Refined and Robust: a coastal cruiser with all the creature comforts for long range journeys and weekend exploration
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Custom designed by Simpson Marine Design, built by TD Manufacturing and outfitted by Bracewell Boatworks (all three out of Vancouver, BC), this stoutly equipped pilothouse maintains a degree of luxury not seen in your average aluminum vessel. Her interior appointments provide all the comforts for long range cruising (or living aboard) with every weld being smooth and seamless. Originally commissioned by a prominent BC marine architect for long term cruising and living aboard in the waters of western Canada and Alaska coasts, this pilothouse was designed and built by people in the Pacific Northwest from the Pacific Northwest to take you from its waters to many others.
Equipped with dependable Detroit diesel 6V92TA with 475 hp, she will give you a top speed of 15-16 knots knots when you need it, with a very economical cruise of 7-8 knots burning 1.5 gallons per nautical mile. Her semi-displacement hull with molded-in spray rails above the waterline, along with a full length skeg keel, result in sea kindly performance in all types of waters. Add to this the Wesmar active stabilizers (added in 2009), and you’ll find yourself solid and stable in any sea.
From the wide and protected full walk-around decks and completely covered cockpit, to the expansive lazarette and stand-up engine room, everything on this vessel was designed with a sense of accessibility, safety and ease – there’s no question she was designed by a seasoned cruiser who knows what’s important for successful long range cruising. Her interior appointments are equally notable offering a large salon and galley (both on the same level), detailed pilothouse “command center” and three thoughtful staterooms with two heads (each with separate shower stall) – all kept warm year-round with the hydronic diesel furnace.
With the equipment and abundant spaces throughout, you are sure to be impressed with this hearty, yet luxurious vessel - we can't wait to get you aboard!
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Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
MECHANICAL / ELECTRICAL / SYSTEMS
Twin Detroit 6V92TA 475hp diesel engines propped to achieve 7-8 kts at 1.2 gallon per nautical mile with a top speed of 15-16 kts
2000 watt PureSine inverter/100 amp smart charging system with remote battery monitor panel
Kabola hydronic diesel furnace
Electric baseboard heat
AC/DC systems each protected on separate breaker panels
110VAC 30 amp shorepower
(2) 8D start batteries
(8) L-16 x 6v batteries
Batterylink AC charging relay
Vessel can live at anchor for 24 hours in summer without using the genset
Hot and cold fresh water pressure system, 110VAC and 12VDC pump
Water is heated by 110VAC on shorepower or with the genset running, or by the Kabola hydronic furnace system or by the engines when running
ENGINE ROOM / LAZARETTE / FUEL TANKS
The engine room is a true stand-up engine room - not merely a "compartment" like so many other vessels. There is a separate entrance door (lockable) through the cockpit, granting easy access to the main engines, generators, fuel management and equipment. There are also two access-doors from the engine room aft to a large, stand-up lazarette which offers room for equipment storage and also contains steering gear. Two access-hatches in the cockpit also permit entry into the lazarette, in which two additional aluminum water tanks are mounted, providing a total of 600 gallons. The third fuel tank is located centerline in this space as well and is fitted with a transfer pump to the forward tanks via the fuel manifold; the other two fuel tanks are welded integrated tanks, with one forward the port engine and the other forward the starboard engine - the combined total fuel capacity is 950 gallons.
Stand up head room in both engine room and lazarette!
