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1989 Marine Trader 47 Cockpit MY

Kenosha, Wisconsin

$129,995

1989 Marine Trader 47 Cockpit MY w/twin-Lehman 275 hp (2880hrs) located in Kenosha, WI/Lake Michigan. Always moored in FRESH WATER other than loop trips of which there were two.  Recent motor service completed (turbos, coolers, valve adjustments). Tech gives the motors a thumbs-up/good to go! Two stateroom/two head & cockpit layout. Vessel in the water till late Oct. 
Step aboard "Fahrfromwurken" and enjoy the beautiful woodwork/joinery throughout. This 47 cockpit motor yacht is light, airy and inviting. Anyone could see themselves heading for new and exciting horizons in this 47 Marine Trader. The vessel shows very clean and is ready immediately for a new owner. 
IMPORTANT NOTE: The bridge clearance is 18' crane removed, 18'9" crane in place. (top removed)
Seller has provided a long list of upgrades/improvements. Please see detailed description.
Call/email/text today for more information. 

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Fahrfromwurken
Make: Marine Trader
Model: 47 Cockpit MY
Year: 1989
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: ETY47032B989
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 47 ft
Length Overall: 46'6 ft
Beam: 14'11 ft
Max Draft: 3'6 ft
Dry Weight: 30,500 lb
Deadrise: 15 °

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Lehman
  • Model: SP275 Turbo Intercooled
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 275hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1989
  • Engine Hours: 2880
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Lehman
  • Model: SP275 Turbo Intercooled
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 275hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1989
  • Engine Hours: 2880
Total Engine Power: 550hp

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 4
Fuel Tank Capacity: 475 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 300 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 53 gal

Other

Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Trawlers, Motor Yachts

Contact

Mike Montilino
CenterPointe Yacht Sales

Office

CenterPointe Yacht Sales
700 S. Water Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US, 53204
Tel:(612) 419-3772. Call/Text
Disclaimer
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.


Detailed Description of Equipment and Upgrades
GENERAL INFORMATION
YEAR/ MAKE/MODEL: 1989 Marine Trader 47 COCKPIT MY
NAME OF VESSEL: FAHRFROMWURKEN
TYPE: Power
DESIGN / STYLE: Yacht / Hardtop
HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: ETY47032B989
USCG DOCUMENTATION no: 952131
LOA: 46' 6"
BEAM: 14' 11"
DRAFT: 3' 6"
DISPLACEMENT: 30,500 pounds
DESIGNER / BUILDER: Manne Trading International/ Lien Hwa Inc.
LOCATION OF BUILDER: Taiwan
HULL COLOR & GRAPHICS: White with blue boot stripe
AIR DRAFT*: 18?0? with crane top removed, 18?-9? with crane top in place
*Note: Measured with aft fuel tanks 2/3 full, water tank 1/3 full, forward fuel tanks 1/4 full, holding tank 1/4 full.
HULL
HULL DESIGN: Modified vee hull, with fifteen degrees of deadrise.
HULL MATERIAL fiberglass reinforced (FRP) with gelcoat exterior surface
BOTTOM PAINT: Anti-foul coating (blue).
DECKING: Fiberglass plastic with gelcoat surface, teak sundeck, and fish cockpit rail
NONSKID/ TEXTURED SURFACE: Textured (embossed pattern) gelcoat surface weather decks
CONDITION OF HULL GELCOAT: Good
FRAMES / TIMBERS: Longitudinal fiberglass encapsulated wood.
SUPERSTRUCTURE: Fiberglass over wood

CONTROL STATIONS:
FIRST STATION: Flybridge has a 24" diameter steel wheel at center.
SECOND STATION: Lower station has a 24" diameter stainless steel wheel at starboard
STEERING TYPE: Hynautic hydraulic

DECK FITTINGS
BOW PULPIT: Bolt-on fiberglass bow pulpit
RADAR ARCH: Aft swept fiberglass ? hinged to allow lowering toward sundeck roof
BOW RAILING: 1-1/4? diameter stainless steel, 32" high
LIFELINES: Single stainless steel cable, vinyl sheathed under railing
GRAB RAILS: stainless steel, and wood
TOE RAILS: Fiberglas rails are molded in
DECK GEL-COAT: White
STERN RAILING: Teak covering boards atop fiberglass enclosure
WINDSHIELD Flat glazing in aluminum frame. Plexiglas spray shield at flybridge
MOORING CLEATS: 3-1/2" bitt at bow, (4) 15" at stern, (6) 10" at sides (stainless steel).

