34' (Registered Length) Commercial Seiner built by Leclerq Marine Construction in Seattle, Wa. in 1977. The hull is of the displacement design with full keel, tunnel for running gear, recessed keel cooler and is constructed of molded high impact fiberglass reinforced polyester resin and woven roving (single skin). The hull and deck thickness vary thru out the hull and are thickest in structural support areas. The deckhouse and deck are integrally molded and joined to the hull at the deck flange. The deck is mechanically bonded and sealed at the deck flange with hard plastic toe rail fastened over the joint and protected with hard plastic rub rails on the hull sides with an aluminum transom cap rail on centerline protecting the stern. There are short bulwarks around the mid ship portion of the decks with freeing ports on port and starboard at base of of bulwarks. This area was examined thru out vessel and found to be tight and intact.
The vessel is of a typical Prince William Sound Seiner configuration with a small foredeck, followed by a combination crews berth/galley/helm station/head which has been converted into a mechanical room. There is a flying bridge over main cabin and a Crows Nest control station atop the main mast. There is a large open aft deck with a spacious fish/cargo hold, bin boards and removable cargo hatch deck covers. Farther aft of the cargo hold is a watertight hatch leading to the lazzerette and steering gear with port and starboard fuel tanks and centerline potable water tank. The vessel is outfitted with a 19" Thompson hydraulic anchor winch on the foredeck and a free standing 6" Sch 80 welded aluminum main mast and 4" sch 80 main boom with hydraulic power block. There is one (1) secondary 2 3/4" sch 80 picking booms with winch. The vessel is powered with a single 6V92 naturally aspirated 300 HP diesel engine with Twin Disc MG 509 Marine Gear.
There is a V-berth forward that sleeps four. The interior is decorated with neutral fabric material and teak joinery. Next aft from the V berth is the combination galley/dinette with a head/shower aft on the starboard side. There are steps up to the aft deck and access on centerline under the steps to the main machinery space. There is a watertight door offset to the starboard from the centerline aft bulkhead leading to the aft work deck.
II. GENERAL INFORMATION
YEAR/MAKE/MODEL OF VESSE L. .: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1977/Delta-Leclerq/Commercial Seiner
The terms and words used in this report have the following meanings as used in this Report of survey:
APPEARS: Indicates that a very close inspection of the particular system, component or item was not possible due to constraints imposed upon the surveyor(e.g. no power available, inability to remove panels, or requirements not to conduct destructive tests).
HULL, DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE HULL CONSTRUCTION:
* HULL: [B1] The hull is constructed of molded high impact fiberglass reinforced polyester resin with woven roving (single skin). A visual inspection of the hull was completed where accessible and found to be in "Fair Condition".
* STEM: [B2] The stem is moderately raked and constructed of FRP. The interior of the forward compartment was examined and the exterior of the hull stem was examined and found to be in fair condition.
* TRANSOM: [B3] Reinforced transom, this was examined on the interior and exterior where accessible and found to be in fair condition.
BULKHEADS/STRINGERS: All bulkheads and stringers were examined where accessible and found to be in fair condition.
BILGE/LIMBER HOLES: Bilges are in fair condition and limber holes are of adequate size and clear.
DECKS: Decks are (FRP) with molded non skid, this area was examined and found to be in fair overall condition
HULL-TO-DECK JOINT: This area was examined where accessible and found in good condition.
KEEL: No out of water survey was completed during this survey.
DESCRIPTION: Cabin house and deck are one unit of FRP (fiber reinforced plastic) over marine grade plywood, This area was examined where accessible and found to be in fair condition.
* DECK HATCHES/VENTILLATION: [B4] All deck hatches and ventilation ducts were examined and found in fair condition.
* WINDOWS/PORTS/DOORS: [B5] All windows were examined and found in fair condition.
FITTINGS AND HARDWARE: All fittings and hardware were examined where accessible and found to be in fair condition in consideration of the vessels age and service
JOINERY STRESS: The vessel was examined thoroughly where accessible and there were no indications of joinery stress or hull fatigue.
BRIDGE DECK: There is a upper bridge which provides additional seating and helm station was examined and found in fair condition.
NOTE: The overall cosmetic exterior of the vessel was found to be in fair condition in consideration of the vessels age and service.
* CHOCKS AND CLEATS: [B6] The vessel has one cleat located on centerline on foredeck, all others are missing. There are no chocks.
GRAB RAIL: Safety hand rails along sides of super structure and others at various locations on vessel. These were examined and found in fair condition.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES:
* DOCK LINES: [B7] Dock lines appear adequate but recommend replacement.
OUTRIGGERS: During previous survey, the vessel was fitted with port and starboard aluminum outriggers fitted with anti roll weights. These outriggers were not present during this survey however the anti roll weights were placed onboard prior to my departure.
TUNA TOWER: Vessel is fitted with a Tuna Tower, appears serviceable.
