Mariner 37 Seville Pilothouse Trawler
Mariner 37 Seville Pilothouse Trawler for sale | 11.28m (37'0") | 2007 | 1x diesel 425hp | GRP Construction | Semi-Displacement underwater profile | 3 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 114443
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|Engine||1 x diesel 425hp, Cummins QSB 5.9 (2006)|
|Lying||Seattle - At Our Docks|
|Builder||Mariner Yachts International|
Seattle - At Our Docks
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|Fuel capacity||1,363.6 ltr (300.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||636.4 ltr (140.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||204.5 ltr (45.0 USG) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 425hp|
|Engine make and model||Cummins QSB 5.9 (2006)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 700|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||13.2 ltr (2.9 USG) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||16 knots|
Cummins engine is electronically-controlled, common-rail design. Smart Craft digital monitor in pilothouse and analog gauges at the flybridge.
House bank consists of six 6-volt deep-cycle golf cart batteries. 8D start battery. Xantrex 1800 watt true-sine inverter. Xantrex battery charger.
The engineroom is accessed from opening deck hatches or from a watertight door in the day head. There is a massive amount of storage space in the after engineroom, and the boat is pre-wired and plumbed for a generator. Access around the engine makes service easy. The engineroom is nicely finished including deck plates and a workbench / tool storage cabinet.
|Draft Max||1.22m (4'0")|
12 volt, 7 batteries charged by: engine
Total LOA from swimdeck to anchor 40' 8".
Heavy hand-laid fiberglass hull construction. Vinylester resins used in the outer layers to help prevent blistering. Integral grid structure is designed to provide a very sturdy hull with little flexing, as evidenced by the nearly total absence of gel coat cracks around the boat.
All handrails are of double-rung design for safety, and are welded and beautifully polished.
Window frames are powder coated aluminum and show no signs of corrosion.
Deck hardware is sturdy and high-quality stainless steel with no corrosion and little evidence of staining.
FRP fuel and holding tanks. Stainless steel water tanks.
|Total # of berths||3|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||1|
|Heads||2 heads (Electric)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Raw water wash|
Boarding astern is from a large swim platform though the transom door. The covered cockpit is large enough for several deck chairs. The sturdily-built wide sliding aft cabin door provides entry to the full-beam saloon, which is much larger than would be expected in a boat this size. The galley is forward starboard and features granite countertops. There's space for a comfortable reclining chair aft starboard. To port is the convertible L-shaped dinette, storage cabinet and entertainment center. Just forward and down is the day head -- complete with shower capability. A curtain enclosure allows the entire port side of the salon to be converted to a private suite (including private head) for guests.
The pilothouse is just two steps up from the salon and is not isolated as on many other pilothouse models. The L-shaped dinette allows three or four guests to enjoy the pilothouse while underway. The dinette converts to a single pilot berth. The helm station is to starboard, and features a sliding helm seat with a moveable bolster for leaning if desired. Forward visibility from the helm station is excellent, and because of the low pilothouse design it's possible to view the aft quarters directly from the helm seat also (unusual in a pilothouse model). Sliding pilothouse doors port and starboard allow easy access to the dock, the foredeck or to the flybridge.
Footwells with high bulwarks provide security when exiting the pilothouse, and the wide, full-size steps to the flybridge make access safe and easy. There are no vertical ladders on this boat!
The master cabin has a queen bed, hanging lockers port and starboard, six storage drawers, two storage cabinets, and separate head and shower compartments.
The flybridge has a pedestal helm seat and L-shaped settee. As with the entire exterior of the boat, the design of the flybridge is uncluttered and obviously intended to be simple to maintain and easy to clean.
Cabin heat is provided by a Webasto diesel-fired forced air furnace. And for fresh air this boat has nine opening windows (including an opening windshield window), five opening stainless steel portlights, and two overhead hatches.
3 burner propane Stove
|VHF DSC radio|
Furuno NavNet vx2 navigational suite -- 10.4" chart plotter in pilothouse and 7" chart plotter at flybridge. Radar, fish finder. Simrad autopilot. Furuno DSC VHF.
Audiophile's stereo system -- Cambridge Audio integrated amplifier and Monitor speakers in saloon and pilothouse.
Flat screen TV and DVD player.
Electric Lofrans windlass (with remote control)
(Bruce-type stainless 20 kg)
60.96m (200'0") of chain
Achilles dinghy (2006)
9.9hp outboard, Honda four-cycle, Short shaft (2005)
Nick Jackson low-profile crane for loading dinghy on the bridgedeck.
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 electric)
Air horn. Ship's bell.