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Wallace Yacht Company

4790 Caughlin Pkwy, ste 781
United States

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2003 Little Hoquiam USCG Certified Charter/Research/Dive/Ecotour, or Ferry Vessel


Actively working in Ilwaco,WA,United States

Photo 1
stern-Glacier Bay
stern qtr starboard
bow port qtr
bow starboard qtr
flared bow-low spray and reserve bouancy
cap rail, close
boarding steps
all below deck compartments have ventilation
new pilot house sliders
flat and stable ride
ground tackle with light
heavy roller
double high density rub rails
heavy stainless welded rails
safety rails
safety rails, side
side scuppers
clean burners-no smoke
builder's plate
covered aft deck
engine room ventilation, high
she sheds water
flared bow
details--bronze haas pipes
2 22 person floats with lights
overhead access
upper decks
clear and wide decks
aft deck
bait station
numbered catch pins
deck plumbing
capacity, 1000 # shaved ice
decks close
cleats out of harm's way
plumbed deck box
engine controls
3 dual arm wipers
furuno sounder
wipers and bilges
C O  detection
Ritchie 5
12 v panel
BIG BAY computer
24 v panel
satellite tv
cert, page 1
cert page 2
emergency step
transom door hardware
SPOTLESS lazarette
bilge pumps-mechanical, electrical and alarm
watertight hatches to tank room
more below deck ventilation
fuel shutoff
heavy reinfoced overhead
bait station
clean heavy wiring
battery banks
fuel filter bank
corrosion free wiring
stainless schedule 40 plumbing
oil change pumps
dripless shafts
on engine gauges
clean engine bay
clean engine bay
engine plate
port trans and shaft
heavy foam coare construction
starboard mounts, engine carrier
spotless 12k genset
commercial grade ship's wiring
heavy sound insulation
wide open aft decks
covered deck
fore decks
cleats high and safely out of the way
3 dual arm wipers
spotless and corrossion free chain
side decks
engine ventilation
house, close
pump manifold
current USCG cert.
Pacific Seaglaze safety glass
forward sleeping
windlass deck reinforcement
steps up to salon
even ductworks were designed and built in
2nd stateroom
more ventilation
lower shower and wash basin
sick bay
shower door
clean shower
from salon, forward
note table rail...if you spill, it does not go in your lap
ladies room
ladies vanity
men's room
flanking companionway aft
galley storage
relief in dining, shooting spills away from diners
double stainless sink
Princess 3 burner range with oven
ssb, etc.
aft vision from pilothouse
new side doors, done right
XM radio
pilot berth and seating
2nd pilot berth
chart table
redundant gps's
storage room
bilge access
storage built in shelving
solid decks
under helm
clean wiring
hydraulic steering
freshwater system
second compartment bilge system
official number
decks, close
  • Boat Summary
  • Full Details


Pacifc Dream is a very special vessel from the Little Hoquiam Shipyard. Little Hoquiam?s are used regularly in daily commercial applications throughout the current driven, rock infested waters of the Pacific Northwest, and beyond.

She is currently certified by the USCG, as an off shore (100 mile) vessel, with certification for 28+2, and she carries a letter of stability for 49. She is ideally suited for continued commercial use, and she is a very capable candidate for research, passenger ferry, or personal use. Her hull form and low center of gravity combine to offer her owners and guests with a remarkably stable ride in a variety of sea conditions. Converting a private yacht to heavy commercial use just does not produce the same result in terms of offshore safety. By the same token, if those with adventure in mind wish to add interior refinements to this vessel, they would end up with a very handsome vessel, robust enough to confidently venture anywhere in safety and comfort---all at a price well below a used recreational yacht's entry level price.

Along with Pacific Dream?s high day use occupation limits, she sleeps 9 in various staterooms and berths throughout the vessel. If used commercially, her crew of 2 can sleep separate from the guests aboard.

She was built as a beautiful, yet very tough commercial vessel from a clean sheet of paper, through execution. Her layout from her very thick hull layup includes a sealed collision bulkhead forward, with no chain locker as it is a commercial reel, topsides. Aft of the area set aside for her staterooms is another water tight beam to beam bulkhead which sections off a huge 11 by 18 foot room currently used for storage and a large chest freezer. This area is dry, isolated and clean and it would lend itself well to continuing use for storage, but also to house sensitive research equipment or a lab, should Pacific Dream be dispatched for research or film crew support This large area is followed by more watertight bulkheads which house the engine room, another one separates the beam to beam tank room, and one last bulkhead is followed by the lazarette, all the way aft.

Pacific Dream is an ideal candidate for charter fishing work, commercial ferry work, and research. She is also well suited for varying adventure travel assignments as she has the room and heavy construction which is necessary for dive crew support, where you need dive compressors and tank storage on board. There is plenty of room up top for enough kayaks and other gear for her allowable guest limits.

Her original owner had her built to his specs, and this is why her house dimensions (width wise) were reduced. This allows for double wide side decks where people carrying a variety of gear can move freely. This also resulted in cabin space which remains ample, yet lowers the vessel?s center of gravity for smooth ride and significant reduction in roll.

