....on the St Johns River!
2280 Hontoon Road, DeLand, FL 32720

60′ 10 Sleeper Executive (Silver Glen)


The main salon features the helm, large living room with flat screen TV, dining table with bench seating and 2 chairs, plus well equipped galley. The boat has four private staterooms, a spacious master stateroom with queen size bed, two lower staterooms with queen size beds and one mid-stateroom with full size bed. Add the full size futon in the main salon and this boat comfortably sleeps ten people. The boat has one full bath with shower and one half bath. This boat is equipped with central air and heat. The large front deck features a ceiling fan, propane gas grill, ice chest, table and four chairs. The large back deck has plenty of space for stowing kayaks and water toys. Stairs are located on the front and back decks for easy access to the top deck. There is a flybridge on the top deck so the boat can be driven from inside the boat or from up top. The top deck also has loungers for sunbathing and a water slide. A canopy top provides partial coverage for those who prefer shade.



60′ 10 SLEEPER EXECUTIVE Silver Glen HIGH: March-Nov. LOW: Dec-Feb
Weekend 1 p.m. Fri – 4 p.m. Sunday $2300.00 $2200.00
Mid Week 1 p.m. Mon – 4 p.m. Thurs. $2400.00 $2300.00
Week Mon 1 p.m. – Sun 4 p.m. or Fri 1 p.m. – Thurs. 4 p.m. $3400.00 $3300.00

On-Board Inventory:

Main Salon:
  • Captain’s chair
  • Full size futon
  • Dining table with bench style seating
  • Storage Closets
  • Master Stateroom: 1 Queen bed
  • 3 Guest Staterooms: 2 Queens / 1 Full
  • 1 full bath with shower
  • 1 half bath
  • Each bathroom has one small trash bin
Galley Appliances:
  • 4-top ceramic stove with oven
  • Full size refrigerator/freezer
  • Microwave
  • Electric hand mixer
  • Blender
  • Coffee Pot (12-cup)
  • Toaster
  • Dining service for 12 (dinner plates, side plates, soup bowls, coffee cups, 8 oz glasses, 4 oz glasses, wine glasses, forks, dinner knives, steak knives, teaspoons, tablespoons)
  • Pots & Pans (sauce pan w/lid, 3 qt w/lid, 8 qt w/lid, 4” omelet pan, 12” skillet, glass baking dish, glass casserole dish with lid, baking pan)
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Measuring cup and measuring spoons
  • Serving spoons & spatulas, grill spatula and tongs
  • Colander
  • Butcher’s Block with large kitchen knives & scissors
  • Can opener (manual)
  • Vegetable peeler
  • Cheese grater
  • Wine Opener
  • Dish rack / drainer
  • Tea Kettle
  • Ice Trays (2)
  • Ash tray
  • Matches
  • Kitchen includes one medium size trash bin
Linens (towels, blankets, etc.):
  • Bath towels: 20
  • Hand towels: 10
  • Wash clothes: 12
  • Blankets: 5
  • Sheets: One set per bed
  • Pillows & pillowcases: Two per bed
Cleaning Supplies:
  • One small bottle of Dawn dish washing liquid
  • One Sponge
  • One new roll of paper towels
  • One Toilet brush
  • Broom and dust pan
  • Trash bags
Exterior Amenities:
  • Front Deck includes one outdoor dining table with 4 chairs, one 32 gallon trash can and one 20 gallon recycle bin, one cooler and a propane gas grill with grill brush, ceiling fan
  • Top Deck includes partial canopy, fly bridge and 4 lounge chairs
  • Flat Screen TV with DVD Player
  • VHF Marine Radio
  • AM/FM Radio with CD Player and aux input
Heating & Cooling:
  • Central Air/Heat
  • Life jackets for up to 12 guests (Coast Guard maximum for rental boats in Florida)
  • One throwable PFD IV
  • CO Detector
  • Minimum of 2 fire extinguishers
  • Engine compartment Halon system
  • Two Danforth style 22 lbs. anchors
  • Four dock lines
  • One 50 amp power cord
Mechanical Specifications:
  • 12.5K Westerbeke Marine Generators
  • Volvo Penta Inboard/Outboard Twin Engines with composite propellers
Potable Water / Black Water / Fuel Capacities (Gallons):
  • Potable Water Tank: 240
  • Waste Holding Tank: 150
  • Fuel Tank: 140
Mileage Specifications:
  • South Limit: Lake Monroe Bridge (approximately 20 miles)
  • North Limit: Silver Glen Springs in Lake George (approximately 30 miles)
  • Boats are not allowed to travel at night

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