Access to both spaces from the cockpit
(2) Halon fire bottles
Wesmar hydraulic stabilizers
Engine room vacuum, water and air hoses
Fuel transfer pump and tank
Dual racor fuel filters with gauges and transfer valve
Emergency fire / bilge pump
Sight gauges for water and fuel tanks
Air shutdown / halon engine room
Kabola hydronic hot water heating with zone controls
Main engine and domestic hot water tank through an exchanger
Fire pump "in Lazarette"
Furuno Navnet plotter / depth sounder / radar / wind/water temperature
Furuno RP 30 repeater x 2 (upper and lower stations)
Furuno GP31 GPS
Comnav 2001 autopilot (upper and lower stations)
Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF with DSC and loudhailer (lower station)
Standard Horizon Intrepid (upper station)
ACR RDL 300 spotlight (remote control upper and lower stations)
Tachs / synchronizers (upper and lower stations)
(2) 15" high brightness monitors
Toshiba satellite PC with nobeltec software
Alarm system for engine and bilges
Red / white map lights
Compass x 2
Cell phone booster
Wi-Fi antenna and router
HULL AND DECK
The structure of this vessel is both solid and expansive with not a weld in sight - each and every one is fared-out and as smooth as can be (this is quality workmanship). All of the deck spaces and compartments are thoughtful in terms of ease-of-access and space, allowing even the saltiest of dogs room and access to work on anything aboard. The custom addition of the overhang above the cockpit, allowing for a generous upper boat-deck level with the flybridge, was expertly added by Philbrook's Boatyard in 2006-7.
Designed by John Simpson, Vancouver BC
Hull and structure built by TD Mfg. Ltd, Vancouver BC
Outfitting and finishing by Bracewell Boatworks, Vancouver BC
Made of aluminum 3/8 plate, with all welds fared out
Fully extended boat-deck (level with flybridge) completely covers the cockpit (done by Philbrook's Boatyard)
14' Rendova center console tender with 50hp Honda outboard, lights, GPS, VHF, bilge pump and integrated 25 gal fuel tank (stored on upper boat-deck)
1500# davit crane located on upper boat-deck
Swim step is integrated with hatches for wet storage with bait pump
Lazarette access is through two cockpit hatches
Cockpit wing doors
Slide-down ladders for access from lower walkaround decks to flybridge and boat-deck
Full canvas covers
Electric winch with 65# Bruce anchor and 325' 3/8" high-test chain
Forward bow chain locker, with tow large access-hatches, offers room for chain/rode and additional fenders
Bug screens for all windows, doors and hatches
Cockpit table and four reclining chairs with cushions
Cockpit sink and storage locker
Large fender storage under foredeck
Upper deck courtesy / work lights, side deck and swim grid work light
Salt water wash down pump, fwd and aft stations
Bottom paint and new anodes (July 2019)
The Pilothouse is just up three steps from the salon and galley area and offers port and starboard access doors to the large side-decks. Stairs leading to another door offer direct and easy access to the flybridge and upper deck area. An additional set of stairs (forward to port) lead to the below-deck accommodations. From the helm seat, the visibility of this "command center" is supreme, providing views from about every angle. She is appointed with a comfortable settee, that also serves as a day bunk, with an adjustable table. Alongside the large chart table with drawers, are cabinets and stowage space that boast enough storage for every chart, manual and map even the most seasoned of mariners could possible have. Finally, she offers a great bar refrigerator so the Captain can focus on navigation, not a thirsty or rumbling stomach.
Large dash area with navigation electronics and complete set of engine gauges
Controls for Wesmar stabilizer
Control for hydraulic bow thruster (currently inoperable)
Helm and pilot seat
Port and starboard doors providing access to side decks
Stairs and door providing easy access to flybridge and upper boat deck
Settee / day bunk and adjustable table
Chart area and chart drawers
Bar refrigerator / freezer
Defrost fans / heater
Intermittent wipers / washers
All lights are LED with dimmers
(2) ceiling speakers
Stairs to below-deck accommodations
Primary access to the voluminous flybridge is via the convenient stairs from the interior pilothouse (there are also pull-down ladders that connect from the lower starboard walk-around deck) with the navigation and entertaining capabilities from this space being equally strong. The view from the flybridge helm is fantastic, making this a great place to operate the vessel; she's got ample electronics to get you where you need with proper gauges and thruster control (currently inoperable) to boot. Two large settees (port and starboard) afford seating for an additional 10-12 people with abundant storage underneath. The adjustable tables for each settee make this space a true entertaining gem and you and your guests can feast and drink until your hearts content. Comfort and style is also a consideration as the seat cushions memory foam and covered with the durable Sunbrella fabric. Access to the upper-deck is just aft of the settees where you'll find your BBQ station and the davit and Rendova tender.
