Take one knowledgeable boater who spends many years “dreaming” his perfect boat, add one lauded naval architect, and build with one of the finest boat builders of world class boats and VOILA: Alumination.
With a nod towards the American Tug and Nordic Tug, Alumination, designed by Ed Rutherford and built by his crew at Waterline Yachts, is perfection in a couple’s cruiser. Safe, bullet proof systems, elegant, and comfortable from bow to stern, this is the boat to see.
Spring 2020 refit ($30,000) - new electronics, new transmission, new stern thruster motor and bottom paint, plus more! Recent survey and engine oil sample available upon request.
Preliminary listing - specs and photos coming shortly.
Showings by appointment. Contact listing agent Jeff Gleckler with questions or to arrange showings at 360 202 2290 or email@example.com
ALUMINATION specs and information
180 hp diesel
dry stack with hospital muffler
internal keel cooler
only 3 below waterline thru hulls.
fuel 2 tanks total 600 gal
water 2 tanks total 400 gal
holding 1 tank 180 gal
dual Racor primary filters
single Racor secondary filter
fuel polisher/transfer single Racor 1000FH
fuel distribution allows fuel draw and return from either tank for both the engine
12 volt DC
24 volt DC
120 volt AC
house bank 770 amp AGM @ 24VDC
220 amp Balmar alternator
700 watt solar charging with 3 panels
Outback inverter/charger 2000W continuous @ 24 volts
30 amp shore power cable
electric hot water tank 6 gals
40 KG/88 pad Rocna anchor
300' 5/16" chain
fresh water hose for anchor washing
hand held windlass control
ITR Hurricane 32,000 BTU hydronic heat (with towel bar heater in bathroom)
tankless hydronic water heater (separate from 120 VAC water tank)
12' X 6' plus integrated swim step
3 exit doors. Port, stbd and swim step
fully enclosed with roll up "window" panels
propane locker with 2 X 5 gal tanks
Force 10 BBQ
hot and cold running water
24VDC Scottie down riggers both port and stbd
water and diesel fill, port and stbd
DINGHY and DAVIT
davit is deck mounted on the swim step supporting a 12' South Pacific
rigid inflatable dingy. This dingy is powered by a 15 hp Yamaha operated
from a bench seat with a steering wheel and throttle/transmission control.
Also has an electric starter. Additional storage is under the bench seat.
The pilot house roof is 13' X 11' and is covered with the solar panels. Aft of
the solar panels is the radar arch with the integrated engine and Hurricane
heater exhaust (no hot pipes to bump against. The 13' X 11' boat deck is aft
of the arch and includes a dock box and lifting crane. All the rails around the
boat deck and forward deck are 1.75' dial aluminum pipe. All the safety rails and cleats are welded to the deck.
Full width salon measures 12' X 10' with floor access to storage below the salon floor. This "basement" includes storage under the cockpit, eliminating the cockpit hatch and thus any chance of water leakage into the below deck storage. The "basement" has approximately 110 sq ft of floor space, including access to the hydraulic rudder steering. Access to the aft end of the Diesel engine is thru a wall hatch in the "basement". Access to the port and stbd side of the engine is thru 2 floor hatches in the raised pilot house.
Force 10 3 burner oven and cooktop
Nova Kool refrigerator and freezer
toaster oven (we removed the microwave and replaced with toaster oven)
11 under counter drawers
double sink with separate filtered water faucet
foot pump operated backup for sink water faucet
2 bench seats with storage below each seat. Stbd seat is 4.5' on the helm station side and the port seat is 2.5'. Each bench seat has a folding foot rest. Foredeck and boat deck access is via either port and stbd doors.
Garmin plotter/radar new 2020
NobleTech 10/VNS chart plotter in a laptop computer(included)
Furuno 1715 radar
GP-32 speed log
LS-4100 depth sounder
Icom VHR marine radio
ComNav 1101 autopilot w/ extension cable to allow operation from stbd bench seat
windshield wiper controls
search light control
STATEROOM and HEAD
A forward stateroom is accessed from the port side of the pilot house. There is a full sized queen bed (foam mattress) with access below the mattress for storage and the bow thruster. Below counter cabinets and hanging lockers ar on each side of the queen bed. The head is accessed thru 2 doors. One door at the bottom of the stairs to the stateroom, and the other door from the stateroom itself. The head has a sink and cabinet, SeaLand toilet, towel bar heater and a separate shower.