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Provincial Boat and Marine  Manufacturers of 42' and 45' Fiberglass Fishing and Pleasure Boats in Eastern Canada
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Provincial Boat and Marine  Manufacturers of 42' and 45' Fiberglass Fishing and Pleasure Boats in Eastern Canada
 
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7/26/2017
SOLD 2006 Provincial 42

Mountain Lady is a lower-Chesapeake Bay fishing machine. She has been mainly used to jig for redfish and sea trout. She is powered by a Cummins QSC 8.3 turbo diesel with 540hp and about 2220 hours (mostly at idle).

Mountain Lady sports a covered mid deck with removable clear panels. She comes fully equipped to go fishing today:

Furuno Radar, Chart Plotter/GPS, and Fish Finder

Raymarine Smart Autopilot

Azimuth Fluxgate Compass

Bow Thruster with remote

High-Pressure deck wash down

Dual Piston Hydraulic Steering

2x250gal fuel tanks

Much more…..

Mountain Lady is berthed in Virginia on the lower Potomac River. For more info please contact Chris at chris@sjyachts.com



Price
Sold

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Please contact Chris at chris@sjyachts.com
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6/7/2017
SOLD 2002 Provincial 45 Lobster/Tuna Boat

2002 Provincial 45’ Lobster/Tuna Boat

Top speed 21 knots, 18 knot cruise

·         Cummins QSC 8.3 500HP with 8000 hours

·         Twin Disc 5082 with 2.53:1 reduction

·         2.75” Shaft

·         Starboard steering

·         Double ram bronze & stainless HHS system with 2” rudder shaft

·         720 US gallon fuel storage with clean outs

·         120 US gallon fresh water storage

·         60 US gallon waste storage

·         Narrow washboards

·         Three angled transducers

·         Optional tuna boom

·         11 provisions for tuna rod gimbles

·         Roof extension 7’

·         Three underfloor storage compartments

·         Marinelite windows on the front and sides

·         Wheelhouse height is 6’ 7”

·         3 berths 6’ 6”

·         Oil stove with oven

·         Microwave

·         Washroom

·         Stainless Steel bow rail

·         Folding hydraulic aluminum radar arch

·         14’ 6” Beam, 13’ 6” Stern, 3’ 10” Draft

·         Electronics included

o   Hondex plotter HE-7302 II

o   Robertson AP35 Autopilot

o   Radar – Furuno GaAs FET Front End 8-Tone Daylight Display

o   Primary – ICOM VHF Marine IC-M601

o   Secondary – ICOM Marine Transceiver IC-M127

o   Sounder – Furuno FCV-585

o   Navigator – Furuno GPS/WAAS

 

 

Located in PEI



Price
Sold
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5/1/2017
SOLD 2000 Provincial 42

SOLD 2000 Provincial 42

Equipment included with G-Mar:

  • Furuno NavNet vx2 6 KW 64 mile Radar (new 12/08)
  • NavNet GPS plotter & fish finder (50 & 200 w/speed & temp)
  • Backup Furuno Fish Finder (50 & 200 w/speed & temp)
  • Garmin GPS
  • VHF radio,
  • CB radio
  • stereo radio
  • full power steering front and rear
  • inverter, battery charger
  • 2-8D batteries
  • shore power w/110 volt lights
  • microwave oven and sink in galley
  • Simrad auto pilot
  • Goode automatic free fall windlass
  • two automatic bilge pumps and one emergency bilge pump and high water alarm
  • enclosed head with fresh water sink
  • fresh and saltwater wash downs
  • 4 bunks, dinette (seats 4)
  • settee (seats 6)
  • tackle station at rear helm station
  • rod holders everywhere
  • spot light
  • 2-250 gal fuel tanks
  • This boat has been kept in a boat house since new.

 

 

Powered by a Caterpillar 3208TA (375 hp) Twin Disc 2071 w/trolling valve (F&R). Cruises at 18 to 20 mph using only 12 gph. Engine has had a steady diet of AMSOIL synthetic oil since new with By Pass filter and oil analysis records.

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12/19/2016
SOLD 2004 42' Provincial Extended Cabin

  • Cummins C 450 H.P 400 hours (original engine)
  • Two stations
  • Bow thruster
  • Good windless
  • Sleeps 4
  • Electronics
  • All safetly equipment
  • Cruises at 20.7 MPH @ 2400 RPM

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Provincial Boat and Marine
Provincial Boat and Marine... manufacturing 42' and 45' fiberglass fishing and pleasure boats in Eastern Canada since 1974.