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1998 Nauticat 44
| 1998 Nauticat 44 (Hull #152) Motu
MOTU is entered by a sliding door on stb side of pilothouse (there is a similar door on the port side for occasional use). |
Large U-shaped settee on port side with dining-sized teak table allows plenty of room for crew, guests, and skipper to be in pilot house while cruising or in port.
Stb side of pilot house has the inside steering station, instrumentation, excellent visibility, lots of storage, hanging locker, and a large aft-sliding hatch.
The master cabin is aft with center-line queen berth, enclosed head and shower with tile floor, full-size hanging locker, good lighting, ventilation and storage cabinets.
Forward of the pilothouse and down three steps to port is a private cabin with single berth over double berth, hanging locker and plenty of storage.
Galley is opposite with approx. 7 ft. of counter space with under counter storage.
Cabinets and two banks of drawers allow plenty of room for food and cooking equipment.
Port side head has separate shower stall and tile floor.
V-berth is forward with a shelf/child's berth over the stb side of the V-berth.
This yacht has multi-system heating capabilities, including reversible heat pumps (air-conditioning).
The boat is currently in Wrangell, Alaska which allows for a sales tax-free transaction for the buyer.
Over the five years that we have had the boat, she has been excellently maintained including many upgrades.
MOTU is in turnkey cruising condition, fully prepped and stocked, and in fact, we will continue to cruise SE Alaska until she sells.
Take the wheel of this little ship and continue to cruise the spectacular Inside Passage of Alaska and British Columbia.
This vessel priced at approximately 55 to 58% of the new sail-away cost in the Pacific NW.
Call for full equipment, upgrade and supply list, pictures and other details.
Contact: Pete James.
Call: 406 431-7648 or 406 443-0016.
Location: Wrangell, Alaska.
Listed at: $395,000.
NAUTICAT 44 Hull #152 MOTU Equipment List
August 6, 2010
The following is an inventory of equipment that is included with the boat.
equipment and items that may or may not be aboard the boat are personal items that
would not be included in the purchase.
I believe this list is accurate and current but must
be verified by onboard inspection.
As this is an actively cruising vessel, items could be
subsequently upgraded or changed.
Yanmar 140 hp Turbocharged engine (2000 hours)
PYI Flexible coupling (2006)
1.5 “ shaft (2006)
PYI Dripless seal (2006)
Mid-shaft cutlass bearing (2006)
Propeller cutlass bearing (2006)
Engine mounts replaced (2006)
Max-prop, variable pitch/reversing
Balmar 100-amp alternator (2007)
True Charge 40 multi-step, multiple battery charger
Auto-combiner module (2006)
Rolls house batteries, 8 D x 3 (2008)
Start battery (2004)
Generator start battery (2009)
Racor double fuel filter system (2007)
Vacuum gauge filter monitor (2007)
Fuel tanks sump pump
Fuel x 2
Bow thruster: Sidepower 7-HP (rebuilt 2007)
Westerbeke 8 KW 3-cylinder diesel generator (296 hours)
Fuel/oil spare filters
Epoxy-barrier coated (2006)
Interlux Micron-Extra ablative bottom paint (2006/2008)
Dark-red surface over blue indicator coat
Two Electra-San MSD-IV processing systems
Forty-gallon holding tank with Y-valves
Separate shower stall in fwd head
Shurflo potable water pump (2008)
Hot water heater (engine heat/110V)
Two central heat/AC reversible heat pumps (shore power/generator power)
Espar central diesel heater (serviced 2009)
Engine heat pilot house heater (2008)
Propane 2-burner stove/oven
Propane shut-off electric solenoid (2005)
Two aluminum propane 10# tanks (adequate for 6 weeks)
Refrigerator (small) with freezer
CO alarms x 3, smoke alarm
Fire extinguishers x 3
Dual bilge pumps at dual levels (2007)
High differential bilge switch (2007)
Back-up bilge switch (2007)
Bilge primary pump cycle counter (2007)
Navigation (Pilot House)
Raymarine C80 chartplotter (2008) with Navionics West Coast chart chips (2008)
RL70C+ color radar with MARPA, 2Kw Radome (2004)
Auto-pilot control head and rudder indicator (2004)
ST-50 depth finder
ST-50 speed instrument
Eagle back-up depth finder (2004)
Suunto C-55 magnetic compass
Uniden Polaris VHF (2004)
Uniden cordless remote VHF head (2004)
Navigation (Aft Cockpit)
Raymarine ST-60 Graphic Data Head (2005)
ST-60 Apparent/Read wind instrument (2005)
ST-60 Electronic compass (2005)
Auto-pilot control head and rudder indicator (2005)
Main/mizzen Seldon in-mast roller furling/reefing
Genoa 120 roller furling/reefing head sail
Sails by North Sails
Running back stays
Primary winches: Harken 46.2 (2-speed, self tailing)
Secondary winches: Multiple
CQR Plow 100 # anchor
Chain 250 ft G-4
Danforth anchor with chain and nylon rode
Anchor winch: Lofrans Tigres (rebuilt 2006)
Fenders x 6
Dinghy davits: Kato Marine (2006)
OB engine crane: Kato Marine
Magna Grill barbeque (2004)
Transom boarding/swim platform
10’ 2” AquaDutch with high-pressure air deck (2005)
Tohatsu 18-HP 4-stroke OB electric start (2005)
Gel-cell battery (2008)
Dinghy wheels (2007)
Electric inflation pump (2005)
Winslow 6-person offshore life raft in Pelican case (2005)
Life Sling MOB device (2004)
Davis radar reflector (2004)
Lifejackets: Type II x 8, Type IV x 4 (2004)
406MHz EPIRB (2005)
Katadyne – 06 watermaker (2005)
Emergency flare kit
Comprehensive hand/power tool kit for service/maintenance
Library of manuals
Downrigger mounting bracket
Boathooks x 2
Crabtraps x 2
***PLEASE VISIT: WWW.NAUTICAT44FORSALE.NET to view many more pictures and details about this boat.
Buyer has option of Seller providing extensive on-board orientation and technical support
on the operation, servicing, maintenance and winterization of boat.