2007 Alden Flybridge Express 49

$680,000

Seattle, WA

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Class Power
Category Flybridge, Trawlers, Saltwater Fishing
Year 2007
Make Alden
Length 49'
Propulsion Type Twin Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Seattle, WA
Exterior Description and Features

Description:

  • This Alden 49 Flybridge Express has a V-bottomed hull with a raked stem with anchor roller, spray strakes, propeller pockets, a short deep skeg keel between the propeller pockets, twin inboard rudders, and a transom stern with TNT hydraulic platform with tender chocks. There are stainless steel capped rubrails on the hull sides, there are varnished teak toe rails, and stainless steel bow rails with lower course lifelines run well aft along the side decks to the cockpit. 
  • The deck layout is that of a flying bridge cruiser. The foredeck has the anchor windlass and two flush hatches over the chain locker. There is a low forward cabin trunk with ventilators and skylight hatches over the accommodations followed by a raised main cabin trunk with large windows, an aft door, and a flying bridge above. Side decks lead around the cabin to the cockpit where there is a port side ladder to the flying bridge, an aft settee and transom door, coaming lockers, and a hatch over steps to the engine compartment. The flying bridge has a centerline helm station with two pedestal pilot sets and a starboard aft L shaped settee with table. 

Hull Features:

  • Navy Blue Hull
  • Bow Thruster - Side Power (Electric)
  • Trim Tabs - Lenco
  • Swim Platform / Tender Lift - Has removable tender chocks, covered in teak.

Deck Features:

  • Windlass - Lewmar Windlass with Foredeck and Helm Station controls
  • Anchor - Rocna 25 Kg
  • Rode/Chain - 300' of G4 Chain on bow, 600' of 1/2" line at stern
  • Foredeck Lockers - (2), one for anchor chain and one for docking lines and washdown hose.
  • Foredeck washdown connection
  • Fishing Road holders - on Port side stanchions, for 4 poles.

Cockpit Features:

  • Teak Flooring
  • Cockpit enclosure - Goes from overhang to back of cockpit.
  • Speakers - (2)
  • Fishing Rod Holders - (4), two on each side.
  • Settee - Bench Settee to Port. Has Cushions (Not pictured).
  • Storage - (2) large storages to port and startboard, and (3) storages underneath settee, which has full complement of cleaning supplies, hose.
  • Access hatch for lazarette, which has plenty of space and houses generator, Inverter, Diesel Heater, Glendenning, etc.
  • Access hatch for Engine Room - Just in front of Lazarette, full engine access

Flybridge Features:

  • Full Flybridge Enclosure - In Black vinyl and hard Lexan panels. Done April 205 by Barrett Enclosures
  • Radar/Lighting Mast - Can fold. Has Radar, KVH Satellite TV Antenna, VHF, lights.
  • Settee - L-shaped Settee to Starboard, in white vinyl. Base for a small table.
  • Helm Chairs - (2) Helm chairs in white vinyl, with foot rests, adjustable.
  • Helm Electronics - See Helm and Flybridge Electronics Section
  • Helm Mats - Rubber Stanley mats for comfort while underway.
  • Storage / Console Access - Access doors for b
Interior Description and Features

Description:

  • The forwardmost compartment is a chain locker with deck access. A stateroom follows which has an island double berth, cabinets and drawers, and a starboard side door to a head compartment with stall shower. A passage follows and has a starboard stateroom with twin single berths and lockers and drawers, and a port side head compartment with stall shower. A U shaped galley follows to port followed by steps up to the main cabin. The main cabin has a starboard side helm station with double helm seat followed by two armchairs and a side cabinet, and a port side double pilot seat followed by a settee with table. 

    The interior is finished primarily in Cherry, plastic laminates, solid counters, and fabrics, and has storage in the form of drawers, bins, and cabinets. 

General Features:

  • Watermaker - Sea Recovery Aquamatic 700 Watermaker
  • Washer & Dryer - Edgestar Combo unit, located under stairs next to Galley.
  • Webasto Diesel Heating - Hydronic, diesel powered heating, in salon, cabins and heads.
  • Window Defogger - HeaterCraft Electric heater

Salon Features:

  • Settee - 3-4 Person Settee to Port, reupholstered in 2014
  • Sofa chairs - 2 swivel sofa chairs to Port
  • Settee/Chart Table - opposite of the helm chair, 2-person settee, Reupholstered in 2014. Counter with storage for charts, binoculars, etc.
  • Island shelf - In between chairs, has sound system
  • Table - Varnished wood table with fold out leaf, drops down to use as coffee table.
  • TV - Drop down 20" Sharp flat screen TV, hidden in ceiling when not in use
  • KVH Satellite TV Antenna - Model M3
  • Sound System - Bose, connected to TV and receiver
  • Diesel Heating Controls
  • Ice maker - Underneath forward facing port side settee, hidden in cabinet

Helm:

  • Helm Seating - Wood-framed settee for two, adjusts forward and back. Fabric Reupholstered in 2014.
  • Steering Wheel - Leatherette covered metal wheel
  • Storage - Underneath seating, has
Helm and Flybridge Electronics

Helm Electronics:

