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Boats for sale in Anacortes, Washington
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Stock #177659 Beautiful Alberg 30! # 149! Completely Refurbished:New Sails,Lifelines,Electrical,Cushions,Stereo! Recently Surveyed! Original Cabinets,Face and Doors If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1966 Alberg 30, priced right at $19,900 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Anacortes, Washington. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has 466 hours.
This Monk McQueen has been well maintained by its owner. Beautiful teak wood that runs through the main galley and throughout most of the boat. Keeps her in a covered slip so she stays nice, dry and clean. High-end electronics in great condition per owner. Stock #150543 If you are looking for a beautiful boat at an incredible price, you need to check out this trawler. Great for a live-a-board or family weekend cruiser If you are in the market for a trawler, look no further than this 1964 Monk 45 McQueen Trawler, just reduced to $95,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Anacortes, Washington and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Detroit Diesel engine that has 2,891 hours. Reason for selling is just not using enough..
1986 Ocean Alexander Sundeck 42 Price was just reduced to what is now an outstanding bargain. Ocean Alexanders are known for their upper end ammenities, gorgeous wood work and quality of construction. Just completed a full inspection for the coming season including OUT of the water hull and prop inspections. , oil and filters changed, hull buffed and waxed, .... Columbia is ready to go!! 300 gals (approx) fuel in full tanks. She comes (everything on the boat) with galley items, spare parts, maps, manuals, life jackets, fishing gear etc. This one is a beauty. Exceptionally equipped for live aboard, charter, or just plain fun. Huge aft cabin, with walk around queen bed, two heads with showers, washer and dryer, water maker, 39" Tv with dvd player, Double sink on aft deck with big propane burner for crab pots etc. Over and under bunks in the forward cabin. This set up is sooooo much better than the v birth layout. Lots more storage and two full size bunks this way. Twin Detroit 8.2l turbo diesels that burn 2 gph each while going 9mph.. Big engine room that offers lots of storage..Many spare parts (belts, impellers, pups, filters etc.). Westerbeke 12kw generator. ***With all LED bulbs and our propane option cook top, you hardly need the generator!! Heating is diesel and 12 volt. Water heater is via the Hurricane heater. So basically you get by in luxury without the generator running. And have unlimited hot water via the Hurricane diesel / 12 volt heater. 12' rib Avon with console steering, electric /hydraulic tilt on the 20hp Yamaha 4 stroke. Stores easily on the sea wise davits on the stern. The dink has a depth sounder, two gas tanks, and spare prop!! This was $11,500 a few years ago.. Full enclosure on the fly bridge with heat up there (great pilot house in all weather) via the12 volt hydronic Hurricane heating system that keeps the whole boat warm with no need for shore power or generator. 4 zones. This system also provides endless hot water for showers, washer and sinks. This heat system in pretty new and would cost about $22k to install. Full covers for windows, rails, and dinghy. Sun screens too. 6' deck box. Columbia (boat name) is currently in the Charter fleet with Anacortes Yacht Charters. ON their web site you can find lots more info on the boat. You can keep it with them and enjoy nice income when you are not using it. Keeping it in charter also AVOIDS the sales tax!!!! And makes a 50' slip available. BTW , it is expensive to get approved for charter. Lots of inspections, and complying with a long list of safety and equipment items. It is all done!!! Park permits bought for this year, DOR stickers are new for this year. Just completed all inspections and sea trials. Haul out and $3000 bottom job just done!! Sept 2016. Two coats of bottom paint. It has only been
Category Center Consoles
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2006 Triumph 210 Center Console 2006 Triumph 210cc,Selling 2006 Triumph Center Console boat that is in excellent condition and used very little. This boat is made out of Roplene, and is known for its toughness. There is an Suzuki 06 150hp motor on it that was recently serviced and had no issues, motor has less 300 hours. Boat also has Suzuki a 2015 9.9hp kicker motor that is under warranty less than 10 hours. Boat has GPS, and fish finder that both work great. Boat has a custom made cover for it. Trailer is an 06 Ez loader, electric breaks.We will throw in all fishing equipment with purchase. This includes year old down rigger, crab pots, shrimp pots, pot puller, bouys and fishing polls. There is also 6 life jackets, and fire extinguisher that we will throw in.Specs: Top speed 37.1 mph Cruising speed 20.7 mph Length 20'6"Beam 8'6" Draft 1'2" Dry weight w/o engine 2,200 pounds Fuel capacity 70 gallons Maximum power 200 horsepower Asking $26000 for all.
