Actual Location: Scappoose, OR
Slip is transferable -- $130 per month1951 Grandy Monk built in Seattle in 1945 as an Admiral's Barge for the war and re-designed by Ed Monk into a Bridgedeck Cruiser in 1951.st Stoutly built, re-powered with Isuzu diesel engine in 82, she's barely 60 years young and rarin' to go cruising! Totally sound, sturdy and spacious. gorgeous Mahogany inside and many period touches such as the ceramic cabinet pulls in head. Full, separate upright shower. 3 full cabins, 2 berths but could sleep up to 6. Huge galley, more mahogany countertops and dinette - room to entertain and more.Diesel cookstove and heat - or adapted for small, wood burning element on stove for a cozy atmosphere. Additional cabin heaters run off engine. Many updates including wiring, plumbing and a updated refrigerator/freezer. 7 knots burns only 1.5 gph. Although this boat will please the most serious collector with its classic design and beautiful wood interior, this rugged vessel ready for serious cruising - a few cosmetic touches will have this barge in ship shape that would impress any admiral!Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Take a look at ALL ***117 PICTURES*** of this vessel on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE REPRESENTATION of every vessel we market. We are a full-service brokerage company, ready to assist you in purchasing any boat anywhere! Please allow us to be your eyes and ears on the ground and assist you with your next vessel purchase. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you! - Stock #20635 To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:http://www.popyachts.com/view/20635
Berth (2); Cabinets; Cabins (3); Carpet; Coffee Maker; Countertops; Curtains; Dinette; Flooring; Freezer; Fridge; Galley; Handbasin; Head; Heat; Hot Water System; Microwave; Nav Station; Oven; Pressurized Water System; Shower; Sink; Stove; Table; Vanity; Lazarette /garage
Cooling System (Keel Coolers); Engine Cylinders (6); Engine Location (Mid-ship); Fiberglass Stringers (Wood); Fuel Tank (2 75g); Fuel Tank Location (Mid-ship); Gearbox; Hand Rails; Starting Type (12v); Steering (Hydraulic)
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Autopilot; Cockpit Tables; Compass; Depth Instrument; Depth Sounder; Fish Finder; Navigation Lights; Radar; Speed Instrument; Spotlight; VHF; Windshield Wipers
110v AC Outlets; 12 V DC Outlets; ABYC Color Coded Wiring; AC Electric Panel; Accessory Switches; Alternator (2); Battery (6); Battery Charger; Battery Location (Mid-ship); Battery Switch; Circuit Breaker Panel; Docking Lights; Engine Kill Switch; Gauges; Horn; Inverter (Wired For One); Shore Power; Shore Power (110v. AC; Shore Power Cords; Transducer; Water Heater
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor; Boathook; Bolster Seat; Bow Pulpit; Camper Canvas W/screens; Canvas; Cockpit Carpet; Cockpit Lighting; Cockpit Seating; Cooler; Eisenglass; Extra Winter Canvas; Fenders; Mooring Lines; Non-skid Deck; Rub Rails; Spare Prop; Sprayhood; Thru-bolted SS Cleats; Transom Door; Windlass; Windshield; Bilge Pump (2); Bright Cockpit Lighting; Fire Extinguisher; First Aid Kit; Flare Kit; Grab Rail; Life Jackets; Throwable PFD; Tow Harness
Boat was hauled and bottom painted in October of 2012. All sides and decks were painted as well.
This is a classic boat filled with all the features compatible to its vintage - the mahogany in the interior has been very well maintained and all of the original built ins have been kept in tact. The updates have been mechanical - the classic features of this boat give its charm, character and desirableness.
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Beam: 10 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 150
Water tank capacity: 40
Holding tank capacity: 30