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Exclusive: Buccaneer 95 By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — July 2005

She’ll Go the Distance

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Base price: $5.8 million with 2/440-hp Caterpillar 3406C B-rated diesel inboards
Optional power: none
Standard equipment: teak cockpit, steps, swim platform; Max Q watermaker; 190,000-Btu Aqua Air A/C; 65-hp 16" Quantum bow thruster; Quantum stabilizers; 2/31-kW Northern Lights gensets; 2/6,000-lb.-capacity Maxwell windlasses; steel workbench in engine room; 2/100-amp Glendinning shore-power cables; s/s bowrails and bollards; choice of granite or teak tabletop on aft deck; 3/Vetus electric windshield wipers in pilothouse; GE dishwasher, trash compactor, self-cleaning oven, 30" cooktop, garbage disposal, built-in refrigerator/freezer; U-line ice maker; Jenn-Air grill; 2/GE Spacemaker washers/dryers; 500,000 candlepower Jabsco searchlight; Opacmare davit; Sony plasma TVs in skylounge, saloon, and master; Sony flat-screens in guest staterooms; Pioneer DVD/CD in each stateroom; Sharp flat-screen in crew lounge; choice of granite or marble head and galley soles; Furuno NavNet w/ 3 displays; Simrad A50 autopilot w/ rudder-angle indicator, IS15 anemometer, depthsounder; 2/Icom M602 VHFs; leather seating in saloon and skylounge

SPECIFICATIONS
Length overall: 94'6"
Beam: 23'5"
Draft: 7'2"
Weight (fully loaded): 390,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 16,000 gal.
Water capacity: 1,350 gal.
Test engines: 2/440-hp Caterpillar 3406C B-rated diesel inboards
Transmissions/ratio: ZF/3.5:1
Propellers: 43x35 5-blade bronze
Steering: Kobelt hydraulic
Controls: Kobelt single-lever electronic
Optional equipment on test boat: none
Price as tested: $5.8 million

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This article originally appeared in the July 2005 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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