MarineMax 484By Capt. Bill Pike
Versatility The 484 has an aft cockpit and another forward, both with shady overhangs.
“We got a problem,” said Myers, as our 484 bobbed at idle in steadily diminishing seas about 10 nautical miles northeast of Nassau.
The fuel-drum brigade arrives dockside.
Fill ’er up, Moseley, and keep the change.
The author eyeballs Atlantis, but not longingly.
Capt. Myers prepares a grilled-cheese sandwich with Iron Chef precision.
Aquamarine waters reflect the lighthouse on Paradise Island.
Charterers will enjoy this expansive saloon with easy access to a shady forward cockpit.
This article originally appeared in the June 2013 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.