Mooretime, a PalmBeach 50 Flybridge, is currently listed with Grand Banks Marine Group with an asking price of $2.145 million. The 2021 build has a two-stateroom, two-head layout, with sleeping accommodations for up to six people thanks to a settee in the salon that converts to an additional berth.
Mooretime has an galley-aft layout, meaning the galley is between the salon and the cockpit and can easily serve both spaces. To port, a window to the cockpit opens to form a pull-up bar with two stools. There is also an L-shaped countertop, which has a two-burner cooktop. A refrigerator has enough space for provisioning a family cruise. To starboard is more counter space as well as a dishwasher, a sink, extra stowage and a microwave.
Forward of the galley, the salon has an L-shaped settee to port and a bench seat to starboard all set abaft the bench-seat-style helm station. Additional companion bench seating is across from the helm station to keep the guests and the captain within earshot while underway.
Accommodations are belowdecks with two staterooms. Forward, the forepeak master stateroom has a custom-tapered island berth with an enlarged mattress, an en suite head, an under-berth stowage locker, a 32-inch flat-screen TV and a hanging locker with stowage and mirrors. The guest stateroom to port has a custom pull-out double berth, reading lights, a mirror, shelving, under-berth stowage and head access.
This yacht is penned for al fresco living and stepping aboard owners and their guests will notice the dance-floor-size cockpit with an L-shaped settee to port set against the transom. Owners will also appreciate Mooretime’s shallow draft too, as the skinny-water friendly yacht has a sub-three-foot draft.
The Palm Beach Motoryachts’ 50’s flybridge has a four-person booth setup with two facing bench seats and a fixed table abaft the bench seat upper helm station–a great spot for alfresco dining. The foredeck, which has a three-person bench seat, is a great spot to enjoy morning mimosas or sundowners after dropping the hook.
Twin 480 hp Volvo Penta IPS650 diesels provide power for Mooretime, giving it a 33-knot top hop and a 28-knot cruise speed.
Mooretime has a Garmin glass-cockpit navigation package, a Seakeeper SK6 gyrostabilizer and a Freedom lift with upgraded custom carbon arms for tender. It’s worth noting that the tender is not included in the sale.
Notable features for the Palm Beach Motoryachts 50 Flybridge Mooretime include two Garmin 8617 radar/plotters, autopilot, a GMR Fantom 18 dome radar, a GSD 25 Fishfinder/Sounder, a GT51M-THP (thru-hull transducers; paired w/GDS 25), an Atlas Trax GPS Tracker Unit, two Garmin VHFs, a GHS 11 handset, only for VHF at lower helm, engine room camera, two additional G200 Cameras (1 in salon and one in cockpit), AIS 800, FLIR M232 night vision, a KVH TV5 Satellite TV with dummy dome and DirecTV anda Fusion Apollo MS-RA770 Series stereo system.
From the Yachting Archive: Experience Poetry in Motion Aboard the Palm Beach 50 Flybridge
“The Palm Beach Motoryachts 50 Flybridge catches your eye with a graceful sheer line, flowing aft from its wave-slicing bow to the curved tumblehome transom. This is a yacht whose lines stand the test of time.” – Yachting, December 2018
Where is Mooretime located? The yacht is currently lying in Stuart, Florida.
Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Steve Martin at 954-849-3811
- Length Overall: 56’4″
- Maximum Beam: 14’8″
- Fuel Capacity: 450 Gal.
- Draft: 2’11”