The unique offering - a Rawson 38
A design of Ed Monk Senior and built by one of the early premier PNW fiberglass boat builders, Ron Rawson Incorporated, the Rawson 38 melds the design and structure of the top boat names our area has produced.
A one owner boat, Tamure has been consistently maintained in the style of an amateur airplane pilot. Her mechanical area looks stunning and her interior surfaces, although dated, are in very clean and usable shape. Tumure would make an amazing family cabin on the water or a very ample long range cruiser or liveaboard.
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Truly a compartmentalized, useful and yet an open feeling interior. Beginning in the bow you find 3 single bunks and a fully enclosed forward head. Just aft to Starboard is the Helmsman's station with sliding exterior door and controls in front of and overhead of the steering station. To Port you find a very comfortable sitting nook. Aft of the sitting nook to port is the large galley with a single basin sink, pressure water, 4 burner stove w/ oven and front loading refrigerator. Opposite to port you find the large U-shaped dinette.
Moving aft you step down into the aft cabin walkway to the transom with storage and double bunk to Port. To starboard you find an enclosed aft cabin with 2 double bunk beds and forward of that is a deep enclosed head with shower stall.
The twin diesel motors are located under the salon with an sound encased generator along the forward bulkhead. Large tanks are located under each aft bunk, under the salon and forward to starboard under the single bunk. The decks are open and well laid out, you can walk down the side decks, the aft deck is plenty big enough to unfold a few chairs and the deck over the cabin has plenty of space even with the tender aboard. With the large flybridge included this is truly a boat the entire family can enjoy a summer vacation aboard.
7001 Seaview Ave NW, ste 140
Seattle, WA 98117