LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT: (1) survival suit, (1) life ring with retrieval line, (1) USCG approved marine flare kit (due 7/2019), (2) First Aid kits.
GENERAL AND ARRANGEMENT:
This is a welded aluminum hull constructed of apparent good and adequate scantlings by Beaver Valley Marine at Clatskanie, Oregon in 1989. The vessel has one deck, one mast, curved stem, hard reverse chine, transom stern, cabin aft, fish holds midships, open work deck forward. Typical bowpicker design.
The self-bailing foredeck surrounded by aluminum bulwarks and contains forward a bow mounted Webber Marine hydraulic driven net roller with live aluminum fairleads, midships aft a Freeman flush deck aluminum hatch accessing the forward compartment, next aft a hydraulic driven aluminum net reel with levelwind and anchor rode drum to starboard, next aft a 14” step up to the spray foam insulated fish hold with single section aluminum cover, to port forward stand-up helm with console fit with full engine controls. The stern is fit with a 2 ¼” aluminum pipe guard with grated aluminum plating atop. The bottom plate is extended 12” – 14” and fit with integrated trim tabs.
The cabin is entered by an aluminum door and contains from port forward the helm, seat, full engine controls, gauges, instruments and various electronics, next aft a Dickenson Newport diesel fired cabin heater, to starboard is the galley area with countertop with single basin stainless steel sink and Seaward two burner propane fired range/oven, midships aft is engine compartment access and double berth. The cabin sole is fit with a flush deck hatch providing access to a stowage compartment. The cabin overhead is fit with a removable hatch to facilitate removal/replacement of main engine.
The vessel interior is finished with a vinyl sole, carpeted overhead and bulkheads with aluminum framed windows.