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$369,000 (USD) Name: Jubilee Located: Bellingham Cabins: 2 Sleeps: 4 Engine: Twin Cummins


Juiblee is an immaculate 490 that had always been kept in freshwater, under cover. It has only been outside for the last 8 months. It is unlike any other 49 Pilothouse in that it is painted in a Sterling LP finish and due to its covered moorage, looks like new. This is the popular two stateroom model with island queen beds with NEW custom mattresses in both and private head (NEW Masterflush toilets) and shower accessible to each. Beautiful cherry veneers and solids, hardwood floors. Hunter green canvas over the bimini (NEW) and tender and bridge coordinates with hunter green stripe on the bridge sides and coaming. NEW bow and stern thrusters will help you dock her anywhere! Jubilee is a must see!



As a “Charter Approved Yacht”, this 49' Hampton 490 Pilothouse is pre-approved to enter the NW Explorations’ Premier Charter Fleet, which, if you so choose, could provide you with huge cost-saving benefits. Read More


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Tim Hoving
(360) 961-0228
Bellingham, WA
Ken Bowles
(206) 554-1642
Seattle, WA
Scott Blake
(800) 826-1430
Bellingham, WA

LOA: 54 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 2 in
Length: 49 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
Displacement: 40,000 lbs
Fuel Tanks Capacity: 700 gal
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 300 gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 80 gal
Engines: Twin 450hp Cummins
Enter the vessel via the cockpit with transom door starboard and access to the bridge via ladder starboard or thru the pilothouse. Sliding door to the salon is to port. The salon has solid teak hardwood floors with L-shaped leather settee to Starboard and space for a pair of club chairs, port. The galley is forward to port and the wet bar and TV, starboard. The galley featuring teal Corian counters, has a full height Norcold AC/DC refer with separate door freezer above. To the left of the refer is a Broan trash compactor and 3 drawers under counter. Left of this is the Force 10 Stainless steel 3 burner propane range with oven underneath and microwave above. The large stainless steel sink is big enough to do all your galley chores while looking out the large window to the portside. Aft is a large counter stretching from port toward the starboard side about 7' and features a large dish cabinet above with down lights to illuminate the work area or breakfast counter.

The wet bar, located to starboard from the galley, has a small bar sink, U-line ice maker and at the aft end of the bar a Samsung 26" flat panel TV and Sony DVD player for the salon. Up 3 steps from the salon, galley and wet bar, is the full beam pilothouse with sliding doors either side to the side decks. The lower helm is forward in the pilothouse and has a full complement of electronics including; Furuno NavNet 2 with GPS color charting, Furuno Radar, Furuno GPS Navigator, Raytheon Digital depth, ICOM M-127 VHF and Robertson Autopilot. There are also Morse cable controls, furnace controls for the Webasto diesel furnace, rudder angle indicator and ships intercom system. Aft and to port is the leather pilothouse settee with seating for 3. There is easy access to the ships electrical ac/dc panels and generator controls to starboard. Stairs lead down to the two cabins and heads. The guest stateroom with queen island berth on center (NEW custom mattress and linens), is forward and has it's own ensuite head with separate stall shower and NEW Masterflush toilet, private to the guest cabin. There is a roomy hanging locker and lots of small cabinets for guests storage.

The master stateroom and master head span the full beam and is aft of the guest and located in the widest part of the hull and where it's the most quiet. The master head with separate stall shower, sink, vanity and NEW Masterflush toilet is starboard across from the master queen berth (NEW custom mattress and linens) which runs athwart ship and has a vanity /desk forward and hanging locker and drawers, aft. The master head is private to the master cabin. From the pilothouse there are 5 stairs leading up and aft to the flying bridge with helm on center. There is a helm seat with weather cover, Morse cable engine controls, NEW Sidepower bow and stern thrusters, Glendinning synchronizer, Intercom, Raytheon Digital depth, Robertson autopilot controls, Furuno GPS navigator, Ritchie wet compass and remote control for the windlass.