BOOK YOUR TWO WEEK BOATING VACATION FIRST, AS AN OWNER OF THIS BEAUTIFUL, TOTALLY REFURBISHED YACHT. Buy in as an owner to this beautiful 1997 4788 Pilothouse. It is like new and completely gone through from stem to stern in 2016. You will be purchasing a 25% member ownership in an LLC corporation that owns the vessel and will share in the expenses or income on a 25% basis. A charter agreement is in place and owners usage must be through the Charter Company but is on a reduced basis with funds returned to the LLC less sales tax. The vessel is designed to be in charter from May through September, but owners can also book time on the vessel, under the rules for charter. This yacht was in charter for the first time in the 2016 season and is a proven money maker. The charter income will offset all maintenance, insurance and moorage or storage expenses and at leave some to offset your fuel on your trips. . Owners have first choice of dates for use. The equipment is beyond ability to list, but here is some; Twin Cummins 315 hp diesel motors, 1800 hours approx., cruise range 12 to 16 knots with 22 knots top speed, or run at an efficient 8 to 10 knots. Newly rebuilt 8kw Westerbeke Gen Set 11' Boston Whaler Tender with 2013 Suzuki 25 hp motor, comes with galvanized trailer for transporting for maintenance or storage. All NEW Electronics from Simrad, GPS Chart Plotter and Radar combo, depth sounder, Simrad Autopilot, (two stations), Separate Sounder and speed indicator, New top end Icom VHF radios with Haler. br> New Refrigerator, New top end mattresses and bedding, one of two new electric fresh water toilets new. br> Also New in 2016 Engine Stainless Cooling Risers and some hoses Webasto Diesel heater rebuilt with new Stainless exhaust system Both Transmissions checked, one has new seals and bearings Props are new New stern deck combing bolsters Shower Sump pump Some of the base equipment; Trash Compactor, Microwave, Refrigerator-Freezer, Electric Stove and Oven, Ice Maker, Blender, TV with DVD Blueray player, Electric and Diesel Heating systems, Bimini Top and seating and window canvas, power windless for anchor with remote control, Large new batteries for the House, Generator and Engines, with invertor and battery charging system.Bridge Sink-Refrigerator cabinet with storagePower Davit for TenderPlye receiver for MP3, USB, Bluetooth and radioTwo additional AM/FM radio receivers and speakers in cabin and a 3rd on the bridge. Central Vacuum System Washer - Dryer Three cabins for sleeping 6 and a salon conversion to sleep 2 more. Teak Stern Deck Very clean and in great shape, well maintained. All galley and head supplies are on board. Full sets of dishes, glasses, pots and pans, utensils, cleaning supplies and all typical galley equipment is new and on board. Heads include full sets of towels and typical supplies. Bedding includes spare sheets and pillow cases. Vessel cleaning supplies, motor and battery fluids and a long list of other needed supplies are on board. Spare parts aboard. NO SHIPPING. Moorage May thru September in Anacortes, WA. to be available for charter, and either dry storage in Anacortes the rest of the year or wet moorage in the Seattle area. Call Dave with questions or to view in person, 425-417-1863
BOOK YOUR TWO WEEK BOATING VACATION FIRST, AS AN OWNER OF THIS BEAUTIFUL, TOTALLY REFURBISHED YACHT. FOR THOSE WATCHING THIS LISTING, WE ARE OFFERING EITHER 25% OWNERSHIP AT $55,000.00 OR 50% OWNERSHIP AT $110,000.00. THESE ARE PRETTY FIRM PRICES AND BASED ON A HIGHLY REFURBISHED VESSEL WITH CHARTER INCOME, AND IN LINE WITH GENERAL OVERALL VALUE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL FOR A VIEWING AND TO DISCUSS THE VESSEL AND FURTHER FINANCIAL DISCUSSIONS CAN ENSUE AFTER THAT. Buy in as an owner to this beautiful 1997 4788 Pilothouse. It is like new and completely