Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Waterline Boats offloaded a 2019 Bracewell 41 Trawler at the Port of Seattle last Thursday.

Our Waterline Boats offload crew arrived to the Port Of Seattle for an eight am offload last week - all went according to schedule with the offload. Once the trawler was lowered to the water and clear of the container ship the offload crew boarded. Systems were checked, the engine started and the Bracewell 41 ran on its own power to our Waterline Boats Docks on Lake Union, Seattle.

The Bracewell 41 is equipped with a Cummins QSB6.7 480 hp engine, Garmin electronics, Onan generator, bow and stern thruster and has two staterooms. And is built from the Camano 41 tooling - in other words on the Bob Warman keel form hull. Which is as praiseworthy today as it was when it was originally designed for the Camano 31s.

In the coming weeks we will be preparing complete information specific to the second of these Bracewell 41s coming out of the Shanghai - Bracewell yard, including test data, photos and video. So stay tuned!

We are pleased and proud to have this outstanding performance trawler at our Waterline Boats display docks. But if it's too hard for you to just "stay tuned", then we encourage you to come on by and see this outstanding performance trawler for yourself. We are here Monday through Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturday 10am – 4pm or by appointment.
Give us a call to make yours! 206 282 0110