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Ocean Alexander is one of the nation’s leading yacht builders and built a reputation for exceptional engineering and production capabilities. The Classico 423 is a stoutly built Aft Cabin Motor Yacht designed by the legendary Ed Monk, Jr. The model enjoyed good success over a ten year production run. The broker is very impressed with the high quality level of the interior joinery when compared to others in the class such as Grand Banks, Symbol, Sabre, Albin and DeFever. This offering with the larger CAT engines can cruise into the mid-teens with top speed of 20 knots. At 11 knots she sips fuel like a displacement long range cruiser. Ocean Alexander’s experience and production methods applied in much larger yachts clearly trickles down to this, one of their smaller models. Her lines are traditional and attractive and her low maintenance exterior makes her a pleasure to own and operate. The interior is built out in high quality joinery with hand rubbed varnish finish. Soles are Teak Parkay, overheads suspended Vinylux and all windows and ports have tasteful fabric drapes.
The mast can lower on a Tabernacle allowing low bridge clearance of 12’08” which along with her 4’ draft make her well suited for the ICW, Canal System and Great Loop.
BASIC BOAT INFO
Boat Name: Aisling
Make: Ocean Alexander
Model: 423 Classicco
Length Overall: 12.8
Beam: 14.67 ft
Max Draft: 4 ft
Displacement: 34,200 lb
ENGINES / SPEED
Engine #1 Specs:
Model: 3116 TA
Engine Power: 350|horsepower
Engine #2 Specs:
Model: 3116 TA
Engine Power: 350|horsepower
Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 600|gallon
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 160|gallon
Holding Tank Capacity: 60|gallon
Boat Class: Motor Yachts
Highly skilled artisans at the Alexander Marine boatyard in Koahsiung, Taiwan handcraft each Ocean Alexander 423 Classicco. The pride in their craft is obvious. Wood joints are glued and secured by screws, and parquet teak decks have a clean look (no wood plugs). The counter tops lay flat, and all fiberglass surfaces have a polished gelcoat finish. Like its bigger sisters, this yacht is designed for long-range, economical cruising. The spacious floor plan easily accommodates two navigational stations (including a comfortable cruising bridge), large salon, generous galley, two sizable staterooms, and two heads.Arrangement Plan
Boarding is best from the side deck with entry into the salon via Port or Starboard sliding pilothouse doors. The salon occupies the midsection of the boat with machinery beneath this deck in a sound insulated space. This area is accessible from salon sole hatches or directly in through the hinging passageway steps forward. The lower helm occupies the Forward starboard area with good seating for the pilot and companion. Aft is a large L-shaped leather settee with Hi- Lo table.
Across to Port is the entertainment center with TV, stereo components and bottle storage all concealed in cabinetry and an easy chair adjacent. Forward to port past the side door is the galley which lies two steps down yet remains very much in touch with the salon.
Two steps down centerline aft arrives in the master cabin with island queen berth, en-suite head with separate stall shower and abundant storage drawers and hanging lockers. Two steps down centerline forward arrives in Galley to Port, passageway forward with guest/day head with separate stall shower to Starboard and finally the guest cabin with offset low twin berth to port and elevated full berth to Starboard. This cabin has abundant storage with large hanging/utility locker and large deep drawers.
All spaces have excellent natural light and ventilation via large opening windows or SS port lights and deck hatches.Salon
The salon is large, bright and airy with 360 degree views through large opening windows and doors. The adjacent galley creates an interactive social environment and keeps the chef involved in the gathering. The large settee is appointed in luxurious beige leather and very comfortable. The hi-lo table suits a variety of needs including dining for four or more. The entertainment and TV is ideally positioned for viewing from the settee and offers valuable storage and counter surface. An easy chair rounds out the comfortable seating in the salon.
The full beam master cabin is aft with en-suite head with stall shower. An island queen berth is situated forward facing from the aft bulkhead. The cabin is flanked with abundant storage in drawers and lockers and offers his and hers huge hanging lockers. This an extremely warm and comfortable cabin which will be very comfortable for extended stay aboard. There is very good natural light and ventilation from the numerous opening port lights.
The master head is private and spacious including a separate stall shower with glass bi-fold. The solid counter surfaces are adorned with beautiful Teak details. There is extensive storage, light and ventilation. A large separate stall shower is contained with glass bi-fold doors.
The guest cabin is forward with a twin bunk to port and a full bunk elevated to starboard with large storage drawers below. There is a hanging locker in this cabin and plenty of storage. Opening port lights and an opening deck hatch provide lots of natural light and ventilation.
The guest head is conveniently located for day use off the passageway forward of the galley and adjacent to the guest cabin. It is spacious and houses a separate stall shower with a glass bi-fold enclosure. Nicely appointed with Solid counter surfaces and Teak joinery.
The galley is forward to port of the salon amidships two steps down. It is open to the salon and the expansive windshield and side windows of the salon above. Wonderful natural light floods the area and the chef easily maintains contact with the helmsman and salon occupants. The lunch bar creates an ideal serving board and pass through to the salon. The large counters provide plenty of work space and the large SS double sink and faucet were recently upgraded. The refrigerator is upright with a large freezer above. There is plenty of space for the electric 3 burner range with oven/broiler and microwave.
The hull and superstructure are a hand laid fiberglass laminate with gel coat exterior finish. The nonskid is molded on the main decks and fly bridge. Window and door frames are powder coated or painted aluminum. Twin SS prop shafts exit through dripless shaft logs supported by Bronze struts swinging 4 blade Nibral props. Rudders are Bronze spade style, trim tabs are aluminum Bennett.
Wide side decks and aft deck facilitate safe movement around the boat and easy anchoring and line handling. Beefy stainless steel safety rails encompass the boat with grab rails in vital locations. Access to the fiberglass swim platform is via 3 step Teak ladder which then introduces a deep flip down 3 step SS & Teak swim ladder and an additional 4 step flip down SS ladder.
The large flybridge is easily accessed via the starboard side deck to aft coach house and SS & Teak step. The bridge is large with a huge L-Settee and custom Teak Table. The helm station has two pedestal seats and plenty of mounting surface for instruments. The sight lines from the upper station are excellent. There is generous storage in the helm console and inside the seat bases. A Bimini top and full enclosure extend the usable season on the bridge.The aft coach house supports the Dan Jackson electric davit.
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