Service: Salmon Tender, Longline Cod and Halibut (could be outfitted for Seining)
Fuel capacity: 4,750-gallons in four (4) integral tanks
Hydraulic oil capacity: estimated 50-gallons
Potable Water Capacity: 3,582 – gallons in three (3) integral tanks
Hold Capacity: 1,914.2 cubic feet in two (2) holds; 95,000 lbs Salmon
Shaft Horse Power: 640-hp
Running Speed: 8.5 knots at 1350 rpm or 10.5 knots at 1,800 rpm
Date last haul out: February 2013 at Marine Fluid Systems,
Manning – typical crew is 5 persons. Accommodations are for eight (8).
The subject is single oil screw vessel with a single work deck aft and a partial-width
deckhouse placed well forward. A single tripod mast is aft the house. The hull is steel, with
a raked stem, sheer and mild flare and camber, a single chine, and a “V”- bottom. An
exhaust uptake is through the tophouse. Below the main deck four (4) watertight transverse bulkheads and longitudinal bulkheads divide the vessel into thirteen (13) watertight tanks and compartments. Forward is a potable water tank. Next aft is a machinery space with port and starboard fuel oil tanks (half-height). Next aft are two (2) full-width flooded holds with outboard sponson voids. Next aft is a lazarette with fuel oil inboard wing tanks and outboard (sponson) potable water tanks. Early in 2007 the vessel was hauled out at Westman Marine in Blaine, WA for modification and rebuilding. At that time sponsons were added, the weather passages alongside the top house were enclosed and the steering gear was upgraded. The top house was extended aft 6-
feet and finished as a stateroom, head and passage. An aluminum shelter with longline
fishing gear and equipment were added. A new bulbous bow was added in 2013 to replace the old bulb that had become damaged.
Hull and Construction:
The hull and superstructure are framed and welded mild steel.
Hull Material: Mild Steel
Deck Material: Mild Steel
Shelter Material: ¼” Aluminum Plate
Stem: a 1” thick stem bar is below a fashion plate stem. Stainless steel guards are fit to the bow in way of the anchor.
Bulbous bow: A 66” diameter bulbous bow is fit to the stem at the forefoot. The bulb is used as an empty void but is plumbed to the engine room and can be used to hold fluids.
Keel: The stem bar transcends gradually along the forefoot to become a 6” deep keel fit with a 6” wide x ½” thick shoe extending to a single hollow formed skeg through which passes a tube for the propulsion shaft.
Transducers: one (1) port and two (2) starboard in extended housings placed forward on the hull.
Sea chests: two (2) 6” diameter seachest with a screened intake is port. One (1) 4” diameter seachest
with a screened intake is starboard.
Bilge Keels: none
Skeg: single, hollow framed construction. An “I” beam 6” wide x 8” tall forms a rudder
shoe piece extending from the skeg aft to hold a gudgeon for insertion of the rudder pintal.
Chine: sponsons from a single sharp chine
Heat exchangers: tube heat exchangers for propulsion and auxiliary engines are placed one
(1) port and two (2) starboard. One (1) port side heat exchanger consists of twelve (12) runs
of 4’ long x 1-1/2” diameter spiral (Walthers) tube. One (1) starboard heat exchanger
consists of six (6) runs of 5’ long x 1-1/2” diameter tube set on the hull along the keel.
Hull Guards: The hull is protected by a single 6” split pipe rub rail extending aft from the
insertion of the hull and around the stern.
Line Cutters: five (5) Garbush style rope cutting blades are arranged around the shaft guard.
Deck Frames: 4” x 6” x ¼” angled steel bar on 57” centers.
Transverse Frames: 3” flat steel bar on 18” centers.
Longitudinal hull frames: 2” x 2” x ¼” angled steel bar on 18” centers
Bottom Plate: 3/8” mild steel plate
Side shell: ¼” mild steel plate
Bulkheads: ¼” mild steel plate
Deck Plating: ¼” mild steel plate
House: ¼” and 3/16” mild steel plate
Shelter deck: ¼” aluminum plate with 4” x 6” x 3/8” frames and 6” x 6” tubing beams.
