Upon arrival, you're greeted with a sizable entry hall complete with a library and bookshelves full of useful info, novels and games.
The steps lead to both upper and lower staterooms and heads.
To your right is the main Salon & Galley Kitchen, to your left the Lower (king) Stateroom.
In the 'living space' you have a full size sofa, dining area for four, full size Galley Kitchen and access to the aft deck.
Upstairs you will find a bunk bed nestled in the Pilot house and a Master (queen) Stateroom with private bath.
Coconuts is spacious, 50’ from bow to stern boasting a 16+foot beam. She’s a steel mono-hull gal, who rarely rocks and rolls even in Florida’s often dramatic weather and she’s proven herself mighty seaworthy even in hurricane force winds!
The interior design was intended to be a low maintenance simple plan, using contemporary IKEA cabinetry and storage. There is a ton of space for a boat! Two heads with standing showers, a dishwasher, and 3 bedroom areas. A restful aft deck and a huge roof deck, a comfortable main salon, and stairs to upper salons and decks.
NOTE: This is NOT a craft for anyone with physical challenges, but easy for all others to navigate.
24° 33' 48.96'', -81° 43' 29.99''
Founded about 1893, it is believed that Stock Island was named by the Spanish conquistadors who grazed cattle and other livestock there.
These days it is home to several commercial fishing operations, and two large marinas. Stock island has long been considered the 'quieter more locals' of the lower keys then its big sister to the south, Key West.
It's part of Monroe County and has three public schools as well as the Florida Keys community college campus.
Stock Island has a large public 18 hole golf course and is home to the Key west botanical gardens.
It's a less touristed Island, but being adjacent to KW makes it a Key location! Quiet and a stone's throw away from the bustle of KW.
There are plenty of shopping and dining destinations and every other sort of necessary services.