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2005 Townsend Bay Marine 54 New Arrival - 54'

Year 2005
Length 54ft.
Price USD $599,000
Type: Pre-owned
Location Seattle, WA, United States
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Other
Contact Information
Beam: 17 ft 6 in
Length on Deck: 53 ft 8 in
Dry Weight: 60000 lbs
Fuel: Aluminum (1200 Gallons)
Water: Plastic (180 Gallons)
Holding Tank: Plastic (100 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Wily King
Beam: 17 ft 6 in
Length on Deck: 53 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 60000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (180 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (1200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (100 Gallons)


The accommodation space is up three steps from the cockpit sole.  Entrance is through a sliding weathertight Diamond SeaGlaze sliding door.  Once inside the quality of build, openness, and excellent visibility is immediately evident.  Large safety glass windows surround the entire main level.  Hunter Douglass ratcheting roller blinds are fitted to side windows and are concealed behind teak valences when raised.  Interior joinery is of solid, oiled teak.  Solid teak cabinet door fronts are hinged with Blum European style hinges and Soutchco positive latches.  Drawers use low friction stainless steel sides and slides, solid teak fronts, and Southco positive latches.  The salon, pilothouse, and passageway soles are covered with blue resilient sheet vinyl/rubber flooring that boasts a unique high-performance raised square texture providing both style and surface grip.  The stateroom soles are carpeted.  The overhead is comprised of white utraleather panels.  Ample overhead recessed spot lights are fitted with dimmer switches.

WILY KING’s interior layout optimizes space and storage for her sports fishing and Pacific Northwest cruising mission.  The linear “L” shaped galley is situated along the port side of the salon, extending forward and inboard to the pilothouse partial bulkhead.  The pilothouse is forward and raised with centerline passage through the partial bulkhead/cabinets.  A passageway to the staterooms is forward and to starboard.  The master stateroom is forward with an ensuite head.  The guest stateroom with ensuite head is located below the pilothouse.  Engine room access is located below the salon sole.  Access is through the guest stateroom and cockpit locker.

The galley has ample counter and storage space for extended fishing trips to Alaska.  Top quality appliances are fitted for gourmet meal preparation and clean up.  A grey and blue flecked Corian countertop sits atop 36” high cabinets with bottom toe kicks.  Starting aft above the counter an angled coffee service “garage” houses grinder, thermos, and Keurig machine.  A single door storage cabinet is above.  A double drawer Subzero fridge and a 24” wide single door fridge are below the counter.  Next, a Gaggenau two burner stove with “pop up” exhaust fan is mounted in the countertop.  A bank of four drawers is below the stove.  An 18” wide by 23” deep bamboo cutting block is flush mounted in the countertop above the trash compactor.  A start/stop control button for the genset is mounted just below the cutting block and an A/C power meter is mounted at eye level on the mullion between side windows.  This allows the genset to be brought online when needed for extended cooking.  Next forward is a double Franke stainless steel sink with Grohe sprayer/nozzle.  Three storage cabinets are below the sink.  As the counter turns toward the boat’s centerline, a head high partial bulkhead with a shelf above it, separates the pilothouse from the galley.  A microwave oven is underhung from the shelf above the counter and a drawer style dish washer is beneath the counter.   A teak rack for six fluted champagne glasses is mounted on the partial bulkhead outboard of the microwave.  Further inboard is a built in microwave/steam oven above a bank of five drawers.   An additional bank of five drawers is located to starboard of the centerline pilothouse passageway.

The salon is open and spacious with a dinette located aft and to starboard.  The “L” shaped sofa is upholstered with a light green upholstery.  A high/low table with fold over top rotates 90 degrees and opens up to 51” long by 36” wide for dining the full crew.  The sliding aft window is fitted with a bug screen.  A small cabinet is located up high, outboard and aft of the dinette.  A textured area rug centered on the dining table delineates the dining area from the galley.  A teak bookrack is mounted just below the side window, forward of the dinette.

