Marine Trader Trawler Refit Evokes Style, Decorator Flair

October 8, 2018

  • Photos by Steven Greenbaum
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Vision, the relentless pursuit of perfection and a large bankroll transformed this 43-foot trawler into a beautiful yacht with an extensive range of amenities.

Manufactured by Marine Trader in 1984, M/Y The Giuliana is a collector Sundeck Trawler restored with exquisite brightwork, impeccable woodworking and joinery detail with decorator nautical flare.

With a complete retrofit in 2015, the owner stripped her down from stem to stern, restoring with a megayacht-quality interior and amenities of a new, high-end designer home.

Extensive brightwork, teak parquet floors and bookmatched teak bulkheads create a teak lover’s dream.

Evoking style down to the waterline with a yellow and blue bootstripe, M/Y The Giuliana’s stylish portholes cut a striking exterior profile with a traditional, anachronistic aesthetic.

Chic, interior upgrades
Her stylish appointments include a teak interior, white leather headliner and fully-equipped galley forward to port, with a stainless steel backsplash, appliances and wine cooler.

The huge aft deck entertains six, with a sun deck forward and a flybridge with generous seating.

M/Y The Giuliana offers spacious living areas, a roomy salon and two staterooms. A full-beam master stateroom is aft with an ensuite head, shower and tub, and a full vanity, with teak closets and dressers for lots of convenient storage and a washer-dryer. A convertible v-berth forward sleeps two comfortably with a second head and shower forward.

Like a brand-new yacht
New pumps, batteries and lines modernize nearly every original feature, with almost everything updated or replaced from the bimini to the paint, with all air vents sealed to prevent leakage and evolutionary updates for electronics, including LED lights.

Completely stripped and refit with new systems, piping, machinery and interior, with ceiling reinforced, raised and replaced, the interior upgrades include three TVs with generous storage capacity for stowage during extended cruising periods, ideal for liveaboards.

Sporting over 50 windows with custom, Sunbrella snap-on coverings for style and sun protection, M/Y The Giuliana’s softwoods include wood blinds and state-of- the-art entertainment, communication and navigation equipment.

With a full-displacement hull, M/Y The Giuliana is outfitted with twin 120-HP Ford Legman engines and cruises at seven knots for a smooth and relaxing ride. Her high load-carrying capacity translates to abundant interior room and an ideal arrangement with lower and upper helm stations.

SPECIFICATIONS
Fiberglass, full displacement.
LOA 43 feet.
Beam 14.3 feet.
Draft max clearance 4’2”.
2-120 ford Lehman engines
400 gallon tank fuel tank, 300 gallon fresh water tank
Two staterooms
Settee sleeps two
Master stateroom is aft with queen berth, head, shower and tub
Guest head and shower
Teak parquet floors
Upper and lower helm

ENGINES / TANKAGE
Twin 1984 Ford Lehman 120hp engines
New crank shaft, oil pans and seal
Two new fuel pumps
Two new raw water pumps
Two new starters
Two new fuel polishers
New motor and generator mounts
New batteries and lines
New bilge Pumps
New Yamaha 9.9hp outboard
Two new starters
Westerbeke 20kw generator with 315 hours SMOH
Fuel 600 gallons.  
Water 300 gallons
Holding 40 gallons

RETROFIT WITH MODERN UPGRADES
New underwater lights
New LED lighting upper deck
All 3 A/C units acid flushed
Woodwork refinished or painted
Refinished teak decks
All portholes resealed / polished brass
New Lofrans 1000 watt windlass
New swim platform
New bimini above bridge
New bimini above sundeck
New wiring and plumbing
Two new electric heads
All new stainless appliances
All new electronics
All new gauges and controls at both helms
Refinished wheels at both helms
New lower helm seat for two
Two new captain's chairs on bridge
All new seat cushions on bridge
New teak dining set on sundeck
Interior teak woodwork refinished
All new furniture and upholstery
New covers on forward berth
New adjustable dining/cocktail table
New flat screen TV in salon
New DVD / Blue Ray with surround sound
New Boze Stereo with surround sound
New flat screen TV in each cabin
New counters, sinks, fixtures in both heads
New countertop, sinks, fixtures in galley
New windows and blinds

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