Description of: 2003 Camano 31 Troll Trawler|
Location: SARNIA, ONTARIO
2003 Camano 31 Troll Trawler with single Inboard Diesel Power...
Fresh Water Vessel
Heated Winter Storage Since New
Designed by Vancouver naval architect Bob Warman, the style of the Camano 31, with its high nearly plumb bow, radiused transom and prominent deck saloon is certainly influenced by Pacific Northwest workboats. Not so apparent are some of the innovative design features Warman incorporated. Below the waterline there is a broad, deep keel and double chine forward that, without going into a bunch of techno-talk, improve the efficiency and operational characteristics of the design.
With no exterior wood trim and black vinyl rails at the deck edge and rub strake, Camano gives the appearance of being a stoutly built little workboat and although she is not a workboat, I would have to agree that she is stoutly built.
Outdoor entertaining and relaxation aboard the Camano is done on the flybridge which is as large and comfortable as you are likely to find on any small boat. There is a center helm seat flanked by two pedestal seats forward on the bridge and more than 50 square feet of open space aft. The area easily accommodates six adults for cocktails.
The interior is designed with a cruising couple in mind. The main saloon, which features 360 degrees of visibility, has a dinette which converts to a double berth to port aft with chairs and a lower helm to starboard. The galley is down several steps to port with a head and shower opposite and there is a large comfortable V-berth forward.
Well engineered access to the engine and other machinery and systems is a huge plus .
Power is provided by a 200-hp Volvo diesel which will push the Camano to a top speed of a little over 15 knots and cruise at seven knots for nearly 800 miles at about eight and a half nautical miles per-gallon of fuel. A very large rudder and bow thruster aid handling in tight quarters.
Perfect vessel for a cruising couple
There is a comfortable forward stateroom with a roomy berth for two as well as ample storage. A large overhead hopening hatch with universal skyscreen provides light, shade and screened ventillation.
Moving aft,on the starboard side you will find the head, which features a vac-u flush marine toilet, sink and shower. There is also good storage here.
Going up three steps you enter the main cabin space. The galley is on the port side and the helm station is to starboard.
The galley features a three burner propane stove with oven, a good sized fridge/freezer, stainless steel sinks, a microwave oven and lots of storage spaces and countertop.
The Nav station is well equipped and nicely organized.
Proceeding aft into the main cabin you find an L shaped settee unit which also pulls out to create a double berth for your occasional guests.
There is a Marine Air, system to keep you cool in the summers and warm in the cooler weather. There is also a Wabesto diesel furnace on board. The main cabin has blinds throughout for your privacy and shade.
Moving aft, through the main cabin door you enter the aft cockpit area which has a complete enclosure with screens and windows. This is a perfect spot to watch the sunset and rinse off under the cockpit shower. There are also two deck chairs.
Aft, through the transom door there is a fiberglass swim platform with a swim ladder
Climb the stairs and you find a spacious fly bridge where there are full helm controls
There is plenty of light and ventillation throughout.
Stove - Force 10 - 3 burner propane stove with oven and custome cutting board
Fridge - Nova Cool , built in Fridge / freezer. 110 Volt and 12 Volt - auto switching
There is plenty of storage and counter space in this well lit and airy galley
Prestige - AM / FM / MPX Radio plus Cassette
Audiovox - 10 CD changer with remote
Toilet - Vacuflush Sanitation System with mascerator
|Propulsion & Mechanical
Model - TAMD41P-A ,Turbo - rated at 200 HP with only 615 hours
Perko - raw water strainer
Groco Safety Flush - assists in winterizing , spring commissioning and allows the engine to act as an emergency bilge pump
12 V Oil Change Pump
12 Volt charging
One - 100 amp alternator for the house battery bank
One - 35 amp alternator for the staring battery
Direct Drive with a Stainless steel shaft and a bronze prop
12 Volt electric Bow Thruster
Bennett Trim Tabs
Port and starboard , Stainless Steel - 50 US gal each. Total 100 gal
Three 12 Volt pumps throughout the vessel
12 volt pump with fitting at the bow
Webasto 12,000 btu
Reverse Cycle Heat and Air
Single 20 lb tank in locker in aft cockpit
Propane Gas Detector
Electronics & Navigation
Autopilot - Simrad AP-22 with handheld remote for the flybridge
Furuno Navnet colour radar / chart plotter / depth sounder / GPS with a satelite readout on the flybridge.
Upgraded Standard Horizon VHF Radio with RAM mike for the flybridge
Compass at both lower and upper helms
Shore power is supplied to a 30 amp recepticle and distributed throughout the vessel.
Inverter / battery charger combination
Heart 2000 watt inverter Heart 100 amp battery charger
!2 V System
Factory upgrades include: - DC system upgrade - AGM battery upgrade
Lockout system for engine start
Perko Battery selector switch
She is wired for downriggers & computer navigation
Extra 12 V recepticles
House battery bank consists of 4 X 12 volt - Magna Charge AGM batteries
Starting battery is also a Magna Charge 12 Volt
These are 9 years old and still functioning well, thanks to TLC and good maintenance
Pressure Hot and Cold throughout the vessel
Hot water tank - Force 10 - electric and engine heat exchanger
Aft cockpit shower
Two X 30 US Gal plastic . One on both port and starboard
Holding Tank - 10 gal Plastic
Anchor - 15 kg Bruce
100 ft chain plus 150 ' nylon rode.
Windlass - Maxwell Freedom 800 - electric
Several life jackets
2 fire extinguishers
The canvas is hunter green and includes the aft cockpit enclosure, fly bridge cover and windshield cover
There are two - downrigger brackets, one downrigger and one salmon fishing rod + lures
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(All equipment listed above is believed to be on the vessel
and may or may not be in working order. Boatcan makes no warranty whatsoever regarding
the existence of equipment or its condition.)