gone through from stem to stern in 2016. This yacht was in charter for the first time in the 2016 season and is a proven money maker. The charter income will offset all maintenance, insurance and moorage or storage expenses and at leave some to offset your fuel on your trips. Charter net income was $24,000 in 2016, and expecting greater in 2017, as charters are already being booked. Owners have first choice of dates for use. The equipment is beyond ability to list, but here is some; Twin Cummins 315 hp diesel motors, 1800 hours approx., cruise range 12 to 16 knots with 22 knots top speed, or run at an efficient 8 to 10 knots. Newly rebuilt 8kw Westerbeke Gen Set $7,000 spent 11' Boston Whaler Tender with 2013 Suzuki 25 hp motor, comes with galvanized trailer for transporting for maintenance or storage. All NEW Electronics from Simrad, GPS Chart Plotter and Radar combo, depth sounder, Simrad Autopilot, (two stations), Separate Sounder and speed indicator, New top end Icom VHF radios with Haler. $15,000 spent. New Refrigerator, New top end mattresses and bedding, one of two new electric fresh water toilets new. $5,000 spent. Also New in 2016 Engine Stainless Cooling Risers and some hoses Webasto Diesel heater rebuilt with new Stainless exhaust system Both Transmissions checked, one has new seals and bearings Props are new New stern deck combing bolsters Shower Sump pump Spent over $19,000 Some of the base equipment; Trash Compactor, Microwave, Refrigerator-Freezer, Electric Stove and Oven, Ice Maker, Blender, TV with DVD Blueray player, Electric and Diesel Heating systems, Bimini Top and seating and window canvas, power windless for anchor with remote control, Large new batteries for the House, Generator and Engines, with invertor and battery charging system.Bridge Sink-Refrigerator cabinet with storagePower Davit for TenderPlye receiver for MP3, USB, Bluetooth and radioTwo additional AM/FM radio receivers and speakers in cabin and a 3rd on the bridge. Central Vacuum System Washer - Dryer Three cabins for sleeping 6 and a salon conversion to sleep 2 more. Teak Stern Deck Very clean and in great shape, well maintained. All galley and head supplies are on board. Full sets of dishes, glasses, pots and pans, utensils, cleaning supplies and all typical galley equipment is new and on board. Heads include full sets of towels and typical supplies. Bedding includes spare sheets and pillow cases. Vessel cleaning supplies, motor and battery fluids and a long list of other needed supplies are on board. Spare parts aboard. NO SHIPPING. Moorage May thru September in Anacortes, WA. to be available for charter, and either dry storage in Anacortes the rest of the year or wet moorage in the Seattle area. Call Dave with questions or to view in person, 425-417-1863
2006 Triumph 210cc,Selling 2006 Triumph Center Console boat that is in excellent condition and used very little. This boat is made out of Roplene, and is know for its toughness. There is an Suzuki 06 150hp motor on it that was recently serviced and had no issues, motor has less 300 hours. Boat also has Suzuki a 2015 9.9hp kicker motor that is under warranty. Boat has GPS, and fish finder that both work great. Boat has a custom made cover for it. Trailer is an 06 Ez loader.We will throw in all fishing equipment with purchase. This includes year old down rigger, crab pots, shrimp pots, pot puller, and polls. There is also 6 life jackets that we will throw in.Specs: Top speed 37.1 mph Cruising speed 20.7 mph Length 20'6"Beam 8'6" Draft 1'2" Dry weight w/o engine 2,200 poundsFuel capacity 70 gallonsMaximum power 200 horsepowerAsking $28500 for all. $28500.00
Category Saltwater Fishing Boats
