Vessel Type: Salmon Seine/ Long line Halibut/Pot Cod
Vessel Service: Commercial Fishing
Gross Tons: 39
Net Tons: 31
Hull Construction: Fiberglass
Registered Length: 51’
Beam: 15’ 2”
Year Built: 1976
Built By: Modutec Marine at Tacoma, Washington
Estimated Cruise Speed: 11 Knots @ 1600 rpm
Fuel Consumption Average: 10 gph
Hold Capacity: 50,000 pound capacity w/ Cold sea 18-ton RSW system in insulated holds
GENERAL VESSEL DESCRIPTION and LAYOUT:
The F/V is a diesel single engine vessel with a molded fiberglass hull with a raked stem, semi-vee full keel bottom, hard chine’s, curved stern, cabin forward with flying bridge, seine rigging and crow’s nest with fish hold amidships and flush self- bailing open work deck aft. This vessel is rigged as a combination fishing vessel; at the bow first are the anchor roller, anchor, mooring cleats, and hydraulic anchor winch mounted to the fore deck. The walkways lead aft port and starboard to the main deck with ¾” pipe safety handrails on the sides of the flying bridge. A ladder from port aft of
the main cabin accesses the flying bridge. The flying bridge contains a Plexiglas visor, a helm with full engine controls, electronics, bench seat and storage box center aft with 120-volt chest freezer inside. There is a 22” high safety railing encompassing the flying bridge. The mast is 6” aluminum pipe with a-frame mounted to the deck, aft cabin bulkhead and cabin lid with crow’s nest steering station, main and picking booms with cross supports for antennas, radar dome and lights, with 2 ½”aluminum fore braces mounted forward to the hull bulwarks. The cabin is entered by an aluminum water tight Dutch door with window from starboard aft, stepping down. To the port of entry is a Norcold refrigerator / freezer built into the aft cabin bulkhead with counter, fire extinguisher, alarm bell and auxiliary generator instrument panel recessed into aft cabin bulkhead above. Next to the port is the galley area with L-shaped Formica counter top, double stainless galley sinks, cupboards for storage above and below the counter. Next is a Dickinson Adriatic diesel cook stove with oven; fuel supplied from aluminum day tank in mast fed off main engine return fuel line; stove area has fire resistant heat shield. Next forward to the port is the galley table with seating for six with storage space under the table. To the starboard of entry is an open gear locker for miscellaneous storage. Next forward to the starboard is an enclosed head with electric marine toilet, stainless sink, pressure hot and cold water with shower and floor drain. Next forward is a day bunk with cushion, storage underneath and various electronics mounted to the wall aft of the bunk. Next forward is the cabin helm with pilot seat, hydraulic/ jog steering, full engine controls, instruments, gauges, DC/AC magnetic breaker panels, various electronics and a navigational compass. An open companionway centerline stepping down enters the forecastle and contains four bunks with storage under the bottom bunks with a Red Dot cabin heater in the bunk area. The vessel interior is finished with a vinyl sole and ceiling, wood bulkheads with Formica counters, wood cabinets, and trim with aluminum framed safety glass windows. Hatch in cabin sole access the engine room that houses the main engine, auxiliary generator, batteries, hydraulics, pumps, reservoirs, bilge pumps and bilge alarm. The cabin sole has sound insulation installed from the engine room. On the aft cabin bulkhead from port is the, hydraulic Tyee fish hold pump, aluminum flying bridge ladder, aluminum hydraulic resviour, pipe mast centerline with muffler / exhaust housing with engine room air vent aluminum watertight cabin entry door with a landing station/ full engine controls at the starboard cabin corner. The aft work deck is encompassed with fiberglass bulwarks at 14” high with exterior UHMW guards and a stainless steel skiff guard mounted to the stern. Next aft of the main cabin is a hydraulic deck winch, next aft is the main hold with 10” raised coaming, 8’x 8’ opening with two aluminum hatch covers. Both holds are insulated, skinned with fiberglass, coated with gel coat, plumbed for RSW; front hold set up with wood bin boards, aluminum water tight flush deck hatches access aft Sunday hold. Next aft is the self- bailing work deck with a aluminum water tight flush deck hatch leading to the lazaret at the stern. The lazaret contains the fuel tanks, water tank, steering gear, rudder quadrant rudder stuffing box and bilge pump.
