Over the years Heritage Yachts have developed a good rapport for being solid built boats with functional designs and good resale value. Heritage Trawler's hand crafted teak cabinetry and extremely spacious living quarters gives Spare time a feel of having a cottage on the water. This two cabin two head version boasts a great deal of live aboard space while not compromising storage at all. The layout/space, quality of finish and air conditioning are among many perks that makes Spare Time comfortable for her guests to feel pampered whether on a calm beautiful day or in the coldest and roughest of conditions.
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In the main salon you have storage outboard to both port and starboard. To port is a couch with a hide-a-way bed. To starboard is a lounge chair. Forward of this is the lower helm station with all electronics that are at the upper helm. Also outboard of the helm on starboard is a sliding door to access the deck.
Centerline forward are three steps that take you to the galley dinette area. To port is a bench style dinette with more storage outboard, a table that can drop down to make a double berth. Opposite this is a U-shaped galley with a 3 burner electric stove with oven facing aft, double stainless steel sink facing outboard with pressurized hot and cold water. More storage is above the sink. Facing forward in the galley is a full size refrigerator with separate freezer. Above this is a Sanyo microwave. Forward of the galley area is the entrance to the guest state room with bunk bed style berths (the bottom being slight larger than a single), hanging locker and an ensuite head with a marine toilet and sink.
Moving aft of the main salon you again go down three steps to walk in a large aft cabin that has a real mattress that is a full double. There is again beautiful teak woodwork throughout for the hanging lockers and cabinets. To starboard is an ensuite head with an integral head/shower but the shower has a separate divider with sump.
This spacious 36 footer is equipped with teak parquet floor throughout, Cuisair air conditioning, lots of natural light and air flow. This boat is equipped with a holding tank and capability for a macerator but the neither are hooked up.
Captains chair with full functioning upper helm station and controls
L shaped lounge settee to starboard and straight lounger to port
Radar arch, Bimini and full enclosure
Aft deck roof has plenty of storage for a inflatable dinghy or liferaft
Transom door that leads down ladder to swim platform.
Swim platform has an access hatch to the master stateroom
Aft deck has wet bar with storage and plenty of space to entertain
Aft deck has full enclosure
Stainless steel bow rails all the way around the boat with gates to port and starboard
Bowsprit with anchor roller, Simpson and Lawrence Sea wolf electric windlass with Danforth anchor chain and rode
4 fender holders
Bow, stern and midship cleats
Twin diesel Volvo TMD 41 A freshwater cooled diesel engines 150 HP
4 blade fixed props
Engines gauges for oil pressure, temp and voltage
Westerbeke Genset 8.5KW
1913 hours on genset
12V/110V shore power with shore power cord
Guest 40 amp battery charger
Professional Mariner Cruising 40 Charger and inverter
1 starting battery 2 x 4D house batteries
Standard Horizion CP180i Chart plotter (lower helm)
Handheld GPS for upper helm
Furno Model 1623 radar with dome on Radar arch (lower helm)
Cetec Benmar Course setter 21P Autopilot (both helms)
Standard Horizon VHF (both helms)
Standard Horizon DS35 depth sounder (upper helm)
Depth sounder (lower helm)
Binnacle compass at both lower and upper helms
Clock and Barometer
2 x Life jackets
Fire extinguishers and smoke detector
2 x electric bilge pumps, 1 manual bilge pump
4 fender holders with 4 fenders and docklines
Holding tank present but not hooked up
6 Jack stands
For addition cost:
New winter cover for fly bridge and aft deck
Inflatable dinghy and 4 hp outboard motor
Ocean Yacht Sales Limited
115 Joseph Zatzman Drive
Dartmouth, NS B3B 1N3