For a pocket trawler, she has a lot to offer!
Built in the Pacific Northwest, this mighty little trawler will not let you down. It doesn’t matter if you are contemplating the Great Loop or the Bahamas, the Camano will get you there safely and comfortably.
For a small footprint, she is a popular choice for the cruising couple. With her large v-berth, open galley and bright, large salon, and dual steering stations, the 31’ is a great choice.
The Camano Troll is a 31-foot boat with a flybridge that includes three pedestal seats, an adjustable center seat with slider, and a stainless steel steering wheel.
With a 10-foot 6-inch beam for stability and 5 feet of freeboard at the bow, weather is not going to threaten this boat. The Camano runs well over 18 knots with a single 200 hp Volvo Diesel. The interior offers the same usable room as many 33-foot production boats and is much easier to handle. With the factory standard bow thruster, one person can dock the boat even in very tight spots.
The Camano features an open cruising layout (salon and aft deck on the same level), with a full-size bridge. The open, bright interior provides great visibility from any part of the seating area with its picture window view. The interior is light and friendly. Cabinets and trim are mahogany, the cushions are covered with premium fabrics and the floor is oak.
Accommodations are as open as possible - the salon measures 8-feet, 10-inches by 10 feet and is on the same level as the aft deck which is 40 square feet. The galley and head are half a level down, with a U-shaped galley out of the traffic area but still open to the salon. With a large counter area extending under the sidedecks there is lots of room for full-sized stove with oven, refrigerator, microwave, and large sink. Storage space is provided including dishlocker outboard of the fridge. The shower is built in as a part of the head area. The dinette easily converts to a double berth while the forward berth has a filler available to make a double.
|Length on Deck:||28'|
|Dry Weight:||8,500 lbs.|
|Fuel Capacity:||100 US gal.|
|Water Capacity:||77 US gal.|
|Volvo TAMD 41P - total 200 HP|
The Keelform hull is the result of a science program of the University of British Columbia and Camano Marine. Keelform is a unique bottom shape with large displacement keel and very wide waterline beam. Test results show almost no planing angle change or "hump" in the horsepower curve between displacement and planing speeds which, in the case of a boat this size, is between 7 and 15 knots. While most semidisplacement boats are straining and reaching their horsepower limit, the Camano is cruising comfortably up to 18 knots. The hull reduces fuel consumption in the most widely used speed range - between 12 and 18 knots; can be stabilized to prevent the boat from rolling in rough seas; runs 19 - 20 knots top speed, with a single 200 hp Diesel engine; and provides a smooth, dry ride in rough water because of a special flare in the bow section.
The hull of the Camano is 100 per cent hand-laid, with no "chopped strand," and thicker than the hulls of comparable production boats. The boat has a heavily built, very strong inner liner laminated into the lower portion of the hull; the bulkheads are thoroughly laminated into place from both sides as are the other parts of the interior. The impact and tear strength of a Camano hull is ten times higher than most production boats. Running aground with the Troll is not a problem. Prop, prop shaft and rudder of the Camano are protected by a heavily reinforced skeg and keel shoe. The inboard diesel combined with the available electric bow thruster result in a handling advantage even over twin stern drives.