Sea Rose is a 25’ TomCat, a catamaran power boat, built by C-Dory. This twin-hulled vessel thanks to its roomy full-beam design, has the feel and stability of a much larger boat. The cabin and aft deck provide a comfortable and airy feel, that can accommo-date just about any pastime you desire. With a dedicated road trailer, this wonderful floating RV has no boundaries. It’s a perfect time to explore British Columbia’s coast-lines.
C-Dory boats are a common sight in the Pacific North West for over 30-years. These capable, salty vessels are fully adaptable from dedicated fishing machines to explora-tion vessels. Built by Northwest Marine in Washington State, C-Dory are part of a larg-er family of boats including Sea Sport, Osprey and Skagit Orca. With proven marques like these, you know you are in good company.
So Why Should You Buy This Boat?
Let’s Start with the Obvious: Twin Hulls – If you want a softer ride no matter what the conditions are, including a more stable less rocking platform while at anchor or trolling, you want this TomCat. If you are looking for more liveable space to support fishing or scuba gear, you want this TomCat. If you want to save fuel, with less rolling in the turns, with efficient planning speeds, you want this TomCat.
2014 2x Honda 150 HP – It’s nice to know that with such dependable power, and with just over 100 hours, these engines are barely broken in. 2019 Mechanical Inspection and preventive maintenance…all good. These powerplants are ready to go!
45 sq ft Aft Deck – Thanks to a stable beam, Sea Rose can provide a memorable al fresco experience, with less rocking at anchor. The size alone of the aft deck (just over 5’x8’) is comparable to boats over 30’. A great place to relax, stretch out, or do your morning yoga routine. Let’s not forget a teak table and a couple of chairs.
Full Enclosure - With a dedicated bimini and camper back enclosure, you now have a comfortable all-weather living space for extended enjoyment of nature. Evening ambi-ance can be added via cockpit lights or hang some LED lanterns from the bimini frame. This is how you gunkhole in style.
Wallas Heat – This is not standard, and a unique upgrade to a traditional propane stove. Besides working as a cooking top, the Wallas can also provide warmth that stays in the cabin during extended cruises, keeping rain and fog at bay. With up to 4,700 Btu’s at your disposal, this is all you need.
Hardtop –Sea Rose comes as a hardtop, providing a level of safety dockside while keeping the noise down while underway. Plus, it’s a great way to stow a kayak, inflatable tender or crab trap.
Well Thought out Cabin – The cabin is sensibly laid out, with a working galley and co-zy atmosphere, with a separate head and shower. Another benefit of the catamaran design is a full-size queen bed as the forward berth, that can also accommodate a kid or the family dog if desired. No more confined sleeping quarters in small v-berths or narrow bunks. Sea Rose can literally make your legs stretch out…finally.
C-Brats – With a proud owner’s group and annual rendezvous, you can become a part of a much larger and active family, while touring the Pacific North West. No matter how you look at it, fun and relaxation can be had in a C-Dory.
Marine Surveyor’s Thoughts – (April 2019), “…very well maintained with quality elec-tronics and low engine hours…shows as near pristine and to be above average condi-tion…”.
For those who may be interested in keeping Sea Rose in Campbell River, you can take over the boathouse moorage at the Freshwater Marina.
Want to know more? Open and read “Full Details” and be ready to plan your next land-fall. Then call us to arrange your own private showing. You will clearly be glad that you did. The Pacific North-West is calling, and so is your nearest cove.
Draught: 12” (with engines up), 3’3” (with engines down)
Displacement: 6,800 lbs with engines
Number of Heads: 1 (manual operation)
Height on Trailer Without Arch: 11’8”
Cabin Headroom: 6’5”
2 x 75 Gal aluminum (gas)
1 x 30 Gal plastic (water)
1 x 5 Gal plastic (holding)
Engine #1 and #2
Model: BF150 (150 HP)
Hours: 133 hrs
Cruising Speed: 22 knots @ 4200 RPM
Maximum Speed: 35 knots
Electronics and Navigation
VHF - ICOM M506 with DSC and AIS
Plotter – Simrad NSS16 evo2
GPS – Simrad NSS16 evo2
Depthsounder – Simrad NSS16 evo2
Radar – Simrad NSS16 evo2
2 x 100 Ah, Group 31 AGM batteries (starter)
2 x 100 Ah, Group 31 AGM batteries (house)
2x Blue Seas 12V bilge pump
Blue Seas 25 Amp AC charger
Balmar SG200 battery monitor
30 Amp 50’ shore power cordset
Wallas 800 DS stove and cabin heater with thermostat
Hot water heater via 110V or engine coolant heating coils
12V demand water pump
Norcold AC/DC refrigerator
Swimming ladder, cockpit cushions
Covers – Bimini top with Campberback enclosure
(2009) TEZCD26 8500 EZ-Loader trailer, tandem axle
1x 20 lb Claw anchor
30’ ¼” galvanized chain + 150’ nylon rode
Lewmar 12V windlass with chain gypsy