Stockland 36' Trawler Conversion

Classic Trawler, Modern Engine
US$39,900.00 (Approx £31,906.47) Reduced
  • Boat REF#  ·  306313
  • Length  ·  10.97m
  • Year  ·  1966
  • Construction  ·  Wood
  • Underwater profile  ·  Full-Displacement
  • Sleeping berths  ·  2
  • Engine  ·  1 x diesel 180hp, Isuzu Suzie 6BG1TQW (2005)
  • Lying  ·  Port Angeles, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Boatshed Port Townsend
Boatshed Port Townsend
Van Helker

Extra Details

Lying Port Angeles, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Fuel capacity 2,045.5 ltr Total - 4 Tanks
Water capacity 454.5 ltr Total - 1 Tanks
Last survey 23/06/2015

Mechanical

Engine 1 x diesel 180hp
Engine make and model Isuzu Suzie 6BG1TQW (2005)
Engine Hours engine1= 2278
Engine Cooled Indirect
Steering wheel
Drive shaft
Fuel consumption (approx) 4.5 ltr /hour At Cruising Speed
Cruising speed (approx) 7 knots
Max speed (approx) 9 knots

The main engine is a 2005 Isuzu Suzie 6BG1T 180 hp Turbocharged In-line 6 with dry exhaust and a fresh water closed loop keel cooler. ZF transmission with a reduction ratio of 1.93:1. These engines were widely used in the commercial fisheries for vessels of this type, which this vessel presumably participated in prior to the removal of its fishing gear and conversion to a pleasure trawler. The main engine drives a belt-driven hydraulic pump - used to operate the drum windlass.

2 x Dual Purpose 8D lead acid batteries. Batteries charged by engine or 30 amp shore power connection.

Charging provided by 30 amp shore power connection via Phase Three mode PT-14 charger.

Dimensions

Length 10.97m
LOD 10.97m
Beam 3.35m
Draft Min 1.37m
Airdraft 9.75m
Displacement 12,247kg
Headroom 1.83m
Storage On marina

Electrical Systems

12 volt battery, 110 shore power voltage, 2 batteries charged by: engine, shore power

Construction

Construction Wood
Underwater profile Full-Displacement
Finish Paint finish

Trawler-style configuration using all-wood plank-on-frame construction. Hull construction is carvel caulked red & yellow cedar. Frames are 1.25" x 2.25" bent oak on 8" centers. Beams are 3.75" by 3.75" fir on 16" centers. Stringers are full length and 1.5" by 7.5". Decks are caulked fir and FRP coated plywood. Bulwarks are of cedar or aluminum.

Mast is of 5" aluminum construction and the boom is 3" wood. Vessel is also equipped with anti-rolling paravanes and poles.

Four welded steel diesel tanks, two in steering gear compartment / tank room, two in engine room -- 450 gallons total.

One stainless steel 100 gallon tank for domestic water.

The most recent haul out and bottom paint occurred in 2016. The topside exterior was painted in 2019 with Interlux Brightside products.

The last survey in 2015 notes: "Hull and cabin appear in generally good condition... All machinery and mechanical systems are properly installed... Electrical systems are adequately wired, labeled, and protected from overload... General maintenance and housekeeping is excellent throughout."

Waterline Boats / Boatshed did not independently verify capacities and measures, which are reported from seller-provided information and/or literature.

Accommodation

Total # of berths 2
No. of single berths 2
Cabin(s) 1

As would be expected for an ex-commercial fishing vessel, a good portion of this vessel is comprised of open deck, and as such is well-equipped for fishing. Two downrigger mounts are installed on the gunwales - one to port and one to starboard. An aft steering station is located in the cockpit, outboard to port. Access to the lazarette, which houses the steering gear, the potable water tank, and two fuel tanks, is through a hatch in the non-skid cockpit deck. Forward of the cockpit is a work deck constructed of caulked fir. This elevated work deck provides access to a 285 cu ft cargo hold located underneath an aluminum deck cover. The work deck provides access to the side decks which lead forward as well as to the interior of the vessel.

Because this is a wooden vessel the interior has an immediately warm and inviting feel. A pilot berth is located to starboard aft end of the salon. With a drop-down table lowered, this pilot berth doubles as a settee. The galley features a good amount of storage in cabinets both above and below a countertop. A single basin stainless galley sink features an in-line filter in the cabinet beneath the sink. The Dickinson Pacific diesel stove, a favorite on vessels of this type, provides a continuous source of dry heat and doubles as a cooktop and oven. A Novakool 4.5 cu ft DC refrigerator is located at the forward end of the galley.

The helm station is equipped with the usual array of electronics - radar, chart plotter, depth sounder, and radios as well as engine instrumentation and controls.

A ladder leads to the forward cabin located under the foredeck. A single berth is situated against the hull to starboard with storage below, and an overhead hatch provides natural light.

