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"Voyager" is a comfortable, easy handling, sturdily built (Taiwanese Chau-sen Boatyard) sundeck trawler that is equally at home underway, at anchor or in your boat slip. She has been both professionally maintained and systematically upgraded with the view toward ensuring safe and reliable Bay/ICW cruising, secure gunk holing and commodious dockside living. She is fully equipped for turn key, immediate living and cruising.
"Voyager" is now located in Annapolis Maryland for your inspection. The boat has a new Norcold refrigerator freezer, zincs replaced and two coats of bottom paint applied and the hull is waxed. She is in "Turn Key" condition, ready for your inspection, sea trial and survey. 210HP Cummings Diesels. Cruises at 11-13 knots @ 2200 RPM..
Builder: Marine Trader/Chauson
LOA: 35' Beam: 12' 9" Displacement: 20000 Draft: 2' 6" Bridge Clearance: 20'
Engine(s): Cummins Engine(s) HP: 210 Engine Model: 6BT210 Hours: 900 Cruising Speed: 10 Max Speed: 17
Fuel: 240 Water: 100 Holding: 30
VOYAGER is a comfortable, easy handling, sturdily built (Taiwanese Chau-sen Boatyard) sundeck trawler that is equally at home underway, at anchor or in your boat slip. She has been both professionally maintained and systematically upgraded with the view toward ensuring safe and reliable Bay/ICW cruising, secure gunk holing and commodious dockside living. She is fully equipped for turn key, immediate living and cruising.
General Description and Characteristics:
Documented Vessel No.1046243
Hull No. ETY35111G091
LOD 35'; LOA 39' (Swim Platform and Bow pulpit)
Beam 12' 7''; Draft 3'
Bridge clearance 20 ft
Displacement 34,000 LBS (Approx Gross); 28,000 LBS (Approx Net)
Propulsion Twin Cummings 210 HP Turbo Diesel Engines (model 6BT210) w/ Universal Transmissions (approx 900 hours)
Twin 4 blade SS propellers (wide offset for better maneuvering)
Generator Westerbeke 4.4 KW (approx 850 hours)
Dual 30 AMP shore power service (one dedicated to HVAC units) with galvanic isolation transformer protection
Additional Information and Features:
*All engine and generator hoses (coolant, lube oil, fuel and exhaust) replaced (2005)
*Exhaust system insulation for both engines replaced (2005)
*Master bedroom upgraded with new custom top-line queen size mattress (2004)
*2 TVs with VCRs (bedroom TV replaced 2006)
*Custom Turkish carpeting in salon (2004)
*New AC/DC powered full size Norcold refrigerator with freezer (2007)
*Three burner electric stove w/oven
*Raytheon RL 70 radar and chart plotter w/ GPS and updated (2006) "C chip" for Chesapeake waters
*Horizon dual station marine VHF radio
*Fresh water system via pier side connection or 100 gal stainless tank with new water pump (2005)
*Two new Vacu-flush toilets w/ 35 gal holding tank and remote monitor (2005)
*New Lofrans Windlass w/ toggle controls at upper and main helm stations and foot pedal controls at the bow (2005)
*Ground tackle includes:
? 25# CQR anchor on bow pulpit with 200 ft of half inch high test chain (added in 2005)
? 25# Delta back-up plough anchor with 20 ft of half inch chain and 200 ft coil of three strand nylon rode stowed in bridge locker
? 20# Danforth kedge anchor with 6 ft of chain stowed on sundeck rail and with 150 ft coil of three strand nylon rode stowed in bridge locker
*Mastervolt Combi Inverter/Charger with digital readout of battery status (installed in 2005)
*Four Marine batteries size 8D (2005)
*New Sunbrella canvass and screened Plexiglas bridge enclosure and sundeck side curtains (2006)
*New outside carpeting on sundeck and upper bridge station (2006)
*8? Dynos inflatable hypalon dinghy with 3 hp Nissan engine
*2 Dahon folding bikes, refurbished with new tires and tubes (2005); canvas storage bags and large metal mesh cargo baskets
Survey and Upgrades:
All hull, mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems were surveyed in 2004 by Jack Hornor and Associates, Marine Survey and Design Ltd of Annapolis. All engine, generator and power train systems were surveyed in 2004 by M R Power Specialists of Baltimore. The detailed results of both survey reports are available for review along with corresponding detailed corrective actions. The results of laboratory analysis of lube oil and transmission fluid samples taken in 2005 also are available for review and comparison with samples that might be taken by the buyer.
All work on Voyager, whether to correct survey deficiencies, to accomplish subsequent upgrades or to perform annual maintenance has been performed by certified ABYC technicians.