MAST AND RIGGING: Vessel is fitted with free standing 6" Sch 80 welded aluminum main mast and 4" sch 80 main boom with hydraulic power block. There is one (1) secondary 2 3/4" sch 80 picking booms with winch. These were examined but not operated.
DESCRIPTION: Interior description is as previously stated within the body of this report. The interior of the vessel was examined where accessible during this survey and found to be fair condition in consideration of the vessels service and age.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Vessel is fitted with V-berth bunks forward under the foredeck which provides sleeping accommodations for (4) adults.
HEADS: One (1) starboard side aft main cabin. This space had been converted to a mechanical room which was used for refrigeration equipment, however present owner has removed all equipment and this room is now empty. This was examined and found in fair condition.
SHOWERS: None sighted
VENTILLATION: Ventilation was found to be adequate.
NOTE: The general appearance of the cushions and fabrics reflect normal wear and tear for a vessel of this age and service.
LOCATION: Vessel is fitted with a small galley on the port side of cabin which includes a small work station counter/sink with storage below and a Dickinson "Pacific" oil fired oven/range/heater, a 12VDC Norcold refrigerator which is without a door and appears to be Out of Service. This area was examined and found to be in cluttered but in fair overall condition.
SINKS: Double stainless steel rectangle sink.
REFRIGERATION: A Norcold refrigerator but door has been removed and is "Out of Service"
TYPE/MANUFACTURER/LOCATION: Vessel is fitted with a single 6V92 Naturally Aspirated 300 HP Diesel engine located on centerline below the main cabin sole and aft bulkhead. This space is accessed thru the removable steps in the main cabin and through two aft deck watertight deck hatches.
NUMBER OF CYLINDERS/HORSE POWER: 6 cylinder/300 HP
INDICATED HOURS: 4334 hours as reflected on main engine hour meter
THROTTLE CONTROLS: All engine controls were examined and found in good working order and in good condition.
EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN: Mechanical fuel and air shut off controls for main engine. Located at helm station. This was not tested during this survey.
ENGINE MOUNTS AND BED: Main engine beds are FRP longitudinal stringers inboard and outboard. Adjustable motor mounts are bolted to the stringers and are used to adjust the shaft alignment as well as secure the engines to the hull stringer structure.
DRIP PANS: None Sighted.
LUBRICATION: Oil level indication is normal on main engine.
VENTILATION: Natural flow ventilation to engine compartment, appears adequate and fit for purpose.
EXHAUST SYSTEM: Exhaust system was examined where accessible and found to be in good condition.
FUEL FILTERS: Remote mounted Racor filter/water separator system, this was examined and found in good serviceable condition.
ENGINE ALARMS: Low oil pressure alarm and coolant over heat warning audible at helm station. Appears serviceable.
COOLING SYSTEM: Vessel is fitted with keel coolers, this was examined on interior of vessel and found in good condition.
PACKING GLAND: Shaft Packing Gland was examined and found to be in good condition.
PROPELLER SHAFT: Packing Gland/Propeller Shaft were examined where accessible and found to be in good serviceable condition. Propeller shaft is of 2" stainless steel.
OVERALL CONDITION: The overall condition of the vessels main and auxiliary machinery and machinery space was found to be in good serviceable condition in consideration of vessels service and age.
TYPE/MANUFACTURER: There is no generator.
FUEL TYPE: Diesel Note: approximately 300 gallons is presently onboard as reported by owner
TANKS/CAPACITY/MATERIAL: Fuel tankage consists of two (2) FRP tanks located outboard on port and starboard side of lazarette. These tanks are 300 gallons each for a total capacity of 600 gallons. These tanks were examined and found to be in good condition.
LOCATION/SECURED: Lazzerette. This area was examined and found to be in fair overall condition
MANUFACTURING LABEL: None Sighted due to access.
FILL PIPE LOCATION(S): Port and starboard side decks marked for diesel.
FILL PIPE GROUNDED: Yes Where sighted.
VENT LOCATION: Topside decks, examined and found in good condition.
FUEL LINES: Grade USCG type A1. Appears serviceable where sighted.
FUEL MANIFOLD VALVES: Ball type valves properly marked and accessible, these were examined and found in good serviceable condition.
SHUT-OFF VALVE: Yes. Ball valves at filters and tanks. Appeared serviceable.
FUEL FILTERS: Dual racor units were plumbed in parallel to facilitate fast switch over and maintenance.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (D.C. SYSTEM)
VOLTAGE/BATTERIES: 12 VDC/two 8D lead acid
INSTALLATION/PROTECTION: Examined all battery installations and found to be in good overall condition.
MAIN BATTERY SWITCHES/LOCATION: Main battery isolation switches were examined and found in good condition.
PANEL/CIRCUIT PROTECTION: DC circuit panels and circuit protection was examined and found to be in good condition.
TYPE CONNECTORS: All cable, wire, connectors, straps, hangers, routing and supports were examined to the extent accessible during this survey and found to be in fair condition.
CONNECTORS/ROUTING/SUPPORT: Cables/connectors/routing of cables was examined where accessible and found to be properly routed, supported, sized and connected.
