2013 Eagle 57L
Transpacific Marine is introducing the Eagle 57L Pilothouse Trawler. The trawler look remains evident in the covered side decks, completely covered aft deck, large Portuguese Bridge , and spacious flybridge but the newly designed interior combines the United States ', seagoing, Northwest Trawler Tradition with refined, classic, Italian style. The new design, emphasis, focuses on maximizing storage and on comfortable accommodations.
A new FRP/GRP swimming platform is integrated with the hull greatly increasing outdoor space for swimming and sunbathing. Comfortable cockpit seating is provided on a molded, cushioned seat with storage space under the seat.
The new Eagle 57L is fitted with twin 230 hp Electronic QSB 5.9 Cummins diesels as standard, providing a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of about 700 miles. Optional, larger engines can produce a top speed of up to 20 knots. An 8 KW gen set is standard.
The superior performance and directional stability are enhanced by the keel depth and unique hull properties. Coupled with the size and weight of the boat, the ride is smooth and efficient at any speed. Great seaworthiness is the result of careful design and construction, evident in all Eagle Trawlers.
|Length overall:||58' 11''|
|Length of Hull:||57' 8''|
|Draft with Keel:||4' 11''|
|Light craft Displacement:||49365 pounds|
|Full Load Displacement:||63750 pounds|
|Water Tank Capacity:||250 USG|
|Engine:||2 X 230 HP CUMMINS QSB 5.9|
Hull = Solid laminate using Vinylester resin in external layers and fitted with internal FRP grid.
House & deck = FRP laminate w/ structural coring as required; 2 coats white bilge paint; non-skid decks.
3 coats of Int¡¦l Paint¡¦s 2 part epoxy on bare hull below waterline stripe. 2 coats Micron Extra anti-fouling paint.
Propulsion engines = Twin Cummins QSB5.9-230 HP electronic diesel engines w/ ZF 80A gears at 2.50:1
ratio, 12 V electric shift; 12 V x 160 amp alternators.
Racor fuel filters and U.S. Coast Guard approved flexible fuel hose.
8 kw Diesel Genset with sound shield; 120 AH starting battery and accessories.
Molded FRP airfoil rudders with stainless steel stocks and cores.
Prop shafts of #17 Aquatech stainless, PYI dripless shaft seals, and 4 bladed bronze props.
Two station hydraulic steering.
Two station Cummins, electronic engine/transmission controls.
2 Fuel tanks of molded fire retardant FRP with gelcoated baffled interior, total 830 U.S gallons.
2 Water tanks of molded FRP with gelcoated baffled interior; total 250 U.S. gallons.
Hart Tank Tenders ¡V to monitor levels in 2 fuel tanks and 1 water tank in addition to tank sight gauges.
Foam/lead sandwich eng room insulation; reinforced aluminum foil outer layer covered w/ perforated aluminum sheet.
Springfield Marine adjustable height, pilot seats w/ padded, movable armrests; footrests; black vinyl in PH; white on FB.
Aluminum cabin sole beams. Teak & holly cabin soles (veneered). Interior teak varnished with low gloss, matte finish.
Galvanized, hot dipped, fabricated steel, engine bed saddles installed on molded longitudinal beams.
2 Electric toilets; 2 x 25 gal. toilet holding tanks, each w/ macerator & both with deck pump-out & gravity drains.
Pressurized water system with 20 U.S. gallons water heater.
Two electric bilge pumps with automatic float switches & 1 manual bilge pump.
Two Automatic 12 volt shower sump pumps.
Watertight engine room bulkheads.
International navigation lights & electric air horn.
Three (3) 12 volt pantograph windshield wipers.
Stainless steel shore power inlet = 50 Amp rating with Galvanic isolator 50amp; stainless steel phone and TV inlet.
Blue Sea main circuit breaker panel with volt & ammeters for 12V D.C. and 120V A.C.
Batteries = 4 each heavy duty, 12 Volt, 200 amp hours with selector switch.
40 amp battery charger and battery isolators.
Flybridge wind breaker made of a st. st. frame with lightly tinted acrylic panels on top of bridge coaming.
2 St. St., opening ports, one in fwd. bathroom and one by stair from P/H to lower deck.
2 Wide, bonded frameless windows, tempered glass, in fwd. stateroom;
2 wide, bonded frameless windows, tempered glass, including 2 St. St opening, screened ports, in aft stateroom and bathroom.
3 Bonded frameless windows, tempered glass, in salon; 2 aluminum frame, sliding windows in galley; 7 bonded frameless windows, tempered glass, in pilothouse.
2 Aluminum doors w/ windows in pilothouse and 1 sliding st. st., windowed door on aft salon bulkhead.
Port and starboard bulwark doors.
Salon & pilothouse seats, vinyl covered; berth mattresses, fabric covered.