Masts and Rigging:
A single tripod mast of 8” diameter pipe rises from a double plate on the 01 level weather deck aft the house. The mast is supported by port and starboard legs of 4” diameter pipe angled forward and tied by 4” diameter crossbars. A service ladder is up the mast to an unguarded utility platform. The
mast carries two (2) high pressure sodium lamps directed forward, two (2) quartz lamps directed aft, navigation lamps, a radar scanner and various antennas. A starboard boom of 5” diameter pipe extends from a pin and clevis on the mast and is raised manually with a ¾” nylon topping line through double blocks and stabilized by 5/8” nylon vanging lines through a system of double blocks. The boom carries a Pullmaster, model M7A hydraulic drum winch spooled with 7/8” diameter braided line terminating in a pothook. A center boom of 6” diameter pipe extends from a pin and clevis on the mast and is raised with a Seahorse hydraulic drum winch spooled with ½” diameter wire that runs through a 3-block topping system. Vanging is by a hydraulic duel head
drum winch spooled with 1/2” diameter wire rope through port and starboard double block systems each with a two block system nylon line adjuster. The boom carries a Pullmaster, model M10R hydraulic drum winch that was empty at the time of the survey. A 1000-watt quartz lamp is at the boom terminus. The boom has carries fittings for a seine block.
Ground and Docking Tackle:
A custom made 900-lb stainless steel stockless anchor is fit with a hammerlock to a length of 3/4” stud link chain and a length of 3/4” wire rope that rides over a bow stem roller. A Rowe hydraulic drum-type anchor winch with a friction brake is set on a pad forward the wheelhouse. The rode is through a stainless steel stem chock and roller. Port and starboard 18” cleats on the bow are each served by an open chock set at the deck sheer. Two (2) port and two (2) starboard 16” cleats are set on the bulwarks of the fishing deck and are served by closed chocks set in the bulwarks.
Alarms – A general alarm system is activated from the wheelhouse. Audible signals are in the main deck house and engine room. A blue strobe light is on the fishing deck. A machinery alarm panel is above the engine room ladder. Float type sensors indicate high bilges in the engine room and lazarette. Float sensors indicate low coolant levels for the main and auxiliary engines. Sensors monitor main engine oil pressure and water temperature. Flooded hold alarms for each hold monitor water flow conditions. A heat sensor in the galley activates a fire alarm. An additional machinery alarm panel at the top of the engine room stairs monitors the main engine with indicators for low oil pressure, high coolant temperature, high crankcase pressure and low gear oil pressure.
Survival Craft – A Guardian 8-person SOLAS A ocean service inflatable pack raft is carried on a
frame aft the wheelhouse port. A strap fit with a hydrostatic release holds the raft. The release is
due for service 3/2015. The hydrostatic release is due for service 3/2015.
EPIRBs: An ACR “Satellite 2” 406 epirb is located in a hydrostatic release bracket aft the wheelhouse.
Note - Battery expires 10/2015. The hydrostatic release expires 10/2015 COSPAS/SARSAT number – ADCD 02335D41C01 Registration: expires 5/18/2014
Visual Distress Signals
Three (3) USCG approved Ikaros parachute flares – expires (3) 7/2014 and (3) 5/2014
Three (3) USCG approved Ikaros smoke flares – expires 5/2014
Six (6) USCG approved Ikaros parachute flares – expires 7/2014
Man Overboard Retrieval
Ring Buoys – one (1) 30" approved orange life ring with line in a line bag is aft the wheelhouse.
One (1) 30" approved orange life ring with line in a line bag is aft on the main deck adjacent to the gear setting area.
Three (3) Adult Universal suits and one (1) Jumbo suit are equipped with regulation floatation pillows, retro-reflective tape, lights and whistles. The suits are adequately marked with the vessel name.
Fire Extinguishers - Note - Extinguishers were last serviced 3/2011.
In wheelhouse – one (1) Halon BC I
Wheelhouse passage: one (1) Dry Chemical BC I
Main deck stateroom – one (1) AII BCI
Engine room ladder – A II BC II
Engine Room – One (1) Dry Chemical A II BC II, one (1) Auto-Fire BC
II heat release cylinder.
Eight (8) floatation vests with lights
Port and Starboard running lights are fixtures set into regulation light dampers atop the
wheelhouse. At the top of the mast is an all around white (anchor) light. Below is a red all
around light. A forward range light is forward on the mast and a stern light is on the aft
side of the mast.
Two (2) handheld pneumatic horns are available in the wheelhouse.
An 8” diameter bell is mounted aft the wheelhouse.
Wheelhouse and Weather Deck Arrangement
Aft the wheelhouse front and raised 18” from the bow area are port and starboard weather passages
leading to a deck area aft the house and is raised again aft the mast 15” as the top of the shelter.
