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Here is a beautifully kept Tolly Double Cabin with Cockpit - arguably the most popular make and model in the NW! Yes, she's a twin diesel with upper and lower helm stations. Modern navigational gear and cruising outfit includes radar with interfaced chart plotting, Westerbeke genset, electric Nick Jackson dinghy davit, and diesel cabin heat to extend your cruising season. Unbeatable double cabin layout with double side deck access doors, pocket cockpit, walk-arounds, fore and aft staterooms with heads and separate stall showers. A well loved vessel in an ideal size range - be sure to have a look at this one!
See her full specifications and recent color photos online here at our homepage, then CALL for additional details and an appointment to go aboard. ***THIS VESSEL KEPT OFF SITE IN SECURED MOORAGE - PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VIEW***
-----PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS ONLY-----
Sleeps up to (4) owners and guests in two double staterooms plus a double salon sleeper sofa for a total of (6) overnight berths; two enclosed heads with separate stall showers.
LAYOUT FROM FORWARD: Chain locker is followed by the FORWARD GUEST STATEROOM, offering a double berth offset to port; opening overhead skylight hatch; built-in storage; and easy access to the GUEST/DAY HEAD with separate stall shower. GALLEY is situated forward and to port, with handy serving bar up to the main cabin salon.
Steps up and aft near the centerline land in the MAIN CABIN, with INSIDE HELM STATION set forward to starboard next to a handy sliding side deck access door. Directly opposite are two seats at the galley serving bar, with sliding side deck access door adjacent. The rest of the light and bright main cabin is given over to the SALON, with L-shaped convertible settee wrapping port side aft and teak hi-lo table; also note (2) movable easy chairs.
Aft and down finds the AFT MASTER STATEROOM, featuring a walk-around island queen berth, with built-in vanity and storage along the port side; private ensuite MASTER HEAD with separate stall shower is situated forward to starboard.
Outside, the comfortable BOAT DECK is fitted with stainless safety rails and smoked plexiglass wind shelter in lieu of dodger canvas - nice! Aft is access to the pocket COCKPIT - ideal to reach the water level for crabbing, boarding the tender, bringing the dog on board, etc. SWIM STEP is finally aft with enviable Nick Jackson electric dinghy davit system for stowage/launch/retrieval of the Walker Bay tender.
INTERIOR is in (ever rarer) full nautical teak with updated carpeting, ivory leatherette upholstery. CABIN HEAT is via diesel furnace system plus (2) electric built-in heaters. HEADS are Vacuflush and plumbed to holding tank with pump-out valve. ENTERTAINMENT includes Panasonic flat screen TV in the main cabin; flat screen TV at the forward cabin; antenna system; and Pioneer stereo.
Spacious and efficient GALLEY offers full features and equipment, including a large Vitrifrigo refrigerator with freezer; 3-burner galley stove with oven; microwave; dual stainless steel galley sink; hot/cold pressure freshwater system with hot water heater; and ample cabinet plus drawer storage throughout for wares and stores. ALSO NOTE: on deck BBQ.
12vDC and 110vAC systems with panels and fuse/circuit breaker protection; house and starting batteries; Magnum 2800-watt inverter; Westerbeke generator; and dockside electrical inlet(s) with 50' hook-up cable.
DECKS are easy care fiberglass; stainless safety rails; bow pulpit; radar mast; swim step; international navigation lights; fenders & lines; lifejackets. TENDER is a Walker Bay dinghy with outboard and Nick Jackson double arm electric davit system at the transom for launch & retrieval.
GROUND TACKLE includes main anchor with all-chain rode; and anchor windlass at the foredeck. ALSO NOTE: Bimini flybridge canvas.
ENGINES are freshwater cooled with fuel filters, showing approximately 3550 hours each; CONTROL STATIONS at cabin and flybridge helms. Digital tachometers; trim tabs; engine alarm plus fuel shut off valve; bilge blower(s); auto/manual bilge pumps; manual fire control system in the engine room plus hand held DC units in the cabins.
"Built on a rugged semi-displacement, solid fiberglass hull and bearing a distinct trawler-style profile, the Tollycraft 43 is widely regarded as a superior heavy-weather boat. A sharp entry and a full-length keel provide good handling characteristics... The accommodations are well organized with double berths in each stateroom and a serving bar separating the salon from the lower-level galley. An inside helm station and deck access door were standard, and the interior is finished with well-crafted teak cabinets and paneling throughout... A proven offshore design with a loyal following, used models are always - repeat, always - in demand."
- POWERBOAT GUIDE by Mark Parker & Ed McKnew
Any of owners' personal items left on board, including any items not listed in the specifications, are not included with the sale of the vessel.
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.