Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
The Camano 31 has a classic workboat style trawler attitude with a personality that is much larger than its size. With a no frills approach to a pocket cruiser, this quality build is often brought up in discussions amongst knowledgeable and experienced cruisers. The styling of the Camano 31 is caught between a fishing boat and an ocean-going ship. This stout boat is small in stature with plenty of amenities and space for the cruising couple.
Entering the cockpit of the Camano 31 from either the molded in steps to starboard or the transom door, the space is modest yet very usable for a couple of deck chairs or standing room for a few to fish comfortably. The cockpit provides access to lazarette storage beneath via large hatch centerline. To port is the ladder to access the open flybridge and main outdoor entertaining space.
Throughout the salon, you are greeted by 360 degree visibility and an abundance of natural light. Teak and holly flooring add warmth and a richness to the salon decor. To port and aft is a convertible settee with engine hatch below. Gas assisted hatch lifters raise the large engine hatch to access the extremely tidy and well maintained engine room. Service points are easily accessible and well laid out.
The lower helm is features a full set of Raymarine electronics and easy accessibility to gauges and controls.
Down a series of steps is the galley to port opposite the enclosed head. Galley features propane range with oven, microwave, stainless steel sink, refrigerator and storage throughout.
Large V-berth is accessed forward of the galley and head providing accommodations for two with 6'4" total length head to toe.
Hull and Deck
The unique Keelform Hull provides the performance advantages of both a displacement hull and a planing hull for improved tracking, stability and fuel economy at any speed.
Forward, the stern is deep as it would be in a displacement hull. Aft, the bottom flattens out into hard chines just like a planing boat, but with a large keel that would never be found on a planing yacht.
The keep provides much of the boat's displacement, making the Camano at adept performer at any speed.
Measured against hulls of comparable size, at trawler speeds, the Camano burns about as much fuel as a displacement hull, while at 12-14 knots it burns less fuel than a semi-displacement or planing hull vessel, yielding greater fuel efficiency and thus, more cruising hours per gallon.
5HP Electric Bow Thruster with upper and lower controls
Powder-coated welded aluminum exterior swinging door
Powder-coated aluminum framed cabin windows
Stainless steel bow rails
Stainless steel water and fuel deck fills
Self bailing cockpit
Large lazarette storage under cockpit with access to rudder post and pumps
Non-skid surface on all exterior weather decks
Full-length stainless steel handholds on side decks
"Finale" is equipped with a full 12V DC electrical system as well as shorepower/inverter system for 120V AC Electrical.
Marinco 30A Shorepower Inlet
Xantrex 1200W Inverter
Xantrex TruCharge 40A Battery Charger
(4) Lifeline Group 31 AGM House Batteries
(1) Lifeline Group 31 AGM Engine Start Battery
Volvo Penta TAMD 41P-A
The Volvo Penta TAMD 41P is the perfect fit for this type of application in the Camano 31 based on factors of size, performance, reliability, and fuel economy. Built and designed around the ability to run and power a planing hull, the TAMD41P is equally comfortable at lower RPMs when fuel economy and range are of consideration.
200 mhp @ 3800 RPM
In-line 6-cylinder 4-stroke diesel
92 mm x 90 mm (3.62 in x 3.54 in) Bore & Stroke
3.59L (219 cu. inch) displacement
Dry Weight: 1003 lb
Volvo Penta HS45A Transmission - 2.43:1 reduction
Direct injection results in low thermal load and low fuel consumption compared to swirl chamber (indirect injection) engines of the same cylinder volume. Direct injected engines also have a longer service life.
The Volvo Penta TAMD41P is turbocharged for efficient operation with high power/fuel consumption ratio. The turbocharger also contributes to reduced exhaust emission levels.
Cools the compressed and heated air, thus raising its oxygen context allowing the engine to use fuel more efficiently.
CONDITIONS: All readings from FloScan. Full fuel and water, 2 passengers, light gear, clean bottom. Engine at operating temperature, behind Long Beach Federal Breakwater in flat seas, light winds. Sea trial conducted 2/11/2010. Performance results are to be used as guidelines and may not be able to be duplicated.
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.