Power BoatsWashingtonHi StarHI-Star 40 Flybridge Sedan Two Staterooms
Generator hours are unrecorded. Fuel consumption at 7 pgh is a close estimate at 13.7 knots cruise speed. It would be considerably less at displacement speeds.
Northern Lights Generator just had a new starter. 4-8D House batteries are about 2 years old. One start battery the same age and one generator start battery also the same age.
There is a small 300 watt inverter at the lower helm in order to plug in a laptop to run Navigation software but the boat is absent a larger inverter.
These engines just had a mechanical check up. The mechanic said they started up quickly with very limited, cold engine smoke. 12 volt, 6 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator Hi Star was a well regarded Taiwanese builder in the late 80's whose business appears to have started, run for about 4 years, then stopped due to exchange rates of the Taiwanese / US dollar. Hi Star resumed construction with larger yachts. Arden, as reported by the seller, was a designer who at some point went on to Ocean Alexander, though I don't have more information (and will welcome feedback from people knowledgeable about this).
Total LOA of this boat, with dinghy davit is about 46 feet. Gel coat hull is black and could use some detailing and touch up.
Waterline Boats / Boatshed does not independently verify capacities and dimensions, which are reported from seller-provided information and/or literature. Entering the salon from a large, teak covered cockpit you see the galley on the starboard side, a hide-a-bed couch on the port and the lower helm straight ahead on the port. This area is very roomy and has great visibility with windows all around. Directly ahead and center are the steps down to the master cabin forward with a center queen berth. To the starboard side is a good sized head with electric flush toilet and a nice shower. On the port side is a VIP guest cabin with good size twin bed. Interior is largely wall coverings, and cabinet fronts are white laminate. Carpeted floors appear in good condition. Heat is supplied by a Webasto diesel furnace and engine heat through Red Dot Style heating units. The flybridge on this vessel is accessed by a stainless ladder port side from the cockpit. The bridge is roomy with lots of seating and has an full enclosure in good condition.
This boat has largely been used for many years on Lake Washington. It has a Sony stereo and multi CD Changer with big speakers mounted on the Radar arch plus plenty of speakers down below. 3 burner Electric cooker Raytheon Mariners Pathfinder 2500, Raytheon D600 Depth and Speed, Ritchie Compass (2), Uniden Polaris VHF (Flybridge), Garmin 188C Colormap Sounder. All Nav electronics appear as original equipment. Electric Maxwell 2200 windlass
150'0" of chain
150'0" of warp 2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 2 Electric) Most equipment on the boat appears to be either original or of original type and style....Read full description