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1984 Offshore Cockpit Sundeck Trawler

$75,000 USD

  • $75,000 USD
  • Kirk Muter
  • Active
  • Used
  • Trawler Yachts
  • 1984
  • Offshore
  • Cockpit Sundeck Trawler
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
  • Power
  • 48ft / 14.63 m
  • 15ft 6in / 4.72 m
  • Volvo
  • Tamd 60c
  • Inboard
  • Diesel
  • Fiberglass
  • 2015-05-26
  • 2016-09-27
  • 2139127

"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

Vessel Specifications

 

Accommodations

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.

  • Guest cabin forward with v-berth
  • Private entrance to guest head
  • Hanging closet
  • Built in stowage drawers
  • Teak and holly flooring
  • Stainless opening ports
  • Forward stateroom has its own head and stall shower
  • Spacious salon
  • Built in sofa with storage underneath
  • Hi-lo folding dinette table
  • Teak and holly flooring
  • Salon sliding doors, port and starboard sides
  • Extra-large windows in salon
  • Overhead safety opening hatches (3)

 

Galley

  • Microwave/convection oven
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Teak & holly sole
  • Princess three-burner propane stove oven combo
  • Full-size AC/DC refrigerator
  • Large stowage cabinets through out

 

Electronics

  • Furuno 1944 BB radar/C map chartplotter
  • (2) VHF radios
  • Electronic foghorn/loud hailer
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • Auto helm autopilot
  • Loran
  • TV antenna
  • Am/Fm cassette player with speakers on flybridge/salon/aft stateroom

 

Electrical/Plumbing

  • Magnum Energy 150 Amp Charger/3000 Watt Inverter
  • Electric heads with new macerator pumps.
  • Freshwater shower in cockpit
  • Saltwater wash down on foredeck
  • Hot water heater
  • Stainless freshwater tanks
  • AC/DC Refrigerator
  • New freshwater pump
  • Two electronic bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Aquamarine 36 GPM Watermaker
  • California boat- never A/C equipped

 

Deck

  • Teak decks
  • Plow anchor with 250' of 3/8 chain
  • Danforth stern anchor and rode in lazerette
  • Bow pulpit with stainless steel rail
  • Stern freshwater shower/wash down
  • Icemaker and wet bar on sundeck
  • Deck hatches
  • Fully enclosed flybridge with for seating for six comfortably
  • Rail mounted fender holders on foredeck
  • White fiberglass Hull and topside
  • Ideal electric windless with salon remote, bridge remote, and foredeck foot switches
  • Teak handrails
  • Nautical Structures 800# Dinghy Davit 
  • Dinghy cradle
  • Saltwater wash down on bow
  • Fully enclosed sundeck with handrails
  • Dual helms chairs
  • Full Eisenglas enclosures on flybridge and Sundeck
  • Flybridge cushions

 

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).

  • Fresh water-cooled
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Auto bilge pumps
  • Emergency tiller
  • Northern lights 7.5 kW generator -2775 hours
  • Upper and lower helm with full instrumentation and controls
  • Bilge blowers
  • Hydraulic steering

 

 

 