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2015 North River SeaHawk OS 2300C, 2015 North River Sea Hawk OS 2300C for sale. 36 hours on the Yamaha F175 outboard. Records kept on service and run hours. Yamaha 9.9 high thrust kicker. Additional features include Aft steering station with throttle controls for the kicker, Humminbird 959 CI HD sonar and down imaging, Humminbird AS 21RD4KW radar, 3 batteries (2 currently connected with third in place), scotty downriggers, EZ Loader 7500 duel axel trailer, Hard Bottom paint with two coats of epoxy primer new in November, a very nice to have bait station, and more. This is a truly beautiful boat in like new condition. The F175 has no problems getting on a plane, and I average 25-27MPH in 1-2 ft. chop with 105 gallons of fuel. The overall length including the bow sprit and off shore bracket is 25' 4 1/2". the centerline length is 23'. The beam is 8' 6" making it trailerable without an oversize load permit in Washington. The dry weight is 4550 lbs and I have no problem towing it with 105 gals of fuel on board with my 1/2 ton truck.She runs like a dream and I hate to sell. My wife and daughters had a different style of boat in mind.Search wordsFishing Boat, aluminum, pilot house, hewes craft, alumaweld, kingfisher, thunder jet, duckworth, off shore, downrigger, scotty $88000
2012 Custom Aspen C90, The 28 C90 is special in so many ways; its pedigree starts with very high expectations in a trailable cruiser. Most power cruising catamarans have misnomers attached, such as pocket or cuddy and are descriptive of what you get; a lot squeezed into a small space. Our designers wanted the trailerability, but not the pocket. This led to many hours of design and full-scale model building, to get all the right elements at the right scale. It is also why the C90 has a 10 beam. This extra width is amazing in its effect on the boat's interior space and sense of size.The design includes Standard a King master, a separate enclosed head with shower and marine head, dinette with sating for 4 converts to Berth, 8 galley with propane stove/oven and refrigerator, 1/4 berth under fully equipped galley, helm seat, 1st mate seat, bow and stern thruster/joystick control, 5 x 9 aft deck with partial sun shade, swim platform, high output stereo, safety equipment, tool set, and royal blue hull. Garmin electronics package.Length LOA305 9 mBeam10Draft 1/2 Tanks33Est. Weight Dry7,900 lbs.Cummins 150hp dieselFuel80 gallonsRange at 18290 milesCockpit45 sq.ft.Water50 gallonsWaste26 gallonsHead1Master StateroomKingBridge Clearance, Mast Down, in water80Bridge Clearance, Mast Down, on trailer126Walker Bay 10'0'' launch with cover on davit with 2.5hp LehrCruising Speed: 15 knots @ 3200 RPMMaximum Speed: 20 knotsAccommodationsNumber of single berths: 1Number of double berths: 2Number of cabins: 1Number of heads: 1Seating Capacity: 6ElectronicsLog-speedometerCompassDepthsounderRadioGPSVHFCockpit speakersRadarInside EquipmentElectric bilge pumpRefrigeratorSea water pumpHot waterBow thrusterStern thrusterMarine headHeatingOvenBattery chargerElectrical EquipmentInverterShore power inletElectrical Circuit: 110VOutside Equipment/ExtrasCockpit showerDavitsSolar panelTenderSwimming ladderTotal Liferaft Capacity: 4FRESH bottom paint and zincs, detailed and waxed, new prop gold coat low engine hours.Interior
1984 Nauticat 33 Ketch,90 HP Ford Lehman Diesel,3000 hrs;160 Gal.Total Fuel Capacity.2 Heads, 27 Gal. Holding (tot. 54 Gal);100 Gallon Fresh Water Tank. Sleeps a total of six in two private staterooms plus setee(dbl V--Berth forward, dbl berth aft; U-shaped Dinette converts to a double bed). Large pilot house with bench seats and fold-down table. Sliding hatch doors on either side of pilot house. Galley has fridge, Force 10 Propane 3-burner stove with oven, stainless steel double sink and hot water heater. Cabin has both Webasto diesel heat and a Red Dot style heater. Full electronics; inside and outside steering stations. Shore power system, 110 A/C outlets, Magnum 1500 Watt Inverter/Charger, new house batteries spring 2016. 