UNSUBSCRIBE is a nice example of the Back Cove series from Maine craftsmen. She has all of the good qualities of a lobster boat combined with modern conveniences and equipment. Back Cove builds "Practical Elegance from Maine", they ride wonderfully, are very efficient and have all the creature comforts to make the crew smile.
Her single engine with bow and stern thrusters make her a dream to operate, even for a novice crew. And UNSUBSCRIBE has a beautiful pale yellow hull. She stands out among all the white and dark blue hulls.
UNSUBSCRIBE only has 350 hours use and it shows. Her upholstery and finishes look terrific. The engine and equipment has been maintained. She was hauled at the beginning of July 2019 for new paint and hull treatment. Cummins NW replaced an idler pulley and pulled and inspected the exhaust elbow. If you are looking for a powerboat with great manners and equipment, make an appointment to come over to Bainbridge Island and take a look at UNSUBSCRIBE.
The name UNSUBSCRIBE is being reserved by the current owner.
UNSUBSCRIBE is located at a private dock on Bainbridge Island and requires an appointment to be shown. Please contact the listing broker Bob Schoonmaker at 206-818-7394 or email@example.com to schedule a showing. The name UNSUBSCRIBE is being reserved by the present owner.
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The Back Cove 33 offers tremendous value, great style and modern practicality. Below deck is a large and comfortable V-berth, L-settee with pilot berth above, and a head with stall shower. On the helm deck, a full galley stretches out aft of the helm seat and to port is a dinette where four adults can sit and enjoy a meal. The inlaid table is a fine example of the Maine boat builder's craftsmanship and tradition, evident also throughout the Back Cove 33. Forward of the dinette, a double mate's seat is a comfortable perch for the navigator. The helm deck is airy and bright with overhead hatches, opening side windows and a center opening windshield. In her cockpit a large bench seat allows comfortable lounging while underway or when anchored in a peaceful cove. Engine access is extraordinary, as the helm deck including the port side dinette raises to expose the yacht's mechanical systems.
Unsubscribe is an extremely lightly used version of this very popular model. She has a very sea-kindly hull and is capable of cruising economically with her single Cummins Diesel. She'll cruise at 12 knots using 1gpm all day long. At idle she does 5.5 knots and uses 1.1gph, pretty amazing.
Her pilothouse is comfortable for two couples on very comfortable seating and great visibility. For summer you can remove the canvas aft curtain and get plenty of air. In winter the pilothouse turns into a sunroom.
She's got everything needed to make handling easy with bow and stern thrusters and a full navigation suite. The cabin has a large v-berth, enclosed head with shower and plenty of ventilation. Her east coast heritage comes through with lots of wood and warmth.
First class engineering and great quality fittings make this into a proper little yacht.
Cummins 480hp QSB Diesel
Single lever electronic controls
Digital Control panel
MAX POWER Bow and Stern thrusters
Kohler 6kw Generator (replaced 2014) less than 100 hrs
Fireboy automatic suppression system
1.5 in Aquamet shaft
Four blade NiBrAl prop
New anti-fouling paint July 19, anodes replaced and prop polished
Dripless shaft log
Electric trim tabs
Six inch exhaust with two stage muffler
Teleflex steering with wood grained wheel
Quick Windlass with controls at helm
Racor fuel filters
Groco bronze strainers
Electric engine hatch for tremendous access to engine space
Advanced prop pocket hull design
Vinylester backup resin
Vacuum bagged PVC cored hull bottom
Multiaxial E-Glass reinforcement
Molded cove stripe and Awlgrip paint
Teak accent stripe
(2) WAECO 0050USP Refrigerators
Princess Euro Kera K two burner Cook top
Dinette seating w/Hi-Low back
High gloss table with inlay
Dinette converts into bed
Storage beneath benches
Galley is "up" in helm area
Sink with pressure water (pump new 2019)
Kohler 6kW Generator (21 hours)
(2) Lifeline 4D AGM house batteries
(2) GRP 32 Starting Batteries
Charles ISO-G2 Isolation Transformer
ProTech 1240i Battery Charger
Rule A Matic Automatic Bilge Pumps
Kuuma 6 gallon hot water tank w/exchanger
Raymarine C120 Radar/Chartplotter (refurbished in 2020)
Uniden UM 525 VHF
LetroTab Trim Tabs
Varnished cherry interior on molded composite liner
Really large V-Berth forward, storage below
Cedar lined hanging locker
Reading lights throughout
Ash ceiling for an east coast warmth
Teak and holly sole in cabin
SeaWise Davit System