(1) Welded aluminum 11 gal. day tank, aft cabin outside
FUEL LINES: USCG Type A1 ½”.
FUEL VENTS: to atmosphere
WATER CAPACITY: 11 gallons
TANK: (1) plastic tank in galley, under countertop.
WATER PUMP: 12v Jabsco domestic water pump
WATER HEATER: None
(1) Rule 2000 GPH with float switch in engine room.
(1) Rule 1000 GPH with float switch in engine room.
(1) Rule 2000 GPH in fish hold with manual switch.
WASHDOWN PUMP: (1) Jabsco PAR MAX 4. 12 volt, with ¾” seacock ball valve.
HYDRAULIC PUMP: (1) Vickers 13 GPM with an electro-magnetic clutch with V-
belts off main engine
TANK: 2 ½ gallon hydraulic oil tank, secured on deck starboard side
ANCHOR DRUM: Webber Marine 6” x 24” aluminum drum connected to reel
ANCHOR AND LINES 15kg Lewmar anchor with 60’ of 3/8” chain and 160’ of ¾”
Samson purse line
DECK, MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT:
FISH HOLD: 3000 lb. capacity comfortably. Insulated with polyurethane foam. (3) diamond plate aluminum hatch covers.
HYDRAULIC REEL: Webber Marine Mfg. 44” x 48” fiberglass gillnet reel secured to
aluminum frame with Twister drive and manual diamond
drive level wind.
POWER ROLLER: Webber Marine Mfg. 25” x 8” hydraulic roller.
MOORING CLEATS: (7) 9.5” aluminum Baywood cleats
VHF RADIOS: (1) Standard Horizon GX 2000
CB RADIOS: Handheld not on board at time of survey.
GPS: (1) Garmin 3210
FATHOMETER: (1) Garmin GSD 22 interfaced to GPS
(1) Hummingbird at forward steering station
COMPASS: (1) 3” Ritchie in cabin and one at forward station
OTHER: (1) 12 volt Wilson 4G cell booster with antenna.
(1) Kenwood KDC-148 MP3/CD player with (2) Kicker 6”x9” speakers.
TYPE: 12 V D.C. and 120 V A.C.
SOURCES: D.C. from engine alternator to battery bank.
A.C. from Cobra 800 watt inverter.
BATTERIES: (3) Interstate SRM-27 600 CCA (two batteries designated for
main engine and one for the house). Batteries secured in
fiberglass box on port side in engine room.
OVERLOAD PROTECTION: Battery selector switch, circuit breaker panel with switches.
WIRING: Secured insulated wire.
LIGHTS: 12 V D.C. lights: (2) in cabin, (2) in bunk, LED strip lighting in
engine room, (2) Vision X LED 2”x2” picking lights, (1) Vision
X LED 2 ½” x 8” bow light on bow roller.
Navigation lights: red fishing light, white anchor light and Port/Stb navigation lights.
PFD: (1) adult size Imperial survival suit
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (3) Kidde A,B,C 3 lb. One in each, engine room, cabin and
BILGE ALARMS: Red indicator lights with automatic float switches
FIRST AID EQUIPMENT: First Aid kit model FAO-134
FLARE KIT: (4) handheld Orion Day/night flares
(1) Orion manual air horn.
FINDINGS / RECOMMENDATIONS:
(1) One of the triple axel King trailer wheel bearings was being replaced at the time of the survey. Owner was planning on having it repaired before the boat is moved in spring.
(2) Recommended owner secure 12V cabin light on starboard side, above the galley area.
The fishing vessel is a typical aluminum bowpicker for the region with house aft, fishhold midship, and a self-bailing open deck forward. The vessel has a planing hull with a curved stem, hard chine, semi-V bottom and rounded transom. The vessel’s two bulkheads separate three compartments: forward compartment, fishhold, and engine room. In the forward compartment are deck supports and all water drains to the engine room compartment. The fishhold is one hold, insulated with polyurethane spray foam, and can be separated into three sections with metal bin boards running fore and aft. The hold has a sump with Rule 2000 pump. Owner reports fishhold can comfortably pack 3,000lbs.
The forward deck is self-bailing, constructed of 1/8” aluminum diamond plate. Access is through Baier oval aluminum deck hatch in forward deck and aft behind reel is a 8” round plastic inspection hatch. Most forward is a Webber Marine Mfg. power roller. A forward aluminum steering console is forward port side with steering, Teleflex controls, and hydraulic controls. Slightly aft, is a Webber designed fiberglass gillnet reel with anchor drum that sits on an aluminum frame, ran with Twister gear. Starboard of reel is an aluminum hydraulic tank and hose for wash down. There are (7) 9 ½” aluminum Baywood cleats around cap rail.
The engine compartment is accessed from cabin and contains a single diesel engine coupled to Hamilton water jet on centerline. The compartment houses engine muffler, sea strainer, vessel’s battery bank housed in fiberglass box, ball valve seacock for Jabsco water pump, and (2) bilge pumps.
Secured to transom is a Hamilton water jet and (2) custom aluminum trim tabs, each with dual plastic electric rams.
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION :
Access to aluminum aft cabin is centerline through a hinged watertight aluminum door. To port forward is helmsman station with electronics, engine panel and controls, and Captain’s chair. Aft is 12v distribution panel, AC inverter, Red Dot heater, battery selector switch, and engine Racor filtration. Athwartship are two stacked berths with 4” foam. Starboard forward of berths is Dickinson Lofoten diesel heater, L shaped formica countertop with storage below, a stainless steel sink with cold water facet and 11 gallon plastic tank under counter. Access to engine is through an aluminum hinged box on cabin sole. There are (6) windows: two large windows facing forward port and starboard (new in 2019), two on stern port and starboard, and a slider on each side port and starboard.
In cabin overhead is an aluminum hatch with raised combing for engine removal. The top of cabin is diamond plate aluminum and has mast for navigation lights, antennas, life ring, and 1” pipe hand rail around deck perimeter.
W/Triple Axle Trailer
Available After the 2020 Season
Copper River Boats & Permits LLC
Broker/Owner: Margaret Arvidson
710 Third Street
P.O. Box 1722
Cordova, Alaska 99574
CELL PHONE: (907) 202-0012
Local Cordova Ph: (907) 424-5335 Fax: (888) 847-5332 Toll Free: 1-877-939-2BUY (2289) email Margaret Arvidson At: email@example.com