48′ Custom Lansa Trawler 1987

$129,500

Vic Parcells

Vic Parcells

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vparcells@crowsnestyachts.com
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This flush deck, tri-cabin trawler style motor yacht was built by Lansa in Taiwan. Excalibur has a raked stem, substantial bow flare, flat sheer line, and a slightly curved transom with a swim platform. The vessel profile presents a bow pulpit, open foredeck with anchor windlass (chain locker below) and mooring hardware followed by a forward cabin trunk (forward stateroom, guest stateroom and head below) with an escape/ventilation hatch. The main cabin (lower helm station, galley and salon) follows the low profile forward cabin trunk. The fore deck continues aft becoming side decks along the cabin structure and leading to a full width sun deck (master stateroom beneath). Aft in the salon space on centerline are steps leading down to the master stateroom with a pedestal queen sized bed on centerline and ensuite head to starboard. The pedestal bed is generally surrounded by built-in lockers and dressers. Beneath the aft end of the master berth are two stainless steel freshwater tanks, the vessel’s steering gear, and trim tab components. Forward and to port on the sun deck is a ship’s ladder leading to the flying bridge with the vessel’s second helm station, single upholstered helm seat along with upholstered seating arranged to starboard (bench) and in the port side aft corner (“L” shaped) with a hi-lo table. There is storage space under all of the seats. The flying bridge and seating area is protected by a Sunbrella and isinglas zippered enclosure supported by approx. 1” SS tubing framework. The swim platform is accessed by steps from the sun deck. The vessel’s tender is secured in a davit system mounted on the transom. An additional single arm electric davit is mounted at the stern. The engine room with twin 6V-92 Detroit Diesels, Onan genset, fuel tanks, batteries, and MSD holding tank is located beneath the salon and galley sole.

Full Specs

Year1987
MakeLansa
ModelCustom Trawler
Power/SailPower
Vessel NameExcalibur
Cabins3
Heads2
Length48′
Beam15′ 5″
Draft5′
Hull MaterialsFiberglass
Displacement
Fuel Capacity680 gal
Fresh Water Capacity400 gal
Cruising Speed
Top Speed

Engines

Number of Engines2
Total Horsepower1,100
MakeDetroit
FuelDiesel
HoursPort 1,000 / Starboard 500
TypeDirect Drive

Additional Information

  • Name: Excalibur
  • Builder: Lansa (Lucky Wayfarer Ind.), Kaohsiung,Taiwan
  • Model: 48 ft. Custom Trawler 
  • Year Built: 1987 
  • Hull I.D. No.: SEFLAN11J788
  • Length: 48 ft. 
  • Beam: 15 ft. 5 in. 
  • Draft: 5 ft. (approx.)

Interior Finishes

All joinerwork and trim is stained and varnished hardwood. Casework is painted or stained and varnished plywood. The cabin soles are teak and holly. Overheads are Majilite or equal. Galley countertops are granite. The interior throughout is vey well maintained.

Exterior Hull / Underbody

  • Propellers: Twin, three (3) bladed, bronze, 26” LH 22” and 26” RH 22”
  • Rudders: Twin spade, with stainless steel framework and sheathed with fiberglass
  • Struts: Bronze, one pedestal strut per shaft. 
  • Propulsion Shafts: 1 ¾” dia. stainless steel alloy with PSS shaft seals
  • Bearings: Four (4) total rubber cutlass bearings one in each strut and one in the aft end of each shaft tube
  • Though-Hull Fittings and Sea Valves: Bronze through-hull fittings and bronze ball valves and sea cocks
  • Transducers: (1) port and (1) starboard
  • Cathodic Protection: Anodes were replaced during the October 2021 haul out with aluminum
    • (2) 1” x 6” plates on transom for passive bonding system
    • (2) collar zincs per shaft
    • (2) 5” discs per trim tab. 
  • Color Hull Painted: Above waterline; black; Below waterline; black; Boot Stripe; red and white
  • Swim Platform: Molded fiberglass supported by five (5) SS brackets and fitted with a stainless steel telescopic swim ladder
  • Other: Bennett trim tabs

