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|Location||Campbell River, British Columbia|
52’ Live-aboard cruiser ‘Clupea II’. Built by Boeing Shipyard in Vancouver, BC in 1930. 1 ¾” fir planking with heavy white oak frames. Extensive refit in mid 1980’s including new fuel tanks (450 gallons) and new water tanks (150 gallons). D880 Caterpillar engine with disc gear, cruises at 7 knots, 2 gallons per hour. Refastened with silicon bronze 3 1/2” screws in 2017 with extensive recaulking. No leaks top or bottom.
Forward cabin with queen size bed, head and sink, closets and tons of storage. Shower, sink and vacuum flush toilet with holding tank in aft. Well designed galley with large fridge / freezer. Diesel stove with oven and hot water coil with a 10 gallon hot water tank, as well as, a 9 gallon electric hot water tank. Large trunk cabin with fold down table and couch that folds down into a double bed.
Walk around engine room. 4 – D8 starting batteries (new 2020). 3600 inverter with 8 – 6 volt deep cycle batteries (new March 2021). Electronics include 2 VHF radios, autopilot, Furuno 24 mile radar, Furuno GPS, Garmin sounder, Garmin plotter, cell booster and Honda 2000 watt generator.
- Built in 1930 by Boeing Shipyards
- Location: Quadra Island, BC
- 52' x 12'
- Engine: Caterpillar D880 diesel
- Cruising speed: 7 knots
- Fuel consumption: 2 gallons per hour
- Fuel tanks: 450 gallons total capacity
- Genset: Honda 200
- Hull: Wood
- Decks: Wood
- Cabin / Superstructure: Wood
- Caulking: 2017
- GPS: Furuno
- Plotter: Garmin
- VHF's: 2
- Radar: 24 Furuno
- Sounder: Garmin
- Batteries: 4 D8 starters, 8 6 volt deep cycle
- Inverter: 3600
- Sleeps: 6
- Galley sink
- Heating: Diesel
- Water tanks: 150 gallons total capacity
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.