Here's a classic NORTH SEA style pilothouse LRC - ala the working boats by Malahide of Ireland and Romsdal of Norway! PISCES is a William Garden design built at Seattle's venerable Vic Franck shipyard on Lake Union and she's a serious LRC with all of the range and seakeeping abilities desired by those who venture. Twin Cummins diesel mains, twin screw and serious tankage for long range cruising, plus too much more to list!
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PISCES was built in 1958 by the venerable Vic Franck shipyards on Lake Union. She was designed by famed naval architect William Garden after the north sea trawlers such as Malahide and Romsdal but with a more refined look and functionality than her sisters.
PISCES was bought in the seventies to be used as a summer charter yacht in Alaska. She served faithfully for over 30 years taking groups of 6 out with the owner and his family. She has sat idle for many years and the lack of use has taken her toll. She needs cosmetics and interior and system updates.
PISCES is built of Alaskan cedar and powered by a pair of original Cummins each powering their own 5 bladed props. She has twin gen sets and over 2000 gal of fuel. She has four staterooms three heads and can accommodate 10 comfortably. The PISCES is a true displacement trawler that turns heads everywhere!
Well appointed GALLEY offers refrigerator with freezer; galley stove with oven; microwave; stainless steel galley sink; hot/cold pressure freshwater system with hot water heater; and ample cabinet plus drawer storage throughout. ALSO NOTE: dedicated ship's laundry area.
DC and AC systems with panel(s) and fuse / circuit breaker protection; generator; house and starting batteries with charging system; alternator(s); dockside electrical inlet(s) with hook-up cable(s).
DECKS are painted with non-skid; walk-around side decks with bulwark protection; Portuguese bridge; davits; outboard engine brackets; gangway; electric anchor windlass at the foredeck; international navigation lights; fenders & lines.
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.