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Tollycraft 45 CPMY

The Scarlett Belle

1995 • 45' (13.72 m) • Power
US

$234,500 USD

THE SCARLETT BELLE is a sought after and desirable 1995 Tollycraft 45CPMY. Tollycraft vessels are revered for their handling, performance, and fuel efficiency. Designed by the renowned naval architect Ed Monk as a 44CPMY, the swim platform was made longer in 1994, and the 45CPMY was born. The interior was reconfigured in 1995, the year THE SCARLETT BELLE was built in the Kelso, Washington facility. Tollycraft Yachts founder R.M. "Tolly" Tollefson once called the 44CPMY his personal favorite of all the boats Tollycraft ever produced.

New to the market, THE SCARLETT BELLE owners have invested in the upgrade and maintenance of the vessel's systems in the year they have owned her including: the entire sanitary system was rebuilt; a new Mase 8.5 kw generator with sound shield was installed, with a remote starter installed in the main electrical panel; new starters on the engines and generator; two new props; a new shaft; and the rudders and stuffing boxes were removed, cleaned and reinstalled.

She can cruise intercoastal waters and to the Bahamas, has a bridge clearance acceptable for the Great Loop, and is the perfect vessel for any cruising adventure

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Vessel Information

Builder: Tollycraft
Model: 45 CPMY
Model Year: 1995
Category: Power
Sub Category: Aft Cabin
Condition: Used

LOA: 45' (13.72 m)
Engine Info: Caterpillar 3208T Direct diesel 375|horsepower Inboard 1995 3401

Location: Swansboro, NC US
City: Swansboro
Country: US

1995 Tollycraft Vessell Walk-Through

THE SCARLETT BELLE can be boarded from her large swim platform or over the gunnels into the cockpit, then up a ladder onto the sundeck. There are also railing openings on either side deck. The flybridge is up a few steps from the sundeck to port. There is a smoked Plexiglas bi-panel door from the sundeck, down a few steps into the salon. A sliding door at the interior helm station also leads into the salon from the starboard side deck.

A centerline set of steps lead down to the galley to port and dinette to starboard. The ensuite V-berth is forward of the galley, with the head to port.

The full beam master stateroom with ensuite head is aft of the salon and down a few steps.

1995 Tollycraft Accommodations

SALON

The roomy salon on THE SCARLETT BELLE provides a comfortable space for entertaining or relaxing. The large front and side windows provide plenty of natural light. There are white sun shades on the front windshield and side door. There are accordion blinds on the salon windows; the sole is "bamboo" tiles, and provides access to the engine room with lift-off panels.

A dark blue sleeper sofa is aft, which converts to a berth. A wood and blue leather occasional chair is near the sliding door which provides access to the starboard side deck. Wood and black wrought iron tables can be moved about the salon. The colorful area rug features a kraken design. The lower helm station, to starboard, was an option in the 45CPMY.

The Sony TV is in a double black Plexiglas door corner cabinet. A bank of cabinetry is to port, across from the settee. The light wood cabinets have black Plexiglas doors and include: a U-line ice maker, a three-bottle wine rack, storage, the entertainment system, and the electrical panel.

A breakfast bar/counter is to port; it can also be used as a work station. The curved countertop is neutral "stone". Two wooden stools with leather upholstery provide seating at the counter.

GALLEY

The U-shape galley on THE SCARLETT BELLE is down a few steps from the salon to port. The openness to the salon means that the cook can always be part of the conversation. The wood steps lift up to provide additional access to the engine room. The galley features: a double stainless steel sink with a faucet and separate spray nozzle, a microwave oven, an aluminum backsplash, a Norcold refrigerator/freezer, a Schott Ceran four burner electric induction cooktop, an opening window over the sink with neutral curtain, a "bamboo" tile sole, and drawers and cabinets for storage. A dishwasher was removed by a previous owner, which allows for additional storage. Any walls which are not light wood are covered with coordinated neutral wallpaper. The same wallpaper is used throughout the interior of THE SCARLETT BELLE.

DINETTE

The dinette on THE SCARLETT BELLE is across from the galley, on the same level, but on a platform. It features: a window over the table, fabric cushions, a vinyl-covered tabletop, storage in the sole, storage under the seats, a doored cubicle, and an open cubicle over the table for storage. The Magic Air central vacuum system is located in the dinette area under the aft seat.

MASTER STATEROOM

The full beam master stateroom on THE SCARLETT BELLE is aft of the salon, down a few steps to port through a sliding privacy door, and is located under the sundeck. The master stateroom features: a queen walk-around berth, light wood and wallpaper, a tropical flower padded headboard, 2 reading lights, a dark green Corian dresser top, two mirrors with vanity lights, mirrored bulkheads, 2 large hatches that open onto the cockpit, opening side windows, a neutral carpeted sole, lighted hanging lockers with louvered doors, numerous drawers and cabinets for storage, a Vizio flat-screen TV, and an ensuite head.

MASTER HEAD

The master stateroom on THE SCARLETT BELLE features an ensuite head with a separate stall shower. A large opening window over the sink can provide natural light, which is reflected by the large mirror and mirrored ceiling. The sole is vinyl, and there is a sliding privacy door. The vanity has a dark green Corian countertop and sink. Storage is available in the large teak cabinet behind the head, in a small drawer, and under the sink. A towel ring and towel bar is on either side of the sink. The head is a Vacuflush. The shower features: a light, a portlight, a solar fan, a hand held or mounted shower head, and a shelf/ledge for toiletries.

