40í PACIFIC TRAWLER FOR SALE
Itís time for SPIRIT BEAR to move to her next caretaker. She is a single-stateroom version of the 40í Pacific Trawler. This option, along with her full-beam salon layout opens up the salon to allow not only excellent salon living, but a large and completely equipped galley as well. She is fully equipped for both Pacific Northwest cruising (including diesel heat) AND cruising in more temperate climates. She is equipped for underway operation in stocking feet from the warm, dry pilothouse, a covered cockpit to shield you from the sun and rain, and a bimini and cushions for the flying bridge when itís toasty and sunny. She has screens on all windows, and air conditioning when the temperature and/or bugs drive you indoors!
Equipped with a single mechanically-controlled John Deere diesel engine, she achieves her nominal 8.5-knot cruising speed at 1400 RPM on 3.7 gallons per hour, including generator time. Fully self-contained, SPIRIT BEAR is an Alaskan and British Columbia vet, having easily circumnavigated Vancouver Island, poked through much of the northern coast of BC, and much of Southeast Alaska. Her storage capacity, 6KW auxiliary generator, diesel heat, range (almost 1000 nm at 8 kts), watermaker, and general amenities make her an ideal coupleís boat with occasional guests. With a large rudder and a powerful bow thruster, close-quarter maneuvering is easily accomplished.
She is stored in covered moorage in Everett, WA, and is equipped with a folding mast and boom to reduce her air draft, and provide dinghy launch from the boat deck. Once launched, the boat deck provides a terrific summertime lounge area. In addition, her staple-equipped open cockpit allows easy dinghy entry and exit, and single-level access to the entire boat. Rigorously maintained by her owner, SPIRIT BEAR is turn-key ready. Load your stores and clothes, and push off!
She is listed with Waterline Boats in Seattle (https://waterlineboats.com/
), where her full specifications, asking price of $219,000, and numerous photographs and a video can be found. Please contact Gretchen Miles at (425-231-0344) or firstname.lastname@example.org