CHARGING SYSTEM: Alternator on main diesel engine, no readable tags. Appears serviceable.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (A.C. SYSTEM)
SHORE POWER INLET/CORD: Vessel is fitted with a 30 amp shore power service cable. This was examined and found in fair serviceable condition.
AC SOURCE SELECTOR SWITCH: AC system is protected with a main breaker located in AC distribution panel. This was examined and found to be in fair condition.
MAIN BREAKER: Main electrical panel was examined and found in good condition.
BRANCH BREAKERS: All branch circuit panels were examined and found in fair condition.
CONNECTORS/ROUTING/SUPPORT: All electrical wiring/connectors/cable routing/cable supports were examined where accessible and found in fair serviceable condition unless otherwise noted in the body of this report.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM (POTABLE WATER):
TANKS/MATERIAL /CAPACITY: One (1) Aluminum tank approximately 80 gallons located in lazzerette on centerline, this was examined where accessible and found to be in good condition.
VENT PIPE LOCATION: Potable water tank vents were examined and found in good serviceable condition.
PUMPS/ACCUMULATOR TANK: 12VDC demand type potable water pump with accumulator tank, this was examined and found in good condition.
HOT WATER TANK: None sighted
SANITATION (BLACK /GREY WATER)
GREY WATER SYSTEM: Grey water system drains directly overboard.
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT:
TYPE/MANUFACTURE: Vessel is fitted with a Dickerson Oil Fired Stove/Oven/cabin heater, this was examined and found in poor condition.
TYPE/MANUFACTURE: Hydraulic, by Hynautic with a Wood Freeman 500 Autopilot, where sighted appeared serviceable.
Number of Stations: Two (2) main helm station at pilot house, upper tower station. Lines and fittings: Copper and reinforced flexible hose, with metallic fittings. Appears serviceable. Pressure/reservoir tank examined and in good condition. Actuator cylinder: Appears serviceable.
Mounting: Cylinder and ram actuator are well secured.
NUMBER OF STATIONS: Two (2) main helm station, upper mast station.
LINES AND FITTINGS: Reinforced flexible hose, with metallic fittings. Appears serviceable.
PRESSURE/RESERVOIR TANK: Pressure and reservoir tank were examined and found to be in good serviceable condition.
UPPER RUDDER BEARING SUPPORT: Well mounted. Appears serviceable.
PACKING GLAND: Appeared serviceable. Monitor frequently.
ANCHORS: 35 lb Danforth with 30' of 3/8" chain and 180' of 1/2" steel cable. This was examined and found in fair condition.
LINE/RODE MATERIAL: Anchor chain and rode were examined and found in serviceable condition.
* WINDLASS: [B8] Thompson 19" hydraulic anchor winch, this was examined and found not operational.
NOTE: Ground tackle can be important safety equipment, when properly sized, rigged, stowed and ready for use. Chapman piloting seamanship and small boat handling is an excellent reference. I recommend for emergency use that at least two anchors with about 300' of properly sized' rode be kept onboard and rigged and ready for use at all times. I recommend for emergency use that at least two anchors in this range with about 300' of 5/8'' rode be kept onboard and rigged and ready for use.
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
VHF: Two (2) Marine VHF radio's
RADAR: None Sighted. Parts onboard but not operational
GPS: None Sighted
AUTOPILOT: Wood Freeman Model 500 Auto Pilot
DEPTH SOUNDER: Furuno Sounder Model FCV-552, Not operational
COMPASSES: 6'' Ritchie.
ANTENNAS: All antennas sighted appear to be well mounted and serviceable.
SINGLE SIDE BAND RADIO: None Sighted
THRU HULL FITTINGS: All thru-hull fittings where accessible were examined and found to be in good condition.
MAIN BONDING CONDUCTOR: The bonding system is well established where sighted and it consists of individual wire through-out vessel.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT (UNITED STATES COAST GUARD)
NUMBER AND TYPE OF PFD'S: Vessel has recently completed a USCG Dock Side FV Safety Examination which resulted in the issuance of a safety Decal. All USCG Approved PFD's were examined and found to be in good serviceable condition.
NUMBER OF THROWABLE PFD'S: One (1) Type IV-U.S.C.G. approved throwable device.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: All portable fire extinguishers were examined during this survey and found to be in good serviceable condition.
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS (FLARE KITS): All visual distress signals were examined and found in good serviceable condition.
SOUND DEVICES: Bell: Yes, operable.
NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTS: Navigation lights were examined and found in good operable condition.
"NO OIL DISCHARGE" PLAQUE: Yes, found properly displayed in engine space.
TRASH DISPOSAL PLACARD: Yes, found properly displayed in main salon area.
AUXILIARY SAFETY EQUIPMENT
E.P.I.R.B.: None sighted but highly recommended.
FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM: None sighted but highly recommended.
SEARCH LIGHT: None sighted.
FIRST AID KIT: None sighted but highly recommended.
Price: $75,000 OBO
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