Builder: Jean Tremblay, Montreal Quebec
Year Built: 1998 (keel laid and registered in 1996, launched 1998)
Dimensions: LOA: 65 ft. 0 in.
Beam: 19 ft. 8 in
Max. Draft: 5 ft. 8 in
Displacement: 110000 lbs or 55 tons
Propulsion: Single Screw Diesel
Engine Make and Model: Cummins NH6-M
Engine(s) Total Power: 220 HP
Cruising Speed: 7.5 knots Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Rebuilt: 2011 Hours since Rebuild: 3,607
Tankage: Fresh Water Tanks: 230 US Gallons
Fuel Tanks: 850 US Gallons
Holding Tanks: 190 US Gallons
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This 65 foot custom-built trawler boasts extensive interior and exterior space, is truly a home on the water, perfect for living aboard, entertaining or extended cruising. With 6'4" to 6'10" inside headroom and a 19'8" beam this boat was built with spacious comfort in mind. Auto pilot, bow thruster, stern thruster, radar, AIS, stabilizing fins, bulbous bow and rugged exterior makes this trawler is a great, seaworthy vessel. At 7.5 knots she burns a respectable 4.3 US gallons per hour. Whether at dock or at anchor for months at a time, she offers all the comforts and space of a completely self-sufficient live-aboard trawler.
BOATEL I was built as a live-aboard cruiser in Montreal in 1998 and sold in 2004 to her current owners who have finished the boat, added many upgrades and maintained her with loving care. BOATEL I is fully insulated and since 2004 has spent 8 winters in Canada and 9 winters down south including 8 in the Bahamas with the present owners.
The four staterooms, three head layout is uniquely configured for privacy and efficiency. There are three staterooms forward, each with double berths. The two forward-most staterooms are mirrored to port and starboard and share a bathroom. The third stateroom is mid ship port side and has a private bathroom. The forth stateroom, the master, is aft of the engine room and has private four piece bathroom. This stateroom can be accessed from the forward section by way of a walk-through engine room or by means of a transom door leading to the aft deck and swim platform. All the cabins are appointed with attractive touches with comfort and functionality in mind.
The Captain’s quarters is aft on the lower level and features:
- Walk-around Queen side Island berth with an Obus form mattress
- 5 shelf built-in dresser, spacious double closet, bedside built in night tables with storage below and side settee with additional storage
- Custom desk with 3 file drawers and storage cupboards
- 24" LCD TV/DVD combo with articulating wall mount
- Two opening screened ports
- Private ensuite bathroom (head) with bathtub/shower combo
- A separate door at the aft of the lower deck gives access to the entrance deck/lounge and full width swim platform from the owner’s area
Down 5 stairs forward from the low helm are two cabins, one to port the other to starboard. They are mirror images of one another and offer:
- Double beds, opening screened port windows and 12 volt lighting & LED reading lights
- Abundant storage in the hanging lockers, below the bed and cabinets above the bed
- Rooms are accented with cherry wood and mahogany
- HEAD: Between the two rooms is a shared head with full size separate shower, toilet and vanity with ceramic tiles. Here there is abundant storage space for sheets, towels and cleaning supplies with cabinets on both sides of the shower, a medicine cabinet above the sink and double door vanity
VIP Guest Stateroom:
Down 4 stairs and aft from the forward staterooms is the VIP guest room to port featuring:
- A double captain’s bed that boasts 4 large deep drawers and an additional storage compartment below
- Side table
- Ensuite head with full size shower and vanity
- Mirror and shaving mirror
- Mahogany detailing, full size closet and opening screened port window
- Wall-mounted 32" TV with built-in DVD (2019)
- Large clothes closet.
- Through the back of the closet is access to a Forward Bilge Utility Room (described below)
The main deck contains the lower helm-station forward with stairs leading down to the accommodations. Aft of the lower helm is the galley to port and dining room to starboard. Continuing aft is the salon and then through mahogany French doors is an enclosed sunroom. The galley, dining room and salon are bright with 9 large windows in this area. All lights on the boat have been converted to LED lighting.
