|2011 Rosborough Roughwater 9.11 Fast Trawler. Conepatus is a concept boat designed and built for a cruising couple. Our intention was to build a boat that was trailerable and yet seaworthy. She has served us well over the last 9 years. During this time we have cruised from the Chesapeake to Maine up the coast, from Chesapeake to the Canadian Trent - Severn and Rideau Canals, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, St Lawrence Seaway to Saguenay Fiord, Columbia River, Snake River, San Juan Islands, British Columbia Pacific coast, and Southeast Alaska. Over 13,000 miles on her bottom in the 9 years we have cruised her, plus another 8,000 miles on her trailer. Conepatus is a USCG Documented Vessel.
Conepatus has proven to be a capable seaboat during her cruises. With full electronics, twin 150hp Yamaha motors, watermaker, stove with oven, cabin furnace, refrigerator, and hot water she is a confortable boat for extended cruising away from the marinas. We typically cruise 3 to 6 months each year. She has a 3 axle Venture trailer with electric over hydraulic brakes.
Galley Equipment - Dickinson Caribbean Two Burner Propane Stove w - oven, NovaCool Refrigerator,
Sureflo Pressure Fresh Water System.
Additional Equipment -
Thetford Tecma Electric Macerator Head,
Dickinson Newport Furnace - Fireplace,
Solar panel 275W Marine w - Morning Star MPPT ,
Full enclosure cockpit enclosure with isinglass and Sunbrella canvas as well as Sunbrella window covers,
9" Dyer Dhow dinghy,
Inflatable tubes 24" with 6 isolated chambers. Hypolan, double layered in after third of tubes.
Navigation Systems ---
Simrad 12" EVO 3 NSS Chartplotter,
Simrad 4G Radar,
Simrad Depth Sounder,
Simrad SiriusXM Satellite Radio w - weather capability,
NMEA 2000 Data Network,
Airmar PB200 (WAAS - EGNOS GPS, Wind, Roll - Ptch - Yaw, Temp, Barometric pressure, electronic compass),
Icom M-802 HighFrequency Radio w - AT130 tuner,
Icom VHF M-604,
Simrad AP24 Autopilot w - SeaStar hydraulic steering,
EPRIB,. Located in Key Largo Florida.|
Contact Number: 954-376-5477
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|This 390 Fast Trawler has been in the hands of the current USCG Auxiliary owner since 2004, and has been carefully and professionally maintained. This is an economical, low-maintenance coastal cruiser, with classic trawler lines and a good turn of speed. The hull design is a semi-displacement, providing a stable ride offshore, with excellent cruiser characteristics. Steps to the flybridge are molded, and very substantial handholds fully encompass the walking spaces. The 3126 Caterpillar 350, with approximately 1500hrs from new, is conveniently and easily located through the main salon hatch, and all components are readily accessible. The sole is teak and holly, and the lower station offers surprisingly good visibility. The master stateroom has an island queen, with two hanging lockers. The guest stateroom is partially tucked under the galley, providing a very clever and usable design. Of course the galley is fully equipped. The 8kw Onan generator, with low hours,provides full electric power underway. She's currently (Jan 2020) in. Located in Eliot Maine.|
Contact Number: 603 433-3222
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|Twin 375HP Caterpillar Diesels
New Garmin Chartplotters at Both Helms (12 - 2014)
New Garmin Radar (12 - 2014)
New Garmin Autopilot (12 - 2014)
Spacious Master Suite
Galley Up with Excellent Views
Complete Engine Service & Shaft Alignment by Elite Diesel
The Grand Banks Eastbay 40 is a fast cruiser with exceptional performance, world-class construction and timeless good looks. They are rare to the market and Estrella is the only one listed in the Southern United States.
The deep V-hull easily cuts through a chop and prop pockets reduce the shaft angle which allows for shallower water operation. With her twin 375HP Caterpillars, Estrella's cruising speed is 20-21 knots with a top end around 27 knots.
Estrella is a very sea worthy vessel and is in excellent condition. Grand Banks quality and Grand Banks good looks.... Located in Hitchcock Texas.|
Contact Number: 903-401-9049
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