Super long-range U.S. built Expedition/Research Passagemaker Yacht. Jones Act Compliant. Legal for 12 Passenger Charters in US Waters. 6,000+ mile range. Six double staterooms.
Full survey and audiogauge report available by FAX or email.
She’s a well designed, rugged offshore boat. Always privately owned and never in commercial service, but readily adaptable for Charter, Dive, Expedition, Ocean Research or other work.
VERY ECONOMICAL! Recent trials show flat wake and +6 knots at high idle on either SINGLE engine. With both 8V-71 naturals loafing @ 1150 rpm, she’ll make 7.0 knots, 7.2 kn @ 1250 rpm, 7.7 @ 1400, 8.0 @1500, 8.75 @ 1600.Will consider trades, long term charter or joint venture. May finance qualified purchasers. CALL Rich Wallace at 206.227.BOAT (206.227.2628) for inspection or e-mail [email protected]. JUST REDUCED $100k! Owner wants her SOLD!
Photo Gallery: 85′ Allemande Expedition Trawler
Full Specs: 85′ Allemande Expedition Trawler
- Boat Name: HI Z
- Year: 1988
- Located in Seattle, WA
- Hull Material: Steel
- Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
- Builder: Custom USA
- Designer: Phillipe Allemand
- LOA: 85 ft 0 in
- Beam: 24 ft 0 in
- LWL: 78 ft 0 in
- Max Draft: 7’2″ – 8’6″
- Ballast: 19 tons
- Displacement: 119 tons
- Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
- Engine Model: 8V-71N
- Engine Hours: 1350
- Total Power: 500
- Cruising Speed: 8.0
- Max Speed: 9.5
- Fuel: 12,500
- Fresh Water: 7,600
- Holding: 530
MASTER stateroom with 7′ headroom is aft of the Pilothouse, with centerline Queen and ensuite Vacu-Flush head and stall shower. 1 door opens outside to aft and boat decks, and another door opens to hall and several steps up to the RAISED PILOTHOUSE with 80-3/4″ headroom.
In addition there are accommodations for 12 GUESTS in FIVE GUEST CABINS (all with 6’7-1/2″ headroom & 6’6″ bunks): A full width stateroom foreward on main deck with centerline Queen. Largest Stateroom below main deck is fully foreward of the centerline companionway, with a Queen and single upper to stbd., and settee/lower single to port. Off the companionway next aft to port is a large head and shower, across from which to starboard is the smallest stateroom, with upper/lower single berths outboard. Next aft are matching port and starboard staterooms with Queen lower berths. Companionway leads aft to wide stairs up port side to main deck house. Engine room access is starboard off the crosswise companionway.
GALLEY is on-deck, fully aft to port, with NEW granite countertops, 4-burner LPG range, microwave/convection oven, full sized upright refrigerator, icemaker, double stainless steel sinks, hot/cold pressure freshwater system, hot water heater and ample cabinet/drawer storage.
There are two salons on main deck, a day head and large Guest double cabin foreward, with enclosed storage or crew quarters fully foreward.
Comnav 2200 Autopilot, radar, Garmin 128 GPS w/EPIRB interface, Magellan hand held GPS, King 1350 fathometer, Datamarine Sandpiper fathometer, (2) Sitex 950 VHF radios, Handheld VHF radio, Icom M700 Pro SSB radio, Wagner Binnacle, 9″ Compass, Rayline Searchlitght.
Generous full-width pilothouse with all of the necessities.
12vDC, 110vAC, and 3-phase systems with panels and fuse/circuit breaker protection, (7) house/starting batteries. 20kW x 220v gensets; Allison Chambers 15kW x 220v genset, adequate shore cables.
20kW 220v 3 phase: GM/Detroit Diesel model 2-71 at 1200rpm.
GenSet is DELCO Serial # 343-D58, model #1-4690.
15kW 220v 3 phase: British diesel, brand unknown, 1800 rpm.
GenSet is by Stamford, NewAge Engineers, Ltd., UK. To NEMA MG1-22,84. Type PCV 64 E.
Wide steel stairways access all outside levels. Foredeck is fitted with hydraulic crane, and hydraulic anchor windlass with generous ground tackle. Side deck fire hydrants. Propane BBQ and large storage boxes on the aft deck. Transom door and ladder to swim platform. 14′ FG Dinghy and 14.5′ FG Shore boat w/40hp outboard.
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
Walk-around ENGINE ROOM with 83″ headroom is aft of the lower deck guest cabins and houses twin GM 8V-71 main engines, TwinDisc MG-509 gears, two gensets, air conditioning and offers very good access to all machinery and ship’s systems. Aluminum grill bilge cover plates, 15′ work bench with tools, vise and grinder, and a washer/dryer.
All machinery is KEEL COOLED freshwater for generators, mains and air conditioners. NO SALT WATER enters the boat. Dual fuel filters for main engines, fuel and lube oil transfer system, air compressor, manifold with valves for pumping any/all bilge compartments, ballast transfer pump, fresh water pumps, and holding tank pump. 1 each 530 gallon lube oil and 530 gallon hydraulic fluid tanks.
Michigan bronze 4 blade 46″ props run on 4″ Stainless Steel shafts. HELM is wheel or ComNav/AutoPilot jog stick tiller.
MAIN ENGINES and gensets were rebuilt in 1999 and have under 2,000 hours since professional major overhaul.
MAIN DECK is entered via sheltered weather deck starboard into the DINING SALON with crescent shaped bar to starboard, and foreward to MAIN SALON with 6’8-1/2″ headroom. There is a day head on this deck.
Forward of the main salon on main deck are two areas with 7’2″ headroom, one is a large work/storage room or possible crew quarters in the forepeak. Next aft is a 9 x 12′ Guest cabin with centerline Queen next aft.
All spaces are fully insulated, wired, plumbed, and have separate zoned reverse cycle air conditioning and heating systems.
This go-anywhere vessel had a full survey with audiogauge 12/2002. Both report her to be in good condition throughout. She has been in cold fresh water for almost all the time since.
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 surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior charter, sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.