PROPULSION MACHINERY
LOCATION: Under salon
NUMBER & MAKE; (2) Lehman marine diesels SP275
FUEL TYPE: Diesel.
HORSEPOWER RATING. 275 hp each/ 550 hp total
HOURS PER METER: Port: 2866 / Starboard: 2882
TYPE OF DRIVE: Straight/direct
TRANSMISSIONS: PRM 100D2 Marine Transmissions (new 2018)
TYPE OF COOLING SYSTEM: Closed cooling system, with raw water heat exchanger
TYPE OF EXHAUST SYSTEM: Wet ? overboard discharge
CONTROLS: (2) dual Morse pull stalks at consoles.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT VENTILÄTION: (2) In line blowers (1 in, 1 out), convection thru scuppers
ENGINE MOUNT: Atop heavy-duty steel plate brackets on fiberglass engine beds
SHAFT TYPE; Stainless steel
PROPELLER - BLADES, MATERIAL, SIZE-. Three blade Nibral (24" X 25"), 1 set of spares
RUDDER: Bronze spade with stainless steel post
TRIM TABS. Bennett hydraulic trim with 48" X 12" steel tabs.
INSTRUMENTATION: Analog gauges including: Flybridge: rpm, Oil, volts, Lower: rpm, temp, oil, volts

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
AUXILIARY GENERATOR:
MAKE/MODEL; Kohler 8cc023, SN: 241340,
VOLTAGE CAPACITY: 8.0 KW,
HOURS ON METER: 1536
TYPE OF FUEL: Diesel from main tanks
TYPE OF COOLING: Closed cooling system with raw water heat exchanger
EXHAUST SYSTEM: Wet exhaust with overboard discharge
BATTERY / CHARGER: (1) 12-volt wet cell battery/ Xantrax Tucharge2 20-amp charger
MAIN BATTERIES/ CHARGER: (2) 12-volt wet cell (type D)/ Newmar HDM50 (50 amp)
BATTERY SWITCH: Rotary switch
TYPE OF WIRING: Marine grade multi-strand copper wiring with thermoplastic insulation
SHOREPOWER / INLET (2) 30-amp 125 volt fitted with weather caps
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: Factory service panel at cabin
GROUND FAULT PROTECTION: GFI outlets, ELCI BREAKER: BlueSea 3117 at shore power connect
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NAVIGATION & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
COMPASSES: Ritchie at flybridge, Aquameter at lower station
RADAR: Garmin GMR 24 xHD
GPS/ CHARTPLOTTERS: Garmin GPSMAP 4210 at flybridge/ Garmin GPS 6208 at lower station
DEPTHFINDERS: Standard Horizon at Iower station / Garmin depth reading at flybridge and lower station
AUTOPILOT: Raytheon RAYPILOT 650
VHF RADIOS: Standard Horizon GX2000 at flybridge / Uniden Solar DSC at lower station
HAILER: Standard Horizon
HORN: Trumpet style horn
ANTENNAS: (2) VHF, (1) GPS, (1) AIS) (1) GPS, (1) XM Radio (1) Seawatch TV antenna
TV / CABLE INLET: Located near lower station door
BACKUP CAMERA: Garmin camera connect to lower station chart plotter
MARINE WIFI: IslandTime Marine WIFI
AM/FM/XM RADIO RECIEVER / CD PLAYER: Kenwood KMR-D368BT at flybridge ? (6) speakers
AIS RECIEVER: Connected to flybridge and lower station chart plotters

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
PFD INFORMATION: Various types in stow
THROWABLE DEVICE (1) Type IV ring 24" diameter, (1) Lifesling
DE-WATERING SYSTEMS: (4) electric bilge pumps with automatic float switches
BELL: 6? chrome
VISUAL DISTRESS: Weems & Plath SOS #c-1001,
SEARCHLIGHT: Ray-Line 8? with electric remote control
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (4) BI
AUTOMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER: Fireboy 100CG (1301 halon) in engine compartment
SIGNAL LIGHT AT HELM STATION: None
CO DETECTOR: (1)
SMOKE ALARMS: (3)

GROUND TACKLE
ANCHOR TYPE & SIZE: Large plow White #25 stainless, Large ROCNA Vulcan 33, (2) fluke style
CHAIN/ RODE: Chain - 5/16? approx. 200? long with 100? rode, (2) short chain/rode combination
WINDLASS: Lofrens Tigres electric windlass at bow pulpit
CHAIN STOPPER/WINDLASS STRAIN RELIEF: Chain hook/ Anchor bridle
STOWAGE: Primary anchor chain/rode - Self-storing under pulpit
DOCK / OTHER LINES: Various dock lines

FUEL SYSTEM TANKAGE
FUEL TANKS: (4) ? two saddle tanks outboard of engines, two below cockpit deck (new 2015)
CAPACITY: 475 gallons
TYPE OF FUEL: Diesel.

