Listed at $395,000

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Available for Sale48' 2003 Ocean Alexander 

  • LLC Owned
  • Bow and stern thrusters serviced (2020)
  • Cutlass Bearings Replaced (2022)
  • Bottom painted (2022)
  • Shaft wipers added (2020)
  • New ZF props added January 2020 per factory specs
  • ZF trolling valves
  • CruiseAir reverse cycle heat and air
  • New canvas, carpet and upholstery (2021) New Biminis (2022)
  • 2000 hour service completed in 2019
  • Cooling System Serviced (2022)
  • Complete Genset Serviced (2022)
  • All Lights are LED

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


LOA: 48' (15 m)
Beam: 14' (5 m)
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Capacity: 600 gal (2,272 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 180 gal (682 L)
Holding Tank: 40 gal (152 L)
Location: California, Newport Beach, United States
Build Year: 2003
Builder: Ocean Alexander
Type: Sports Cruiser


Information & Features

Electrical Equipment

- Generator: Northern Lights 8 Kw 1277 hours

- Inverter


- Depthsounder: Raymarine

- Radar: Raymarine

- TV Set

- Navigation Center: Raymarine RL80C multi-display

- Plotter: Raymarine

- Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001 Smart Pilot with remote

- Compass: Ritchie

- GPS: Raymarine

- VHF: (2) Raymarine

Inside Equipment

- Stern Thruster: Side Power

- Bow Thruster: Side Power

- Electric Bilge Pump

- Oven: Kenyon 3-Burner Ceramic Cooktop

- Microwave Oven: Sharp

- Marine Head: Vacuflush

- Air Conditioning: Cruise Air

- Heating

- Hot Water

- Refrigerator: Frigo

- Battery Charger


LAGNIAPPE IV has spent the first part of her life with her first owners in the Pacific Northwest, spending the first half of her life in freshwater. She's now located in Newport Beach and is ready to welcome her new owners. Also very well maintained by the local Yanmar factory authorized dealer.

Both upper and lower helms are equipped with an array of Ray Marine Electronics. There is a pair of captains chairs at the flybridge helm station which is complimented by L-shaped seating to the port and aft. To starboard are the fiberglass molded steps down to the cockpit. Aft of the seating area is open deck space with a stainless handrail.

There is a large cockpit with plenty of room for deck chairs and a table. A transom door to starboard leads to the swim platform with ladder. There is a davit off the transom for a small tender. A hatch located in the cockpit leads to the large lazarette, which boasts a great amount of storage space and allows access to the rudder assembly and engine room.

Sliding glass doors lead into a spacious salon with plenty of seating for the whole family. The Galley offers a nice compliment of appliances to include a full size over/under refrigerator freezer, microwave/convection oven, double stainless steel sink and plenty of storage. The lower helm station is to starboard with a full instrumentation and electronics.

The centerline stairs lead down to the lower companionway to three staterooms and two heads. The Master is forward with an island queen berth. Master has an ensuite head with granite counter tops, large stall shower and vaccuflush head. There is ample storage in two hanging lockers that are cedar lined and large drawers under the bed. To port is the guest head with granite counters, shower stall and vaccuflush head adjoined to the the VIP Stateroom with a double berth with ample storage and cedar lined hanging locker. Across the hall to starboard is the third stateroom which has over under bunks and two cedar lined hanging lockers.

Engine room access is via a hatch in the center of the main salon. Maintenance is a priority to the current owner, which is obvious upon entry to the engine room with clean and dry bilges. Outboard of the port engine are the recently installed air conditioning compressors. Outboard of the starboard engine is the hot water heater. The Yanmar 440 hp engines are exceptionally clean and well maintained.

Mechanical Equipment

Side Power Bow Thruster and Stern Thrusters

Electric Bilge Pump: Rule 2000 x4 Each

Marine Head: Sealand Vacuflush x2

Air Conditioning: Cruiseair 40000BT

Heating: Cruiseair 40000BTU

Hot Water: Torrid MV-30 102VAC

Battery Charger: Professional Mariner

Self Cleaning Fuel Polishing System on Engines Fuel System


Shore Power Inlet

Generator: Northern Lights 8kW 1277 hours - serviced 2021

Inverter: Xantrex 12VDC 200AMP


Depthsounder: Raymarine

Radar: Raymarine RL80C pathfinder


Navigation Center: Raymarine

Plotter: Raymarine RC631 Plus with Chart

DVD Player: JVC KD-DV5000U

Autopilot: Raymarine



CD Player: Sony DAV-C770

GPS: Raymarine

Cockpit Speakers


COM AIS Class B receiver


Cockpit Shower


Swimming Ladder


Microwave oven

Frigo Refrigerator (2020)

Sea Land freshwater pump

Stainless sink

Bar refrigerator in salon (Dometic 2021)


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

Manufacturer Provided Description

Highly skilled artisans at the Alexander Marine boatyard in Koahsiung, Taiwan handcraft each Ocean Alexander 480 Sport Sedan. The pride in their craft is obvious. Wood joints are glued and secured by screws, and parquet teak decks have a clean look (no wood plugs). The counter tops lay flat, and all fiberglass surfaces have a polished gelcoat finish. The 480 Sport Sedan is loaded with standard features, including modified semidisplacement hulls and planing hulls that deliver superior performance, comfort, and great fuel economy. This hand-laid fiberglass hull is constructed by our expert artisans using only the finest materials available. The unique balsa core technology - used on the hull sides, topside, and superstructure - adds strength, reduces vibration and noise, and is very watertight. Also, anti-fouling black paint is applied to the hull bottom. Other standard features include trim tabs, engine hour meters, hinged fiberglass radar mast, cedar-lined closets, deck lights, swim ladders, platforms, and lighted stairways.

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