Intended Service: Commercial Fishing / Salmon Drift Area E
Gross Tons: 07
Net Tons: 08
Hull Construction: Fiberglass
Registered Length: 26'.5"
Year Built: 1985
Built By: Glaser Marine Systems at Bellingham, Washington
Estimated Cruise Speed: 27 knots @ 3000 rpm
Fuel Consumption: 10 gph
Hold Capacity: 4,000 lbs of unprocessed seafood, insulated with foam and rigged for brailers.
Last Dry-docked: Presently Reason: Seasonal repairs and maintenance
GENERAL VESSEL DESCRIPTION and LAYOUT:
The F/V is a gas single engine water jet with a molded fiberglass hull, with raked stem, flat stern, hard chine’s, planning bottom with slight vee, with cabin aft, self bailing open work deck forward. This is a typical jet bow picker used for salmon gillnetting in Prince William Sound. At the bow first mounted to the bulwarks is the 24” wide aluminum net roller, with 24” tall fairleads with 4” x 6” work lights mounted on top. Next, running aft there are six 10” aluminum cleats three each, port and starboard. Next aft in the self bailing work cockpit with 29” bulwarks, to the port is a helm, engine controls, electrical panel for hydraulics, wash down, lights and trim tab controls. Amidships aft on the work deck is a KEM hydraulic driven fiberglass net reel with aluminum level wind. To the starboard of the net reel is a hydraulic driven 2" Pacer net/ wash down pump with hose to power roller and deck hose. The self-bailing work deck has two inspection hatches to the void underneath the reel and a 12-volt bilge pump with float; aft self bailing work deck has 4” round bronze scuppers port and starboard sides amidships with threaded covers. Stepping up center amidships is the main fish hold 42” x 105” x 33”, with one watertight hinged 1/8” diamond tread aluminum hatch cover 34” x 88” with 3/16” stiffeners. Main hold is insulated and fiber glassed and has a bilge pump with float in a sump with cover. The hold is rigged for four salmon brailers, approximately 4,000 lb capacity. The cabin is entered by a hinged watertight aluminum door with window from center amidships stepping down into the cabin. To the starboard of entry is galley table facing forward, cushioned bench seat with storage underneath. Next aft is an L-shaped cabinet with stainless steel galley sink recessed into the Formica counter top. Next aft is an LP gas cook stove recessed into the cabinet; fuel supplied from 5 lb. aluminum bottle mounted to the starboard aft exterior cabin wall. To the port of entry is the cabin helm with seat, hydraulic steering, full engine controls, instruments, gauges, electronics overhead and on the bulkhead behind and bilge alarm. A Norcold DE 0040 DC 12-volt/ AC 120-volt refrigerator/ freezer recessed under cabin helm seat. Next aft is a 12-volt electric marine toilet behind the cabin pilot seat. Next aft is a large lower bunk with storage shelf above. The lower bunk has a hatch accessing the engine compartment, with a front cover that accesses the front of the engine and pumps. The engine compartment houses the main engine, jet propulsion unit, batteries in a fiberglass box with lid, bilge pumps, 12 volt exhaust blower. Recessed into the aft bunk bulkhead is a engine cooling water 12-volt forced air cabin heater. Mounted to the port side storage shelf above the bunk is an Espar Airtronic D2 12-volt diesel cabin heater with 3" ducting; fuel accessed from 5-gallon aluminum tank mounted to the port aft cabin bulkhead exterior. The vessel interior is finished in carpeting, vinyl sole, wood cabinets and trim with aluminum-framed windows; sliders port and starboard sides. The cabin lid has an engine access hatch for engine removal. The main cabin has ¾” aluminum hand railing around the lid, with a small LP gas tank mounted to the aft cabin bulkhead outside on an aluminum bracket. There is an aluminum freestanding mast for lights with antennas mounted to the cabin lid. The stern has two stainless steel 12-volt electric stainless steel trim tabs mounted port and starboard sides. Also mounted to the stern is the Hamilton water jet propulsion unit and exhaust silencers. The vessel sits on a galvanized EZ-Loader double axel trailer, serial # 6858 when in dry storage.
HULL / CABIN / DECK:
Hull Material: Molded fiberglass.
Cabin Material: Molded fiberglass / plywood core.
Decks/Bulkheads: Molded fiberglass / plywood core
Bulwarks: Reinforced fiberglass
Thru Hull Fittings: 4-Plastic above the water line, 4- bronze below the water line.
Sea Cocks: 2-bronze ball valve for seawater cooling and Jabsco pump.
Water Jet Unit: 1031 Hamilton 10” High trust reverse bucket
Serial#: 2049 Last Overhaul: Unknown
Trim Tabs: (New 2013) Lenco stainless steel tabs w/ 12-volt electric rams, pilot station remote switches
ENGINE (‘s) & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT:
Main Engines: One
Make: Ford Kodiak
Model: 10496JP-11-C/ 496 V-8 Vortex 8100
Horsepower: 496 hp. @ 4600 rpm
Hours: 2300 (meter)
Last Overhaul: Installed new February 2013
Exhaust: Wet /through the stern with external mounted rubber silencers.
