Pacific Trawlers 40 Pilothouse John Deere Diesel
Covered Moorage Available!
Pacific Trawlers 40 Pilothouse John Deere Diesel for sale | 40'0" | 2000 | 1x diesel 300hp | GRP Construction | Semi-Displacement underwater profile | 4 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 253707
|Builder||Pacific Trawlers, Inc|
|Lying||Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||465.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||265.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||40.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 300hp|
|Engine make and model||John Deere 6076AFM30 (2000)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 1715|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||3.7 USG /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8.5 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||12 knots|
*Cruise speed as reported by owner: 8.5 knots/1400 RPM/approx 3.7 gph
*Xantrex Freedom Marine 20. 2000watt, 100 amp inverter/charger.
*Proline 50-amp “smart” battery charger.
*Proline battery combiner for charge control.
*2-12V AGM deep cycle house battery bank with 560 AH capacity (new 2016).
*1-Group 31 AGM engine starting battery (new 2017).
*1-Group 24 generator starting battery.
*Northern Lights 6kw generator.
*CruiseRO Water 30 GPH 110VAC watermaker (pickled, 2018).
*Reverso oil changing system.
12 volt, 2 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum
Water Tanks: Aluminum.
Note: Owner reports that 65 gallons of total indicated is dedicated to use in the Raritan freshwater head.
Holding Tank: Plastic
Wallas diesel forced-air heat
Underway engine hot water heat
Two (2) Cruiseair heat/air conditioning (16 KBTU) units
40 gallon black water holding tank with macerator and deck pumpout
6 gallon Seaward water heater
Cockpit cold water shower
Waterline Boats / Boatshed did not independently verify capacities, or dimensions described in this listing. Information is derived from seller-provided information and/or literature.
|Total # of berths||4|
|No. of double berths||2|
|Air conditioning||2 Air conditioning Units rated at 16 BTU/h|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
|Raw water wash|
I will expect the accommodations and amenities onboard this Pacific Trawlers 40 to delight a cruising couple of any age.
The forward berth is a centerline queen with wing extensions (as photographed) which has comfortably accommodated the current owners, both of whom are quite tall. Each has a large hanging locker with drawers for storage beneath the berth.
Just aft is the raised pilothouse with side-by-side captains chairs installed by one of the previous owners. The helm has the full compliment of navigation equipment as well as a computer that runs Coastal Explorer software. The split doors to port and starboard allow easy access to the bow or up the short ladder on starboard to the fly bridge.
Moving aft and down a couple of steps, the large u-shaped galley is to port. There is lots of counter space and storage, a huge single sink, Princess three burner electric stove/oven and under-counter side-by-side Nova Cool refrigerator and freezer.
The large head with a separate shower, a fresh water, manual head and sink is starboard amidships. This seems especially well thought out when considering its use as a day or guest head.
The salon is full width with loads of light from the large windows. The L-shaped settee converts to a large double berth that has been described as “very comfortable”. A table that raises and lowers as well as folds away is very functional for moving away when the occasional guest stays the night or enjoying meals. To port is a leather chair and 27” HD monitor and Blu-ray disc player with remote to watch movies in the evening. There are pull-down blinds in the salon and screens for all the doors and windows for comfort.
The open transom allows easy boarding and level access to the cockpit and salon areas. The staples are easy to remove for boarding yet impart a sense of safety while in place and underway. These boats have a reputation for being very seaworthy and it is noted that the transom area stays dry even with a relatively vigorous following sea.
The fly bridge helm is shaded by a bimini and has seating for approximately five average adults. The deck holds the 12’ AB RIB (2015) that is easily deployed via the hinged radar mast. Mast was custom rigged by Brion Toss and allows for a reduced air draft, making it convenient to moor undercover. Once the dinghy is deployed the cradle is easily stored and the deck may be transformed into a delightful spot to entertain on a summer evening.
Note: There are a few personal items such as artwork, ditch bag, tools, life jackets, med kit that will be excluded from the sale. A list will be provided and discussed with offers.
3 burner electric Stove
*Comnav 1001 Autopilot, with remote on flying bridge (new 2016)
*PC navigation (Intel Nuc w/Intel processor) with Rose Point Coastal Explorer software, interfaced to the GPS and AIS feeds from the VHF radio. Current vector and raster charts for CONUS, and raster charts from the Canadian Hydrographic Service for British Columbia.
*22” HD Navigation display (new 2016)
*Ritchie 4” magnetic compass
*Standard-Horizon 2200 Matrix AIS/VHF (new 2016)
*Furuno GP32 GPS, interfaced to radar display (new 2016)
*Furuno FCV 588 color fishfinder (new 2016)
*Furuno 1835 10” Color LCD 4KW (48mi) radar w/24” radome array (new 2016)
Flybridge cover and Bimini.
Electric Lofrans windlass
200'0" of chain
150'0" of rode
AB dinghy (2015)
30hp outboard, Tohatsu, Short shaft (2015)
Anchor: 15kg Bruce
Chain: 200' - 1/4" stainless steel
Rode: 150' - 3/4" nylon
Dinghy: 12' AB Aluminum hull RIB, in great condition. (New 2015).
|Carbon Monoxide detector|
3 bilge pumps (0 manual / 3 electric)
Remotely controlled search light.
This Pacific Trawlers 40 appears to be in extremely good condition. This is a single-stateroom centerline queen (with wings, to appear as a v-berth) version with a full-beam, well-lit salon, a large u-shaped galley with electric stove/oven and side-by-side under-counter refrigerator and freezer and a very large single sink. She is well equipped for either Pacific Northwest cruising or more temperate climates as she has both diesel heat and reverse cycle heat/air systems. Piloting from either the raised pilothouse or the flybridge is your choice as they both afford excellent visibility.
This PT 40 is powered by a single, mechanically-controlled, commercial-duty 300 hp John Deere diesel engine and a 6kw Northern Lights generator.
The large open transom has staples that remove for extremely easy “step-on” access from either side or the stern. Whether boarding from the dock or the dinghy, you will have level access directly to the salon.
She is currently in covered moorage and has had a recent buff and wax to make her shine.
This PT 40 has cruised to SE Alaska, circumnavigated Vancouver Island and “gunkholed” much of BC. These boats have a strong reputation for their ease of handling and seaworthiness.
Where will she take you?
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.