29’Glacier Craft: M/V Nonnie Noozer $175,000

This is your opportunity to own a vessel that is in excellent condition! Always well maintained and stored inside when not in the water. Check out the details and pictures below. You can also see the entire build process and detailed vessel description here: http://ashbreezboatworks.com/bare-hull-completions/

 

 

“Nonnie Noozer” surveyed in December 2015 for $245,000; Replacement cost for a vessel of this caliber is $385,000! Don’t delay! Contact Ivan at icram56@gmail.com

 

Specifications:

 

Vessel:  29.5’ x 9’3” 2011 Glacier Craft monohull/fitted and finished by Ashbreez Boatworks, LLC

 

Motors & Related:

- Twin Suzuki 175 EFI Very Low Emission 4-stroke’s with 704 hours. Suzuki

electronic engine controls with GPS inputs, speed, trip computers, fuel monitors and electronic engine data package.

- One Suzuki 6 HP 4-stroke kicker

-Lenco hydro-electric tilt and trim

Steering & Controls

Steering System: Single hydraulic ram controlled by a helm driven pump at the steering station and the autopilot has a 12-volt powered hydraulic assisted pump.

Tankage:

Fuel Tanks: Two, 135- gallon gasoline aluminum tanks.

 

Heater/Stove Tank: One, 10-gallon Diesel, aluminum

 

Fresh Water Tanks: One, 35-gallon, plastic

 

Waste Tanks: One, plastic, integral with the marine toilet, Type III Marine Sanitation Device

Electrical:

Batteries: Starting & House batteries, 2 Group 27 AGM in two, 12-volt banks; 1 Group 27 AGM supplies pilothouse current.

 

                  Shore Power: 30 amp shore power inlet

 

Charger: Pro-Marine Pro-Tech 1240i Plus

Lighting:

  • All required LED navigation lights
  • 12-volt LED fore and aft deck lights
  • 12-volt LED lights throughout the cabin interior

Deck:

  • Lewmar Claw 10kg galvanized plow anchor with ¼” galvanized chain and 5/8” braided nylon rode.
  • 1, sea water 12-volt deck washdown pump
  • 2, 12-volt macerator discharge pumps for the fish holds
  • Mounts for 2 Scotty 12-volt trolling downriggers

 

Bilge Pumps: 2, Rule submersible in the lazarette and tank space

 

Pilothouse Windshield Wipers: 3 AFI pantographic wiper arms and motors

 

Pilothouse Interior:

            General

  • 2, Hella Turbo two-stage window defrost fans
  • Mariner hydraulic dampened helm seat
  • Dinette convertible to berth w/ storage underneath
  • Forward bench seat with storage underneath

 

Heating

  • Espar Diesel thermostat controlled cabin furnace and blower

 

Compass

-    Ritchie 3” magnetic

 

Galley

  • Stainless sink with 12-volt water pump and pressure switch
  • Wallas Diesel-fired cooktop/radiant heater

 

Electronics

            Raymarine:

  • Multi-function DGPS receiver, radar,video chart plotter with navigation software and video depth sounder, with a second display screen for depth sounder.
  • Digital autopilot
  • DSC/VHF RAY- 55

Manetron DSM-250 display for NMEA 2000 instrument and navigation inputs

 

NMEA trunk linking engines, engine controls, navigation electronics, and tank level sensors data sharing

 

Entertainment:

  • Pioneer WMA/MP3 marine stereo

Safety

      EPIRB: ACR Category I 406mHz with hydrostatic release

      Life Raft: Revere manually deployed 4-person Coastal pack, Elite model with 3-year service intervals.

        

Trailer:  Tuff Triple-Axle , 9,000 lb. capacity, model TTA9000T with surge disc brakes

 

Contact Information

Ivan Ramirez

E-mail: icram56@gmail.com

 

 

We have owned several Devlin boats over the last 20 years, 6 to be exact. We began with the Dipper 17, which we actually owned two times. It is now in Haines, last we heard. We also owned two Surf Scoter 22’s , an outboard version and an inboard/outboard diesel, and they now run out of Seldovia ("Skookum") and Seward ("Skookum II"), respectively. The converted Devlin fishing troller is now in Ketchikan and our current cruising boat is a 32’ Black Crown (“Mallard”), which we have had for a year and homeport in Seward. And that doesn’t even include the Devlin-designed Honker (Honker 20), that Joel built and is now under new ownership.

 

So, I think you can see that we are believers in Devlin designs and their use in Alaskan waters, from Southeast Alaska to Southcentral Alaska and points in between.  They make fine Alaskan boats with a traditional Northwest design style. They are well-built, sturdy vessels and perform well in our waters.

 

Below, you will find a Surf Scoter 26, “Zelda Belle”, built by Legendary Yachts under Sam’s supervision. It graced the cover of Passagemaker in  June, 2007  when it was the subject of a feature article. Sam is now brokering this boat. We both figured that she needed some Alaskan exposure, given how well these boats are so well-suited for Alaska. To get the full details on this boat, contact Sam directly at sam@devlinboat.com or call 360-866-0164. He will be more than happy to discuss its fine qualities with you.

 

Surf Scoter 26

Uniquely Hand Crafted &

Built for Only One Purpose!

“Your Boating Pleasure”

2006 model, fresh paint, triple axle galvanized trailer, full boat cover canvas and many extra’s.   $119,500 complete!

Specifications

Length On Deck:      26’-7” 

Length Waterline:    24’-8”         

Maximum Beam:       8’-6”                         

Draft:                       1’-10”                      

  

Air Draft (height above waterline):   6’-4”(w/o radar mast); 9’-3" (with radar mast)

Overall Height (bottom of keel to top of  boat):  8’-1”(w/o radar mast)   10’-11"(with radar mast)

Overall Height on trailer:   8’-11”(w/o radar mast);  11’-9”, (with radar mast)l

 

Cabin Headroom in Pilothouse:   6’-4”

Cabin Headroom in Focsle:         4’-5”

 

Displacement: 5425 lbs.

Standard Power: Volvo D3- 160hp Diesel Sterndrive Duo-Prop

Maximum Speed: 23 knots 

Cruising Speed: 15-18 knots 

Fuel Consumption at Cruise:  3.2 gallons per hour

Range with Standard engine at cruise speed: 425 Nautical Miles

Standard Fuel Tankage: 90 gallons in (2) tanks

 

Freshwater Tankage: 34 gallons

Holding Tank Capacity: 25 Gallons

 

Hull Thickness Bottom: 1.2 inches

Hull Thickness at Sheer: .85 inches

Cabin Side Thickness: .75 inches

Deck Thickness: .85 inches

 

There are more pictures of Zelda Belle at www.devlinboat.com