3119 Harborview Dr
3119 Harborview Dr
A classic late-40's Monk design, stoutly built for Alaska service by Shane, and recently re-powered with Volvo DIESEL, she's 65 years young and rarin' to go cruising! Confirmed totally sound, with NO work needed, by April 2012 survey. Alaska Yellow Cedar planking over steamed Oak ribs; gorgeous Teak cabinsides. NEW wiring, NEW electrical-panels, NEW Plumbing, FRESH bottom-paint; engine barely broken-in at only 130 hours. V-drive (yes, even this is NEW!) permits engine installation way aft under cockpit for much-reduced noise; 8.5 knots at an effortless 2200 rpm burns only 2gph. Diesel cookstove; new fridge and MW; all-new fixtures and plumbing in head. Easy to keep her in this great condition, by confirmed availability of her current (rare) rentable boathouse in NorthEast Tacoma. Wood-boat afficionados: this is NOT a delicate "collector's item" but a totally serviceable rugged ready-to go cruiser. Owner's Rapidly-developing HEALTH ISSUES forces immediate sale -- yes, ANOTHER big price-drop Feb 2014 to attract new buyers!
|Beam||10 ft 11 in||Draft Board/Drive Up||3 ft 2 in|
|Engine Make||Volvo||Engine Model||TAMD40|
|Fuel Capacity||150 gal||Length on Deck||38 ft|
|Length Overall||40 ft||Number of Heads||1|
|Holding Tank Size||25 gal||Water Capacity||75 gal|
|Engine Hours||130||Number of Berths||2|
|Number of Engines||1|
Easy to board from dock, thru hinged portside door in Teak cockpit coaming. Large engine-room hatch is concealed under waterproof throw-rug; cockpit plenty large enough for two upholstered porch-chairs as well as two vinyl-covered corner seats up against the cabin bulkhead.
Enter aft cabin thru dutch-door and sliding companionway hatch; two steps down to passage between short settee to port, dinette to starboard - both on raised plinths to ensure good seated viewing out the two large aftmost side windows. There's also an aluminum-framed sliding window in the aft bulkhead, another over the galley sink, for summertime ventilation. Dinette table drops down and cushions re-arrange to make a most comfortable double berth; curtains all around for aft-cabin privacy.
Directly ahead of the dinette is a compact galley, with the most-modern version of the classic Diesel cookstove on centerline against forward bulkhead, adjacent to L-shaped countertop with cabinets below. Large cabinet under the forward dinette seat has door from galley-side. SSTL sink set into hullside countertop. Across from galley area is enclosed private head; just ahead of that is new dorm-type fridge with microwave above.
Two steps up past the fridge, and you're in the Pilothouse-like helm area. Plenty of windows out: two small aft-facing windows are just above the open pass-thru from the galley; large windows either side are just aft of the two sliding doors out to side-decks. Up front ahead of the dash are the windshields with very good view forward across the rather short foredeck. Helm is dominated by oversized eight-spoke wheel. Comfort for the captain when perched atop the leather four-legged tall helmseat; great view out for the guests when perched atop the UltraLeather corner settee set upon drawer-pedestal.
Companionway thru the dashboard bulkhead leads into classic forepeak stateroom outfitted with the more-modern layout of a double-berth off to the side; shelf-storage underberth, hanging lockers and new Cedar cabinetry to hullside. Anchor-rode locker with proper-ventilating "ceiling" brings the interior-outfitting right up to the bow.
Monster 8-spoke teak wheel up against dashboard bulkhead.
Morse dual-lever controls.
Tall 4-leg helmseat, leather upholstery.
Full engine panel -- Volvo instruments set into the original Chrysler "surround".
Aquameter Saturn compass.
Garmin gpsmap 176c Color Chartplotter.
Uniden "es" UM525 VHP with digital selective calling.
New 12v electrical panels in centerline cabinet on dashboard bulkhead.
