Barry Farrell 38 Flybridge Trawler
Barry Farrell 38 Flybridge Trawler for sale | 38'0" | 1974 | 1x diesel 210hp | GRP Construction | Semi-Displacement underwater profile | 5 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 221663
|Lying||Seattle, WA USA -- At Our Docks!|
|Fuel capacity||300.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||100.0 USG Total - 3 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||25.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 210hp|
|Engine make and model||Cummins 6BT (1998)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 5000|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||1.4 USG /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||7.25 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||12 knots|
The engine was built in 1998 but not installed until 2004. This was a new engine.
All service work on the main engine and Aqua Drive has been performed by Tri County Diesel in Bellingham WA. -- this year the injectors and valves were serviced as well as all required maintenance.
There are complete service records available going back to 1998. A large number of engine spare parts and tools are also included.
All winter storage maintenance was completed each year by Jon DeJung, a registered, certified Shipwright.
There is a portable Honda generator included for battery charging.
The Honda outboard was serviced late last year by the Honda Factory Representative in Bellingham WA.
12 volt, 8 batteries charged by: engine, shore power
This Barry Farrell hull is built for heavy use. The hull is exceptionally seaworthy with a proven commercial design. In addition to the standard layup and interior work done by the factory the interior was completely rebuilt in 2004 and 2005 from the bilge up. The exterior was also refinished by Alan King Yacht Restorations in 2014.
The hull was refinished with professional two part epoxy resin/paint.
There is no external wood. All windows and doors are commercial grade. The foredeck and cockpit are water tight with large scuppers for heavy weather. The access to the upper deck is with an oversized aluminum ladder. The aft deck is covered with bimini top and there are large storage compartment under the seat.
Engine and Aqua Drive are accessed through large floor hatches and there is extra storage in the areas around the engine.
|Total # of berths||5|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||1|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
The interior is an open concept layout. Entering from the aft deck through double aluminum sliding doors you find a large convertible couch to starboard and a single chair to port and a Dickenson Newport Propane heater, one of two heating systems, forward of the chair. The second heat system is a Toyoset Kerosene Furnace with a separate fuel tank.
The head is located on the starboard side forward of the couch.
Moving forward the galley is on the port side with the lower helm forward of the galley. The dinette is opposite the galley and helm on the starboard side. The dinette also opens to a double berth.
Forward on center line is the door to the V-berth.
All new carpeting was installed 2016.
4 burner propane Stove
The electronics package includes two chart plotters, depth sounder/fish finder, VHF, auto pilot and radar.
RAYTHEON R10X 24 MILE Radar
Furuno FCV-665 Color Depth Sounder
Garmin GPS 2010
Furuno Depth Sounder
There is also a GPS chart plotter in the dinghy.
Two submersible hand-held VHF's are included.
Two new full duplex radio head sets (Ear Tec) are also included.
Also included are all paper charts from Seattle to Glacier Bay , Alaska, including the west coast of Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands. Electronic charts are also included for the same area.
The Garmin GPS plotter has 4650 saved waypoints .
Electric Lofrans Tigres windlass
(ROCNA 25 KG -- 30 LB. BRUCE - 35 LB. NORTH HILL)
270'0" of chain
11' ALURA dinghy (2005)
15hp outboard, HONDA, Short shaft (unknown year)
The main anchor is a ROCNA 25 KG with 45 fathoms or 270 feet of G4 chain. The new anchor chain is fed aft and down below the forward berth through a tube. This allows the chain to be moved out of the bow to provide a lower center of gravity with chain almost into the bilge.
There are two other anchors included . A 30 lb Bruce and 35 lb Fisherman.
When the vessel has been stored for the winter it was covered with a custom three piece canvas cover designed and built by Lohman's in Ladysmith.
here are also cockpit cushion which were restitched this year.
The 11' dinghy is a custom aluminum by Aldura.
|Rod Holders||2 Rod Holders|
All the fishing gear is included including poles, down riggers, reels, salmon equipment, bottom fish and ground fish bait.
The equipment includes Two Ladner Traps crab traps and a custom Prawn trap with 300 feet of weighted line.
There is also a research quality hydrophone on board for listening to whales.
Two Advanced Elements Inflatable Kayaks are included.
2 bilge pumps (1 manual / 1 electric)
If you want to go to Alaska and spend some real time cruising the wilds then this is the boat for you!
First about the designer / builder - Barry Farrell: Barry started his career in the industry at age 15 by working at the Alberni Shipyard in Canada and began building his own boats at age 18 and never stopped. There are over 180 boats with the Farrell name. Most of these were designed and used for commercial applications, primarily fishing, but some including this boat were built as pleasure crafts.
The seller reports that this boat is often recognized as a Barry Farrell by those who make their living on the water, and that it is respected and admired. The strong sheerline, the sharply flared bow and the elongated house are distinctive and attractive design elements. And the rounded stern is a lovely design derived from practical and efficient purpose.
This vessel was re-powered in 2004 with a New, 1998 210 HP Cummins turbo diesel engine, and the Aqua Drive was added at that time. The Aqua Drive eliminates and shaft pressure on the engine and reduces the vibration and noise level.
A major concern for long range cruisers is minimizing fuel use. The engine will consume 1.4 gallons per hour at 1200 RPMs moving the boat at 7.25 knots. This gives a range of 1000 nautical miles with a 30% reserve.
There is a long list of special options that will be reviewed in later sections but I must say at this time that all the gear is included for fishing, crabbing, kayaking ( two are included) and, most importantly, safety. There are even four cold water survival suits.
A special option is the ability to collect rain water while cruising. The upper deck is set up with drains that allow rain water to be collected and piped to water tanks (yes, the decks have to be clean). Water is always in short supply up north so this helps lengthen your cruising time.
The vessel has been stored every year for 10 years in fresh water and covered with it's custom three piece CAD designed cover.
An example of the details available , the owner states that the Pantry and Freezer have sufficient storage for four months of cruising with two people.
This is a well equipped and well maintained Costal Cruiser. It is ready to go!
** Two more things - the Canadian Duty/GST Tax is paid and the fuel is full.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.