The passageway provides access to the staterooms and engine room.  To starboard and forward in the salon, five steps lead down to this passageway.  A stainless steel handhold is located at the top of the stair to starboard.  Outboard in the passageway is a large storage area.   An open bookshelf with five alcoves sits atop a bank of eight wine bottle drawers.  A strip light hidden by a teak valence illuminates the bookshelf.  Forty bottles of wine, laid on their sides, can be stored in dedicated racks in these drawers.  Two double door lockers with selves are located below the wine drawers.  Additional storage is located below access panels in the passageway sole.  Forward and outboard, a Corian counter sits atop two drawers and two double door cabinets with shelves.  Two 21” x 19” fixed hull side ports with curtains, a 20” x 14” overhead opening hatch and four overhead spot lights illuminate and ventilate this passageway.  The stacked washer/dryer is inboard and forward.  A tall “broom” closet is just aft of the washer.

The guest stateroom is accessed through a locking privacy door located inboard, half way through the passageway.  Two steps down from the door into this stateroom one finds 6’ 3” standing headroom.  The walls of this space are covered with oiled teak up to 36” and then white ultraleather above.  The overhead is padded white ultraleather.  Three single bunks measure 80” long by 30” wide and are fitted with 6” thick foam mattresses, light blue upholstered/padded headboards, and flex arm reading lights.  Two 2” thick foam toppers are currently stored but can be used for these bunks if desired.  Two large drawers are located under the two center bunks and six drawers are beneath the raised port side bunk.  A nightstand with two drawers is located between the two center bunks.  These two bunks could easily be converted to a single queen-sized berth if desired.   A 10” wide open bookshelf runs along the hull side above the port bunk.  Forward of this bunk is a linen locker with four adjustable shelves.  A vanity with a 10” underhung stainless steel sink, grey-flecked Corian counter, and teak medicine cabinet with mirrored door are forward and starboard in this stateroom.  A teak book rack is mounted on the starboard bulkhead.  Four recessed, overhead spotlights, a 15” x 7” opening hull side port with curtain, and four coat hooks complete this space.  The cabin sole is covered with light blue patterned carpet.

The guest head is to port and forward of the stateroom, up a step, and entered through a locking privacy door.  A Techma automatic flush marine head is inboard.  A large teak medicine cabinet is adjacent the head.  The shower stall is outboard and fabricated from fiberglass with a white gel-coat finish.  A molded hull side seat with teak slats allows one to sit or stand while showering.  A sliding bifold glass door closes the shower.  The shower nozzle and hose are held by hand or an adjustable shower bar with water controlled by a single lever Delta mixer valve.  Two overhead dome lights and three teak towel holders finish this space.

The master stateroom is forward and accessed through a locking privacy door at the end of the passageway.   Headroom measures 6’ 7”.  The centerline island berth measures 80” long by 60” wide and is fitted with a light green padded headboard on the forward bulkhead.  A six inch thick foam mattress sits atop Hypervent mesh to prevent condensation.   A 3” thick Temperpedic foam topper is currently rolled up and stored under the berth.  A hanging locker is aft and to starboard with a shelf above it and open to a fixed hull side port with curtain.  Further forward along the hull side on each side of the berth are two double door lockers with shelves above sliding door lockers.  A Furuno RD30 multifunction display is mounted to starboard and visible from the bunk for monitoring depth, speed and other navigation data.  Two reading lights are mounted on the forward bulkhead.  Five overhead recessed spot lights are fitted with a dimmer switch.  A 2’ by 2’ overhead opening hatch above the bunk is fitted with a curtain and screen.  An electric powered lift raises the bed to access a large storage bin.  Three drawers are beneath the aft end of the berth.  Aft and to port in the stateroom is a vanity with stainless steel 17” x 13” oval sink hung under the Corian countertop and fitted with a single lever Delta faucet.   A deep double door cabinet with shelf above open to the fixed hull side port outboard of the sink.  A flex arm cosmetic mirror and 110V duplex outlet are also provided at the sink.  A 17” wide by 25” tall teak trimmed mirror is secured to the aft bulkhead adjacent the sink.

The ensuite forward head is aft of the stateroom and accessed through a locking privacy door.  The Techma automatic flush head is inboard and the stall shower is outboard, to port.  A molded hull side seat with teak slats allows one to sit or stand while showering.  A bifold sliding glass door closes the shower.  The shower nozzle and hose are held by hand or an adjustable shower bar with water controlled by a single lever Delta mixer valve.  A 20” x 14” opening overhead hatch provides natural light and ventilation.  Two overhead dome lights and three teak towel holders finish this space.

