Listed at $598,000
Available for SaleElizabeth Ruth74' 1991 Custom
The "Elizabeth Ruth" is a beautiful 74’ fully equipped expedition yacht ready to go anywhere. Built in 1991 at Robinson Shipyard as an Alaskan fishing tender, she was expertly converted in 2008 by her current owners to a stunning motor yacht. Masterfully crafted with exotic woods and beautiful touches throughout. Her well thought out design and features will keep you comfortable and safe on the longest journeys with her 8000-mile range…A world of adventure literally awaits you on the "Elizabeth Ruth"!
A recent 2020 survey is available to qualified buyers and with owner’s approval. Viewings by appointment only. Owner will respond to all offers.
26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by United Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
|LOA:||74' (23 m)|
|Beam:||14' (5 m)|
|Fuel Capacity:||4,800 gal (18,170 L)|
|Fresh Water Capacity:||1,200 gal (4,543 L)|
|Holding Tank:||90 gal (341 L)|
|Location:||Poulsbo, United States, Washington|
|Model:||Robinson Modified Monk|
|Cruising Speed:||8 Knots|
|Max Speed:||12 Knots|
"Elizabeth Ruth" is a single chine modified displacement hull, raked stem, transom stern, and house aft of midship.
The forward most space below deck is the master stateroom king sized pedestal berth on center with storage below and potable water tank below stateroom sole. To port side of stateroom is built-in cabinetry including hanging locker. Overhead is an escape hatch. Aft thru slider hatch is the main salon.
To port side of main salon is an enclosed head with sink/vanity, toilet, and walk-in shower. To starboard is a built-in lounging settee. Aft to port is an incline stairwell up to the main deck level. Aft of the salon is the engine room.
The engine room is fitted with main engine, port and starboard fuel tanks, batteries, pumps, inverter, power distribution panels, and marine sanitation device. At aft end of the end room is an auxiliary engine with generator, outboard are secondary port/starboard fuel tanks. Aft of the engine room is the lazarette with rudder shaft, steering assembly, and air compressor accumulator tank.
Forward on deck is the bow and foredeck with anchor winch and anchor shipped in hawse pipe. Aft is a raised focsle with forward stateroom. At the forward end of the stateroom is a storage area, aft are port and starboard bench lockers with a dining table on center. Aft are port and starboard single berths with storage below. Aft, on center, and up steps and through a watertight door is the well deck.
Forward on the well deck and to port is a swing arm davit. Aft to starboard is a shore tender stored on skiff chocks. Aft and past deck break to port and starboard are bulwark boarding gates. Aft and off center to starboard is a deck mounted knuckle crane and aft is the deck house. To starboard and outboard of house is a side deck with access aft to deckhouse through a watertight door.
Forward most in deck house and to port is the stairwell with access down to the main salon and inboard is a laundry station, aft through doorway and inboard is a vertical ladder with access up to the pilothouse. To starboard a small office area which doubles as a single berth positioned thwartship. Aft to port is an enclosed head with sink, toilet, and walk-in shower and to starboard and through doorway and to vertical ladder with access to the engine room. Aft and to port is the galley.
To starboard of the galley is built-in cabinetry with undercounter freezer and upright refrigerator. Aft to port is an L-shaped dining settee with table and to starboard are two built-in chairs. At the aft end of the deck house and through watertight door is the aft deck.
On the aft deck and to starboard is a shower station and aft is the stern with swim platform which raises and lowers into position.
On top of the deckhouse is the pilothouse. Positioned at forward end of the wheelhouse is built-in cabinetry with port and starboard jog stations and wheel helm on center. Overhead is the electronics array. Aft to port and starboard are helm seats. Aft to port and positioned thwartship is a day bunk, the inboard end lifts to gain access to ladder down to the deckhouse.
To starboard and through watertight door is the boat deck. At the port forward side of the boat deck is a propane locker, aft is a rail mounted BBQ. Aft is EPIRB and survival craft. The perimeter is secured with safety railing. On center and up ladder to the top of the pilothouse and signal mast.
- Large comfortable settee with dining table
- (2) Built-In lounge chairs
- Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater
- Webasto Diesel Boiler system with zoned cabin heat throughout
- New Washer/Dryer Combo
- Dickinson Adriatic diesel stove
- Wallace Cooktop
- Norcold M#1095 Refrigerator
- Kenmore Under Counter Freezer
- Panasonic Microwave
- Forfjord #30 Anchor with 3/4” chain and ¾” cable
- Anchor winch
- Crane with Pullmaster boom winch
- Davit with manual boom
- Three, 1000-watt quartz deck floodlights
Helm and Electronics
- Furuno 1930 Radar
- Furuno 1721 Radar
- Acer Laptop with Coastal Explorer Navigation Suite
- Standard Horizon Matrix GX3000S Loudhailer/VHF
- Standard Horizon Infinity VHF
- Robertson Autopilot
- Robertson rudder indicator
- Hynautics control system
- Bridge Watch
- Furuno FCV-585 depth sounder
- SEA 222 SSB
- Dirigo Compass
- Azimuth Electronic Compass
- 32” Samsung TV/Monitor
- Fusion Stereo System with Sirius/XM Satellite Radio
- Pilothouse window privacy screens
- 12VDC, 110/220 VAC Shore/Gen/Invert
- Marine Grade Copper Wiring throughout
- Two 6v Battery banks, 6 each, (12)
- Isuzu industrial 3cd1 Generator
- Heart Interphase Freedom 20 inverter/Battery Charger with 2000 remote panel
Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment
- Caterpillar D-343TA, 450HP Diesel
- Reduction Gear: Twin Disc MG514 Ratio 4.5:1
- Dry/Wrapped exhaust
- 52” 4-blade, coated with Speed Prop.
- MER 3 Cylinder Diesel
USCG approved 12-person bacterial septic system.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.