Three Private sleeping areas, three full heads w/showers and pro-designed aircraft style space utilization combine to make her the “Biggest” 50′ boat you’re likely to find! Starting with hull plans drawn by noted Naval Architect Bruce Roberts and using his considerable skills as a professional engineer, her builder created a uniquely comfortable, custom-built solid steel trawler yacht.
Pride of ownership is readily apparent, including an abundant use of exotic woods and contrasting-tone wooden inlays in her hand-crafted interior.
Her hull is a full quarter inch steel plating on 22″ frames and 12″ longitudinals. The keel has a four inch tube filled with 4,000 pounds of lead for ballast and stability, with steel skeg protection for running gear.
The living quarters are fully insulated, and well-forward of a watertight bulkhead and engine room.
Entry from the aft cockpit opens to the galley and salon, and there are wing doors on either side into pilothouse. Lovely wood paneling, full carpeting, and a tiled mural back-splash create a comfortable setting for guests or liveaboards. An Island counter with stool seating defines the galley area to port. An inlaid wooden high/low table serves six, with comfortable seating on the U-shaped dinette/settee (which can convert to a not-so-private 4th double bunk)
Ahead of the salon to starboard and five steps down are the main living quarters with a large guest double stateroom to port, with ensuite head, shower and enormous storage space. A washer/dryer is built-in aft in the lower companionway, and additional storage is built-in outboard all along the starboard side, running forward.
Fully forward, the Master stateroom has a king-sized platform bed, the third private head and shower, more built-ins and a comfortable, warm feeling with its light paneling.
Forward of the main salon and up two steps to port are a guest head and shower, ahead of which is the full-width pilothouse, with helm, controls and full electronics. Plus, a settee/watch-berth which also folds out (mechanically!) into a full-sized double bunk.
The helm console has great visibility, and twin aft deck mounted video cameras help with those close maneuvers. All electronic controls, communications and full electric monitoring systems are close at hand in this unusual “flight deck” style layout at the helm.
A hand-held “Yacht-Controller” reaches the foredeck/windlass-anchor handling and up to the flybridge for outside walk-around control of steering and both engines!
There are small side decks with nonskid coatings, and access to the foredeck is through the pilothouse wing doors. The large boat deck is accessed either from the aft cockpit or up the steps outside both pilothouse wing doors. There is an electric davit for small boats and Stainless Steel Radar Arch.
Engine compartment access is just ahead of the aft salon door above the Kohler gen-set, or, through hatches in the salon directly above the mains. The engine compartment is well organized and has a smart layout with ample room to move around.
“Marivic” is certainly a one-of-a-kind trawler. She is exceptionally well planned in her design and layout, and built to the highest standards of construction with many clever ideas incorporated. She’s a proven year-’round liveaboard, with a great layout for a couple or small family. And, she’s WARM AND COMFORTABLE for Northwest cruising all year ’round.
ALL photos are current except “Broadside 6.08” & “Hull Shape”.
Available with Bank Rate financing and a choice of Liveaboard view slips in Seattle.
Call Rich Wallace at 206.227.2628 or email RTW@PacificMarine.Org to inspect this boat.
Photo Gallery: 50′ Custom Steel Pilothouse
Full Specs: 50′ Custom Steel Pilothouse Trawler
- Boat Name: MARIVIC
- Year: 2001
- Located in Seattle, WA
- Hull Material: Steel
- Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
- Builder: Custom
- Designer: Bruce Roberts Hull Plans
- LOA: 50 ft 0 in
- Beam: 15 ft 4 in
- LWL: 41 ft 8 in
- Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
- Ballast: 1,400
- Displacement: est. 60,000
- Engine Brand: Mitsubishi
- Engine Model: CM6-55TI
- Engine Hours: 460
- Total Power: 200
- Fuel: approx. 600
- Fresh Water: approx. 310
- Holding: yes
- Forward Master king, ensuite head and shower
- Guest stateroom queen, head and shower
- Pilothouse settee converts to a queen bed
- Large guest head and shower aft of pilothouse
- Vacu-flush heads
- Splendide 200 combo washer/dryer
- Webasto diesel heat system
- Twenty gallon hot water heater
- H/C pressure water system
- Island counter with seating
- Custom designed tile back-splash and wall decor
- Double stainless sink
- Magic Chef refrigerator
- Built in large capacity freezer
- Princess three burner propane stove
- Sharp Carousel microwave
- Broan trash compactor
- Very good dry storage
- Adjacent dining settee seats six adults
- Adjustable HI-LO custom wood design dining table
- Dual Stuart Warner engine gauges
- Hart Systems tank tender gauges
- Trident propane alert system
- Mathers Micro-commander controls
- AutoNav A-15 auto pilot
- Raytheon Pathfinder 25 mile SC 70 radar
- Offshore 125 compass
- Heart Interface Link 20
- Horizon Intrepid VHF
- Raytheon Raystar 120 GPS
- Gateway computer Millenium OS and monitor
- Dual Remington video cameras for aft deck
- SSB transceiver
- Eclipse AM/FM cassette
- Kohler 5 kw genset
- Eight 1400 amp house batteries
- Three 8-D starting batteries
- Sine Wave inverter
- Battery monitor system
- 50 amp shore power cord
- PH window defrosters and wipers
- Two remote control spotlights
- Hydraulic windlass
- Danforth 85# anchor
- 400 feet of 3/8″ chain rode
- fenders and lines
- 50A shore power cord
- Electric davit on boat deck for shore boat
- Stainless steel radar arch
- Insulated double pane exterior and PH windows
- Swim platform and transom door
- 1″ Stainless rails at bow pulpit and aft deck
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
- Twin CM 6-55TI Mitsubishi, 200 hp.
- Borg-Warner Velvet Drive 5000 Hydraulic reverse/reduction gears
- Hydraulic bow thruster
- Dripless shaft bearings
- Racor Primary and secondary fuel filtration
STEEL HULL: Thickness of hull is 5/16″, Ribs and longitudinals are 1/4″, and the superstructure is 1/8″ steel.
Vessel Center of Gravity (CG) is about 8″ below waterline. Center of Lateral resistance (CLR) is at the point where steps off the Fly Bridge meet the main deck.
Total weight below waterline 27,900# est., total weight above waterline 21,100# est., about 60% of which is low (within 3′ of waterline).
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.