Cabin Layout and Features:
The large, open, teak salon is located amidships and is accessed from outside through a sliding glass door leading via three step stairs down from the hardtop covered sundeck. The lower helm station with raised teak helm chair is in the forward starboard quadrant of the salon.
Lots of visibility, natural light and ventilation through large, screened side and rear windows. Additional light and forward visibility through three panel windshield with two sets of operating wipers. White curtains inside on side and rear windows for nighttime privacy. White removable sunbrella outside cover over windshield provides protection from the sun and weather as well as privacy while at anchor or pier side.
Six large teak and holly removable floor panels with sound deadening backing provide access to engine room and are covered with custom Turkish carpet (2004 upgrade) that provides more sound insulation and enhances the ambience of the living area.
All salon furnishings convey with purchase. These include the carpet, furniture (sofa, lamps, two folding teak tables, bench seat with storage for chart books, cruising guides, equipment manuals, etc.), as well as widow curtains, TV (wired for cable reception), DVD and built in AM/FM radio.
The side by side galley and dinette are situated forward and three steps down from the salon.
The dinette area on the port side comfortably accommodates four adults on two upholstered bench seats that flank the adjustable pedestal table. The dining area is visually connected with the main salon through a teak rimmed divider.
Both the dinette and the adjacent galley are awash in natural light from the windshield above and with light and natural cross ventilation through screened, opening ports in the hull located over the galley sink and dining table. These side ports, as well as two others in the forward cabin and one in the forward head can be securely dogged when underway but can be safely left ajar in port or at anchor because the flair of the hull precludes (all but the most severely wind driven) rain from entering.
Storage in the dinette is available in teak cabinets over the forward bench seating and in drawers under the raised dinette floor. Bulk storage is also available under the forward bench. Space under the aft bench is occupied by the compressor and ducting for the forward HVAC unit.
The galley on the starboard side is equipped with all essential appliances for live aboard meal preparation. Equipment includes:
Princess 3 burner electric stove with oven
New AC/DC powered, full size Norcold refrigerator/freezer (installed Spring 2007)
Double SS sink with gooseneck faucet
15 gallon electric water heater with engine heat exchanger
Galley electrical outlets are GFI protected and are wired to provide 115VAC power from the house battery bank via a Combi Mastervolt Inverter/Charger (installed Spring 2005). This upgrade makes it possible to use the coffee maker, toaster or electric skillet in a tranquil anchorage without running the generator.
There is ample storage in cabinets, drawers and under counter bins for dry groceries, kitchen cleaning supplies, and for a full array of pots, pans, skillets, cutlery, dishes, flatware, and cooking and serving utensils, all of which convey with purchase. A portable Kidde fire extinguisher ( 1 of 3 ) is located in a galley cabinet under the side of the helm station.
The guest cabin with en-suite head is located immediately forward and on the same level as the dining area. It is reached through a solid teak door.
The forward cabin has two single berths with foam mattresses tiered along the starboard side of the cabin and a single cushioned settee on the port side with a wide teak shelf above that is contoured to the curve of the hull. There are two small hanging lockers, several drawers and lots of bulk storage space under the lower berth and the settee. For example, two Dahon folding bicycles fit under the berth with room to spare.
Access to the large chain locker is through cabinet style doors in the forward bulkhead. The deck is teak and holly. There are two reading lamps in the cabin and lots of natural light and ventilation through a square Bomar overhead hatch with tinted safety glass that opens up onto the foredeck. This hatch, along with the two ports on either side of the cabin, is screened for great ventilation at anchor and can be dogged securely when underway or when HVAC is used.
The forward en-suite head is located on the portside immediately inside the cabin entrance door adjacent to the galley/dinette for convenient use as a day lavatory as well as being available for the private use of overnight guests.
The lavatory sink and SS faucet (replaced in 2005) is surrounded by ample counter and shelf space for guests to unpack and stow their toiletries and it is situated under a screened port that provides natural light and ventilation. The facility is plumbed for a hand held shower that has been intentionally disconnected in order to keep the space dry and sanitary.
The head includes GFI electrical outlet and a screened opening port for natural light and ventilation.
Both the forward head and the aft head in the owner?s cabin are equipped with the Sealand Vacuflush waste system (installed in the spring 2005) that has greatly improved the boat's livability for owners and guests alike whether underway, at anchor or pier side. The system is intuitive to use, easy to maintain and odor free by using a vacuum pump to quickly draw fresh flushing water and waste from both commodes through PVC piping to the 35 gallon holding tank. Electric sensors transmit tank levels to a lighted display panel on the helm station. A small lighted panel in each head indicates when the vacuum pump is charged and ready to operate.
The large master cabin with en-suite head and shower is located three steps down and aft of the salon. It is directly underneath the covered sundeck.
