BEAR is a great example of the Eagle Trawler. These well laid out, single stateroom, pilothouse yachts are exceptionally commodious and have a tremendous amount of storage space. Great boats for extended cruising and live aboard application! This particular example has been nicely maintained by her current owners who are finishing up a "great loop" cruise and she has been extensively upgraded to optimize that passage including solar panels, electronics upgrades and many other items..
The Transpac Eagle 40 trawlers are highly regarded for their fit and finish with a full varnished Burmese Teak interior with varnished teak and holly soles throughout. With her 6 opening ports, 3 large hatches and numerous fixed and sliding windows (all opening ports and hatches and sliding windows have screens) provide copious amounts of natural light and ventilation. When cruising during cooler seasons a Newport Dickinson propane cabin heat system has been fitted in the Salon and a Heater Craft engine driven or "bus" type heater easily keeps the interior warm. Extensive 12 volt lighting with numerous overhead dome style lamps and some swivel style reading lamps. Headroom is 6'-4" in the salon, 6'-8" in the pilothouse and 6'-6" in the stateroom.
Starting forward is the Private Stateroom featuring a true island queen berth of 6'-8" length by 60" width. Below the berth are two large "cargo" drawers and a locker. Additional storage is to be found in a large locker with shelves and smaller locker to starboard and a bureau with several drawers and a hanging locker to port.
The large Head is aft and to starboard and has a day access door adjacent to the steps and private access from the stateroom. Thwartships running vanity with Corian type counter top and stainless steel sink with H&C pressure water, generous storage in 2 lockers and electric W.C. plumbed via a Y valve to the holding tank. Outboard is the separate Stall Shower Compartment with seat with drain to a separate sump.
The companionway steps to the Pilothouse have storage under and there is an additional hanging locker outboard. The Pilothouse has the helm station with all navionics and vessel controls with a fold down seat at the helm station to starboard and 6'-5" bench seat and pedestal table aft and to port which converts to a berth. There are access doors to the side decks P&S. Forward and to port of the helm is a large navigation area for charts and flip top type access to chart storage. Aft and to starboard is a bureau with hanging locker well as a book rack.
Down 3 steps to the Salon & Galley; immediately to port is the u-shaped Galley with laminate type counter surfaces, large deep single basin composite granite sink with pressure H&C water ( sink and faucet installed in 2015). Below there is storage in a large locker and four large drawers and outboard of the sink is a large tip out trash compartment. Additional storage is found along the forward bulkhead in dish racks and drawers and mcirowave compartment. The 3 burner gimbaled Force 10 propane stove with oven is outboard. Opposite to starboard is a pantry cupboard with several shelves and the Tundra dual voltage refrigerator freezer.
Immediately adjoining the Galley is the Salon with double pedestal high low table and 6'-2" by 6' L-shaped settee with storage under. The pedestal table can be lowered to berth height (a double) when desired. Two additional lockers are behind the seat back. Opposite to starboard is space for two chairs. At the forward end there is entertainment equipment.
A door just to starboard of c/l provides access from the salon to the aft deck.
All electronics (except flying bridge electronics) are located at the helm station starboard side of the pilothouse.
Wired for 12 volt DC and 120 Volt AC service. A Freedom 3000 watt inverter easily handles lighter loads when off the dock. The current owners have done extensive 12 volt upgrades 2014-16 to facilitate stays on anchor for up to 3 full days without having to conserve usage of the 12 volt system; see below.
12 Volt DC:
120 Volt AC:
This Transpac Eagle 40 trawler has the preferred Cummins 220 HP diesel turning a 4 bladed 26 X 22" 4 bladed left handed bronze propeller on a 2" stainless steel shaft through a ZF 2.5:1 reduction gear. As of the date of listing 1/8/17 the hour meter showed 3580 hours.
The owner reports fuel consumption of 2 GPH running at 14-1500 producing a "low" cruise speed of 7.4 kt and generally cruises at 8.0 knots at approx 1900 RPM this is well below "full cruise of 2100 RPM.
Solid fiberglass hull with off white gel-coat finish in good condition. Teak rub and cap rails with stainless steel half round, stainless steel safety rails. (1 1/2" thick hull at the keel and 7/8" thick at the deck edge)The bottom is finished with black hard epoxy anti-fouling and was last done in spring 2017. The teak cap rail and other limited teak trim (brow, doors and aft door frame) are finished with Cetol which was stripped and refinished in 2015.
The deck and house are partially cored fiberglass with a molded in non-skid on the decks.
Wide side decks with high bulwarks and rails with side doors lead forward from the aft cockpit. Lazarette below cockpit deck, A short stainless ladder, 5 steps, provides access to the upper deck and flying bridge fitted with bench seat, vessel controls and full suite of electronics as at the lower helm.
BEAR is a great example of the Transpacific Marine built Eagle 40 Trawler. Her current owners have found her an exceptional vessel for doing their dream Great Loop cruise along with other regional cruising. They are only selling as they will now be solely cruising the coast of Maine for shorter durations.
Many boats look like they have done every mile of the Great Loop but this Eagle 40 has enjoyed caring owners as evidenced by her tidy appearance and thoughtful upgrades. She is in every respect ready to repeat that voyage with her new owners or anywhere else they may choose to take her.
Lower Falls Landing
106 Lafayette Street
Yarmouth, ME 04096