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1967 44' GARDEN TRAWLER | $89,000


Design Number:
495, with modifications by Mr. Garden to enclose flybridge
Wood Hull:
5/4" Mahogany planking over frames at 12" centers
L.O.A.: 44'-0''
L.W.L.: 40'-3"
Breadth: 15'-0"
Draft: 4'-4"
Height: 19'-6", to top of mast light
1050 Gal., Racor manifold filter system, Consumption at 7-8 knots is 3-4 gal/hr.
325 Gal. with filter system and new hot water heater (2010)
Displacement: 44,000#
Twin Perkins 130 (approx. 3,400 hours), with Velvet Drive Trans. (rebuilt. 2011)
Through-Hull Fittings: Completely replaced in 2009
Generator: Northern Lights 6KW (approx. 1000 hours)
Dinghy: Portland Pudgy mounted on aft cabin top with launching boom
Inverter/Charger: 2000 Watt Magnum
AGM Start Battery (2010), 8 AGM House Batteries (2010)
60 Amp Shore Power: Two 30 Amp cords with isolators
ElectroSan (rebuilt 2013), Manual direct discharge (forward)
Webasto 40,000 BTU, circulating water type, to all cabins and flybridge
Food Preparation:
Propane three-burner stove/oven, Isotherm refrigerator, icemaker
48-mile radar, depth sounder, autopilot, VHF, Hailer
Ground Tackle:
Ideal Windlass, 45#CQR with 200 ft. chain and 22# Danforth


Greenstreet was purchased in 1995 from the second owner. At the time of purchase, the boat was boathouse kept in Cathlamet, Washington. Greenstreet was then relocated to Portland, Oregon in late 1995, where it has been kept under cover ever since. The boat has been continuously upgraded, including approximately $70,000 of improvements since 2007. The improvements include modifications to engines, electrical, fuel and mechanical systems. Fresh bottom paint/zincs/prop/shaft work completed in November 2013. Tanks near full 12/2/2013


With comfortable sleeping for six in three individual sleeping cabins and having two heads, this 44-ft. trawler is perfect for cruising in comfort. The four cabin layout is as follows: V-berth forward with two bunks, port head and starboard mechanical closet. Three steps lead up to the main salon. The helm is forward, starboard side. The port side galley is well equipped with an ice maker, three-burner stove and oven, refrigerator, and double stainless sink and more food preparation space than many kitchens with ample storage. The main salon dinette (with fold out table) is to starboard aft. The aft section, down four steps from the main salon, includes a starboard cabin with two bunk berths, a head and an aft cabin. The aft head features a comfortably sized shower in its own compartment rather than being open to the total head. The aft cabin has two large berths. Substantial storage is provided in all cabins. An intercom system makes communication among areas a snap.


The previous owner took the boat to Alaska on multiple adventures. I don't doubt that it performed well, given the sea keeping abilities of the hull, enclosed flybridge, fuel/water capacities and low fuel consumption. Mr. Garden referred to the design in a personal note to me as "a good little ship". My experience with this boat offshore bears out his comment. Our last trip up the Washington coast was subject to 6 to 8 foot seas for 26 hours and the boat proved its capabilities. There was no doubt in the crews' minds that this vessel was worthy of Bill Garden's confidence. Complete plans for the boat were provided by Mr. Garden.


Randy R. Tomic
PO Box 522
Marylhurst, OR 97036

Phone: 503-313-8818

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