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1953 Custom Classic Pilothouse

Seattle, Washington

$89,000

With a major rebuild including aft house extension and interior refurbishment in 2017, this proud U.S.-built working shrimper has been converted into a salty and capable LRC!

Proper PILOTHOUSE configuration offers a well appointed HELM station with Morse controls; single CAT main; and full modern electronics: Furuno radar interfaced with multiple GPS chart plotters, dual VHF radios. House extension creates a warm main saloon with great visibility via ample windows; enclosed heads both above and below decks with showers.

All of the nautical pedigree is here - gotta love the working classics! She's ready for coastal adventuring - come and take a look...


See her full specifications and recent photos online here at our homepage, then CALL for additional details and an appointment to go aboard. ***THIS VESSEL KEPT OFF SITE IN SECURED MOORAGE - PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VIEW***

Basic Boat Info

Price: $89,000
Make: Custom
Model: Classic Pilothouse
Year: 1953
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Wood

Dimensions

Length: 62 ft
Length Overall: 62 ft
Beam: 17'6 ft
Min Draft: 7'5 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: CAT
  • Model: D-343
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 325hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 2900
  • Engine Location: Center

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,000 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 500 gal

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Pilothouse, Trawlers, Antique and Classics

Contact

Dave Boynton
Boynton Yachts

Office

Boynton Yachts
2226 Eastlake Ave East #112
Seattle, Washington, US, 98102
Tel:206-949-6866
Disclaimer

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.



Accommodations & Layout

-----PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS ONLY-----
Sleeps up to (6) owners and guests in the forward double stateroom plus belowdecks double and two single berths; two enclosed heads with showers.

LAYOUT FROM FORWARD: Chain locker is followed by a forward cabin with 2 single bunks and enclosed head with shower. Aft and up 8 steps lands on the MAIN DECK; PILOTHOUSE HELM is fully fitted with navigation electronics and controls; deck access doors at both port and starboard.

Next aft is the large GALLEY with oil stove, fridge, and sink; followed by the DINING SALOON / CREW MESS with large table & storage plus adjacent side deck access door. Next aft the ventilator stack, electrical panel, and access to the ENGINE ROOM and below deck quarters, which include a king size stateroom & two single berths.

Finally aft is the MAIN SALOON and AFTER DECK with BBQ and chest freezer, access to the steering gear, and last aft a large swim step. Tender chocks and hydraulic hoist are carried on house roof.

INTERIOR includes recent house extension, well fitted in pine to a style matching the original! All doors to deck spaces are Dutch style doors; propane cabin heating system in the saloon; ENTERTAINMENT systems include Fusion stereo.

Galley & Domestic

Upgraded GALLEY offers full equipment and features, including a Dickenson Atlantic diesel stove with oven; Franklin refrigerator with freezer; large stainless steel galley sink; hot/cold pressure freshwater system with hot water heater; and ample cabinet plus drawer storage throughout.

ALSO NOTE: Saloon wetbar has separate bar fridge and freezer with sink and storage; on deck BBQ and chest freezer.

Electronics & Navigation
  • Comnav autopilot
  • Garmin 4212 GPS plotter
  • Garmin 3206 GPS plotter
  • Garmin 192C GPS plotter
  • Furuno GPS
  • Furuno radar
  • Dual Horizon VHF marine radios
  • Dirigo compass
Mechanical Systems & Engine Details

MAIN is a Caterpillar diesel D-343 6-cylinder 325-hp; Start: 32v, RPM:1400, naturally aspirated; Morse push cable controls; Racor fuel filter; keel cooler; dry stack exhaust. Twin Disc 521 reduction gear. Hydraulic power takeoff for anchor windlass; fwd PTO w/25/40 gpm Vickers; 7 gpm Vickers steering pump; 12v 140a Leece Nevile alternator. AUXILLIARY is a Newage genset; INVERTER is an Outback 2800-watt; BATTERIES are in two banks, 32v and 12v systems.

STEERING is hydraulic; RUDDER is steel; 3-1/2" Aquamet tailshaft; PROP is 48" 4-blade. ALSO NOTE: engineroom workbench; 80-gallon hydraulic tank; 50-gallon lube oil tank; (4) 32v Rule bilge pumps; fixed fire suppression system plus portable DC fire extinguishers at fo'c'sle, house and galley. HEADS are Vacuflush.

Construction Notes

The 'Sonny Boy' is a plumb stem, fantail stern, heavy displacement commercial fishing vessel, originaly rigged as a gulf coast shrimper. Built round bottomed with full deep keel, centerline diesel power & break timber, she was constructed of yellow cypress over sawn cypress frames in Biloxi MS in 1953.

Planking is 2" yellow cypress; framing is sawn cypress 2-1/2" X 6" double, 16" on center. Beams are 3-1/2" X 7" typical; bulkheads are fir & ply; guards are lignum vitae; galvanized fastened; ceiling full 2"; stringers 5" X 14" w/steel; shelf is 3" X 8"; floors 3"; keel 10" solid; pipe rails; 2" fir DECKS; fir & ply HOUSE.

Exclusions

Any of owners' personal items left on board, including any items not listed in the specifications, are not included with the sale of the vessel.

Disclaimer

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.


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