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|Tilbudt av||Olympic View Yachts|
"Salty Lass" was built by Ledford Marine of Marysville, WA in 1966. Ledford Marine was a builder of seiners and other commercial fishing vessels, started by John Ledford in 1964. In 1990, when the market for fishing vessels collapsed, they switched to recreational boats, doing business as Camano Cruisers.
With her work boat heritage, heavy layup and no-nonsense systems, it's easy to see why her current owner, a retired commercial Alaska fisherman, chose 'Salty Lass' as his personal vessel.
The hand laid, fiberglass hull has a gleaming paint finish, a moderately flared bow, and a semi-displacement under body with full length keel and keel shoe running aft, providing protection for the propellor and support for the rudder.
The interior features a spacious full width main salon that is flooded with natural light thanks to the large ports, and provides a flexible layout with two heads, a forward v-berth and room to add a second berth in the generously proportioned aft lounge area if desired.
The aft cockpit is accessed via a generous swim step and transom gate that can be enclosed by a full canvas enclosure. The flybridge features an upper helm station, built in bench seating and room for the generator and tender, which can be lifted and stowed on the upper deck via the electric davit.
Powered by a reliable 6-cylinder 160 HP Gray Marine Detroit 671 diesel with only 3,247 original hours, 'Salty Lass' can comfortably cruise all day long at 7-8 knots at an economical 1500 RPM.
With her dry stack exhaust, commercial grade anchor winch and rugged work boat charm, 'Salty Lass' stands out from other recreational vessels, and offers her new owner a simple, strong and capable cruising platform at a very attractive price point.
VESSEL WALK THROUGH:
"Salty Lass' is currently optimized for the comfort of a cruising couple with a single v-berth forward, and two heads. However, accommodations for up to 4 more berths could easily be added thanks to the large aft lounge area (where a pull-out settee was originally installed) and in the large salon where there is plenty of space for a convertible dinette if desired.
Starting in the bow, a snug v-berth provides two single berths or, with the filler, a large double berth with excellent ventilation and natural light due to the overhead hatch. Aft to starboard is the ensuite head with single stainless-steel sink and manual toilet. Aft to port is a large hanging locker.
Stepping up through the companionway to the main salon, the helm station is immediately to port, with built-in cabinetry and a new LG flat screen TV to starboard. Sliding windows to port and starboard provide excellent ventilation and visibility to the outside.
The L-shaped gally aft to starboard features ceramic tile counters and backsplash with a stainless-steel sink and hot and cold pressure water. A Toshiba convection oven/microwave sits atop a professional tool cabinet occupying the cut out formerly occupied by the range. This cut out is wrapped with stainless steel and has an overhead flue vent that makes it perfect for a diesel range or gimballed propane stove should a new owner desire.
Immediately aft of the helm station, and facing the galley to port, is a free-standing settee with full height built-in cabinetry and bookshelves against the aft bulkhead. Headroom in the main salon and sight lines to the exterior are both excellent due to the generously sized ports on both sides.
Stepping aft is a built-in VitriFrigo refrigerator/freezer to starboard and a full head to port with stainless steel sink, Dometic Vacuflush toilet and shower wand with curtain.
Further aft is a generous aft lounge currently functioning as a utility area for the owners, featuring a Splendide washer/dryer to starboard and extensive built-in tool chests to port. This space previously featured a built-in settee to port and could easily be converted back to a second stateroom conveniently accessible to the aft head.
Continuing aft, a pair of double, sliding doors lead out to the deep and well protected cockpit which features a generous overhang and can be fully enclosed with canvas during the winter months. A gate in the transom leads to the husky swim step for easy access to the dock.
On the starboard side of the cockpit, a varnished wood ladder provides access to the upper deck. The aft portion of the upper deck features a dinghy davit with electric motor and wood chocks set up to receive the tender, forward of which is a large storage locker containing the Onan digital invertor/generator. Forward of the dry stack is built-in athwartships bench seating with storage beneath; a large storage box to port; and the upper helm station, which provides a commanding view over the bow and superb visibility for tight quarters maneuvering.
Varnished wood ladders on both sides of the cockpit provide easy access forward via the side decks, which can be equipped with stanchions and lifelines for additional security if desired (currently removed but available).
The generous foredeck features a new E-Z Anchor Rebel drum anchor winch with approximately 250' of chain and a single bow roller supporting a 33 lb Bruce anchor. The anchor winch can be operated remotely from the helm station or via a handheld remote control. A powerful search light and an LED light bar at the upper helm provide excellent forward visibility during low light conditions.
ADDITIONAL EQUPMENT & FEATURES:
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