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Old 09-03-2014, 09:26 AM
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“Thunder” is a rare find! With the combination of her recent refit and the 44 Garlington’s reputation as the finest riding, best looking, and most economical hull ever constructed, she is sure to please the most discriminating buyer. “Thunder” was completely refit by Lost River Marine in Stuart FL during the fall of 2011. They stripped the entire vessel including: engine room, tuna tower, electronics, all mechanical systems, all 12 volt wiring, teak helm deck, cockpit and covering boards, helm pod and more. Then every surface was faired and repainted, High Seas Fabrication built a new tuna tower, all new systems where installed in the engine room (including twin C9 Acert Caterpillar’s and a 10kw Phasor Gen Set), new teak helm deck, cockpit, covering boards, new Release Marine helm Pod, new Release Marine Helm and fighting chair and new electronics.

In 2013, Lost River Marine performed a complete refit of the interior including: new countertops, fixtures, wall coverings, upholstery, appliances and TV. All cabinetry and floors were sanded and refinished. New bow thruster also installed by Lost River Marine in 2013


Twin Caterpillar
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: C-9 Acerts
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 650
Engine Power: 575 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (490 Gallons)

Performance
2100 RPM 24 kts 26 GPH
2300 RPM 32 kts 44 GPH
2550 RPM 36 kts 49 GPH

Salon
(2013) New interior refit by Lost River Marine including: new countertops, fixtures, wall coverings, upholstery, appliances and TV
(2013) All floors and cabinetry were sanded and refinished
New cabinet hardware
New seals and lenses in deck hatches (2011)
New LED light throughout with dimmers (2011)
Teak and holly sole throughout interior
Teak Cabinetry throughout interior
U Shaped Dinette to Starboard
Settee to Port
Custom rod storage behind settee 2 80s, 6 30s and 4 TLD 50 two speeds
Teak Dinette Table
40" Samsung Flat Screen TV on forward salon bulkhead (2011)
SAT-TV KVH (2011)
Huge V-Berth forward
New sump and Sump pump


Galley
U shaped Galley with new countertops (2013) and teak sea rails
Teak Cabinetry thorough interior
Oregon 2-burner cooktop
Kenmore microwave oven
Dual stainless steel sink mirror back splash
Stainless Steel Twin Sub Zero under the counter refrigerator/freezers (2013)
Ice Maker with tray in Starboard Sub Zero
Plenty of drawer storage underneath the island and above the Sub Zeros
75 gallon water tank

Head
Dometic head pure San sanitation treatment system
Corian countertop built-in sink medicine cabinet with mirror above
Separate shower stall with custom etched Marlin glass door

Helm
G&G 3 sided Aqua Light Polycarbonate Enclosure (2011)
Teak Release Marine Helm Chair with no bolt pedestal cushions and cover (2011)
Custom Release Marine teak helm pod, wheel and control handles (2011)
Lost River Marine Teak helm deck sole (2011)
Custom helm chair step
New helm and mezzanine cushions (2014)
2011 LED rope curtsy lighting

Electrical System
110 A/C and 12 Volt DC system
New Phasor 10kw generator with Racor filter (2011)
New 50 Am Shore power cord (2011)
New 5-odyssey battery’s, 3 for house one for each engine(2011)
New Master Volt 40 amp Battery Charger (2011)
12-volt system completely re-wired (2011)

Electronics
2011 “All Hooked Up Electronics” in Palm Beach installed a complete new electronics package. The electronics are flush mounted in black starboard with a hinging glass cover

Helm:

New 12-volt electronics panel
Furuno Nav Pilot- Auto Pilot
Furuno 12” NAV NET 3D Display
6KW 120 mile Furuno Radar
1000 KW Transducer
Garmin 740 GPS MAP
Guest Spot Light with three remotes, helm, tower and hand held
Furuno RD-30
(2) Icom M504 VHFs with mic's mounted on either side of the Helm pod
(2) CAT Displays
Miyah Epoch US 9R teaser reels in Hardtop
Richie Compass
FLIR Night Vision Camera (2013)
Tower:

Furuno 8’ NAV NET 3D
Furuno Nav Pilot
(2) Icom Command Mic’s
Miyah Epoch CX-6 ME teaser reels tower w remote from lower US-9Rs


Audio /Video:

