« Motor Yacht SEA FEVER For Sale -Sol...- »

Having cruised over 22,000 miles since the present owner purchased her in late 2006, SEA FEVER has definitely proven herself as a trouble-free, seaworthy and economical LRC. She has been kept in superb condition by her very conscientious owner and professional crew. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking for an elegant yet “no-nonsense” fiberglass passagemaker.


LOA:                 90' (27.4 m)

Beam:               22' (6.7 m)

Draft:                Min  5'6" (1.7 m)              

Hull Mtrl:           Fiberglass

Hull Cnfg.:         Semi-Displacement

Tonnage:           112

Interior design:  Jon Pokela

Flag:           Marshall Islands

Location:     Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Year:       Mfg-2003 Model-2003

Mfg:        MCQUEEN

Model:     Long Range Motor Yacht

Type:       Motor Yacht


Engines:         2xCaterpillar  3406E  800 HP

Speed:            Cruise  10 knots  /  Max   15 knots

Fuel Cap:        5200 g (19682 l)

Water Cap:      700 g (2650 l)

Price:              3,850,000   USD




  • Layout. 3 stateroom plus crew offers an ideal layout for extended cruising.
  • Condition. SEA FEVER shows in near perfect condition.
  • Steelhead 2500 lb hydraulic crane davit.
  • Upper deck. Great arrangement with very useable space with hot tub and room for toys.
  • You must preview Sea Fever to truly appreciate her.

 (2) 800 hp Caterpillar 3406E engines: 6,300 hrs to 09/10

  •  8.8 knots at 1100 RPM's.  Consumption = 10 gph total with one gen.  Range = 3,000 nm
  •  10.2 knots at 1500 RPM's.  Consumption = 25 gph total with one gen.  Range = 2,200 nm



Ed Monk Jr. & son, Dan, naval architects

Engineering & structural design by Timothy J. Nolan, marine engineer

Interior plans by John Pokela, naval designer, and owners

Interior décor by William Miller

Owners representation and engineer, John Rasmussen, responsible for selection, design, & installation of many of the mechanical, electrical, and electronic components.

Please contact:

Mike Carlson


(954) 309-1255

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I've spent five years on this boat and highly recommend her, pending sea trial and survey, and interior walkthrough
we left her in mint condition anything else would unacceptable. she can definitely hold her own at sea. from cuba to grand cayman we hit 25' swells with ease.
enjoy her at a good price. she's a catch
March 25, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterb.p.m.

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