HULL / CABIN / DECK:
Hull Material: Molded fiberglass with longitudinal stringers and bulkheads
Cabin Material: Fiberglass with wood core
Decks: Fiberglass with wood core and structural framing
Bulkheads: Wood with fiberglass overlay
Bulwarks: Reinforced fiberglass with UHMW guards and stainless steel skiff guard on stern
Thru Hull Fittings: Steel below and above the water line
Cocks: Bronze gate valve shut offs
Zincs: New 2012
Propeller: 36” x 22” RH 4-blade bronze
Shaft: 3” stainless steel
Packing Gland: Bronze compression style, water lubricated
Rudder: 23” x 33” x 3/8” stainless steel plate w/ 2 ½” stainless steel shaft, compression packing gland
Rudder Shoe: ¾” x 6”x 96” stainless steel with w/ 5”x ¾” rear strut w/ shaft removal hole
Cooling: Starboard side Fernstrum grid keel cooler 11”x 82” for main engine cooling system Port Fernstrum grid keel cooler 4”x 63” for auxiliary generator engine cooling system
Engine Cooling: Keel cooled/ Fernstrum grid cooler
Starting System: 12-volt
Alarms: Engine water temperature/ low oil pressure/ dual Isspro exhaust pyrometers, at cabin helm.
Engine Room Ventilation: Natural thru aft cabin vents and port side vent, two 4” 12-volt circulation fans
Marine Gear Make: ZF
Model: IRM- 350 PL
Serial #: 350.325
Last Overhaul: Rebuilt 2009
Clutch & Throttle Controls: Mathers air, 4 stations; Main engine belt driven air compressor w/ 40-gallon steel reservoir. Air system operates throttle/ shift controls and gripper wheel on Marco power block
Steering: Wagner hydraulic three station steering with 12-volt jog control steering starboard aft cabin amidships station, system has dual piston hydraulic steering ram connected to rudder shaft
Make / Model: Isuzu 120/208-volts AC three phase 2 5.0 KW
Last Overhaul: Installed new 1990
Hours: unknown (new motor 2016 with zero hours)
Starting System: 12-volt
Fuel Filters: Daul remote w/ primary spin-on
Engine Cooling: Fernstrum grid cooler
Exhaust: Dry exhaust wrapped with lagging
Intended Use: RSW and generating power
HYDRAULICS / RSW/ WASHDOWN/ MICS. PUMPS:
(1) Commercial shearing dual 25/ 25 hydraulic pumps with Pitts 12-volt electromagnetic clutch PTO off front of main engine, with 40-gallon aluminum hydraulic reservoir w/ spin on return filter, located port aft cabin bulkhead
(1) 1½” Jabsco belt driven w/ electric clutch off the front of the main engine, engine room bilge/seawater wash down pump with deck hose (1) Tyee #2 hydraulic fish hold pump, mounted port aft cabin bulkhead
(1) Cold sea 18-ton RSW system, w/Flo Max 15 3” x 3” pump driven by a 7.5 hp. Baldor 208 3-phase electric motor with bronze seawater strainer: for RSW seawater circulation fish hold pump and emergency engine room bilge pump.
RSW system is powered by 25 KW auxiliary generator and plumbed w/ 2”schedule ABS pipe, mounted starboard aft engine room. Electric 208-volt 3 phase 1 hp. motor with 1” Jabsco seawater pump with seawater strainer, used for condenser on refrigeration
(1) Main engine belt driven air compressor with 40-gallon steel reservoir mounted centerline forward of main engine.
Fill Connections: Flush on aft deck bronze fittings with threaded caps.
Filters: Engine primary spin on and dual Daul 200 remote fuel/ water separator secondary filters.
Number of Tanks: One
Total Capacity: 200-gallons
Construction Material: Aluminum
Location: Lazaret centerline forward
Fresh Water Pump: Jabsco 12-volt 3.8 gpm
Water Heater: 6-gallon 120-volt electric water heater
Dickinson Adriatic diesel cook stove with oven; fuel supplied from aluminum day tank in mast fed off main engine return fuel line; stove area has fire resistant heat shield, Norcold 4 cubic feet refrigerator with freezer, double stainless steel sink, 12-volt marine head with 12-volt seawater supply and macerator pumps, stainless steel head sin with hot and cold pressurized water with shower and floor drain, 120-volt chest freezer mounted in box cabin lid, 12-volt lights
NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
(1) Uniden MC 635 VHFradio transceiver (1997)
(1) ICOM M504 VHF radio transceiver (2010)
(1) Matrix GX 2000 VHF radio transceiver (2012)
(1) Motorola 2- meter radio transceiver (2012)
(1) ICOM V8000 2-meter radio transceiver (2012)
(1) King Aircraft radio KX 175BTSO radio transceiver (1986)
(1) King Aircraft 7000 radio transceiver (1987)
(1) Stephens SEA 222 SSB radio transceiver (1989)
(1) Trac Phone satellite telephone (2010)
(1) Furuno 1832 24-mile radar (2010)
(1) Garmin 2010 C Chart plotter (2006)
(1) Furuno GP- 32 GPS (2005)
Depth / Color Sounders:
(1) Furuno FCV 6 20 color video depth sounder (2010)
(1) Furuno Sonar interfaced with HP 15” flat screen monitor powered by
500-watt Power onBoard DC to AC power inverter (2010)
(1) Coastal Navigator DDS-300 (1986)
Wood Freeman 500 with 500B remote jog control, rudder angle indicator at the cabin helm, electric over hydraulic steering assist pump, electrical distribution boxes and Wood Freeman 6” magnetic flat top compass remote mounted starboard cabin.
