Sea Trek 94' Passenger Vessel With Current COI

New John Deere engines 2017
US$650,000.00 Reduced
  • Boat REF#  ·  305265
  • Length  ·  94'0"
  • Year  ·  1986
  • Construction  ·  Steel
  • Underwater profile  ·  Semi-Displacement
  • Sleeping berths  ·  2
  • Engine  ·  2 x diesel 325hp, John Deere 6090/AFM85 (2017)
  • Lying  ·  Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Boatshed Everett
Boatshed Everett
Gretchen Miles, CPYB

Extra Details

Builder Custom; Chula Vista, CA
Lying Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment
Fuel capacity 1,500.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks
Water capacity 250.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks
Holding tank capacity 250.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks
Last survey 30/06/2017

Mechanical

Engine 2 x diesel 325hp
Engine make and model John Deere 6090/AFM85 (2017)
Engine Hours engine1= 330
engine2= 330
Engine Cooled Indirect
Drive shaft
Prop(s) 4 blade bronze
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded
Cruising speed (approx) 8 knots
Max speed (approx) 12 knots
Generator output 32KVA
Generator Hours 680

Note: Cruising and maximum speed stated are approximations. Fuel consumption is unknown. The engines have run for 330 hours total. Many of these were in transit from California. Current owner states fuel burn at idle is approximately .5 gph.
New 2017:
John Deere engines, keel cooled, dry exhaust.
Glendinning electronic controls, 24 v
150 AMP Alternator
Transmissions: ZF 325-1; 2.957:1.
24v Electric shift
Fuel filters: Racor 1000
Generators (2):
Northern lights (port); 32kw, 680 hours
Detroit (starboard) - Detroit generator: year and hours unknown; operational.
Generators in use constantly to power the vessel's systems.

Dimensions

Length 94'0"
Beam 22'0"
Draft Min 5'0"
Airdraft 33'0"
Displacement 190,032.4lbs
Headroom 6'9"
Storage On marina

Electrical Systems

24 volt battery, 110 / 240 volt generator, 110 / 240 shore power voltage, 4 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator

Construction

Construction Steel
Underwater profile Semi-Displacement
Finish Paint finish

This is a raised pilothouse model with a Portuguese bridge and stairs to the foredeck.

Per 2017 survey:
"Hull is a deep vee, semi-displacement configuration with chines and keel, and is made of 5'16" welded steel plate welded to 3" x 5.5" angled steel frames on 3' centers and 6 5/16" watertight bulkheads. Decks are 5/16" welded steel on 1.5" x 2" frames with varying centers. Decks and hull above chines are spray foam insulated....the main deck has welded steel bulwarks bow to stern and access stairs to the passenger (sky lounge) deck above".

Tankage:
Fuel: steel. Inspected approx 2016.
Water: Steel
Holding: steel
All tanks integrated into the hull.

Waterline Boats / Boatshed did not independently verify capacities, or dimensions described in this listing. Information is derived from seller-provided information and/or literature.

Accommodation

Total # of berths 2
No. of double berths 1
Cabin(s) 3
Sink 5
Shower 3
Heads 4 heads (Electric)

There are two boarding options depending on the mooring situation. Boarding from the stern the vessel must be stern tied or moored to port. Step onto a small platform and up a set of stairs to the aft deck. The other option is via the starboard side and a set of dock stairs.
Boarding via the dock stairs, you step on to the starboard side deck. Surrounding wide side decks lead forward to a designated crew area at the bow and anchor locker or stern to the aft entertainment deck. The aft entertainment deck is full -beam width and fully covered and protected from the weather. The wide 22’ beam allows space for buffet tables, lounge chairs, and/or tables and chairs for passengers.
There are two staircases which lead from the aft deck to the upper sky lounge deck. This area has been covered in the past with a vinyl covering. One can imagine enjoying an evening of dancing under the stars on this deck.
Forward of the deck area is the raised pilothouse. The pilothouse is quite large with doors to port and starboard. Aft of the helm area is a small cabin with full head and shower. It is set up with counter space and a settee reminiscent of a bridal suite. This area is easy to imagine as an office, as well. Interior stairs lead to the main level.
From the exterior side deck, you may enter the main saloon area via a sliding door from the aft deck, or midships from the boarding stairs. The sliding door from the aft deck opens wide incorporating both spaces for guests. Tables easily accommodate 6 – 8 people. Starboard is a full bar station with stools for guests and a “candle-place” in lieu of a fireplace for ambience. Forward of the bar area is a day head.
A large screen TV is set up for video and the boat is completely wired for stereo/audio. Additional tables for seating or buffet purposes are forward with a small lounging area.
A complete galley is starboard with a large side-by-side Maytag refrigerator/freezer, coffee machines, side-by-side stainless sink, electric stove and oven, microwave and very spacious counters and storage.
Stairs from the galley access the Captain’s quarters below. This area has large storage closets, potential space for a desk, a sleeping area, and a head with separate tub/shower configuration. These quarters will benefit from a new owner’s talent in interior design and creativity.

The crew quarters are situated forward of the main salon area and down a curved staircase. This space may accommodate a sleeping area and/or small sitting area for crew. There are large storage lockers along the bulkhead. The head compartment is unfinished; it needs a shower installed and would benefit from updating.

