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1985 Maple Bay Trawler

A$  62,487*
Cowichan Bay, BC
Interested in this boat? Tel: (250) 755-5887
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Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Cowichan Bay, BC
Hull Material:
Current Price:
Can$  59,000 (A$  62,487) 
Sale Pending

Rare to the market is this stunning John Lovett designed, Maple Bay 27. With classic lines of the 1930/40's vessels but with modern materials and improved underwater characteristics.

"SNOW GOOSE" combines the efficiency of the classic designs with the sea-kindliness of commercial fishing hulls which has resulted in a clean and simple cruiser that will handle with considerable comfort and safety. This is a full-displacement hull with an economical seven knot cruise.

Built In Canada (Cobble Hill, BC), Made For The Pacific Northwest!
> Efficient Yanmar Diesel Power Engine
> 2 Control Stations!
> 12V Scott Downrigger Plug In Cockpit

> Webasto & Dickinson Diesel Heating Systems
> 9' Aquapro RIB w/ Honda 2Hp. Outboard
Professionally Maintained With Service Records
> New Zincs & Hull Inspected By A Diver April 2020

> Great Storage, Accommodations And Large Safe Side Decks For A 27' Footer!

Call our office today for a tour & BRING YOUR OFFER!

Showings during Covid 19 - Charles David Yachts is using best practices and procedures for social distancing when showing vessels.   

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(At the Marinaside Resort)
Nanaimo, BC V9S 4C9

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