Malahide Trawler Yacht Pilothouse
Live Aboard, Voyage & Charter
Malahide Trawler Yacht Pilothouse for sale | 65'0" | 1972 | 1x diesel 375hp | Wood Construction | Full-Displacement underwater profile | 12 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 256571
|Builder||Southern Marine, Ireland & Rana Boat, Norway|
|Lying||Seattle, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||2,200.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||500.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||88.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 375hp|
|Engine make and model||Caterpillar TA D-353 (1980)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 13,500|
|Prop(s)||4 blade, 55 x 46 RH, bronze|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||7.0 USG /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||7.8 knots|
Caterpillar 375 HP main engine, Twin Disc hydraulic clutch transmission 3:1 reduction, maximum 1200 RPM;
Range: 2000 - 2500 nautical miles;
PTO unit for alternators, pulley drive hydraulic pump for windlass, bilge dewatering, stabilizer hydraulic pump (active fin stabilizers have been removed);
Racor 1000 primary fuel filtration in bypass manifold;
Full instrumentation at engine including RPM gauge.
Significant recent engine work includes:
Top end rebuild with remanufactured cylinder heads, new valves/springs, new injectors/pumps/yokes/nozzles, rebuilt PTO, rebuilt turbocharger (all work in 2017).
4 inch stainless steel shaft (new 2016); cutlass bearings (2) (new 2016);
Prop reconditioned (2017); Bronze traditional packing gland (new Teflon packing 2016).
Wet exhaust repaired (2016), new exhaust fitting installed (2017);
Electrical system includes 12 volt and 24 volt DC systems and 120 volt AC system.
2 volt Dyno 220 AH (12 each) for 24 VDC
8D Dyno 250 AH (2 each) for 24 VDC
Group 31 (1 each) for 12 VDC
Northern Lights 16 KW (2007), 15000 hours
Northern Lights 6 KW (2008), 2687 hours
Outback FX2524 Charger/Inverter (2015) with monitor;
ProMariner ProSport 12 charger;
50 amp shorepower;
Galvanic isolation transformer
Other rigged Wood spars (1972) with Stainless Steel standing rigging (1972)
|Headsail||- Hank On (unknown year)|
|Other sails||Mizzen steadying sail (unknown year)|
Downwind headsail (needs repair);
Mizzen steadying sail;
Ketch rig, no mainsail;
Boom for cargo loading
24 volt, 12 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator See comments
The boat was built to the rugged “Det Norske Veritas” construction standards, certifying her to operate year round in the extreme conditions of the North Sea. Construction is of carvel planking over massive timbers and frames with a laminated keel. The hull is fastened with locust wood trunnels, which swell in the timbers to form a tenacious, corrosion-free connection. Galvanized steel and bronze fasteners are used in a supplementary way in other places in the vessel. Norwegian Pitch Pine forms the primary hull structure material with a welded aluminum cabin and pilothouse for strength, lighter weight aloft, and durability. The hull and aluminum superstructure were fabricated in Norway and the boat was delivered under her own power to Ireland for completionat the Southern Marine shipyard in Malahide. This boat has been professionally maintained as a United States documented charter vessel with a 2018 survey proving the condition of the vessel as “very good and serviceable” for “operation in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, Southeast Alaska, and along the west coast of the continental US and into Mexico waters.”
Water tanks: SS (250 gallons), plastic (250 gallons);
Holding tank: plastic (88 gallons) (new with all new lines and macerator pump in 2017).
Waterline Boats / Boatshed does not independently verify capacities and measures, which are reported from seller-provided information and/or literature.
|Total # of berths||12|
|No. of double berths||4|
|No. of single berths||4|
|No. of crew berths||4|
|Air conditioning||3 Air conditioning Units|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
This is a substantially-built classic wooden charter vessel that is well found for long distance voyaging and living aboard in comfort.
The layout features a forward cabin crew’s quarters, three staterooms for guests, a large galley with ample storage, a generous salon and lounge area, and a pilothouse with separate cabin.
Enter the forward crew’s quarters through a large deck shuttle companionway. This cabin is set up with a lower double and upper single berth, a settee, a marine head compartment with shower, and ample storage.
From the main deck, you may enter the cabin spaces from a port side or cockpit doorway. The aft door opens to a large salon with a settee to port and L-shaped settee to starboard with a large glass table. Teak cabinetry and desks provide for ample storage. Large windows permit splendid views and open for ventilation.
Forward from the saloon is the large galley. You will find a three burner propane stove with oven, microwave, a new refrigerator with freezer and a large built-in refrigerator in this space. A very large freezer is below decks for ample food storage. A large opening window complements the galley.
Adjoining the galley is the forward lounge area with windows to the outside and teak storage cabinetry. A teak companionway leads below to the sleeping cabins and head compartment.
On the lower deck, the master suite is amidships. This features a large queen-sized berth with Tempurpedic mattress (2015), teak hanging lockers and drawers, and a portlight hatch to the outside plus an overhead hatch to the deck. An ensuite head compartment includes a shower compartment with seating and a port light hatch for ventilation.
Forward down a hallway a storage compartment to port provides access to the large freezer and storage for cleaning supplies and equipment. Opposite to starboard is the guest head compartment with a large shower and opening port light. The hallway leads forward to the guest cabins.
The port side guest cabin features upper single and lower double berths, ample storage in drawers and lockers, and an opening hatch to the foredeck plus opening port light to port. The starboard guest cabin features a lower double and upper single berth, a settee, bookshelf, and teak lockers and drawers for storage. An overhead hatch leads to the foredeck and an opening port light is to starboard.