4 burner Electric Stove

Accommodation

Stove
Oven
Sink
Refrigerator
Freezer
Drapes
Cabin heating
Pressurised water system
Fresh water wash
Bar Sink
Microwave

There are two boarding options depending on the mooring situation. Boarding from the stern the vessel must be stern tied or moored to port. Step onto a small platform and up a set of stairs to the aft deck. The other option is via the starboard side and a set of dock stairs.
Boarding via the dock stairs, you step on to the starboard side deck. Surrounding wide side decks lead forward to a designated crew area at the bow and anchor locker or stern to the aft entertainment deck. The aft entertainment deck is full -beam width and fully covered and protected from the weather. The wide 22’ beam allows space for buffet tables, lounge chairs, and/or tables and chairs for passengers.
There are two staircases which lead from the aft deck to the upper sky lounge deck. This area has been covered in the past with a vinyl covering. One can imagine enjoying an evening of dancing under the stars on this deck.
Forward of the deck area is the raised pilothouse. The pilothouse is quite large with doors to port and starboard. Aft of the helm area is a small cabin with full head and shower. It is set up with counter space and a settee reminiscent of a bridal suite. This area is easy to imagine as an office, as well. Interior stairs lead to the main level.
From the exterior side deck, you may enter the main saloon area via a sliding door from the aft deck, or midships from the boarding stairs. The sliding door from the aft deck opens wide incorporating both spaces for guests. Tables easily accommodate 6 – 8 people. Starboard is a full bar station with stools for guests and a “candle-place” in lieu of a fireplace for ambience. Forward of the bar area is a day head.
A large screen TV is set up for video and the boat is completely wired for stereo/audio. Additional tables for seating or buffet purposes are forward with a small lounging area.
A complete galley is starboard with a large side-by-side Maytag refrigerator/freezer, coffee machines, side-by-side stainless sink, electric stove and oven, microwave and very spacious counters and storage.
Stairs from the galley access the Captain’s quarters below. This area has large storage closets, potential space for a desk, a sleeping area, and a head with separate tub/shower configuration. These quarters will benefit from a new owner’s talent in interior design and creativity.

The crew quarters are situated forward of the main salon area and down a curved staircase. This space may accommodate a sleeping area and/or small sitting area for crew. There are large storage lockers along the bulkhead. The head compartment is unfinished; it needs a shower installed and would benefit from updating.

4 burner Electric Stove

Deck Gear

Electric windlass
2 anchors
(Danforth)
300'0" of chain
Anchor installed: Danforth 45 lbs
A second anchor was sighted in anchor locker.

Nav Equipment

Compass
Speed
Wind
Radar
VHF
GPS
Chart plotter
Autopilot
Stereo
Clock
Navigation lights
TV
DVD
AIS Receiver
Depth sounder

Radar: Furuno 10.4" Color LED display
NavNet 3D Vector MapMedia US West Coast and Hawaii Charts
NMEA 2000 wired
Shakespeare Antennae's
VHF: Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2000
Autopilot: Furuno NavPilot 711C
Furuno NavNet TZ Touch 12" MFD
Simrad NSIS-400 AIS Class B

Safety Equipment

Horn

8 bilge pumps (2 manual / 6 electric)

Bilge pumps: 2 - engine room, 2 - lazarettes, 2 - Captains quarters, 2 - forward stateroom; Everbuilt HDS30
Fire stations: 2 with 50' hose aft and bow - new 2017

Broker's Comments

VIRTUAL TOUR - VIDEO - 80 TO 100 PHOTOS - FULL SPECS CAN BE VIEWED OF THIS 1986 CUSTOM SEA TREK 94.

This unique vessel is very suitable for a variety of commercial passenger services: corporate events, weddings, birthday parties, life celebrations, excursions, dinner cruises or sightseeing tours. She has a current Certificate of Inspection (COI) to carry a total of 85 persons (including crew and captain). In 2017, she was repowered with John Deere 6090AFM85, 325 hp engines. Current engine hours are only 330 hours. New transmissions, electric controls and Jastram hydraulic steering, as well as a new Furuno electronics package were also installed in 2017.

She has two large entertainment areas: the main salon/cabin area and sky lounge deck on the second level.

Whether using this vessel to charter and entertain or for personal use, she and the new owner will benefit greatly from creatively updating the interior, adding coverings to the deck and attention to a few interior details. The current owners were anticipating a robust season just as COVID arrived. Coupled with other life changes it is time for a new owner to realize their own dream.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Sea Trek 94' Passenger Vessel With Current COI has been personally photographed and viewed by Gretchen Miles of Boatshed Everett. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

Comments 1

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There is clearly no comparison between the Versilcraft Super Challenger 98. At the asking price of US $ 696,424.00. And the 94 ft steel hull vessel, Sea Trek. With the asking price of US $ 650,000.00. Clearly evident, this vessel needs a lot of work, and no doubt considerable expense. I am also at the opinion these John Deere diesels fitted in 2017. Are smaller than the original engines. Noting the Versilcraft super 98. Is fitted with twin very powerful Deutz engines. While I understand Coronavirus has effected the present owners ambitions. Sea Trek now in her displayed condition. Can only be considered by a prudent buyer. As been a risky take over project. Perhaps the present owners need to reconsider their asking price. Based upon what this vessel actually owes them. Rather than based upon speculative value.

John C2022-05-29 05:43:58
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