Design: This handsome boat was designed and built in the Northwest at Bellingham, Washington. Spring Fever has been lightly used and professionally maintained. With 500 engine hours, she is ideal for sport fishing and Northwest cruising. She is in exquisite condition. A boater's boat this Norstar 302 cruises effficiently at 8 to 23 knots. Superbly engineered, her hull and machinery provide a confident, safe and dry ride in all sea conditions. Easily capable of cruising to Alaska this boat will hold her value for years to come.
Features and Equipment: Twin Volvo KAMD44 - 260 hp low hours (505) inboard diesel engines; Engine monitoring and alarm system; Hydraulic steering; Diesel-fired hydronic furnace; Engine waste-heat; 9.9hp 4-cycle Yamaha outboard motor w/ transom mounting bracket; kicker motor remote steering and throttle; Extra capacity fuel tanks installed in 2011 provide extended cruising range, estimated 460 miles cruising range w/ 10% reserve.
Navigation: Navigation package includes twin multi-function color displays; chart plotter, radar; fish finders at the helm station and cockpit, external GPS receiver; C-map digital charts; VHF; compass.
Electrical: AC/DC master control panel w/ volt and amp meters; circuit breakers; polarity indicator; 30 amp shore power w/ 50-ft cord; electric cabin heaters (2); batteries 4 x 6V 240 amp hour deep cycle, plus 12V engine starting; battery paralleling and isolation; battery monitoring system; large capacity inverter / three-stage battery charger with automatic charge relay; stereo/CD player w/ four speakers; bonded electrical system. 12v lighting.
Galley: Refrigerator / freezer; diesel-fired cooktop / cabin heater; propane sniffer & remote automatic-shutoff; microwave convection oven; stainless sink w/ hot & cold pressure water; water heater (10 gallon); amply storage capacity.
Accommodation: Custom "Ultra-leather" upholstery. Diesel-fired hydronic furnace; spacious forward cabin w/ large galley; four-person convertible dinette; generous private head w/ vanity & shower; fresh water electric "quiet-flush" toilet; waste discharge system; vee-berth w/ privacy curtain; sleeps four in two double berths. Teak trimmed Herreshoff-style cabinetry. Teak and holly cabin sole. Large opening portlights (4) w/ screens; deck hatch and ventilators (3); storage lockers in every conceivable space; traditional Alaska yellow cedar ceiling strips at interior hull sides.
Pilot House: Helm station w/ pilot seat and custom storage; three-person settee w/ pedestal table; large windows providing great visibility; maximum storage; sliding windows w/ screens; heated windshield defog system; pantograph multi-speed windshield wipers (3) w/ fresh water wash; waste and water tank watch system; fuel level gauges; fuel flow meters.
Exterior: Sliding pilothouse door; extra wide side decks to bow; molded non-skid at side decks & bow; welded stainless bow & side deck railing; transom boarding platform w/ wet lockers / bait well; hinged transom door; bow pulpit w/ anchor roller & electric windlass (2 station control); CQR stainless steel anchor, w/ chain (50') & rode (200'); fenders and mooring lines; mooring and fender cleats; cockpit courtesy lights (2); cockpit storage cabinet; fishing rod & propane tank lockers; rod holders; cockpit shower; cockpit and achor washdown system.
Hull: Modified-vee hull; single skin fiberglass hull w/ substantial longitudinal and transverse framing; twin 3-blade nibral cupped propellers; stainless shafts & dripless shaft seals; cast bronze rudders & struts w/ cutlass bearings; underwater exhaust; trim tabs.
Engine Room, Lazarette and Bilge: Noise suppression insulation; automatic / manual bilge pumps (3); aluminum fuel tanks (2) w/ sight gauges (250 gal capacity); 60 gallon stainless water tank, 35 gal Waste tank; primary & secondary fuel filters; 80 amp alternators (2); Marelon sea valves.
Miscellaneous: Spare shaft; spare propellers (pair); engine spare parts; equipment manuals; PFDs and miscellaneous outfit & safety items (some outdated).