The 46' Lindmark Sundeck Trawler

LIQUORISH is a Taiwanese-built trawler and has two 200 hp. Perkins diesels and a 7.5-kw Onan diesel generator.  She has three marine air conditioners, a washer-dryer combo, a dishwasher, an icemaker, a microwave, and a fridge with a freezer.  The interior wood is teak.  She was built in 1984 and is in fairly good shape.   We have never tried to operate the washer/dryer or the dishwasher..

Trawlers are not built for speed.  They are built for fuel economy.  Motoring at a leisurely pace (about 8 knots), I hope to burn 3 or less gallons of diesel fuel per hour with both diesels running.  Wide open, (not much faster) she should easily burn double that figure.  The fuel tanks hold 700 gallons plus 100 for the generator, so this yacht was built for long-range cruising!  The engine exhaust comes out below the water line, so she is very quiet underway.

Liquorish is now at the Island Cove Marina on Bayou Chico.  This slip is one of the most protected slips (from hurricanes) in the Pensacola Area.

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The bow.  Note the fancy woodwork where the rail meets the deck.
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Port side of bow.  Doesn't she have pretty lines?
FlyBridge.jpg (127379 bytes)The flying bridge.  Plenty of room for 5 or six people.  Since this picture was taken, I built a new table using ipe.  Ipe is also called Brazilian Mahogany or Ironwood... so heavy it won't float.  Also, a new bimini has been built with front, side and rear curtains, (with zippered windows}.  New captain's chairs too.
SundeckFacingAft.jpg (134838 bytes)Christine enjoying the view from the Sundeck.  The black hatch behind her is a (closed) ceiling vent for the aft cabin.  A 12' x 12' EZ-up fits this spot right nicely.  This makes a huge shady area for entertaining. SundeckFacingForward.jpg (114885 bytes)The sundeck view facing forward.  The hatch leads into the salon.  Two other doors lead to the salon as well (not shown). SalonFacingForward.jpg (132568 bytes)The salon facing forward.  The inside pilot station on the starboard (right) side and all engine hatches are below the wicker chairs.  Galley is slightly forward and runs the full width of Liquorish.

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Facing aft from inside the galley.

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Facing forward into the forward stateroom from the galley area.  You do not want to fall out of this berth!  The entrance into the forward head is barely seen on the right.
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The forward head. 

AftCabinPortSide.jpg (101848 bytes)This is the master cabin's port side with the entrance into the head open.  Note the tub... Christine's size. AftCabinStarboardSide.jpg (112330 bytes)The aft cabin facing aft.  The little white stool seat under the portside cabinet swivels out from under the cabinet Gally.jpg (114429 bytes)The Galley on the port side.  Fridge to right, 3 burner stove with oven.  Microwave and sink.  Just out of view at lower left is a dishwasher.
StarboardRear.jpg (695745 bytes)Best part of the boat... the sundeck, the entertaining area.  Open a 12' x 12' EZ-Up, put a table under the EZ-Up sunshade, put chairs around table, have a few snacks, music and adult refreshments...

It is truly the Catbird seat.

BoatCroppedCompressed.jpg (58115 bytes) This is a picture from March 12, when Nick and his friend Earle spent that Sunday night with us on the boat.  A few brats, some hamburgers, adult beverages and good weather made it a great night.  Note the 12 foot by 12 foot EZ-up on the Sundeck.