1984 Offshore Cockpit Sundeck Trawler
"Beverly J" is a long range traditional double cabin sundeck trawler with a desirable cockpit, and typical Offshore trawler styling. A wide open salon makes the interior seem very spacious. Wide walk around side decks, transom door, cockpit, and large aft deck make this boat a very special find. She also features a huge master suite with head and tons of storage. All interior and deck surfaces are of soft warm teak. This boat has been cruised extensively and kept in solid running condition. At this stage in the owner’s life, he has decided to put her on the market, and will consider any reasonable offers.
This vessel has fresh bottom paint, and is ready to go cruising! Easy to view in Fort Lauderdale
Here is a double cabin cockpit sundeck trawler with all the traditional appearances that make her a great cruising yacht. She features full walk around with a raised sundeck and aft cockpit with swim platform. Interior includes a large forward guest stateroom with in suite head and shower, built in storage and finished in teak paneling and teak & holly flooring. The u-shaped galley down, double bowl sink, full size refrigerator, and storage are large enough to accommodate her guests for long journeys, local cruising and live aboard. The salon gives ample seating with the L-shaped built-in sofa, breakfast bar, salon chair, hi-lo table, and lower helm. She also has extra-large windows and ports through-out for great visibility and cruising comfort. Her owner’s spacious stateroom is aft with full beam living areas. The owners berth is an oversized queen island bed with storage underneath. She also provides two nightstands, a double hanging wardrobe, teak cabin walls, teak and holly flooring, teak cabinetry and drawers, reading lights and great storage areas. This cabin has an en suite head with tub/shower combo. There is a large window and opening door aft to cockpit from aft stateroom.
Mechanical & Engine Details
Twin diesel Volvo Penta 250 horsepower engines model #TAM D 60C. At cruising speed (9-10 knots, 1700 to 1800 rpm) She averages 5-6 gallons per hour total (combined for both engines).