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1997 17.37m x 5.11m Overnight Fishing Charter Boat /Accommodations for 12 persons

$330,019 Listed price: CA$435,750 Ontario
Make 17.37m x 5.11m Overnight Fishing Charter Boat
Model /Accommodations for 12 persons
Year 1997
Condition Used
Price CA$435,750
Type Power
Class Passenger
Length 57 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Steel
Location Ontario
LOA 56 ft 12 in
Beam 16 ft 9 in
Engine Make Volvo Penta TAMD 71-B
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1997
Power 218 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Builder Wray Brown
Double Berths 2
Fuel Tanks 1 x 220 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1
Liferaft Capacity 12

Description

1997 17.37m x 5.11m Steel Overnight Fishing Charter Boat

Gross tonnage: 62 tons

Net tonnage: 47 tons

Builder: Wray Brown

Accommodations for 12 persons

Engine: 1997 Volva Penta TAMD 71-B Diesel - 218 hp

             Engine is heat exchanger cooled

Transmission: Twin Disc MG507-1, 2.99:1 ratio

Shaft: 2.5"

Estimated speed: 10 knots

Fuel Capacity: Total 440 gal

Electronics:

   Icom VHF, Motorola VHF, Raytheon Radar, Garmin GPS,

  Garmin GPS Map Plotter, Garmin GPS Map Plotter Colour/Sounder,

  Raytheon Fish Finder, Ritchie Compass

Davit: For heavy lifting from dock to upper deck

Winch: Anchor winch

Safety: As required by DOT including 12 person life raft

Fire system: Automatic fire system installed in engine room

Additional Information:

The boat was finished inside specifically to be roomy, bright and comfortable for passengers  who generally spent from 4-7 days on board.  As to the construction and arrangement of the galley, everything is full sized.  There is a lovely stainless steel Garland propane range with 4 heavy duty burners and a large oven.  The fridge is propane, 8 cu. ft. and is in new condition.  There is a Paloma propane demand hot water heater installed in the galley which supplies the boat.  All cupboards are full sized and constructed from solid oak.  The sink is a double stainless steel model (typical kitchen sink).  The galley table is constructed of solid oak as well and can seat ten with bench seating under the window side and oak chairs on the opposite side.  Floors are oak hardwood and ceilings are of clear cedar (7' headroom in the galley).  There is also a small sink installed in one corner of the galley which is hooked to the fresh water tank in the engine room.

 

Several steps up from the galley is the wheelhouse, constructed of oak paneling, clear cedar ceilings and oak hardwood floors.  Storage shelving and trim is constructed of black walnut.  The wheelhouse has one bunk near the back wall for the Captain.  The wheelhouse is roomy and bright with large windows above dash and on both port and starboard sides (again, 7' headroom).  One set of stairs leads from the wheelhouse to the upper deck.  Another set of stairs goes to the lower level of the boat where the head, shower and sleeping accommodations are.  In the lower level, the bow area contains  4 single bunks, two upper and two lower.  Two steps down from the bow accommodations is an open area of the lower level of boat with two double bunks and two upper single bunks.  Adjacent to this and on the same level is another two bunks (lower double & upper single).  This is at the foot of the stairs leading down from the wheelhouse.  To the right of this area is a full sized shower and opposite the shower in a separate room is the head with a sink (full sized) and an electric marine toilet.  The lower level ceiling and walls are cedar and floors again are of oak hardwood. All finished wood on bunks is black walnut.   Again, 7' of headroom in the lower level with windows above bunk areas.  The engine room is to the right of the shower and directly above the engine room is the galley.

 

On the upper deck and flying bridge, Transport Canada approved railings are installed for passenger safety.  Steps on the starboard side lead to the flying bridge where a separate steering station is located. Since this vessel is registered as a passenger vessel, many safety features are installed on the boat in order to meet Transport Canada specifications.  Some of these include 12 person life raft, fire system in the engine room, DOT approved life jackets,  approved number of fire extinguishers, signage, etc.   

 

Located in Northern Ontario

Price: $435,750 CDN

Reference No. PV2206

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

  

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Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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