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Old 02-27-2011, 11:32 AM   #21
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

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But, what vessels (yachts not fishboats) are made as singles in the 50' range the poster questioned? Very few unless you can afford a Nordhavn, Selene, OA*or special build.
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Old 02-27-2011, 11:35 AM   #22
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

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But, what vessels (yachts not fishboats) are made as singles in the 50' range the poster questioned? Very few unless you can afford a Nordhavn, Selene, OA*or special build.
They are rare, but they are out there. A serious search would be required. As I am not in the market, I won't execute the search.

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Old 02-27-2011, 12:14 PM   #23
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

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But, what vessels (yachts not fishboats) are made as singles in the 50' range the poster questioned? Very few unless you can afford a Nordhavn, Selene, OA*or special build.
They are rare, but they are out there. A serious search would be required. As I am not in the market, I won't execute the search.

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Delfin and we have trawlers that fit that description.******


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It seems most of the larger single engine trawler have a close relationship with mfg that built commercial trawler that had to convert to pleasure.* Our trawler was from a mold that was used for fishing trawler that Ed Monk convert to pleasure.* So commercial/work *brokers/yards/mfg would be the places to look.* Most of the sites already posted are more commercial work boats. Delta, Northern Marina, West Marina and others originally build commercial boats.* *As RickB said, I am a wantabe commercial trawler.*


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Old 02-27-2011, 02:28 PM   #24
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single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

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Here are some photos.* We've had her for five years now and are really happy with her.* Plenty of room to take others along with us.* And rather affordable in this time of rising fuel prices.* Have her under cover and slowly work on upgrades and details.* The 46 is a flushdeck, and can roll in a beam sea.* Some have been fitted with stabilizers.* Mark


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Old 02-27-2011, 05:21 PM   #25
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

Cheoy Lee 46' is a great boat- as is the marine trader 50, as is the marine trader 49 RPH and the defever 49 RPH though the last 2, as far as I have ever seen, are only 2 staterooms. The bayliner 4588/4788 is an option as well though I am not wild about the stateroom configuration so much. The 4588 approaches very good fuel economy @ hull speed and has a nice teak interior. We also really like the Defever 47 POC except for the fact that there is no lower helm door to the foredeck, rendering those boats with a lower helm essentially useless from our standpoint. A hatt 53 classic would be a great fit too except for those DD engines.

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Here are some photos.* We've had her for five years now and are really happy with her.* Plenty of room to take others along with us.* And rather affordable in this time of rising fuel prices.* Have her under cover and slowly work on upgrades and details.* The 46 is a flushdeck, and can roll in a beam sea.* Some have been fitted with stabilizers.* Mark


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That is a great looking boat.... I love the rock formation in the last photo.... just East of Cape Horn right??. I was single handing on that section of the river last summer and just off that wall.... the boat started to make the strangest low pitch growling sound... I was about to do a engine room check when a locomotive emerged from a tunnel 100 yards abeam to me and cut loose with his horn... I just about crapped my pants!...
I didn't happen to pass you while you were anchored in the hook inside of Miller Island on my trip down river in September did I?
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

That is Cape Horn, on our way to Beacon Rock.** The uncropped photo shows a freight train just entering the tunnel you refer to.* And, I've also experienced the same sense of fear/dread when hearing what turned out to be a locomotive on the shore.* Mark
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I'm not 100% against twin screws- I just have grown to like the single screw reduction in costs on every regard. Most all the single screw boats in the 45-50' range seem to be the steel trawler variety. Closest I have seen are some of the CHB 45' pilothouses but pretty sure most all of them are 2 stateroom layouts. More than likely a twin screw set up would be close to the only option in that size range and all my larger boats prior to this one have been twin screws so I definitely can appreciate their ease of handling!

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You might want to add Sea Rangers to your list... our's is a 47 with raised pilothouse and three staterooms... *twin 135 Ford Lehmans cruising 6 to 7 knots on about 3 to 4 gallons per hour including use of our generator...
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Sea Ranger would definitely be a very good option- love the layout and lines of your boat!
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RE: single screw 48-50', 3 stateroom- suggestions?

One of these days, I'll post some pix of the interior...she is quite comfortable for a family.. as I mentioned, 3 staterooms, 2 heads (the master head has a bathtub), a traditional salon and adjacent galley which has an extra bonus, a separate pantry!
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