1984 Pilgrim 40, The Classic Motor Yacht. This fine Canadian vessel was first designed by Ted Gozzard for a friend as an ideal boat to use on the Canal and Intercoastal waterways for nothing more than going slow and seeing the sights. Great liveaboard vessel for two with occasional guests. The boats were created and built at North Castle Marine Ltd. in Goderich, Ontario in 1982, and just fewer than 50 were built in total. Ours is a 1984 and she's Hull #12. This 40' full displacement trawler has seen many loving miles with her owners. With a remarkable solar array and a 2010 Perkins repower with approximately 400 hours on it, she is well equipped and is ready to take her next owners the length of the Intercoastal, across the Erie Canal, around the Great Lakes, or gunkholing in the Florida Keys - she's been there and more! The Pilgrim 40 features a high bow, covered side decks and a sturdy wooden rub rail - perfect for families with young children. She has varnished handrails and deckhouse trim, a foredeck seat and bronze combination hausepipe/mooring cleats. She is also equipped with an electric windlass and heavy ground tackle. The aft deck has built-in fantail seating and a ladder for convenient access to the upper deck. Custom low-cycle refrigerator and freezer make living on the hook a quiet breeze. Includes 2011 Lawley tender.
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