Deck Equipment / Arrangement

  • Anchor Windlass: Maxwell 1200, 12V DC with chain wildcat and single line handling capstan
  • Anchor: Plow type, appears to be a galvanized steel Lewmar Delta approx. 45 lbs
  • Anchor Chain: 3/8” galvanized chain, approx. 300’
  • Anchor Roller: Roller assembly in the bow pulpit
  • Mooring Fittings: Single SS bitt at the bow; Pairs of 12” SS cleats arranged port and stbd; (2) at the bow, (2) at the forward quarter, (2) at the aft quarter, (2) at the stern
  • Railings/Grab Rails:
    • SS single course railings on stainless steel stanchions all around the main deck
    • SS grab rails port and stbd on the main cabin
    • SS rails on flying bridge access ladder
  • Hatch: Single 2’ x 2’ approx. Lewmar hatch with fixed light on centerline overhead of fwd stateroom
  • Canvas:
    • Full zippered isinglass and Sunbrella panels enclose the flying bridge
    • Sunbrella panels secured to the railing around the aft deck
    • Mesh shades installed on the forward pilothouse windows 
  • Tender: Secured in chocks with canvas cover. Reported to be an 11 ft. AB RIB with console and powered by a 30hp Honda outboard
  • Other: Davit system for the tender; Single arm davit with electric hoist for a personal watercraft; 12V powered aft deck awning; SS ladder with teak treads for swim platform access; telescoping SS boarding ladder on swim platform; Fender Tenders at bow

Navigation / Electronics

  • Magnetic Compass:
    • Lower helm: VDO Electronic fluxgate
    • Upper helm: Ritchie Powerdamp with 3” card
  • Nav. Lights: Running: 4 Anchor: 1 
  • Steering: Manual hydraulic steering with 26” varnished wood and chrome wheel at the lower helm, 24” chrome wheel at the upper helm
  • Bowthruster: Wesmar 12V with controls at both helm stations
  • Depthsounder: Raytheon model V850 color echo sounder
  • Autopilot: Furuno Navpilot
  • Multi-Function Display Unit: Chartplotter/radar/depth sounder/AIS
    • Upper Helm: Furuno Navnet NT Max vx2
    • Lower Helm: Furuno Navnet C-MAP NT
  • Engine Controls: ZF electronic, single for each engine
  • Windshield Wipers: Three (3) 12V DC, one at each forward window in pilothouse
  • VHF Radios: (2) ICOM model IC-M502; (1) West Marine handheld with charger
  • Other: Wempe 4” brass ship’s clock; Airguide 3 ½” barometer; VDO gauges for vessel trim, speed log, rudder angle indicator; Bennett trim tab controls

Propulsion

  • Engines: Twin Detroit model 6V92TA 6 cylinder diesels each rated at 550 hp. @ 2,300 rpm. Turbo-charged and aftercooled. Port engine serial #6V149190. Stbd engine serial #6V149102. 
  • Engine Hours:
    • Port: 2,809 hrs on meters, reportedly rebuilt 1,000 hrs ago
    • Stbd: 3,099 hrs on meters, reportedly rebuilt 500 hrs ago 
  • Marine transmissions: Alison model M15 with 1.5: gear ratios
  • Engine Instruments: At both helm stations
  • Gauges for rpm’s, oil pressure, gear oil pressure, coolant temperature and volts
  • Engine Cooling: Heat exchangers
  • Engine Start/Stop: Battery start with key and start buttons
  • Exhaust: Wet discharging through molded fiberglass exhaust tubes on the vessel’s sides below the waterline
  • Engine Alarms: High coolant water temperature, low lube oil pressure
  • Pads Under engines: Yes
  • Ventilation: Natural air through openings and 2V blowers

Electrical

  • AC System: 30A/125V
  • Shore Power: 30A/125V with two (2) receptacles along with 50’ heavy duty power cable and numerous adapters. Single pole 30 amp shore power breakers (port & stbd) with sliding lock-out bar and reverse polarity indicators. 
  • Galvanic Isolator: Not sighted
  • Main AC Electrical Panel: Panel located at lower helm station with breakers for AC branch circuits, genset pre-heat and start/stop switches, AC analog meters for volts and amps (2-each) along with a single Hz meter. 
  • Genset: Onan model 8.0 MDKD, 3-cylinder diesel engine driving an 8 kW @ 1,800 rpm, 120V AC generator unit in an OEM sound enclosure. Raw water cooling thru strainer to heat exchanger, wet exhaust with waterlift muffler. Gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature and volts. Alarms for high coolant temperature and low oil pressure and auto shut-down. 
  • Genset Hrs: 3,045 hrs. on meter
  • DC System: 12V
  • DC Panel: Located at lower helm with analog meters for volts and amps, breakers for branch circuits and a battery bank test switch
  • Batteries: In covered plastic battery boxes
    • House Banks: Eight (8) 6V Dyno L-16 deep cycle wet cell batteries making up two 12V house banks
    • Main Engine Start Battery: Single Dyno 12V 8D wet cell battery
    • Genset Start Battery: Single 12V 4D wet cell battery
    • Bow Thruster or Windlass Battery: Single Deka 12V 8D wet cell battery
  • Battery Selection/Isolation: Vapor tight rotary switches
  • Battery Chargers: One (1) McCarron model 200-1240-003, 12V and 30 amp; One (1) Pro Mariner model Protech 1240i Plus, 12v and 40 amp
  • Alternators: Three (3) belt driven 12V alternators, one per main engine, single unit on the genset
  • Battery Monitors: Xantrex LinkPro and Xantrex XM 1800 monitor/control panel
  • Lighting: 110V AC and 12V DC incandescent
  • GFCI Protection: Yes
  • Circuit protection: Breakers and fuses

