Bruce Roberts PCF 40 Sailing Trawler
Bruce Roberts PCF 40 Sailing Trawler for sale | 12.19m (40'0") | 1981 | 1x diesel 120hp | Steel Construction | Long keel underwater profile | 7 berths | Boat REF# 157070
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|Builder||Christian Van Peers/Zampeer Boat Works|
Olympic Peninsula, WA USA - Shown By Appointment
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|Fuel capacity||2,727.3 ltr (600.0 G) Total - 3 Tanks|
|Water capacity||2,272.8 ltr (500.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||13.6 ltr (3.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 120hp|
|Engine make and model||Ford Lehman (1981)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 2000|
|Prop(s)||Three Blade Bronze|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||12.3 ltr (2.7 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||6.5 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||7.5 knots|
Ford Lehman engine is fitted with a double belt drive driving a 120 amp alternator for maximum charging of the batteries while underway.
Three fuel tanks, two 250 gallon and one 100 gallon give extended cruising range. The fuel is manifolded to the 100 gallon tank which is placed lower than the other tanks in the keel so the fuel is always being drawn for the 100 gallon tank. No confusing pumping and transferring of fuel.
Northern Lights 5KW generator with less than 200 hours.
Automatic loud hailer which is used for
Three blade bronze 26" X 15" X 1 3/4 " LH prop. 1 3/4" bronze shaft.
Wagner hydraulic steering with Neco steering course failure alarm.
All marine grade wire with one 8D 12 volt starting battery and two banks of four 6-volt batteries and one separate battery for the genset. Total of 10 batteries.
Shore power isolator. Link 200 Xantrex interface between charger and inverter. Professional Mariner Electrical system monitor.
The aft deck has hydraulic piping run for girdies. There is a hydraulic system on board. Only connected to standby bilge pump presently but may run a refer compressor if attached to the system as designed and the girdies when fitted. Has mounts on hull for outriggers
Batteries approx 4years old. Charged and trickle charged.
Tanks cleaned about 4years ago.
rigging original. Sails in excellent condition. Roller jib is in fair cond.
engine hours approx 1600. Ford Lehman 6 cyl. Oil changes done routinely each season. New fuel pump and injectors 200 hours ago.
100 some hours on new 5 kw northern lights gen.
New radar, GPS, AIS all furuno.
Refer is a holding plate type currently only the 120 volt compressor is installed.
Boat made by commercial builder in Fort Bragg, ca.
|Draft Max||1.83m (6'0")|
Gaff rigged Christian Van Peers/Zampeer Boat Works Wood spars (1981) with stainless steel standing rigging (1981)
|Mainsail||- Slab (1981) Lazy Jacks,|
|Headsail||- Furling (1981)|
|Other sails||Mizzen (1981)|
Gaff rigged tanbark sails in very good condition.
All stainless steel rigging.
12 volt, 10 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
|Underwater profile||Long keel|
Full hard chine welded 0.25 thick steel full displacement hull.
1/4 inch mild steel hull.
Stainless stanchions and rub rails.
3/16 steel pilot house and deck.
1/2 inch teak over 3/16 steel back deck.
She is two part epoxy coated inside. By shipyard. It was sprayed on. The exterior is also a two part on the bare steel above the water line. below it is 5 coats of intercon, international paint. Exterior and bottom done June 2013.
Aft deck is overlaid with teak and the open foredeck is overlaid with plywood and fiberglassed.
The cockpit is fully enclosed with new canvas, which is easily folded down in order to use the mizzen.
Documented vessel as both pleasure and or commercial fishing
|Total # of berths||7|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||3|
|Heads||1 heads (Electric)|
|Manual water system|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
|Raw water wash|
The galley up and seating and helm up make for very inviting visiting as other boaters go by. Going below into the forward cabins give the ultimate in privacy. Beautiful teak joinery with tasteful carvings everywhere.
Aft upper cabin with galley up and settee for six which makes into a full berth. Entering the vessel is from port or starboard through sliding doors amidship. Very airy and bright with windows everywhere.
Shipmate 3 burner stove with oven (gimballed). Six gallon hot water heater runs off 120 volt AC or engine.
Three cabin heat sources, electric, hot water via new Red Dot radiator and Taylor diesel stove
Three cabin heat sources, electric, hot water via new Red Dot radiator and Taylor diesel stove.
New prop three bladed Michigan 26 inch by 15 inch pitch, left hand on 1 3/4 Bronze shaft
3 burner gas cooker
Furuno Model 1835/ 24 mile radar. Furuno Model GP-32 GPS. Ross fathometer. Sailor Radio Phone VHF, High Range CB 40 channel. Single Side Band Atlas 215 X. Ritchie 6" gimballed compass at the helm with a fluxgate electronic compass. There is a 4" compass mounted overhead in the master stateroom. Neco hydraulic Autopilot which runs off the magnetic compass. AIS transceiver.
1 halyard winches
3 sheet winches
Electric Plath windlass (with remote control)
91.44m (300'0") of chain
75 Lb CQR anchor with 300 ft of 3/8 galvanized BBB chain. 35 Lb CQR with 100 ft. Lb danforth. 12 volt Plath windlass with deck switch and switch at the helm.
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 Electric)
Two 12 VDC Rule 2,500 GPH bilge pumps with one spare. Man overboard pole. Two life rings with pennant. Life sling.
Automatic Halon system in engine room.
Two Stearns survival suits with reflective tape.
ACR "406" EPIRB registered and mounted in the wheel house with manual release.
This vessel also has a clear-view windshield wiper usually found on commercial fishing vessels or commercial freighters.
The round device acts something like a windscreen wiper on an automobile. Instead of using rubber wipers, it uses centrifugal force to remove water droplets.
The center part is the motor. The round transparent 18" diameter disc is attached to the shaft of the center motor and spins when the motor turns. The spinning action removes the water from the disc and so navigators are able to get a clear view of the outside by looking through the spinning disc. Of course the edges of the spinning disc are constructed in such a way that water will not be able to enter the bridge.
The particles of salt in the air from the waves when solidified will easily scratch the window if a rubber wiper is installed. The spinning disc hardly needs any maintenance at all.