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Old 10-02-2015, 00:45   #1
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Diesel Duck 462

Diesel Duck 462
Asking $495,000 US
Located in Marmaris, Turkey
Dora Mac is back on the market after a summer cruise from London to Marmaris, Turkey through the rivers and canals of Europe. We arrived in Marmaris on September 8th where the boat was pulled out of the water and a refit of finish and systems was done. We had put Dora Mac on the market briefly in January 2014 but soon decided to do one last cruise back to Turkey.
We have lived aboard for eight years now, 3 ½ in SE Asia, 2 ½ in the Mediterranean, 1 in Europe and now back in the Mediterranean.
It is seriously for sale, fully equipped and cruise ready. Since this will be the end of our cruising life, all tools, spares, galley wares, cruising guides, charts, books, etc come with the boat.
You can visit our private website for pictures, videos, equipment list, and contact information. http://trawlerforsale.mydoramac.com/wordpress/

January 2015
FACTORY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
John Deere 4045T 135 HP Main Engine. 3,300 Hours 1/15
ZF Transmission with jack shaft and thrust plate bearing
Two inch stainless steel prop shaft with rope cutter
Engine controls at lower and upper helm
Keel Cooler and wet exhaust for engine with water lift muffler
Because of the keel cooler the boat is equipped with a 15 gallon coolant storage tank
Engine room sea chest for engine, aircon, gen-set, and anchor wash down. The only other through hull below the water line is for the watermaker
Two engine room ventilation fans, one squirrel cage and one automotive type.
Racor 500 fuel filters (Three)
Gulf Coast Fuel polishing filter with Walbro pump
Fuel capacity 2,000 gallons
Water capacity 250 gallons
Twenty gallon 220 volt water heater with engine coolant loop
Black water capacity two 30 gallon fiberglass tanks
9KW Northern Lights Gen-Set 402 Hours 1/15
Electric Bow Thruster 24 volt with controls at both helms
Flybridge Package
Spare prop
Marine Air Cons with heat option 16,000 and 12,000 BTU
Victron 24v 70a 3,000 w Inverter/Charger
Victron 24/12 volt converter replaced 2/09
Flo-Scan fuel monitor
Large Frame Balmar 24 volt 140 amp alternator with separate Balmar 624 three stage regulator
Red Dot space heater from engine heat
Village marine 30 GPH watermaker
Buehler’s Sail Rig and handling gear with Harken # 2 Furler
Three sails including foresail, mainsail, and spinnaker
Complete Flopper Stopper System
Stainless Steel Dress Package
Teak Decks
Teak & Holly floors throughout
Washer/Dryer combination
Microwave with Convection Oven
Sony Stereo
Built-in Freezer box with Nova Kool unit, five cubic feet
Propane cook stove with oven, three gas eyes and one 220 volt electric eye.
Nova Kool marine refrigerator 24 volt with freezer
Deck hose bib fore saltwater and aft freshwater
Remote control spotlight
LCD Flat screen TV
Raymarine 4 KW Radar (Replaced new 12/14)
Raymarine E120 Chartplotter Display Pilothouse Helm
Raymarine E80 Chartplotter Display Flybridge
Raymarine wind indicator
Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
Raymarine DSM 300 fishfinder depth sounder
Icom 602 VHF Radio with remote mike for the flybridge
Icom 802 SSB Radio factory rebuilt 3/13
Icom AT 140 auto tuner
Shakespeare 23’ SSB antenna
Comnav autopilot primary
Comnav autopilot secondary for backup with own controls, pump, and cylinder.
Comnav remote control at flybridge
Comnav GPS compass
Comnav flux gate compass
600 Amp 24 volt gel cel house battery bank with Victron battery monitor
Engine start batteries 2X12 volts replaced 7/13
Gen-set start batteries 2X12 volts replaced 7/13
Epirb Re-commissioned with new battery 12/12
6 Man liferaft Re-commissioned 5/13
Flares, replaced with offshore package 8/13
Life Jackets
Throw Rings replaced 5/13
Trash Compactor
Two Kyocera 125 watt solar panels
Shore Power isolation transformer
110 volt receptacles
220 volt receptacles
AC pumps are 50 or 60 hz
Separate engine and transmission controls by MORSE for lower and upper helm
Zincs are bolted to hull not welded
International navigation lights installed
Three windshield wipers with pressure water wash and defroster at helm wiper
Three electric bilge pumps
One manual bilge pump
One emergency 220 volt plug in high volume pump
Two stainless steel anchors, one plow and one Danforth
Muir 3500 lb windless with chain and rope rode gypsy
Windless controls at both helms and bow
100 meters 10 mm chain
100 meters 18 mm rope rode
Heavy duty stainless steel auto launch anchor roller at bow
Two Tecma electric toilets for fresh water flush.
Ventilation fans in both heads with timers
Coffee table in salon
Dinette table in salon
Stainless Steel dinghy davits
3.2 meter inflatable dinghy
Cockpit and flybridge Biminis
Walkway side awnings
Windshield bra
Hatch covers (4)
Hatch Screens (4), Mesh replaced 4/12
Curtain separating salon from pilothouse
Two five pound dry chemical fire extinguishers replaced 5/13
Central 220 volt vacuum cleaner
Shop vice
Drill press
Two sumps with pumps and float switches for grey water

