PROPULSION: Single Lugger L6125A diesel engine with Hamilton #362 water jet drive
ENGINE ALARMS: high temperature, low lube oil
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (2) 2 1/2 lb. dry chemical (gauges in the green)
HEAT/SMOKE/VAPOR SENSORS: NONE
BILGE ALARMS: (1) engine room
(4) 12 volt Rule #1500 GPH,
(1) 1" Guzzler manual,
(1) 1 1/2" Jabsco hydraulic driven
GENERAL AND ARRANGEMENT:
This is a welded aluminum hull constructed of apparent good and adequate scantlings by Master Marine, in 1990. The vessel has one deck, navigation mast, curved stem, transom stern, hard chined planing hull, open deck forward, net reel and fish holds midships, cabin aft.
The self bailing foredeck is surrounded by 31” bulwarks and contains a bow mounted Weber Marine power roller, next aft a Freeman flush deck hatch to the forward compartment, next aft four 47" X 44" flush deck individual fish holds each with single section aluminum covers, next a hydraulic driven net reel, to starboard forward a helm with full engine controls, to port forward a anchor bin. Port and starboard of the net reel are 31" X 25" flush deck hatches to individual fish holds with single section aluminum covers.
The cabin is entered by sliding aluminum door from starboard and contains forward the galley area with single basin stainless steel sink and Dickinson Bristol oil range/oven, to port the main operating station with seat, full engine controls, instruments, gauges, various electronics, aft a settee and single berth. Hatches in cabin sole access engine room. Atop the cabin is an aluminum oil tank for galley range and Bowmar 20" X 20" escape hatch to living spaces.
Vessel interior is finished with a carpeted sole, overhead and bulkheads with Diamond Sea Glaze aluminum framed windows and plastic portlights.