- Max Speed
- Fuel Capacity
- 1200 USG
- Water Capacity
- 400 USG
- Hull Finish
- Hull Color
- Fuel Tank Material
- Fuel Tank Material
- Fuel Tank Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- Number of Engines
- Engine Horse Power
- 120 each
- Number of Staterooms
- Number of Berths
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name Maverick
Specs Hull Shape: Displacement
Dimensions LOA: 49 ft 0 in Beam: 16 ft 0 in Displacement: 72000 lbs
Engines Engine Brand: Ford Engine(s) Total Power: 240 HP Engine Model: Lehman Drive Type: Direct Drive Cruising Speed: 7 knots Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (1200 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Accommodations Number of single berths: 1 Number of double berths: 2 Number of cabins: 2
Electronics Depthsounder Navigation center Plotter Autopilot - Auto-Nav A-1500 Compass - Ritchie 4-1/2 Fluxgate, Autopilot Integrated GPS VHF - ICOM IC-M127 Radar - Simrad RA774 48 NM
Rigging Steering wheel
Inside Equipment Electric bilge pump Heating Hot water
Electrical Equipment Shore power inlet - 120VAC, 50A Shore Power system Generator - Northern Lights 8 KW generator (460 Hrs.) Inverter - Xantrex SW3000 inverter/charger (2010)
Outside Equipment/Extras Electric windlass
Maverick sleeps 5: 4 people in two cabins plus 1 in the pilot berth. Large picture windows throughout the main deck provide ample light. She boasts a cozy hot tub on the aft deck. A spacious sundeck beckons for quiet moments or entertaining.
Immediately evident is the gorgeous interior of Red Oak hardwood, Purple Heart inlays, which creates a warm, natural feel throughout the vessel.
Spacious master stateroom with over-sized queen berth and generous storage, head, office & comm room with SSB radio and additional storage. Stand-up engine room. Aft of the engine room is an equipment/systems lazarette area that houses an 8Kw generator as well as heating and refrigeration systems.
You will appreciate the thought and logic that clearly influenced utility access points, layout and every detail of this beautiful vessel.
Maverick is a boat of distinction that will take you anywhere in complete comfort.
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The true stand-up engine room, boasting 6'6" of headroom, is insulated against sound with lead & foam barriers. 250 cubic feet/min blowers ventilate the engine room continuously. Ample AC/DC lighting throughout.
Mavericks only remaining original compononent is her 1 ¼ inch thick solid fiberglass hull with a bulbous bow, a round bottom and a 5000 lb. weighted keel. Center, under water fairing between rudders.
Decks are clean, clear and easy to transit with teak cap rails and 1 ¼ inch custom, stainless steel safety rails and hand holds. Sturdy ship-like fittings and hardware will impress the most seasoned yachtsman. Custom, heavy duty stainless steel chocks and cleats. 1 ¼” stainless steel railings with venture widescreen on flybridge.
120 VAC, 50A Shore Power system supplied via 7.5 KVA isolation transformer. On-board equipment includes an 8 KW generator and inverter/battery bank. 125/250 volt 50 Amp shore power inlet. All wiring has been replaced with marine-grade, tinned cables.
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.
truly a one-of-a-kind vessel. Built from the keel up to be a capable cruising trawler and a warm, accommodating liveaboard, her builders left nothing to be desired. This boat is right at home in the demanding waters of the Pacific Northwest or anywhere else. Solid Fiberglass.
Originally built as a fishing vessel in 1975, the owners purchased her with the intent to covert her into their dream home-on-the-water. The refit was complete after 15 years of work in 2005. Everything had been replaced, save the solid fiberglass hull and parts of the superstructure. They even improved upon the hull by adding a 5,000 pound weighted keel, active fin stabilizers, and a bulbous bow. This is one sturdy boat.
Below, you’ll be treated to a warm, inviting interior of masterful woodwork. The layout is useful and accommodating to make for a superb live-aboard. This is one boat not to miss.