Camano 31 Trawler Troll
Camano 31 Trawler Troll for sale | 9.45m (31'0") | 2001 | 1x diesel 200hp | GRP Construction | Planing underwater profile | 2 berths | Boat REF# 142307
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|Engine||1 x Diesel 200hp, Volvo-Penta TAMD41P-A (2001)|
|Lying||Skagit County, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Lying||Skagit County, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||454.6 ltr (100.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||304.6 ltr (67.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||68.2 ltr (15.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 200hp|
|Engine make and model||Volvo-Penta TAMD41P-A (2001)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 497|
|Prop(s)||Bronze 4 blade|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||33.2 ltr (7.3 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||12 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||17 knots|
A custom made, removable mahogany storage tray is fitted over the bilge aft of the engine.
The electrical system includes a 1500 Watt Heart Inverter, Link 10 Battery Monitor, upgraded high output alternator with external regulator, energy monitor, 2 additional house batteries (4 total) and an upgraded battery charger. An additional 110 volt receptacle has been added above the Port V berth.
The engine has been maintained throughout by North Harbor Diesel in Anacortes, WA.
The batteries were all replaced in August 2012. The alternator was rebuilt in March 2010.
|Draft Min||0.90m (2'11")|
|Draft Max||0.99m (3'3")|
12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, shore power
The Camano 31 is all about the tremendous, unrestricted 360 degree view from the relatively large main cabin, and the speed and fuel efficiency of its unique hull design. While the Camano 31 is not currently available as a new boat, this particular example is an opportunity to acquire one in essentially better than new condition at a very attractive price.
The hull design of the Canadian built Camano 31 is unique and well-regarded for its stability, seaworthiness, and efficiency. The deep, hollow "V" shaped keel provides about 25% of the hull's displacement, and above displacement speeds helps lift the stern so that water runs cleanly off the transom, thus maintaining a more linear speed-fuel relationship up to 18 knots. An additional benefit of the "Keelform hull" is that the engine is mounted in the keel, lowering the center of gravity. The boat heels very little even in tight turns. The owners speak of its stable performance in difficult sea conditions and its fuel efficiency, especially at speeds from 10 - 14 knots that are difficult for planing or displacement hulls of this size. The prop and rudder are protected by a skeg.
The hull layup is solid, hand-laid fiberglass below the waterline, with foam coring above the waterline. The windlass and deck fixtures are backed with metal backing plates. Extensive sound-deadening insulation is used in the cabin floor, making the boat unusually quiet in operation.
|Total # of berths||2|
|No. of double berths||2|
|Heads||1 heads (Vac flush)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Raw water wash|
The boat is entered from the swim step through a gate in the transom to the covered cockpit and a door into the main saloon. The saloon area features "L" shaped seating around the saloon table to port and the helm station to starboard forward. The seating area can be converted to a berth. This boat features a very nice custom made oval mahogany saloon table with a built in storage compartment deep enough for wine bottles. The original table is also available and provides for conversion of the settee to a double berth. A stainless steel hand rail has been installed along the starboard side under the windows aft of the helm station. New carpets and additional sound insulation were installed in January 2011.
The entire cabin is surrounded with large, vertical windows providing 360 degree views which are a signature feature of the Camano 31. Full curtains can cover the windows and sliding screens are provided for opening windows and the bow compartment Bomar hatch (also with a sliding screen). Canvas covers are provided for the forward windows.
The main helm station features an extra large plotter/radar display with second display on the flybridge. The main helm also features a custom fitted mahogany trimmed steering wheel. Below the wheel and folding up near flush with the bulkhead is a custom made mahogany chart case with a clear panel framing a chart of the San Juan Islands.
The galley is down and to port with a large head and shower room to starboard. This vessel features a custom-made mahogany storage shelf for glasses on the pantry cabinet door. It is stocked with a matched set of four each New Zealand acrylic wine glasses, shot glass and tumblers. Under the microwave is a custom knife storage rack which swivels back out of sight for safe storage of knives in rough weather. Cutting boards, flatware and four sets of matching plates, bowls and mugs are included.
Forward is the main/bow compartment with a "V" shaped double berth 6'5" on centerline with storage underneath. A custom fitted Mahogany CD rack is installed above the starboard V berth.
The galley features a Force 10 propane range, microwave with a built in, swiveling knife rack below, and a NovaKool refrigerator/freezer. Cabin heat is provided by a Webasto 12,000 BTU diesel-fired forced air system. The head features a VacuFlush system with tank level monitor and macerator pumpout. The head was refurbished with four new "duckbill" valves and a new bowl gasket in February 2011.
A sturdy folding helm chair stores out of the way to open up space in the main saloon when not underway. In addition to the navigation and engine instruments, an inclinonmeter, barometer and thermometer are mounted on the aft bulkhead of the main saloon.
For winter storage, two air dryers maintain low humidity levels. An engine room heater and a thermostat controlled electric cabin heater control temperatures.
Canvas covers are provided for the flybridge, the forward windows and a fixed awning over the cockpit (designed without vertical supports so the cockpit area is unobstructed). All canvas is Sunbrella Dubonnet Tweed in "like new" condition. The cockpit storage areas are also have custom fitted snap on canvas covers on the two storage cubbies located on either side of the cockpit.
3 burner gas cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
Raytheon Autohelm ST 6000 Autopilot with hand held remote on the fly bridge.
Raytheon Tridata ST60 displays at main helm and fly bridge.
Raytheon Pathfinder Chart Plotter/Radar RL80C at main helm and RL70C in a special pod on the flybridge. Both upgraded to overlay radar on chart display and using CMap data.
Fluxgate heading sensor.
Horizon Spectrum DSC VHF with added RAM on flybridge.
Raystar GPS Receiver #125
New (2011) ICOM M-24 "Float and Flash" hand held VHF.
The radar antenna is mounted on a custom-made folding mast system.
Electric Maxwell Freedom #800 windlass
30.00m (98'5") of chain
30.00m (98'5") of warp
Polaris Escort Aluminum RIB dinghy (2001)
9.9hp outboard, Yamaha 4 stroke, Short Shaft (2001)
The hull and exterior have been professionally maintained including full detailing in November 2011. The hull is inspected by a diver every four months to clean the bottom and replace zincs as needed.
The bottom was repainted in April 2011.
A Force 10 Barbecue mounts in the cockpit and is stored in the lazarette.
The Polaris Escort aluminum hull RIB dinghy is custom shaped so that it does not stick out beyond the hull side when stored on the Seawise davit system.
All trim lines, lettering and canvas is maroon color which is unique in the Camano fleet.
A cockpit shower and salt water washdown both in the cockpit and bow are installed.
A boarding/safety ladder is installed and stows under the swim step.
An larger than standard 8" SS cleat is mounted on the transom.
3 bilge pumps (0 manual / 3 Electric)
Safety equipment includes a Lifesling mounted on the aft railing of the Flying Bridge.