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Designed and constructed by the master shipwrights at Michael Rybovich and Sons, Cynthia, a 2015 Michael Rybovich 86 Custom Sportfish stands as one of the most epic sportfisherman to ever be commissioned. Taking close to 3 years to complete this 86 footer, her exquisite attention to detail is apparent everywhere you turn - there's no denying the pedigree of this yacht. The incredible detail and craftsmanship of her hand rubbed bookmatched teak interior flows seamlessly throughout her spacious five cabin layout. All staterooms feature ensuite heads and there is a convenient day head in the salon as well. Her extremely low hour MTU power (380 hours) pushes her to speeds in the mid 40 knot range and give her an incredibly efficient fuel burn while cruising. Loaded with redunant systems, she was built with the best quality, to be the best custom sportfish out there. Cynthia represents an incredible turnkey opportunity that will leave you speechless when you see her for yourself.
For more information on Cynthia, a 2015 Michael Rybovich 86' Custom Sportfish, please contact HMY Sales Professional Dave Meyer. 561-722-1047.
The hull construction of this 2015 Michael Rybovich 86' is cold molded, with Philippine mahogany and epoxy resin. There are three layers on the hull sides and four layers on the bottom, fiberglassed inside and out, faired by hand to perfection. Finished out in gleaming Matterhorn white awlgrip urethane epoxy paint, she is a work of art that commands attention.
As you enter Cynthia's inviting salon you are immediately aware of how beautiful and spacious the area is. A plush L-shaped leather sofa is positioned to port with a teak hi/lo coffee table. Just across to starboard is access to the day head, bar area with full amenities and large TV. Forward is a teak credenza with plenty of extra storage. The well-appointed galley is also located on the main deck and features a center island galley with three bar stools, a L-shaped dinette and all of the kitchen equipment one would expect. Forward of the galley is the control room which contains ships electrical panels, audio visual rack as well as access to the large storage area located behind the front of the house.
Overnight accommodations on this 86' Michael Rybovich are nothing short of spectacular. The stunning master stateroom is located to port amidship is as luxurious as it is function. When it came to the planning of this space, nothing was overlooked. The walkaround king berth is centerline in the vessel with a large storage area below. The counter tops are marble and there is private access to the spacious master head. The VIP stateroom is located forward and with a full walk around king berth, it can easily double as a second master. A starboard guest cabin features twin upper and lower berths and private access to the guest head. The port guest stateroom features side by side twin berths separated by a teak end table with an ensuite head.
On Cynthia's flybridge a centerline helm provides excellent visibility during high speed, low speed or while navigating the fishing grounds. All controls and electronics are strategically placed for ease of use. The helm pod is varnished teak and there are varnished teak accents throughout. Plenty of seating with three helm chairs, bench seat to starboard and a very comfortable U-shaped lounge forward with table. Additional refrigeration is located forward to starboard with large stainless lined chest freezer and drink box.
The cockpit is packed with every amenity any elite fisherman or non-fisherman could imagine. The teak joinerwork is impeccable throughout and the mezzanine observation seating is ulimately comfortable shaded by the large cockpit overhang and ventilated via the A/C system. All of the refrigerated boxes are stainless lined and the refrigerated fish box has the capacity to hold a trophy tuna.
Aft of the engine room is where you'll find the crew quarters which are accessed via the cockpit mezzanine. Features of this space include upper and lower berths, an abundance of storage lockers and drawer storage throughout as well as a full ensuite head. Across from the crew quarters is a walk in tackle locker that is large enough to store all of your fishing tackle and equipment. Access to the machinery spaces is via a water tight bulkhead door. The main engine room is certainly impressive with ease of maintenance being the theme of the space.
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