You don't see many of these around anymore, but it is a great live-aboard boat. Plenty of room and storage. Designed by the legendary multihull boatbuilder Arthur Piver. This boat is 40 feet LOA and 23 feet wide with a draft of just 3.5 ft.
The boat needs some cosmetic TLC and there are some softspots in the deck, but overall she is in good shape. The current owners have lived aboard her on the Chesapeake Bay for the past 17 years! Currently located in Rock Hall, MD.
Contact: Bill Patterson
Stern view showing 50HP Suzuki which can be tilted out of the water.
Hardtop fiberglass bimini with solar panels and sunroof vent. Cockpit showing engine controls and extra wheel to turn the outboard engine.
VHF radio, Apelco Fishfinder/depth sounder and Garmin GPS in cockpit.
Salon looking aft with reclining loveseat and doorway to cockpit.
Salon looking forward into galley with fold-up table and fold-down desk.
Galley with 3 burner propane stove, stainless steel sink, microwave oven, convection oven, coffee maker, and plenty of counterspace.
Starboard side double bunk (all bunks are the same size). Bunks are built into the wall between the ama and the salon, requiring one step up. The starboard aft bunk has a hatch above it, and 2 portholes at the foot for ventilation. Large bookshelf at the foot of the bed holds tv or plenty of books (or junk).
There is a large lexan window along the side and a hatch opening at the end of the ama above the hanging closet. Further aft in the ama, behind the closet is one of the fuel tanks. Two shelves run the length of the wall opposite the bunk.
Workshop in cabin under the mizzen.
View from salon through to portside ama. You just need to go up 2 steps, bend over slightly and then down 2 steps on the other side. Hallway to starboard side is the same.
Portside ama looking forward. You can stand easily in the amas since there is over 6 ft headroom. The bunks are built into the side adjacent to the main salon. There is shelving on the outside. On the port side of the boat the aft bunk was turned into a closet with hanging space and removable plastic drawers. If you want it as a bunk you can remove the drawers and put a mattress back in. The traditional (seawater pumping) head is far forward. The composting head is aft of the bunk. The sink is opposite the hallway. The forward bunk is our guest bunk (or the bunk we throw all our junk on)
Starboard ama has the forward bunk converted into an office and the rear bunk is the one we use.
Traditonal head forward and composting head aft.
View of the deck and mast.
Contact: Bill Patterson