Canadian Ex Fisheries Boat TEMPLE ROCK


“TEMPLE ROCK” is a well-known Canadian ex-fisheries patrol boat built in Star Shipyards, New Westminster, B.C. in 1960 ,and in service for DFO until 1996. She is a unique vessel, complete with original logbooks, and kept in good order with ongoing and yearly maintenance. Boat designer: Robert Allan. Classification: tri-cabin cruiser. Hull: yellow cedar over white oak frames Length: LOA 46 feet /Beam: 12 feet /Draft: 4.6 feet. Engine: 671 GM with approximately 3,500 hours. Water tanks: 2 at 150 gallons each. Heads: 1 midship, 1 forecastle /Holding tank: 1 approx. 25 gallons. Survey completed twelve months ago (available on request). Boat is insured at this time. Next survey due in four years. Yearly haul-out scheduled in September for bottom painting and zinc replacement. Electrical upgrades are underway, with 12-volt and 32 -volt systems. Classic interior enhanced with quality upgrades for spacious living. New quarter-sawn fir floor, double bed, bright white wainscoting trimmed in Sapele Mahogany. Galley with Adriatic Diesel cook stove with oven, Nova-Cool double door freezer-fridge 2 years old, ample storage space. Looking for buyer who appreciates the integrity and history of wooden boats. For more information, please contact owner at by email.

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John Hannah
Powell River, BC