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1949 50 (ft.) Andrew J. Marks / Marks Welding Custom Pilothouse Trawler

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General Information

Listing# 43352

Price
$65,000.00
Location
Wickford, RI, United States
Manufacturer
Andrew J. Marks / Marks Welding
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1949
Category
Trawlers
Model
Custom Pilothouse Trawler
Status
Used
Length
50 (ft.)
Beam
15.17
LOA
50
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3208
Number of Engines
2
Engine Hours
1100

General Details

ANNAQUATUCKET began her life as a supply vessel on the Great Lakes.  Designed and built in Vermillion, Ohio by the well-known shop of Andrew J. Marks, she was one of a group of rugged little vessels known as “Bum” boats or small boats used to peddle provisions to the ships anchored offshore.  Often outfitted as floating convenience stores, they would tie up alongside these ships and the sailors could shop for clothes, beverages, etc.  Some “Bums” even delivered the mail.  All in all, these boats are a part of the lore of the Great Lakes Commercial shipping.  The original configuration of this one had the full length deck open for supplies and there was a small helm in the bow.  In 1991 she was repowered with a pair of 3208 Caterpillars and by 1993 the new cabin was complete.  She lived in the lakes until 2001 when she sailed east and has completed a round trip to Bermuda.  Her current owner berths her in Narragansett Bay.

Specifications

INTRODUCTION
ANNAQUATUCKET began her life as a supply vessel on the Great Lakes.  Designed and built in Vermillion, Ohio by the well-known shop of Andrew J. Marks, she was one of a group of rugged little vessels known as “Bum” boats or small boats used to peddle provisions to the ships anchored offshore.  Often outfitted as floating convenience stores, they would tie up alongside these ships and the sailors could shop for clothes, beverages, etc.  Some “Bums” even delivered the mail.  All in all, these boats are a part of the lore of the Great Lakes Commercial shipping.  The original configuration of this one had the full length deck open for supplies and there was a small helm in the bow.  In 1991 she was repowered with a pair of 3208 Caterpillars and by 1993 the new cabin was complete.  She lived in the lakes until 2001 when she sailed east and has completed a round trip to Bermuda.  Her current owner berths her in Narragansett Bay.
VESSEL WALKTHROUGH
ANNAQUATUCKET has two staterooms forward in the V section.  There are built in storage lockers and portholes allow natural light.  Just aft on starboard is the galley and across on port is the enclosed head.  Up three steps to the main cabin with a sizable dinette on starboard and a lounge to port.  Floor hatches access the engine room.  Going forward on port is a staircase to the Wheelhouse, where you will find a full Nav station on starboard and a comfortable built in captain’s chair on centerline.  The helm is nicely built with a stainless steel counter, Varnished mahogany wheel, and a built in overhead instrument casing.  The 200 square foot aft deck is built with diamond plate for strength.  Aft are the stainless steel davits that are home to the 12’ AB inflatable with 15 hp outboard.  There is a staircase accessing the cabin top deck…another 90 square feet of open space.  The auxiliary generator is housed under the stairs…and a new white vinyl bimini over the aft deck completes the arrangement.
MAIN CABIN
Sizable dinette Storage bin Upholstered settee (matches dinette)
GALLEY
3 Burner Gimbaled LPG stove with oven Under-counter AC/DC refrigerator Stainless steel sink Pressure cold water Corian countertop
DECK
Manual windlass and gypsy Anchor davit Custom Stainless steel Dingy davits 900 lb capacity manual winches on davits 12’ AB Inflatable (includes trailer) 15 hp outboard motor Manual whale Gusher bilge pump mounted in cockpit sole Cockpit shower Portable stainless steel swim ladder Welded boarding steps Radar mast Life sling Painted diamond blade decking with several deck drains 3 Bauer watertight hatches
ELECTRONICS & HELM
Furuno 1932 Radar Furuno GPS Simrad autopilot AP22 Depth Sounder Standard Eclipse VHF Radio 7” Ritchie Compass Weems and Plath Ship’s clock Weems and Plath Barometer 6” manual searchlight-roof mount Air horns-roof mount Running lights
ELECTRICAL
Honda Generator 4 – 8D Engine batteries Stat-Power battery charger Circuit load monitors 2 35 Amp dockside electrical cables  
ENGINE DETAILS & MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
2 1991 Caterpillar 3208 250 hp ea 1100 hours Complete new fuel system-2011 Hydraulic steering
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.