The teak lined cabin is large with seven feet of headroom and ample space to walk on the teak and holly sole around the raised queen bed situated in the middle of the room. A new custom innerspring mattress (installed in 2005) is more comfortable than most home mattresses and makes for blissful sleeping.
Custom darkening curtains can be drawn over the side windows and two rear square ports when a day time nap or late morning sleep-in is needed. The side windows and tinted glass ports all can be opened and are screened to take advantage of comfortable spring and autumn Bay temperatures. The master cabin is also served by the aft HVAC.
The master cabin has reading lights over the bed, overhead lights and small florescent accent lights inside the windows
Drawer, cabinet and hanging closet storage as well as a wide shelf line the starboard side of the cabin. A TV/DVD (new Fall 2006) wired for cable is built into the forward bulkhead. A floor level door in the forward bulkhead provides access into the rear of the engine room for inspection for the Raycor fuel filters. A portable Kidde fire extinguisher (2 of 3) is also mounted on the bulkhead near the engine room access.
A single settee with small shelf is in the rear port corner of the cabin and the bath and shower run along the rest of the port side of the cabin behind a teak bulkhead and door.
The en-suite head and shower includes a (new 2005) Sealand Vacuflush head, a (new 2006) SS sink faucet, along with ample bin and shelf storage for toiletries, a GFI electrical outlet, natural light and ventilation through opening, screened windows that include cheerful privacy curtains. The head includes an adjacent full size shower with teak grid shower floor and over board sump pump.
Topside Layout and Features:
All topside decks are surrounded by 2? diameter stainless railing and the walking surfaces are all molded non-skid. There are six well founded SS cleats with stout SS bow and stern chalks. A SS Sampson post is mounted on the foredeck just aft of the Lofrans anchor windlass. The foredeck is dry even in nasty sea conditions due to the flared hull. A Bomar safety glass hatch opening from the forward cabin is in the middle of the foredeck. SS fender holders are mounted on the port and starboard railings. The side decks are 16? wide and walking underway is facilitated by a 2? stainless hand railing that runs the entire length above the side windows. Hinged mid-ship openings are in both side rails for boarding.
The topside surfaces are maintenance free because the only external wood on the boat are teak treads on the swim platform access ladder
Three molded steps lead up from the side decks to the large aft sundeck that is covered with a full fiberglass hard top and is surrounded from rail to deck with new (2006) sunbrella canvas spray screen. The sundeck is carpeted (new in 2006) and is large enough for comfortable alfresco dining and entertaining. A portable Kidde fire extinguisher (3 of 3) is mounted in the forward port corner of the sundeck. And a large lockable deck box is located on the forward edge of the sundeck for convenient storage of water hoses, cleaning gear, outboard motor fuel tank and the like. Three comfortable folding chairs are stowed along the rail. A hinged and latched swinging gate in the center of the stern rail provides access via a stainless and teak ladder to the pier and to the 2 ft. wide fiberglass swim platform.
The swim platform supports a three step stainless and teak swim ladder and a set of stainless Weaver snap brackets that support an inflatable Dynos dinghy when transiting. The platform also provides a convenient place to attach the two 50 ft lengths of shore power cables, water hose and TV cable that all plug into receptacles recessed on the starboard side of the stern. A fresh water shower is recessed into a cabinet on the port side of the stern.
Four molded steps lead from the starboard side of the sundeck up to the sedan bridge which houses the upper helm station, an adjustable pedestal style helm chair, as well as ample upholstered bench seating along the sides and rear of the bridge. Lockers underneath the bench seats contain enough storage for life jackets, extra ground tackle, oars and small mushroom anchor for the dinghy, tool box and topside cleaning gear, all of which convey.
The bridge is carpeted and covered with a maroon ?dubonet tweed? sunbrella top that is attached to the radar arch. The whole area is completely enclosed by zippered plexiglass front, side and rear panels that can be fully opened and that are outfitted with mesh screens. All sunbrella material, plexiglass panels, screens and carpet on the bridge and sundeck are new in 2006. Covers for the anchor windlass, salon side windows and the stern flag staff are all made of matching sunbrella.
Engine Room Layout and Features:
The Engine Room is located amidships directly under the salon. It can be accessed: from above, through removable insulated floor panels in the salon; from forward, through a small door under the stairs between the salon and the galley/dinette; and from aft, through a small door in the forward bulkhead of the main cabin.
The Space is equipped with an automatically heat activated haylon fire suppression system. All thru hull openings are bronze and are backed up with bronze quick throw ball valves. Sea cocks that are no longer in use (e.g. raw water intakes for manually operated heads that have been removed) are permanently secured with bronze plugs and caps.
The ventilation blower and overhead lights are controlled from switches on the electrical distribution panel on the front of the lower helm station. Natural ventilation also is provided through louvered openings in both sides of the hull just below the rub rail.
