The Lowland 471 Long Range Trawler, designed by Peter Beeldsnijder and built in the Netherlands, is a high quality steel yacht. With her single Volvo 250 hp diesel and 750 gallon fuel tanks she has excellent range and fuel efficiency. Top speed is about 12 knots. She'll cruise at 9 knots, burning about 3 GPH.
3RD QUARTER's original owner cruised Europe and then transited the Atlantic Ocean to the U.S. on her own bottom before selling her. The current owner's surveyor noted at the time of his purchase that the boat was built to a very high marine standard, "more along the lines of a small ship rather than a yacht." Joinery on the boat is beautifully crafted, and her interior layout is both spacious and elegant. The aft cabin features a centerline berth and private head with shower. An Espar diesel-fired forced hot air heating system makes possible extended use of the boat in colder temperatures and adds potential for living aboard in northern climes. A washer and separate dryer in the forward head greatly simplify living aboard. The Northern Lights generator was new in 2012 and has virtually no hours on it. A bow thruster simplifies close quarter handling and docking.
3RD QUARTER, as the accompanying photos show, is a handsome, custom-built yacht with beautiful features. Her owner has reduced the price drastically in an effort to sell her now. She has been hauled for the winter.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 47 ft 5 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 39 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 1 in
Displacement: 65000 lbs
3RD QUARTER sleeps four. Forward guest stateroom features upper and lower single berths to starboard and a vanity with sink to port. Next aft is a head to port with tiled shower, accessible directly either from the forward cabin or from the passageway between the main cabin and forward stateroom. Forward head features separate White Westinghouse washer and dryer. Opposite the head to starboard is a large storage locker. Next aft, up a few steps, is the main cabin with a wrap-around couch to port and a breakfast bar/galley aft to starboard. The breakfast bar has three stools. Steps lead aft from the main cabin to the owner's stateroom which features a centerline berth and private head with tiled shower. Access to the engine room is from a concealed door behind a full length mirror located forward to port in the owner's stateroom. A reverse-cycle system provides both air conditioning and heat to all cabins. Cabin heating is provided by both an Espar diesel-fired hot air heating system and an independent 110 volt AC reverse-cycle system which also provides air conditioning to all cabins.
The curved galley is 1/4 level lower than the main cabin. It features a Princess three-burner electric stove with oven, Miele refrigerator/freezer with teak facia, flush-mounted microwave oven, and an oval ceramic sink.
DC systems are wired both for North American and European standards. Three house batteries, one engine starting battery, and one separate battery for starting generator. Battery selector switch. All interior lighting is powered by 12 volts DC. 110 volt dockside system with two two 30 amp circuits and two shore power cords. New 12 KW Northern Lights generator (2012) with under 10 hours. Reverse-cycle air conditioning/heating. Water pumps are both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC.
Electronics and Navigation
Robertson AP 100 DL autopilot with wired remote, Icom IC-M700 marine SSB transceiver with automatic antenna tuner, Uniden UM 525 VHF, Garmin GPSMap 3210 GPS/chartplotter, Furuno 24 mile radar, Datamarine depthsounder.
Hull and Deck
Hull is built of mild steel with a cold tar epoxy barrier coat applied by the prior owners. Topsides Awlgripped in 2004. Bow thruster. Skeg-hung rudder. Stainless steel bow roller, anchor locker, Vetus electric windlass with wired remote. Spotlight at helm. Teak decks, six stainless steel double pipe bollards, ten opening ports with screens, windshield with wipers folds down. Flush-mounted Bomar hatches.
Two deck chairs, plow anchor with chain and nylon rode totalling about 300', four dock lines, two fenders, 8 PFD's, two boat hooks, miscellaneous engine spares, some galleyware.
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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