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1980 Monk Design Ferro-Cement Trawler

$29,777 Listed price: CA$37,800 Ontario
Make Monk Design Ferro-Cement Trawler
Year 1980
Condition Used
Price CA$37,800
Fractional Shares 1
Type Power
Class Trawler
Length 47 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material enums.hull-material.ferro-cement
Location Ontario
LOA 47 ft
Max Draft 5 ft 8 in
Fuel Type Diesel
Builder Monk Design Ferro-Cement Trawler
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

1980 47’ x 14.5’ x 5’8” Monk Design Ferro-Cement Trawler
Designed by Ed Monk Sr.
Hull: Seacrete poured professionally by “Windboats” of Norfolk, England on 8 layers of welded chicken mesh. The hull was brought to Nova Scotia where it was completed.
Superstructure: Steel from deck up. 10 gauge steel with ¼” x 2” frames on 12” centers, insulated with 3” of marine insulation and lined with mahogany ply.
Bulkheads: Reinforced cement w/metal framing
Engine: Caterpillar V-8 diesel, naturally aspirated, model 3160 (210 hp), year 1969
Generator: 12.5KW Kohler c/w Perkins Diesel (Available – not in boat at present time)
110/220V, 52 Amp, Auto –start and 12V output
Cruises comfortably at 8 ½ knots but will run at 12 knots.
Fuel consumption at 8 ½ knots – 4 gph
Fuel capacity: 1200 gal
Navigation equipment: Magellan GPS, Eagle Depth Sounder
Electrical system: to be finished
Steering: Hydraulic Warner dual ram
Winches: Manual windlass
Bilge Pumps: Yes, also piped manifolds from 5 watertight compartments to common location for
manual pumping.
Fresh water capacity: 150 gal in stainless tanks
Holding tank capacity: 75 gal
Head: Full size, separate shower.
Forward head converted to laundry room
Accommodations: Double bed forward, twin bed aft. Large swim platform.
Additional features: Full kitchen-style galley. Hardwood floors. Large outside patio on cabin roof.
Many storage compartments, wind generator. Interior needs a lot of finishing work and more wiring and plumbing. Entire hull has been redone inside and out with 2-part epoxies and smoothed with West System filler above waterline.
Located in Southern Ontario, Canada
Price $37,800 CDN

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Dimensions

Beam: 14.5'

Additional

1980 47’ x 14.5’ x 5’8” Monk Design Ferro-Cement Trawler Designed by Ed Monk Sr. Hull: Seacrete poured professionally by “Windboats” of Norfolk, England on 8 layers of welded chicken mesh. The hull was brought to Nova Scotia where it was completed. Superstructure: Steel from deck up. 10 gauge steel with ¼” x 2” frames on 12” centers, insulated with 3” of marine insulation and lined with mahogany ply. Bulkheads: Reinforced cement w/metal framing Engine: Caterpillar V-8 diesel, naturally aspirated, model 3160 (210 hp), year 1969 Generator: 12.5KW Kohler c/w Perkins Diesel (Available – not in boat at present time) 110/220V, 52 Amp, Auto –start and 12V output Cruises comfortably at 8 ½ knots but will run at 12 knots. Fuel consumption at 8 ½ knots – 4 gph Fuel capacity: 1200 gal Navigation equipment: Magellan GPS, Eagle Depth Sounder Electrical system: to be finished Steering: Hydraulic Warner dual ram Winches: Manual windlass Bilge Pumps: Yes, also piped manifolds from 5 watertight compartments to common location for manual pumping. Fresh water capacity: 150 gal in stainless tanks Holding tank capacity: 75 gal Head: Full size, separate shower. Forward head converted to laundry room Accommodations: Double bed forward, twin bed aft. Large swim platform. Additional features: Full kitchen-style galley. Hardwood floors. Large outside patio on cabin roof. Many storage compartments, wind generator. Interior needs a lot of finishing work and more wiring and plumbing. Entire hull has been redone inside and out with 2-part epoxies and smoothed with West System filler above waterline. Located in Southern Ontario, Canada Price $37,800 CDN

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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