The English-built Fisher motorsailers are well known as rugged, sea kindly world cruisers (over 250 of the 30s alone were built); though designed and built in Southampton, England for use in the North Sea, you see quite a few of them used as daysailers here on the Bay!
This particular example, owned since new by the same local family, has been extensively rennovated--note new Volvo 40 hp diesel (2017) with less than 25 hours (it's also more powerful than the original engine), addition of a Side-Power bow thruster, updated electronics including Simrad color chartplotter with broadband radar overlay, new chainplates, masts repainted, new rigging, new Harken rollerfurler and new Hood tanbark sails (jib, main and mizzen all replaced in 2014 and show as new--owner reports they've been used MAYBE three times), bottom barrier coated and hull and topsides Awlgripped (2014), new water and holding tanks, etc, etc, etc--and represents a real value for the right buyer, call for details.
Note the work done at KKMI in Richmond (one of the Bay area's best yards) alone totalled over $160,000 and THEY didn't put in the engine (Helmut's did that, and they're also highly regarded)...
Vessel shown by appointment, please.
V berth forward with forepeak chain locker access. Next aft is head with a sink and shower (not currently used) to port with a double hanging locker opposite to starboard.
Continuing aft, C-shaped settee with table (converts for sleeping) to port. The galley is to starboard and has a stove with oven, sink, ice-box and cabinet and drawer storage. Starboard of the companionway is a pilot berth and a folding navigation table. Aft and 4 steps up is the pilot house. The control console is to port and there is a folding bench seat for the captain. Opposite to starboard is another bench seat to accommodate the 1st mate or for casual observation.
Heavily laid up FRP built to Lloyds of London specifications.
Simrad NSE12 color chartplotter with broadband radar overlay, VHF radio.