Norcold or equal AC/DC 2 doors refrigerator, including separate freezer compartment.
Electric cook top range, 3 burners & microwave oven.
A FRP arch radar support will be equipped with lighting and will be pre-wired for the installation of navigation equipment.
Type 316 stainless steel deck hardware as listed:
Bow pulpit and double rails of 1-1/4¡¨ dia. tube; boat deck double rails of 1-1/4¡¨ dia. tube.
FRP swimming platform with teak deck, and a locker for a folding swim ladder
Cockpit access ladder to upper deck with hatch overhead.
Bow mooring bitt; mooring chocks at bow, midships & stern; single bow anchor roller assembly.
Emergency tiller access plate and emergency tiller; flagpole socket (with teak flagpole).
Steel shipping cradle & shipping cover.
Optional Main Deck Plan:
The main deck provides optional, new layouts, in the salon & galley, cockpit & P/H, that can be made all together or separately.
In the cockpit, the middle of the transom could be moved aft onto the swim platform to create a recessed, comfortable settee that has underneath storage. An opening table, seating of four, is fitted in front of the settee creating a fully covered, outside dining area.
The optional location of an aft galley optimizes the use of the cockpit area and interior salon and makes cockpit dining easy by serving through a top-hinged window and a sliding door.
On the port side of the P/H, a large, up/down/folding table with an L-shape settee makes a comfortable dining area for five, including the adjustable helm seat. The port P/H door has been omitted.
Lower Deck - Two staterooms:
The optional arrangement boasts an increase of space for the amidships, master cabin. Compared to the standard layout, a comfortable sofa or a chaise lounge may be fitted in front of the queen-sized island berth against to the forward bulkhead. The guest bathroom is moved to the starboard side between the guest stateroom and the staircase, from the pilothouse, whereas the laundry room is relocated on port side.
Sun Bed & Dining Area:
The new fly bridge arrangement could provide four seats plus two using the helm chairs for the dining area.
The molded seating would have a special profile to be integrated with an up-down dining table to provide a large day bed. The HT would cover all of the dining area.
The aft, large wet bar with an optional BBQ, features covered space for the fridge, ice maker and beverage storage.
The FRP Radar arch will be equipped with lighting and will be prewired for the installation of navigation equipment.
A powered canopy/bimini system will cover the dining area and lounge area aft of the upper helm.
Davit & Tender:
A Tender Dynamic 260 inflatable will be stored aft the wet bar inside the S/S flybridge rails. .
On request, the aft space could be modified to allow carrying a bigger tender, similar to the Dynamic 310.
A 350 Kgs davit will raise and lower the tender.
Optional Central Dining Space:
The middle of the transom is moved aft onto the swim platform to create a recessed, comfortable settee that has underneath storage.
The recessed settee position increases the dining area and walking space forward of the dining table and chairs.
A opening table 120 cm x 80 cm seating four, will be fitted in front of the settee.
A top hinged window opens to create good air circulation and an easy pass through space from the adjacent galley.
Teak decking on the cockpit and side decks could be provided instead of the standard, non-skid decking.
About Transpacific Marine:
Almost five decades of experience in building sail and power yachts in Asia is limited to very few companies, and TRANSPACIFIC MARINE CO. LTD. is one of these few companies. Forty seven years ago, Nancy and Ennals Ives, Transpac's founders, began living in Taiwan, while building 38' and 40', wooden sailboats.
Sailing their own boats in California, prior to living in Taiwan, prepared Nancy and Ennals, to understand the necessity of high quality and strong, safe methods of construction needed in ocean going yachts. Their experience in sail and powerboat cruising and construction, and knowing how yachts will perform in various weather conditions, has contributed to the success of Transpac yachts.
Early in the life of Transpac, the Ives recognized the necessity to involve a local partner. Consequently the current President, prominent Taiwan business woman, Mary Chou, joined the company. After Ennals' passing in 2006, Nancy has retired a year after that, she is still involved as a consultant.
In the 1990s, Transpac moved its building operation to the Eastern China city, of Ningbo, where they continue production of the Eagle Motoryachts.
Parts and equipment for Eagles are purchased in the U.S., Taiwan and in China. U.S. Coast Guard Standards are followed in fitting out the yacht, including the engine wiring and fuel systems. All systems are thoroughly tested at sea before shipment.
The Transpac staff has excellent communication skills in English, Chinese and Italian, ensuring that each buyer's request is accurately explained to the workforce. Limited production enables Transpac to pay attention to the small details, as well as to the overall construction and outfitting of the entire boat.
The standard Eagle layouts continue to be popular with our customers, however, if you wish to customize your boat, we can help. The plans for the Eagle Yachts are fully computerized and our Italian Naval Engineer will use advanced computer technology to help you to achieve your ideal layout. Who has just computer drawn our Eagle 57L which is shown on our website.