DESCRIPTION: "Hanamana" is a piece of Kona sportfishing history and shows as well today as when she came to Kona. Built by the Jensen Shipyard, in Washington, with solid marine aluminum from ¼" to 3/8" thick material. The layout is Kona style, with no aft bulkhead in the salon, providing an unobstructed view aft. The forward cabin features a berth, the galley and a full marine head to starboard. A few steps up, the main salon has a full control station, tackle area and a huge fish box that doubles as a lounge. The large un-cluttered cockpit has a gleaming mounted Lee fighting chair. The roomy fly bridge also has full controls and is shaded by a bimini top. The western style triple bow railing and wide side decks make it simple to go forward at rest or underway. Her layout is perfect for use as a multi-use vessel for whale/dolphin watch, sightseeing, diving and fishing. Well cared for and owned by the same family since new, she is worth a very serious look. The listed price includes the vessels 45' slip and corporation with permits to charter out of Honokohau Harbor in slip C-5.
Listing Broker: John Jordan 808-936-1405
PROPULSION: 2011 Twin Cummins 5.9 BTA 220hp diesels with 4,500 hours with Twin Disc transmissions at 2.5 to 1 ratio to 1 ¾" shafts and 26"x28" 4 blade props. Trolling at 1100 at 8 knots will burn 3.5 GPH. Fuel is in two aluminum tanks total of 360 gallons.
ELECTRONICS: Furuno FCV 585 color sounder, SiTex Color Max Wide GPS, ICOM VHF radio
Extra Equipment: CG type I life jackets, safety equipment, rod holders, outriggers, transom door, Lee 130 fighting chair, Hydro phone, dive boarding ladder
Fishing Tackle: 2 Penn International 130 single speed reels with rods, 2 bait reels with rods
Particulars given herein are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice.