Custom Cruising Tug 27' Custom Trawler
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|Builder||Marben Marine/Port Townsend Boatworks/Owner|
|Lying||Hood Canal, WA, USA|
|Fuel capacity||123.0 G Total - 3 Tanks|
|Water capacity||300.0 G Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||12.0 G Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 47hp|
|Detroit 2-53 (1992)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 698|
|Engine Cooled||Fresh Water|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||1.0 G /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||6 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||7 knots|
Propeller 21 X 16 RH Blade, Shaft 1-1/4 inch stainless, Rudder inboard cored FRP, Sea valves nylon, McMurray windlass, 25# CQR anchor with 250 feet of chain, spare 14# Danforth anchor, Norcold 3 CF Ac/Dc frig with internal freezer, 3 burner propane stove with oven, Webasto hot water heat, 110 volt water heater, 110 volt engine block heater (leave on during winter to keep entire boat warm), 12 gallon holding tank, Red dot heater in cabin, 30 amp ac power with polarity indicator, 4 ea. 4D batteries, Heart inverter, Kabota diesel generator with 100 amp alternator for charging batteries, 3 ea. 1500 GPH bilge pumps with float switches, Blaster 12 volt dc deck and anchor wash down pump, 315 gallon water tanks (125 gal and 190 gal FRP), Surflo 12 volt DC fresh water pump, 2 ea. Model 12 Extrol expansion tanks,
Detroit model 2-53, 2 cylinder 47 hp. diesel engine, analog tachometer, dual lever Morse controls, Borg Warner 2:1 reduction gear, cooling and oil pressure alarms, Fresh water engine cooling, wet exhaust, oil cooler, transmission cooler, seawater strainer, 3 diesel tanks (port 30 gal. starboard 55 gal. stern 38 gal.2 FRP 1 aluminum), Xantrex 20 amp trucharge multi-stage battery charger. Magma barbeque.
12 volt, 4 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
GRP Construction with Full-displacement underwater profile, paint finish
FRP construction with a hand-laid hull from a Marvin Marine fishing vessel mold. Full displacement. The pilothouse and decks were professionally constructed at Port Townsend Shipwright Cooperative. Deck beams are 2" X 3" laminated mahogany, bulkheads are mahogany plywood with all stainless steel fastenings. Floors, deck, and stringers are cored FRP. Keel is molded to the hull.
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
|Raw water wash|
|Heads||1 heads (Electric)|
Cabin entry is through the cockpit sliding door or through the port or starboard sliding door amidship to the pilothouse. Through the cockpit sliding door to port there is the long galley with Norcold refer, double stainless sink, and cooker with oven. Galley has very generous storage as well as large windows. To starboard there is an exceptionally large settee, again with two large windows.
Then up three stairs to a pilothouse with very impressive visibility and rich teak appointments. Sliding doors to port and starboard with 360 degree view through windows all around. Two bulkhead-mounted folding seats allow for comfort on long passages. Dickinson diesel heater rounds off the comfort level to a T.
Forward down the stairs to the forward cabin with the head/shower and v-berths to starboard. The head is unusually roomy for a boat this size.
2 berths with 0 doubles and 2 singles in 1 cabin(s) 3 burner gas cooker
Garmin 176 C 12 parallel channel, WAAS-enabled GPS/Chart plotter with built in maps. Sitex CVS-106 color CRT fish finder/sounder. Sitex T-185 7" CRT Marine Radar 32 NM, 4kW,19.9" Radome Antenna. Sitex SP70 autopilot. SBE Seacommand VHF 55Channel. 2 Inch Ritchie compass. Uniden 520 CB. Apline stereo with CD and equalizer. ComNav rudder angle indicator.
Electric McMurray Windlass (with remote control)
(Plow & Danforth)
250'0" of chain
Livingston 7 foot dinghy (unknown year)
|Rod Holders||2 Rod Holders|
3 bilge pumps (0 manual / 3 Electric)