The flying bridge is accessed from the pilothouse up 5 steps and aft. There is also a ladder on the starboard side of the cockpit. Here you'll find a complete set of VDO engine gages and VDO rudder angle indicator and a Furuno GPS Navigator. There are also Morse controls, switch for Glendinning synchronizers and switch for the remote windlass, an ICOM M50 VHF, Raytheon digital depth finder as well as a bracket for the Furuno NavNet 2 so it can be used on the Hampton 490 Pilothouse bridge in fair weather. There is an intercom hand set, a Robertson autopilot controller and a 4" wet compass. On the starboard side there is L-shaped seating and wedge shaped table. Across from the seating area is an L-Shaped cabinet with sink at the apex and refer under the right hand side. Again, there is a Hunter green canvas cover for the wet bar. To port is a 1000# Nick Jackson electric davit and the Avon 12' Dinghy with 25HP Honda 4-stroke outboard, on center.
There is a 120/240 Volt AC system powered by the ships 8kW Kohler Generator and 50 amp shore power. There is also a Heart Inverter for converting DC power to light duty AC power There is also a 12 Volt DC system powered by 2-8D's for engine starting; a 4-D for generator starting; 4 8-D's (1 for the windlass and 3 for the house and inverter.
• Kohler 8kW Generator - 1150 hrs
• Heart 2500 Inverter
• (4) 8-D batteries for house and systems
• (1) 4-D battery for generator start
• (2) 8-D's for engine start
• (2) AGM 31's for bow thruster
• (2) AGM 31's for stern thruster
• NEW Sidepower bow and stern thrusters w/handheld wireless remote 2016
• Furuno NavNet2 GPS color charting
• Furuno Radar - 64 mile
• ICOM VHF M-127
• Furuno GPS Navigator
• Raytheon digital depth
• Robertson AP22 Autopilot
• Glendinning synchronizer
• KVH Azimuth digital compass
• Intercom system
• Furnace controls
• VDO Engine gages and VDO rudder angle
• Controls for Windlass
• Trim tab controls
• Horn
• Tank Tender fluid monitor
• Furuno NavNet2 GPS color charting ( Brackets for ph unit)
• ICOM VHF, M-50
• Furuno GPS Navigator
• Raytheon digital depth
• Robertson Autopilot
• VDO rudder angle indicator
• Intercom system
• Windlass controls
• Cummins 6CTA8.3M3 450 hp
• ZF 301A.1 transmissions w/2.55 to 1 ratios
• 2.25" stainless steel shafts
• 32 x 31.5 x 4 blade bronze propellers
• Stainless steel rudders
• Hynautic hydraulic steering
• Sidepower bow and stern thrusters - NEW 2016
• Masterflush heads - 2 - NEW 2016
• Webasto 2010 hot water furnace
• Paragon SR 12v water pump
• 30 gallon water heater - AC/Engine heated
• Splendide 2000 combomatic washer/dryer
• Tank Tender
• Avon 3.4 RIB w/Honda 25 hp
• Nick Jackson 1000# low profile electric davit
• Swim step "staple rails" - NEW 2016
• Swim ladder - undermount - NEW 2016
• Bimini top - NEW 2016
• Maxwell 2200 vertical 12v anchor windlass
• 65# stainless steel plow anchor w/ 3/8" chain
• Danforth 22 spare anchor
• Radar arch
• L-settee and table on FB
• Sink and refrigerator on FB
• Hunter green canvas for dinghy, FB galley area, FB console
• Transom door for easy entry at stern
• Magma BBQ attaches to staples - NEW 2016
• Fish cleaning station also fits on staples
• Side Power bow and stern thrusters with hand held remote- $29,151
• 2 each Masterflush heads - $5,014
• Under swim step swim ladder - $485
• Replaced all Pilothouse window glazing - $8,232
• Installed bimini top, 2 new custom mattresses w/custom linens-$5,308
• Installed swim step ss staples - $4,086
• Total - $52,276
In addition to the above capital improvements, the following repairs/maintenance expenditures
were made:

• Survey pick up items completed by CSR Boat Yard - $8,600
• Survey pick up items plus complete servicing by Diesel Systems- $9,809
• Tender service and sea cock valve replacements (2 Each) - $5,300
• Total - $23,709