A locker that used to be a head compartment is located to port, however, the marine toilet has been removed. Accordingly, this space could be used as storage as-is, or a marine toilet could be re-installed.

The engine compartment is located underneath the salon and can be accessed by removing the ladder which leads to the forward cabin. The engine room layout provides good access to the engine. The engine room also contains two additional fuel tanks.

Exiting the interior via companionway onto the work deck and looking forward two narrow side decks are visible. These lead forward to a compact foredeck with a hydraulic-powered drum windlass.

The flybridge and its steering station is accessed via a stout ladder from the work deck. Paravanes and paravane poles are accessible from here, as well as access to the exhaust stack, antennae, and ladder rungs to climb the mast.

Accommodation

Oven
Sink
Refrigerator
Freezer
Cabin heating
Pressurised water system
Raw water wash

As would be expected for an ex-commercial fishing vessel, a good portion of this vessel is comprised of open deck, and as such is well-equipped for fishing. Two downrigger mounts are installed on the gunwales - one to port and one to starboard. An aft steering station is located in the cockpit, outboard to port. Access to the lazarette, which houses the steering gear, the potable water tank, and two fuel tanks, is through a hatch in the non-skid cockpit deck. Forward of the cockpit is a work deck constructed of caulked fir. This elevated work deck provides access to a 285 cu ft cargo hold located underneath an aluminum deck cover. The work deck provides access to the side decks which lead forward as well as to the interior of the vessel.

Because this is a wooden vessel the interior has an immediately warm and inviting feel. A pilot berth is located to starboard aft end of the salon. With a drop-down table lowered, this pilot berth doubles as a settee. The galley features a good amount of storage in cabinets both above and below a countertop. A single basin stainless galley sink features an in-line filter in the cabinet beneath the sink. The Dickinson Pacific diesel stove, a favorite on vessels of this type, provides a continuous source of dry heat and doubles as a cooktop and oven. A Novakool 4.5 cu ft DC refrigerator is located at the forward end of the galley.

The helm station is equipped with the usual array of electronics - radar, chart plotter, depth sounder, and radios as well as engine instrumentation and controls.

A ladder leads to the forward cabin located under the foredeck. A single berth is situated against the hull to starboard with storage below, and an overhead hatch provides natural light.

A locker that used to be a head compartment is located to port, however, the marine toilet has been removed. Accordingly, this space could be used as storage as-is, or a marine toilet could be re-installed.

The engine compartment is located underneath the salon and can be accessed by removing the ladder which leads to the forward cabin. The engine room layout provides good access to the engine. The engine room also contains two additional fuel tanks.

Exiting the interior via companionway onto the work deck and looking forward two narrow side decks are visible. These lead forward to a compact foredeck with a hydraulic-powered drum windlass.

The flybridge and its steering station is accessed via a stout ladder from the work deck. Paravanes and paravane poles are accessible from here, as well as access to the exhaust stack, antennae, and ladder rungs to climb the mast.

Deck Gear

Fenders

Delta windlass
1 anchors
(20kg Bruce anchor)
15.24m of chain
60.96m of rode
50 ft 3/8" galvanized chain (length estimated) with 200 ft 1/2" steel cable (length estimated)

Nav Equipment

Compass
VHF DSC radio
GPS
Chart plotter
Autopilot
Stereo
Navigation lights
Depth sounder

Ritchie 4" Magnetic Compass
Garmin GPSMap 4208 Chart Plotter
Uniden ES VHF Radio with DSC
SI-TEX AVS-107 Depth Sounder
Raytheon Raypilot650 Autopilot (non-operational)
Audiovox Rampage Radio/Cassette
Radioshack TRC-442 CB Radio

Safety Equipment

Carbon Monoxide detector
Life jackets

2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 2 electric)

Broker's Comments

VIRTUAL TOUR - VIDEO - 80 TO 100 PHOTOS - FULL SPECS CAN BE VIEWED OF THIS VESSEL!

Originally built as a commercial gillnetter / troller and converted to a recreational trawler yacht. This classic wooden trawler is rich with Pacific Northwest character! Constructed to be stout and seaworthy, her solid construction has been proven by the years.

With 450 gallons of fuel aboard, and what appears to be a well-maintained newer Isuzu diesel engine (an engine with a reputation for commercial ruggedness) this vessel could make it to Alaska and back - without refueling. Other noteworthy qualities include the open back deck well suited for recreational fishing, 285 cu ft cargo hold, three steering stations, anti-rolling paravanes and poles, and a Dickinson diesel stove to keep the cabin warm and dry.

A buyer would likely install a marine toilet in the head compartment. Another simple modification would be to convert the forward single berth into a V-berth configuration to improve the sleeping arrangements for couples.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Stockland 36' Trawler Conversion has been personally photographed and viewed by Van Helker of Boatshed Port Townsend. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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