According to the owner Bounty’s were integrateded a lawn at the North Oregon Coast in the early ’90’s. Gambler was the last of 35 constructed. This specific vessel was developed for the Coast Guard Commander at Winchester Bay Station. From the comprehensive electronics for navigation and communication it is quickly thought. As you step aboard you feel the seaworthiness of the vessel. The fit and finish of the hatches, cabinets, and joinery show the work of a committed master specialist. The cockpit is deep and feels like you can combat the big ones. The engines lie amid-ship and are protected from flooding from a weary cockpit. The helm station in the cockpit also has radar and plotter displays secured by plexiglass and canvas. Moving into the cabin the teak and holly sole together with the great wood work of the cabinets evoke heat and comfort. The huge settee to starboard converts into a berth and the galley is well selected. The engine area is accessed from this area by removing deck panels.
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|Seller Type||Private Party|
|Location||Lebanon, OR, USA|
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