2052 aluminum tanks, located inside outer hull aft. Limited access,
    Where vented: Adequate,
    Grounded: Yes.

    Feed lines: Flex, Type A1, Labeling on Tank: YES Shut-off valve: In line,

    WATER TANKS
    Total capacity: 70 gallons, one plastic tank located below aft cabin berth. Water Pumps: One, Whale, 12 V, 45 PSI water pump (Operational),
    Water Heater: One Whale, 11 gallon (Operational).
    Other:

    MARINE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM

    One Dometic, electric marine toilet with estimated 40 gallon plastic holding tank located below main saloon (In serviceable condition). Deck fitting for land base pump out, or Y-Valve to three mile electric macerator overboard (Not tested), comply with USCG requirements.

    TANKAGE REMARKS

    The fuel and water tanks were not accessible for complete examination. Fuel and water tanks were not full at time of inspection, It is recommended to be proven.

    SEACOCKS, THRU HULLS, WATER INLETS

    • Vessel is equipped with Bronze Seacocks and Thru-hull valves. • Air conditioning thru-hull valve and generator were actuated.

    DEWATERING SYSTEMS
    • One 12 Volt, Johnson Pump, submersible 2200 GPH bilge pump with automatic float

    switch in aft bilge (Operational).
    • One 12 Volt, Johnson Pump, submersible 2200 GPH bilge pump with automatic float

    switch in mid bilge (Operational).
    • One 12 Volt, Johnson Pump, submersible 2200 GPH bilge pump with automatic float

    switch in forward bilge (Operational).
    • Shower sump with 12 Volt electric Sahara 500 GPH submersible pump with automatic

    float switch (Operational).
    • Aft and mid bilges high water alarm (Operational).

    WASH DOWN SYSTEMS

    • One fresh water, hot and cold cockpit shower (Operational). • One anchor wash down in anchor locker (Operational)
    • One Washdown in lazarette.

    ACCOMMODATIONS

    From cockpit centerline companionway, head to Starboard, Galley to port, Large island style dinette forward with aft cabin furnished with queen sized berth to starboard and hanging lockers and sitting lounge port side.
    Interior spaces were found clean and organized.

    APPLIANCES/ACCESSORIES

    Kenyon, 2-Burner electric Stove (Operational), Mueve, microwave oven (Serviceable), Dometic, refrigerator/freezer (Operational), Kenyon, outside electric grill (Operational), Sony, AM/FM/CD player (Operational), Jensen, AM/FM/CD player (Operational), Jensen, TV with Digital antenna (Operational), Isotherm fridge (Operational).

    NAVIGATION AIDS

    • (1) Ritchie, 4’ magnetic compass (serviceable condition)

    • (1) Raymarine, model: Hybrid Touch, GPS/GPS CHART/ Fish/Radar, Engine data
    • (1) Lowrance, GPS/GPS MAP/ Radar touch screen
    • (1) Raymareine, Integrated autopilot COMMUNICATION(1) Raymarine, VHF radio (Functional).

      DRIVE STATION CONTROL PANEL INCLUDES

      Engine water temperature, voltage, oil pressure. Navigation lights, anchor light, instrument lights, blower, three bilge pump override switches, Engine ignition, trim tabs, windless, windshield wipers, horn, spot light.

      SAFETY EQUIPMENT

      REQUIRED LIGHTS AND SIGNAL APPARATUS:

      Navigation and anchor lights were found in working order at the time of inspection.

      LIFE SAVING GEAR
      Flotation Personal Devices (PFD’s): Six, type II, one kids type , USCG approved. Note: Assure to have one PDF for each person onboard in serviceable condition. Life ring: Not sighted, Any boat 16 feet or longer must carry on throwable device. Flares: None sighted. All vessels on U.S costal waters must be equipped with USCG approved visual distress signals (33 CFR 175.130).
      Sound device: ELectric horn (Operational).
      Navigation Rules Book: Not sighted, It is recommended to have a copy on board. It is mandatory to be kept on vessels over 12 meters (39.4 feet) in length.

      POLLUTION CONTROL

      Oil Discharge Prohibited Placard (CFR 155.450): SIghted. Garbage MARPOL Placard (CFR 151.59): Sighted.

      SMOKE DETECTORS

      None sighted, ALL VESSELS 26 FT OR MORE IN LENGTH WITH ACCOMMODATION SPACES INTENDED FOR SLEEPING ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A SMOKE DETECTOR PER NFPA 302/12.3.

      CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS

      One- Carbon Monoxide Alarm sighted in aft cabin, Alarm was found operational. However, recommend to install a CO Alarm in main and forward cabin as well.
      ABYC A-24 Standard, recommends that a carbon monoxide detection system should be installed on all boats with an enclosed accommodation compartment (s).

      *Detector should be Installed in main cabin and each sleeping area.

      ABYC TH-22 Standard, recommends Carbon Monoxide (CO) labels (Gasoline boats). Note: Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that weights about the same as air.

      FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS

      Two, dry chemical type, USCG type, BII portable fire extinguishers. No service tag sighted, Maintain fire extinguishers per NFPA recommendations.

      FIXED FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS

      One FireBoy, in engine compartment, No service tag sighted.
      Fixed fire extinguisher system must be inspected monthly per ABYC Standard A-4.

      GROUND TACKLE

      • (1), Lewmar 22 lb. galvanized anchor with unknown length of rode and chain. • (1) Quick electric windlass (Operational)

      SMALL BOAT OR OTHER OUTFIT

      • Electric canvas opening top 

      • Cockpit cushions 
      • Swimming ladder 
      • Bow cushions 

      • Under water lights (Operational).
      • Vessel is equipped with REVERSO Oil Change System 

Manufacturer Provided Description
Moods change. Needs change. So does the remarkably versatile 390. Whether you’re looking forward to an intimate evening for two, or entertaining a group of friends for the afternoon, the adaptable 390 easily changes identities to suit your needs. Offering convertible seating for a variety of free-flowing accommodations.
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.
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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