1981 Roughwaters 37 Flybridge


1981 Roughwaters 37 Flybridge

 

A well built flybridge cruiser with tones of space and visibility. A must see before you buy another like boat. A semi-displacement hull that offers better speed than a traditional trawler and better fuel economy then a sport cruiser. The vessel is laid out in such a manner that you have great living space below (6’6 in salon) without sacrificing safety or functionality topsides–virtually unobstructed views from both steering stations, side decks that are wide enough to actually walk around, cabin trunk that isn’t so long that it interferes with operation of ground tackle, an aft cockpit (7’x10′ with huge lazarette) that is spacious enough for fishing and a swim platform that is wide enough to land a dingy and heavy enough to stow same.

Engine:

Rebuilt Perkins 6-354 with a Bowman heat exchanger. 400 hours logged

Previous engine; Perkins 6-354 Turbo w/ aluminum heat exchanger: 4100 hours logged

Portable 2000W Honda generator

Layout and Design: 

Large main deck spanning from the aft deck to the bow. 

  • Well preserved teak flooring

* Multiple hanging lockers and drawers

  • Large Saloon that converts to a double berth
  • Elongated galley with a classic diesel oven,  and 2 burner propane stovetop
    • Large SS Sink, pressure hot/cold water
    • Upright Fridge and Freezer, 
    • Microwave
    • Great counter space

360 degree visibility from large windows wrapping around the main helm cabin with plenty of social space

  • Large Sofa Settee that converts to another double berth
  • Privacy door separates the lower cabin from the helm cabin,

Flybridge

Separate hem station with engine controls and navigation equipment. 

Fishfinder and VHF radio

Aft flybridge deck extended for additional company

Head Enclosed Cabin

*Marine head

*Pressure hot and cold water and 

*shower Head Wall attachment

*a fine teak slat flooring. 

*large opening winds

Forward Cabin

*Well cushioned large V-berth 

*Forward opening large Skylight 

*Two opening port lights

*Tall ceiling

  • A hanging locker to starboard
  • Teak, hinged cabin door

Electrical 

30Amp dockside power and inverter 

*Seaward hot water system

*Inverter 

*3 large house batteries

*One lead-acid starter Battery

Deck

Mahogany cored fiberglass decked with all stainless steel fasteners. 

Hull

Hand laid deck with eleven (11) alternating high density layers on mahogany stringers, 24oz woven roving on the hull increasing to 13 layers at the keel; Hull is molded in one piece of reinforced laminate. 

(6) longitudinal stringers are fiberglass bonded to the hull for added strength 

Fiberglass bonded bulkheads

Large engine compartment with ample storage capacity for spare parts and tools.

Deck Equipment 

*Electric Windlass

*Transom Swimstep

*Transom door

*Rigid 10′ Sterling fiberglass dinghy 

*Honda 2.3hp dinghy motor

*Flybridge cover 

*Foward window cover 

*Deck spraydown 

* (2) large aft storage lockers

Tanks

Fuel: 300us gallon in steel tank 

Water: 80 Gallons in two tanks

Holding: 

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