1971 Commercial Novi $20,000.00



Builder: Canadian

Year of manufacture: 1971
Document No. 328721 (not current)
Home Port Winter Harbor, Maine
Winter Harbor Marina
LOA 41 0"
BOA 13 6"
Depth 6 2"

Name: Acadian

41 foot Nova Scotia designed and built fishing vessel.

This is a traditionally designed vessel with a high bow, distinctive shear and relatively shallow draft.

The vessel is diesel powered with a dry exhaust and keel coolers.

Currently set up for the inshore scallop fishery with a steel mast and boom for handling the scallop drag.

Also good for lobster fishing.

Can be easily converted to a personal yacht.

Focsle is nicely furnished.

Forward is a double vee berth with single bunks above.

Aft of the berth on the port side is a drop leaf table.

The aft end of the double serves as a settee.

Aft of the table on the port side is a Sherman cast iron oil stove for heat.

It is fitted with a stainless steel exhaust stack through the cabin top.

Mounted to the aft side of the cabin bulkhead is a cylindrical stainless steel fuel tank for the stove.

On the center line, against the aft cabin bulkhead is a counter with a stainless steel sink and a two burner propane stove.

Against the starboard side of the bulkhead is a storage locker.

The hull sides have a varnished ceiling the entire length of the forward cabin.

The main companionway has a sliding hatch which can be closed.

Machinery:

Cummins VT-255 180 hp diesel with a Borg-Warner 73 series 2:1 reverse gear.

The main engine is located in the pilot house under an engine box.

The box has a removable top for daily oil and water checks.

Navigation and electronics:

VHF: Polaris MT3000
LORAN: II Morrow Tiger Shark
Depth Finder Marine Tek Model 8900
RADAR Furuno 24 mile w/radome
CB Radio Shack TRC 417
Recording Sounder SITEX-HONDA
Compass Richie Powerdamp

Has two Rule 2000 gph automatic bilge pumps located in the bilges.