All year round sailing with inside steering, in boom furling, bow thruster, she is a very clean pilothouse with low hours on her Yanmar diesel 610 hours.
From her self draining chain locker forward is a vee with filler, storage beneath and book shelves on each side. Aft and to starboard is a hanging locker and settee (which turns in to a bunk double) and to port is a generous head fitted with more joinery. Just aft is the galley and a few steps up to starboard is the inside helm with helm seat and the main salon with seating and dining, which turns in to a double. Her interior is very tasteful and inviting with a bright and airy open feel. Aft of the salon is a large and cockpit featuring bow thruster and powered cabin top winch, followed by access to the swimstep through a center gate in the double lifelines.
An Adler Barbour unit provides both freezing and cold storage. The galley is further complimented by a microwave, 3 burner range with oven, double stainless sink, pressure hot and cold water. A Prowatt inverter supplies 110v power for the Microwave.
She has a newer bow thruster, mast, rigging (including in boom roller furling main and genoa), her 2005 Yanmar 54 horse engine has only about 610 hours. Her bright work is a nice detail but not too much to upkeep, along with her nonskid decks.
She has aluminum window frames in her salon, extruded aluminum rain gutters and is as maintenance free as a yacht can get. Her interior is rich and warm. She has superb joinery and under her oriental rugs lie beautiful teak and holly soles throughout.
She is a breeze to handle and dock as she is fitted with a bow thruster, and Lewmar self tailing primary and secondary winches, complimented by a power winch for her main halyard which can also be used to hoist crew members aloft!
She is spotless inside and while she has one main stateroom with a vee and filler forward, she also can sleep up to 6 guests in convertible seating throughout her warm interior. While there are many features added as equipment, one of her finest features is her design. You can actually sit and look out her windows without standing up. Her main dining area is raised high inside and her generous safety glass windows allow comfortable viewing of your surrounding anchorage or city skyline. When under power, her low hour Yanmar diesel propels you through the water at her hull speed, burning less than 1 gallon of fuel per hour. Her tankage of 120 gallons fuel and 120 gallons of water allow for extended cruising and more than ample range. You have great vision from the outside helm, and if it is raining, the inside helm is raised and you view your world through a large windscreen with wipers. There are both inside and outside kill switches. Nothing is needed to leave today on this yacht. She is a lovely offering and should not be missed for those who are seeking the best on the market at a tremendous value. Clean and no smells, you will be happy sailing this stout Northwest Cruiser.
Dual Racor Fuel Filters with Vacume Gauges in the engine room and the inside helm
Dripless shaft Stuffing box
Fire supression beyond requirements
4, 6 Volt golf cart batteries
Last Drydock 9/24/2015 Petit 1096 paint and zincs
2 anchors a danforth and Bruce plow 250' chain plus nylon rode
cabin heat is Wallas Nautic 36D
Wide main traveler
2442 Westlake Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109