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1980 | 49' Californian 46 LCR Trawler for Sale

1980 Californian

49' (15.09m) 46 LCR -

Very Rare, American Made!


Vessel ID# 2792929      Last Updated: 2022-11-26 08:19:54

$ 42,900 USD

€ 41,475 Euros
€ 57,874 CAD

Description

Very Rare Californian 46 LRC Trawler. American Made Trawler. Very Solid Hull and Topsides. Very Strong Running Naturally Aspirating 3208 Caterpillar Diesels, no smoke during cold start up and they run strong. Fuel Prices got you down? No problems here LRC is a Long-Range Cruiser. 


*Twin 3208 Cat Diesels - 220 HP - Fresh Water Cooled - Estimated 2,000 Hours

*Hy Nautic Steering 

*2010 Next Gen Diesel Generator 5.5 Kw - FWC - Only 256 Hours 

*Twin 30 Amp Shore Power w Cords and 50 Amp Connector  

* 2ea Corsair 16,000 BTU Air Conditioning 

*Two Very Large Staterooms (Forward and Aft) w Private Head Compartments

**So very much more, Please see Full or Additional Specs or scroll down, depending on the advertising format**


Contact the Listing Broker: Daryl Hall // Direct # 941-685-2399 or email direct daryl@stampyachtsales.com


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Stamp Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 49' 6" (15.09 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1980

Beam: 14' 8"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 4' 6"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 7

Queen Berths: 1

Full Beam Master: Yes

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 9.1 Knots

Cruise Speed: 7.5 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 500 Gallons (1892.71 Liters)

Fresh Water: 190 Gallons (719.23 Liters)

Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

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BROKERS WALK THRU

A very rare American made Californian 46 LRC. Sellers have owned for 11 years. Purchased in New York and used Primarily as a live aboard in the Florida Keys for Nearly 10 Years. She is now located in a slip in Punta Gorda Florida. Sellers have bought a house on the east coast and they are moving on to the land lubber lifestyle.


Boat is very dry and solid. There are no noted leaks in any of the windows. Engines are reportedly strong running and fired up very impressively from a cold start as can be seen from an included video in this ad. Engine room is spartan, but very roomy and accommodating to get around and work in.


Exterior topsides were just painted with a rubberized epoxy nonskid and feels very durable should last a long time. Entry doors to Port, Starboard and the Bridge allow great ventilation and easy access to and from the interior from anywhere on the boat. Large heavy duty port lights also give this boat excellent ventilation when needed. 


The interior is ready and can be move into. It is in need of some work. Sellers had interior carpet removed so that can be replaced or preferably I would go to a more modern wood flooring. There are other odds and ends that could use a touch up that can be noted that will follow in the full specs. 


Yes, it needs some work. What old boat does not? This boat may need a little more than some. But the main things... The overall construction and engines seem to be all in great order for her age. So, in some respects, it needs much less than others.

Sellers want a quick sale, and she is priced well. Fuel consumption should not be an issue with any trawler you buy.



Get me a fair offer with a quick sale, this boat will be yours in a heartbeat! 

EXTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS

Upper Helm w Bridge and Brand-New Captains Chair

Radar Arch

Bimini Top w Green Bimini - Stored Below Deck in Galley (Usable) Matching Isinglass Enclosure (Older) Useable, has not been used in a while

U-shaped Lounge Seating on Bridge

Bridge Entry Hatch to Salon 

Wide Side Decks Port and Starboard

Stainless Steel Railings

Aft Cockpit w Transom Door 

Solid Swim Platform and Swim Ladder

Port and Starboard Sliding Entry Doors to the Salon

INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS

Two Very Large Staterooms w Private Heads w Ample Storage Each One Forward and One Aft 

Full Galley w Ample Storage

Dinette for 4 Converts to Sleep 2

Salon with L-Shaped Settee 

Lower Helm - Lower Helm Operates by Steering and can power the engines on and off. Does not Shift.... Never has. 

PRIMARY STATEROOM

Located Aft this is a full Beam Aft Cabin and includes a Walk Around Island Queen Bed.