  • Compass - Richie 4.5"
  • Autopilot - Simrad AP26
  • Chartplotter/Radar - (2) Raymarine E120
  • Depthsounder - Raymarine ST60+ Tridata and (2) Ramarine E120
  • VHF - Raymarine 240 VHF
  • Bow Thurster - Side Power Controls
  • Trim Tabs - Lenco Controls

Flybridge Electronics:

  • Compass - Richie 5"
  • Autopilot - Simrad AP26
  • Chartplotter/Radar - (2) Raymarine E120
  • Depthsounder - Raymarine ST60+ Tridata and (2) Ramarine E120
  • VHF - Raymarine 240 VHF
  • Bow Thurster - Side Power Controls
  • Trim Tabs - Lenco Controls
Mechanical and Electrical

Mechanical:

  • Engines - Twin Cummins QSM11-670HO, 1,138Hrs on Port Engine, 1,139Hrs on Starboard engine. Yearly engine service by ship's captain.
  • Trolling Valves - Trolling valves added to transmissions. Work done by MER Equipment Inc. (April 2015)
  • Cruise Commander computers replaced for both engines and fine tuned trolling valves. Work done by Southeast Diesel & Electric. (Jan 2015)
  • Fuel Filters - Dual Racor 75-900MAX
  • Oil Change System - Reverso electric oil change system
  • Ventilation - 12 VDC Blowers and natural ventilation
  • Struts & Bearings - PSS Shaft Seals, Rudder Cutless Bearings in stainless steel "I" Struts. Seals Replaced May 2016.
  • Props - 30 x 37 four blade bronze props. Purchased new set of props for spares (July 2015).
  • Steering - Teleflex Seastar Hydraulic Steering, Power assisted
  • Tank Level Monitor - Tank Tender monitor system

Electrical:

  • Generator - Kohler 15 KW Generator (679 Hours On Dec 2014 Survey, did not read current hours, to be updated)
  • Inverter/Charger - Xantrex Prosine 2.5
  • Alternators - Two 90 Amp alternators for engine starts and one 145 amp on port engine for service
  • House Batteries - (4) 8D Lifeline AGM Batteries
  • Starter Batteries - (2) Pairs 4D Batteries
  • Generator Start Battery - (1) group 27 Lifeline AGM Battery
  • Galvanic Isolator - Professional Mariner Brand
  • Shore Power & Cable - 50 Amp 125/250V. Has Glendenning CableMaster shore power cord automatic coil system.
Maintenance and Upgrades Since Jan. 2015 (Current Owners)
  • Yearly Engine and Generator servicing, including impeller changes, done by vessel's Captain.
  • 2/2015 - Had interior cushions recovered. Work done by Always Perfect Yacht Interiors.   
  • 4/2015 - Enclosed fly bridge and back deck. Work done by Barrett Enclosures Inc.  
  • 4/2015 - Trolling valves added to transmissions. Work done by MER Equipment Inc. 
  • 5/2015 - Cruise Commander computers replaced for both engines and fine tuned trolling valves. Work done by Southeast Diesel & Electric.  
  • 7/2015 - Purchased a new set of props for spares.
  • 5/2016 - Shaft seals and props replaced. Work done by Southeast Diesel & Electric.   
  • 10/2016 - Boat pulled out in Anacortes, WA. Zincs changed. Bottom painted. Winterized. Small piece of wood deck replaced on generator hatch. Work done by Pacific Marine.
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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Dimensions
Nominal Length
49
Length Overall
49
Max Draft
4
Beam
14.5
Miscellaneous
Windlass
Electric
Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
678
Fuel Tank Material
Aluminum
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
180
Fresh Water Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Holding Tank Capacity
48
Accommodations
Single Berths
4
Double Berths
1
Cabins
2
Heads
2
Engine Make Cummins
Engine Model QSM11-670HO
Engine Year 2007
Total Power 1320hp
Engine Hours 1138
Engine Type Twin Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
2007 Alden Flybridge Express 49

$18,000 price drop!

Own this Captain-maintained, 49 foot flybridge Express from Alden Yachts. With it's blue hull, interior finished in Cherry wood, it stands out as a luxury sports cruiser with the ability to fish in any condition (Included are downriggers, and trolling valves where added).

As a pure cruising boat, it is very easy to operate, with a flybridge helm with a commanding view (Flybridge is fully enclosed), and a lower helm to dock easily and run the boat in comfort. Two Cabins and two heads, a large, well-appointed galley with fridge and drawer freezers, washer and dryer combo. There is a watermaker, generator and diesel heating.

Make an appointment to see this boat today, she will not disappoint. 

Features Include:

  • Twin Cummins QSM11 - 660 HP (Trolling Valves Added 2015)
  • Replaced Interior Upholestry (2015)
  • Barrett Flybridge Enclosure (Replaced in 2015)
  • (2) Downriggers
  • Bow Thruster
  • Electric Swim Platform/tender Lift (Tender Included)
  • Webasto Diesel Heating

"The 49' is the perfect size. It provides the necessary interior space to allow for very comfortable accommodations, you don't feel that any of the spaces are compromised to fit into a 49' yacht. At the same time it is small enough for a couple to easily handle, and with bow thrusters is a breeze to dock." --Jim Ewing, vice president of Alden Yachts

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