G. Ernest Hamilton
LOA: 36' Beam: 12',9" Draft 4' "
Displacement: 11,000# (approx)
Location : New Brunswick
BUILDER & DESIGNER: Roy M. Doucette Boatbuilders Limited, Cape St. Marys NS
CONSTRUCTION: Commercial grade solid fiberglass hull construction; pale gray painted topsides; white boottop; red bottom paint; foam cored decks and deckhouse painted off-white; transom door; swim platform with rugged stainless steel swim ladder; large cockpit with water-tight stainless steel commercial hatches; electric lobster pot-puller; extended cabin top covering about half of the cockpit; mast with small steadying sail; aluminum ladder from the cuddy to the main-cabin coachroof; Hydro-Slave commercial grade power assisted hydraulic steering; long skeg keel with protected propeller and fully supported rudder; stainless steel bow-rail; mooring bit on the bow. .
ACCOMMODATIONS: The vessel sleeps 2 - 3, and has 64 headroom. Roomy single berths port and starboard forward; Reflex diesel heater aft to port; enclosed head to starboard. The head has a Jabsco electric model #37010 marine toilet connected to a 15 gallon holding tank with mascerator pump; telephone type shower. The main cabin is 3 steps up and it has the helm station to starboard, small galley opposite to port, and an L shaped settee aft to starboard. There is a table that rises on two aluminum pipes to the deck-head. There is an oak storage box/seat amidships. The galley has counter space, a Tasco 2 burner LPG stove and sink with hot and cold pressure water connected to a 20 gallon fresh water tank.
The boat is simply appointed with off-white fiberglass deck-heads, gray non-skid cabin sole and oak locker faces and doors.
ENGINES: Volvo model TAMD 74 C-B six cylinder, Fresh water cooled, turbo-charged marine diesel; 480 HP; Heat Exchanger and wet exhaust; hour meter showing less than 1,000 operating hours; Racor fuel filters; 2 - 100 gallon under-deck fiberglass fuel tanks; 2 40 gallon supplemental stainless steel fuel tanks in the cockpit that are removable; Twin-Disc transmission; wet exhaust; auxiliary pump belted off of the engine for wash-down or bilge pumping. She has a top speed in excess of 20 knots.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12 Volt system supplied by the alternator on the engine; 2- 12 volt (8 D type) batteries (new 2022); circuit breaker panel; navigation, anchor and interior lights; small solar panel.
ELECTRONICS: Furuno Radar; Furuno GPS/Plotter model GP 1850 WD; Com Nav Marine Autopilot model 1001; Sitex Explorer NavPro GPS/Plotter with 18 LG screen; Ritchie compass; Icom VHF; Kenwood ham radio.
GENERAL: Danforth anchor; rode with chain leader; life jackets; portable search light; 1 windshield wiper; dock lines & fenders; electric bilge pump; life ring.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
BROKER'S COMMENTS: : This boat was built for an experienced retired fisherman for pleasure and occasional hobby fishing. Her appointments are simple and rugged reflecting the owners long experience at sea. She is not quite a yacht and not quite a fishing boat; but she is perfect for diving, fishing, cruising or coastal transport. The owner reports that the boat is powerful, fast and able.
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G. Ernest Hamilton
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