Single Diesel Economy w/Bow & Stern Thruster Maneuverability
8 KW Generator
(3) Cruise air Reverse Cycle A/C & Heat Units w/Digital Controls
No Teak Decks to Maintain, Yet Has Beautiful Teak Interior
Queen-Size Centerline "Walk-Around" Aft Master Berth
Lots of Opening Ports, And MUCH More!
While she doesn't look like the conventional trawler, the Heritage 36 is indeed a trawler worth considering. She's a motor yacht configuration so she has a full beam master stateroom (compared to most trunk cabin trawlers, it's a lot larger), a full aft deck (most trunk cabin trawlers have little to no aft deck and what is there is taken up by a dinghy) and then she has a large fly bridge.
Inside, the reality of it is that she has the room of a 42, trunk cabin trawler in a 36, package. In addition, she also has a lot more exterior living space with the capability of enclosing both the flybridge and the aft deck, making two more large rooms for living comfortably aboard while underway.
Inside, the reasons to love this boat continue: Add in a salon that was customized by most owners to their liking with an inside helm that has a side door to the deck, a galley down arrangement, two full heads and a private guest cabin forward. Next, throw in beautiful solid teak everywhere. Finally, take note of an ultra-reliable single Cummins 210 and a bow thruster and stern thruster along with an engine and genset that you can get around 360 degrees in a large engine room. You will soon see why these boats are so popular and why they sell fast once someone sees how practical they are. Compare the asking price to any other trawler this age and size and you will conclude that this boat is a bargain.
Many of these trawlers have done the great loop and the Bahamas. Don't wait - GO NOW!