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The CHB 45 (CHB stands for Chung Hwa Boatworks) enjoyed a good deal of popularity among trawler enthusiasts during her early 1980s production years thanks largely to a seakindly Monk-designed semi-displacement hull, an affordable price, and comfortable cruising accommodations. Note that there were two CHB 45 models: the Sedan pictured here with its amidships master stateroom and single head compartment, and the Pilothouse model with the master stateroom forward, two heads, and a smaller cockpit. Both came with full teak interiors including built-in furnishings and parquet cabin soles. While the CHB 45 isnt an unusually beamy boat by todays widebody standards, the interior accommodations are well arranged with the galley forward in the salon and easy deck access from the lower helm positions. The side decks of the Sedan are weather-protected by a bridge overhang, and the decks of both models are wide enough for easy passage around the house. Standard 120hp Lehman diesels cruise efficiently at 89 knots, and optional 235hp Volvos cruise at 1213 knots.
Overview All-weather pilothouse trawler couples cruising comfort with liveaboard amenities.
Features Spacious teak interior with split-level floorplan boasts expansive salon with U-shaped galley, parquet flooring, pilothouse watch berth, full-size head with tub/shower. Note spacious engineroom, teak-over-fiberglass decks, cabintop and flybridge. Transom door make boarding easy. Deep keel protects running gear.
Comments Also marketed as Puget 45 Pilothouse.
Performance Standard 120hp Lehman diesels cruise at 8 knots; 235hp Volvos cruise at 1012 knots.