Chautara is a true working lobster boat from the east coast that was brought to the PNW by her current owners in 2010. They have done extensive repairs with the folks at Haven Boatworks in Port Townsend WA, but have yet to install an interior. The engine is a wonderful John Deere that runs wonderfully and has many, many years ahead of her. She is being offered for sale to her next owners for finishing the project however they may choose. More extensive pictures and details will follow in early April.
|Name of vessel||Chautara|
|Model||Custom Ralph Stanley 36' Lobster Boat|
|Location||Kingston, Bainbridge Island|
|Engine model||John Deere 6068TFM|
|Fuel tank capacity (gallons)||200|
|Water tank capacity (gallons)|
|Holding tank capacity (gallons)|
Chautara is a traditional style boat that was built for lobster fishing in Southwest Harbor Maine in 1967. She was fished for many years before being retired and brought to the west coast.
Her hull is planked with 1 1/8 inch cedar over white oak frames (4 1/2in x 1 1/4in) on 8 inch centers. Her fasteners are silicon bronze. Her stem, keel and floor timbers are white oak. Her decks are Khaya marine plywood sheathed in fiberglass
1) DYNO 12 VOLT ENGINE STARTING BATTERY
(2) DYN0 6 VOLT HOUSE BATTERIES (2018)
XANTRAX TRUE CHARGE 20 AMP CHARGER
ALL SAFE GALVANIC ISOLATOR
120 AC SHORE POWER
25 LB PLOW ANCHOR
25 FT 3/8 CHAIN
200 FT 3/4 NYLON RODE
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.