2009 Great Harbour 47′ – Pokey

  • Price: $595,000
  • Year: 2009
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Yanmar 75 hp Diesels
  • LOA: 46’10”
  • Beam: 15’10”
  • Draft: 3’0″
  • Location: Fort Pierce, FL

Overview
Pokey is a super clean, low hours 2009 Great Harbour GH47 that shows almost as new with updated Garmin electronics and a recently installed Seakeeper gyro stabilization system.  She features amazing livability with a full beam salon, gourmet chef’s galley, 3 large staterooms, 2.5 heads, utility room, and large pilothouse.  She draws just 3′ and can clear a 19′ bridge with her mast down, so she’s ideal for island hopping or tackling the Great Loop.  With just over 1100 hours on her twin Yanmar 75 hp diesels, this spacious, reliable, leave-your-worries-behind vessel is just the trawler for you.

Hull Design
The Great Harbour 47’s full-displacement solid fiberglass hull is constructed with safety in mind. Mirage Manufacturing claims that with the buoyant material they’ve incorporated in the decks, superstructure, and hull above the rubrail, she’s essentially unsinkable.  Solid fiberglass, along with props protected by her twin keels and rudder bridges, her shallow 3′ draft, and no stabilizer fins to be concerned about, combine to provide peace of mind to her captain when traversing passages with skinny water, and perhaps allows her to venture into many destinations most others would avoid.

Great Harbour Livability
With suprising headroom, three staterooms, a convertible pilot house settee, full sized galley, saloon with Stressless chairs, L-settee, and entertainment console, and two and a half heads, the GH47 is designed purposefully for comfortable, long-term cruising. The salon and pilot house take full advantage of the trawler’s wide beam, creating spaces for relaxation and mingling. Surrounding windows in the saloon and pilot house, most of which open, provide plenty of natural light, allowing passengers to more fully enjoy the views. Few vessels are as well-suited for full-time liveaboards or distance cruisers.  The GH47 is the epitome of livability with total space matching that of far longer boats.

Saloon
Equipped with two comfortable Stressless chairs, a long, Ultraleather L-settee, teak dining table, and two sturdy wood chairs, the saloon is ideal for lounging, dining, and entertaining.  Large windows with elegant wood slat blinds allow passengers to take in the scenery and enjoy the fresh air when windows are open. On the port side, an entertainment console provides a space for a 39″ Vizio HDTV and accompanying Pioneer receiver, DirectTV receiver, and Phillips DVD player.  Built in 5.1 surround sound ensures movies, music, and tv shows are fully experienced.  A window with drop down bar seating allows viewing into the galley.  Forward to starboard is a small built in storage unit with bookshelves above.

Galley
The spacious galley situated just below includes an open window for serving and speaking to guests sitting in the saloon. With a stainless steel, full size, Fridgidaire, side by side refrigerator with ice and water dispenser, Corian counters supporting a home-sized double basin sink and a faucet with Pür water filter, an electric 4-burner glass top range sitting atop the built in glass front oven, and built-in Kenmore microwave, this galley is well-suited for cooking and preparing fun meals for guests.  You’ll also discover the included Oster convection oven, a Broan trash compactor, and abundant storage both above and below.

Pilothouse Helm and Settee
In the pilothouse located on the upper deck, the pilot has full command of the water when in the sitting in the centerline captain’s helm chair.Mathers electronic twin shifters provide easy control of the Yanmar diesels while the MaxPower thruster provides plenty of thrust to control her bow.  In the console are two newer Garmin 7215 15″ touchscreen radar chartplotters.  To port is a video panel for displaying video from the stern camera.  The Simrad AP25 autopilot and FU25 Follow Up Steering Lever provide precise course following capabilities.  Two Icom radios, a VHF IC-M604 and an SSB IC-M802, assure good communication both near shore and off.  Sirius-XM integrated with the chartplotters feed the Clarion AM/FM/CD driving speakers in all four corners.  To starboard is the color display and control center for the Seakeeper 9 gyro stabilizer system and to port is a signal mate horn control console.  You’ll also find controls for the Maxwell 1500 windlass and bow mounted Jabsco searchlight.  The crew will enjoy the beige Ultraleather L-settee with its large expandable table which drops down to convert to an oversized double berth.  Wall mounted reading lights and a chart rack are occupy the wall above the settee.  Pilothouse windows are protected with Textylene screens and ship quality, weathertight aluminum doors allow access to both side decks.

