This boat is a very fine example of West Coast boat building and is still in the Ohman family. It is a truly unique boat taking everything that worked in previous boats and built into this boat for the family to use.
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Double berth forward, Dinette converts to a Double, Settee Single, Heads fore and aft and a 20 gal holding tank.
4 burner stove w/oven, Fridge w/freezer, SS sink and ample counter/cupboard space.
Twin 170 hp Volvo gas engines, 280 legs, 2 Station steering.
Electric Powerwinch Windlass, 50' Chain, 150' -3 Strand line, 60b Danforth Anchor, 8' Livingston dinghy with Mercury Outboard and a Convertible Sliding Roof make for a unique upper helm station.
2- 12V House batteries, 2- 12V Start batteries, 30 Amp Shore power.
2 VHF Radios, Eagle Depth Sounder, Search Light, Intercom.
This boat is a very fine example of West Coast boat building and is still in the Ohman family. It is a truly unique boat taking everything that worked in previous boats and built into this boat for the family to use. It would make a great cruiser or live aboard and the quality of workmanship and materials is evident in this boat.
Surveyors general comments on design:
"The vessel’s hull is constructed of a fiberglass over 1⁄2" plywood sheathing supported on steam bent f" x 11⁄4" oak frames. The floors are made of 1f" x 61⁄2" fir which are through bolted. The vessel is of Carvel construction with a raked 4" x 6" fir stem. It is constructed with 3 main bulkheads made of fir and ribbon grain mahogany plywood. It has a hard chine and 3/4 tapered keel. The keelson is made of yellow cedar over the fir keel.
The bottom of the vessel is covered with heavy cloths of matt and roven. The hull sides have cloth to cello finish. The deck and cabin are covered with cloth and rolled to a finished non-skid surface. The deck construction is double laminated 5/8" plywood supported on 13⁄4" x 21⁄4" fir deckhead beams.
Throughout the vessel [where could be seen or accessed] there was no indication of separation, movement or flexing, indicating a well-built vessel."
1721 Cowichan Bay Road
Cowichan Bay, BC V0R 1N0