1981 Sea Ranger
45' (13.72m) Raised Pilot House Europa Sedan - BLUE MOON
BLUE MOON is a SEA RANGER 45 built in Taiwan in 1981 by C & L Marine with a solid fiberglass hull. This Raised Pilot house has fiberglass decks with the Europa Sedan appeal. TAMD-40, 165 hp turbo charged 6 cylinder diesel. 6 102 gallon 5052 aluminum tanks and bow thruster.
- DEMOPOLIS Alabama United States
- Raised Pilot House Europa Sedan
- Fiberglass Hull
BLUE MOON is a 1981 45' Sea Ranger built by C & L Marine in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Blue Moon offers a Volvo TAMD-40 165 Hp main engine, Borg Warner Velvet Drive reverse reduction gear.
8kW Westerbeke diesel generator, ProMariner 1220 20 amp charger, Xantrex TC 20 Truecharge 10 TB, Lowrance LCX-28 c HD, Furuno Radar, Lowrance Link 8, WESMAR Thruster, AIS, rigid bottom dinghy with outboard, cockpit for easy docking and locking, both the master and guest staterooms have larger size berths. Larger comfortably sized head makes this model special along with it's layout.
This Pilothouse trawler has new fuel tanks, new shaft, 2 wheels recently balanced, windless rebuilt, new fresh water pump in the main engine & new engine circulation pump, both heat exchangers in both engines have been serviced in 2021, new bottom 2021.
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LOA: 45' " (13.72 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 14' 9"
Bridge Clearance: 17' 8"
Draft Max: 4' 3"
Draft Min: 4' 2"
Single Berths: 1
Queen Berths: 2
Maximum Speed: 11 Knots
Cruise Speed: 8 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 612 Gallons (2316.67 Liters)
Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
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45' Sea Ranger Vessel Walkthrough
Entering the salon through the starboard cockpit entry, you will find the dinette port and aft, the galley up is forward of L - shaped seating. Cabinetry starboard aft, step up to the Pilothouse, door access to port & starboard making locking easy. Wheelhouse has a movable captain's chair with good visibility, bench seat for guests or single berth for naps on those long crossings. Aft of the wheelhouse step down the spiral stairs for passage to both staterooms and large head.
Guest stateroom is port forward of engine room access. Port lights and storage are not short. Forward is the master stateroom with walk around center line queen, The head is situated starboard allowing easy access for all staterooms. Back through the salon into the cockpit, transom door opens to a teak swim platform, turning to port & up the steps to the bridge.
Port bridge is the barbeque grill, starboard is the dinghy with davit. Forward bridge, upper station covered by aluminum frame top.
45 Sea Ranger Accomodations
Blue Moon offers a walk around center line queen berth in the master stateroom. Guest stateroom has 3/4 berth port side, roomy and comfortable. Enclosed large head across to the starboard, aft of the master. The bench seating in the pilothouse can be used as a single berth.
45' Sea Ranger Salon
The huge salon offers L-shaped seating with dinette port aft. Forward in the salon on the port side is the large galley.
Starboard aft just inside the salon entry is storage cabinetry.
Forward starboard grants access to the pilothouse. Cabin sole is teak and holly. Salon windows are large, being covered by the bridge the Europa style keeps the salon cooler on warmer days.
Aft and starboard is access to the cockpit.
45' Sea Ranger Galley
The Galley up is port and forward of the dinette.
-Tundra refrigerator freezer
-Mariner 3 burner gas stove with oven
-Cuisinart toaster oven
-Keurig coffee maker
-Stainless double sink
-Cooktop exhaust vent
-Teak & Holly sole
-Barbeque grill on bridge
45' Sea Ranger Dining
Dining space is available at the salon dinette.
-Counter space is forward of dinette
45' Sea Ranger Lower Helm
The lower helm is center and forward of the salon in the pilothouse. A movable Sea Post helm chair sits forward of the bench seating. Door access on both sides of the pilothouse make locks and docks easy.
45' Sea Ranger Master Stateroom
The master stateroom has a center line queen walkaround berth, port lights, shelves, book storage, hanging locker, reading lights, teak & holly sole, deck hatch.
45' Sea Ranger Guest Stateroom
The guest stateroom is port aft of the master. The guest stateroom has a 3/4 berth on the far wall. The guest stateroom has reading lights, hanging locker, shelve and port lights. The cabin sole is teak & holly.
45' Sea Ranger Flybridge
The flybridge offers a aluminum frame top, non-skid deck, seating, barbeque grill on port rail, dinghy on starboard with davit. Upper helm is center and forward. Steps to cockpit are aft on the port side.
45' Sea Ranger Electronics
-Robertson auto pilot 2500
-Lowrance LCX 28 HD chartplotter/sonar
-Furuno 16" Radar
-Standard Horizon VHF
-Lowrance Link 8 VHF
-Class B AIS
Lowrance HDS5 GPS/ sonar
-SH depth sounder
45' Sea Ranger Electrical System
-Westerbeke 8kW generator with approximately 2594 hours
-Xantrex True Charge 20
-30 amp shore connections
-50 amp shore connection
-30 amp power cord
Six (6) 2021 Trojan T105 batteries wired in series and parallel for 12VDC house bank, two (2) 2021 Group 27 conventional batteries for main engine starting, one (1) 2020 Group 24 conventional battery for genset starting, and three (3) 2020 Group 27 conventional batteries in parallel for thruster. Charging provided by engines’ alternators and one (1)ProNautic 12-20P battery charger with remote panel, batteries secured with poles covered and overcurrent protection sighted adjacent source location. VO reports one (1)
- Xantrex 10 amp charger for thruster batteries
45' Sea Ranger Engine/Mechanical Equipment
-Volvo TAMD-40, 165Hp, turbo charged, heat-exchanger cooled diesel engine, serial #: not sighted, engine hours: 4,241.1 per helm meter, with Borg Warner Velvet Drive reverse/ reduction gear, gear model and serial #’s: 10-17-014, 4602.
-Morse engine controls
-Cruiseair air conditioning
-Mermaid 6,500 BTU reverse cycle AC units
-Stainless steal skeg mounted rudder with conventional bronze post seal and Teleflex hydraulic steering.
-1 ¾” stainless steel prop shaft
-Bronze shaft seal
-Two bronze 3-blade 26” x 17” props (one as spare), both trued and balanced during haul-out.
-100 gallon aluminum tank and one 100 gallon stainless steel water tanks
-Force10 11-gallon electric/heat exchange water heater
-FloJet VDC pressure water pump with filter and accumulator tank
-Six 102 gallon 5052 aluminum diesel fuel tanks, renewed
-Upper and lower valves at sight gauges.
-Fuel supply manifold at aft engine space bulkhead
-Racor turbine filter/water-seps
- Ideal ACWH electric windlass
-2002 Achilles HB-310 tender
(HIN: ACH00172H102, FL 8903 SN)
-Honda BF9.9A 9.9 Hp 4-strk outboard (serial #: BABS-207247)
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
- Engine Make: Volvo
- Engine Model: o TAMD-40, turbo charged
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 165.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 4241.00
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