1995 Formula Model 31 Performance Cruiser

Vessel Name:  Serenity VI          Length: 34 feet with swim platform          Beam: 11 feet

Draft: 41 inches          Displacement: 11,730 lbs.

Logged engine hours:  port 376.4,  starboard 377.0 hours (12K in maintenance, bills to prove)

Power:  2 x 7.4 L Mercruiser 660 HP with Bravo III drives, hydraulic steering

Stored in an indoor heated facility during off season.

MARINE SURVEY REPORT - DEC. 16, 2023 - See below:

Hull

  • Both topsides and below the waterline were carefully examined and found to be in good condition. Both hull and below water line were completely fair.
  • The stainless-steel rub rail that surrounds the hull is in excellent condition, as are the boot stripes.
  • The swim platform was tested with a Wagner model L606 moisture meter and found to be dry. Built into this platform is a stainless-steel folding ladder.   This DOT required access and egress ladder is stored under a section of the swim platform that lifts up. The ladder is securely attached, and opens easily.
  • On the port side of the platform is a built -in hot and cold shower head. On the starboard side of the platform is access to the 50amp shore power cable.
  • Stainless-steel BBQ by KUUMA under the aft facing bench seat on the aft deck.

Forward Deck

  • All cleats and stainless-steel railings are solidly attached to the deck with no signs of gel-coat crazing. The deck was inspected with a Wagner model L606 moisture meter. No There is also no evidence of gel coat crazing or stress cracks throughout the deck.
  • There are three Bomar opening hatches on this deck. The mechanisms for locking the hatches and also for holding them open were satisfactory. Furthermore, the gaskets were found to be in satisfactory condition. There was no evidence of moisture in the headliner areas surrounding each of these hatches below deck.
  • The bowsprit is integrated into the hull design of the vessel
  • A Guest search light is located on the bowsprit. There are controls for this light located near the steering station consul. See Ground Tackle section.

Cockpit/Aft Deck

  • On the starboard side of the cockpit, behind a conveniently stored table are the main power switches for starting and house batteries. (See Electrical Section)
  • The cockpit area contains a sitting area together with a small wet bar sink on the port side. Under the sink is a small lockable opening cupboard for the storage of small equipment and supplies.
  • There is also a U-Line Ice Maker.
    All vinyl upholstery is in very good condition
  • The canvas covering the cockpit appears to be in fair condition The plastic zippers are also in fair condition. The stainless-steel supports are in good condition, and are securely attached to the decking.
  • Under a hydraulically assisted starboard facing bench seat opposite the helm was a ring buoy, a number of approved PFD.s, throw bags and an Essentials Safety Kit.
  • The steering consul contains all the appropriate controls and gauges to effectively and safely control the twin engine vessel
  • Entrance to the main salon is through a sliding lockable door that slides away into the superstructure of the hull decking.

Main Salon and Galley

  • Interlocking vinyl planking has been installed. All upholstery is in very good condition. All hatches, and ports, were opened to inspect the rubber gaskets. All gaskets appeared in good condition.
  • All walls and ceilings were carefully examined in each area of the vessel to determine if any moisture was evident from any hatch or port. There were no areas of concern.
  • The galley area contains a number of electrical appliances, all of which are in good condition: a small Hamilton Beach microwave; a Norcold SN # 010037, model DFBKG4 upright fridge and top freezer; and an electric two burner stove also in good condition.
  • The water pipes, and sink drain pipes are all in very good condition with no evidence of water stains. A convenient fresh water tank gauge is also found in the area under the galley sink. Opposite the galley is the dining area on the starboard side of the vessel of which the upholstery is in very good condition. Areas under the dining table seats and under and behind the galley cupboards and drawers were found to be dry. Under the aft facing bench seat for the dining table is the AC/heating unit. It was not turned on but an inspection did not show any areas on the units that were concerns.

Forward Stateroom

  • This large berth together with an overhead opening hatch and indirect lighting adds to the comfort of the forward cabin. Under the berth is additional storage and the tank for fresh water, and a 12 volt Surflow water pump.

Head

  • A Vacu-Flush marine toilet is on the port side of the main salon area. The vacuum pump, pressure tank and macerator are in the engine compartment.
  • The head contains a sink vanity, and a vanity cupboard. There is a deck fitting so the holding tank can be pumped out. An opening port is available to provide ventilation.
  • An extendable flex shower head and privacy curtain.