Hurricane hydronic diesel cabin heating system with thermostats and fan speed controls in each space

  • All overhead lights on dimmer switches
  • Subzero 700BR double drawer under counter 5 cubic foot fridge
  • Subzero 249 RP 24” door under counter fridge
  • Gaggenau two burner propane stove with down daft extractor fan; model VL051707
  • Viking Professional trash compactor; model VUG181SS
  • Franke double stainless steel sink with Grohe faucet
  • KitchenAide garbage disposal
  • Fisher Pakel stainless steel drawer dishwasher, model DS-603-SS-USA
  • Sharp model R-1214F microwave oven
  • Keurig coffee machine
  • Sharp InsightPro microwave/steam oven model AX1200K
  • Bosch Axxis stacked washer and dryer
  • Full set of linens, pillows, and blankets for all bunks
  • 110V outlets throughout


The raised pilothouse is up two steps and separated by partial bulkhead/cabinets from the salon and galley area.  This arrangement allows a level of openness and communication while providing an obvious command/navigation area from the living space.  Fiddled shelves/counters are atop the cabinets between the salon and pilothouse.  Ample forward facing, high seating is found to port and starboard affording excellent 360 degree views while seated.  The navigation console is on centerline with a Stidd chair mounted securely atop a 6” high raised platform.  The Stidd chair is upholstered with beige Ultra leather.  To starboard, a “day bed” along the starboard side windows measures 79” long by 28”.  A 24” wide by 20” deep seat is inboard with tall seatback against the cabinets to the rear.  Two legal-sized file cabinet drawers beneath this seat open inboard.  To port a 52” wide by 21” deep seat with inboard armrest will comfortably seat two.  A large CD storage drawer is located below this seat, just above the raised footrest.  The forward navigation console is covered with textured blue Ultra leather.  Additional communications, control, and display equipment are mounted in a forward overhead fiddly above the three large forward facing windows.  The two side windows have opening sliders and insect screens.  Twelve volt outlets, two 110V duplex outlets, five overhead spot lights, and heating system defroster fans ducted to the forward windows complete this superb pilothouse.  The electrical system switch/breaker/monitoring panel is on centerline, aft of the helm seat.       

  • Furuno 4KW 48” open array radar
  • Furuno 4KW radome
  • (2) Furuno 10” Navnet multifunction displays
  • Navionics electronic charts for Olympia through SE Alaska
  • Furuno 8” Navnet multifunction display in cockpit
  • Garmin GPS Map 6212 with sounder
  • Garmin Bluecharts for Olympia through SE Alaska
  • Furuno model CH250 10.4” display searchlight sonar
  • Furuno BS 204 Clinometer to stabilize sonar for vessel pitch and roll
  • Furuno RD30 multifunction display in owner’s stateroom
  • Big Bay PC navigation computer with 10” screen and Nobletec Time Zero Odyssey navigation software
  • Comnav Vector satellite compass
  • KVH Tracphone F33 directional satellite antenna and sat phone
  • Icom M602 VHF radio
  • Maretron DSM 250 navigation and weather monitoring display
  • Simrad RI35 rudder angle indicator
  • Simrad FU50 follow up steering lever
  • Simrad SP50 autopilot control
  • Simrad AP51 autopilot wired remote control
  • Furuno loudhailer/intercom/automatic fog horn
  • ITT Jabsco remote controlled search light
  • Two tone horn
  • (3) Dual-arm windshield wipers
  • Pioneer DEH-P360 50watt x 4 XM/AM/FM/CD stereo
  • (2) 5” Eclipse speakers in pilothouse
  • (2) 5” Eclipse speakers in salon
  • (2) 5” Stereo speakers in cockpit
  • Weems & Plath 5” chrome ship’s clock and barometer


The propulsion, electrical, plumbing, and safety systems on WILEY KING are designed and installed with a focus on simplicity, reliability and maintainability in the far reaches of SE Alaska where marinas and mechanics are few and far between.  All machinery and components are the most dependable and best quality available.  Installation is well engineered, executed, proven and ready for many more years of use.  This boat was meant to voyage and fish and do so with speed and comfort.

