HUGE REDUCTION! THIS BOAT IS GOING OFF THE MARKET JULY 1 IF NOT SOLD. HER OWNER WANTS TO ENJOY HER FOR THE SUMMER CRUISING SEASON.
From her owner:
JOLIE –a long distance Trawler Yacht Admired in every harbor-especially by the professionals, Captains, Cops and Coasties.
Built nearly 50 years ago in the respected Sutton Yards in Tarpon Springs, renowned builders of steel yachts and ships. Designed by S.L. Petchul, Navel Architect Tug Designer, under the direction of Master Mariner (tons &oceans) who delivered a sistership to Hawaii and commissioned the Naval Architect to make changes, creating JOLIE. Range to cross any ocean at displacement speed, 1 gallon per hour.
I am the second owner. My wife required a safe stable boat with a library, that was equally home at anchor and able to handle the seas when they get tricky.
JOLIE is economical, safe, and comfortable; easy to handle, dock, get off and on, runabout upon, It will let you recover from your own mistakes and the mistakes of others. At ease traveling or extended port stays.
The systems onboard are sturdy and understressed. Everything works. Majors (engine/transmission/genset) are low hour/2008 installs. Spares, tools and literature for support.
This is not a "Wedding Cake Styled” semi-displacement, small ruddered, fuel sucking, unbalanced, rolly, sideways surfing/broaching, never- anchored always marina- docked boat. She’s a wanderer with over 200,000 miles under her keel. Nearly wakeless with a Bulb Bow to predispose the bow wave and dampen pitching. The round stern and huge rudder maintain control in following seas. The hard chine and T bar keel, low center of gravity in this design, minimal aloft windage ALL contribute to this vessel’s stability/safety -- but if it gets bumpy, you can always deploy the paravane/stabilizers which cuts discomfort down by 70%.
Sailboaters considering Trawlers would find JOLIE is a couple’s boat, easily handled by one. You can be operating from your helm chair inside, heater on, morning show on the tube, coffee in hand, electronics emitting information. The 85HP John Deere purrs, spinning the 30 inch propeller 500rpm, 7 knots.
Human sized side decks with lifelines are 24inches wide, handholds throughout. The forward deck is flush, like a sportfish. A walk on, safe bow pulpit. Midship doors port and starboard to board. Easy on/offs, walk about, line handling and docking/mooring. Easy dog on/offs. Second Helm at the flybridge. Basic instruments/controls, courthouse chairs on pedestals, custom bimini and side curtains. Watch the world go by 6 foot taller than most sailboats. But basically from a sailboater’s perspective, roomier, airier, easier, safer.
The main engine is a John Deere 4045D non-turbo, non computer 4.5 liter , 4 cylinder with balance shafts tuned for less than WOT operation, 2008 install, 1300 hours, An Accusump Pre oiler and emergency oil supply system was fitted. A Balmar 150 amp alternator and regulator, A&B fuel filters with pressure gauges (switchable underway). Gunk free bottom feed tanks. silicon hoses and a large air filter, oil and water alarms, Holly electric fuel pump and pressure gauge. Exhaust gas temperature monitor. It has all the John Deere books and special tools to support its operation and care Gears/Reduction, installed 2008 ZF80 2.85 rated at 400hp, PYI dampener plate, RD flex coupler for shaft, filters, stainless oil cooler. 2 inch stainless shaft, traditional stuffing box but with the addition of grease fittings. Prop is a 3 blade Nibril 30/24 by Michigan Propeller, spare/alternate is a bronze 3 blade Michigan Prop 32/28. Genset -Phasor brushless, Kuboda 3 cylinder 900cc 7kw 300 hours 2008 install. Quiet. Helm Electronics include Radar, Autopilot, depth, compass, CCTV, Chartplotters,VHF, SSB with Ham, Sat Phone, TV, AM/FM/Disc,DVD.VHS, Link Monitor, Solar Cell, Bowthruster Electrical Systerms -- 12 volt, 800ah Batteries, chargers, 150amp alternator. 110v shore power 30amps, 110v inverter power 20amps, 110v Generator power 60amps.
