We ran the 30’ Tollycraft ’Sport Cruiser’ down from Bellingham to Seattle on a bright cold day this past December and she operates beautifully. Solid and comfortable cruising at 16kts. from very reliable twin Crusader 270 blocks [350 CID] with shaft drives and 17″ three-blade bronze props.
The salon starboard settee cushions and the vee berth have been recently reupholstered. There is also a comfortable custom mattresses in the forward berth.
The flybridge enclosure has front windscreen and two side curtains in good condition. Nice looking salon, carpeted throughout with teak trim and accents.
We’ve just finished going through all of her systems to check everything while taking care of some very minor repairs, and getting her cleaned well inside and out.
She’s all ready for your beautiful Fall cruising season …
Come see her soon!
Call 206.225.3360. PLEASE no texts, just call us …
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30’ 1988 Tollycraft ‘Sport Cruiser’
LOD 30’ 6”
LOA [with pulpit and swim step] 33’
Beam 11’ 6”
Bridge Clearance 11’ 8”
Draft 2’ 10”
Displacement 11,500 lbs
Aft Cockpit 45’ sq. ft.
Cabin Headroom 6’3”
Fuel aluminum; 198 gal.
Water poly; 49 gal.
Waste poly; 22 gal.
Twin Crusader Model 270, 350 CID
Engine hours 1275 port, 1305 stbd.
Two spare Hydro-flite bronze 3-blade props, 17×17
MMC electronic shift and throttle controls
Hynautic hydraulic steering assist system
New hydraulic steering pump at upper helm
Easy access to engine compartment through three aft deck hatches
12v. electric oil change pump manifold system for both engines
Fireboy halogen system in engine compartment
Aft salon and engine compartment bilge pumps, one new Rule 1500
High Water bilge alarm system
Racor fuel filter separators
Halon ‘Fireboy’ Fire Extinguisher system in engine compartment
Many new spare filters, belts, pumps, impellers, lube and coolant
Professional Mariner ‘Quietwatt’ 2300 watt inverter
Two deep cycle 6-volt batteries in boxes for inverter
NewMar ‘Phase Three’ battery charger
Three Group 27 Deep Cycle Marine batteries for house and engine start
30 amp shore power cord set
GFCI plugs in galley and head
ELECTRONICS and NAVIGATION
3” Ritchie HF 743 compass (lower helm)
Raytheon model Ray 77 vhf (lower helm)
Danforth ‘Corsair II’ compass (upper helm)
Datamarine ‘Dart’ speed/depth/log/temp. monitor (upper helm)
iCom model IC-M 302 vhf (upper helm)
Garmin GPS Map 188 (upper helm)
Furuno model 1715 radar (upper helm)
Airphone telephone intercom
Evergreen Puget Sound chart book
SALON and ACCOMMODATIONS
Teak trim and carpeted throughout
Hi-comp stereo w/AudioVox speakers in salon and upper helm
Large vee berth with filler insert and a comfortable custom mattress
Salon settee converts to double berth
Newly reupholstered vee berth and stbd. bench cushions
Aqua-Meter ‘Scentry’ CO2 monitor
Two fire extinguishers
Olin flare gun kit
12v overhead salon fixtures and halogen salon lights
110v. salon baseboard heater
Water and waste tank level indicators
GALLEY and HEAD
Dual stainless galley sink with ‘New Valley’ single control faucet
Emerson AR-732 Carousel microwave
Hillerange ‘Princess’ model 3-burner propane stove
Butcher block cutting board for stove top
Norcold model DW 704 refrigerator
Torrid 10 gallon hot water heater
Mahogany serving tray
Ample cabinet and drawer stowage for dishes, cutlery, provisions
Built-in trash bin underneath galley countertop
Tank capacity monitors in galley and head
Raritan electric toilet
Corian countertop in head
Shower sprayer wand
Jabsco model 18660 shower sump pump and box
DECK and GEAR
Flybridge bimini canvas
Flybridge canvas enclosure with fore and side curtains
Flybridge helm weather canvas cover
Aft deck folding table with canvas cover
Aft deck bulwarks storage lockers for engine spares, lube, oil, etc.
Exit ladder for P/S aft cockpit
Transom gateway with secure latch to swim step
Swim step hoist for lifting an inflatable dinghy
Stainless rails and deck fittings
Danforth style 20lb bow anchor w/chain and rode
Powerwinch electric windlass
Swim step wash down with H/C water
Bennett trim tabs
Radar arch with VHF antennae, radar and anchor light
Ray-line 6100 series searchlight
Chromed ship’s bell
Set of new hull zincs for shaft, rudder and hull plate for next haul out
Collapsible hose and misc. cleaning supplies
Lines, fenders, toss ring, boat pole
Four adult lifejackets
The twin Crusader engines have been well maintained with proper regular maintenance by former owners. Engines have just 1300 hours on them. As a part of our inspections we performed a compression test on both blocks and decided the port engine could benefit by having a typical valve job on the cylinder heads. That work was done at HeadsUp in Auburn, Wa. and engine reassembled last week.
The manufacturer’s shop manual for these engines states compression should be at 150 for optimal operations. Our re-test on results are: PORT 1) 150, 3) 150, 5) 150, 7) 150, 2) 150, 4) 155, 6) 150, 8) 150. STARBOARD are 1) 150, 3) 145, 5) 150, 7) 150, 2) 150, 4) 150, 6) 150, 8) 150.
Both blocks have new plugs, caps and rotors checked, carbs. set correctly, one coil replaced, and both engines are running just fine.
We took her out for a ‘shake-down’ and ran from Ballard Locks to just north of Kirkland (18 miles roundtrip). RPM/Speed table from that test: 1200 – 6.5, 2000 – 9.0, 2300 – 11.5, 2550 – 14.5, 2750 – 16.5, 3000 – 19.5, 3350 – 22.5.
We are quite selective about the vessels we accept into our program and pursue a very rigorous process before they are listed for sale. This begins with our preliminary introduction when we meet with the donor to discuss the condition and upkeep of their boat. Once accepted, each new arrival undergoes a thorough examination, similar to what a marine surveyor will do. This allows us to prioritize our attention to deferred maintenance and any repairs that may be needed.
Over the years we’ve performed just about every kind of marine repair; from electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements to rebuilding engines. If something is not working right we fix it, simple as that. We prove that her electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are correct, safe and functioning properly. By doing all this, we know these boats quite well – top to bottom – and present them fairly and honestly to buyers. We encourage you to have our boats professionally surveyed as a part of your purchase process; by the time we’ve finished and the boat is advertised here, we are confident you’ll receive a strong report from your surveyor.
Thank you for considering PMF boats in your search !