Looking for a well-cared-for flybridge trawler? Then, Waterline Boats has just the vessel for you.
This lightly used, well-cared-for flybridge trawler from Mariner Yachts International can accommodate six people with three double berths, one cabin, and one head with a separate shower. Built in 2008, the yacht includes holly, golden teak, and teak veneer wood in the floors, paneling, and cabinetry throughout. Key features of the Mariner Seville are the covered side decks, which provide easy movement around the exterior, as well as added visibility for docking or anchoring.
Entry can be made from the two side doors of the covered cockpit or the transom door from the swim step astern. Heading through the sliding door to the salon, the first noticeable elements are the large side windows which flood the interior with natural light and can be opened for extra ventilation. An L-shaped settee and teak fold-out dining table is located to port. The pullman-type settee also converts into a double bed.
A curved staircase leads you from the cockpit to the open-air flybridge, with a full suite of navigation equipment, plus a custom-made convertible double helm bench. L-shaped seating is located aft, along with an inflatable aluminum Southern Pacific RIB with a Honda 4hp outboard, secured with a manual davit on the top deck. When the dinghy is not in use, it is covered in flexible solar panels to help power some of the yacht’s equipment.
Navigation equipment at both helm stations feature bow-thruster controls, an ICOM IC-M504 VHF transceiver, a Raymarine E120 radar, a Garmin GMI 10 depth sounder, two Ritchie compasses (3” at the lower helm, 2” in flybridge), Raymarine E120 and E80 GPS, and Raymarine ST6002 autopilot. For entertainment, the yacht also includes AM-FM radio, a Sony CDX-GT10M TV, a Viore flat-screen monitor, and a DVD player.
The galley to port has plenty of counter space, a three-burner propane stove, an oven, and a forward-facing stainless steel sink. On top of the counter aft of the helm station is a microwave with a refrigerator underneath.
The single forward cabin, located four steps belowdecks, includes a queen-size berth and a hatch that opens to the deck above. The head and shower are separated into port and starboard compartments. Heat is provided via Espar hydronic forced air.
The boat is powered by a 230hp Cummins QSB5.9 diesel engine from 2006, with about 2,500 hours of use. The maximum speed is about 9 knots, with a cruising speed slightly slower at 8.2 knots. The four-blade prop produces lots of torque with no vibration, and the custom-made rudder is larger than the original to improve maneuverability and lateral stability at slower speeds.
Specs & Info
LOA 35’0” · Beam 13’9” · Draft 3’6”
300 gal. / 140 gal. / 30 gal.
Cummins 230hp QSB5.9 Diesel