47' British Columbia Canada Salmon Seiner, Island Maid II

Year: 1945
Price: $65,000
Material: Wood
Location: chatham, MA, USA

Engine Info: Cat 318, 80hp

Description: Beautiful classic set up for cruises and comfortable living. Red cedar on oak and yew frames, fir keel, originally iron fastened but has been refastened with stainless steel. Decks are yellow cedar with heavy glass build up over. All systems re-done over the last 5-6 yrs. Built 1945, British Columbia-----47' OD, 13'4" beam, 5' draft Refit 10--12 years ago: new decks and cabins, new fuel tanks and filter systems ( 2-200 gals ) rewired and replumbed (work boat functional) Cat. 318 (1950)--rebuilt by factory---approx. 5000 hrs since---runs great---spare starter and alternator. cruises at 1250--1300 rpm's---7kts---less then 2 gallons/hr new aluminum deflecting rudder ( feathering aft edge ) good manuvering. aluminum propane can to 3 burner/oven stove; Norcold under counter fridge and freezer; 6 gal. stainless hot water heater; two sinks, (galley and aft vanity) hot and cold outside shower; two heads with manual raritans; Heart interface inverter and charger; 8 --6 volt Rolls house batteries ( 4years old) -2 8D 12 volt starting batteries 2015 ( 24 volt starting ) Original hydraulic anchor windless with 50' 1/2 " chain and 300' --3/4" rode; 65 # CQR Depth sounder: Garmin ( fish finder); Raymarine C 80 GPS chart plotter, and radar; Icom radio; CD player with stereo. Two 75 gal. poly water tanks------35 gal. poly holding tank. Planked in cedar and fir---originally iron nailed, refasted with stainless screws. backbone of heavy fir-- -approx. 1/3 of boat replanked over the years---on going maintenance. Decks replaced with heavy yellow cedar framing, fir decking and heavy glass over. Deck houses replaced at same time and are " stick " built (framed and sheathed with plywood) Exterior is painted with traditional paint and trimmed in mahogony and teak. New mast and steadying sail 2013. New aft deck awning -2014--needs new frame. Description: Pilot house very open with great visibility----frwd. helm on center with original bronze cumpass--electrical panel to port---aft of helm is galley on port and dining settee to starboard---small utility closet aft and seating to port. Stairs lead to fwd. cabin starboard of helm----under/over berths, small sink----aft through door to engine room----head to port; well lit with good ventilation. good access around engine and fuel systems. Aft from pilot house stairs to aft cabin----vanity at bottom of stairs with head (port side) starboard is small closet and access to utility room with batteries, water heater, and water pump. Aft is settee to port with storage outboard----double birth to starboard---closet aft---small dresser midships, and scuttle to aft deck to port. Large lazerette hatch in aft deck Island Maid is a strong and capable vessel for a particular owner with the means to care for her> ( either knowledge or $ ) She is able to coastal cruise as is, but is old enough that a ongoing maintenance program is needed. Planks here and there, or some caulking are needed every couple years. This is a great boat for one who loves the look and feel of a Northwest work boat-----and should bring many more great years of service to the right owner. I am a boatbuilder of many years; have replaced 8--10 planks on her----refastened well over 1000 screws----and am happy to share my knowledge of her. Also; Pease Boatworks is capable to assist in the care and or upgrades desired.