67ft Ketch Pilothouse Motorsailer 2003 Custom Detail Classifieds

67ft Ketch, Pilothouse Motorsailer, 2003 Custom

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Year: 2003
Model: Pilothouse Ketch
Feet: 67ft
Phone: 6266926895
Zip Code: 92154
Condition: Used
Location: Ensenada

Mo’Chuisle is Gaelic, meaning “Pulse of My Heart”
Mo’Chuisle was launched in Vancouver, Canada, in June of 2003 and has spent her life between Alaska and the Sea of Cortez.
Mo’Chuisle was originally a 63ft vessel, with the stern extension - fishing platform added in 2014, she is now 67ft LOA. She is a fine sea going vessel. She was designed for world travel and being self sufficient at sea for months at a time. She was also designed to function economically. She has a draft of 5ft with the centerboard up and approximately 10ft with it down.
Her layout was designed through an accumulation of knowledge of a person having over 40 years experience living aboard, working and traveling on the sea. A lot of her features are not available on production model boats. Use of proven systems and quality parts have made her up-keep and maintenance, as easy and inexpensive as possible. Her interior design favors comfort and open living space, trending away from traditional chopped up, cramped, dark living areas many sailboats tend to have. Large skylights in the deck have made the interior bright and well lit naturally during the day.
It is always a challenge to find a boat that has the necessary amenities and comfort to attract a woman. There has never been a woman aboard Mo’Chuisle that hasn’t commented positively about the natural light and open space. The bath tub always gets a “Wow”.
Mo’Chuisle is a comfortable boat for travel, as well as a great live aboard, either anchored or at the dock. The systems are designed around economics. Mo’Chuisle can stay at anchor, use all the amenities, including laundry for around $120 USD a month in diesel fuel.
She has two main cabins, one at each end of the vessel. There is a midship cabin with two bunks should they be needed. In essence she was not designed to cram the people aboard. Although there are places for 11 people to sleep should that ever be needed. It has been our experience that the majority of the time we are just two sometimes four persons aboard. This would suit a couple who wanted a hired captain and stewardess to care for their vessel.
Trending away from traditional trunk-cabins, Mo’Chuisle has a flush deck to the rails. This gives one a huge amount of space below, at eye level, adding to the openness of the living area. Also provides enormous usable area on deck.
She could easily be used for charter.
With more than $850,000.00 USD invested, Mo’Chuisle is being offered for sale for the first time privately, without brokerage fees and is priced to sell.
Tanks Water: 4 – 125 Liter
Tanks Fuel: 4 - 1200 liter
Tanks Sewage: 1 - 540 liters
Tank Hydraulic: 1 – 100 liters
Batteries: Two banks of 820 amp hour, lead acid, Surrette/Rolls batteries
Inverters: Two Heart Freedom 25 inverter/battery chargers (one active, one backup)
Generator: 6kw Northern Lights Diesel
Diving: Bauer Purus Electric Compressor
Diving Tanks: 3- Aluminum 80 Cu Ft
Air Con: Two Marinized 15000 BTU Carrier Air V 120 volt
Dehumidifier: Dry-Zones Systems Automatic Dehumidifier
Solar Panels: 5 - Siemens 55watt panels with Blue Sky Controller
Heating: Hurricane Diesel Hot Water Furnace
Hot Water: Torrid 20 Gallon Tank, 120v electric and engine heat exchanged
Boch Instant-on Propane
Refrigeration: 14 cu ft Samsung 120v Inverter fridge with Ice Maker
Uline 28lb per/day Ice Cube Maker
Scotsman 750lb per/day Flake Ice Machine
Microwave: Sanyo SS Microwave - Convection Oven
House Water: Jabsco Par-Max 4
Main Engine : Isuzu 6BG1 Diesel
Transmission: Borg Warner 71C 10-18
Shaft: 1 ¾” Stainless Steel
Hydraulics: Gresen TB12, with12V Electric Clutch
Steering: Telflex Capilano, Dual-ram, Dual Station
Fuel Filters: 2 Racor 1000 and 1 Racor 500
Oil Filters: Purifiner PF24 large spin-on and an Oberg 600 Micro Screen
Tank Gauges: Wema Group Tank Level Indicator
Search Light: Ray-Line Remote Controlled 8 inch Spot/ Flood Light
Electronics: Raytheon R10 - 24 mile radar
Garman GPS 128
Furuno LS-6100 Echo Sounder
Furuno LS-4100 Echo Sounder
ComNav 2001 Auto Pilot
ComNav 211 Remote
Standard Horizon CMP347B VHF
Standard Horizon VHF, Loudhailer /Foghorn with AIS repeater
Icom 700 SSB
SR161 AIS Receiver
Wifi: Ubiquiti Bullet with Hi-gain 6ft Antenna
Computers: Asus Veriton I7 CPU
Del Inspiron Zino HD
HP Laser BW Printer
Compaq WF1907 Widescreen Monitor with Speakers
Sharp 17in TV/Monitor with Speakers
17in HP Monitor (stern)
S11G Inc. 4 Port VGA Splitter
TV & DVD: Philips DVP5990 DVD Player
Pyle PL172 Dvd/Mp3/Radio
Egreat EG-M34A Multi Media Tank
Samsung 40 in Flat Screen TV-Monitor
Logitech Z5300 THX 6 Speaker Surround Sound
Shore Power: 75ft 6/3 AGW Cord with 120/240 50 Amp Connectors
Plus Various Adapters and Smart Plug receptacle
Hoses: 50ft and 75ft Premium Blue Water Hoses with Nozzles
Toilets: 3 Tecma “Silent” 12 volt Fresh Water Toilets
Life Rafts: 6-Man Switlik
4-Man Dunlop-Beaufort
Sea Anchor: Paravane Parachute Drogue
Tenders: 2003 Novurania 400DL 13ft with 50hp 4 stroke Yamaha
2005 8.5’ Hypalon Soft Bottom with 6hp 4 stroke Nissan
Sail Winches: 2 - Knowsley 7in, 2 Speed Main Deck Winches
1 - Knowsley 5in, 2 Speed Winch
2 - Knowsley Wire Spool