What has 425 hours on her twin 1,623 hp MTU 10V 2000 M94 diesels, ZF Searex surface drives and is metallic silver? IceMan, of course. She’s a 2013 Pershing 64 and she’s looking for a new slip.
According to her listing firm, Allied Marine, recent upgrades include new exterior cushions, Furuno Touch GPS/plotter, stern thruster and five new underwater lights. The yacht also has a bow thruster, auto trim system and 100-amp Glendinning Cablemaster. The vessel’s Yacht Controller should help make close-quarter maneuvering a breeze.
Barefoot-friendly teak can be found in IceMan’s cockpit, on the side decks and the foredeck.
The family should be in homelike comfort on that summer sojourn with her three-stateroom, three-head layout. There’s also a crew cabin. The master stateroom spans the yacht’s full beam (16 feet 6 inches). IceMan’s 90,000-Btu A/C system will keep you cool in the hottest Bahamas port of call.
This Pershing 64’s salon has an open floorplan and is unobstructed from the cockpit door to the starboard-side helm station. IceMan is currently located in Boca Raton, Florida, and listed at $2.15 million.