85 Watt Solar Panel. CQR 35 LB anchor with Maxwell HRC Windlass, new spring 2016. Upgrades and deck work since 2008 includes dual Racor primary filters, fuel pump, fresh water pump, aft berth mattress, new high-grade upholstery on all interior cushions, sun shades on pilot house windows, stern ladder, new prop 2010, rewired all AC and replaced the AC panel, top deck glassed, Awlgrip nonskid surface; new topside paint 2014, bottom paint 2013; refinished exterior handrails and recovered exterior cockpit bench seat. The pilot house interior is teak,some of which has been recently refinished. This motor sailor is well equipped for long or short distance cruising, extremely comfortable in all types of weather,and has plenty of storage for you and your guests. Fuel consumption at a cruising speed of 7 knots is a mere 1 gallon per hour. $89000
2000 Rendova RIB, Rare 18' RIB Rendova, only 6 made. 2000 115HP Yamaha engine. Full custom storage canvas. Canvas cover for console and seat. 8 gallon pressurized fresh water tank. 60 gallon fuel tank. Wired for Scotty downriggers. Downrigger mounts included. Garman 545 chartplotter. Garman depthfinder. Yamaha gauges. Stereo sound system. Shorelander trailer. Engine recently serviced. New bottom paint. Extremely solid and well built, handles great in rough water, very smooth ride. Very good condition. $15500
Category Sport Fishing Boats
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2011 Thunder Jet Luxor OB OS,Yamaha 150 HP motor with hydraulic steering -- 229 HoursYamaha 9.9 kicker motor -- 250-300 trolling hoursDual windshield wipersLarge transom live well with wash down systemBuilt in hornBuilt in automatic bilge pumpLarge bow fish boxGateway tandem axle trailer upgraded with 4 wheel disc surge brakesAnchor with chain, buoy and ropeAll safety equipment including 4 new life jackets, flares and a fire extinguisherCobra 2 way radio with GPS coded distress signal capabilitiesAM/FM CD playerLowrance HDS-7 GPS fish finder with structure scanSoft canvas top2 Cannon STX Magnum 10 electric downriggers with positive ion control with 4 -- 10 lb ballsExtra wire and parts for the downriggersThis boat comes with an EFI Yamaha 150 HP outboard motor with hydraulic steering and 229 usage hours. Also includes a 9.9 Yamaha kicker motor with an estimated 250-300 trolling hours -- both motors up to date on service. Boat rides on a custom tandem axle Gateway trailer with upgraded 4 wheel disc surge brakes.Boat includes a soft canvas top (which does a good job of keeping you dry), dual windshield wipers, two Cannon downriggers, 4 downrigger balls, anchor, chain, buoy, rope, flares, life jackets, fire extinguisher, cobra 2 way radio, bumpers, and Lowrance GPS/fish finder with structure scan - loaded with local maps/charts.Boat has a lot of storage, most of which is lockable. There is a large transom live well with wash down system, a large bow fish box (fits a 54lb halibut in it), swim platform with drop down ladder, built in horn and automatic bilge pump. Boat was used in saltwater and rinsed thoroughly after every use. $37900
1986 Lord Nelson 41 1986 Lord Nelson 41 Solana The Lord Nelson 41 is a yacht of unmistakable character and a unique blend of yesteryear charm and romance with all the comfort and convenience of today! Like the North Sea sailing ships of her heritage, she is built with ocean-crossing capabilities. She is engineered for reliability, built for seaworthiness and designed for classic good looks. Her spacious and rich interior establishes her as a true yacht with distinctive style and elegance.Solana is equipped with the tall, double-spreader rig making for efficient sailing even in very light air. She has been well maintained and is ready to embark on her next adventure.
