Serenity 65-ft Sumerset Houseboat Shares for Sale

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I recently finished the complete refit of a 1994 Sumerset Houseboat that sank at her mooring over at Halls; no I am looking to sell shares on the boat and would be thrilled to have some Wayne's Words Board members buy in. Full listing details are below. I will also be chronicling the refit of the boat on my new blog ( if you are interested; I have two posts up about the refit so far and think I will be posting about it every other month with other content posted in the other months. If you're interested, let me know.

1994 Sumerset 65’ x 14’ Houseboat, several shares available. Moored in covered slip at Bullfrog Marina. Complete refit was finished in 2016 with all new systems throughout. This boat is like new and will offer you everything you could want in a multi-ownership houseboat on Lake Powell; see below for listing of all options.

There are 16 ownership shares in the Serenity and annual fees are set at a reasonable $1,800. Fees should generate a reserve fund for future repairs and, since everything is new, there shouldn’t be any special assessments in the near future. Week numbering starts on the Saturday following the first Wednesday of January, with weeks 21-38 being primary ownership weeks. Additional weeks are available off season for $100/night on a first come basis ($50/night if the houseboat does not leave the slip). The following shares are currently available at the indicated price:

-Week 33 (18-Aug through 25-Aug, 2018), $8,000, Contact Bob Guerra at 303-913-0749 or

Purchase is subject to ownership approval. We are looking to build a strong ownership group on a great boat.

  • New 3.0L Mercruiser engines installed in 2016
  • New 91102 MicroCommander Electronic Control systems for both engines installed in 2016
  • Rebuilt Westerbeke 12.5kW Genset installed in 2016
  • 450-gal gas capacity, 200-gal toy tanks with electric pump and & 250-gal main tanks
  • HALON Automatic Fire Suppression System in Engine Room
  • New 3-ton Carrier HVAC System installed in 2016
  • New 3kW Xantrex Inverter installed in 2016
  • All New Batteries (8-house and 3-engine) in 2015
  • New Water Pumps in 2016
  • New Hot Water Heater installed in 2016
  • The “WaterFixer” Ultraviolet Filtration System
  • New Raritan Marine Heads installed in 2016
  • New 3700-gph automatic bilge pumps (2) installed in 2016
  • 5 80-gal fresh water tanks (400-gal total)
  • 3 80-gal waste holding tanks (240-gal total)

  • Flying Bridge with full controls and instruments
  • 2 VHF Marine Radios (flying bridge and main helm)
  • New Lowrance Elite-7 HDI Chartplotter and Echosounder with Navionics HotMaps Western Lakes Charts
  • Hydraulic Steering System
  • Rudder Angle Indicators
  • Rear View Camera

  • Gourmet Kitchen with all conveniences
  • All New Solid Wood Cabinets throughout with soft close doors and drawers in 2016
  • New Counter Tops, Stainless Sink, and Faucet in 2016
  • New Stainless Steel Frigidaire Gallery Appliance Suite
  • Tons of Storage
  • Plates/Dishes, Pots/Pans, Small Appliances, Silverware, etc.

  • Front Salon with sleeper couch
  • Dining area with 6 place table
  • Complete entertainment center including:
    • VIZIO 40” HD 1080p LED Smart TV New in 2016
    • Dish Winegard Pathway X1 satellite TV system New in 2016
    • Samsung Bluray/DVD player New in 2016
    • AM/FM stereo with auxiliary hookup and speakers throughout
  • Upper deck theater (projector and screen) for outdoor movies
  • 3 spacious staterooms with queen size beds (sleeps 8 total inside)
  • 1 full bath with shower and 1 half bath, both completely renovated in 2016
  • New Lonseal Teak and Holly flooring throughout Salon and Galley
  • New Stainmaster Carpet in all staterooms
  • New trim, paint, doors, etc. throughout

  • Serenity is Moored in a Covered Slip at Bullfrog Marina
  • Davit with 1,000-lbs working load and 2 PWC cradles
  • Sunbrella canvas cover on half of upper deck
  • New Marine Carpet on front and back decks
  • Deep Freezer on bow for food or extra ice storage
  • Wash down and front deck shower
  • New Dyna-Glo Stainless Steel Propane BBQ Grill on front deck
  • Water Mist cooling system on front deck
  • New LED lighting throughout
  • Upper deck sleeping mattresses for 14, with Sunbrella storage bags
  • Patio table with chairs
  • Lounge chairs
  • Halogen floodlights
  • Mesh enclosure for front deck

For more information (LLC documents, additional pictures, etc.) you can visit the Serenity webpage at
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Really like the website for your boat. Trying to talk my ownership group into something similar. Our ownership roster is full, so we don't need it for sales, but I love the idea of having all of the information about the boat in one place - and accessible online. Good job!



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Yeah, the website is a standard weebly format and I was pretty impressed with how easy it was to set-up using their website building tools. The hosting is free if you just use the weebly domain (e.g., but you also have the option of paying for a domain name and hosting through them.
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Thanks. I've been trying to update this listing as shares sell, but we're down to just 4-shares available. A few of our members are knocking around these message boards too.


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Off topic, but I have enjoyed your blog. I hope you keep posting.
Thanks, I wasn't sure if anyone was reading it or not, but am hoping to keep posting about once every month. I've been alternating between the houseboat refit and other topics (mostly the work I did on rebuilding my 1962 Lone Star).


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All my shares are now sold, but one of our owners is looking to sell his share due to health issues. I updated the original listing with his contact information, but it's repeated below:

  • Week 33 (18-Aug through 25-Aug, 2018), $8,000, Contact Bob Guerra at 303-913-0749 or
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P.S. I saw your little boat in the parking lot this winter. Took some pics cause I loved the name and it seemed like a fun little runabout. Nice work on fixing it up!


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