Steadfast - Area F Licensed Salmon Troll - $197,000 OBO

Boat Only - $87,000

The Steadfast is an excellent, relatively economical to run, freezer troller. She holds four to five thousand pounds frozen depending on species. Her dole plates can freeze approximately 60 chinook to the turn. The hold can be quickly converted to a dry ice system or a slush ice system (five slush bags come with vessel). For her size she is an excellent sea boat. The engine room is well insulated making her fairly quiet while running.

She is finished inside to yacht standards with her house finishing, head, shower, and galley appointments. The hot water system is heated by the engine, inverter or shore power. Her house appointments are wired to run from the inverter or a 15 or 30 amp shore power circuitry. She can be heated via bus heaters or with her diesel heater in the focsle.

The Steadfast has had the same owner for sixteen years. She has been kept very well maintained and has completed numerous up grades over these years. She is set up with full electronics in the house and stern so she can be fished safely and comfortably by one person. She has the bunk space for a skipper and up to two deckhands. The Steadfast comes with a complete set of maintenance records to start her new owner with a knowledgeable base on all the equipment on board.

She has served the owner well and while he has mixed feelings about selling, it's time to retire to his horse ranch to chase other interests.

Vessel Overview and Maintenance History:

Vancouver registry:
Permaglass Plastics; CFV 28186; Reg. Tonnage 6.52; official number 804188; Registered length 33'3/10"; Overall DFO licensed length 36'7"; beam 13'. 0"; Draft 5'6"; Built 1984; gross tons 14.56. Note: Physical overall length is close to 38'

Extensive detailed systems information and maintenance records available to purchaser. They are condensed here as follows:

Rear Gear:
   Twin Disc MG 506 RH; 2.99 to 1
   Completely rebuilt by Finning dealership, Steveston Marine 2005
   Present hours on gear on March 17, 2013 are 8725hr.

Engine:
   Cat 3208 naturally aspirated; 210 hp at 2800 RPM
   Completely rebuilt by Finning dealership, Steveston Marine, May 2005
   Present hours on gear on March 17, 2012 sees 8725hr

Saltwater Pumps:
  Wash down/Mutual pump is Jabsco #11860-0005 driven off engine
  Engine room electric bilge pump Jabsco 12 volt
  Stern cockpit electric pump in cockpit
  Lazzerrette has larger rule on float and manual switch
  Lazzerrette also has a 1 1/2" wash down/gutting pump
  Head has electric pump auto switch for shower bilge
  Spares on board for some installations

Ground Gear:
  80 fathoms 3/4" braid nylon installed June 07, flipped end for end Feb. 2013
  Galvanized chain - 6 fathoms 1/2" and 10.5 fathoms 3/8" new Feb. 2013
  Northill type anchor with spare on vessel

Tankage:

    Fuel:
      Port and Starboard in engine room 190 gallons - 874 litres each
      Lazarette - 170 gallons - 773 litres
      Total fuel 554 gallons - 2520 litres
      All three fuel tanks cleaned by Canadian Fuel Oil Polishing Ltd Sept. 3/04

    Water:
      Lazarette said to be 200 gallons but looks more like 100 to 125
      Particulate and carbon water filters in system
      In my 16 years we have never ran out of water even with showers every couple of days.

Hydraulics:

    Deck Pump:
      Deck pump supplied by 15 gallon tank, pump Model TB 12 ccv
      Pump System runs anchor winch, gurdies and capstan (for pulling stabies, poles or traps
      Spare pump set on board

    Gurdies:
      Two three spool Simplex re-built 1993, still in good condition
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    Winch:
      Winch motor rebuild September 2012

Freezer Pump & Compressor:
  Eton Model W70553 LAB - AHE 1286 - 4G 14 MP, new case, bearings and shaft January 2012
  Compressor Carrier model#05DX637-330B, serial #4680MA0790 450 HS 3105 #1691 new factory rebuilt unit installed July 2002. New coupling flange and flex drive installed January 2012. Spare flex drive on board
  Change Freon to 507 gas plus new drier May 2002.
  New refrigerant June 2012.
  Hydraulic tank 25 gallons.

