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Now this is one of the coolest converted expedition boats I have seen in a while. I could see this going from San Diego to Nome.



See post 13.972 in this topic, the ship has been flagged.

Greeting,,

Pascal.
 
Now this is one of the coolest converted expedition boats I have seen in a while. I could see this going from San Diego to Nome.



See post 13.972 in this topic, the ship has been flagged.

Greeting,

Pascal.
 
Now this is one of the coolest converted expedition boats I have seen in a while. I could see this going from San Diego to Nome.

I've admired this boat as we pass it often at the dock. It's at SDYC or SWYC, can't remember which. Inside is a bit cave-like which I suppose is due to it's origin as an expedition boat but very cool from the outside.
 

Yup. Checks nearly all my boxes.
 
I've admired this boat as we pass it often at the dock. It's at SDYC or SWYC, can't remember which. Inside is a bit cave-like which I suppose is due to it's origin as an expedition boat but very cool from the outside.

a few pictures before the link joins the dustbin of dead data
 

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and here her sister in Holland was sold arround 650 k. was a little bit dark inside and no hatches or natural ligt in all the staterooms.....but a nice ship
 
For those of you interested in ferrocement, here's a 50 year old gem available for free. Its hull has never touched water, at least not on the outside!

It comes with an amazing organic garden growing on the interior staircase, plus a huge amount of freshwater in the cabin, enough to take you around the world.

Better hurry, because "the amount of interest that has been shown in the sailboat has been mind blowing!"

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This is an interesting little package, and you would never ever have to even wash it! What could be better...and it's salty.


2010 Aluminum Cruiser Custom

Vagrant Sea is a custom welded aluminum cruiser designed and built for Northwest waters. She packs a lot of comfort and into an easy to handle, reliable and very efficient low hour package.

Features include:

Bus heaters (3)

Stand up shower

Nova Kool refer

Jabsco head

Seastar hydraulic steering

Bilge pumps (3)

Bow thruster

Furuno GPS/Sounder

Furuno radar

Raymarine autopilot

And much more!
 

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Another aluminum boat low maintenance.


Oceanvoyager.net twin-engine trawler

Price reduced 200k within the last month!!

Sale due to special circumstance

Unbeatable value

Smaller trades sail or power considered

2021 Ocean Voyager Long Range TARA is a rock-solid expedition yacht, easily managed by two crew, and built for an experienced cruising couple using the following mandates:

· Built for tough conditions

· Self reliant

· High efficiency in all functions

· Low fuel consumption at practical offshore cruising conditions

· Very low maintenance do to durable material choice and system access

· Very well insulated for hot and cold conditions

· Very large area for solar charging system (1600 watts)

· Well insulated engine room for sound reduction

· Practical redundancy with twin engines and electrical systems

· Shallow draft allowing more navigation and anchoring possibilities

· Low windage as practical for less drift and more stability

· Easily maneuvered in marinas, spin in it’s own length

· Inside and outside helm

· Oversize anchor gear

· Comfortable interior for long term living

· Large open back deck for minimum 12’ tender

· Spacious outside seating area doe living and dining

· Easy aft water access

The naval architecture was done by Ulf Rogeberg, and incorporates an extremely efficient sailboat hull form for cruising under power. With twin 150hp diesels that provide a 9 knot cruising speed burning an astonishing 3.5 gallons per hour. (using only about 160hp of the 300 total horsepower available) At eight knots, TARA can cruise non-stop from the Caribbean to New England. In the transition to ecologically conscious yachting, TARA is leading the pack.

The hull and deck are resin infused foam-cored fiberglass, molded by a prestigious New England shipyard, one of the finest composite shipyards in the US. All exterior and interior design and completion was done by Ocean Voyager. TARA’s superstructure is a custom welded aluminum that has been left natural. While there is no such thing as a maintenance-free vessel, TARA is very close to that ideal.

For a short-handed crew or cruising couple, it is worth noting that TARA easily spins in her own length with a powerful thruster and the rudders sited well aft of the center of effort. Comportment around marina docks is far better than most 70+ foot yachts.

TARA’s interior is bright and open, finished off in Herreshoff style with mahogany trim and white panels, Sisal carpets, large windows and white headliners. Headroom is generous throughout. Her exterior offers a very large covered seating /dining area, a 12’ Ternder storage with crane, comfortable water access, and both very spacious lazatette and forcastle

For more information on the builder of Tara, please click here www.oceanvoyager.net
 
There's certainly a crowd here on the TF which admires these LRC style cruisers. I'm surprised that the owner didn't specify about double the fuel capacity, thus giving it a true Bluewater 3000nm range.

I think this may have been posted when it sold a few years ago, here are some pictures for when the link expires. I did screenshot because the extensions will not allow uploading.
 

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That is a very unique and somewhat odd boat. I wonder about how the connection between the FRP deck and aluminum hull and deck house is done? It's hard to imagine that could be managed to compensate for the wide difference in thermal expansion between the two materials. Also, how do you prevent salt water penetrating the joint when the aluminum is not coated? The upper helm is very exposed, I would think you would rarely be able to run the boat from up there so that forces you down to operate inside all the time. Doesn't seem like a setup that would be fun unless you were intending to operate in the extreme latitudes. I like the FPB styles boats, but for me this one misses the mark.
So many questions...
 
That is a very unique and somewhat odd boat. I wonder about how the connection between the FRP deck and aluminum hull and deck house is done? It's hard to imagine that could be managed to compensate for the wide difference in thermal expansion between the two materials. Also, how do you prevent salt water penetrating the joint when the aluminum is not coated? The upper helm is very exposed, I would think you would rarely be able to run the boat from up there so that forces you down to operate inside all the time. Doesn't seem like a setup that would be fun unless you were intending to operate in the extreme latitudes. I like the FPB styles boats, but for me this one misses the mark.
So many questions...
Agree. They stuck a aluminum house on a sailboat hull-trying to look like the FPB boats? I would question how it handles without the counter balance of a mast. Without a ballasted keel, I would think this boat would be extremely rolly at anchor and sea. Curious it doesn't have any pictures out of the water, and I didn't see mention of stabilizers, which would be a must for this boat (I don't see stabilizer screens at either helm).
 
The thing I find curious about it is the inside helm is very far aft in the pilothouse, and in the boat. Visibility over the bow will be poor.
 
The thing I find curious about it is the inside helm is very far aft in the pilothouse, and in the boat. Visibility over the bow will be poor.
I think that has more to do with the wide angle lens. If you count how many side windows back the helm is and then compare to the side view (two side windows back), it is not that far back from the front windows/bow
 
This is an interesting little package, and you would never ever have to even wash it! What could be better...and it's salty.


2010 Aluminum Cruiser Custom

Vagrant Sea is a custom welded aluminum cruiser designed and built for Northwest waters. She packs a lot of comfort and into an easy to handle, reliable and very efficient low hour package.

Features include:

Bus heaters (
I think this may have been posted when it sold a few years ago, here are some pictures for when the link expires. I did screenshot because the extensions will not allow uploading.
When I saw your "Tara" I thinking at this one for sale 200k$ few year ago, a former sailing boat converted in trawler who was for sale first in Indian sea and later in South Africa ...Same "familly ?
 
Found a couple of more interesting boats. This one looks to be well built. How do you feel about aluminum?

€449,500 (US$481,752) tax included


2010 Custom Pure 49 Explorer

General: PURE 49.
Named, Pure Offshore.
Design, Willem Nieland, designer of the European Boat of the year 2012
Built by Pure Premium Yachts - The Netherlands.
Built, 2010.
Classification, CE -A.
Material, Aluminium.
Dimensions,
Length, 15, 29 m.
Beam, 4,66 m.
Draft, 1,15 m.
Displacement, 13,6 tonnes.
Max. speed, 33 knots.
Hull, aluminium.
Hull with Noxudol soundbarrier.
Decks, aluminium.
Superstructures, aluminium.
Fuel tanks, 2.200 + 700 litres.
Fresh water tank 1.000 + 150 litres.
All fuel piping in stainless steel.
Double and reversable fuelfilters with water separation.
Windows, thermopane safety glass.
Portholes, stainless steel.
Hatches, stainles steel.
Windows, portholes and hatches with mosquito-netting.
Hatches, 2x, Webasto(150x110), electric.
 

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Here's what I think is one of the best looking Great Harbors. And with an interesting story.


2002 Great Harbour N37 | 37ft​


US$379,000

An opportunity to own a timeless classic in the Great Harbour line of trawlers and this N37 comes with features and a history that no other Great Harbour can boast about. This vessel has been maintained impeccably over her years and is ready to cruise immediately. A few words about "Pickette's Pub" from her builder and creator, Ken Fickett: “Pickette's Pub”

In late 2000 I imagined a new design based on the very successful Great Harbour 37 hull. This would be a much easier to build boat with all of the best features of a GH37 without the complexity of so many fiberglass parts and with a real walk-in engine room. As a designer of boats and aircraft I am one of those guys that manages to get sea sick and air sick! I wanted a driving position considerably lower to the water with a lower center of gravity than the GH37 has. I wanted a boat that would be comfortable in most any sea state that could cross oceans.

“Pickette's Pub”, then “Semper Fi”, as many of our company boats are named, was built by a very select crew of craftsmen with their work being constantly managed by me. We were building this boat for me and my family. There were numerous totally unique features that were never repeated in any other N37 since the costs were prohibitive. Interior pocket doors with custom hardware, spectacular “ceiling strips” that grace the sides of the hull in the master stateroom and the guest cabin, all inset doors and drawers instead of simple face drawers and doors finished of a look that is totally classic. I wanted a vessel that would defy an age description, a timeless boat.

She was shown at the New Port Rhode Island Boat Show after making a trip to Bermuda from Jacksonville, Florida that was chronicled by George Sass in Yachting Magazine. She was the hit of the Show. From there it was to Annapolis for the Grand Daddy of US Shows. At Annapolis arrangements were made to send one of their writers on a historic trip in January of 2002. She was the first American vessel allowed into Havana Harbor without being “under gun”. That moment was forever captured on the cover of the June 2002 cover of Passage Maker Magazine and written about as a major story. Semper Fi (Pickette's Pub) came to Miami for the Miami Boat Show where it was picketed by anti-Castro protesters. Very exciting times in a very exciting boat!

After the Miami Show Semper Fi (Pickette's Pub) settled into a less hectic life that my family took advantage of with numerous Bahama trips, cruising Florida and extended trips to the keys. Looking at her today she is definitely better equipped then when she was new. I would leave tomorrow for the Bahamas, Bermuda or the Great Loop. I miss her….

Ken Fickett

Call Captain Joe Senn at 352-745-1678 for more information or to make an appointment to view this gorgeous yacht.
 

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Single screw 42’ Grand Banks
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I know there was someone here that really wants a single screw 42’ Grand Banks. Don’t see them very often.
I have no affiliation.
 
A 78 should be fiberglass, the changeover year was earlier in the 70s I think.
74 if memory serves me, never heard of a 42 single though that's cool.

What site is that?
 

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