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75 Roughwater MV - $19,500 (Blaine)

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boat type: trawler
propulsion type: power
condition: good
engine hours (total): 1520
length overall (LOA): 35
make / manufacturer: Roughwater
model name / number: 35 Sedan
year manufactured: 1975
1975 Roughwater Sedan MV, 2 owners in its life. Sedan style has an aft cabin. Kept on lake washington in a boat house for the first 43 years. Ed Monk design, extremely sea worthy and reliable. Chosen by Alaska Fish and Game back in the day as their patrol boats. Great boat for exploring the islands or further. Selling due to a house build. Low engine hours on the original Perkins 6.354 six cylinder engine (1520 HRS). Fiberglass hull, mahogany superstructure. No rot! In Semiahmoo marina slip which is available for rent, gives you very easy access to the San Juan’s and Gulf Islands. Owners of slips can live aboard and there are some slips for sale.

Upgrades I have done are:
- Raymarine axiom (dual screen) nav station with radar
- Standard Horizon radio
- new transducer
- instrument cluster
- rebuild of heat exchanger this season
- rebuild of injectors this season and cylinders inspected with bore scope
- electric panel and quite a bit of rewiring
- Promarine battery charger
- 2 AGM batteries
- complete maintenance records in log
- Wallas ceramic cook surface also serves as clean odorless heat for main cabin
- I have a Wallas heater for the aft cabin that I have not installed yet
- Jabsco manual flush head

Work done last fall/this spring:
- new zincs last summer
- bottom cleaned this spring (bottom painted 2 1/2 years ago)
- rear deck teak re-caulked, forward deck is a mat over plywood, good shape.
- upper wheel house/saloon painted/touch upped every year (done this spring). Complete full paint job 4 years ago.
- all filters changed this spring (oil, fuel)
- impeller changed this spring
- Injectors cleaned, bench tested and one replaced this spring
- cylinders inspected with bore scope this spring (looked good)
- heat exchanger cleaned and rebuilt (new zinc inserted) this spring

Other items
- Livingston dinghy with oars
- 3 anchors (2 fluke, 1 CQR/plow type)
- life jackets
- lots of dock lines
- lots of fenders
- boat hooks

post id: 7757979885

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