KINSHIP is an extremely well found example of this popular cruising trawler. Always a NW vessel who has enjoyed extended Alaska adventure experience. If you are looking for a "turn key" cruising vessel for the upcoming season, look no further. Typical Alaskan adventures begin in late April and KINSHIPis ready to point her bow north once again. Call for your viewing appointment today!
Please call Jerry Todd for a boarding appointment. 206-963-6543
Please contact Jerry Todd at 206-344-8566
Altre Caratteristiche, Attrezzatura ed Informazioni:
Nome della barca
Costruttore: Selene Yachts
Designer: Howard Chen
Bandiera della barca: United States
Tipo di carena: Dislocante
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 47 ft 0 in
Larghezza: 15 ft 8 in
Pescaggio massimo: 5 ft 5 in
Dislocamento: 62000 lbs
Zavorra: 4000 lbs
Potenza totale: 330 HP
Marca motore: Cummins
Anno di costruzione: 2005
Modello motore: QSB 5.9
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
N. ore del motore: 1880
Potenza Motore: 330 HP
Numero di serbatoi d'acqua dolce: GRP (300 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi di carburante: GRP (1100 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi acque nere: Plastica (60 Galloni)
Numero letti singoli: 3
Numero letti doppi: 1
Numero cabine: 2
Numero di toilet: 2
Board from the side deck rail gate or via the swim step, aft. There are full walk around side decks and ample aft deck, cockpit. In the cockpit you'll find a Force 10 BBQ and wet bar sink. Below in the Lazarette there is a 600 GPD Village Watermaker, Hurricane diesel furnace and access to the running gear as well as storage.
Just inside the main salon there is the galley forward on center. Built in to the galley counter, facing the salon is a 23" flat panel TV. To port is an L-shaped settee in leather, with nice leather chairs to starboard and storage. Below the salon sole, aft, is the commissary with freezer and plenty of additional storage. The beautiful teak joinery is accented by the granite counters in the galley and teak and holly decks throughout. Stairs to starboard of the galley lead up to the pilothouse with doors port and starboard. There is a raised settee for guests to watch while underway and a captain's berth behind the settee. Stairs lead up, aft on the port side to the flying bridge.
Back in the salon, stairs to the port of the galley lead down to the staterooms and engine room access. First at the bottom of the stairs is the bunk guest to port. There is a good sized guest head with granite vanity, head and stall shower as well as a Techma electric head. Forward up the teak companionway the master is all the way forward with queen island berth on center. There is plenty of storage in the master and a master head with granite vanity and stall shower and Techma head, just aft and to starboard.
The engine room is accessed from the companionway, aft, adjacent to the guest stateroom.
The galley, as in many homes, is the focal point and on center all the way forward of the salon. There are stairs left and down to the staterooms and right and up to the full beam pilothouse. Beautiful granite and stainless steel accentuates this area. There is the popular Selene commissary accessed thru a hatch just inside the salon door. Here you'll find lots of storage and the Grunert Freezer.
Large GE Microwave/convection oven
3-burner Force 10 propane range/oven
Braun trash compactor
Sanitron UV freshwater sterilizer
Force 10 BBQ in cockpit cabinet top
Grunert freezer in commissary
Sea Freeze refer in Pilothouse
Portable freezer in boat deck storage box
2 Raymarine E120 12" displays in PH
Navionics chart chips west, Mexico, Alaska and Hawaii
Raymarine 48" open array Radar
15" PC Monitor, PC, Nobeltech (Odyssey added 2014) with AIS-"B", pilothouse
2 Raymarine GPS, speed/depth
Raymarine Wind system
Raymarine ST-60 graphic display
ICOM RAM mic for FB, salon and master
Raymarine Depth Display in Master Stateroom
SEA TEL satellite TV system
1-8" display on Bridge
Raymarine 24" Dome Radar
Raymarine Tri-data on Bridge
Raymarine E-80 display
2 ICOM VHF (PH and Bridge)
XM FM/AM and CD changer and speakers
2 Shakespeare VHF Antennas
Northern Lights 8kw Generator (895 hrs)
Dedicated start, house (5) and thruster batteries (2 each) All new AGM batteries in June, 2016.
Magnum 3100 Inverter
Phase III 3-line 70 amp charger
Delco Remy 160amp engine alternator with Balmar MC-612 Regulator
Village Marine Squirt 600GPD Watermaker w/Plankton Filter & Remote Control
Hynautic Steering & Controls
ESI Fuel Polishing System
Reverso Oil Changer
Hurricane Diesel Furnace
Splendide WD2100 Washer/Dryer w/Hot Air Drying
Varnish freshened - July, 2016
Coast Guard Safety package
Bullfrog tender w/steering and 20 hp Honda
Dinghy chocks on the bridge deck
Mast and boom system for launching and retrieving the tender (12 vdc winch)
2 ea. deck storage boxes on boxes on boat deck. One has the portable freezer inside.
Storage box with back to back seat on top
Exterior weather covers
Twin helm chairs at bridge deck steering station
1 ea. Bruce and 1 ea. CQR anchor(s) on the bow. Each with separate rodes.
Retractable transom step
1 ea. bulwarks door on each side deck
Varnished teak cap rail, aft
Portuguese bridge forward with seat and storage
Jabsco FW Pump & Tank
Holding Tank In-line Filter
Bosch Ultra Premium 160amp Alternator
Thruster Solenoids, Control Box & Fuse
Water Heater Anode
Water Maker 5 Micron Filters
Racor 1000 2 Micron Filters
Sideboards w/Vinyl Kinship
All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items. Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property, however, such personal property is excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.
The pilothouse ships clock an the ships lantern in the salon are excluded.
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.