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|Model||Pacific Northwest Pilothouse|
|Location||New Bern, North Carolina, United States|
|Max Draft||1.52 m|
|Fuel Tanks||400 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||250 gal|
|Holding Tanks||40 gal|
ALAMAE is a beautiful wooden boat that started her career as a NW salmon troller. Her stout lines, workmanship and pure beauty resonates from every angle. A real head-turner ALAMAE attracts attention at every port of call.
The interior woodwork is phenomenal and the workmanship is evident. With beautiful joinery and matching fabrics, large volume and ample storage, ALAMAE will please any wood boat enthusiast.
You can enter the side decks of ALAMAE from either the port or starboard side where you will find port and starboard pilothouse doors for immediate interior access. From the port side deck, you can maneuver the wide side decks with ease. Aft is the open cockpit with a door that enters the aft cabin. The cockpit is large and features a pop-up table and a Magma BBQ grill. The aft cabin top features dingy chocks and a RIB inflatable, teak hand holds, and access to the outboard motor. There is a folding mast that also acts as the dingy davit. Around the starboard side and forward to the bow is easy. The bow has a large hydraulic windlass, anchor access and port and starboard storage boxes.
Back to the pilothouse starboard door you enter the pilothouse. The pilothouse is large and offers wrap-around windows with excellent visibility. Along the port side is a long settee with storage under the cushion and a forward book shelf. Along the starboard side is a fold-up chart table or desk and a chair. The helm is centered and well laid out with all engine controls and gauges within easy reach. Down a few steps on the starboard side you access the forward sleeping quarters. Along the port side is the en-suite head and stand up shower. Along the starboard side is the vanity with a stainless steel sink and storage. The V-berth large with twin berths above on each side. The quarters can accommodate four. There is plenty of storage as well.
Back to the pilothouse and aft is the mid cabin. Down a few steps the steps can be removed for engine room access. The galley stretches the port side of the mid cabin and offers excellent storage and food preparation spaces. Overhead are hanging hooks for cups and pots. Across from the starboard side is the convertible dinette that not only can become a berth, bit also allows the seats to be “extended” in to allow for four. Under the dinette and outboard is plenty of storage. Above the mid cabin is a beautiful butterfly hatch (skylight) for added light.
Further aft is the aft cabin featuring a full size starboard side Pullman berth. Along the port side is the head with plenty of storage and a vanity with stainless steel sink and an aft locker for added storage. There is direct access onto the cockpit where a morning cup of coffee or an evening cocktail would be delightful.
The galley is in the mid-cabin along the port side. Ample storage and food preparation areas will please the onboard chef. Convertible dinette is across from the galley.
- Dual stainless-steel sinks with faucet
- Beautiful wood counters with fiddles
- Norcold dual voltage refrigerator and freezer
- Princess 3 burner propane stove top and oven, gimbaled
- Rival microwave oven
- Oster 2 slice toaster
- Overhead storage for cups, glasses and pot/pans
- Storage cabinets and drawers with outboard storage bins
- Bow pulpit with anchor roller
- Hydraulic anchor windlass with up control on windlass
- Northill 65-pound primary anchor with chain and rope rode
- CQR 35-pound secondary anchor
- (2) teak wood storage boxes on port and starboard bow
- Painted aluminum stanchions and rail
- Teak cap rails
- Teak cabin top hand rails
- Teak cabin trim
- Teak rub rail
- Raw water connection at bow to clean anchor
- Folding mast with foot steps
- MAGMA stainless steel BBQ grill with cover
- Cockpit folding table
- Honda 2.5 hp, 4-stroke outboard mounted on outboard support
- APEX RIB inflatable
- AB RIB with cabin top chocks
- Port and starboard light boards
- Port and starboard pilothouse doors
- Cockpit door leading into the aft cabin
- Butterfly hatch above the mid cabin
- Opening ports with screens
- Danforth Constellation compass in beautiful polished brass binnacle
- Raymarine C-120 color chart plotter and radar
- Raymarine radar dome mounted on mast
- Raymarine Ray 70 VHF radio with DSC
- Furuno depth and fish finder
- Furuno GPS Navigator GPS location display
- Standard Horizon HX-280S hand held VHF radio
- ACR remote controlled spotlight
- Shakespeare TV antenna
The main distribution panel located in the pilothouse with excellent access.
- 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC power
- Power distribution panel with circuit breakers
- DC volt and AC Amps meters
- 30 Amp shore power with cord
- Dual stainless-steel trumpet horns
- Link 10 battery monitor
- Xantrex 2000-watt inverter/charger with helm control
- Sony Marine CDX-M20 AM/FM/CD with sat radio
Engine room can be accessed from forward via the steps and panel just forward of the engine, as well as the steps in the galley area. Total 360-degree access around the engine and transmission.
- Gardner diesel engine, fresh water cooled with 4,500 hours
- Capital Hydraulic transmission with reduction gears
- Stainless steel engine and transmission control
- 2” stainless steel shaft with packing gland
- Gardner engine gauges at helm, RPM, volts, Amps, oil pressure and transmission pressure
- Wagner hydraulic steering with beautiful wood steering wheel
- Dual Dahl primary fuel filters
- Engine driven windlass hydraulic pump
Built in 1975 by Frank Honour in Richmond, BC, as a Pacific Northwest Salmon Troller. “ALAMAE” fished until 1997. Her refit into a yacht was completed in 1999.
Travels: 1975 to 1997: fished the Pacific NW waters.
1998: Trucked to Maine for her refit.
1999 to 2000: Cruised from Maine to the Exumas in the Bahamas and back.
2001 to 2008: Cruised from Maine to various destinations including: SC, The Chesapeake, FL, GA, the Keys, etc.
2014 to 2017 Cruised from Maine to the Florida Keys and back each year.
Accommodations: Sleeps 7: 1 double, 3 singles, and 1 king. Two private cabins with separate heads and sinks. One shower.
Frames: White Oak 1 3/8” x 2 3/8” and 8” on center.
Planking: 1 3/8” Quarter Sawn Alaskan Red Cedar.
Stem: Australian Gum Wood
Keel: 12” x 16” Douglas Fir
Specifications: LOA: 39 ft.
LOW: 37 ft.
Beam: 11 1/2 ft.
Draft: 5 ft.
Cruising Speed: 7.2 knots
Fuel Consumption: 1.6 gal/hr.
Construction: Decks: Silva Bali
Houses and House Tops: Plywood with 10 oz. cloth and epoxy coating.
Exterior Doors and Trim: Silva Bali with Amarda Finish.
Interior Doors: Raised paneled Silva Bali and Cherry.
Pilothouse and Overheads: Antique Southern Yellow Pine, Bead Center Bead.
Soles: Southern Yellow Pine and Silva Bali.
Interior Trim: A mixture of Mahogany, Silva Bali, Angelique, and Cherry.
Tankage: 400 gallons diesel - aluminum tanks
250 gallons fresh water - stainless steel tanks
35 gallons waste - plastic tanks
All new plumbing in 1999, and then updated in 2009.
Engine: 5LW Gardner Diesel, wet exhaust, 24 volt starting system, reverse gear 2 to 1 ratio, inspected in 2000 by Gardner Specialist (Duncan Associates, Ft Lauderdale, FL), and in excellent condition.
32” prop with 22 pitch, 2” stainless steel shaft, and spacious engine room.
If you are a wood boat buyer you owe it to yourself to see ALAMAE. A beautiful yacht where the owner has maintained her exceptionally well. No disappointments and ready for new adventures.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.