Sedan style custom trawler from well respected Delta Marine. The fuel-efficient Single Perkins 135hp diesel engine uses only 2.2gph. A full keel and high/wide bow provides safety and makes this a versatile cruiser capable of taking on weather.
STERN THRUSTER - UPGRADED ISINGLASS BRIDGE - HARD TOP - AIR CON - GENERATOR - INVERTER - BOSTON WHALER w 40hp OUTBOARD - SURVEY AVAILABLE
Builder: Delta Boats of Port Canaveral Fl
Beam: 13ft 6in
Type of hull: Dead-rise
Single Perkins Marine Diesel
Model: 63544 6 Cylinder inline
Filter: Racor 500FG Pri & Secondary 500FG
HRS: 1100 on meter
Generator: Westerbeke Diesel 8.5kW
Inverter: Exide Nautilus 2000 watt
Batteries: 1 4D Battery for house, Group 24 Gen
Battery Charger: Charles C Charge 5000
Autopilot - Raymarine Autohelm
Radar - Garmin
Chartplotters: Bridge: NEW Garmin GPSmap XS Lower Helm: Garmin4212
Standard Horizon VHF x2
(2) 30amp cord
Air Conditioning: Mermaid Marine Air 16000btu unit (x2)
Newer Isinglass bridge enclosure
BOSTON WHALER w 20hp OUTBOARD
Windlass: Lewmar Vertical Capstan w 5/8 chain
Teak Swim Platform
Hand Crank Boom on bridge
Oversize Fridge/Freezer: Ranco Full sized chest model with the remote evaporator
Hot water heater: 10g
Two Electric Heads with macerators
Large Centre-line Queen bed
Large Second cabin with 2 bunks
Magma BBQ Newer
Bilge Pumps:(5) Aft bilge rule 1100 w/ float, Engine room-Rule 3500 W/ float, Fwd Bilge in the Aft Stateroom(2)Rule 3500.*Aft pump did not pwr up, Fwd Berth-HD 3500 Ac pump.
Lines, Fenders, Safety Equipment
Beautiful thru-hulls were mahogany wood trimmed out with custom fabricated
upholstery. Cabin provided ample space to accommodate a full crew. There are (2) staterooms and (2) heads with a large salon area that has an integrated wet bar adjacent to the helm, a built in entertainment area that has a large flat screen TV set. The forward head also has a full size shower room. There is an Ice maker on the starboard aft stateroom. A washer and dryer appliance is located in the aft stateroom to extend those long cruises.
There is one room that I would describe as a typical “master” foreword stateroom (see photos of bed and built in cabinets) with a standard double bed and closets/cabinets.
There is a second room that I would call a “stateroom”, although in some ways is a multi purpose room, it is considerably bigger than the “master”. We tended to call it the “middle room”, it has a bunk bed (lower is I think wider than a standard single bed (36”) but not as wide as a double (48”) , upper bunk is maybe a touch smaller than standard single (Maybe 30”) - I have never measured the width of either bunk). That room also has the washer, dryer, central vac, a toilet and a sink, an ice maker, and extensive cabinets and closets. I think there are photos of various parts of this room, difficult to show the entire room without a very wide angle lens, which would probably look odd.
The “full” bath (Toilet, sink and full size shower) is located in between the two “staterooms”
Large kitchen with very large custom built (by previous owner) chest style refrigerator and freezer. 3 burner stove with oven, double stainless sink, the lower helm is at the forward end of the kitchen.
“Salon”. Perhaps living room dining room using land terms, also a good sized room, separated from the kitchen by a set of stairs, the kitchen at the upper (and forward) end and the “salon” lower and aft. One of the attractions for us was that other than the stove and sink and cabinets nothing is “built in”. There are movable and comfortable dining chairs and living room recliners, there are tie down straps for all the furniture so traveling in rough water is not a concern, the straps are very easy to connect and it takes only a couple of minutes to “tie down” all the furniture, secure cabinets and closet doors, etc. While it was not a concern for us, it would be easy to put a futon or sofa sleeper in this room if a second bed/sleeping quarters for couples was desired.
Rear Deck, again a plus for us, a large space size (with movable sunbrella “roof”, by movable I mean it is on a “hinge” so the cover can be lifted vertically, we never did it and the previous owner said that he built it that way thinking he would want the overhead clearance for fishing, but he never tilted it up in all his years of ownership. By “large” size rear deck I mean it is like much more like a typical sport fishing boat than the typical cruising boats and trawlers that we looked at extensively before buying this one. There is enough room for several people to stand, Fish, deal with diving gear, etc. There is also a very easy to open large door from the rear deck onto the large swim platform, again a plus for fishing, diving, swimming, etc. There is a built-in “folding” ladder which makes getting back onto the boat when swimming very easy.
Upper “sun deck” it is a large open deck, accessible via a ladder from the rear deck, two large deck boxes, several rod holders, great outdoor living space. Again a plus for us, no built-in furniture, we had comfortable deck chairs that we again simply strapped to the rail and you could move around to get shade or sun as desired. We also used it for a yoga/exercise area and sometimes fished from that level.
Flying Bridge, (again difficult to photo but there are some views in what I sent) - includes upper helm and 2 extremely comfortable and infinitely adjustable captains chairs, there are some built in seats (with storage underneath) in the flying bridge. Flying bridge has a fiberglass roof and the walls are a very high quality “Eisen glass” that can be opened and closed to achieve either a totally enclosed, totally open or some combination of “air flow”. We certainly spent more time when traveling on the flying bridge than any other space in the boat, we also sat up there in the evenings, great views and comfortable chairs for reading (there is a TV and DVD player in the “salon” but we don’t even have a TV at home so we never turned it on) There is a lot of storage in the flying bridge.
Other than the bow and the side decks (pretty narrow for anything other than walking) that describes the living spaces. There is of course an engine room (large and easy access to diesel and gen set) and a couple of other “bilges/equipment/storage areas” (mostly below water line)
200 gallons of water and 400 gallons of fuel and a black water holding tank, that I am not sure of the capacity but it is big, probably 200ish gallons. SInce we added the composting toilet we were never concerned about the size of the black water tank, as solid human waste went into the composting toilet (empty about once every 2 months for two people, a 5-10 minute job that is not unpleasant - far less smell than changing a baby diaper) Urine goes into a separate “jug” in the composting toilet, which can be dumped, (every few days) wherever, or in no discharge areas poured into the “regular” toilet which runs through the lectrasan and into the black water tank. We went 6 weeks at one point without “pumping” and the level indicator on the black water tank was still probably under 50%. Gray water goes into an under floor holding tank in the “middle room” and is pumped out by automatic bilge pumps, or can also be manually pumped with a simple switch throw on the main control panel at the lower helm.
Fuel: two tanks 100g each = 200g Aluminium
Water: two tanks 100g each = 200g Aluminium