Comments: OBO, The perfect vessel, with her shallow draft and low height clearance, for cruising the inland water ways, Bahamas and coastal waters of the world. Currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ready to cruise. Fiberglass hull built in 1992 by Willards in California to US Navy specs, then was disposed of by Navy. Superstructure is fiberglass over plywood. I bought 8 years ago. Millie has been converted in 2009 from a US Navy crew launch by her current owner with assistance from professional marine engineers and electricians. Main Engine: Cummins B Series. Diesel, 6 Cylinder, 210 HP 129 hours since complete rebuild. Tanks: Fuel 950 USG (4 tanks), Water 400 USG (3 tanks), Waste 70 USG (1 tank). Electrical System: 220/110 Volt AC 60 Hz single phase, 50 X 50amp Shore power cord, 3.7KW Kabuto/Phasor Generator, 5000 Watt Proline inverter. Batteries, House/inverter bank 8 X 6volt deep cycle, Engine start bank 1 X 12volt deep cycle, Generator start 1 x 12 volt deep cycle, Battery Charger, Attwood 50amp, Bow Thruster 24volt Max Power 125 Duo with own 2 batteries. Aft deck helm station with umbrellaForward, inside helm station with engine instruments. Appliances: Wedgewood Vision, 3 burner propane stove top with 2 X 20 gal LPG bottles, Compact electric oven with rotisserie, GE microwave oven 700 watt, Sanyo, under counter refrigerator, Avanti, under counter Freezer, Danby under counter dishwasher, Whirlpool, washing machine, Avanti, clothes dryer, 22 gallon hot water heater, Air conditioning, 2 x Fredrich mini split systems, throughout interior 2 x toilets, house hold size, 1 x shower stall. Interior Accommodation: Aft, master cabin with Queen size bed, storage lockers and ensuite head Mid, guest cabin with upper and lower bunks and ensuite head, Main salon with L shape seating and dining table, Port side galley with Corrian counter tops, Maple wood lockers and drawers, Starboard, desk/chart table, Hard wood teak floors with bilge access hatches, Large, opening picture windows port and starboard sides. Navigation: Ships compass, Depth sounder. Safety Equipment: Fire extinguishers, Smoke detectors, Life jackets, Flares, MOB throw rings, Ships bell, Navigation lights. Miscellaneous: Anchor, chain and rope, Swim ladder, Dock lines and fenders, Boat hook, Forward cockpit awning frame over deck seating and deck storage lockers. For more pictures and information contact Capt. Brian Fulford, Recently surveyed.