The engine room is located beneath the salon/galley sole with entrance from the guest stateroom or stern locker.  The forward/guest stateroom access is to port of centerline and through a watertight Diamond SeaGlaze 22” x 36” door fitted with 10” round glass inspection port; a nice feature for checking for fires without opening the door and admitting oxygen.  For safety, a second entrance is provided aft from the cockpit locker/auxiliary machinery space.  A 21” x 26” watertight Diamond Sea Glaze door is on centerline and also fitted with a 10” round viewing port.  The engine room is bright and clean.  Three 110V overhead weatherproof florescent light fixtures are switched on/off at each door.  2” thermal/acoustical insulation with white film facing is secured to the overhead and sides with screwed in aluminum battens.  The sole is covered with light grey rubber Lonseal non-skid.  There’s enough space forward, inboard, and outboard of the engines for service.

The main fuel tanks are outboard and insulated from the engineroom.  A third fuel tank is aft in the cockpit locker.  Duron glass sight gages with top and bottom isolation valves and aluminum side protectors are fitted on each tank for positive level indication.  A Hart Tank Tender pneumatic tank level indicator monitors water and fuel tank levels from the pilothouse.  Fuel hoses are aircraft style with Aeroquip fittings connecting tanks to a custom aluminum manifold.  Large dual Racor filter/water separators with selector valves and vacuum gages are fitted for both engines and the genset.  Combustion air is drawn through large plenums on each side with intake vents located high and aft on the cabin sides.  Makeup air fans can also draw air from the cockpit locker and an extraction fan located forward to starboard will actively ventilate the engine space when desired.  To keep the engines cool, large Groco seawater strainers with glass inspection bowls and stainless steel baskets are fitted outboard of each engine.  All through hulls are heavy duty bronze Groco fittings with bronze Apollo ball valves.  Raw water flow alarms are fitted on each engine and the genset.  The engine exhaust systems are a well-engineered marvel of stainless steel, fiberglass, rubber hose, and insulation.  A large, fixed FE241 fire extinguisher will release automatically in event of fire and is wired to shut down the engines and ventilation if released.  A manual override in the pilothouse allows one to deploy this system as well.

Auxiliary machinery is largely located around the cockpit locker perimeter.   Access is via two 48” x 30” guttered and gasketed doors, lifted and held open by hydraulic lifters.  One climbs down a three wrung aluminum ladder to the middle of this storage/machinery space.  Three weatherproof 110V florescent light fixtures will illuminate this space at night.  The Northern Lights genset is housed in a sound shield to starboard.  Inverters are outboard of the genset.  House and start batteries are secured in battery boxes atop a forward bulkhead shelf.  The watermaker and Hurricane diesel cabin heater are forward and to port.  The dinghy davit hydraulic pump is to starboard and forward.  Water tanks are outboard and aft in the stern quarters.  Fresh and salt water pumps are to port and aft.  Steering pumps, rudder posts, tiller arms, and hydraulic rams are on centerline, aft.  The aft fuel tank is below the steering system.  Ample room between the longitudinal stringers provides storage for lines, finders, spare anchor, tools, crab pots, etc.

  • Caterpillar C18 715 BHP @ 2100 RPM: Port S/N C1J00231, 3282 hours; Stb S/N C1J00230, 3281 hours
  • Twin Disc MGX-5135A marine gears, 2:1 ratio, with trolling valves
  • 3” Propeller shafts with grounding brushes and Tides Marine dripless shaft seals
  • Caterpillar electronic engine controls in pilothouse and cockpit station
  • Caterpillar backup engine control panels
  • Backup steering stick in pilothouse
  • Walker Airseps on engines
  • 110V block heaters
  • (2) Dual Racor 751000 FHX 360 GPH primary fuel filter/water separators with vacuum gages
  • 4” diameter deck fill fittings directly above two large fuel tanks for fast filling.
  • Reverso oil change pump plumbed to main engines and transmissions
  • (2) Five blade Nibral propellers
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • (2) Maretron DSM 250 engine monitor panels
  • Hydraulic pumps on both engines
  • American Thruster hydraulic bow thruster with control in pilothouse and cockpit station
  • (2) Accusteer 24V hydraulic steering pumps
  • Hurricane 48,000 BTU hydronic diesel heating system with thermostats and fan speed controls in each cabin with engine heated exchanger to heat system when underway; also heats domestic hot water; remote control panel in pilothouse
  • Spectra 16 gph 24V watermaker with Spectra MPC-300 remote control panel in pilothouse
  • Dual Racor 500 FGX primary fuel filters with vacuum gage for genset
  • Iska 2.2KW 24V hydraulic power pack for dingy crane
  • Torrid 20 gallon hot water heater (220V, engine, and diesel heater)
  • X-Caliber XR-124 10 GPM fresh water pressure pump and Shurflo stainless steel pressure accumulator
  • X-Caliber XR-124 10 GPM salt water pressure pump and Shurflo stainless steel pressure accumulator
  •  (2)  Sealand 24V diaphragm holding tank overboard discharge pumps
  • (2) Tecma electric flush marine heads with salt or freshwater flush
  •  (2) Tankwatch Tankmaster black water high level indicators in pilothouse
  • (2) Tankwatch holding tank discharge pump key lock controllers in pilothouse
  • Heart TankTender fuel and water tank pneumatic tank level indicator in pilothouse