12 volt KVH SAT TV
Clarion Stereo with helm remote, amp, 2 cockpit, 2 helm and 3-cabin speaker
Sirius Radio
Sony Cockpit Camera
DVR 24/7 30 day record with night vision
Sony Riggers Camera’s



Hull And Deck
Lost River Marine stripped and re-fared every surface and repainted her with Awlcraft 2000 Cloud White (2011)
All varnish was stripped, refaired Varnish covered with Imron clear coat (2011)
New two tone custom blue boot stripe (2011)
All stainless hardware on transom door (2011)
New Aft cockpit Fly (2011)
New Helm and fighting chair cover (2011)
New Snap less tower helm cover (2011)

2011 High Sea Fabrication Tuna Tower
Custom Molded Fiberglass Hardtop
Fiberglass Buggy top with painted black piping
Fiberglass Helm pod with black glare reducing face
Belly band and seat with backrest
(6) Helm Deck LED tri colored lights
Teaser reel box
Molded in LED 5 Nautical Mile Nav Lights
(4) Clearing Rod holders
(6) Rod holders on aft hardtop
LED Spreader lights
LED Forward light
Rupp triple spreader outriggers
Sony Rigger Cameras
Rigger standoffs with locks
Center rigger mount
Life Raft with Hydrostatic release
Box painted to match hull

Cockpit
Lost River Marine Teak Covering boards and cockpit sole (2011)
(4) Release no bolt marine gunnel mounted rod holders (2011)
Release Marine Teak Fighting Chair with rocket launcher back and no bolt pedestal(2011)
Bi-color LED Underwater lights blue and white or both (2011)
12v Deep drop real plugs (2011)
Stainless steel lined drop in bait freezer to port
Refrigerated Stainless steel lined drink box centerline
Tackle storage to Starboard
In-deck live well
In-deck fish box with macerator pump
Custom no bolt corner hauls pipes (2011)

Engine Room and Mechanical
Lost River Marine installed twin 575 HP Caterpillar C-9 Acerts commissioned by Pantropic Cat; Tribute Yachts wired the engines and controls
New Bow Thruster installed by Lost River Marine (2013)
Caterpillar in-service date: November 2011
All new fuel lines (2011)
Hynautic power steering, hoses, helms and ram- 12volt system (2011)
ZF controls with Micro Commanders in tower (2011)
New ZF gears model 305-2A 1 1/2 to 1
Reverso oil change system
2 1/4 inch shafts (2011)
24/29 four-blade props (2011)
Stripped entire engine room and re-painted
(3) New bilge pumps w SSI switches
8 gallon SS Hot water heater (2011)
Center bridge decks (2011)
Tide dripless shaft seals w two spare seals on each shaft
16000 BTU Marine Air A/C Unit (2011)
(2) Racor filters for Mains (2011)
Eskimo 250 Ice maker dumps into fish box (2011)
Macerator pumps fish box and live well (2011)
Salt water and fresh water wash-down pumps (2011)
New Cutlass bearings (2011)
Live well pump (2011)
Livous ventilation fans (2011)
Firebox Fire suppression system (2011)
Removed Air control system, engines, transmission, gen, lights, pumps, filled all transducer holes, andremoved all 12v wiring (2011)
270 gallon fuel tank forward of engines
2 New aft 114-gallon tanks in cockpit- cold tar coated tanks (2011)

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Beautiful ride!!! Why did they go with the black piping on the buggy top?
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The black piping reduces the glare off the piping when your fishing in the tower.
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stunning! I looked at this boat years ago pre refit I believe, still one of the most iconic express boats in this size...
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These pictures don't do this boat any justice. She is stunning in person. I stare at her every time I go in and out of the harbor.

If you need any pictures of her catching fish, I'll gladly take her to the canyons for you!
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Originally Posted by riprunner View Post
These pictures don't do this boat any justice. She is stunning in person. I stare at her every time I go in and out of the harbor.

