47 POC Motor Yacht
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The DeFever 47 POC Motor Yacht (the POC stands for Performance Offshore Cruiser) is a heavily built cruising yacht from the Sen Koh yard in Taiwan. Introduced in 1986, the 47 rides on a fully cored semi-displacement hull with a wide 16-foot beam, hard aft chines, and a long keel deep enough to protect the running gear. Like many DeFever interiors, the layout of the 47 POC is arranged with the galley aft in the salon where its easily accessed from the aft deck and flybridge. A center lower helm is standard, and a sliding door to port provides easy deck access from the salon. The aft deck is fully enclosed, paneled, and air conditioned turning this area into a vast second salon. There are two guest staterooms, one forward of the salon and the secondeasily configured as an officeaft of the salon. The full-beam master has a walkaround queen bed, desk/vanity, and ensuite head. An alternate (but rare) galley-down interior was optional. Topside, the flybridge has the helm forward and facing settees aft. Wide side decks make getting around the DeFever easy and safe, and the hardtop is designed to support the weight of a dinghy. About a dozen of these yachts were built. Cat 375hp cruise at 1214 knots.
Overview Conservative DeFever motoryacht with hard-enclosed aft deck provides extra space for cruising and liveaboard comfort.
Features Standard galley-up interior includes three staterooms, three heads, walk-in engineroom, salon/lounge with centerline helm. Second guest stateroom (aft of engineroom) doubles as office/study.Main salon opens to small aft deck suitable for line handling. Combined double head aft shares common tub/shower.
Comments Hull is fully cored.
Performance Cat 210hp diesels cruise at 8 knots; 375hp Cats cruise at 1214 knots.