*With ample walk around room - and know how - this could be converted to a King. 

Dressers and Closets are Numerous and Built in to Both Port and Starboard

3ea. Hanging Closets

A Vanity with Seating Space is to Port

Also to Port is a very large private walk in Head with Fresh Water Sink, Flushing Toilet and a Separate Fresh Water Shower with Tub. 

GUEST STATEROOM

Guest Stateroom is located Forward and is very large and not typical for a forward guest stateroom aboard a trawler. It is a V-Berth but a large V-Berth. This boat was used by a cruising / live aboard couple primarily used for storage. 

 Ample Storage Built in and 1ea. hanging Closet

1ea. storage closet to port 

Private Head Compartment to Port with Fresh Water Sink and Flushing Toilet ... Note: Fresh Water Shower, A stand up Fresh Water Shower is there. It needs to be hooked up to the freshwater tank. It was disconnected by the current owners as it was never used by them. 

GALLEY

Fresh Water Sink

Marvel Stainless Steel Freezer

Accucold Refrigerator

LG Microwave

110V Outlets 

Ample Storage and Drawers whether Living Dockside, On the Hook or Cruising Abroad. 

Current Owners were Live Aboard Boaters in the Keys and Adjusted the boat by removing the oven and installing extra cabinetry. They used a plug-in induction stove and toaster oven if and when needed.    

MECHANICAL

Large Engine Room with Adequate Space Once Inside To Work on. Access is Located Between The Galley and Dinette. Overhead Access can be Accessed through the top currently screwed in tight. 

Twin Cat 3208 Diesel Engines Naturally Aspirating, Fresh Water Cooled, Estimated 2,000 Hours 

2010 Next Gen Diesel Generator - 256 Hours 

Hynautic Assisted Hydraulic Steering

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL

2ea. Corsair Air Conditioning Systems (16,000 BTU's)

Twin 30 Amp Shore Power Hook Up w Cords one 50 Amp Splitter

Hot Water Heater 

3ea. 8D Batteries 

On Board Battery Charger 

Furuno Radar - Upper Helm Wire Needs Replaced

Newer Raymarine A Series GPS, Chart Plotter, Fish and Depth Finder w Thru Hull Transducer

Icom VHF Radio

SELLERS TO DO WORK LIST

Below is a list of things that are in need of being done by a new owner depending on cruising and or live aboard habits.

 1) There are six aluminum fuel tanks on board. Being a very fuel-efficient boat 4 tanks were rarely used and currently the flow valves turned off. The 4 bottom fuel tanks need to be re-polished if extended cruising is being planned. A local fuel polishing company gave him a recent estimate of $80 per tank. There is currently about 400 gallons of fuel on board. 

2) Lower helm does not shift. It never has. Or at least it did not when he bought it. many boats do not have a lower helm station. They lived aboard and boated in fair weather conditions. Helm works fine other than shifting, If serious cruising is in the plans or in bad weather climates, this may need to be addressed. 

3) All the gauges in the upper helm were replaced two years ago. for whatever reason the tachometers just started sticking. Those are something that should be addressed soon. Could be a fuse, a loose wire, or a new tach is about $100 to $150 each. 

4) Anchor Windlass. There is one, that is a huge bonus. It needs rebuilt or replaced

5) There is no working Stereo or TV on board.

6) The Glaring thing to me. But certainly not anything operational or functional is the interior flooring. There is none. It is plywood, it is solid it is not rotten, and nothing is wrong with it, it is cosmetic. They used carpeting. That is a cheap quick fix. In the long haul I would spend some time and money use a nice modern laminate wood flooring. You could add really good value to this boat if done right. I have actually seen boats appreciate in value when this is done.

7) Hydraulic Steering has a small leak. Nothing glaring. Nothing Unusual... O-rings need changed

8) Foreword Head Compartment. Stand Up Shower is not hooked up to the Fresh Water Tank. If you are a cruising couple this may be a non-issue. If you have kids on board, you are going to want to hook it up. 

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3208
  • Engine Year: 1980
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 210.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2000.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3208
  • Engine Year: 1980
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 210.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2000.00

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