DUAL MXDM55 CD receiver / media-player (front-panel connections for other sources).
Stereo speakers in Pilothouse and aft at Dinette.
UltraLeather Corner Settee in aft portion of pilothouse - up high atop 4-drawer cabinet for best line-of-sight.
Brass Bar-Rail surrounds sette as footrest.
Beige berber carpeting with bound edges.
Large hatch in floor, for accesss to utilities area (tankage, pumps).
Doors out either side to side-decks.
Double Berth up high for best width.
Four opening round portlights.
Storage shelf under berth.
Hanging locker and cabinets.
Egress Hatch to foredeck.
Sigmar Diesel Cookstove, (also very effective all-cabin heater): Polished Cast-iron top; SSTL sheet-metal body. Glass-door oven; mica window into combustion-chamber to watch the "dancing flames".
(Last interior portions of SSTL smoke-stack yet to be installed).
Pass-thru opening above stove, to pilothouse cabin.
Double-basin SSTL sink; NEW faucet.
Locker door in galley leads to storage under forward dinette seat.
Sanyo dorm-type 110v fridge, with Sharp Microwave above -- both designed to be powered by future inverter.
Green berber carpeting.
Sliding aluminum-framed window over sink.
Raritan PH II manual toilet; Y-valve.
SSTL bowl-sink set into elegant full-length wood countertop.
H&C faucet with pull-out shower-wand.
(note: shower-pan not yet fabricarted and installed).
Short settee to Port.
Dinette to Starboard; table drops down to create double berth.
110v receptacle at table.
Bladder-type water tank under aft seat of dinette.
Green Berber Carpeting.
White-panel overhead, separated by Teak battens.
Sliding Aluminum window in aft bulkhead.
All-new "BlueSeas" 110v panel (adjacent to aft cabin door).
110v receptacles thru-out boat; proper multi-strand wiring (new).
30 amp shorepower connector in cockpit.
All-new 12v circuit-breaker panels at helm.
8D house battery.
gp 27 engine-start battery.
Battery-combiner switch (adjacent to aft cabin door).
Volvo TAMD40 diesel was a spare-engine for Alaska fishing-fleet; installed in fishboat only once for approx 100 hours to take place of engine out for overhaul, then removed.
Since installation in THIS boat, only 30 additional hours!
Owner reports 2gph at 8 to 8.5 knots, 2200 rpm
Wide-open: 12 knots at 2800 rpm
Velvet-drive transmission; Cardan-shaft to NEW Walter V-drive.
1.5" SSTL shafting; 3-blade prop.
NEW SSTL exhaust-elbow.
In-line muffler; all exhaust piping is above waterline.
All fresh new hoses.
NEW sstl-boxed water-heater, 110v -- (also with heat-exchanger, but not yet connected to engine).
Full sound insulation (fireproof)
Built by Shane of Seattle, to design by Ed Monk Sr, for Alaska service, thus heavier than typical scantlings:
Alaska Yellow Cedar planking milled to 1.5" (some places 1.25"), bronze-fastened to steamed-Oak frames 1.75" x 1.25" on close-spacing (typically 8" o/c, some places 9" to 12" o/c).
Hull re-fastened by Sunnfjord Boatworks, approx 6 years ago. A few planks replaced as required; recorked/recaulked at that time.
Hull interior tarred thru centerline and between engine stringers; remainder of planking treated with Cuprinol where not painted.
Marine plywood decking, rubberized coating with deep-etched non-skid pattern.
All-Teak cabinsides. Exterior surfaces re-finished; interior surfaces ready to re-finish.
Fresh bottom-paint April 2012.
Marine Survey by James Lamb (April 2012) shows NO findings save for one cracked window! (and to finish the cookstove smokestack, of course...) "Above average condition"... Survey available for viewing; can be purchased by buyer to submit to their insurer.
Dinghy not included in purchase price -- available separately for $500
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.