She is equipped with easy to use, state of the art, proven electronics and safety equipment.

Pacific Dream should be compared with any new, like vessel. No evidence of a spill or mishap is present anywhere on board.

Her sharp entry cuts through the water, and her dramatically flared bow, rolls the waves out and downward, reducing spray and producing a very level ride. As the bow begins to dip in to the wave, the reserve buoyancy of her flared bow comes in to play, producing one of the finest rides afloat. Her very wide decks are coated with an extremely durable surface, which is suitable for both heavy boots and gear, and bare feet alike. Cleats are mounted high, eliminating toe stubbers on board.

When fishing, her captain leaves one of the salt water wash down hoses on all the time in order to keep her decks clean and footing sure. Along with sure footing, secure hand grips are present throughout with schedule 40 welded safety and grab rails, rounded edges, and every piece of safety ge

Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Beam 5.64 mMax Draft 1.42 m 
Engine Make CaterpillarEngine Model 3406 
Length Overall 16.76 mEngine Hours 1900 
Number of Engines 2    
For Sale by

Wallace Yacht Company

4790 Caughlin Pkwy, ste 781
United States


Total Power: 580 each
Cruising Speed: efficient at 12k


Fuel: 800 with h20 traps
Fresh Water: 250 in 316 ss tank
Holding: 200 in 2 tanks


Pacific Dream is a wide open, comfortable and safe cruiser. Her pilot house has two helm seats as well as additional bench seating, accomodating 6 or 7 peoplein her whellhouse, as well as plenty of room in her large galley/salon, when under way.
Pacific Dream sleeps 9 in total, beginning with 7 berths below, in 2 staterooms, and even a sick bay berth in the lower shower/vanity room. 2 additional berths in the pilothouse. Sleeping qtrs begin forward, just after the watertight bulkhead forward, with collision section.
Up a few steps from this level is the dining/galley salon. This area is just above deck level, with large Sea Glaze safety glass windows for unobstructed panoramic views. Even the dining is raised up a step to take advantage of the views. Pacific Dream's layout adds to her hull form, combining to minimize seasickness as those aboard are always in view of the horizon, unless sleeping in the staterooms below. Moving aft, you are flanked by separate men's and women's spotless commercial grade heads. Her heads are equipped with vanity surfaces with sea rails and a drain at the end of the counter so everything stays put when under way, and drains away from you if anything is spilled. This is just one of the hundreds of design features which cost nothing more to build, but show the tireless commitment to build the most functional and robust vessel that her builders possibly could.
Her side decks are fully 3 feet wide, so that people can pass without turning sideways. Her decks are uncluttered and coated with a highly durable non-skid coating which is durable enough for work boots and heavy gear, yet feel great under barefeet.
Steeler has a LARGE storage room, 11x18'. In this room you will find a tool box, numerous spares, a 20 cubic foot freezer, and beam to beam shelving. Steeler's decks-side, fore and aft- are all wide open and add to the extensive living space inside.

below decks

Separated by 5 watertight bulkheaded compartments, she has:
  • 7 berths with reading lights
  • large shower with wash basin
  • 1 hanging locker
  • emergency exit
  • emergency lighting
  • more than ample storage for all aboard and associated equipment
  • Storage room (11x18)
  • 20 cubic foot Sears freezer
  • secure shelving for rods, etc.


  • Princess electric range with oven(no propane on certified vessel)
  • microwave oven
  • SS double deep sink
  • 24/110v refrigerator
  • 2 heads-mens and ladies
  • Hot water
  • Air to air Webasco Diesel forced air furnaceds (men's and ladie's)

Deck, Mechanical, Safety

  • 3" prop shafts, with spare shaft seals in place
  • saltwater washdown-electric
  • saltwater washdown-engine driven
  • bait station with fresh water sink, shelves and locker
  • 2 fish storage boxes-1000# capacity of shaved ice EACH
  • Kolstran windlass
  • 180' 3/4 braided line
  • 180' 3/8" chain (perfect condition)
  • 110 KLM claw anchor
  • 500 watt removable headlight
  • 30 SS rodholders
  • 24 side rod holders on house(plastic on this item....nothing to write home about)
  • 2 22 person life floats with water lights
  • 30 adult PFD's with water lights
  • 3 child PFD's with lights
  • 4 C02 fire extinguishers
  • 100# C02 in Engine Room
  • life ring with water light
  • water boarding ladder
  • 406 MHZ EPIRB
  • YEARLY USCG inspections

Navigation, Electronics and Entertainment

  • Garmin 4212 Plotter
  • Big Bay computer, with Windows 2000 Professional software
  • 6.5 version Nobel Teck Charts=San Francisco to Glacier Bay
  • Intellian HD TV
  • 2 Big Bay 15" flat screen monitors for the charts and sounder
  • furuno color LCD Sounder FC V1200L
  • Simrad AP22 Autopilot
  • Ritchie Compass
  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • ICOM 700 Single Sideband radio(certified)
  • XM satellite radio
  • flatscreen tv


Pacific Dream is currently USCG certified to carry 28+2 100 miles offshore. Additionally, she carrys a stability letter for 49 persons.


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.