From the main level, a companionway ladder leads to the pilothouse. The helm station provides excellent visibility, with full navigation equipment and ship control systems. A pilot’s cabin with single berth, desk, and storage is aft in the pilothouse. Doors to port and starboard lead to the large upper deck. A companionway ladder at the aft end of this deck leads back to the cockpit.
Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven;
Magic Chef refrigerator freezer (new) and original in-wall refrigerator;
In-wall freezer (on lower deck);
Breville convection oven (new);
Ice makers (2);
Coffeemakers, blender, full dining service items;
Numerous opening ports and windows to provide ample ventilation;
Two (2) propane tanks in dedicated locker
Marine head compartments (3):
Tecma Electric Toilet (2017), plus Master Flush Electric Toilet (2015), and Jabsco Manual Toilet in crew quarters (2018);
Two (2) enclosed showers plus one in crew quarters head compartment
RHEEM 20 gallon and 6 gallon water heaters;
FilmTec 18-20 GPH watermaker (2016);
Three (3) Marine Air heat pump/AC units with central seawater circulation pump;
Four (4) electric heaters;
Two (2) portable electric heaters;
Two (2) dehumidifiers
3 burner propane Stove
|VHF DSC radio|
Skymate Sat-com: email & weather
ICOM IC-M412 with DSC VHF radio;
ICOM Floating Handheld radios (4);
ICOM IC-M804 SSB with auto-tuner;
Standard Horizon Loud Hailer MP5100012;
Raymarine GPS (primary), GPS GLONASS with independent display (backup);
Furuno DRS4 radar (new, to be installed);
Furuno Model 1835 radar;
Sitex-Koden 36 mile radar integrated with Nobeltec navigation software;
Garmin 240 depth sounder, Airmar transducer;
Interphase SE 200B depth sounder, forward and side scanning sonar with two transducers;
Ritchie Compass, 4.5” flat card;
Nobeltec VNS 11 Navigation Suite and AIS Receiver (2013); Toshiba interchangeable laptops (2) (2013);
1 halyard winches
(Navy (300#); Navy (140#); Danforth (90#))
600'0" of chain
Duraboat 12' (aluminum); dinghy (2000)
9.9hp outboard, Yamaha, Short shaft (unknown year)
The vessel is equipped with deck gear, accessories, and shore boat appropriate to offshore voyaging and charter work.
600 feet of 1/2" ACCO HT galvanized chain (new 2017);
Plath hydraulic windlass with new clutch (2015);
Custom boarding ladder and teak swim platform;
Fishing gear, shrimp and crab pots for Alaska included.
Sea kayaks: double (1), single (7), inflatable (1);
|Carbon Monoxide detector|
7 bilge pumps (4 manual / 3 electric)
Date of last life raft service: 03-15-2018
EPIRB battery replacement date: 01-01-2015
The vessel is fully equipped with safety equipment as required for charter and offshore passage making.
Ample lifejackets for passengers, Type IV life rings (3), and Life Sling MOB device;
Visual Distress Signals, ACR EPIRB (new 2015);
Switlok 10 person SOLAS-A liferaft (current inspection); abandon ship ditch bag;
Nine (9) immersion suites with strobes (2015);
Smoke/CO2 Alarms, High Bilge Water Alarm;
Search light, radar reflector;
First aid kit (new 2018);
Engine room halon automatic fire suppression system;
Bilge pumps: electric, manual, belt driven off engine PTO, and gasoline powered models;
Ships intercom system;
Signal flag set;
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Malahide Trawlers were created as long-distance ocean-capable voyaging yachts. These boats conformed to the proven design and construction found in North Sea fishing vessels which sailed in all weather conditions. Malahides were designed by Myles Stapleton and constructed primarily in Norway, Ireland, and Portugal depending on the model. All of the boats had in common: hull construction using heavy timbers, framing, and planking; single engine propulsion with very large engines; extensive tankage for long distance travel; independent power generation capability; and extensive safety systems for offshore voyaging.
Our 65’ Malahide Trawler Yacht Pilothouse model is a fine example of the type. The boat has been professionally maintained and actively chartered with a Jones Act Waiver that goes with the ship. All systems and structure are inspected and maintained or upgraded each season. The boat is well-equipped with an approval for up to 12 passengers for hire. As a private yacht, the boat has grace and character with ample accommodations and comfort features.
Accommodation features include:
-Three comfortable private staterooms plus crew quarters and off-watch pilothouse berthing;
-Full galley with extensive freezer and refrigeration compartments and food storage;
-Private Master Suite marine head compartment with shower;
-Guest marine head compartment with shower;
-Berthing for three crew members and a private marine head compartment in the crew quarters;
-Gracious living space in the main salon, a forward lounge, and outside deck spaces;
Mechanical and ship systems include:
-Caterpillar 375 HP main engine with complete top end rebuild in 2017;
-Robust running gear with major rebuilding in 2016;
-Two diesel generators plus a massive house battery bank;
-Hydraulic windlass and heavy duty ground tackle for safety;
-Extensive and current ship navigation and safety systems;
-This vessel is fully equipped for charter service including shore boats, kayaks, and more.
Our 65’ Malahide Trawler Yacht is proven as a capable and gracious yacht for long distance cruising and living aboard, as well as having demonstrated multiple years of success in charter service. The condition of the boat today is excellent due to professional maintenance and proactive stewardship. The ability to operate in charter provides financial leverage and an exciting potential to explore distant places with clients. This is a true heritage vessel that offers a compelling lifestyle opportunity for the next owner.
Please reach out if you are interested in discovering more about this boat in person.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.