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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Deltaville, VA
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- Current Price:
- US$ 169,900
Custom Chesapeake Deadrise designed by Dave Sintes and built by Thomas Fiberglass in Lusby, MD. This unique boat has been kept to high standards and features extensive electronics forward including Caterpillar multifunction display and KTH Direct TV satellite receiver (key components duplicated at the aft steering) station. The six cylinder caterpillar engine cruises at 18 - 20 knots. Overhead storage for 28 rods and manual trolling valve. You need to see her to understand the quality and condition.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 38 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 2 in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 28000 lbs
Total Power: 700 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 3176C12
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1518
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 700 HP
Cruising Speed: 18 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum (170 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
GPS - Furuno GP-1850D
Plotter - Furuno GP-1850D
Depthsounder - Furuno FCU-582L
Radar - Furuno GaAs FET
Autopilot - Simrad AP22
Navigation center - Dell laptop w/ Rosepoint Coastal Explorer
CD player - Sony Sirius, XM, Bluetooth
VHF - Icom IC-M59
TV set - 2 Samsung Flat Screens
Air conditioning - 2 Cruisair
Electric bilge pump
Bow thruster - Wesmar
Generator - Westerbeke 7.6kw
Shore power inlet
Swimming ladder - detachable
This is a Dave Sintes designed, 42 foot fishing yacht that most fishermen only dream about. She has plenty of power in her fuel efficient, 700 horsepower, 6 cylinder, Caterpillar engine. She will cruise at 18 knots burning 25 gallons per hour. She allows for overhead open storage for 28 rods and counts 28 in the lockers. She can fish a wide spread for Stripers, run to the canyon for Dolphin and Tuna, cruise the bay looking for working birds, and drop the anchor over structure for bottom fishing. She boasts remote access, secure, rod storage. A well setup rigging and bait prep station, and ample rear deck space that makes life onboard a bit of paradise. At the end of the day, or the night, the interior comforts are the most welcoming a fisherman could ask for. A built in coffee maker, toaster oven, microwave, and refrigerator assure everything you need for sustenance is at your fingertips. When it’s time to clean up and rest, she excels. Wide bunks, good water pressure, and a full size head make it a pleasure to rest and rejuvenate onboard. If you have imagined a life of traveling the eastern seaboard exploring and fishing in comfort and safety, you owe it to yourself to come and see her.
Construction and Dimensions
The custom fishing yacht was built by Thomas Fiberglass in Lusby Maryland. Her hull is a modified vee with wide bow flare tracing back to a low freeboard, box type stern reminiscent of classic Chesapeake Deadrise design. She is 42 feet long and 14 feet wide. 42 feet is the optimum length for shallow bays and sounds that are prone to steep chop such as the Chesapeake Bay, Currituck, and Albemarle Sounds. She draws 38 inches and utilizes a tunnel drive with a fully protective keel and large rudder. Her hull is solid fiberglass over an inch thick, and her longitudinal stringers are balsa cored. Her bow decks and washboards are solid fiberglass with nonskid molded in. Her decks are end grain balsa cored fiberglass and the deck to hull joint is a shoebox type and glued in place. She has 2 water tight bulkheads and all interior bulkheads and partitions are fiberglass. Interior partitions are covered in either carpet or oak grain veneer with solid oak fiddles covering all end grain.
She is powered by a Caterpillar 3176C12, 6 cylinder, 700 horsepower, turbocharged, engine that's mounted midship under an insulated, hydraulically activated, lifting engine box. The hour meter shows 1213 hours. She has a twin disk reduction gear turning a 2 and 1/4 inch stainless steel shaft running down to a 25 inch 4 blade bronze propeller. The motor beds are steel angle type bolted to longitudinal stringers. The motor mounts are isolation type. The stuffing box is an adjustable bronze nut on flex hose on a fiberglass tube. The exhaust is raw water cooled through a 10 inch fiberglass tube that splits and exits through both sides.
The generator is a 7.6Kw BTD Westerbeke with a brand new generator component. The inter-cooler and water system have been rebuilt. Generator has new Custom Soft Cover – Super Silencer Sound Shield; five-sided removable panels, and no metal parts to break or rust. The hour meter shows 2708 hours.
She is equipped with a manual trolling valve. The control lever is located on the starboard side of the outside steering station. She can be set to troll as slow as 1/2 a knot.
She has 2 170 gallon aluminum fuel tanks mounted under the salon deck port and starboard. Tubing is copper and approved flex. There are cut off valves at the tanks and the engine. The water tank is 100 gallons and the holding tank is 40 gallons.
Outside Steering Station Electronics
- Furuno GP-185OD Color DGPS Plotter
- Furuno FCV-585 Sounder Display
- Simrad Robertson AP22 Autopilot Control and Display
- Wesmar Bowthruster Control
- Hynautic engine throttle and transmission controls
- Analog rudder indicator
- Furuno GaAs FET Front End 8-Tone Daylight Display radar display
- Furuno FCU- 582L Color Depth Sounder
- Furuno GP-1850D Color DGPS Plotter
- Dell computer and 15 inch monitor with Rosepoint Coastal Explorer world wide navigation software charts with lifetime updates
- Uniden Grant Lt CB Radio
- Icom VHF Marine VHF Radio IC-M59
- Simrad Robertson AP22 Auto pilot
- Caterpillar multifunction digital display with analog pressure, temperature, and tachometer gauges
- Analog rudder indicator, duel fuel gauges, and analog voltage indicator
- Samsung 17 inch flat screen television
- KVH Direct TV enclosed television satellite receiver
- Sony Sirius, XM, Bluetooth, CD, stereo
- Interior and exterior speakers with separate zone control
- 2 SMX II air conditioning control panels
The accommodations are warm and inviting. Air conditioning is provided by 2 Cruisair air conditioners and additional heat comes off the engine. The setee is three sided with an adjustable table that lowers to seat level and can be converted to a separate twin bunk. The helm and passenger seat are well padded and double width. There is great visibility from the large widows which have privacy curtains. The galley is located behind the helm and contains all the essential elements for comfort and life at sea. Down below there is a storage/ hanging locker to port and the head is to starboard. Forward is the vee berth with upper and lower bunks that are a bit larger than twin. There is a small bunk on the starboard side of the vee berth and a television above. The head contains a large vanity, medicine cabinet, and a separate electric heater in the cabinet below. The toilet is a galley maid vacuum toilet and the shower is hand held with a seating area. The bulkheads are covered in either carpet or oak veneer with solid oak fiddles covering end grain. She is very comfortable and functional and is yacht-like in fit and finish.
The galley is efficient and well thought out. Built-in appliances include a Black and Decker Space Maker coffee maker, a Black and Decker Even Toast toaster oven, and a Kenmore microwave. The grey, Formica countertop has a single, deep sink. There is oak veneer cabinetry below that is simple and of good craftsmanship. There is a built in Kenmore Elite refrigerator below the counter and a television with KVH Direct TV hanging above.
- Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass with 20 feet of 3/8 galvanized chain and apx. 150 feet of rode.
- Bennet trim tabs
- Hynautic transmission and throttle controls
- Wesmar bow thruster
- Custom radar mast
- Roof top weather station
- LED underwater lights
- Detaching dive ladder, stores under the port gunnel
- Chaffing guards that run the perimeter of the washboard
- ACR EPIRB in-date and registered
The name 'Nauti-Crew' is a trade marked name. It does not convey with the boat. It is possible to purchase the name and would be a separate negotiation. There is an extensive, custom rod inventory that is outstanding and makes the boat a truly awesome fishing machine. The rods do not convey with the boat but can be purchased separately.
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.