The cockpit is very big, Teak covering boards with hawse pipes for stern
lines. Very Large transom fishbox with piano hinged lid. Fighting Chair
with launcher backrest, and padded armrests (recently recovered)
cutting board and rigging drawer (custom fighting chair cover included).
50 amp shore power connection is located beneath the stbd coaming,
Fresh and Raw water washdowns are located beneath the port coaming,
Livewell beneath the ladder. There is a high capacity washdown
connection beneath the salon step that is suitable for feeding an
Auxiliary Livewell if so desired. 12 volt Plugs for electric reels are
under the gunwhales. Engine room access from the cockpit, two large
insulated bait/tackle compartments. Generous overhang from the flybridge
provides excellent afternoon shade.
Triple spreader outriggers
with flybridge release, Center Rigger. The beautiful teak and tinted
glass salon door is located on the std side, and is fully lockable and
has a functioning side-lite half door.
Salon and Galley
Due to the generous beam of this vessel, the salon is quite large. Satin
finished Teak trim for the Windows, doors and valences. Headliner with
flush mounted overhead lighting. The AC/DC breaker panel is along the
stbd side with remote control for the generator and breakers for all
electrical items. There are built in L-shaped bench sofas on both sides
of the salon. Cushions are easily removable with TONS OF ROD STORAGE
under these benches. The carpeted floor is clean and headroom is ample.
Controls for the Reverse Cycle HVAC system are located in the galley.
RCA TV/VCR player
Sharp 300w stereo with AM/FM/CD/Aux input
Kenmore under-counter Freezer
Kenmore under-counter Refrigerator
Sharp Carousel microwave oven
large Formica Counters trimmed with Teak
Porcelain Sink with combination faucet
(Kenmore 20 gallon water heater in engine room)
Counter-top Coffee maker
Heating/ Air Conditioning control panel
Down the extra wide stairway from the Salon, is the lover level.
guest head is immediately to Stbd with good counter space, sink with
hot/cold faucet, 2 medicine cabinets, under counter storage, Raritan
electric flushing toilet. Wallpaper on the walls with clear plexiglass
below the chair rail for easy clean-up.
the port side is the MSR with a privacy door. There is a nightstand and
double wide berth, with an overhead deck hatch. Teak cabinets are
overhead for storage. Carpeted floor and good headroom.
is private access to the master head. Here you will find a counter with
sink, medicine cabinet, Raritan electric flushing toilet, and a
stand-up stall shower with curtain.
towards the bow you will find upper and lower crew bunks (foam
mattresses) with overhead rod racks. Reading lamps for convenience.
GUEST BUNK ROOM
guest room is forward with a privacy door. There is a counter top along
the Stbd side, with door and drawer storage cabinets (perfect spot for
additional tackle). Upper and lower bunks with foam mattresses are along
the port side. There is an overhead hatch, and overhead rod storage for
another 30 rods. Anchor locker access is forward with access to the
underside of the Windlass.
The bridge is accessed by a ladder from the stbd side of the cockpit.
Along the back rail there are Gold Anodized rocket launcher style
holders for 6 rods. This is tournament style helm with single lever
controls, and a single ladder-back helm chair.
valves are conveniently located on either side of the helm pod. Bench
seating, with removable cushions, run along both sides of the bridge for
passenger seating (there is storage beneath both benches). A pop-up
electronics box sits just ahead of the helm pod, within easy reach of
the Capt. A 3 sided helm enclosure with large U-zips for fresh air.
Garmin 4212 color GPS/Plotter (2 screens)
Garmin xHD2 4' open array radar antenna
Raytheon color radar with 4' open array
Raytheon V8010 color sounder
Northstrar 952x GPS/Plotter
Icom M502 VHF Radio
Standard Horizon VHF Radio
Navico PH8000 autopilot
remote spotlight with helm control
Good anchor windlass with helm control
Fiberglass hardtop over Anodized Aluminum frame
Non-skid side decks
Brightly Varnished teak toe rail
Brightly varnished teak eyebrow
Tinted salon side windows
Painted "black mask"
Large stainless steel mid ship cleats (2 on each side), plus bow cleat
Goode anchor windlass with Bow Cleat
Brightly varnished Anchor Pulpit with Stainless Steel anchor chute
3 foredeck hatches
Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment
Engine room access is from the Cockpit. You will find the engine room to be very brightly lit, clean and tidy. Carpeted down the center with mirrored panels above the engines and along both outboard sides. This helps to makes engine room checks easy. Engine air intake vents are under the gunwhales.
There is a Battery charger located behind the stbd engine that charges the Battery for the DC reel outlets in the cockpit
Paper towel rack conveniently located near the door
Dual Racor Primary fuel filters (2 for each engine), conveniently located near the engine room door.
Twin Disk Transmissions (model MG 5114A, 1.75:1) with Trolling Valves, new in 2006
Main engines are Lugger 2140A (700 hp at 2100 rpm), new in 2006
75 gallon water tank located at the front of the engine room
Tool box located at front of engine room
20 gallon water heater in front of Port engine
There is a bank of batteries for each engine (2 batteries in each bank), each bank has it's own 24 volt charger
The generator is an 8kw Onan with 4200 hrs of run time, it sits in front of the Stbd engine with it's own battery.
A ProMariner 40 amp battery charger hangs near the Generator, this is the charger for the 12v DC system (including the Generator Battery)
Reverso Oil change pump, located in front of the Stbd engine, with connections for both Main engines and the Generator
Cruise Speed and Fuel Burn Info
Bootlegger holds 600 gallons of fuel (two 300 gallon aluminum tanks)
under the cockpit floor. These tanks can easily be seen while going down
the alley towards the Rudder Posts. The alleyway between the tanks is
Fuel Burn: on a normal day fishing from Va
Beach to the Norfolk Canyon and back, she normally burns 250 to 270
gallons of fuel). This equates to about 1/2 NMPG on a full day trip.