Power steering:
  Steering ram completely rebuilt May 2007
  New follow up & wire to distribution box June 07 plus complete spare on board
  Steering hydraulic pump - Vickers - new seal & bearings Aug. 07

Rigging:
  Aluminum A frame mast, poles, pogos & gin pole
  Heavy duty aluminum cover over cockpit that also serves to hold skiff
  New aluminum bi-wing type stabies June 2008

Batteries:
  House batteries - four deep cycle 6-volt golf cart type wired for 12 volt. New April 2007
  Starting batteries - two high crank capacity 12 volt wired in series - June 2009

Propeller and Drive Train:
  New four blade Michigan prop 30 x 24 RH x 2" - May 2002
  Spare prop is three blade 32 x 25 RH x 2"
  New cutlass and bearing housing May 2002
  New shaft drive saver on board but not installed.
  Shaft pulled and inspected June 2011

Valving:

    Through hulls and sea cocks:
      Head intake 3/4" gate
      Head outlet 1 1/2" gate
      Wash down engine room 1" gate
      Wash down in Lazarette 3/4" ball
      Packing gland cooling 1/2"ball new 2000

    Tanks:
      Starboard and port fuel tank 1" ball valves new 2003 & 2004
      Stern fuel tank 1/2" gate
      Stern water tanks two 1/2" gate valves new 1999

AC Wiring:
  1500 watt inverter installed September 2012
  Outdoor type fluorescent lights installed over checkers May 2004
  New 110V supply line to stern sounder box May 2004
  New AC panel with gauges install May 2009
  30 Amp shore power wiring installed May 2011. Can be ran with 30 amp or 15 amp shore power

DC Wiring:
  Numerous new light fixtures install in cabin plus new positive and negative buss panels installed 2009
  Most of house wiring, dash panel, sending units off engine and gear, to cockpit and lazzerrette rewired - May 2009
  All metal grounded in April 2004 including mast and poles.

Alternators:
  House system - heavy duty 75 amp Delco Series with spare on board
  Starting system 35 amps unit new June 2004. Spare with larger amperage on board

Electronics:
  Furuno GPS Navigator GP-50 Mark-3 (came with vessel)
  ComNav 2001 auto pilot (came with vessel)
  House sounder - SITEX HE 705 Mark II, (came with vessel), new holding battery 2010
  Stern sounder SITEX HE 705, new holding battery June 2010 - spare monochrome sounder on board
  Stern remote flat screen monitor for navigation package June 2012
  Stern remote for Comdev pilot completely rebuilt 2003 plus new cable 2004. Set up so available for deck or stern use.
  House radar Furuno daylight (came with vessel)
  Stern radar used Furuno daylight installed 2010
  Three VHF radios - ICOM M504 (new May 2009); ICOM M502 (new 2002); Motorola Triton II (came with vessel)
  CB Radio Shack
  Microwave new March 2013
  Toaster new June 2012
  Inverter - STATPOWER 1500 watt May 2009, spare on board
  Delphi XM Sat radio new 2008 tied to Centroid stereo new 2007
  American Black Box (came with vessel)
  Fridge - Claritone 12V new 2008
  Propane four burner range with oven new 2004

Deck, Skiff and Canopy:
  Fibre-glass skiff
  Deck revisions 2003:
  Canopy over checkers
  Portable aluminum ladder to cabin top which can also fix side of vessel for over-side ladder if required
  Stern lockable electronic box
  Three fuel ports lockable

Bunks:
  Two single bunks in focsle
  Galley bench converts to double bunk in house

Wheel House:
  Roof hatch/skylight installed May 2004 with 1/2" Smokey Lexan allow engine to be pulled for rebuild. Major improvement in lighting inside house!
  Removable Lexan storm windows installed May 2004 on front facing windows

Package Price - Boat and Area F Licence - $197,000 OBO

Boat Only - $87,000

Contact: John Hughes
Phone: (250) 695-6617
Cel: (604) 483-6105















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