WATER / WASTE SYSTEM:
FRESH WATER CAPACITY: 300 gallons
PRESSURED / MANUAL PUMP: Electric pressured freshwater system
HOLDING WASTE CAPACITY: 53 gallons
HOLDING TANKS MONITORS: (2) One SCAD solo-external, one Dometic- internal
WASHER/DRYER: Splendide 210 XC washer/dryer with external vent

GALLEY
STOVE TYPE: Princess 3 burner electric with oven
MICROWAVE: GE
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: Norcold upright refrigerator/freezer DE0061 (new 2018)
SINK: Hot/cold pressurized fresh water with water filter
COUNTERTOP: Laminate
FLOORING: Hardwood parquet
HOTWATER: Raritan R-12 (12 gallon, electrically heated or heated by starboard engine)
LIGHTING: Overhead DC LED / AC can lighting

HEADS
NUMBER & LOCATION: (2) stand up heads with privacy doors
FORWARD HEAD: Hot/cold pressured water with elect flush toilet and a shower wand to the faucet.
AFT HEAD: Hot/cold pressured water, resin basin, elect flush toilet, shower stall with glass door

SALON / CABIN:
CABIN ACCESS: Hinged door at aft and sliding wood door at starboard side
AMENITIES: 3-piece settee (w/ below seat storage), ottoman (w/ below seat storage), recliner/footrest
COLOR / DECOR: Teak
TELEVISION SYSTEM: Samsung UN28H4500AF flatscreen with Sony DVD player
HEAT AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM: (1) Marine Air (new 2018) (1) Eastern Marine AC
TEMPERATURE CONTROLS: Digital and dial control
HEADLINER / HEADROOM: Vinyl 6' 5" headroom.
STORAGE: Storage throughout ? drawers, cabinets, hanging lockers
LIGHTING: Overhead LED lighting, can lights and table lamp
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Clocks and barometer

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STATEROOM / ACCOMODATIONS
FORWARD: Sleeps 2, privacy door, hanging locking, cabinets, private head
MASTER: Sleeps 2 on King berth, privacy door, two hanging lockers, dressers, night tables, make-up table with mirror, private head
ADDITIONAL: Salon settee can sleep one. Dinette can sleep two children or one adult

DINING FACILITIES
DINETTE: Adjacent to the galley, can seat 4-6 on facing seats. Table is white laminate with wood trim

DECK, COCKPIT, BRIDGE DETAILS
FOREDECK: Cambered fiberglass with gelcoat finish with handrails
SUNDECK: Teak floor, wet bar, teak handrail, (4) chairs, table, hardtop with Strataglass enclosure
COCKPIT: Aft cockpit with storage below. There is pressured water and anchor washdown connection.
SWIM PLATFORM: Fiberglass bolt-on swim platform
RE-BOARDING LADDER: Stainless steel with teak steps
TRANSOM DOOR: Full fiberglass door
FLYBRIDGE / UPPER STRUCTURE: Helm at centerline with vinyl swivel helm chair and two L-shaped bench seats with Sunbrella cushions. There is a stainless steel grabrails with Plexiglas spray shield forward. The flybridge has a full Sunbrella and Strataglass enclosure.


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
CABIN SOLE: Hardwood parquet Currently has area rug.
CANVAS COVERS: Weather covers, windshield privacy, flybridge enclosure with Strata glass, sundeck enclosure with strata glass
WIPERS: (3) electric
CABIN WINDOW COVERINGS: Light blue mini blinds in salon, curtains in aft stateroom
CRANE: Nick Jackson model 500 dinghy crane
DINGHY: Highfield C310 with 6hp Tohatsu MFS6C outboard
VACUUM: Rocket vacuum
LOWER HELM CHAIR: Folding ? stored in forward hanging locker
GRILL: Magma Chefs Mate mounted on cockpit rail
ICE MAKER: Portable located on sundeck wet bar
SAFE: combination safe located under forward cabin berth
OTHER EQUIPMENT: Stainless dinghy hooks on swim platform, hoses, shore power cords, intercom
system, (8) fenders, (2) boat hooks, lines, flag on wood mast, electric space heater, fans, (1) set spare propellers, anchor washdown system connections at bow and stern, spare filters, engine belts, impellers. 
Disclaimer
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.
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