Aft Stateroom

  • The upholstery for this large cabin is in good condition. There is an opening narrow port with bug screen that opens onto the aft deck providing ventilation.
  • There is an opening side hatch on the port side of this stateroom that contains the plumbing and electrics for the head.
  • On the bottom of one of the bench seats there is access to the midship Rule 800 bilge pump, and two Seachoice lift float switches.
    Both switches and pump operated as required

Mechanical

  • Access to the engine room is via an electrically operated hydraulic assisted hatch on the aft deck. The switch to open the access hatch is on the helm consul.
  • There are two Nautilus batteries located on the port side of the engine that are securely bolted to the hull for safety.
  • Power to the vessel is supplied by twin Mercruiser 7.4L V8 Bravo III engines connected to Bravo III out-drives. The engines were not started but the legs were lifted and lowered when the tilt switch was used using the PowerTrim XD hydraulics.
  • Propulsion is by QuickSilver dual counter-rotating propellers 48-823667AS26P. The four propellers are in reasonable condition. The tip of the starboard leg keel has been broken (Photo #14) and the port side leg keel has some pitting and roughness to its edge. Both motor legs appear to be in satisfactory condition.
  • Logged engine hours were port 376.4 hours and starboard 377.0 hours.
    The exhaust bilge blower was activated at the time of the survey inspection and generated a significant amount of air volume.
  • A Pro-Mariner 50amp battery charger is located on the engine fire wall.
    Aft of both engines and attached to the floor of the engine room is a Rule auto bilge pump. There are two SeaChoice float switches for the bilge water pump. Both float switches operated as required to start the pump. One of the switches sounded an alarm when the pump was activation.
  • SeaWard electric water heater. An inspection of the heater and associated piping and drain showed no indication of concern for water leakage.
  • A Kohler Gen-Set is located on a shelf against the port side of the engine compartment. There is an hour meter on the controls showing 106hr of operation. The Gen-Set has its own starting battery and its own source of cooling water though a gate in the hull. The lever for this gate operated smoothly.
  • A cylinder of Halon for the auto fire retarding system is located in the engine room This system was designed to either self-activate by a heat senser on the unit or be manually activated from a Saf-t-Alert switch on the helm controls.

Electrical Systems and HVAC

  • The wiring over the vessel is of marine grade and on visible inspection is solidly connected to all appliances, and electronics.
  • The master switches for starting battery and house batteries are behind a panel on the starboard side of the aft area. Below these switches are additional reset buttons for various systems on the vessel (Photo #18). In the main cabin is the house AC and DC electrical breaker panel
  • Kenwood 10disc CD changer KDC-C504 stereo system. A Uniden Ocean model DSC VHF radio with a waterproof attached microphone is located just below and to the left of the helm station.
  • Electronics include a Raymarine A65 gps with a Lake Winnipeg chip. There is also a factory installed depth sounder on the steering consul.
    There is a Roku 40” TV in the main salon located just over the aft cabin.
  • A small gimbled compass is located above the steering helm.
  • Under the aft facing dining table bench is the USA Air Systems AC/ heating unit. The duct hosing has been improved over the years and is now made of durable heavy plastic rather than the older flimsy paper ducting that often leaked over time. Controls for the Air System are on the aft facing bulk head just over the seat under which is the unit.
  • Anchor locker a vertical pull electric Maxel 500 power windlass. The 7.5 kg Bruce anchor is attached chain.
    Search light.

Safety Equipment

  • 1 PFD or lifejacket for each person on board - Yes
  • 1 buoyant heaving line of not less than 15 m - Yes
  • 1 approved 24 inch or 30-inch life-ring buoy - Yes
  • Re-boarding ladder - Yes
  • 1 anchor with not less than 30 m of rode - Yes
  • 1 bailer - Yes
  • 1 manual water pump or automatic pump - Yes
  • 2 x 10 BC fire extinguisher - Must be Replaced
  • 1 water-tight flashlight - No
  • 12 Canadian approved flares - No
  • 1 sounding device (deck horn) - Yes tested
  • 1 magnetic compass - Yes
  • Appropriate navigation lights - Yes

Asking $29,900

Contact Brad Driedger - Phone:  204-793-1849, Email:  sbd2@shaw.ca