Tollycraft is one of those boats with the historical strength and quality in build that has earned a timeless, almost a cult-like following among its owners. The Sport Sedan 40 is one of the late model crossover designs where Tollycraft took all of their experience building beautiful well-appointed cruising boats for the Pacific Northwest and blended many of the features most desired by the sport fisherman. Sanstoy Too is a beautiful, well-equipped example of this design whose owner has kept her in meticulous shape. She is perfect for the captain who wants a solid Pacific Northwest cruising vessel with stunning accommodations for guest that can also do a little sport fishing off the aft deck.
Stepping inside you enter a warm and inviting space that makes you immediately feel at home. The stunning teak and white interior gives you the feeling of nautical inspired luxury while offering a great panoramic view or the beautiful Alaskan scenery. Her main salon is set up as a great place to either relax or share fishing stories with friends. A large comfortable settee that can convert to an extra bed when needed sits just starboard and a versatile raised breakfast bar sits to port and forward. Round out this area is a classic liquor cabinet and plenty of teak trimmed storage to port. For entertainment you have an iPod compatible stereo that includes deck speakers and a Polaroid TV. When the weather turns cold she is kept warm, dry and toasty with the luxury of forced air hydronic heating system. As the summer season warms up, and you find yourself anchored a little too close to shore, escaping inside away from the marauding mosquito swarms is a pleasure with her on board Air Conditioning. For the ship's chef, she offers a fully equipped step down galley outfitted with a Princess stove, a large over/under Norcold refrigerator, a Microwave oven and large double sink all surrounded by more than enough storage. Sleeping accommodations for guest or live aboard kids is provided by an over under berth located in a port cabin with a closet for all their treasures. For the skipper there is the true luxury of a walk around forward centerline large bed surrounded by teak trimmed closets and drawers. The head offers the upscale convenience of a Vacu-Flush head with a large 30 gallon holding tank and y-valve. A civilized separate shower room with built in seat offers can provide those long hot showers because it is supported by 140 gallons of fresh water and a HRO water maker. The kind of luxury and conveniences found in Sanstoy Too can evidenced by the simple touches like her built in vacuum system.
Stepping outside on her aft deck is a bit of a surprise for a boat so focused on the luxury and comforts of her owner. Here you find a large deck that not only makes a great outdoor gathering spot but is open for reeling in some of the daily catch provided by her twin Scotty down riggers A few steps up on the flybridge you will find a well laid out helm located in what can only be described as a viewing penthouse based on how it laid out. The helm overlooks a step down inviting couch for your guest and there is a second helm seat so when cruising everyone can enjoy the views together and the skipper is always in the conversation. The best part is that no matter the crowd the skipper always has a commanding view of all that is going on. When you find that perfect little cove you will be able to sleep securely knowing that she is held tight by a ground tackle package that includes a 40lb Delta anchor attached to a massive 500 of chain all easily controlled by an electric Maxwell winch. Getting to shore is as civilized as the rest of her accommodations with a 12 chart plotter equipped Polaris dingy with 30 hp 4 stroke Honda all stored out of the way and launched off the swim platform with the convenience of her electric davit system.
Her power plant is the classic 400hp twin Detroit 6V 53TI that let her cruise comfortably at 16 knots. She carries an impressive 400 gallons of fuel giving her a range of 300 nautical miles. Entering her mechanical room with the layout of her support systems will give you confidence in her quality.
You will have all the AC power you need with 50amp shore power and her large Kohler 8kw generator. She offers and impressive DC power system that includes not only 4 start batteries but an additional 4 house batteries. These can be quickly toped up with her Pro Mariner 60 amp. charger. Her electronic package includes a Garmin chart plotter, Raytheon Radar and Furuno depth sounder. For communications an Icom VHF. A Robertson autopilot will reduce the fatique of the skipper on those long passages.