EAGLE 40 Pilothouse Trawler 'IONA'
|Model:||EAGLE 40 Pilothouse Trawler|
|Weight Gross Tons:||18.0|
Transpac Eagle 40 trawlers are highly regarded for their fit and finish with a full varnished Burmese Teak interior with varnished teak and holly soles throughout.
Six opening ports, three large hatches and numerous fixed and sliding windows (all opening ports and hatches and sliding windows have screens) provide generous natural light and ventilation. Both MarineAir AC and Webasto diesel heating system ensure year-round comfort. Headroom is 6′ 4″ in the salon, 6′ 8″ in the pilothouse and 6′ 6″ in the stateroom.
Starting forward is the owner’s stateroom featuring a true island queen berth of 6′-8″ length by 60″ width. The foot of the berth and mattress is hinged to access storage beneath and forward, also below the berth are two large “cargo” drawers and a locker. Additional storage is to be found in a large locker with shelves and smaller locker to starboard and a bureau with several drawers and a hanging locker to port.
The head compartment is aft and to starboard with athwartships running vanity with stainless sink, H&C pressure water, generous storage and electric W.C. plumbed via Y valve to the holding tank. Opposite to port is the separate stall shower compartment with teak seat.
Up four steps to the pilothouse featuring helm station with all navionics and vessel controls to starboard and 6’4″ bench seat and pedestal table aft and to port. There are wing doors to the side decks. Forward and to port is a large navigation area for charts and flip top type access to chart storage. Aft and to starboard is a bureau with locker and drawer.
Down three steps to the salon and galley; immediately to port is the u-shaped galley, deep double sink with pressure H&C water and manual fresh. Below is storage in a large locker and four large drawers. Additional storage is found along the forward bulkhead in dish racks and drawers. The three-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven is outboard. Opposite to starboard is a pantry cupboard with several shelves and the Norcold dual voltage refrigerator freezer.
The salon is fitted with a double pedestal, high/low table served by a large (6′-2″) L-shaped settee with storage under. The table can be lowered to berth height when desired. An additional locker is outboard and forward. Opposite to starboard is a 6′-4″ straight settee with storage under. Settees serve well for guests.
- Ultra-suede upholstery in salon and pilothouse bench seat
- Xintex propane solenoid and propane detector with alarm
- Weems & Plath brass ships clock & barometer
- Courtesy lights
All electronics (except flying bridge electronics) are located at the helm station starboard side of the pilothouse.
- Raytheon RL70 48 mile radar/plotter
- Raymarine 8″ Hybrid touch color plotter
- Raymarine ST60 tridata Speed/Depth/Water Temp.
- Raytheon ST5000 Autopilot
- Standard Horizon VHF with DSC
- Ritchie 5″ binnacle mount compass
- Wesmar 5 hp bow thruster
- 3 Windshield wipers
- Remote windlass controls
- Raytheon RL70 plotter/radar
- Standard Eclipse VHF
- Azimuth digital compass
- Bow thruster controls
Wired for 12 volt DC and 120 Volt AC service. A Northern Lights 6kw generator is capable of handling heavier loads while a Xantrex 2000 watt inverter easily handles lighter loads when off the dock. She also features solar panels with a Hamilton Ferris voltage regulator.
12 Volt DC:
- Distribution panel with breakers
- Volt & Amp meters
- 2 8D house/inverter batteries
- 1 Group 27 generator start battery
- 65 amp alternator
- 280 watt Kyocera solar panels wired to a Hamilton Ferris 3 stage voltage regulator and Echo smart charger for generator battery
120 Volt AC:
- Distribution panel with breakers
- Volt & Amp meters
- 30 amp shore power inlet starboard side
- 50′ & 25′ 30 amp shore power cord and 30 to 50 amp adapter
- True Charge 40 amp battery charger
- Slimline water heater 2009 (also engine supplied)
- Xantrex 2000 watt inverter
This Transpac Eagle 40 trawler has the preferred Cummins 220 HP diesel turning a 4 bladed 26 X 19″ 4 bladed left-handed bronze propeller on a 2″ stainless steel shaft through a ZF 2.5:1 reduction gear.
The owner reports fuel consumption of 2 GPH running at 14-1500 producing a cruise speed of 7.4 kt and a speed of 9.5 kt at 18-1900.
- Engine room lights
- Morse engine controls
- Dual Racor fuel filters with vacuum gauge
- Dripless shaft seal
- Two electric bilge pumps
- 1 manual bilge pump
- Hynautic single ram manual hydraulic steering
- Macerator pump
- Pressure pump, accumulator and 10 gallon Isotherm hot water heater
- Electric head rebuilt
- All new waste hoses
- Webasto 13,000 BTU diesel cabin heater
- Manual oil pump to pump out engine and transmission
- MarineAir AC 18,000 BTU (2020)
Hull & Deck
Solid fiberglass hull with dark green gel-coat finish in good condition and white boot stripe. Teak rub and cap rails with stainless steel half round, stainless steel safety rails. The teak cap rail and other limited teak trim (brow, doors and aft door frame) are finished with Cetol.
The deck and house are partially cored fiberglass with a teak deck overlay on the aft, fore, and side decks.
Wide side decks with high bulwarks and rails with side doors lead forward from the aft cockpit, transom door. Lazarette below cockpit deck, a short stainless ladder, 5 steps, provides access to the upper deck and flying bridge fitted with bench seat, vessel controls and adequate electronics for good weather day running. There is also a small teak table with cover and portable chairs for outside dining in pleasant weather.
- Lofrans vertical drum windlass chain and rope drums with
- Wash down connection (either salt or fresh-water service)
- 44 lb Bruce type anchor with 210′ of chain and 90′ rode
- Fortress FX-37 spare anchor
- Deck storage boxes fore and aft
- 38″ high bulwarks and stainless safety rails with side doors in way of pilothouse P&S
- Aluminum mast hinged for lower bridges
- Bimini 3/4 length for flying bridge and upper deck
- H&C Cockpit shower
- Electric dinghy lift
- Teak swim platform and removable ladder
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.