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Old 09-01-2017, 08:33 PM   #1
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Pilot house under $100k?

Hey guys, new here. I'm wondering if there are any pilot house style trawlers in the 36-40' range, under $100k. Used, obviously - classic fiberglass ideally. Even if not a true pilot house, I love the feel and layout of a centered helm and partitioned wheelhouse. Are there any lower-priced trawlers with this sort of arrangement? I'm looking for something under $100k, preferably way under. Grand Banks or Aldin 36 is the ideal size for me, and I'd be seriously considering them if not for the helm position. Even so, they may be my go-to if there aren't any pilot houses in a similar price range. Just curious if there are any out there that I haven't come across yet.
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Diesel Ducks, but it will be hard to find unless you build it yourself!
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Diesel Ducks, but it will be hard to find unless you build it yourself!
I think either option would be over my budget! Those are great boats though.
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Check out Craigslist Tampa Bay, there's a Krogen 42 offered for $45,000. It's a 1977 and needs some TLC.
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Lord Nelson Victory Tug. Usually right around $100-120k.
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Old 09-02-2017, 06:48 AM   #6
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Thanks guys - I'll check out the Victory Tugs and the Krogen in FL. Any other brands/models I should seek out for this type of layout?
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Look at a 40 ft blue water . There are 2 or 3 on YW.
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Way under , but no forest of dead trees inside.


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Another vote for Bluewater 40. Usually 1 or 2 will be for sale around your budget.
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Was looking at this for friend and thought it was pretty nice vessel,

1983 Monk Sea Horse Trawler Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

Looked fairly good value @ 70k

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And a third vote for the Bluewater 40.

Been my home for two years now. Awesome boat
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Thanks guys, much appreciated!
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I have the mysterious Sundowner 36 that would sell under $100 K.
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Here's one:

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There will be many older boats many made in Asia. Be prepared to turn down any that do poorly on key survey issues and accept that significant upgrading and repair may be needed for others. Occasionally a boat comes on the market where the previous owner has done all the hard work, and with patience you can find one of that category.
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Willard 40?
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Old 09-06-2017, 02:50 PM   #20
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In case you're not aware, if you go to Yachtworld and select "Advanced Search", there is a category for "Pilothouse". On that page there is also ways to corral your search for max price, a range of LOA, # of engines, Yr model, etc. However be aware their categories tend to overlap quite a bit so you might want to include categories like motor yacht and trawler.
A quick glance showed about 40 boats that might meet your needs just in the pilothouse category. One that caught my eye was a 32' Nordic Tug for $97k.

...but then i'm a bit partial to Tug designs
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