1978 Marine Trader 36 Sedan Trawler
"Pescadora" (Harpswell, Maine)
Please visit http://kopyc.net/boat/ for the photo gallery and well as the 2004 survey for "Pescadora".
Versatile two-stateroom layout, very sharp looking, this is a really
great and economical cruiser and/or liveaboard.
* Ford Lehman Diesel engine / Paragon Transmission - 3150 hours.
* LOA 36'. Displacement 23000 lbs. Draft 3'6".
* Bridge Clearance 14'6" (mast down).
* Tankage: Fuel 350 gal, Water 160 gal, Holding 56 gal.
* Cruise speed: 7.5 mph @ 1800 rpm. Mileage: 3 gph. Range 1000
Blister-free and well maintained. Many upgrades for comfort and living
aboard. Very solid throughout - upper decking fiberglass has just been
Salon Up: The spacious salon is accessed through doors aft and starboard
near the lower helm. All side and rear windows are tinted and have
mini-blinds. An L-shaped settee converts for additional sleeping space.
The galley has a sink, Norelco 12V/120V auto-switching refrigerator,
4-burner propane stove with oven, microwave, and ample storage,
including a roll out liquor cabinet. Ambiance is enhanced by a built-in
AM/FM CD with 4 speakers and string lights behind the teak valance
around the perimeter of the room. The interior woodwork and parquet
floors are beautiful.
Cabins Down: The forward Vee master sleeps two, with ample storage and
closet space. The guest cabin, to port, has an extra bunk, sleeps three
and has a closet for storage.
Engine Room: The previous owner had a scuffed piston, so the engine was
overhauled in 2002, piston was replaced, new rings were installed on all
cylinders, all bearing tolerances were inspected as new. The exhaust
elbow and all rubber hoses were also replaced less than 100 hours ago.
All oil pressure and temp sensors were replaced. New VDO temp gauges
were installed. Oil change pump and kit are included as are all spare
filters, belts, and impellers. It has a Kohler diesel 4kVA genset (1840
hours) with remote start/stop. There are 3 batteries less than two years
old, 8D house, 6D starting, and genset starting battery. There is an
automatic battery charger for the main batteries that works from shore
power or the genset. It has two automatic bilge pumps and a sea-water
exchange, ducted air conditioner (no heat). The engine room is clean and
Plumbing: There is a Raritan 6 gallon electric/engine-heat-exchange
water heater that is less than 1 year old. All plumbing between the
water heater and the engine has been replaced. It has separate Jabsco
diaphragm pumps for the house water system and the seawater deck
washdown. The head is a heavy-duty and topnotch Skipper II manual head.
Plumbing to and from the holding tank is PVC. The holding tank is
recently new and has a clear PVC viewport/clean-out for inspection and
monitoring. The fresh water tanks are less than two years old and have
an accessible sight glass for monitoring the level. The starboard head
has a vanity/sink and shower/tub.
Bridge: Full length fly-bridge, with seating for 6+, upper and lower
steering stations, depth, compass, engine controls and gauges, wooden
wheel, VHF, Loran, Stereo, Ram mic from lower DSC.
Lower Station: Standard Horizon Spectrum DSC/VHF with hailer and for
signals and portable RAM mic, JRC 2000 Raser Scan Radar, Standard
Horizon CP170 WAAS GPS color chart plotter (radar and chart plotter are
NMEA interfaced), compass, depth-finder, digital knotmeter, original
Benmar CS21 Course Setter Autopilot (works perfectly), and loud electric
horns. A third fish-finder/depth-finder is located at the stern at the
transom for fishing from the lazarette. DownEast rod holders at transom.
Spares include a King Loran and a complete (duplicate new in the box)
Danforth and plow 30-lb anchors with separate rodes and chains. Heavy
duty Sampson's post, bronze through-rail fairleads. Electric windlass
with foot switch. Ocean Marine Systems davits for an 11-foot Zodiac. A
transom door provides access to the full width swim platform and
boarding-ladder. Also full teak decks all around.
The boat is an eye-catcher! The hull above the water lie still has its
original shine; below the waterline it is smooth, true, and has no
blisters, due to this boat having been in fresh water most of its life
(NY Finger Lakes).
Miscellaneous: Included are all canvas covers, life-jackets and ring
buoys, flares, fenders, lines, and six adjustable stands for storage on
land. This boat is ready to go!
The boat is currently moored in South Harpswell, Maine (near Brunswick,
just north of Portland, ME).
Must see! Call or email today to make an appointment to see this
excellent, ready-to-go trawler.
Asking Price: $20,999 (reduced, as of April 2012)
Contact: Mark Kopyc
via email at:
or for more information, please call:
* *(410) 948-9587 mobile
This is a great boat for someone who loves Trawlers, and who can appreciate its classic style!
Let's chat... SPRING 2012 is here!
-- Edited by Daniel Kopyc on Wednesday 28th of March 2012 07:27:36 PM
-- Edited by Daniel Kopyc on Thursday 29th of March 2012 11:00:35 AM