  • Northern Lights M843NW3 12KW 220V, 60hz diesel generator with 595 hours; in sound enclosure; remote start panel in engine room, galley, and pilothouse
  • Marinco 240V, 50 amp shorpower inlet
  • Marinco 110V, 30 amp shorepower inlet
  • 75’ 240V, 50 amp shorepower cord
  • 50’ 240V, 50 amp shorepower cord
  • (3) 75’ 120V, 30 amp shorepower cords
  • Acme 15KVA shorepower isolation transformer
  • Trace 4KW 110V sine wave inverter/230amp 24V battery charger; remote control in pilothouse
  • Xantrex 1,000 watt sine wave inverter for computer
  • (4) GPC 8DC Lifeline AGM batteries in 24V house bank
  • (2) GPC 8DC Lifeline AGM engine start batteries
  • Group 27 genset start battery
  • Newmar 32-12-35, 24 volt to 13.6 volt 35 amp DC to DC converter
  • Newmar 32-12-50, 24 volt to 13.6 volt 50 amp DC to DC converter
  • Balmar Digital Duocharge for charging starting battery bank
  • (2) Balmar 220 amp 24V alternators with Balmar Maxcharge MC624 regulators and Balmar Centerfielder
  • Custom AC/DC switch/breaker panel in pilothouse
  • Blue Seas digital meters:  House bank volts, inverter amps, start battery volts, 12V DC amps, Port & Stb alternator amps, 240 L1 amps, L2 amps, 240V system volt & frequency
  • Blue Seas digital AC monitor in galley adjacent genset remote start/stop panel


WILY KING is a yacht with a sense of purpose and a hull, cabin, and deck plan well adapted to the Northwest sport fishing/cruising mission.  Her hull is painted dark blue.  A single red boot strip is just above the black antifouling bottom paint.  The cabin house is painted with beige and flattening agent was added to minimize glare on sunny days.  The large windows and cabin door are aluminum framed safety glass units by Diamond Sea Glaze. Tan, Awlgrip Griptex nonskid is painted on the decks, cockpit sole, and swim platform.  The bow is high to safely stem large seas and moderately flared to throw water aside.  A single spray/lifting chine starts well forward and terminates at the stern quarters.  Bottom photos show a deep forefoot transitioning to a moderate stern “V” aft with a centerline protecting keel.  Foil shaped rudders, and additional skegs aft of the props provide directional stability and control at all speeds.  A molded rub rail is capped with stainless steel to protect the hull sides.

 A swim platform is well placed 12” above the waterline for boarding from dinghy, or dock.  Four removable stainless steel “staple” handrails are fitted to the swim platform.  A telescoping stainless steel swim ladder is secured to the swim platform underside and deployable from the water; an important safety feature.  An 8 cubic foot open top storage bin is mounted on the swim step, just below the fish cleaning table.  One steps 12” up from the swim platform into the cockpit through port or starboard transom openings.  Drop washboards close these transom gates when desired.