HVAC systems, sun awnings, electric stove, microwave and convection oven, refrigerator, 12 gallon freezer, 6 gallon hot water heater. Electric head, Library of Anchors, rode/chain wimdlass.
Tenders 11ft Boston Whaler (50 years and happy) with 20hp Pull start Honda OB, 6 gallon in Dink, 5 spare gallons onboard 125cc Motorcycle, 200 pounds, 60mph, 2 person with saddlebags, electric winch and boom to discharge tenders, 1 person quick job.
Tankage Fuel 450gal X 2=900 water 150 X 3=450 Ship Flush Deck forward 3 hatches, staterooms and galley
Hatches offset and eyes on deck to turtle Whaler for long offshore passages Bow Pulpit Handrails and lifelines/jacklines 24 inch wide sidedecks with lifelines/stanchions Cut in side doors port & starboard 24 inches above waterline Aft area built in alloy boarding ladder for side doors, dine table with 2 chairs, access hatch to steering gear, hooka, dive gear, fender boards, BBQ and 2 6 pound alloy Propane tanks.
Hull CAPAC induced current electrolis prevention system Hull gets lighter as taller. Blueprints available 3/4 inch thick keel, 1/4 plate to waterline/chine, 3/16 plate to deck, Gauge steel deck House 3/4ply/fiberglass over steel frames Flybridge steel tube/canvass Bimini Alloy Tube canvas
Stabilized by Paravanes/outriggers Bulb Bow-reduces pitching underway-increases waterline length, predisposes bow wave and is most effective at S/L 1.1-1.2, Round stern and very large rudder very effective in following seas
Comfortable 4 cabin layout, considerable storage, forced air ventilation (fans in hatches) All interior/exterior surfaces refinished.
US documented-all required equipment, flags, clear title. Last Survey 2003 audiogauged results fine 2 owner boat, 200,000+ logged miles
LOA 48 LOD 45 LWL 43 Draft 4.5 Air Draft 16/27 Beam 13 Weight 40,000 pounds
It doesn't get any more unique then this little ship. This is a serious bluewater trawler with transatlantic range, a bulbous bow, thick steel hull, nearly new engine and over 200,000 miles under her keel. This is a second owner boat! She falls in the category of the likes of Diesel Ducks for a fraction of the cost. In her first 165,000 miles her fuel logs show 5.5mpg! With her new engine those numbers are even better!! Hull just painted May 2012.
> 2008 4045D non-turbo, non computer 4.5 liter John Deere 4 cylinder with balance shafts timed for less than WOT operation, the bellhousing/flywheel was also increased in size weight to SAE3 vs the usual SAE4 setup, An Accusump Pre oiler and emergency oil supply system was fitted. A Balmar 150 amp alternator and regulator, A&B fuel filters with vacuum gauges (switchable underway) as well as the standard JD filter, silicon hoses, a large air filter, oil and exhaust alarms, Holly electric fuel pump and pressure gauge.
> She has all the JD books and special tools to support its operation and care
> The spares list would include filters, belts,impellers,alternators/regulators, starter motors, fuel pumps, water pumps raw and circulating impellers/seals, fuel injectors, fuel injection pump, hard lines, gaskets-all previously fitted and checked to fit/operate.
> Gears/Reduction, new installed 2008 ZF80 2.85 rated at 500hp, PYI dampener plate, RD flex coupler for shaft, spare sachs dampener plate, filters, stainless oil cooler.
> 2 inch stainless shaft, traditional stuffing box but with the addition of grease fittings.
> Prop is a 3 blade Nibril 30/24 by Michigan Propeller scanned and balanced last 12 months, spare/alternate is a bronze 3 blade Michigan Prop 32/28.
> Genset -Phasor brushless, Kuboda 3 cylinder 900cc 7kw 300 hours 2008 install.
