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Trawlers are designed with private staterooms, full galleys and spacious living rooms and trawlers are ideal for people who believe that when it comes to long-distance cruising, half the fun is getting there. Most are designed to cruise in a slow and economical way, so you can enjoy the ride from start to finish.
Year Built: 1979
Model: CHB 41
LOA: 41' Beam: 13' 6" Draft: 3' 6"
Weight: 35,000 lbs.
Hull Type: Displacement
Construction: Fiberglas, Cored deck
Ford Lehman Diesel, 6 cylinder (120 hp), FWC
Hours: 2752 reported
Bladed Prop (Bronze)
Side Thrusters on Stern (non-op)
V-Berth bunks, starboard side forward (1st cabin) with hanging locker opposite, followed by head aft to port.
Up steps to saloon with lower helm station to starboard and settee aft of the helm.
The galley is starboard with an electric stove/oven, S/S sinks Microwave installed. NorCold Refrigerator.
12 Gallon Water Heater.
Down steps to the master cabin with a centerline, walkaround Island Queen.
The second head is in suite with a tub/shower.
Two doors in the saloon access the decks.
Fwd head has a FRP holding tank, aft head has an 'Lectra-San' system.
MUIR Anchor Windlass
ONAN Genset (non-op), Model 715
Shur-Flo Water Pressure Pump with Accumulator
(Four) Fuel Tanks (350 Gal. total), coated steel
12 Gal. Water Heater
(One) Water Tank (140 Gal), Stainless Steel
30 A Service
(2) D House Batteries (new)
Engine Start Battery
Furuno LC (GPS) dated
Triton Horizon VHF
Wood Freemen Auto Pilot
Furuno Radar, dated