Annie J's seller has owned Tollycrafts since 1984, with this 61' Tolly their second one. They tried other boats but found the 61' Tolly was perfect for cruising the Northwest as a couple and with friends and family for it is very easy and safe to handle. It is such a seaworthy and dry ride, they couldn't find anything better, so they bought this 61' and have cruised her for another 10 years. She has been maintained very well. She has just completed her spring haul out in February, with new bottom paint, zincs, hull buffed and waxed, oil changed and engines/generators maintained. You will find her ready to go.
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Guest SR/S: 3/0
- Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
61' 0" (18.59m)
17' 8" (5.38m)
4' 0" (1.22m)
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Fresh Water: 400
Sleeps 6 owners and guests in 3 staterooms. There are 3 owner and guest staterooms including 3 heads and 2 showers. Located mid ship, the Master Stateroom features a centerline queen bed. The VIP Stateroom has 2 beds forward.
In the main salon , located main deck aft, are the following items: Sony Color television, Sony SLV777HF VCR, Sony DVP-5500D CD/DVD Player, Sony Surround Sound speakers, AM/FM tape player.
The Pilothouse offers the advantage of operation in cold and/or wet weather in complete comfort. The lower station is fully instrumented, and just aft of the wheel is a large settee with table that can be used for meals while underway, or as a chart table, or even as a day bed.
Carousel microwave oven
JenAire 4-burner electric stove w/oven & fan
(2) Frigibar freezers
20 Gal Hot Water Heater
Simrad Robertson AP20 autopilots and remote AP22
CE32 Color Simrad chart plotter /GPS/Sounder w/remote
Simrad Annitsu RA726UA radar 96mi. w/remote RA772
Datamarine depth sounder
Apelco 8500 VHF radio
Datamarine speed and distance log
Nobeltec Nav System
Icom M80 VHF radio
Camera Elbex security system
KVH Trac 25 Worldphone SATCOM
Apparent Datamarine wind speed indicator
KVH Trac Vision II with (2) receivers
Updated MMC electric controls at both helms
The owner spent $62,000 on maintenance in February 2013 at Townsend Bay Marine. This included; a complete in-frame overhaul on the Starboard Engine including turbo charger and heat exchanger, haul out, 6 gallons of bottom paint, new zincs, prop speed on struts, rudders, shafts, props and thruster. Also General Maintenance on Genset, thruster, thruster batteries and chargers, cooling system and stabilizers.