OWNER INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
Replaced dinghy with new 2.8 meter Hypalon Joker dinghy 5/13
9.8 HP Tohatsu four stroke outboard motor with fuel tank and hose
One dinghy motor fuel tank for storage
Dinghy anchor
Stainless steel custom line reel with 100 meters of 18 mm line mounted on aft railing
Two large and seven medium inflated fenders and cloth covers
Misc lines and dock connection chain links
18’ storm anchor ready for deployment
Drogue ready for deployment
High pressure saltwater anchor wash down
Gulf Coast Filter oil polishing filters for both main and gen-set engines
Oil change system with Reverso pump and 27 gallon tank of new oil http://ducktalk.net/eve/forums/a/tpc...1/m/1141059642
Watch Minder at lower helm
PTC – 11E Pactor Modem for Sailmail
Raymarine handheld VHF radio
Complete diving gear for two people including four aluminum tanks
Honda 110 cc motorbike with 8,000 kilometers
One ships clock and one ships barometer
Pilothouse window outside screens
Fresh Water expansion tanks
Diversion valve for main engine saltwater pump to the engine room bilge
One shop red tool box full of tools
One custom made stainless tool box full of tools and equipment
Navionics electronic charts for Asia, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Baltic, North Sea, Black Sea, and the rivers and canals connecting the North Sea to the Black Sea.
Victron 24 volt 100 amp charger
Victron 12 volt 15 amp charger with two way switch
Automotive style battery charger as spare
Sigmar diesel fuel space heater in salon with 2.5 gallon gravity feed fuel tank
LCD battery bank monitor for all three banks
Comar CSB 200 AIS transponder with dedicated GPG receiver and dedicated VHF antenna
Sony DVD player
Flybridge second helm chair added 5/13
Garman GPS receiver with dedicated display
Approximately 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel 1/14
Rocna replica 44 kilo galvanized main anchor
Water 220 volt high pressure washer purchased in London 3/14
I have too many spares and supplies to list.

We are letting the live aboard equipment go with the sale including galley wares, large slow cooker, electric tea pot, toaster, heavy duty blender, two copier/scanner/printers, one of which is color, cruising guides and cruising books too numerous to list, bed linens, towels, cleaning supplies, etc, etc.
I’ve probably even got clothes that don’t fit me anymore.

Our average fuel burn performance over the life of the boat has been 1.6 gallons an hour at 1500 RPM. I have done the reverse course several times and with a clean bottom the average is 6.55 knots at exactly 1500 RPM.
1.6 GPH equals about 1.08 liters per NM so with full tanks of 7,500 liters and a 10% reserve, you have a range of 6,750 NM.
The main engine should have 85% of its service life left and the gen-set even more. The watermaker membranes will likely need replacing if you’re going to be in a situation where you actually need to make water. We haven’t and membranes live longer the more they are used.
The boat has two heads, one with separate shower area. It has a main aft cabin with a walk around queen size mattress. The front cabin has over/under bunks with the bottom one being extra wide. The salon settee folds out to make another bed for two well acquainted people. The pilothouse settee sleeps one quite comfortably and where Ruth and I sleep off watch on passages. The cockpit sleeps two if you want to sleep outside in good weather and look up at the stars.
I have a Wi-Fi antenna I pull up the mast in marinas and it works well.
Work done in Marmaris:
Antifouling done with International Uni Pro paint, all hatches and pilothouse doors removed, stripped, primed, and painted, all pilothouse windows stripped, primed, and painted. Both bimini canvasses replaced with good Sunbrella, Raymarine 4KW radar and cable replaced by Raymarine with new, areas on hull and topsides repaired and refinished, buff and polish the remainder of exterior, anchor and paravane fish galvanized, anchor chain reversed, chain locker and some dunnage boxes painted, polishing all stainless steel, varnishing of the pilothouse table, replaced the cutlass bearing, replaced aft hatch glass, replace the engine room carpet, recover the salon dining table settee, replace the interior illumination lights, service Muir windless, and more minor improvements and adjustments.

We have cruised on Dora Mac for eight wonderful years now and have decided to build our dream home on some property we recently purchased in Virginia. With the most recent work done and my improvements and additions, I believe the boat is in better shape than new.
If you have any questions about the boat then please contact me via email from our website above.
This boat built in North America or Europe would be over one million dollars. Our asking price is $495,000 but we are looking for offers.
Randal Johnson, Marmaris, Turkey January, 2015
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Old 10-02-2015, 12:15   #3
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I also need to mention that the berth in Marmaris is paid to September 2015.
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I enjoyed reading about your travels and the canal and river cruise looked very appealing. Such a cool boat! Good luck on your sale and best wishes for your future.
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I saw a Diesel Duck recently in San Diego. Wow is that a solid boat! If I was ever to switch to a trawler the Duck would be on the top of my list. Best of luck finding her next owner.


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