When I went aboard this boat I was most impressed with the size, luxury and warmth of the salon. The owner is a seller and installer of granite surfaces along with all other high end interior flat surface products and he spared no attention on his boat. This lovely Ed Monk-designed Pilothouse Trawler was purpose-built by Nordlund Boat Company for missionary work to the coastal villages of Alaska. Built in 1970 and equipped with church pews, an organ and shag carpets this vessel worked in the service of Seventh Day Adventists delivering bibles, supplies and workers along thousands of miles of fjords and islands where isolated communities were perched. Today, shag carpets have been replaced with custom teak inlays in teak and holly sole floors. Leather couches have displaced hardwood pews. A gourmet galley with granite countertops and a custom sink has been added along with corian vanity tops in both of the well-appointed heads. Repowered, restored, refurbished is the condition today, all with modern luxury as the theme. A 2010 survey report says, “This vessel’s hull, decks and house were tap sounded EXTREMELY STRONG…it also has iron bark located 12 inch below waterline extending 6 inch above waterline for protection”. All USCG safety requirements are up to date or new this summer. The pilot house seating doubles as two chain-hung berths and with the hide-a-bed leather couches this two cabin motor yacht sleeps 11 and could easily be considered if you are looking for a three cabin vessel. She knows the path to Alaska so any fun you can think of between here and there is yours and with absolutely no deferred maintenance you can leave as soon as you buy the groceries! These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 53 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in