- The helm station contains engine controls, Garmin EchoMap Plus 64cv GPS/Depth Sounder with East Coast and Great Lakes Charts, depth and AIS display (2018) and Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS enabled VHF radio (2018). Bow and Stern thruster controls (2022)
- Port and starboard sliding doors leading to the side walkways and shore access (doors replaced November 2014)
- Stairs lead down to the staterooms
- Full size galley with ceramic countertop and backsplash
- Large framed window above the sink
- Deep double stainless steel sink
- Ample cupboard storage for dishes and food
- Full size Amana refrigerator with lower freezer
- Full size 4 burner Samsung electric stove with oven (2018)
- Microwave (2020)
- Large walnut dining table has 6 upholstered chairs that match the wall coverings
- Bright and open with plenty of ambient light accented with wood cabinetry, mahogany walls, Brazilian Cherrywood floors and French doors that open to the enclosed Sunroom extending the area dramatically
- Wall treatments and curtains
- Black Leather Sofa that is convertible to a sleeper
- Two rattan chairs
- Wall unit which houses 32” flat screen wall mounted TV
- Sklar Peppler end tables (one with wine storage) with lamps and matching coffee table
The sunroom is enclosed with sunbrella canvas and large vinyl windows of which three are opening. A door in the enclosure leads down to the aft deck and swim platform. The enclosure can be easily removed to provide an open airy environment.
- Eucalyptus Table with built in extension and 6 chairs and new carpet (2019)
The lower deck is accessed via stairs from the lower helm or from the aft entrance deck door. The lower deck contains the VIP Guest Stateroom forward and to port with access to the Forward Bilge Utility Room. Across from the VIP Guest Room is a walk-in pantry. Further aft through a door is the engine and utility room followed by a workshop and then the Owner’s Stateroom.
Forward Bilge Utility Room:
The standing room forward bilge is accessed through the VIP Guestroom closet and houses:
- Mermaid Air heat pump / air conditioner model M-16CHP-L with 16,500 BTU cooling (12 Amps) and 18,000 BTU heating (13.5 Amps) for the forward zone. Aft zone unit is identical and housed below the Owner’s Stateroom desk.
- Water system pressure pump
- Bow thruster motor and batteries 24V DC and AC to DC power supply / charger (also used for windlass)
- 100 US gallon waste holding tank. A second 90 US Gallon waste holding tank is located below the master and VIP guest stateroom vanities in the ensuite heads.
- The walk-in pantry was originally designed as another cabin by the builder and then converted to a pantry which provides loads of space for storage of dry goods and storage boxes.
- Chest freezer (2018)
Engine and Utility Room:
- Generator: 18 kw diesel generator. 5,974 hours on engine. New Marathon Electric generator end (2020)
- Cummins diesel engine was rebuilt by certified Cummins diesel mechanic in May 2011 - new pistons, liners, hoses, et cetera. Injector pumps rebuilt in 2012. Custom exhaust riser installed 2006
- Walker Airsep crankcase regulator, oil separator and air filter (installed 2011)
- Dual Racor Fuel Filter WaterSeparators serviced in 2010 and added vacuum gauge and heat shields
- Racor Fuel Filter Water Separator for generator (Replaced2013)
- Sea Strainer and Seacock (main engine) (replaced 2013)
- Seacock and sea strainer for generator and AC/Heads replaced 2020
- Sea Strainers for AC and generator (2011)
- Bilge Pumps quantity three 2000 GPH
- Electrical system upgraded in 2009 to ABYC standards
- ProMariner PRoSafe FS & Failsafe Galvanic Isolator (2012)
- Batteries: 14 new batteries in 2018
- PSS Dripless Shaft Seal (2013)
- Electrical Systems: 12v DC, 50 amp 240 Volt single phase 60 hz AC shore power and generator
- Xantrex Freedom SW 3012 Inverter/Charger - 3000 KW pure sine wave (2014)
- Xanbus System Control Panel for monitoring the Inverter/Charger (2014)
- The workshop is the envy of visiting boaters containing a work bench with vise, storage cabinet and shelves for tools including: a large built-in floor-to-ceiling shelving unit, tall 2 door cabinet, small cabinet over the work bench with storage below and tool chest
- Washer GE (2014) – needs to be replaced
- Dryer GE (2014)
- The Second 90 US Gallon waste holding tank is located below the master and VIP guest stateroom vanities in the ensuite heads
- Water Tanks: 230 US Gal on starboard side
- Hot Water Tank: 40 gallon electric water heater (2017)
The upper deck is accessed via a ladder from the main deck sunroom and contains the enclosed fly bridge providing a 360 degree view, a large skylounge area and dinghy storage area.
The large (12’ x 14’) enclosed fly bridge houses a well-appointed upper helm station. The fly bridge and helm was rebuilt in 2012 including new fiberglass surfaces on the floor and walls. Almost all electronics were replaced in 2012 with the exception of the radar and autopilot. The Sunbrella enclosure was replaced in 2017 with Makrolon polycarbonate front windows, Strataglass side windows and Seamark waterproof top.
