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60 Trawler - 5 Pages

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Absolutely Stunning The New 60-Foot Ocean Alexander Trawler What a privilege, indeed. be the first Pacific Northwest the newest member of their fleet. was so fresh from the commis- sioning yard that the engines were still warm when we went aboard. As we arrived, a small crew was literally making the final tucks and tweaks to the magnificent interior. The vessel was scheduled to leave for Trawl- erfest early the following morn- ing, but there was just time for a sea trial and a photo shoot, and introduction for Ocean Alexander. The trademark that began in 1977, with a boat drawn on a nap- kin during lunch on Bainbridge Island, was originally considered Ocean Alexander directed its efforts to becoming a leader in the pilothouse motoryacht category. While extremely popular throughout the entire United States, Ocean Alexander has always enjoyed an especially enthusiastic mar- ket in the Pacific Northwest. Some recent Ocean Alexander models have begun moving the pendulum back toward the Ocean Alexander's 60-foot Trawler Extended Cruiser represents a return to the company's trawler roots. Classic lines reflect its seagoing design. (Sheri Prokorym photo) Beam: 16 feet 9 inches Draft: 4 feet 7 inches traditional trawler concept, while incorporating the best aspects of the company's long and successful foray into the motoryacht genre. ment to Ocean Alexander's efforts — this boat is exceptional. EXTERIOR STYLING Ocean Alexander's 60 foot "Trawler Extended Cruiser" was obviously drawn with bluewater navigation in mind. The stem incorporates Ocean Alexander's patented "S-bow," a specifically adapted version of a bulbous bow that improves fuel efficiency, reduces wake, and enhances the ride at sea. Above the waterline, the curved stem morphs grace- fully into a generously flared hull with high freeboard. A Portuguese bridge will help intercept those few waves still bold enough to break on the foredeck. The high bulwark continues well aft of the pilothouse doors, and drops quickly to a still comfortable and reassuring height along the aft portions of the side decks. In an unusual but sensible styling detail, the bulwarks rise again aft of the main cabin windows to create a much taller than typical transom, which is less likely The flybridge is set back from the leading edge of the pilothouse, allowing

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The pilothouse features two Stidd helm chairs and an extensive array of electronics. The salon makes a fabulous first impression, with a pair of deluxe chairs opposite a spacious L-shaped settee and hi-lo teak table. Premium appliances and surfaces are featured in the mid- level galley. The master stateroom, on the lower level below the pilothouse, features exceptional joinery and plenty of stowage. the pilothouse (as well as the cowling and venturi) to deflect occasional head sea spray. The boat deck is enormous (our test boat had a 14-foot inflatable on the chocks, with what seemed like enough...

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The forward guest stateroom has a queen-size berth and Just forward of the engine room is a third stateroom with bunk beds. It also has and its own head, and a washer and dryer are located nearby. Jim Wood, Sheri Prokorym and Niel Steenkamp in the A six-footer can stand almost upright in the well-fitted engine room. diesel engines. Electronic engine controls flybridge, as well as on a slide-out panel in the cockpit. The generator runs four CruiseAire reverse cycle heating/air con- ditioning compressors, with a 76,000 The 60 Trawler Extended Cruiser is equipped with a Keypower hydraulic sta- bilizer...

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the cockpit and the salon. The salon pro- vides a striking first impression, and is sure to instill a justifiable pride of owner- ship when welcoming guests aboard. Ocean Alexander has long been known for spectacular joinery, and the teak sol- ids and veneers used in the 60 will cer- tainly enhance that hard-won reputation. The grain matches, the stain matches, and the effect is undeniable. A compass rose, inlaid into the teak and holly sole immediately inside the aft bulkhead door, sets the theme for a boat that combines open-ocean capabilities with breathtak- We noted a Sony 32-inch LCD TV with a...

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boater really has to want that final knot, as it is achieved with a notable decrease in fuel efficiency. At 14-knots, we were burn- ing 28 gallons per hour. Slowing down just slightly, to 13 knots, saved 10 gallons of diesel per hour. We found 10 knots to be an appealing cruise speed, and at 1,800 RPM we were burning 12 gallons per hour. With 1,550 gallons of fuel, the Ocean Alexan- der 60 can easily achieve over a 1,000-mile range with prudent reserve. Slowed down to traditional trawler speeds of 7-8 knots, fuel economy improves to about 2 nautical miles per gallon. As we continued our sea trial,...

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