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Old 11-23-2019, 09:59 AM   #1
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FOR SALE: 1990 44ft Tollycraft in Florida

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I am selling my 1990 Tollycraft 44 CPMY and 8 yrs of ownership. She has 2005 Yanmar 370hp engines and a 10kw 2008 Maspower generator. Electronics and interior have all been updated and she has custom holding plate based fridge and giant freezer. She is ready to go on for long distance runs to the Bahamas! Asking $139k, located Boca Raton
Full details can be found at https://tollycraft.heatzig.com
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Old 11-23-2019, 06:24 PM   #2
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That's a fine looking vessel....
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Are the specs somewhere, I didnít see them, beam, draft, etc.
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Old 11-23-2019, 07:43 PM   #4
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Are the specs somewhere, I didnít see them, beam, draft, etc.
I just updated the website with some more info.
Dimensions
LOA: 44 ft 0 in (I measure 47ft from end of swim platform to tip of pulpit)
Beam: 14 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
400g fuel, 120g fresh water, 2x20g holding tanks
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It is a very nice looking boat.
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Please provide average cruising speed on a full plane and gph fuel usage at that speed.

What is top speed at WOT? Gph is is not requested at top speed - LOL!
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Air draft please. How high is it when in the water. What bridge can it fit under?
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Old 11-24-2019, 10:18 AM   #8
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Please provide average cruising speed on a full plane and gph fuel usage at that speed.

What is top speed at WOT? Gph is is not requested at top speed - LOL!
I normally cruise at 2950rpm 16.5 knots, burn is around 22gph. I base the burn off Yanmar charts as I do not have floscan or any other way of accurately measuring burn rate at different rpm. Top end is 3475 rpm at 20.5 knots. I can fit under 17ft bridges with my antennas down.
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Old 11-24-2019, 10:37 AM   #9
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Nice boat. Lots of fuel capacity for longer trips.

These folks have the same boat with the older CAT engines and get great fuel economy cruising and living/working on board from Canada to the Bahamas at trawler speeds for the past few years - check out their cost of ownership videos.

https://www.youtube.com/user/RideauCShel
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I normally cruise at 2950rpm 16.5 knots, burn is around 22gph. I base the burn off Yanmar charts as I do not have floscan or any other way of accurately measuring burn rate at different rpm. Top end is 3475 rpm at 20.5 knots. I can fit under 17ft bridges with my antennas down.
"I base the burn off Yanmar charts as I do not have floscan or any other way of accurately measuring burn rate at different rpm. Top end is 3475 rpm at 20.5 knots"
The charts are based on a prop exponent and are often off a bunch when compared to some installations.
Your recorded top speed here is 3475 rpm... do you know what the rated WOT speeds are for your engines?
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"I base the burn off Yanmar charts as I do not have floscan or any other way of accurately measuring burn rate at different rpm. Top end is 3475 rpm at 20.5 knots"
The charts are based on a prop exponent and are often off a bunch when compared to some installations.
Your recorded top speed here is 3475 rpm... do you know what the rated WOT speeds are for your engines?
I'm fully within Yanmar 6lystp specs. WOT under load is 3400-3500 and WOT in neutral is 3700-3800. Yanmar states continuous duty is 3100 rpm but I feel that is too high (as does the Boatdiesel.com community)
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Old 11-27-2019, 05:44 PM   #12
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Air draft please. How high is it when in the water. What bridge can it fit under?

My 1992 Tollycraft 44 will just fit under the bridges on the west end of the Erie Canal with the radar removed. I measured 14' 8".
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heatz, please check your PMs.
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Old 12-06-2019, 03:19 PM   #14
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Old 12-06-2019, 03:25 PM   #15
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No pics.
If you go to http://tollycraft.heatzig.com/ you should see videos and pictures (click on pictures)
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inquiry on 44 Tollycraft

I can't figure out how to work this website!! I'm not trusted yet!!
Anyhow, my wife and I are looking for a vessel in this size and price range. This boat does not appear to have a galley. You can contact me at "chivyw@aol.com"
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I can't figure out how to work this website!! I'm not trusted yet!!
Anyhow, my wife and I are looking for a vessel in this size and price range. This boat does not appear to have a galley. You can contact me at "chivyw@aol.com"
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If you're referring to the 44' Tollycraft... I can pretty much guarantee it has a galley.
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Nice photo of the galley in the link, not sure about bathroom though...
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Old 12-07-2019, 05:33 PM   #19
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Nice photo of the galley in the link, not sure about bathroom though...
I knew I was missing some photos. Will try to get them added asap. For some reason you have to click on the photos, otherwise they show up cropped. I'll add some full size galley shots too. Thanks for all the interest.
EDIT: the eisenglass (strataglass) is in perfect shape - the photos show water from just washing her)
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Boat is ready to cruise the Bahamas!
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