Vessel Particulars and Summary as provided on Survey conducted March 2015: Official No. 1064889 Washington Registration # WN 2304 NH Hull I.D. # 121741 Length: 77' Breadth: 16.7’ Hull Depth: 8.3’ Draft: 7' fore / 11' aft Gross Tonnage: 71 Net Tonnage: 56 Fuel Capacity: unknownPotable Water Capacity: unknown Total Horsepower: 570 Hp. Flag: USA Hailing Port: Tacoma Washington Intended Service: Recreational, Built in 1906 by Wallace Shipyard in North Vancouver British Columbia Overall Condition: GoodEstimated Current Market Value:$25,000.00New Replacement Cost: $3,575,000.00 Estimated Current Market Value after Haul Out: $67,500.00 Construction: 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir planking on sawn 8” X 12” ribs on 18” centers, with 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir ceiling, intercostals, transverse and longitudinal members for the underbody and topsides. Vertical Grain Fir and Marine Grade Plywood topside (decks, cabin sides, and cabin tops), Wood frames. AccommodationsQueen sized bed located in the focsle accessed through a hatch in the foredeck. Main cabin has the masters cabin located foreword with a centerline queen bed, a walkway running athwart ship has a head with sink and shower on the port side, access to the engine room ladder is centerline and a walkway with storage on the starboard side leading aft into the combined main salon and galley. Pilot House: The raised pilot house has clear 360 deg. visibility with a centerline helm, full engine instruments, hydraulic jog stick steering. A built in chart table against the aft bulkhead. Full engine and bilge alarm panel mounted aft to the starboard and a lighting control panel mounted aft to port. Anchoring Gear and Ground TackleOne dual cat’s-paw with capstans horizontal style hydraulic powered anchor winch. One 250 lb. Navy style anchor with unknown amount of 3/4” dia. pin link chain. Propulsion and Auxiliary SystemsMain Engine: The Marlin II is powered by a single Caterpillar™ D348, 12 cylinder turbo charged compressed air start, fresh water cooled with heat exchanger, 570 hp. diesel engine driving a Caterpillar Marine™ reverse/reduction gear by Twin Disk™ with a 5:17 to 1 ratio. No hour meter was sighted. All hoses sighted on the engine are of marine grade. The engine has full visual and audible alarm systems in the engine room and in the pilot house. The main engine was started and ran for approximately 5 minutes. It ran smooth with good oil pressure and throttle response and did not smoke. Ship’s Service GeneratorOne, Westerbeke, 12.5 KW, 110 Volt AC single phase generator. Fresh water cooled with radiator and a full sound shield. Hour meter showing 1168.0 hours. The generator was started, ran well, with good oil pressure, and did not smoke. The power was switched over from shore and the genset powered the vessel. Air Compressor and Engine: One, Simson Maxwell 4 cyl. Fresh water cooled with radiator, 12VDC electric start diesel engine driving a Quincy two cylinder Air Compressor. Engine and air compressor were run, 175 psi was built up in the two air tanks, located port and starboard in the aft of the engine room, which was used to start the main engine. The engine ran well with good oil pressure, water temperature and did not smoke. Engine Exhaust Systems: Dry type exhaust on the main, auxiliary and generator engines with insulated steel pipe sections, flex couplers and steel mufflers which exit through the stack on the main cabin top. Shafting: The Marlin II has a 4 ½” steel shaft turning an unknown size and pitch, 4 blade (reported) Nibral bronze propeller. Oil lubricated pillow block and a four bolt conventional compression type packing gland bolted to the dead wood. Fuel System: Two, independent steel fuel tanks of unknown capacity, with approximate dimensions of 67” tall (inboard side) 77” wide and 12’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, located foreword of the engine room, one on the port side and one on the starboard side, with shut-off valves at the tanks, steel piping, distribution manifold, fuel and water separating filters, flex lines at the engine and screened vents on tanks. The fuel tanks were relatively clean and no major signs of corrosion were evident. No manufacturer plates were sighted on the tanks. Both main fuel tanks appear empty. A 40 gallon (approximate) day tank is located on the cabin top mounted to the front of the stack.Ventilation Systems: Natural and mechanical type for the engine room with forced draft circulation through a 110VAC fan mounted on the main cabin top ducted to the engine room. Natural and mechanical type for personnel accommodations and pilot house with forced draft circulation through 12VDC fans or through doors, port light windows and vent openings. Engine Controls: Manual push pull cable and chain type with individual levers for throttle and reverse gear operation located centerline in the pilot house, and on the pilot house cabin top. The controls were stiff but did operate properly from both stations. Steering System: Four station hydraulic jog stick steering from the pilot house, aft deck, aft end starboard side of