Key West Namaste Ventures SugaBare

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The Yacht SugaBare

The yacht Sugabare is a HiStar 50 powered by twin Caterpillar Model 3208TA Engines that develop 375 horsepower each. Ample supplies of fuel and water give the yacht excellent cruising range and comfort for the most discriminating taste.

Accommodations

  • Master cabin aft with queen bed with enough room to walk around.
  • Master vanity with counter top space.
  • Full size head with large shower stall
  • Large salon with lower helm.
  • Castro-Convertible Sofa and Barrel Chair
  • Cabin forward with full walk-in shower & separate head
  • Large Dinette converting to Queen-size bed on the centerline.

Galley

The galley is very spacious and Features:
  • Four burner gas stove with oven
  • Magic Chef Microwave
  • Norcold full size refrigerator and freezer, new in 2008
  • Double basin stainless steel sinks
  • Large Dinette converting to Queen-size bed
  • The forward and side windows provide plenty of lighting and an open feeling.

Electronics

  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • Spot light
  • Ritchie compass
  • Simrad ap25 autopilot
  • Furuno FCV-663 sounder
  • Raytheon L760 fish finder
  • Heart Freedom 1kw invertor
  • Standard Horizon eclipse VHF

Deck

  • Spacious aft deck with wet bar, ice maker, and plenty of room.
  • Side decks for easy line handling, or access to the fore deck.
  • Heavy duty bow railings protect the foredeck.
  • Windlass with anchor and rope.
  • Dinghy with davit.

The Gulf Stream starts in the Gulf of Mexico, exits through the Straits of Florida and the Florida Keys, and follows the eastern coastlines of the United States and Newfoundland before crossing the Atlantic Ocean. In addition to being a heat pump that carries warm water from the tropics to the northern latitudes, the Gulf Stream is also an amazingly diverse ecosystem that helps add to the biodiversity of the ecosystems it feeds as it makes its circuit of the North Atlantic. Therefore the health of the Florida Keys environment has a profound effect on environments all over the Atlantic Ocean and the world.