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Old 11-25-2012, 12:28 PM   #1
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1967 44' Garden Trawler $89,000

Design Number: 495, with modifications by Mr. Garden to enclose flybridge
Wood Hull: 5/4" Mahogany planking over frames at 12" centers
L.O.A.: 44'-0''
L.W.L.: 40'-3"
Breadth: 15'-0"
Draft: 4'-4"
Height: 19'-6", to top of mast light
Fuel: 1050 Gal., Racor manifold filter system, Consumption at 7-8 knots is 3-4 gal/hr.
Water: 325 Gal. with filter system and new hot water heater (2010)
Displacement: 44,000#
Power: Twin Perkins 130 (approx. 3,300 hours), with Velvet Drive Trans. (rebuilt. 2011)
Through-Hull Fittings: Completely replaced in 2009
Generator: Northern Lights 6KW (approx. 1000 hours)
Dinghy: Portland Pudgy mounted on aft cabin top with launching boom
Inverter/Charger: 2000 Watt Magnum
Batteries: AGM Start Battery (2010), 8 AGM House Batteries (2010)
60 Amp Shore Power: Two 30 Amp cords with isolators
Heads: ElectroSan (aft), Manual direct discharge (forward)
Heater: Webasto, circulating water type, to all cabins and flybridge
Food Preparation: Propane three-burner stove/oven, Isotherm refrigerator, icemaker
Electronics: 48-mile radar, depth sounder, autopilot, VHF, Hailer
Ground Tackle: Ideal Windlass, 45#CQR with 200 ft. chain and 22# Danforth

Additional data, photos and contact information: GREENSTREET - 1967 44? GARDEN TRAWLER
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:38 PM   #2
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That is one pretty boat. What yard buildt her? She looks a bit Jones Goodell-ish
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:50 PM   #3
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The boat was built at the Fung yard in Hong Kong. According to legend, these hulls were built in the Fung yard, then shipped to Long Beach and the interior was finished to the owners' specifications. Most of the owner designs were a bit unusual when compared to the Garden designed layout of this boat. I have cruised the boat with six full-sized guys and there is plently of room left over.
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:21 AM   #4
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Elegant woody. Tastefull job of enclosing the pilothouse. Beautiful and well appointed. Photos are really well done too.
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Old 11-28-2012, 10:32 AM   #5
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That seems like a lot of weight up top to my uneducated eye.
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Old 11-28-2012, 11:06 AM   #6
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I am not sure how to respond to your comment other than to say that the enclosure was designed by Bill Garden and is of relatively light materials. When I purchased the boat, I had concerns regarding weight aloft also, but for different reasons. I removed a half-sized chest freezer and two large love seats that the previous owner had installed and replaced the seating with chairs. I doubt that Mr. Garden had that kind of weight in mind when drew the enclosure. Based on my offshore experience, she doesn't roll all that much and the enclosure provides a warm and place to operate the boat in PNW waters.
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:04 AM   #7
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Bill Garden had such talent ,

I think if he drew a straight line , it would be fantastic!
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Old 11-29-2012, 10:29 AM   #8
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Obviously your boat has served you well and looks very well kept up. For wood boat lovers it should be a strong contender. Do you keep it in covered storage?

I've seen several 40' - 50' boats with "heavy" flybridges added. Bill Garden, Ed Monk, Art DeFever or otherwise, their stability calculations may or may not require more ballast, "fuller" tanks, no furniture beyond weight XYZ, dinghy placement etc. The design modification "notes" should comment on these issues - it would be an interesting read if you have these.
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:20 PM   #9
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The boat has been kept under cover since I purchased it 1995. Prior to that it was boat house kept for some period of time in Cathlamet, Washington. I have no way of knowing how long.

What I have from Bill Garden is a original red-line mark up of a blueprint from which the enclosure was built. No calculations were included.
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