Groco strainers are installed in the sea water intake lines to both engines, the generator and to both HVAC units.
Two 70 gallon stainless diesel fuel tanks are located on the centerline under the removable engine room floor. An additional 100 gallon stainless fuel tank is located in the aft cabin under the queen berth. Fuel supply and return lines run through a stainless cross-connect manifold that is mounted on the aft bulkhead along with two Raycor 900 fuel filters (with vacuum gages) for the engines and a smaller Raycor 500 filter for the generator.
Four marine 8D batteries (two for starting and two for house use) are positioned centerline on the engine room floor above the fuel tanks. The batteries were installed in 2005 and are secured in enclosed cases in accord with ABYC standards.
The Mastervolt Combi Inverter Charger (2005) with separate barrel cut off switch is mounted on the forward bulkhead.
The generator, macerator and discharge valve (secured shut) as well as the fresh water system pump and the hot water heater are all located in the forward starboard corner of the engine room.
In the process of replacing sound and vibration isolation mounts on the Westerbeke 4 KWgenerator in 2005 to correct a survey deficiency, the generator was rotated 90 degrees thereby making daily checks of oil and coolant levels much easier. At the same time all generator coolant, fuel, lube and exhaust hoses were replaced. The control panel for the generator with start/stop switch, preheat switch and temperature, voltage, and pressure gages is located outside the engine room on the side of the helm station.
The vacuum pump for the sanitation system is located in the forward port corner of the engine room.
The Cummings 210 HP engines occupy most of the space on both sides of the engine room. All sound and vibration engine mounts were replaced in 2005. All fuel, lube oil, coolant, water and exhaust hoses were replaced in 2005. The engine exhaust system blanket insulation was replaced in 2005 and the oil dip stick on the outboard side of the port engine was relocated inboard to make it easier to perform daily level checks. Both engines sit over large drip pans that are lined with white absorbent material so that any fluid leaks can be detected and corrected pronto.
The Universal transmission units and adjustable shaft seals are visible and accessible in the rear of the engine room.
Except for the differences noted below both the upper and lower helm stations are similarly equipped with the following features:
*Port and starboard throttle and transmission controls
*Three fuel tank gages
*Port and starboard engine temperature, oil pressure and voltage gages
*Ratheon RL 265 marine depth sounder and fish finder
*Ratheon RL 70 radar, GPS and monochrome chart plotter (one plug in unit shared between helm stations
*Horizon dual station VHF marine radio with four weather channels
*Anchor windlass up-down toggle switch
*Toggle switch controls to activate hydraulic trim tabs
The following features are unique to the upper helm station:
*Emergency shut down buttons for the port and starboard engines
*Stainless steel wheel
*Pedestal style, adjustable, swivel helm chair with cushioned seat and molded lower back rest for comfortable transits
*White snap-on sunbrella contoured dashboard cover for protection from sun damage and nighttime moisture if the plexi glass windscreen is left open
The following features are unique to the lower helm station:
*Keyed on-off ignition switches for port and starboard engines
*Large stainless wheel with teak spokes
*Tall, moveable solid teak helm chair that provides visibility while seated
*Windshield wiper switches
*Power selector switches for shore power, generator or engine operation
*Sanitary tank level indicator panel
*Galvanic protection function indicator panel for both shore power circuits
*Control panel with function keys and LED monitor that displays the status of various battery functions and that shifts battery operations between the charger and the inverter
*Generator control panel (on the side of the helm station)
*Main AC/DC distribution panel with function switches and on-off indicator lights displayed behind Plexiglas doors on the lower front side of the helm station. All wiring and connectors to the distribution panel have been inspected, tested and replaced, as necessary, in 2005 to be in accord with current ABYC standards. The quality of the electrical upgrade can be readily inspected through a removable access panel in the front of the helm station.
The most recent USCG vessel safety inspection was completed in the summer 2006. All of the following safety equipment conveys.
* Six Type II life vests (located under the portside bench seat on sedan bridge)
* Throwable life ring with nylon tether (located on starboard sundeck rail)
* Distress signals including flares, whistle, mirror and plastic SOS pennant (located in a stair case locker leading from salon to sundeck.
* First aid kit (located in stair case locker leading from salon to sundeck
* Navigation and anchor lights
* Two electric windshield wipers with new blades at lower helm
* Horn (activated at either helm station)
* Engine room automatic Haylon fire suppression system
* Engine room forced air blower
* Three portable Kidde fire extinguishers (in galley, aft cabin and sundeck)
* Three automatic bilge pumps. A new Rule1500 GPH pump was installed in the lowest bilge area in 2006
* Dynos inflatable dinghy
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
312C Poplar Alley
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