A very specific model of the popular 34’ CHB design, this “Puget Trawler” edition is a double cabin layout that can comfortably sleep six when using the salon settee as a third double berth.  Described in the Power Boat Guide as “the best selling small trawler ever imported and sold in the US”, the 34′ design from Chung Hwa Boat builders has a very good reputation for being a well built cruising trawler.  This model has aluminum framed salon windows and original nonskid decking.

Footloose is a one-owner boat purchased new in Seattle and exceptionally well cared for through years of family cruises in Puget Sound and into Canadian waters.  Her former owner was knowledgeable and very meticulous; she shows constant upgrades and improvements throughout.

She has a single Perkins Sabre model 135 six cylinder diesel (repowered in 2003) that uses close to two gallons an hour at a comfortable 8kt cruising speed.  Her 4.5kw Entec genset provides ample 110v power while on the water, and then you’ll switch over to her 2kw inverter for quiet evenings aboard.

The beautifully finished interior is in exceptionally good condition; parquet cabin sole, newer bunk and settee cushions, extensive electronics and even a fine little library of boating books to study while at anchor.  Her custom designed master stateroom layout has a nice desktop workspace, and there is lots of storage throughout the boat.

Call us soon and be the next owner of this very well kept Puget Trawler. We’re certain you’ll enjoy years of fine Northwest cruising aboard.

Call David 206.225.3360 to arrange inspection soon.  PLEASE…no texts, just call us …



CHB Double Cabin “Puget Trawler” Dimensions

LOA: 33’ 6”

Beam 11’ 9”

Draft  3’ 6”

Weight  17,500

Fuel – Two Steel tanks, 300 gallons total

Water – Two Poly tanks, total 120 gallon

Waste – One Poly tank, 20 gallons


Perkins Sabre M-135, six-cylinder diesel

Repowered in 2003 with only 2,125 hours

High output alternator installed (OEM is in spares inventory)

Borg Warner Velvet Drive gearbox

1-1/4” stainless shaft

Two Racor 20 fuel/water separators

Two diesel fuel tanks

Morse helm controls at upper and lower helm


Entec Marine model 4200-D genset 4.2 Kw, 518 hrs., Ferryman 18W diesel genset engine in stainless sound shield

Outback FX model MT 2012, 2 Kw inverter, w/MATE helm control

Four six-volt house batteries in two battery boxes

Dyno 4D start battery in battery box

Xantrex ‘Link 10’ battery monitor

Pro Safe galvanic isolator

12v Handheld 6” spotlight

Two 30 amp shore power cords, 60’ total

Miscellaneous 30 and 20 amp shore and extension cord pigtails


At lower helm:

Autohelm 6000 AutoPilot

Standard Horizon Charplotter CP 590

Raytheon Pathfinder RL 70

iCom MXA 5000 AIS receiver

Uniden UM 625 VHF with WHAM X4 wireless remote microphone 

Standard Horizon GPS chart 170C

Garmin 160 C Blue fishfinder 

iCom M3a handheld VHF

Richie Powerdamp compass

At upper helm:

Raytheon sounder/finder model 265

Standard Horizon GPS chart 170C

iCom fixed VHF radio

iCom M80 handheld VHF

Garmin GPS 45 handheld receiver

Ritchie HB740 helm compass


Espar D5, model LCGM, forced air diesel cabin heater

Red Dot cabin heater

Taylor “Tundra” 12/120v refrigerator, model T42AC

Magic Chef four-burner propane stove and oven

20 lb. propane bottle, regulator and safety solenoid

GE 1000 watt Microwave, model JES 1039

Kenwood KDC model MP345U am/fm/cd stereo with remote

Four Sony salon speakers

Pioneer CDX-FM 1287 six-disc CD changer with remote

Sirius radio receiver with remote

JVC model SQPB 13” television and VHS player

“Follow Me” tunable satellite dish television antennae

Two West Marine electric cabin heaters, model 164411

Ship’s clock and barometer

Brass ship’s bell

New 12v LED brass reading lamps in stateroom and forward vee berth

Forward vee berth double with insert

Aft master stateroom with queen berth, lockers and writing desk to port

Two heads with showers, fwd. shower sump pump

Jabsco manual toilets, model 29090

Jabsco macerator pump

Jabsco freshwater pump

Two Rule 40 bilge pumps


44 lb. Lewmar “Bruce” anchor on bow roller pulpit

100’ chain with 250’ line rode

Flo-jet deck wash down pump, outlet under the pulpit

Ideal model CWM electric dual-capstan windlass on foredeck

Spare Danforth anchor in lazarette

Stainless hardware, stanchions and hand rails

Custom folding fiberglass radar mast on flybridge

Canvas helm dash cover

Four flybridge lockers with cushion seats, cleaned and painted interiors

Miscellaneous cleaning supplies, spares, misc. deck gear

SeaWise hand crank lift on aft bulkhead for a dinghy (boat not included)


Five adult lifejackets

Three toss cushions and overboard ring

Lines, fenders, boat pole

Three ABYC fire extinguishers

Paper charts, log books, and Puget Sound area resort guides

Nice library of navigation and general boating books, including Chapman’s

Perkins OEM alternator (new, replaced with high output version)

Replacement electric windlass motor 

Two complete tool boxes, socket sets, misc. hand tools

Belts, engine oil filters, Racor filters

Extensive miscellaneous hardware and electrical spares

Lightbulbs, fuses, fixtures, wire, terminals, etc.

Salon and stateroom carpets (blue/gray) professionally cleaned 2019

Cabinet stowage areas recently painted using bright white Bilge-kote

All operations manuals for mechanical, electronics and plumbing systems, as well as engine service manuals and maintenance logs since 2003 are aboard the boat.


This CHB was delivered with these factory options when purchased new:

Flybridge designed in newer ‘Clipper Style’

Fiberglass folding radar mast

Fiberglass nonskid on cabin decks and main deck – no teak overlay

All stainless steel hardware

Raked stanchions and oversized handrail diameter

Teleflex steering system

Custom helm steering wheels

Aluminum window frames

Aft cabin berth is 54’ wide and additional portside vanity with drawers

The fore and aft bunk boards and settee seats have just been repainted in Hatteras beige, with flybridge lockers and cabin stowage lockers all cleaned and painted inside with white Bilge-kote.

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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 aboard 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 simple electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements to even 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.   When 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 !