Engine Cooling: Seawater through flushable bronze seawater strainer/ fresh water heat exchanger
Starting System: Dual 12-volt marine batteries
Alarms: High temperature and low lube oil.
Engine Room Ventilation: Attwood 12-volt exhaust blower and natural through cabin side vents
Clutch & Throttle Controls: Morse- Kobelt control heads w/ enclosed cable controls and Webber hydraulic assist shifting, 2-stations
Steering: Teleflex/ Sea star hydraulic, 2 station w/ hydraulic steering ram.
Location: Port side cabin / Port side bow (New cabin hydraulic helm 2013)
HYDRAULICS / WASHDOWN PUMPS:
(1) Vickers 13-gpm hydraulic pump with 12-volt electric clutch, dual belt driven off the front of the main engine. Hydraulic system has a 6-gallon aluminum reservoir with return filter (Hydraulic pump and system refurbished 2013)
(1) New February 2013/ Honda GX 390 QAE 13-hp.-gas engine, exhaust is vented out the starboard stern above the bulwarks and is wrapped with lagging. The Honda drives a Parker 11-gpm hydraulic pump that runs off existing system, for backup hydraulics.
(1) Hydraulic driven 2" Pacer pump mounted port side of net reel with net wash down and deck wash down
Number of Tanks: one
Construction Material: Fiberglass (new 2013)
Location: Amidships forward of the engine compartment
Fuel Gauge: Yes
Total Capacity: 150-gallons total capacity
Shutoff Valves at Tanks: No, top draw fuel tanks
Fuel Feed Lines: USCG type A-1 Neoprene
Tank Vents: Yes, vented to atmosphere
Fill Connections: Flush with threaded cap / located port side amidships
Filters: Engine primary spin on with remote mounted Racor S3232TUL fuel/ water separator filter
Marine shielded copper strand wiring; 12-volt DC system with circuit breaker distribution panels and battery disconnect switch. Wiring and electrical systems were installed new spring of 2013 and appears to be done in a workmanship like manner.
BATTERIES & CHARGERS:
(2) 12- volt marine batteries secured in fiberglass box with lid port aft engine compartment, charged by engine belt driven alternator with Perko vapor tight battery disconnect switch port lower bunk. (Batteries new 2013)
(1) Cobra DC 12-volt to AC 120-volt 1500-watt power inverter mounted starboard lower bunk
(New 2013) Force 10 2-burner LP gas range; fuel supplied from 5 lb. aluminum bottle mounted to the starboard aft exterior cabin wall, (new 2013) Norcold DE 0040 DC 12-volt/ AC 120-volt refrigerator/ freezer recessed under cabin helm seat, Espar Airtronic D2 diesel cabin heater with 3" ducting mounted port above lower bunk; fuel from 5-gallon aluminum tank mounted to the port aft cabin bulkhead exterior, stainless steel galley sink, Red dot 12-volt forced air engine cooling water cabin heater, Par marine electric toilet with 12-volt macerator, 12-volt lighting.
NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
(1) ICOM IC- M502 VHF/FM radio transceiver
(1) Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF/FM radio transceiver (New 2013)
(1) President Grant AM/FM/SSB CB radio transceiver
(1) Kenwood 2-meter group radio transceiver
(1) Garmin GPS 740s GPS plotter/ digital depth sounder (New 2013)
Depth / Color Sounders:
(1) Garmin GPS 740s GPS plotter/ digital depth sounder (New 2013)
(1) Ritchie 3” bubble at cabin helm
(1) JVC KD-R740BT CD receiver/ iPod player w/ cabin speakers (New 2013)
(1) 12-volt windshield wiper port window
Navigation Lights: Yes, forth type
(1) 4” x 6” sealed beam 12-volt picking light mounted to the power roller
(2) 4” x 6” sealed beam work lights mounted at the bow under bulwarks port and starboard sides
(1) 4” x 6” sealed beam 12-volt stern light mounted to aft cabin lid
(1) 12-Volt Guest cabin remote operated spotlight mounted forward to the mast
Attached to the cabin lid is an aluminum folding mast with antennas and lights attached
GROUND TACKLE/ DECK & FISHING GEAR:
Anchor Rode: 15 kg Bruce anchor with 3/8” chain x 35’ and 100’ of 5/8” Samson anchor line
(1) 24” hydraulic power roller with aluminum fairleads/ Pacer net wash system
(1) Fiberglass 44” x 48” net reel powered by a Kem drive with Eaton hydraulic motor with hydraulic aluminum level wind.
Aluminum 2” pipe jet guard mounted to the transom.