MOJO ex-SLUGGO is a ruggedly built little ship. Ideally suited for long range economical passages, she is capable, safe and comfortable for offshore as well as coastal cruising. MOJO has just completed a comprehensive two year rebuild and gleams in virtually better than new condition thanks to her highly experienced and knowledgable owners. Every interior and exterior surface sparkles with fresh Awlgrip, enamel, and varnish. The bottom was blasted to bare metal and protected with six coats of epoxy. All new wiring, plumbing, interior upholstery, lighting and appliances. Five new stainless steel HOOD deck hatches, new swim platform, all new canvas and rigging. Her 3000 gallon fuel tanks were opened, steam cleaned and replaced with fresh diesel. She is equipped with booms for paravanes and flopper stoppers for at anchor stabilization, but has NAIAD active fin stabilizers installed by Hinckley in Southwest Harbor at a cost of $100,000. MOJO is no marina queen. Her exceedingly strong steel hull will be a great comfort if ever grounded on a coral reef or confronted by stray logs or ice. Yet after her rebuild, modern coating systems will ensure that her maintenance expense is on a par with a fiberglass boat. MOJO 's low center of gravity and deep draft make her much more seakindly with a more comfortable ride than the popular production trawlers. With her commercial brute of a Cummins diesel, far horizons will beckon. An inspection will not disappoint the most discerning yachtsman.
Sleeps seven in three staterooms with one in wheelhouse watch berth. Bright and airy Herreshoff style interior with white bulkeads and varnished teak trim. Solid teak and holly cabin soles throughout. All freshly refinished. Even the insides of every locker and drawer has a flawless finish. The joinery is of a quality not seen on production yachts with all new upholstery, lighting and plumbing fixtures.
While most trawler yachts this size have no such thing as real privacy since their staterooms are forward of the engine room, the owners of MOJO can enjoy a generous private ensuite stateroom aft with private access from the saloon. The stateroom has ample storage for a liveaboard couple, queen size berth, comfortable settee for lounging and an ensuite head with a 2012 Vacuflush toilet and tiled shower compartment.
Two guest staterooms are forward port and starboard each with twin berths and generous storage. The port staterrom has a fold down desk for use as an office and includes a hidden ship's safe. These cabins share a head with a 2012 Vacuflush toilet and huge tiled shower. In the passageway is a dedicated laundry area with a 2012 washer/dryer.
MOJO features a big-ship raised wheelhouse protected by a Portuguese bridge with access port and starboard by wateright doors. There is a centerline STIDD helm seat and bench seat that can serve as a watch berth.
The amidships saloon is light an airy with large windows affording views while seated. The entire ship's complement can comfortabley dine at the curved dinette aft to port. There is plenty of room for additional comfortable seating. Stairs lead below to the owner's stateroom and aft to the boatdeck. Secondary access to the engine room by ladder within full height compartment.
The galley has been totally rebuilt. 2012 FRIGIDAIRE stainless steel refrigerator/freezer, 2012 BERGHOFF Profile Cooktop with 2012 BROAN stainless steel exhaust hood, 2012 GE stainless steel microwave/convection oven and 2012 stainless steel double sinks.