If you need any pictures of her catching fish, I'll gladly take her to the canyons for you!
And that's in a harbor that has a number of ridiculous South Florida customs. I was down there a few weeks back, and this boat was the one that stood out to me the most.
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Originally Posted by SCtarpon View Post
“Thunder” is a rare find! With the combination of her recent refit and the 44 Garlington’s reputation as the finest riding, best looking, and most economical hull ever constructed, she is sure to please the most discriminating buyer. “Thunder” was completely refit by Lost River Marine in Stuart FL during the fall of 2011. They stripped the entire vessel including: engine room, tuna tower, electronics, all mechanical systems, all 12 volt wiring, teak helm deck, cockpit and covering boards, helm pod and more. Then every surface was faired and repainted, High Seas Fabrication built a new tuna tower, all new systems where installed in the engine room (including twin C9 Acert Caterpillar’s and a 10kw Phasor Gen Set), new teak helm deck, cockpit, covering boards, new Release Marine helm Pod, new Release Marine Helm and fighting chair and new electronics.

In 2013, Lost River Marine performed a complete refit of the interior including: new countertops, fixtures, wall coverings, upholstery, appliances and TV. All cabinetry and floors were sanded and refinished. New bow thruster also installed by Lost River Marine in 2013


Twin Caterpillar
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: C-9 Acerts
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 650
Engine Power: 575 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (490 Gallons)

Performance
2100 RPM 24 kts 26 GPH
2300 RPM 32 kts 44 GPH
2550 RPM 36 kts 49 GPH

Salon
(2013) New interior refit by Lost River Marine including: new countertops, fixtures, wall coverings, upholstery, appliances and TV
(2013) All floors and cabinetry were sanded and refinished
New cabinet hardware
New seals and lenses in deck hatches (2011)
New LED light throughout with dimmers (2011)
Teak and holly sole throughout interior
Teak Cabinetry throughout interior
U Shaped Dinette to Starboard
Settee to Port
Custom rod storage behind settee 2 80s, 6 30s and 4 TLD 50 two speeds
Teak Dinette Table
40" Samsung Flat Screen TV on forward salon bulkhead (2011)
SAT-TV KVH (2011)
Huge V-Berth forward
New sump and Sump pump


Galley
U shaped Galley with new countertops (2013) and teak sea rails
Teak Cabinetry thorough interior
Oregon 2-burner cooktop
Kenmore microwave oven
Dual stainless steel sink mirror back splash
Stainless Steel Twin Sub Zero under the counter refrigerator/freezers (2013)
Ice Maker with tray in Starboard Sub Zero
Plenty of drawer storage underneath the island and above the Sub Zeros
75 gallon water tank

Head
Dometic head pure San sanitation treatment system
Corian countertop built-in sink medicine cabinet with mirror above
Separate shower stall with custom etched Marlin glass door

Helm
G&G 3 sided Aqua Light Polycarbonate Enclosure (2011)
Teak Release Marine Helm Chair with no bolt pedestal cushions and cover (2011)
Custom Release Marine teak helm pod, wheel and control handles (2011)
Lost River Marine Teak helm deck sole (2011)
Custom helm chair step
New helm and mezzanine cushions (2014)
2011 LED rope curtsy lighting

Electrical System
110 A/C and 12 Volt DC system
New Phasor 10kw generator with Racor filter (2011)
New 50 Am Shore power cord (2011)
New 5-odyssey battery’s, 3 for house one for each engine(2011)
New Master Volt 40 amp Battery Charger (2011)
12-volt system completely re-wired (2011)

Electronics
2011 “All Hooked Up Electronics” in Palm Beach installed a complete new electronics package. The electronics are flush mounted in black starboard with a hinging glass cover

Helm:

New 12-volt electronics panel
Furuno Nav Pilot- Auto Pilot
Furuno 12” NAV NET 3D Display
6KW 120 mile Furuno Radar
1000 KW Transducer
Garmin 740 GPS MAP
Guest Spot Light with three remotes, helm, tower and hand held
Furuno RD-30
(2) Icom M504 VHFs with mic's mounted on either side of the Helm pod
(2) CAT Displays
Miyah Epoch US 9R teaser reels in Hardtop
Richie Compass
FLIR Night Vision Camera (2013)
Tower:

Furuno 8’ NAV NET 3D
Furuno Nav Pilot
(2) Icom Command Mic’s
Miyah Epoch CX-6 ME teaser reels tower w remote from lower US-9Rs


Audio /Video:

12 volt KVH SAT TV
Clarion Stereo with helm remote, amp, 2 cockpit, 2 helm and 3-cabin speaker
Sirius Radio
Sony Cockpit Camera
DVR 24/7 30 day record with night vision
Sony Riggers Camera’s



