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$79,500 Anacortes, Washington
Make CHB
Year 1983
Condition Used
Price US$79,500
Type Power
Class Trawler
Length 42 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Anacortes, Washington
Tax Status Tax Not Applicable
LOA 41 ft 10 in
Length at Water Line 38 ft
Beam 13 ft 8 in
Max Draft 3 ft 6 in
Displacement 26000 lb
Max Bridge Clearance 16 ft 4 in
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Ford Lehman
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1983
Power 160 hp
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Ford Lehman
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1983
Power 160 hp
Fuel Tanks 1 x 450 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 250 gal (UK)
Holding Tanks 1 x 40 gal (UK)




Owner has invested thousands of dollars in the last several years updating and refitting this beautiful vessel. "Serenity" is a roomy, stablized tri-cabin trawler that is ready for any type of cruising. She has been oufitted with new stainless steel fuel tanks, Sea Roc "Naiad" Stabilizers, water maker, full bridge canvas - and much more. Must see to appreciate all her lovely assets.

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Starboard entry to the lower helm station. Down and forward is the guest stateroom with twin bunks. A private head with shower, hanging locker with quality teak cabinetry giving plenty of storage. Up to the salon is a L shaped settee with a folding convertible dinette.  The galley up floor plan will be very convenient while preparing meals and cleaning up. Aft and down is the master stateroom surrounded with teak carving and cabinetry. Large hanging lockers ,desk, drawers for storing all of your needed items for a long cruise. The walkaround queen with stand up mirror makes for a very comfortable stateroom.


Front cabin:

Bunk beds with new pads & upholstery May 2010

New leopard carpet May 2010

Head with Vacu Flush toilet, sink, & shower

Lots of storage

Aft cabin:

Queen walk around bed

15" TV/DVD player

Head with Vacu Flush toilet, sink, shower & tub

Lots of storage


L shaped settee with new upholstery May 2010

Hi-Lo table

20" TV/DVD player (also a Furuno monitor)

2 – matching bar stools

2 – matching leopard foot stools



Propane stove with 2 tanks

Granite counter tops

Norcold refrigerator

Trash compactor

Garbage disposal


Microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender

Large pantry

Overhead dish storage and wine glass rack

Dishware and silver for 8

All kitchen utensils, pots, pans, bowls, glasses

Flybridge Layout

Double helm seat with storage under

Side seating for 8 (4 each side) with storage under

5 cu ft refrigerator

5 cu ft freezer

Canvas covers for helm seat and dashboard

Electronics - Lower Station

Furuno NavNet 3D – 8" screen

20" monitor in salon (also a TV/DVD combo)

AIS send/receive

VHF radio

Autopilot remote


Rudder angle indicator

AM/FM/CD with iPod input

Electronics - Flybridge

15" NavNet monitor

2ndFuruno radar

Furuno GPS with hookup for laptop computer

Benmar autopilot

VHF radio Compass Rudder angle indicator



Engines – Twin Lehman Turbo 6 cylinder

Glendinning synchronizers

Generator – 7.7KW Westerbeke

1500 watt inverter

Fuel – Diesel, 2 150 gallon stainless tanks with sight gauges

Water – 2 – 100 gallon stainless steel tanks

Dock water hookup

Watermaker – Sea Recovery 25 gal/hour

Stabilizers – active fin units made by Koop Nautique, which later became Naiad

Deck Equipment


Electric Weems & Plath windlass

70# plow bow anchor with 275’ chain

Danforth style stern anchor with chain and line

10 dock lines


50’ 50 amp power cord with 30, 20, & 15 amp adaptors

Additional 30 amp cord


10’ Avon

9.9 HP mercury 2 stroke

Forespar engine hoist

Roskelly-Olsen davit on swim step

Safety Equipment

3 portable fire extinguishers

Halon system in engine room

7 adult lifejackets; Life Ring with line

Angling Equipment

2 Penn downriggers with lead weights

Miscellaneous salmon and halibut gear

10 rocket launchers

3 rail mounted rod holders


The following work was done in May 2012:

Bottom paint

New zincs

Stabilizer fins removed and resealed

New batteries – 4 – 8D, 1-12V deep cycle for generator, 2- 12V in series for 24V stabilizer operation

Engine mufflers

The following work was done in August/September 2012:

Exterior wood taken down to original

Hull & cabin top polished and waxed

Flybridge enclosure cleaned

Spare parts:

Racor 500 series filters

Engine mount fuel filters

Various belts

Miscellaneous oil and coolant

Miscellaneous light bulbs

Miscellaneous tools

Hoses – 1 – 50’, 1 – 25’

Vacuum cleaner

Shop vac


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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