Boat Details


1976 Custom 54' Steel Trawler

54' 7" x 16' 0" x 6' 7"

Asking Price....$32,500


View the Data Sheet for this vessel                      Listing Broker: Mike Baldwin  907-350-0720

  General: ID: 1920  
JUST REDUCED TO $32,500!. A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH! This is the perfect opportunity to create a masterpiece of your own. This 1976 custom-built trawler has a spacious 54 feet 7 inches and a beam of 16 feet. She has great bones with lots of potential for either a live aboard or long-range cruiser. ID Number 1930

The interior of this vessel is such that one could imagine the many possibilities that await. The salon area is exceptionally large. The galley is also impressively large and has an apartment sized electric stove with oven, full-size refrigerator and a surprising array of storage already installed. This is not the typical vessel galley and has the potential to be well appointed. A single head with a freestanding shower stall and electric toilet with an 50 gallon hot water tank is perfect for a live aboard situation. This vessel has two water tanks, both made of aluminum for a total of 1000 gallon capacity. This allows the washer and dry on board to be able to do many loads of wash before needing to top off the water.Two diesel furnaces provide more than enough heat to keep the entire boat comfortable. This is a beefy custom-made steel vessel and as such also has a nice array of large windows. The stairs going below decks have recently been replaced.

 Engine and Mechanical:
A single Detroit 871 model, 310 hp diesel engine is situated in a walk around oversized engine room. Again with a little TLC this power workhorse could easily come back to life. A NorPro 8 kW fresh cooled generator with 1742 hours on it is also included. Two 2000 gallon steel fuel tanks and one aluminum 100 gallon holding tank makes this a great vessel for long range cruising.

 Electrical and Electronics:
The main helm has the recognizable rounded trawler style window design. This allows for an above average visibility. A Standard Horizon GPS, Furuno color radar, Wood Freeman model autopilot and ICOM VHF with an antenna tuner are the navigational electronics. A custom chart desk is a great place to store navigational tools. Various woods are detailed throughout the boat and with a little elbow grease could easily be restored to their former glory

 Notes and Extras:
A large covered cockpit and walk around design is one of the most popular styles of vessels. This allows for numerous activities to take place on deck simultaneously. There is tons of storage both topside and on the bow. She still retains her stately lines and her teak decks and bright work are in good condition. As mentioned before, this is a diamond in the rough but with just a little planning and loving care she could easily be a very well appointed, spacious and seaworthy vessel for many uses. If restoring historical vessels is one of your passions, give us a call. ID Number 1930


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