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Allied/Pacific Coast Yachts Group
Comfortable family cruiser for PNW cruising. Spacious 3 cabin/2 head arrangement with lots of room to spread out. Wide side deck walk-arounds, perimeter railings and canvas enclosed command bridge allows easy and safe movement about the boat.
Heavily built and economical to operate, this boat would make an affordable cruiser or liveaboard.
Comfortable cruising accommodation for a family in a 3 stateroom and 2 head arrangement. Forward is a V-berth stateroom and a port side over and under bunk stateroom with head opposite. Up a few steps to the main salon which has the lower helm and galley to starboard and L-shaped dinette to port.
Down a few steps to the aft cabin which features a double berth to starboard with and an enclosed head with toilet, bath tub, shower and vanity. There are hanging lockers and storage cabinetry to port and companionway steps to the aft deck along the aft bulkhead.
On deck there are full walkaround decks with teak capped perimeter guard rails and steps to access the aft cabin hardtop and canvas enclosed command bridge.
Heavily built with lots of teak cabinet work and trim. Economical trawler performance. An economical PNW cruiser or liveaboard.
Wedgewood 4 burner propane stove with oven.
Full size Norcold refrigerator.
Dual stainless steel sinks with pressurized hot/cold water system.
Counter tops with teak trim, drawers and cabinets for cutlery, dish and pantry storage.
RCA microwave oven.
L-shaped lounge with table.
Teak parquet floors.
Teak cabinets and trim.
Lower helm to starboard including full engine controls and instruments, electrical panels and switching and lower helm of dual station hydraulic steering system.
Side doors for easy access to side deck walk-arounds for docking.
12 volt DC ships service electrical system with master switches, master breakers and distribution panel with branch breaker switches.
30 amp X 120 volt AC electrical system with 30 amp shore cord, inlet fitting, master breaker and distribution panel with branch breaker switches.
Northern Lights 5.0kw generator. (Model M643-SN producing 5kw@1800 rpm) Reported installed in 1990.
Fuel: 400 gallons in two welded steel tanks.
Water: 300 gallons stainless steel tanks.
Hot water: 8 gallons in hot water tank plus externally mounted Eccotemp propane fired Instant hot water system with dedicated 1 lb propane tank (can supply ship's hot water system).
Waste: 25 gallons in plastic tank. Heads pump directly into holding tank which can be pumped out via deck fittings at a shore pump-out station or pumped overboard via macerator where appropriate.
Propane: 2 X 20 lb tanks in locker with required gauge, regulator and solenoid assembly and dedicated and uninterrupted fuel delivery hose to each appliance.
44 lb Bruce anchor with 3/8" all chain rode.
McMurray anchor windlass.
Spare 40 lb Danforth type anchor.
Perimeter stainless steel rail system with teak caps.
Teak swim grid.
Canvas enclosure on command bridge.
Weather covers for cabin windows.
Bimini and full enclosure on command bridge - needs new plastic windows.
Partial winter cover.
Signal mast and boom.
Bench seating on command bridge. Teak decks.
Mooring lines and fenders.
Safety gear including flares, radar reflector, 3 X fire extinguishers, lifering, throwing line, 6 X lifejackets, etc.
Last antifouled September 2020. Surveyed for insurance on that lift.
Bottom cleaned and anodes checked by diver September 2021.
9' Livingston dinghy on weaver snap davits at transom. 8 hp Yamaha 2 stroke outboard. Electric winch for raising dinghy onto davit system.
Engine hour meters replaced in 2000 with reading of 1500 hours current reading 3482 hours. Total engine hours 4982.
Espar forced air furnace (not working) with spare Espar available for parts.
1) Engine hour meter replaced in 2000 with 1500 hours on old meter. Currently meter reads 3400 hours.
2) Fuel injectors - added automatic oilers.
3) Extended exhaust risers.
4) Inverted oil filters to avoid spillage while changing oil and filters.
5) Re-plumbed cooling system for easier V-belt change.
6) Starboard transmission rebuilt.
7) Generator rebuilt just prior to purchase in 2000.
8) New 8D batteries (engine start) installed in July 2019.
9) Espar furnace not working. Spare Espar available for parts.
10) Propane water heater installed on command bridge and plumbed into ship's domestic water system. It can supply hot water on demand when moored. It requires a valve to the hot water tank be closed while the propane water heater is in use.
11) Bottom antifouled approximately every 2 years and bottom cleaned and anodes checked by diver on the intervening year.
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.
Pacific Coast Yacht Sales does not guarantee nor warranty the presence of or the validity of safety equipment on the boats that we sell.