Helm electronics and controls include:
- Autopilot: Simrad AP22 hydraulic autopilot
- Radar: Raymarine SL72 with LCD display and closed array antenna (Not Functioning)
- Chart Plotter: Standard Horizon CP500 charter plotter with AIS display enabled including charts for the Great Lakes, Erie Canal, Atlantic Coast, Bahamas and the Florida Keys (2012)
- GPS Chart Plotter: Garmin GPS Map 441s with depth and Lake Ontario, Erie Canal, East Coast & Bahamas charts (2013)
- GPS: Garmin 125 GPS Depth Sounder/Knot log (no depth transducer)
- Emtrack B100 Class B AIS Transceiver (2015)
- VHF Radio: Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 with AIS and RAM3 2nd Station Remote Mic (2012)
- Maxwell Windless Controls (2016)
- Horn/Hailer: Standard Horizon 240SW PA Horn (2012)
- Compass: Ritchie Explorer Compass Model S-53w with Cover (2012)
- Air Horn: AFI Dual Trumpet Air Horn (2015)
- Search Light: Remote Control Search Light (2012)
- Engine Instruments: Faria instruments for oil pressure, tachometer, engine temperature, engine hours (2012)
- Alarms: Aqualarm monitoring system for oil pressure, engine temperature, engine raw water flow, bilge high water and engine room fire (2012)
- Bow Thruster controls (2016)
- Radar Mast: At the aft of the fly bridge the radar mast drops down for bridge clearance and servicing (2011). The mast also supports the steaming light, anchor light and Shakespeare SeaWatch Omnidirectional Marine TV Antenna (2011)
The fly bridge also contains:
- Two Large Storage Boxes (28"x54") for life jackets, chart books et cetera (2011)
- Bench seat / watchman’s berth with cushion and below seat storage
- Two captain’s chairs and settee are comfortable for hours of cruising
The upper open “sky lounge” is 17’ x 13’ and has:
- Full size propane BBQ with securing brackets
- Canvas around the upper deck provides privacy for lounging and entertaining replaced 2017
- Resin deck settees (2) and coffee table
- Atkins and Hoyle 12 Volt Electric Davit (crane) to lift the dinghy and motor
- The motor is stored upright on a built in stand in the aft starboard corner of the lounge
- Behind the upper deck lounge area is an anodized aluminum cradle for inflatable dingy storage
EXTERNAL DECKS and HULL
Fore Deck (bow deck):
Boatel has a large flat bow deck with ample space for lounge chairs and wide sidewalks leading to the aft sundeck. The bow and sidewalks have strong 1-1/4 stainless steel railings. The sidewalk railings are on top of a knee high bulwark.
- Windlass : Maxwell Horizontal HWC 3500 windlass - Port Chain, Starboard Drum, 24VDC Electric (2013) serviced in 2020
- Ground Tackle : 2 x 150 pound Danforth anchors
- Rode : Port anchor 240 feet of 7/16 inch chain (2012); starboard anchor with 200 feet of 1” rope
- Sun cover : for lower helm windows
- Sliding doors : Port and Starboard sliding side entrance doors were replaced in 2014
Large cockpit area is perfect for swimming and diving or sipping an evening cocktail.
- Curved steps up to the Sunroom replaced 2020
- Landing for the steps contains two storage areas with waterproof doors replaced in 2018
- Access door to the Captains Quarters and engine room
- Full beam swim platform
A complete refit of the hull bottom was done in 2009 with a total of over 2200 man hours of work beginning with sandblasting. Four layers of reinforced biaxial fiberglass fabric with MAS Epoxy were applied followed by 2 coats Amerlock 2 Epoxy Sealer, then 1 coat of Amercoat 370 Epoxy Coating and 2 coats of Amercoat ABC4 anti-fouling paint. The hull to deck joint was reinforced and capped with new robust rubber rubrails in 2016 with anodized aluminum facing.
- Fully protected prop with skeg keel
- Bulbous bow adding to fuel efficiency and 2 bildge keels for additional stability.
- Propeller: 4 blade Hawbolt propeller 32” x 29” LH on a 3” stainless steel shaft
- Bow Thruster: Max Power CT325 24 volt DC 26.4 HP Dual Prop (installed 2016 and serviced 2020)
- Stern Thruster: Max Power CT165 24 volt DC 15.9 HP Dual Prop (installed 2016 and serviced 2020)
- Anti-fouling bottom coat and anodes were refreshed in May 2011, April 2015, March 2016, Feb 2018 and May 2020
- Haul topsided painted using EMC Quantum 99 paint in May 2020
- Decks painted with Kiwi Grip Aft 2018 -2020
- Seastar Capilano 1275-V hydraulic steering. Services with new seals in upper pump and rudder cylinder in 2017
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