V-BERTH/GUEST STATEROOM

The ensuite guest stateroom is the V-berth on THE SCARLETT BELLE, which is forward of the galley. The same "bamboo" tile sole continues into the V-berth. The sides of the berths are neutral fabric, with a neutral grey fabric on the berths themselves. The bulkheads are mirrored. The light wood and wallpaper continue into the guest stateroom. There is a hatch in the headliner. Curtains cover the portlights on either side. Each berth has a reading light. Storage is available under the berths, and in the deep hanging locker. The anchor locker access is forward.

GUEST HEAD

THE SCARLETT BELLE's guest head, ensuite to the V-berth, is a "wet head." There is a dark green Corian counter with sink, a portlight, a mirrored bulkhead, a Vacuflush head, towel bars, a mounted makeup mirror, storage cabinets, and a shower curtain.

1995 Tollycraft Swim Platform and Cockpit

The swim platform was extended on the Tollycraft 44CPMY to make the 45CPMY, so THE SCARLETT BELLE has a large swim platform. It features: a swim ladder, cleats, hand holds, and a tuna door on the gunnel that swings into the cockpit.

The cockpit on THE SCARLETT BELLE is roomy enough to move about while fishing or to add chairs for relaxing at the dock. It features: additional cleats on the gunnels, rod holders, built-in storage on both sides, a hot/cold shower, dock water connection, electrical connections, a fresh water tank fill, a wash-down connection, and a ladder up to the sundeck. A deck hatch opens to the lazarette compartment, where the generator is located.

1995 Tollycraft Sundeck

With more than 130 SF of usable space, the sundeck on THE SCARLETT BELLE will be your favorite place to sit and relax. White stamoid panels form privacy shades at deck level, with "glass" panels for viewing the cockpit. There is a full enclosure, with zippered windows for ventilation. A large deck box with a medium blue fabric cushion is to starboard, and provides both storage and seating. There are numerous cup holders. A clever Plexiglas table over the aft salon window is very versatile and can be used a variety of ways. The Plexiglas allows light through the salon window, which has a Roman shade.

The brown wicker chairs shown in the photos do not convey with the vessel.

The sidewalks on both sides are accessible two steps down from the sundeck, which aid in line handling. There are two steps down to the door into the salon, and four steps up to the flybridge.

A ladder goes from the sundeck level to the hardtop, where the dinghy is mounted, with a crane for easy deployment.

1995 Tollycraft Flybridge

The fully enclosed flybridge with Eisenglass windows offers great views for navigation. An L-shaped settee with white vinyl cushions is aft to starboard, for guests. The captain and navigator both have helm chairs. The entire flybridge is clean and free of clutter. The aft windows unzip for additional access to the sundeck hardtop, where the tender and crane are located.

1995 Tollycraft Deck and Hull

The Tollycraft 45 CPMY is built on a (trademarked) Quadra Lift hull, which makes for a dry ride and dampens roll. Tollycraft vessels are built for the rugged waters of the Pacific Northwest. The Quadra Lift is unlike a typical hard-chined hull. The Quadra Lift hull has a pair of chines with a compound curve in between. The two chines together keep the hull from plunging too deep in heavy seas, dampen roll action and strengthen the hull sides. The hull of THE SCARLETT BELLE is blue.

The foredeck features fender racks, a windlass with foot controls, a water connection for vessel wash-down, and ground tackle on the pulpit. The primary anchor is an aluminum Fortress fluke anchor with 25' of stainless steel chain and 200' of line. A secondary anchor, stored in the lazarette is a galvanized anchor with 150' of line.

A spotlight is mounted on the front of the brow of THE SCARLETT BELLE, and dual trumpet horns are mounted to port.

1995 Tollycraft Engine and Mechanical

(2) Caterpillar 3208T engines with 3401 hours and 3405 hours

Dual Racor filters

Micro Commander for single handed operation (Upper helm)

Fireboy Halon 1301 fire suppression system

Fireboy engine shutdown system

Force10 Water heater

(2) Macerators

(2) 200 gallon main fuel tanks

Spectra water maker

The engine room and engines are freshly painted; covers have been freshly powder coated

The bottom was painted in August 2020

1995 Tollycraft Electronics

Garmin GPSmap XSV (Upper helm)

Raymarine Tri Data (Upper helm)

Raymarine ST7000 Autohelm (Upper helm)

Quest VHF Radio (Upper helm)

Trimble Navigation NT100 GPS (Lower helm)

Raymarine Tri Data (Lower helm)

Raymarine ST7000 Autohelm (Lower helm)

Standard VHF (Lower helm)

Vizio TV in Master Stateroom

Sony TV in Salon

Niles SPS-6 Speaker Selection System

Media player CD/Radio

SeaWatch antenna

1995 Tollycraft Electrical

Mase Mariner 904 8.5Kw generator with remote starter in the main panel (2020)

8D Deka AGM Batteries (07/2020)

3 Cruisair reverse cycle AC/Heat (Forward, Salon, Aft)

SMX reverse cycle AC/Heat controls

Marinco 50 amp shore power cord

Xantrex TrueCharge 2 battery charger

1000w Inverter

1995 Tollycraft Additional Unit

1997 10' Novurania rigid inflatable tender

2001 Yamaha 40 hp motor with less than 100 hours

1995 Tollycraft Exclusions

The personal items of the sellers are excluded from the sale. These items specifically include, but are not limited to the brown wicker chairs on the sundeck.

1995 Tollycraft Disclaimer

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.

Additional Units Included

  • 1997 Novurania 320TR

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