North Sea 38' Pilothouse Trawler
We are selling our 1973 North Sea 38' Pilothouse Trawler.
Built in Japan, this is Hull #2.
This is a Blaine Seeley design and originally owned by Blaine Seeley. This same design was used in the Pacific Trawlers.
She's made a trip up the Inside Passage to Juneau in the summer of 2013, and she's ready to go again!
Double planked Mahogany on Apilong frames
Power: Perkins 6.354 turbo....burns 2 gph at 7 knots
ENGINE HOURS: 2852
Northern Lights 5 KW generator Hours: 387
Heart 25 Inverter, with Link 1000 control
Lewco 1240 back-up charger
Dickson external hydraulic stern thruster
6-6V House Batteries
1- Steel 400 gallon fuel tank
1- Stainless Steel 160 gallon water tank
Seward 11 gallon hot water heater (installed 2012)
2- 5 gallon propane tanks
1- Aluminum 4 gallon day tank for Dickenson heater
Ideal 12V Windlass
Bruce 20 kg bow anchor with 75' of 3/8" chain and 300' of 5/8" nylon
Danforth 20h anchor
200' of 5/8" rode
Standard Horizon Marine Radio Model Explorer GPS GX1700 (installed 2012)
Furuno Marine Radar 1623 (installed 2013)
Garmin 2010 GPS Plotter
Vitrifrigo Refrigerator, 12V/110, Model C1151 DX NA (installed 2012)
Seward 3-burner Princess Stove (installed 2012)
Fixed Drinking Water Filter at sink
Cool Blue freezer unit, 2-door
6-#5 Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers
Fire Boy MA2-500 FE241 in engine compartment, automatic
New Wallas forced air diesel furnace 30DT
Dickenson diesel heater "Antarctic"
Red dot engine heater
500W electric baseboard heater in forward cabin
1000W electric wall heater in salon
Avon R.I.B. with Honda 8hp 4-stroke engine
4 salon windows with sliders installed 2012
Double back doors replaced with custom single door 2012
Pilothouse doors replaced 2013
Custom canvas cockpit enclosure
Her salon is approximately 10x10 and boasts a settee that folds down to a king-size bed for guests. Forward V-berth has insert available to make into a large sleeping area for couples that prefer to cuddle. Full shower stall in the head, so no wet head on this boat.
If interested, you can visit our blog at adventuresofcloudnine.blogspot.com
We will be taking more photos of the inside soon and can provide those to anyone who is interested.