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Inboard trawler Kokanee 38
custom

inboard trawler
inboard trawler
inboard trawler
inboard trawler
inboard trawler
inboard trawler
inboard trawler
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Characteristics

Motor type
inboard
Other characteristics
custom
Length

11.79 m (38'08")

Description

The "Kokanee 38" is one of the latest building projects of Devlin Designing Boatbuilders and she is a real beauty! She is a large, heavy-duty version of a type that we have built many times and is an absolutely wonderful cruiser for her owners. They have cruised the "Ellie K" from the Northwest to Alaska (some of the finest cruising grounds in the world). She uses a heavy duty John Deere diesel engine in a specially engineered and sound proofed engine compartment, and has fuel tankage enough for a useful range of over 1,000 nautical miles at 8 knots speed. With 26,000 lbs of displacement she moves through the water with purpose, but is remarkably easy to maneuver dockside with her bow thruster, and large single screw. There is excellent visibility forward and aft from the pilothouse and sitting at the large helm is a real treat with all instruments easily visible and full command of the boat right at hand. We used Mathers Micro-Commander engine controls for easy non-mechanical drag engine controls. Coming into a tight anchorage or docking situation is as easy and stress-free as is possible in a boat of these capabilities. Let's take a look around the "Kokanee 38" the "Ellie K", and point out some of her more interesting features. As with all of our boats, the "Devlin is in the Details" and there is quite a list of features and functions to this boat. The first thing that you will notice when boarding from the stern swim step is the very large, deep, and secure cockpit.
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