The renowned William Crealock (who designed most of the popular Offshore line, and many other power and sail cruisers) penned this charming Europa-style trawler, and she shows nicely inside and out. Note that most Taiwanese trawlers from the period are trunk cabin, this Europa style (with walk-around side decks, a HUGE flybridge and the master stateroom opening onto the cockpit) is quite rare...
Price just significantly reduced, owner motivated and offers encouraged. Vessel shown by appointment, please.
Forward cabin with V berth, hanging locker and overhead hatch, step aft to galley down port side with head and shower across to starboard.
Up three steps aft to salon with sliding doors to deck port and starboard, lower helm starboard, L shaped settee with dinette port.
Continue aft to master stateroom with full size berth, private head and straight access to aft deck far aft.
Note interior is in great shape including teak & holly sole, light and airy with 6'5 MINIMUM head room!
Twin stainless steel sinks with hot/cold pressure water (10 gallon hot water heater new in 2016, 110 and engine fired) and one-touch faucet, Norcold under counter AC/DC refrigerator/freezer with small Emerson refrigerator on flybridge, Princess three burner propane stove with oven, Sharp built in microwave oven.
Vacuflush toilet aft, Jabsco manual pump toilet forward, note these two systems are totally independent.
110V AC / 12V DC. Thirty amp shorepower service, 8kW genset (2,047 hours) in sound shield, four batteries in tweo banks, battery charger, alternator.
Lowrance Elte-7HDI color chartplotter, Furuno GP 32 b&w chartplotter, Raytheon RL80C radar, Robertson AP1000 autopilot, Standard Horizon VHF radio. Sony AM/FM/CD stereo with two speakers, Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo with two speakers, Chelsea ship's clok, Chelsea barometer.
Heavily hand laid up FRP hull with long keel, walk-around side decks with substantial bulwarks and step-thru transom. Danforth anchor on bow pulpit with Sampson post, ample chain/line rode, eight mooring cleats.