(1) Wood Freeman compass, cabin helm dash
(1) Ritchie, mounted on bulkhead at cabin helm
Pioneer Super Tuner IIID XM/ CD/ AM /FM stereo player with speakers
Navigation Lights: Red fishing, white anchor, port and starboard running lights.
(2) 4”x6” 50-watt 12-volt aft deck lights mounted to the mast spreaders
(1) 500-watt 120-volt aft deck light, mounted to the starboard mast spreader
(1) 8” 12-volt cabin remote operated search light, mounted to the port flying bridge dash
Marine shielded copper strand wiring, appears secured properly and to be in good service and condition. DC 12-volt/ AC 120/ 208-volt with magnetic breaker distribution panels with main breakers, volt and amp meters, ship to shore power switch, generator instrument / control panels, located in the main cabin and in forward engine room.
BATTERIES, INVERTERS & CHARGERS:
(3) 12-volt 8-D marine engine start batteries, secured centerline forward of main engine, charged by belt driven 90-amp engine alternator.
(2) 12-volt 4-D marine house batteries, secured centerline forward of main engine, charged by belt driven 90-amp engine alternator.
(1) 12-volt deep cycle marine battery port side secured, charged by auxiliary
engine alternator for 25kw generator
(1) blue Seas vapor tight battery disconnect switch located starboard aft engine room with automatic charging relay and main breakers. Portable
40-amp 120-volt battery charger
(1) 500-watt Power on Board DC to AC power inverter , for sonar flat screen monitor
Centerline aft cabin bulkhead is a 6” aluminum reinforced pipe mast (mast new 1991) with aluminum pipe crows nest and a Bloom topping winch with ½” wire rope (wire rope new in 2012). The mast is supported by an 2 ½” aluminum pipe a-frame with 2 ½” aluminum pipe fore stays running forward mounted to the bow bulwarks and the top of the mast, with the radar mounted on a- frame cross bar in-between forestays and mast, with lights, antennas and crows nest mounted to the top. The mast supports a 5” aluminum pipe main boom (new 1991) with stiffeners and a Bloom TY-6 split drum vanging winch and Bloom TY-6 cargo winch. The mast also supports two 4” aluminum pipe picking booms (new 1991) with stiffeners and Bloom TY-6picking winches.
(2) Aluminum 3” pipe vanging stanchions port and starboard for rigging, with 2 ¾” fore braces, attached to aft main cabin bulkhead, sides and lid.
Mast and booms are rigged with steel and wood blocks, ½” stainless cable and 5/8” double braided nylon line, with Amsteel line on the picking winches.
DECK & FISHING GEAR/GROUND TACKLE:
Anchor Winch: Kolstrand 14” x 16” hydraulic anchor winch with locking dog and anchor roller mounted to the bow
Anchor Rode: Forfjord150 lb.anchor with 50’ of 3/8” chain,300’ of 3/4”double braided nylon anchor line
Kolstrand SW 1NH hydraulic double headed purse winch w/16” bronze self pursing sheaves and line bits, mounted forward amidships of the main hold Twin Kolstrand galvanized steel purse davit stations with one galvanized steel movable roller davit Marco 26- A 26” hydraulic power block w/ air activated gripper wheel
(6) 15” steel mooring cleats, three each port and starboard sides
Heat/Smoke/Vapor Detectors: 9-volt smoke and carbon monoxide alarm in main cabin
Fire Extinguishers:(1) I:A/ 10:B:C/ B:C size I 2.5 lb. dry chemical (in the green) located engine room (3) I:A/ 10:B:C/ B:C size I 3 lb. dry chemical (in the green) located forecastle, main cabin, NEW 4-man life raft 2016
Engine Auto Extinguisher: Kidde Firewatch Mariner FE 241 m/n FW 750 49.0 lbs. mounted port aft engine room Bilge/ High-Water Alarms: Audio bell in main cabin, alarm in engine room
(2)12-volt Rule #2000 with floats, forward and aft engine room bilge Flo Max 15 3” x 3” pump driven by a 7.5 hp. Baldor 208 3-phase electric motor with bronze seawater strainer: for RSW seawater circulation fish hold pump and emergency engine room bilge pump.
(1) Tyee #2 hydraulic fish hold pump, mounted port aft cabin bulkhead 1 ½” Jabsco belt driven w/ electric clutch off the front of the main engine, engine room bilge/seawater wash down pump w/deck hose