The cockpit is well suited for fishing, lounging, and docking.  Sea spray or rainwater drains through freeing ports in the stern quarters helped by ample deck camber, and low point drains outboard.  The cockpit measures 9’ long by 15’ wide with 33” tall bulwarks.  Open storage cubbies are built into the bulwarks on each side.  A 53” by 42” oval fish cleaning station with gutter, plastic cutting board, and knife storage is mounted on the aft bulwark.  A salt water “coil” wash hose and with tube storage and rack for three five gallon buckets is beneath this table.  Rod holders are mounted in the bulwark around the cockpit.  The boat deck extends aft over the forward half of the cockpit providing shelter from rain.  A storage rack for eight rods is mounted beneath this overhead.  Mounts for downriggers and fishing data sensors are located atop the bulwarks on each quarter.  Four dimming overhead dome lights will illuminate the cockpit at night.  A large chest freezer is located forward and provides seating and a place to store all the fish one will catch.  A cockpit engine and thruster control station is forward to starboard.  A 5’ tall by 23” wide “oil skin” locker is just inboard of the control station.  Steps leading to the cabin are to port.  An icemaker is mounted atop these steps to port of the accommodation door.

The 19” wide side decks on either side of the cabin house are three steps up from and 29” above the cockpit sole.  1-1/4” diameter 35” high stainless steel handrails are fitted around the side decks and foredeck for security.  Stainless steel grab rails are also fastened to the cabin sides, above the windows for additional security.  Four steps totaling 31” in rise lead from the side deck up to the foredeck.  The anchor windlass is mounted in a recessed well-deck 21” below the foredeck.  This keeps mud brought aboard with the anchor and chain from reaching the foredeck and cockpit.  It also lowers the windlass below the helm sight lines.

The flybridge/boatdeck is accessed by a stainless steel ladder with nine teak treads to port and forward in the cockpit.  A Lewmar 24” x 24” deck hatch closes the ladder top opening.  Stainless steel handrails are fitted around this deck.  A smoked acrylic windbreak sits atop the forward flybridge cowling.  Two large storage cabinets are located forward in this cowling.  Three pedestal mounted bucket chairs with covers are forward.  A fiberglass radar mast is on centerline aft of the chairs.  The fiberglass mast is topped with a polished stainless steel tubular arch where additional antennas and lights are mounted.   Chocks are mounted on the boat deck area for securing the tender.  A hydraulically powered crane for launching and retrieving the tender is to starboard.       

  • Kolstrand stainless steel hydraulic reel anchor windlass
  • 3/8” Stainless steel anchor chain and stainless steel wire rope rode
  • Rochna 40 kg anchor with stainless steel swivel
  • Fortress FX-55 secondary anchor in red storage bag
  • Salt water washdown hose bib on bow
  • (2) 16” chromed bronze mooring chocks/cleats in blow bulwark
  • (2) 11” chromed bronze mooring chock/cleats in midships bulwark
  • (2) 16” chromed bronze mooring chock/cleats in stern quarters
  • (2) 8” Stainless steel cleats on top of stern quarter cockpit coamings
  • (2) 10” Stainless steel cleats on transom
  • SM 1000R Steelhead marine crane for dinghy
  • Achilles 12’ rigid bottom inflatable dinghy with storage chocks on boat deck
  • Honda 2hp air cooled outboard engine



  • (2) 24V Cannon Digitrol IV HS downriggers
  • Manual Cannon manual downrigger
  • (6) Lee stainless steel rodholders flush mounted around cockpit coamings
  • (2) Stainless steel rod holders on bow railing
  • Hoshizaki stainless steel 110V icemaker
  • Frigibar 110V top loading 6.6 cubic foot chest freezer in cockpit

  • (4) Rule 3700 gph bilge pumps (fwd s/r, guest s/r, engine room, lazarette)
  • Pacer Pump model SE 1-1/2 EBL HYC hydraulic powered emergency high capacity bilge pump with 1-1/2” PVC  pipe and manifold to four bilge spaces
  • High water alarms for (4) bilge spaces
  • Fireboy FE241 automatic fixed fire extinguisher in engine room with fan and engine shutdown and manual override in pilothouse
  • Custom alarm panel in pilothouse monitoring: (2) stateroom smoke, salon smoke, pilothouse smoke, (4) high bilge water levels, engine room heat, (2) engine raw water flow, genset raw water flow


600 RPM  7.2 knots  3 GPH

1000 RPM  10.4 knots  10.2 GPH

1400 RPM  12.7 knots  24.9 GPH

1800 RPM  20.6 knots  42.3 GPH

2050 RPM  23.7 knots   WOT

Conditions may vary

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.
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