She is heavily built and should provide the new owner with a comfortable cruiser of liveaboard.
Low hour (1300) John Deere Diesel
Webasto Diesel Heat
Washer and Dryer
VESSEL BUILDER: Thames Boatworks
VESSEL DESIGNER: Ed Monk
VESSEL INTERIOR DESIGNER: Ed Monk
YEAR BUILT: 1971
VESSEL MATERIAL: Wood
LENGTH OVERALL (LOA): 55'
REGISTERED LENGTH: 52'
LENGTH WATERLINE (LWL): 47.5'
REGISTERED BEAM: 15'
HEADROOM: Main cabin and accommodations: 6'4".
Engine space: 4'10"
GROSS TONNAGE: 28 GRT
NET TONNAGE: 22 NRT
ESTIMATED MARKET VALUE: $130,000-$185,000 (May 2021 Survey)
Classic wood blue water trawler, built in the pacific northwest. The vessel is single screw, #2 diesel. 120 volt electric is supplied by a Yanmar genset or shore power. The foredeck is raised and accommodates the anchoring gear. Teak steps fastened to the fore deck break lead up from the side decks. The stern is square. The main cabin is centered on the hull and is a walk around. The side decks are covered by the boat deck. Some shelter to the cabin sides and decks is provided by gullwing supports. There are two cuddy cabins, one forward and the other aft. Each cabin is entered either through skylight hatches or through spiral staircases in the main cabin. The hull is wood. Construction is wood plankes over steam bent (or sawn) oak frames, semi-discplacement, square stern, with a slightly raked stem. L.O.A measured 55' from the anchor chock to the aft swim step edge. Beam is 15'. There is a full galley and two helms. The vessel is well appointed in teak.