1999 McKinna 57 Pilothouse
Cummins 8.3 BTA 450 HP Diesel Engines with 1109 Hours
Dingy is included, it is a Generation 11’2” with a 30 hp Honda 2020
A very well maintained and properly owned yacht with low hours and reliable Cummins Diesels. Featuring a 3 Stateroom layout, with a beautiful Birdseye Maple interior. She is well updated with a recent Fiberglass Hardtop, Rigid EZ2CY flybridge enclosure, new aft teak decks, Garmin electronics, fresh bottom paint, bow thruster, dinghy crane and much more.
Haul and topsides waxed.
1000 hour service just completed.
The boat is in turn key condition!Forward sun lounge cushions Under water lights
The success of the McKinna 57 Pilothouse is due in large part to its broad appeal - more than 40 of the McKinna 57's have been delivered since the boat was first introduced in 1997. The deck design is quite versatile and can be configured to most any need. What's more, although the list of standard features is impressive, the options are numerous as well. A full complement of galley appliances is standard. To power everything, both a 21.5-kilowatt generator and 2500-watt AC/DC inverter are standard. At the dock, the 57 Pilothouse is a study in stylish lines and flowing curves. However, on open water is where passengers will appreciate the effort of the McKinna design team put into creating this world-class yacht. The ride is smooth and quiet. The deep-V hull, with its 22-degree entry angle and 18.5 degrees of deadrise at the transom, provides excellent stability in most any sea conditions.
Beginning aft one boards from a very large extended swim platform and up to the aft cockpit through either of the port or starboard transom gates to the large aft cockpit deck. This deck is partially covered by the bridge overhang and features a full wet bar with controls center-line of the transom.
You enter the full beam salon through two sliding glass doors and find Ultra Leather sofas on both sides with a coffee/dining table to starboard, the wet bar with ice-maker and refrigerator/freezer is to port. The entertainment center is forward.
The pilothouse is raised three steps up to starboard and the galley and lower helm are here.
Going down the stairwell (to starboard( one turns aft to find the full beam mid-ships master stateroom with Queen berth, two cedar lined hanging lockers and an en-suite head with shower stall.
Forward to port is an over-under private stateroom and all the way forward is a guest stateroom with a double berth. These two staterooms share a head and separate shower stall to starboard. The laundry center is located in this hallway.
Going up from the Pilothouse there is a stairwell leading the large Fly-bridge protected by the fiberglass hardtop with L shaped guest seating aft and a large dual helm seat for Captain and Mate. There is a wet bar and storage cabinet aft and an opening gate leads aft to the boat deck. Full Lexan enclosure here for all weather comfort.
Decks are accessed by an "airplane style" pan-tropic door to starboard in the pilothouse. Guest seating on the fore-deck and storage lockers.
The engine room is accessed by an opening hatch in the aft deck.
There is a beautiful Birdseye Maple wood interior throughout. The headroom is 6'8" throughout, except for the master stateroom, which is 6'5".
The galley is up to the port and features Sub-Zero Integrated Refrigeration system with upright refrigerator with two drawer freezer below. Washer/dryer in the lower hallway across from the guest head
Master Stateroom, Located midships and featuring a queen berth with full walk around. There are two cedar lined hanging lockers, a lighted vanity, abundant drawer storage, wall to wall carpeting, 19" TV, AM-FM-CD modular stereo, indirect rope and accent lighting and a very large en-suite head with marble flooring and counters, large shower stall, opening port and direct lighting.
Mid Stateroom, Located forward to port is a guest stateroom with an over under single and double berth, a nice hanging locker, and opening portlight.
Forward Stateroom, In the bow of the boat one finds a roomy double berth to port, with two opening portlights and an overhead hatch. There is a private TV here as well as another hanging locker.
The aft deck cockpit and swim platform feature new (in 2017) teak decks left natural for ease of care and beauty.
There is a full wet-bar with icemaker and sink molded into the transom and in the cabinet below is a hinged hide-away control station with clutches and throttles, bow thruster controls, and stop and start buttons.
There are port and starboard hinged transom doors and two steps down one finds the molded-in swim step with an extended swim platform with concealed dive ladder. This likely is the largest swim step arrangement found in this class.
Forward on the aft deck, there is a ladder leading to the boat deck. There are narrow side decks for line handling with grab rails leading around the sides to the foredeck. There is a large hatch leading down to the engine room spaces from the aft deck.
The foredeck has port and starboard boarding gates, welded oversized stainless rails. two storage boxes, an anchor pulpit with anchor chute and roller and remote controlled windlass.
The Flybridge is accessed by the stairwell from the Pilothouse, or from the aft boat deck. Protected from the elements by the recent addition of a high quality molded fiberglass hardtop blended into the radar arch. There is a recent hard rigid Lexan enclosure that hinges up and snaps under the hardtop to allow for unrestricted airflow. There are solar panels made of Textilene mesh fabric that Velcro onto the insides of the enclosure to protect from the sun yet still allow visibility out.
There is modern Sunbrella guest seating cushions complementing the generous L-shaped seating and fixed mount cocktail table, a wet bar with generous storage and bound carpeting to give the area a truly finished look.
There are full navigational instruments at both the upper and lower helms.
All TV'S (3) have been upgraded and new Sony Blu-Ray DVD player
Shore power is supplied by a single 50 Amp power cord.
Pride of ownership and constant ongoing care and maintenance are evident in all areas of this modern Pilothouse Motor-yacht.
The McKinna 57 has been a very successful design with over 40 hulls built. Her popularity is due to her modern features and high-quality construction. Her interior is very bright, open, and airy. The Birdseye Maple has aged beautifully and with her Marble Accents and classic fixtures she is truly a lovely yacht by any standard.
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