the main cabin top and foreword port side on top of the wheel house. The dual ram push pull hydraulic steering quadrant on the fan tail showed signs of leaking at the governing block. (*) The steel rudder post tube in the lazerette showed moderate rust corrosion. (*) The hydraulic system was not tested. Potable Water System: Two rubber bladder tanks, approximate dimensions are 48” tall (inboard side) X 48” wide by 8’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, mounted port and starboard side foreword in the lazerette of unknown capacity with shut-off valves at the tanks, plastic and copper piping, fittings and one 110VAC electric powered Flotec™ pressure unit.Marine Sewage Disposal System: One approximately 35 gallon poly black water holding tank installed starboard side aft in the engine room with deck level pump out and macerating overboard discharge pump. This system meets USCG type III regulations (33 CFR 159) as long as the valve to the overboard discharge through hull remains locked in the closed position within 3 nautical miles of shore. Navigational Aids: Full testing of all electronics was not done. All units powered up properly and appeared operational unless otherwise noted. All electronics are located in the pilot house. One, JRC™ Model: JMA 2254 Radar One, Echotec™ Model: 310MP Video Chart Plotter One, Wagner™ Model: MK IV Auto Pilot Communications One, Standard Horizon™ Model: Quest with distress function marine radiotelephone One, High Gain™ Model: High Seas 55 Pollution Control Placards: Oil Discharge Prohibited Placard (CFR 155.450): Mounted on port fuel tank in the Engine Room Garbage Discharge Placard (CFR 151.59): Mounted on galley bulkhead Required Lights and Signaling Apparatus: Red and green 10 pt. side lights properly screened; white 12 pt. stern light; one white 32 pt. anchor light. Single trumpet pneumatic horn mounted on the mast. Lights and horn were not tested for proper operation. Life Saving Gear: A Beaufort canister type USCG approved life raft with strobe was sighted on the pilot house cabin top sitting on float off brackets. The raft certification expired July of 1995. Portable Fire Fighting Apparatus: Multiple A-B-C and B-C units sighted through out the vessel ********SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL LISTING SHOULD VESSEL SELL LOCALLY BEFORE AUCTION END. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED.*********
Cruiser, Yacht, Monk, WW2, Cedar, live-aboard, project, coast guard patrol boat1944 coast guard cruiser one of 55 (designed by Monk?) built to patrol Puget Sound primarily for submarines and one of a handful in existence today. At about 50' length overall and 16' beam, it is big enough to live on comfortably but small enough to cruise and get good moorage. Its Port Orford Cedar planked hull on white oak frames is solid and does not leak. In the 70's or so Seawolf was refitted as a charter yacht, cruising from Puget Sound to Alaska, but all of the original military equipment and lines remain for a great "steam-punk" look. Starting at the bow, there is a chain locker, then a porcelain head with porcelain sink and original door, accessible through the captain's berth, which will sleep two (that like each-other) comfortably, in addition to, two hang-up closets, 6 large drawers, many shelves for storage, a curved beam ceiling, ceiling hatch and 4 portals windows. Up 3 steps to the helm, which has a fold down map/charts desk, a sliding outside door on each side, large windshield and side-glass. Floor access hatches to engines and a scuttle to the fly-bridge and a curved beam ceiling. Down 3 steps to a large galley featuring the original diesel cook-stove, military issue GE fridge, double booth and large dining table, 4 portal windows and two fold out windows, curved beam ceiling, walk in pantry with porcelain sink, stainless steel countertop and double bowl sink, drawers, cabinets and under sink storage. Just off the galley is the aft berth, with a folding bunk arrangement, converting easily to either a couch or two bunk-beds, spacious, cool closets and cabinet storage, a portal and opening window, a separate head, equipped with sink, cabinet space and roomy shower, complete with the continued curved beam ceilings. Just off the aft berth, up a couple steps and out the wood panel door, with original brass hardware, to a semi-enclosed observation deck, (aft) open on 3 sides with a full roof and enclosed half wall below and beam ceiling. The fly bridge is also semi-enclosed with full windshield, side windows and open in the back with a large open upper observation deck. There is also a nice for deck with exposed frames and cool woodwork plus 4 large built in deck boxes. The boat has had a lot of TLC paintwork done on the exterior but is not finished. The twin engines are Chrysler Hemi's but they along with the rest of the machinery have been wet during a partial swamping and neglected, so plan on it needing the works to cruise again.This is a big project but it is also very sound, extremely unique and well worth effort. It would not take much to make a fun live-aboard or a get-away cabin (floating or on the hard).