Helm station with electronics
Two (2) large L-shaped settees, each with underneath-stowage and adjustable table - together, they offer seating for 10-12 people
Sunbrella bimini with heavy 1.25" stainless steel frame
Upper boat-deck, which covers the cockpit, which houses the 1200lb Nick Jackson davit crane and the 14' Rendova center console tender with 50hp outboard motor (all with canvas cover)
BBQ station (upper boat-deck)
Canvas covers for settee and tables
(2) teak chairs
Propane locker (room for four (4) 25# bottles)
ladder (pull-down from lower starboard deck) access to lower level
The expansive salon is easily accessed through a door direct from the cockpit - so you've got a nice, level entry. It is extremely light and bright as the result of the extra large windows that provide incredible visibility to the water (even when seated) and the open layout (with galley on the same level) make this space perfect for long range cruising or living aboard. Both the large settee and barrel chairs are free-standing, so you are welcome to change your layout or completely re-furnish to your liking easily, without having to worry about any unfinished surfaces. She also offers enough room for a complete dining table, so no converting and squeezing around that coffee table for eating. She also has a 42" Sharp TV on a power lift, so for those of you that love TV, you've got a great screen, and for those of you that don't, she's easily hidden away so that your views are unobstructed. This salon truly has all the comforts of home.
Large settee with coffee table
Two barrel chairs
Dining table with 4 chairs
Audio visual cabinet with a 42" Sharp TV on a power lift
All lights in the salon and pilothouse are LED with dimmers
Seatel Satellite TV
Yamaha stereo, sub-woofer c/w with 5 ceiling speakers (2 ceiling speakers in the pilothouse)
Panasonic Blu-ray DVD
Bell HDTV satellite TV with PVR
White oak joinery
Newer venetian blinds and drapes
Vacuflow vacuum system
Newer carpet with heavy sound deadening underlay
Large enough for two people (with plenty of room),the U-shaped galley is on the same level as the salon with a dining table and 4 chairs opposite. The savviest of chefs would be right at home with the large apartment-size refrigerator/freezer, propane stove & oven and all the stowage and counter space one could desire. The view from the galley offers prime visibility through the massive salon windows and the layout allows the chef to interact with guests seated in the salon, giving it that "great room" feel.
Apartment-size Norcold refrigerator / freezer
4-burner propane stovetop and overhead oven (no bending down!)
Stainless steel dual sinks with single lever faucet
Frigidaire dishwasher (recently added)
Great stowage and counter space
Down the stairs from the pilothouse live the three separate and spacious staterooms that provide comfort and stowage in abundance.
True Queen, walkaround, berth
Side night stands with built in lamps
Desk/vanity with mirror
Large hanging capacity
Great drawer and cabinet storage
Ensuite head with vanity, stowage, separate shower stall and electric Vacuflush head
VIP GUEST STATEROOM:
Queen walkaround berth
Two (2) expansive hanging lockers
Stowage drawer and cabinets
Access to large chain locker
Floor access-hatch to mechanical space under stateroom offering sit-down head room, wine storage, access to bow thruster (currently inoperable), forward bilge pump and gray water tank/pump
THIRD STATEROOM / OFFICE / UTILITY ROOM:
Located starboard side, between master and guest staterooms
Used as a Stateroom: she offers a twin bunk and a vanity area with massive stowage drawers
Used as an Office: she offers a sizable desk with storage drawers large enough for multiple file and paperwork stowage
Used as a Utility room: the washer/dryer is stored in this area, and the desk can serve as a surface stowage area, tools, sewing machine, etc. The drawers can hold even more tools, equipment, fabric, linens - whatever you need to make a long voyage just as comfortable as home
Located port side, across the companionway from the third stateroom and just before the forward, guest VIP stateroom
Vanity with sink and mirror
Separate shower stall
Electric Vacuflush head
*NOTE: all plumbing hoses have been replaced with hard plastic tubes which eliminate odors (this vessel has NO SMELLS) and clogs
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.