Hull And Deck
Lost River Marine stripped and re-fared every surface and repainted her with Awlcraft 2000 Cloud White (2011)
All varnish was stripped, refaired Varnish covered with Imron clear coat (2011)
New two tone custom blue boot stripe (2011)
All stainless hardware on transom door (2011)
New Aft cockpit Fly (2011)
New Helm and fighting chair cover (2011)
New Snap less tower helm cover (2011)

2011 High Sea Fabrication Tuna Tower
Custom Molded Fiberglass Hardtop
Fiberglass Buggy top with painted black piping
Fiberglass Helm pod with black glare reducing face
Belly band and seat with backrest
(6) Helm Deck LED tri colored lights
Teaser reel box
Molded in LED 5 Nautical Mile Nav Lights
(4) Clearing Rod holders
(6) Rod holders on aft hardtop
LED Spreader lights
LED Forward light
Rupp triple spreader outriggers
Sony Rigger Cameras
Rigger standoffs with locks
Center rigger mount
Life Raft with Hydrostatic release
Box painted to match hull

Cockpit
Lost River Marine Teak Covering boards and cockpit sole (2011)
(4) Release no bolt marine gunnel mounted rod holders (2011)
Release Marine Teak Fighting Chair with rocket launcher back and no bolt pedestal(2011)
Bi-color LED Underwater lights blue and white or both (2011)
12v Deep drop real plugs (2011)
Stainless steel lined drop in bait freezer to port
Refrigerated Stainless steel lined drink box centerline
Tackle storage to Starboard
In-deck live well
In-deck fish box with macerator pump
Custom no bolt corner hauls pipes (2011)

Engine Room and Mechanical
Lost River Marine installed twin 575 HP Caterpillar C-9 Acerts commissioned by Pantropic Cat; Tribute Yachts wired the engines and controls
New Bow Thruster installed by Lost River Marine (2013)
Caterpillar in-service date: November 2011
All new fuel lines (2011)
Hynautic power steering, hoses, helms and ram- 12volt system (2011)
ZF controls with Micro Commanders in tower (2011)
New ZF gears model 305-2A 1 1/2 to 1
Reverso oil change system
2 1/4 inch shafts (2011)
24/29 four-blade props (2011)
Stripped entire engine room and re-painted
(3) New bilge pumps w SSI switches
8 gallon SS Hot water heater (2011)
Center bridge decks (2011)
Tide dripless shaft seals w two spare seals on each shaft
16000 BTU Marine Air A/C Unit (2011)
(2) Racor filters for Mains (2011)
Eskimo 250 Ice maker dumps into fish box (2011)
Macerator pumps fish box and live well (2011)
Salt water and fresh water wash-down pumps (2011)
New Cutlass bearings (2011)
Live well pump (2011)
Livous ventilation fans (2011)
Firebox Fire suppression system (2011)
Removed Air control system, engines, transmission, gen, lights, pumps, filled all transducer holes, andremoved all 12v wiring (2011)
270 gallon fuel tank forward of engines
2 New aft 114-gallon tanks in cockpit- cold tar coated tanks (2011)

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Is the old helm pod available?
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Sexxy ass boat!!!! Got one myself...
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I've seen this boat in Falmouth while fueling my boat. It is absolutely stunning. Good luck with the sale.
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wow, SCtarpon gets some great listings! Thanks for sharing them here
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I'm going to Falmouth in a week to take new pictures and a video. Keep an eye out for a new pictures post
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I'm going to Falmouth in a week to take new pictures and a video. Keep an eye out for a new pictures post
Let me know when you are up, if I'm around and you want running shots we can use my boat as a camera boat. I'm not at the same marina, but in the same harbor.
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GLWS that boat is beautiful I admire it everytime I pull into Falmouth harbor
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Wow Tim, surprised to see her back up for sale after only a year. Guys if you have the means this is one incredible machine. I sell these things for a living and this is my favorite boat. GLWS Tim.

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I just got back from a trip to Falmouth to take pictures of 'Thunder". Her spring 2013 interior refit at lost river marine gives her the feeling of a new boat inside and out. She is truly a masterpiece! I will post a video in a few days...
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What are the dimensions of the transom opening ?
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