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Allied/Pacific Coast Yachts Group
A great example of this timeless Bertram design. Nearly 3000 of these boats where built over nearly 25 years. This one has received lots of attention in its lifetime and has been upgraded and maintained on an ongoing basis. If you are looking for a functional, good looking weekender with an unbelievable ride, have a look at "Mooch".
Excellent cruiser for 2-4 persons with V-berth stateroom forward followed by main salon with galley and head to port and lower helm and convertible dinette to starboard. Large aft cockpit provides lots of real estate for fishing, swimming or enjoying time aboard. Full swim grid for easy access for swimming or boarding.
Command bridge has bench seat that can help keep everyone in the action. Lower helm provides ability to escape weather in the unlikely event it might dampen your day on the water!
A comfortable and capable small cruiser.
Twin 5.0l/305 cid 228 hp Mercruisers, FWC with approximately 1350 hours on meters.
Cruise: 17 kts @ 3000-3150 rpm.
WOT: 27 kts @ 3900 rpm.
Fuel: 190 US gallons in fiberglass tank. Shut-offs on fuel lines. Fuel filters fitted to each engine.
Water: 50 US gallons in 2 tanks. Pressurized domestic hot/cold water system. 6 US gallon water heater that runs off 120 VAC dockside power and engine cooling system coil. Shower system in head with floor drain to shower water recovery pump system.
Waste: 15 US gallons. Manual pump marine head pumps to holding tank which can be pumped out at shore holding tank pumpout facility or overboard via macerator where allowable.
Diesel: 5 gallons aluminum tank with filler in coaming is currently not in use and requires service. 2 1/2 gallon outboard daytank currently in service until aluminum tank repairs complete.
12 volt DC ship service electrical system with master switches, master breakers and distribution panel with individual branch circuit breaker switches.
30 Amp X 120 volt AC dockside power system with 30 amp dockside cord, inlet fitting, master breaker and distribution panel with individual branch circuit breaker switches. GFCI outlets.
Danforth anchor with 20' X 5/16" chain and 200+' line rode.
Espar diesel furnace with outlets in main salon, head and V-berth stateroom. Thermostat control at galley.
Custom radar post with hinge to allow post to be folded down for boathouse access.
Swim grid with swim ladder and steps to cockpit.
Stainless steel cockpit rails, side rails, bow rails and command bridge rails.
Stainless steel command bridge ladder.
Triple command bridge seat with folding back sections.
Aluminum framed windows. (Some slide open and are fitted with insect screens.)
Cockpit hatches fitted with drains and manifolded for water extraction.
Canvas: Windscreen privacy curtain. Command bridge helm and seat covers.
2 X Woods roto-molded coolers.
2 X Springfield collapsible cockpit chairs.
Boathouse kept since Feb 2018. Exterior cosmetic condition excellent.