1989 41 foot Marinette Custom Motoryacht for sale in Bayfield, WI


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Interior layout

* Hailer combo Washer/Dryer 
* Flo Scan fuel monitors integrated with GPS for fuel flow and MPG readouts on fly bridge  
*Square indoor/outdoor teak multi-function table
* Custom boarding stairs
* Custom teak shoe rack for aft deck
* adjustable  swivel leather chair with ottoman in salon
* custom made interior stairs 
* numerous hooks/compartments to store items (some visible, some hidden)
* 3 hanging lockers
* Interior air conditioning and heat  (forward and aft controls)
* Teak floor in staterooms, salon, and galley.   Some carpeting in salon
* Full standing showers in both heads
* Forward and Aft mattresses are upholstered in fashionable fabric , allowing owner to use whatever type of bedding is desired, while still looking good
* Custom settee seats with storage below seats in galley
* Custom sofa with storage below in salon
* Galley has telescopic base to allow for optional bed
* numerous  interior led lights 
* Interior blinds in salon and aft cabin
* Light filtering outside window shades, plus solid shades for windshield and aft windows 
* Custom charcoal with with piping  fly bridge seating , plus weather  covers to keep from the elements when not in use
* TV mounted on wall in salon
* New Starboard instrument panel  and custom lockers on fly bridge ... custom cover to protect instrument panel when not in use
* Beautiful custom solid aluminum AFT  deck roof with 5 CFL lights in the ceiling 
* Lashed bimini top on fly bridge 
* Large aluminum swim platform with the addition of two safety grab-bars and a dinghy storing system
* Custom installation of stainless steel nautical Magma grill (including aluminum propane tank)
* Wireless weather station with 2 displays --- this is integrated with  heavy weather software for display on flat panel display in salon


* Dometic Tundra  FULL SIZED REFRIGERATOR with separate freezer compartment
* GE combo microwave, toaster, & oven in galley
* Fireboy M1 Gas Sniffer ...Halon automatic fire extinguishing system
* Beautiful TEAK coffee table with soapstone nautical carving
* Custom made  aft deck teak dining table on aft deck, paired with 2 teak director's chairs
* 2 breakfast bar stools  with 100 % leather seats
* New  Corian  counters  in  both heads, the galley counters , galley table, coffee bar, and breakfast bar
* Small freezer/ice maker below coffee bar

Electronic Equipment

* Taylor Brite CCF lights on sun deck
* Fortress 37 aluminum anchor (8 ft chain , plus 150 ft anchor line)
* Good electric windless
* CM2 Corrosion Monitor (75 ft magnesium strips attached to hull, two 5# magnesium blocks attached to swim platform, five hanging 6# magnesium blocks attached to grab rails)
* Raymarine C 80 series, 120 Sea Talk Integration, Navtronic Gold Chart chip, 744 Multisensor transducer
* Auto pilot
* GPS chart with radar and depth sounder integrated
* Custom built radar Radom mount (24" radar)
* Dual VacuFlush heads (one 18 HTS &  one 10 HTS)
* Sirius Satellite Radio  connected to Bose Surround Sound in salon
* Fujawa Charting software with 3000 Nav Chart ...Displayed flat screen tv in salon
* Jenson Marine DVD, AM/FM/Weather with remote control.  DVD display is integrated with flat panel tv and Bose sound system
* Raymarine VHF radio (lower helm), ICOM IC M604 on fly bridge  with DSC assigned number, ..Raymarine 202 in forward cabin...Four VHF antennas (two having 8 ft extensions)

Electrical System

* Blue Sea 12 Volt Power Distribution Switch Panels
* Xantrex 200 pure sine wave inverter powered by AHGM battery bank of approx. 1600 AMP hours of storage
* Xantrex 40 amp charger for 3 batteries with remote display
* Balmar MC-TS-A Batter temperature monitor... Balmar high output 621 alternator with Balmar MC612H regulator with Blamar digital Dou Charger 

Other Equipment

For questions or to purchase contact Dan and Linda Szewczyk at (612)-384-0865


Moonshadow was purchased new in 1989; then, used for a few years in non-salt water. Due to significant family issues, the boat was hardly used for 15 years. During that time the boat was stored outdoors until the owner decided to donate the boat to a charitable organization. At that time, the organization re-commissioned and delivered it to a marina about 200 miles away. Maintenance necessary for the trip was done, with the transporting captain reporting "no issues".

The current owners had the boat delivered to a marina in Wisconsin, where the rehabilitation started in an indoor facility . In addition to interior work, mechanical items and electronics were installed.
Five months later, the boat was was driven to Vinette Boat Works in Escanaba, Michigan for painting and aluminum fabrication work. Dan & Jeff Branson (brothers known for ship building) worked together to complete the work in 2007. Dan Branson, a marine architect, made the modification designs.

While in the Vinette shipyard, a conversion was made from a direct sewage discharge to two self-contained systems with holding tanks.

Just prior to leaving the shipyard, a Tundra refrigerator, a washer/dryer unit, and a solid surface stove top were installed to compliment the new Solid surface counters & sink. Additionally , while in the shipyard the following were installed:
complete Raymarine C system radar,
depth transducer,
a charting system,
an autopilot,
marine stereo system, and
a 2000 watt Prosign full sine wave inverter (currently, the inverter has a battery capacity of Harker AGM batteries of 1000 AMP hours of storage)

When the current owners purchased the boat, it was delivered with usage of approximately 300 motor hours and 10 generator hours. While the paint and canvas were in poor shape when the current owners got the boat, the mechanical parts of the boat ( including motors, generators, heating & air conditioning) and the hull were all in excellent shape. The original owners had all work performed by a marina (verified by documentation they provided).

Alwgrip was used to the paint the boat --- Light gray on top, dark gray on the hull and complimented by a dark red accent line. While passerby's can be heard singing "Moonshadow" as they pass by the boat, it wasn't named after a song. Given the gray-on-gray color combination, the boat was aptly named MOONSHADOW.

After 3 years in the shipyard, the Moonshadow was launched and navigated for a 600 mile trip to Port Superior Marina in Bayfield, Wisconsin (the doorway to the Apostle Islands). The trip went smoothly and all systems worked perfectly. Currently, the Moonshadow is docked at Port Superior and continues to spend it's winters in an inside heated facility stored on a custom built $3000 cradle (free with sale of the boat) . New owners have the option of continuing the storage contract.

Exterior parts of the boat were designed to be removable for transportation purposes