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Old 07-04-2016, 04:19 PM   #1
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40ft Custom Diesel Trawler

Custom Bruce Roberts Trawler located in Conway, Northern Washington State, Snohomish County. Near Anacortes and La Conner.
Well equipped trawler perfectly suited for the Northwest; has cruised from Ballard locks to San Francisco, back to the Ballard locks and
beyond, returning south to the Bay area once again. Trucked back to Skagit County where she has undergone extensive refits and upgrades.
Currently out of the water so getting a full survey will be easy.
- Robust hand laid Solid Fiberglass hull
- Power: Isuzu 6BD1 Diesel with 250 hours, new 105 amp alternator w/Balmar solid state voltage regulator
-Vetus Bow Thruster
-New Gulf Coast partial bypass oil filtration system with remote oil filter
-28X28 Three blade bronze prop on 1.75 inch stainless shaft with new line cutter
-Fuel Capacity: 455 gallons Fresh water capacity: 150 gallons
Galley up design with gimbaled Force 10 stove/oven, Microwave, 10 Cu Ft. Fridge and setee for 4
Staterooms: Two with 4 berths and additional fold down table for children
Head/shower with additional washroom capable of adding second head
-LOA 40Ft BEAM: 13.5 Ft. DRAFT: 4 Ft
Rose Point Coastal Explorer charting software running on wireless nav net
Comm. - VHF1 Icom M-127 VHF2 Icom M-57 VHF3 Uniden MHS125 (handheld)
Furuno GPS, Autopilot, Radar
Depth: #1 Interphase Probe, #2 Airmar depth/temp DT800 (new not installed)
Anti-collision: Digital Yacht AIT2000 Class B Transponder
New 4KW pure sine wave inverter with 100 amp charger
I have over 18 years experience building/refitting, and didnít cut any corners.
This is a safe, capable vessel. Priced for quick sale. The engine alone is worth $12,000.
Selling because my plans have drastically changed due to circumstances beyond my control.

Move in and head out for adventures immediately! Summer is just getting started!

See more pictures at 40ft Custom Bruce Roberts Trawler Powerboat for Sale

Call Paul @ 360-567-6178 or email

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Old 07-04-2016, 07:29 PM   #2
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Definitely lacking outside railings.

Kar-KEEN-ez Koot
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Old 07-04-2016, 07:38 PM   #3
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Yeah. Sorry. We have the rails and whoever buys the boat can put them on. Paul worked 11 months, 7 days a week last year, and 2 months so far this year to transform this boat. All that time away from me, his wife. The price reflects the 'lack of rails'. If we had it finished, we would be asking double. Our plans for the boat have changed, and we just want to sell it and get him home again. So we are asking less than even his labor would be at minimum wage, actually, not even including his labor costs at $37,500. So again, yes, without rails. But still an amazing price for what IS there. And, the boat made the voyage twice from Seattle to SF WITHOUT rails, and noone fell overboard, so technically, because of the high combing, the rails are not urgent. Someone could take this boat RIGHT NOW up the inside passage and be fine.
Someone, perfect for Gambler, will see all the beauty and quality that IS there in the boat now, and have the skills and/or money to finish the few things left needing done and have an amazing boat at a very, very good price.
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Old 07-04-2016, 07:47 PM   #4
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Seems cheap.
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Old 07-04-2016, 10:47 PM   #5
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Impressive ER height. Seems like an awful big wheel for the shaft size. Lot of potential for someone wanting to finish out to one's personal taste, although a very nice vessel now. Looks solid.

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Old 07-05-2016, 08:09 AM   #6
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Thanks! Big wheel, yes. But steers really well and fast to respond.

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