Guest Staterooms
Two guest staterooms provide spacious accommodations for passengers. The first, located below and just forward of the galley, includes a convertible double berth and a drop down pullman single berth. For storage, a dresser with lighted mirror above and a spacious hanging closet allow guests to unpack.  To starboard is the guest head with full stand up height featuring a large soaking tub and comfortable vanity, unusual for trawlers this size. The second is on the pilothouse deck behind the settee and has a large standard queen berth and half head. Should you choose to bring a captain with you, this stateroom provides the perfect retreat.  Sleep surrounded by sliding windows protected by teak wood blinds.  To port is a comfortable day head while a 6-drawer dresser completes the space.

Master Stateroom
The master stateroom boasts a queen island berth, built in vanity desk, ample storage in the hanging closets, dressers, and book shelves on either side, and a full head with sink and shower. The large vanity sink shares space with the stateroom while the head and huge shower are behind the door to port. Built for comfort, anyone is sure to enjoy the night in the GH47’s spacious master stateroom surrounded by 6 portlights and an overhead hatch which allow natural light in and provide ventilation.

Aft Cockpit and Upper Boat Deck
The covered aft deck provides protection from the elements when boarding from either the swim platform or large starboard boarding door.  Below the aft deck are a lazarette for storage and a large hatch providing access to the Seakeeper 9 gyro stabilizer professionally installed in late 2015 and showing less than 40 hours of operation on her color display.  To port is a locker with a U-Line icemaker below and to starboard is another storage locker with an aft helm for docking.  Mounted to the rail is a large West Marine propane grill.The pilothouse is protected by a Portuguese bridge with a door on the centerline for bow access.  Here you’ll find built-in storage and seating and a flat sole for line handling.  Mounted anchors include a 40 lb Rocna and a 65 lb Plow which are operated via the Maxwell 1500 horizontal windlass.  A low mounted bow eye with bridal allows for reduced scope and more effective holding of her ground tackle.  Aft of the pilothouse is an electric Strongarm crane for deploying her 10′ West Marine RIB with 8 hp Mercury outboard.  Here you’ll find steps to the upper observation deck, protected by sturdy stainless rails as well as the aluminum spar-style electronics mast, which folds to reduce bridge clearance.

Engine Room & Systems
The comfortable engine room can be accessed from either the utility room or the large hatch in the salon sole.  A pair of low hour 75 hp Yanmar diesels deliver efficient propulsion while the 13 kw Maspower genset provides AC support.  The primary battery bank, of 1840 Ah at 12V, is comprised of 16 230 Ah, 6V West Marine batteries replaced in the last two years.  A Horizon Seafari water maker sits to port while the combination Xantrex 3000 watt inverter/140 amp charger is to starboard.

Disclaimer
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.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Specs
Builder: Mirage Manufacturing
Designer: Ken Fickett and Lou Codega
Hull Shape: full-displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 46’10”
Beam: 15’10”
LWL: 46’1″
Maximum Draft: 2’10”
Displacement: 70,000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 24′
Headroom: 6′ 8″

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH4-TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1103
Propeller: 3 Blade Propeller
Drive Type: Direct
Engine Power: 75 hp
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH4-TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1105
Propeller: 3 Blade Propeller
Drive Type: Direct
Engine Power: 75 hp

Cruising Speed: 7.5 knots
Maximum Speed: 8.2 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (250 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (1000 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (250 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 4
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3

Electronics
DVD player
Autopilot
Navigation center
VHF
GPS
Radio
TV set
Radar
Compass
Plotter
Depthsounder

Inside Equipment
Fresh water maker
Bow thruster
Oven
Marine head
Air conditioning
Heating
Refrigerator
Washing machine
Hot water
Microwave oven
Battery charger
Electric bilge pump

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Inverter
Generator

Outside Equipment/Extras
Davits
Teak sidedecks
Gangway
Swimming ladder
Tender
Teak cockpit
Electric windlass

Engines
Total Power: 150 hp
Cruising Speed: 7.5 knots
Max Speed: 8.2 knots