48' Durbeck Seaton North Sea Trawler 1982
PHOENIX is in the water and ready for your inspection.
1982 Durbeck 48' Seaton North Sea Trawler
From the drawing boards of Seaton and built by Durbeck, this North Sea trawler offers a comfortable passagemaker in all conditions. Equipped with a new generator, all new batteries (Nov. 2021), and powered with an economical, low hour (1,100) Cummins 315hp diesel, this vessel is ready to go. PHOENIX is in the water and ready for your inspection. Please call for details and to make an appointment. FaceTime viewing always welcome…
There is a midship cockpit with bimini. On starboard forward is the entry to the forward cabin on the port is a very well equipped galley. On starboard is the head with shower stall. Continue forward to the master stateroom. From the midship cockpit aft and on the port is the entry to the main salon. The headliner and walls/bulkheads are gloss varnished mahogany paneling. The ships electrical panel is on the bulkhead entering the salon. There is a sleeping alcove forward and a built-in settee across the transom. A convertible couch is on the port. There are traditional opening portholes across the transom.
From the cockpit, you enter the engine room on centerline…and on starboard is the staircase to the pilothouse and aft deck. The pilothouse has dual Stidd chairs, a day berth and a full electronics package. Back in the cockpit, going forward and near the centerline is a stair to the forward deck where you will find the Nautical Structures dinghy davit and cradle.
The master stateroom is in the forward cabin with a traditional V-berth and filler and storage drawers under. There is a built-in TV with bookshelves on each side. A hanging locker is fit with gloss varnished mahogany doors.
This Durbeck is well equipped and ready to go. It was hauled and painted (bottom and topsides) Fall 2017. All the systems have just been serviced and its ready to head out on its next adventure.
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.
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