Broker's Comments-From Boating World

In today’s motoryacht marketplace, the general assumption seems to be that bigger is always better. Many of the same people who thought a 60-footer was the epitome of luxurious cruising five years ago find that, in the 21st century, nothing smaller than a 70-footer will do. Let those guys have their great big boats. Skippers in the know are well aware that a smaller boat can be much easier to handle (especially if you want to run the boat yourself), but just as well-appointed as those mansionette mega-yachts. A case in point: Offshore Yachts’ 48 Sedan has long been popular with Western boaters who have a good grasp on the reality of life at sea. The boat’s seakindly William Crealock design offers all the luxury features a cruising couple could ask for — along with such â real worldâ essentials as a large cockpit for fishing enthusiasts, wide and well-protected walk-around decks, a large full-view flybridge and a galley on the same level as the boat’s spacious saloon. All of this comes from a respected Western builder that has been producing pleasurecraft since the 1940s. Offshore’s Greatest Hits Offshore Yachts has its roots in several companies founded by Richard O. Hunt and his sons, Richard Jr. and Robert. Richard O. Hunt worked with the Navy during World War II in the development of fiberglass-reinforced plastic hull boats — and in 1948, went on to introduce one of the world’s first lines of laminated fiberglass pleasureboats. In 1966, the Hunt family introduced the first Offshore models, built with contemporary fiberglass hull construction technology and traditional nautical-quality handcrafted wood joinery throughout the interior. Renowned West Coast yacht designer William Crealock began providing designs for the Hunt family’s boats in 1968. Then as now, the boats were built in Taiwan — taking advantage of the region’s abundance of skilled craftsmen and lower overall production costs. This allowed Offshore to offer a higher-quality boat for a lower price than its competitors. However, unlike many other companies that would later offer Taiwan-built boats with U.S. nameplates, the Hunts actually built — and continue to build — their own boats in Taiwan. Offshore has its own exclusive designs, which are built using its own tooling. The Hunts do their own supervision and maintain quality control over all aspects of production of their boats. After introducing the popular Marauder line of high-performance power boats in the 1970s, the Hunts turned their attention to developing a high-speed line of cruising yachts with Crealock. The first boat of the series was the Offshore 48 Yachtfisher, introduced in 1984. In 1986, Offshore Yachts introduced the Offshore 48 Sedan. The 48 Sedan was a long-running success, with production continuing through 2000. Part of the reason for its success is the hull it was built upon. The Hull Story The 48’s hand-laminated fiberglass hull has four full-length stringers and multiple athwartship frames for high strength and stiffness. Balsa coring is sandwiched between layers of fiberglass from the waterline up to the caprail, for additional rigidity. With a modified-V design, the 48’s hull offers a sharp V entry and a deep forefoot that gradually tapers to 12 degrees of deadrise at the transom. The boat gets on plane quickly (at about 12 knots) and knifes cleanly through waves and chop. Thanks to the boat’s substantial displacement, long shallow keel, low profile and low center of gravity, the 48 offers a rock-solid ride and a high degree of directional stability. Handling is sure and responsive in a variety of sea conditions — earning the 48 a reputation as a good boat in heavy weather. The boat was made available with a variety of engine packages — including Caterpillar, Cummins and Volvo Penta diesels. With a pair of 375 hp Caterpillar diesels, the boat cruises at around 17 knots and can reach a top speed of around 20 knots. Larger engine packages, such as twin 420 hp Caterpillar diesels, provide 1 to 2 knots more top-end speed. However, even at wide-open throttle, the 48 is a relatively quiet-running boat. Double insulation installed throughout the engine room keeps onboard noise to a minimum. The boat can be operated either from a lower steering station opposite the galley or from the boat’s expansive flybridge. The flybridge offers ample space for friends and family to gather with the skipper — and an adjacent aft deck provides enough space to stow a dinghy. While the 48 Sedan is a motoryacht, not a sportfisher (Offshore made an equally popular 48 Yachtfish model), the cockpit is quite roomy. An overhang from the aft deck provides sun protection, but there is still ample open space for fishing. Wide walk-around decks are protected not only by stainless-steel rails, but also by high sides and the sheltering aft deck overhang. A side door offers quick access to the inside helm station. The Inside Story The 48’s saloon is surrounded by large windows, which bathe it in natural light. The windows are leakproof, thanks to a unique Crealock design that makes the window frames an indented part of the cabin side, with a wide lip that accepts the window track. It is notched at each end to allow trapped water to drain out quickly. The saloon is nicely appointed with finely crafted teak joinery and trim — and it appears even larger than it actually is, thanks to all those windows and the fact that it is open to the U-shaped galley, on the other side of a handy breakfast bar. Belowdecks, the 48 offers two staterooms and two heads. The forward stateroom is the largest, however the smaller portside stateroom also offers a double berth and hanging locker. Additional overnight guests can be accommodated on an optional convertible settee in the saloon. With comfortable accommodations, high-quality construction, timeless lines and a seakindly hull, the Offshore 48 continues to be in high demand on the brokerage boat market. In Sea’s last broker survey, it was ranked among the West’s top five brokerage motoryachts — and it justly deserves the title “ modern classic”.

Disclaimer

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.

For Sale By Edwards Yacht Sales

510 Brookside Drive
Clearwater, Florida, 33764
US