Built By: Dickinson Custom Boats of haggle Creek, Oregon.
Estimated Cruise Speed: 24 Knots @ 3200 rpm
Fuel Consumption Average: 16 gph
Hold Capacity: 14,000 pounds of salmon in an insulated hold, rigged for brailers.
GENERAL VESSEL DESCRIPTION and LAYOUT:
The F/V is a gas twin engine with stern drive duoprops, with a molded hull constructed of fiberglass. The vessels hull has a raked stem with slight vee, hard chine planning bottom with flat stern and 2’x 21” aluminum transom step. Main cabin / helm is aft, fish hold amidships with self-bailing open work deck and helm to port forward. This is a typical bow picker used for salmon gillnetting; at the bow first mounted to the bulwarks is a 24”x 6” aluminum hydraulic driven power roller with aluminum fairleads. Next running aft are 10” mooring cleats three each, port and starboard sides. Next aft port is a helm, engine controls, hydraulic controls and wash down control with access hatches. The self-bailing work deck has 26” bulwarks, with two 4” threaded plastic scuppers port and starboard aft. Mounted centerline is an aluminum salmon reel with level wind against the forward fish hold bulkhead. Stepping up 26” with an aluminum step going aft is the fish hold with aluminum hatch covers. The fish hold capacity is 14, 000 lbs of unprocessed seafood, over coating is gel coat. The fish hold is binned into three compartments fore aft with brailers for salmon and a 12-volt Rule #2000 with float is recessed into a covered sump.
The cabin is entered amidships by a aluminum watertight door with window that opens outward to the starboard. To the port of entry is the helm with adjustable bucket seat, full engine controls, instruments, gauges, and various electronics. Next aft is an LP gas cook stove with oven and a Dickinson diesel galley stove recessed into the counter. To the starboard of entry is the settee with storage; next aft is the galley counter with drawers and storage underneath, next aft is an enclosed head with marine toilet. Next aft is an enclosed head with marine toilet. Across the back of the cabin and to the port is a double bunk with a single bunk above with 4” covered cushions. Hatches in the cabin sole and under lower bunk access the main engines, batteries, filters, 12-volt ventilation blower and bilge pump. The fuel tanks are located under the cabin sole, forward of the engine compartment port and starboard sides with fuel filters accessible in the same compartment. The vessel interior is finished in carpeting, wood cabinets w/ Formica, carpeted sole, with rubber sealed front windows and aluminum-framed side sliders port and starboard. The cabin lid has an engine access hatch for engine removal. There is an aluminum freestanding mast for lights and antennas mounted to the cabin lid. The stern has stainless 12-volt electric trim tabs mounted port and starboard outboard of the stern drive duoprops units. There is aluminum transom step mounted to the transom for stern drive servicing.