A Brief Overview of HMY
Founded by Steve Moynihan in 1979, HMY Yachts has expanded into one of the largest, most diverse, yacht sales organizations in the country. We have the team and expertise that assures you the finest experience possible, whether purchasing or selling a yacht. For 36 years, HMY Yachts has delivered results; let us do the same for you today.
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Pelican Billfish Tournament
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Jan 23, 2018 - January 24, 2018
Just forward of the galley is the control room which contains the ships electrical panels, audio video rack, tank level indicators as well as generator panels. This area is air conditioned throughout and the flooring is teak and holly. There is a hatch for the pump room and another for brow storage access area.
Access to all owner and guest staterooms, including laundry center and abundant storage areas.
The Master stateroom is located to port amidship and is not only breath taking in detail but also in function. Nothing was overlooked. The king berth is centerline in the vessel and is walkaround with a large storage area below. The counter tops are marble and there is private access to the master head.
The port guest cabin features side by side twin berths separated by a teak end table. There is a teak credenza forward with drawer storage, hanging locker and private access to the ensuite head.
The starboard guest stateroom features twin upper and lower berths, abundant drawer storage, desk with stool, cedar lined hanging locker and private access to the guest head.
The VIP stateroom is located forward and can double as a second master. The berth is a full walk around king with storage below. There is abundant storage above and below either side of the berth, double hanging locker and private access to ensuite head.
The cockpit features every amenity any fisherman or non fisherman could want. The gleaming teak joinerwork is impeccable throughout and the mezzanine seating is covered by the large cockpit overhang which is all ventilated via the A/C system. All of the refrigerated boxes are stainless lined and the refrigerated kill box is large enough to hold a giant tuna.
The crew quarters are located aft of the engine room and accessed via the cockpit mezzanine. The berths are upper and lower and there is abundant 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 tackle room is located aft of the engine room across from the crews quarters. Besides the endless amount of storage for all of your tackle and gear there is equipment access as well. This entire area is finished off and well lit to make maintaining your gear easy and comfortable in air conditioning.
The equipment room is located just forward of the crew quarters and tackle room. The attention to detail and ease of maintenance is evident every where you look. To say its flawless would not be an overstatement.
The lazarette is accessed from a centerline hatch in the cockpit. The entire area is faired out and finished with gleaming awlgrip. Once again access to any service item was well planned making maintenance simple.
The centerline helm offers excellent visibility during high speed, low speed or fishing. All controls and electronics are strategically placed for ease of operation. 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.
Centerline helm console:
Main helm console contains the following:
Electronics installed by Offshore Marine Electronics
The hull construction 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 stunning to say the least.
The main engine room is equally as impressive and extraordinary in detail and layout as the equipment room. The attention to detail and ease of maintenance is everywhere you look. Without a doubt the best layout I have seen. Just forward of the engine room is additional machinery space for the marine sanitation system and hot water heaters.