- Pacific Northwest
“Hi’Ilani,” is Hawaiian for “Held in the Arms of Heaven." Built in 1955 in Holland, Michigan, this vessel was delivered to Salmon Bay, Seattle, WA in April that same year. Hi'Ilani is now living in Fingal, Victoria, Australia.
Length - 34'
Beam - 10 1/2'
Draft - 2 1/2'
Twin Engines - Chris Craft 327F - 210hp each
Fuel - Gas - Twin 60 gal. tanks
Hull Bottom - Double plank mahogany (professionally refastened)
Deck - Straight grain fir
Frame - Oak
Fasteners - Silicon bronze
Anchor - Danforth
Heater/Stove - Wallas Diesel
Red Dot Heater
Refrigerator - Norcold AC/DC
VHF Radio - Standard Horizon AIS/DSC
Depth Sounder/Fish Finder - Standard Horizon
GPS Chartplotter - Standard Horizon with AIS intergration
Berths - 6 (2 V-berth, 2 bunks, galley table converts to sleep 2)
Head - 1 Jabsco
Paragon Transmissions rebuilt
Carburetors and distributors (Pertronix) rebuilt
Rechromed by Queen City Plating
Mahogany swim step
Bimini Sunbrella top plus full cockpit cover
Xantrex battery charger
60 gal. fresh water