Where will your dreams take you with this well equipped, well maintained, fuel efficient and spacious trawler?� Your local cruising area or perhaps the Great Loop or to the Bahamas?�
This two-cabin model with beautiful hand-crafted hardwood interior, loads of storage and a full-width aft owner's cabin complete with ensuite head, shower and bath tub, this is a very comfortable live aboard vessel, with a luxurious guest cabin with private head and shower forward.
This well built trawler is well suited to the long distance or live-aboard lifestyle and is ready for new owners to take her on new adventures. She must be seen.
With the majority of her history in the freshwater Great Lakes and Chesapeake, she has already completed four trips to the Bahamas and a substantial portion of the Great Loop.
The galley-up layout makes for a beautiful space with great all-round visibility and connectivity to every other space on the boat.� �
Reliable Volvo TAMD 40B engines consume only 3.4 gal/hour (total) at 7.5 knots
Major controls and electronics have been duplicated between the upper and lower helm stations, giving a thoughtful level of convenience and fault tolerance.
Well equipped and well maintained for comfortable living and cruising,�
The included 10'3" RHIB with outboard is hoisted with the electric crane into storage chocks on top of the sundeck.
Recent updates include:
Marked as King 40, the Kha Shing 40 was also marketed as the Spindrift 40 and Vista 40.
Currently registered in Canada, Pearl Two was formerly USCG documented.
Pearl Two was in the water and operational in 2021.� Currently in covered winter storage after professional winterization, she could be launched in May 2022 if desired.
Waste Holding Tank
Main battery bank consists of six 6-volt 220 Ah flooded golf cart batteries, arranged as 3 x 12 Volts giving a total capacity of 660 Ah.
A separate 12 Volt start battery with 845 CCA is provided for the Onan 8 kW genset.
Battery charging is via the engine alternators or the Xantrex TrueCharge 40 Amp charger with remote status panel at the lower helm station.� The charger can be powered either from shore power or the genset.
A large DC Control panel includes the vapour proof battery switches, voltage and current meters and a comprehensive set of breakers for DC branch circuit protection and control.
The AC portion of the panel allows safe selection of either shore power or AC power from the Onan generator, controls for the genset, voltage and current meters and a comprehensive set of breakers for branch circuit protection and control.
AC shore power enters the boat through a pair of 30 Amp receptacles on deck.
The machinery compartment contains the two reliable and fuel efficient Volvo TAMD 40 B turbo-charged engines developing 165 hp each,. Seawater fed aftercoolers improve the volumetric efficiency of these workhorse engines.�
Transmissions are reported as having 2.73:1 reverse gear reduction.
Vetus water lift mufflers have been installed for quiet running under power.
Twin stainless steel shafts, supported by external vee-brackets drive 24x20 bronze propellers which were re-conditioned several years ago. Multiple zinc anodes are installed on the shafts.
Hydraulic steering actuates the twin rudders.
Maintenance access is good, and these engines have reportedly been well serviced.
A large set of equipment manuals is onboard.�
For routine maintenance, a portable oil change pump is onboard.� The current supply of spares and lubricants is included, pending any required consumption in preparation for launch.�
The Onan 8 kW genset is located forward of the engines, shrouded in a noise reduction enclosure.
Twin Racor fuel filters feed the engines, and two blowers ventilate the compartment.
Plumbing and wiring is neat, well organized and clearly labelled.�
Passing back through the main cabin and through a sliding pocket door, we step into the private forward stateroom, finished with quality hardwood furniture throughout.
A double bed is offset to port, with custom tailored bedsheets included.
To starboard we have a settee for dressing or relaxing.
The private head on port encloses the shower and electric toilet, while a separate sink on starboard offers washup capability.�
Storage lockers and drawers abound.
Stepping down from the main cabin into the enormous full-width owner's statreoom we have a centre line Queen-sized bed, with generous walkways on either side, with an elegant abundance of tropical hardwood cabinetry all round.
Storage cabinets are abundant, and a proper hanging locker secures your finer suits, dresses and jackets.
The lovely hardwood interior makes for a beautiful cabin..
Large screened aft portlights provide ventilation and light, in addition to fixed portlights on the sides.
To starboard we have the owner's ensuite head area, complete with sink, electric toilet, shower and a compact bath tub which makes for happy bath time for families with children or grandchildren.
To port we have a further large grouping of beautiful hardwood storage lockers and drawers.
Entry to the salon is�through either of the sliding doors on both port and starboard, or from the sundeck aft.
Thanks to the galley-up layout, the main cabin and galley area is full of light and large windows,� with direct connection to the rest of the boat.
Mini blinds on the sides and a privacy window cover forward provide privacy and shade as suits your desires.� The forward screened hatch opens for ventilation.
The settee converts into an extra single bed.
The lower helm station has full engine controls and instruments, an electronics suite that duplicates the upper helm station with an additional compass, updated Simrad chart plotter, depth sounder, VHF radio, 3rd GPS unit and main electrical panels.
On starboard, a three-burner electric stove with oven provides great cooking, with a cover over the burners for additional countertop space when not in use. There is a separate enclosed microwave oven.
The good-sized upright refrigerator operates on dual AC/DC voltage and has a substantial freezer compartment.�
The double sink is large and deep, with a view out the large side windows.�
Gorgeous hardwood cabinetry provides plenty of stowage space.
The sound system includes switched sets of speakers for the salon, flybridge and aft cabin.
Going forward to the expansive foredeck we have the ground tackle - Delta anchor, 200' chain and windlass. Foot switches activate the windlass, as well as a control on the flybridge.
The well-flared bows keep this space dry in larger waves.
Fenders can be stowed in hangars on the rail, and the boat has 6 large new fenders plus more.
Heading up to the flybridge we find the upper helm station with compass, engine controls and instruments.
The electronics suite includes radar, updated Simrad chart plotter and depth sounder, VHF radio, windlass controls, etc.
The 2021 new custom canvas enclosure makes this helm position comfortable in all conditions.
Boarding is through side gates on both port and starboard.
A few steps up lead us to the roomy sundeck well protected from the elements with a factory hardtop and custom new (2021) side curtains.
The view of the surroundings is open and lovely, and with a table, four deck chairs and additional bench seating and storage with two dock boxes we have ideal the space for dining, quiet relaxing or entertaining a larger group.
You can cook on the propane BBQ and serve cold beverages from the� dual AC/DC bar fridge.
From the sundeck we pass through the transom door and down the solid ladder to the large teak swim platform, which provides easy access to tenders and to the water with a fold-down swim ladder.
A hot/cold freshwater shower is on the swim platform for that rinse-off after swimming.
The top of the sundeck roof includes the Atkins/Hoyle electric davit crane for deploying and retrieving the included tender, which stows neatly in custom chocks. Davit capacity is reported as 300 lbs.
There is space on top of the sun deck to add solar panels if you wish.
Displacement mode trawler with flybridge and covered sundeck.�
A deep vee hull form forward with keel forward provides stability, tracking and grounding protection, with flat sections aft.
The hull and deck made of moulded fibreglass-reinforced plastic, with non-skid patterns moulded in.
The original factory gelcoat on the hull topsides has been meticulously maintained including professional wax application and sports a gloss that is remarkable for her age. Some scuffing of the cove stripe could be readily remediated.
The decks are teak-free and low-maintenance.�
Well flared bows keep the deck dry in waves.� �
Handholds abound and solid upper railings with lower vinyl covered lifelines keep crew members securely onboard.