Boat Name: "White Pearl"
White Pearl is a 2006 Hampton currently available for sale in Grenada . This boat has a price of $649,000. and is listed with sales professional Monty Miller out of our Fort Lauderdale, FL office and be reached by calling 954-797-0030. Our team at Seattle Yachts is here to help you find the right boat for your needs, budget, and style. We have access to boats off the market that will never be seen online, so contact us today with your interest.
|Boat Name:||White Pearl|
|Display Length:||55 ft|
|Beam:||16 ft in|
|Max Draft:||4 ft 3 in|
|Fuel Capacity (Gallons):||800|
|Fresh Water Capacity (Gallons):||230|
|Number of Engines:||2|
|Engine Model||QSC 8.3|
|Engine Power||540.00 HP|
Hampton 558 for sale in Grenada. White Pearl is a very comfortable yacht. Its profile regularly draw favourable comments. The interior is beautifully finished with cherry wood and burl inlays that is maintained with just a microfibre cloth.
There is a complete electric galley with a 3 burner stove, oven and a full size frost free refrigerator. There are two cabins, 2 electric heads and abundant storage throughout the boat. The central vacuum works well.
The boat is stabilized with Wesmar fin stabilizers. There are fore and aft SidePower thrusters. The water maker produces excellent water containing 50-60ppm dissolved solids at 22 USG/hr. The windlass can be controlled from the dashboard or by foot controls on the foredeck. The 3/8” chain was new in November, 2022. The 40kg/88lb Rocna anchor is connected to the chain with an Ultra Flip Swivel. This combination has functioned perfectly for the last 4 years.
The engine room provides good access to the twin Cummins QSC 8.3 540HP turbo charged engines. There are 2446 hours on the starboard engine and 2416 on the port engine. The Kohler 15.5kwh generator, 2425 hours, is also in the engine room. All three diesel engines have had fuel and oil filters changed in February, 2023.
The navigation system uses a combination or Raymarine and Garmin equipment. The AIS is Garmin and projects data onto the Garmin chart plotter.
The flybridge is the primary location for operating the boat. It is fully enclosed with EZ2CY “glass” that is crystal clear when cleaned, other than for a few scratches.