Built by: Hard Drive Marine & finished by Petrzelka Bros.
Where built: Bellingham, WA (hull, decks and cabin shell, tanks and engine installation); Mt. Vernon, WA (finish)
Power: twin diesel water jets
Service: commercial fishing
Cruising speed: 30 knots @ 2950 RPM
Fuel consumption: 21 GPH
Stability test: none
Crew: one to two
The fishing vessel is of a bowpicker configuration and is used primarily for salmon drift gillnetting. The hull, decks, bulkheads, cabin and tanks are constructed of marine-grade aluminum plate. The hull is a planing design with a curved stem, 8” gull-wing (inverted) chine for added lift, semi-V bottom, square transom, cabin aft and flush decks forward of cabin with six fish holds amidships.
The cabin with access through a watertight Diamond Sea-Glaze hinged aluminum door (22”W X 62”H) centered on the forward cabin bulkhead is well arranged with adequate stowage. To port forward is a helmsman station with electronic array. A refrigerator is located beneath the helmsman seat, then counter space with sink, microwave oven and two-burner propane cooking surface. To starboard forward is a dinette with facing bench seats and stowage cabinets under, then an oil-fired cabin heater, then an enclosed head with Jabsco manual marine toilet. Two stacked berths are locate athwartship at the back of the cabin. A large aluminum hatch is fitted to a raised combing in the cabin overhead for removing the main propulsion engines.
The engine room is located beneath the cabin sole with ccess by removing sections of the cabin floor. A three rung aluminum ladder beneath the forward center hatch provides easy access to the engine room. The engine room is spacious and well thought out. There are two diesel propulsion engines with ZF reduction gears coupled to Hamilton Model 274 water jets, three 4D 12VD batteries enclosed in poly boxes with screw-down lids, dual Racor filters, fuel and hydraulic tanks.
Forward of the cabin is a self-bailing deck extending to the bow. Below decks and forward of the cabin are six fish holds covered with six aluminum deck hatches fitted to raised combings. The fish holds have a total capacity of approximately 12,000 lbs. and can be set up with twelve Nomar brailer bags or “slush” bags.
Forward of the fish holds is the gillnet reel with levelwind and anchor windless centered on the deck. To port forward of the gillnet reel is the second helmsman station and hydraulic controls for the gillnet reel, levelwind, power roller and washdown system. The bow is fitted with a hydraulic “rubberized” power roller with two vertical aluminum fairleads.
Centered forward of the gillnet reel is an oval aluminum Freeman hatch for access below decks. Below decks is found a 55-gal. integral fresh water tank that also serves as a crash bulkhead, a 2” hydraulic-driven Pacer pump for general wash down and net washing, and a 100-gal. welded aluminum auxiliary fuel tank.
The vessel appears to be both sound and watertight in her hull, decks and cabin and is well suited for her intended service as an Area E salmon drift gillnetter. Pride of ownership is apparent and scheduled maintenance is adhered to.
HULL & DECKS:
Hull material: marine-grade 5086 H116 aluminum plate for bottom, sides and transom
Side thickness: 3/16” sides, transom and decks
Bottom thickness: ¼”
Frames: 3/16” X 1 ¼” angle vertically on 24” centers under cabin, 3/16” X 2 ½” X 6” on 14” centers forward of fish holds, 3” X 2” vertical frames in fish hold
Stringers: four ¼” X 4” X 6” engine stringers, six 3” X 2” bottom stringers (marine-grade 6061) Stiffeners: two 3” X 2” external aluminum stiffeners each side of hull and one 3” X 2” internal aluminum stiffener on each side of hull (except two each in fish holds)
Bulkheads: five 3/16” aluminum plate (marine-grade 5052)
Shelves: 3/16” X 8” aluminum deck shelf on covering board
Deck beams: 2” X 2” aluminum box beam
Spacing: random (14” to 18”)
Decks: 3/16” aluminum plate (marine-grade 5052)
Bulwarks: 9” high splash-rail on covering board with 1 ½’ aluminum pipe cap
Other: hinged door located on port side of hull for easy boarding, aluminum pipe jet guard welded to transom
Material: 1/8” marine-grade aluminum plate (5052)
Location: aft end of vessel
Interior finish: carpeted sides, formica over ¼” plywood on overhead, formica counter tops, “Decragard” teak veneer cabinetry, teak trim, ½” interlocking foam sheets on top of aluminum sole for sound-deadening and the covered with a marine grade vinyl in a teak wood grain pattern (new May 2016), Zolaton head and wall behind Dickenson Alaska oil-fired cabin heater
Ventilation: natural through cabin entry door and sliding side windows
Sea cocks on all through hull fittings (?): yes, bronze and nylon ball valves
Pumps: one 2” hydraulic-driven Pacer pump for washdown, three 1500 GPH Rule pumps with automatic float switches and warning lights for engine room, fish holds and void under forward deck. Pacer pump is located under forward well deck with access though a 26” oval deck hatch. Valves for Pacer pump are located in a locker in forepeak below the gillnet power roller fitted to bow.
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT AND DECK MACHINERY:
Power take off: direct-drive off ZF 220 reduction gears
Hydraulic pump(s): two Cessna model 277
Anchor winch: incorporated into starboard side of gillnet reel
Gillnet reel: 32”W X 52”H Webber Marine aluminum drum and anchor windless, “Twister” gear box, aluminum levelwind (all hydraulically driven)
Anchor and lines: one 20 kg Bruce anchor, 40 feet 3/8” galvanized chain, 150 feet ¾” Samson purse line
Other: Webber Marine hydraulic-driven power roller with “rubberized” roller and two aluminum fairleads, Freeman oval aluminum deck hatch forward of gillnet reel
ELECTRONIC AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
Radio SSB: none
Radio VHF: one Icom IC-M504, one Midland 6-meter, one Kenwood 6-meter (new May 2016)
Radio C.B.: one Midland 100ILWX (new September 2016)
GPS: one Garmin model 4212 (GPS, sounder, 36-mile radar with high definition dome, and one engine room camera), one Garmin GPSMap 441S (GPS and sounder)
Radar(s): see Garmin GPS
Depth sounder(s): see Garmin model 4212 and Garmin model 441S
Auto pilot: none
Compasses: one Rithie Helmsman magnetic, 4”
Navigation lights: USCG approved type for class
Other: Kenwood AM/FM/XM/ CD player with two Bose speakers, 15” Super Sonic flat screen TV/DVD secured to underside of top berth, waterproof outside speaker for Midland radio, Garmin model 300 AIS receiver for tracking tenders
Fire extinguishers: one 6 lb. dry chemical (A,B,C) at dinette, one 6 lb. dry chemical (A,B,C) at forward helmsman station (both in green)
Personal flotation devices: one 24” orange USCG Type IV life ring buoy with 60 feet of line attached
Survival suits: one Imperial Adult and one Stearns Adult (both good condition with reflective tape, PFD lights and whistles)
Bilge alarm(s): automatic float switches and warning lights in engine room, center fish hold and void under forward deck
Gas vapor detector(s): not necessary; diesel powered
Blower(s): not necessary; diesel powered
First aid equipment: one medical kit with instruction manual
Flare kit: four red Orion flares
Other: vessel carries a current USCG Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Exam decal (number: 212383, expires: May 2017). Owner states that he is scheduled for an update.
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