1979 Monk Jr. F/G Tri-cabin
45" x 14" x 4.5"
|LOOKING FOR A LARGE U.S. BUILT TRI-CABIN TRAWLER? WANT A HEAVY COMMERCIAL HULL LAYUP WITH A HIGH BOW AND LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY FOR OFFSHORE CRUISING? TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THIS UNIQUE VESSEL. GREAT SUMMER CRUISER OR LONG TERM LIVE-ABOARD. This is a contemporary Fiberglass Tri-cabin. A limited production by Cecil Lange and Chinook Marine in Port Townsend, Wa. With a 14 ft. wide beam and dependable 120 hp Perkins diesels. The cabins are warm in the winter with a Dickinson bulkhead oil heater in the aft cabin, a Dickinson Adriatic oil range on deck and an Esbar forced air furnace piping warm air through ductwork throughout. The Shearwater has been well-cared for and makes a great , economical southeast cruiser.|
|2 single berths forward with storage. A hanging closet with a built-in freezer beneath. enclosed head with marine toilet and cabinetry. Up a few steps is the main salon with helm to starboard with a sliding door to deck. Galley counter and sink and stove is aft and port with steps leading to aft cabin. Full size bunk is center with double hanging locker, drawers and cabinets. Head includes marine toilet, shower stall and cabinetry.|
|Engine and Mechanical:|
|Twin 120 hp perkins. The port was replaced in 1991, borg warner velvet drive.Onan 7.5 kw generator.Racor 500 series fuel filters|
|Electrical and Electronics:|
|4 8D batteries ans 2 Gel batteries with Marinetics 20 circuit breaker panel with metering and battery selector switch, 8 circuit breaker panel with metering and polarity.|
|Notes and Extras:|
|Heart 3000 kw inverter, microwave, 22" TV, Davit w/ mechanical winch and 3/4 HP pot hauling sheave|
* Vessel availability subject to prior sale and other variables.