> Helm Electronics
> Rayathon RL9 radar
> Westmar autopilot
> Hummingbird fish/depth 100sx X 2
> Datamarine depth
> 8 Inch Danforth Constellation compass
> VHFs X 2
> Handheld VHF
> CCTV and monitor rear facing
> Cannor stabilized binoculars 10/30is
> Maxsea chartplotter on Compaq
> Nobeltech chart plotter on Dell
> 15 inch flatscreen TV
> Icom SSB with HAM. > Globalstar satellite phone
> Vetus electric bowthruster 7hp
> Windshield wiper
> Defogging fan
> Solar panel over bimini
> Led Anchor lite
> Masthead Navigation lights.
> Other electrics
> Mostly LED/CFL interior lights
> Danfross air cooled compressor for refrigerator (7-8 cubic ft) side/top load
> 6 cubic ft deep freeze, hull cooled compressor
> Coffee maker
> 2 burner glass topped electric stove
> 1 burner gimbaled propane stove
> Convection oven
> Microwave oven
> AC Heat
> 28,000btu engine water "bus heater"
> 16,500btu Mermaid water cooled AC/Heat
> 16,000btu.5000btu cool heat roof mounted low profile Carrier air cooled
> 16,000btu Cruiseair water cooled not used.
> 800ah Lead acid batteries
> Link 10 monitor
> 30/50amp shore cord
> Twin A&B inverters
> Piggyback battery charger-inverters and charger engaged together=130amps
> Ground tackle
> 12 volt Mustang Windless
> Rode/chain system-many spares/extra
> FX55 Fortress
> 50# Supermax adjustable
> 45# CQR
> 25# Norhill
> 20# Grapple
> Sea Drogue
> Many large/oversize fenders
> Ships stores
> Cabin fabric and Sunbrella rolls
> Maintenance tools
> Hull and bottom paints/varnish/oils
> fuel conditioners/oils/resins
> Sun Awnings
> Custom Bimini that "breaks down"
> 11ft Boston Whaler
> 20hp Pull start HondaOB
> 6 gallon in Dink, 5 spare gallons onboard
> 125cc Motorcycle
> Electric winch and boom to discharge tenders, 1 person quick job.
> Fuel 450gal X 2=900
> water 150 X 3=450
> 90 gallon bladder fits in dink for refilling the mother ship, no 5 gallon shuttles
> 6 gallon stainless hot water heater electric and engine heated
> 20 gallon black water
> Raritan Marine Elegance Head electric and fresh water flush
> Flush deck forward
> 2 hatches,stateroom and galley
> Hatches offset and eyes on deck to turtle Whaler for long offshore passages
> Bow Pulpit
> Handrails and lifelines/jacklines
> 24 inch wide sidedecks -with lifelines/stanchions
> Side doors Port & Starboard 24 inches above waterline
> Aft area built in alloy boarding ladder for side doors
> Dine table with 2 chairs
> Access hatch to steering gear, hooka, dive gear, fender boards
> BBQ and 2-6lb alloy Propane tanks
> CAPAC induced current electrolysis prevention system
> Hull gets lighter as taller. Blueprints available
> 1 inch thick keel
> 1/4 plate to waterline/chine
> 3/16 plate to deck
> Gauge steel deck
> House 3/4ply/fiberglass over steel frames
> Flybridge steel tube/canvass
> Bimini Alloy Tube canvas
> Designed by SL Petchul NA
> Builder Sutton Boatworks Tarpon Springs Florida
> Renowned Steel Boatbuilder 30-120 ft including arctic explorers
> Stabilized by Para-vanes/outriggers when in motion and flopper stoppers at anchor
> Bulb Bow-reduces pitching underway-increases waterline length, predisposes bow wave and is most effective at sl 1.1-1.2,
> Round stern and very large rudder very effective in following seas
> Comfortable 4 cabin layout, considerable storage,forced air ventilation (fans in hatches)
> All surfaces refinished.
> US documented, all safety equipment, flags, etc.
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