Auxiliary Systems/Equipment

  • Bilge Pumping System:
    • Three Rule 2000 12V bilge pumps with float switches located one forward, one midship and one aft
    • Single manual bilge pump with pick-up in the engine room fwd bilge
    • High water bilge alarms in fwd, mid and aft bilges
  • Cabin Heat: Bulkhead mounted electric heaters with zone controls in habitability spaces
  • Entertainment:
    • Fusion MS-IP700i marine stereo system with speakers thru-out the boat
    • Magnavox 21” (approx) TV in master stateroom
    • Samsung 32” TV with Sony CD/DVD player
    • Pioneer model DEH-P6800 CD/radio/MP3 player 
  • Fresh Water System: Hot and cold pressure demand
    • Pump: 12V DC Groco pressure pump with inline filter and accumulator tank.
    • Tank(s): Two (2) stainless steel tanks, 200 gallons each. Atmosphere vented, fitted with labeled deck fills. Total Capacity: 400 gallons.
    • Hot Water Tank: Raritan model R-12, 12 gallon, 110V AC tank with engine jacket water assist
  • Fuel System: Diesel. Four (4) welded aluminum tanks located two port, two stbd in the engine room. Tanks are atmosphere vented and fitted with shut-off valves. Dual Racor model 751000 FHX fuel filter/water separators on each main engine. Genset is equipped with a single Racor model 500 FG fuel filter/water separator. Fuel lines are copper and USCG approved hose. Labeled deck fills are located on port and stbd side decks. Total fuel capacity is 680 gallons.
  • Galley Equipment
    • Princess 3-burner LPG cooktop
    • Princess Gourmet LPG oven
    • Vitrifrigo under the counter refrigerator/freezer
    • Single stainless steel sink with pressure fixture
    • Emerson microwave oven
    • Oster toaster oven
    • Stainless steel bar sink with pressure fixture
    • Isotherm under the counter refrigerator/freezer
    • Large Igloo ice chest on aft deck
    • Norcold under the counter refrigerator at flying bridge
  • LPG System: Single cylinder in an approved Seward model 93271 locker with regulator, solenoid valve, pressure gauge and fume detector
  • Marine Sanitation System: Type III Vac-U-Flush MSD system with two (2) electric marine toilets, “Y” valve, fiberglass holding tank and ITT-Jabsco 12V DC macerator/discharge pump. System is vented to atmosphere and is equipped with a “Tank Watch” holding tank high level alert panel, Dometic vac-U-Flush status/control panel, Gobius holding tank level indicating system and a Groco tank level indicator. Labeled pumpout fitting located on stbd side deck. Holding tank capacity is approx 60 gallons. 
  • Other: Reverso engine oil change systems; Intercom system with four (4) stations; 12V powered awning for aft deck; Rail mounted Magma propane BBQ.

Safety/Compilance

  • Personal Floatation Devices (PFD’s):
    • (4) Type II Adult life vests
    • (2) Type III Child life vests 
  • Type IV Throwable Devices: (2) Horseshoe buoys
  • Sound Signaling Devices: 12V dual trumpet horn and expendable air horn at upper helm
  • LPG Control Panel/Alarm: Xintex model S1-A
  • Carbon Monoxide Placard: Yes
  • Oil and Garbage Disposal Placards: Yes
  • Other: Stearns Rescue Mate Throw Bag (100 ft. of 3/8” poly line); Vessel has a trash plan

Fire Protection

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers: Disposeable 2 lb. Dry Chemical units
    • (1) 5-B 2 lb. Dry chemical mounted in fwd stateroom
    • (1) 5-B 2.lb. Dry chemical mounted in guest stateroom
    • (1) 5-B 2 lb. Dry chemical mounted at lower helm
    • (1) 5-B 2 lb. Dry chemical mounted aft in the salon 
    • (1) 5-B 2 lb. Dry chemical mounted in aft stateroom