BHM 36 Mary Allison was laid up at Atlantic Boat in Brooklin, Maine, in 1997 and finished by the owner’s husband, who was a mechanical engineer, over the next year. She was commissioned in May of 1999.
The BHM 36 hull is widely used by commercial fishermen for both lobstering and offshore fishing. This is a tough and seaworthy boat. With the extended cabin, this boat transforms into the perfect downeast cruising boat that will get you through the harshest of seas. She is set up well to be cruised on for months at a time but is also simple enough to cruise around for an afternoon.
BHM 36 Mary Allison is a single-owner boat and has been meticulously maintained. The boat has always been stored indoors in the offseason.
- loa 36'
- beam 12'8"
- draft 4'6"
- displacement 19000 pounds
- fuel capacity 210 gallons
- water capacity 94 gallons
- designed by Atlantic Boat
- builder Blue Hill Marine
- model Downeaster
- year 1999
- location Rockland, ME
- cruising speed 8 knots
- top speed 12 knots
This boat was built for cruising in mind. She is equipped with a Princess 3-burner gas stove and oven and a Seafrost refrigerator which is engine-driven. Also a Force 10 “Cozy Cabin” gas cabin heater. The head includes a separate shower. There is a large V-berth cabin and a large L-shaped settee.
- 12VDC and 120VAC
- Furuno “1832” Radar
- Furuno “Navigator 35” GPS with differential receiver
- Standard Horizon “Quest X” VHF radio with DSC
- ICOM “IC-M710” SSB Radio
- 2016 Simrad “G05XSE” Color Chart Plotter, GPS, Depth Sounder
- Standard Horizon VHF for Flybridge
- Furuno “FCV-667” Color Video Sounder
- 2010 GUEST 12VDC Spot/Search light with remote
- Garmin “GPS18X USB” GPS for a laptop computer with “Open Captn” Chart Plotting System
- Anchor Windlass: Simpson-Lawrence “Horizon” 12VDC Unit
The engine was rebuilt in 1997 by Jim Minnot. The rebuild included: rings, pistons, cylinder head, bearings, seals, etc.. Additionally the fuel injectors were rebuilt in 2013.
The engine has been serviced by Journey’s End Marina in Rockland the past several seasons and is in great operating order. The boat comes with thorough mechanical records that dates back to the day it was commissioned.
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.