The weather passages and aft house deck are guarded by 34” to 37” three-tier railing port and
starboard. The shelter deck top is guarded by aluminum 2-tiered railings raised 43” around the
deck and fit with port and starboard access openings in the railings fit with chains. A vertical
ladder to the main deck is starboard through a hatch. The shelter deck top has a center line area
surrounded by a 25” high, 2-tier railing for gear storage. A davit starboard is fit with a 1000-watt quartz lamp and can swing outboard to illuminate the gear hauling area starboard. A davit formed of 4” diameter aluminum pipe on the port side is used for deployment of whale avoidance equipment. The davit was under construction at the time of the survey. Two (2) Hobbs lights mounted on the deck aft are directed astern. Two (2) compact florescent lights are mounted aft on the wheelhouse.
Forward Weather Deck
Forward the house is anchor gear and mooring tackle. The bow area is guarded by 26” high
bulwarks. At the house front the original weather deck is enclosed resulting in an 18” high step up
to the house deck and shelter top.
Top of Wheelhouse
The housetop top is accessed by climbing the mast ladder and is unguarded. Found are various standards holding antennas, and navigation lamps. A sun visor is fit to the forward and side aspects of the housetop. An exhaust casing center has stainless steel exhausts pipes directed up to be clear of decks.
Wheelhouse access is through an aluminum weather-tight door and passage aft and up an
inclined ladder from the main deck accommodation area. Forward is a full-width dash with a manual helm, compass, and console. Pilot’s chairs are starboard and center. A granite topped table with sea rails is port with wood framed lockers and drawers below. A hatch in the deck is to an inclined ladder to below. The pilothouse is finished with Formica covered plywood bulkhead covers and vinyl covered wood deckhead panels. Teak panels cover areason the aft wheelhouse bulkhead. The steel deck is carpeted. Florescent lighting fixtures are fit to the bulkheads and deckhead. Five (5) generally 20” wide x 23” tall (viewable area), ½” thick Lexan plastic viewports are forward. Two (2) are port and two (2) are starboard including one (1) double viewport each side that is openable by sliding one pane in a track. The forward viewports are raked to reduce glare. Aft the wheelhouse is a passage with a head with a wash basin and marine toilet, and a single-berth master’s stateroom with a shower. The area is finished with wood bead-board paneling bulkhead covers, vinyl-covered wood panel deckhead covers and carpeted decks. An exhaust casing runs up the center, just aft the head and bulkheads surrounding the casing are insulated to reduce noise. Weather bulkheads are insulated with sprayed polyurethane foam. The master’s stateroom includes an FRP coated shower, security safe, computer monitor for repeating the Nobeltec charting and navigation system output, a single berth and wood framed drawers and lockers.
Wheelhouse Equipment and Electronics
Control Systems One center Tenfjord manual hydraulic helm Simrad, model AP-35 autopilot with heading selector Robertson, model S35 jog steering lever (starboard) Jastram jog steering lever (port)
Simrad remote lever steering and throttle with control box and wire. Simrad, model RI-35 rudder angle indicators port and starboard Microcommander ZF main engine remote throttle engage switch for hydraulics Rudder speed high/low Hydraulic pump start/stop Washdown pump start/stop
Radars Furuno, NavNet, x-band radar type RPU 014 with a 12-kw antenna for normal use and a smaller spare antenna for emergency use. Navigation and Positioning Equipment
Magnetic compass: 6” Wood Freeman, model 500 A2
Satellite compass: Furuno, model SC-50 with RD-30 remote display Furuno, “NavNet” navigation information integration with C-Map NT+ plotting and charting program. Furuno, model GP-32 GPS/WAAS receiver ECC Globe charting and navigation system software with Terrain Builder, GPS integrated running on an HP computer with a Gateway, model FPD2275W LCD wide-screen monitor, keyboard, pointing device and power supply. Nobeltec charting and navigation system and Terrain Builder software, GPS integrated running on an HP computer with two (2) Gateway, model FPD2275W LCD wide-screen monitors, keyboard, pointing device and power supply. Furuno, model FCV 1100L color video sounder with Acer, model AL 1511, 15” flat screen monitor
Furuno, model FS 1503 single side band radio/telephone with coupler
One (1) Standard Horizon “Matrix” VHF band radio/telephone with DSC
One (1) Standard Horizon “Matrix AIS” model GX2100 VHF band radio/telephone with AIS interfaced with plotting computers.
Mitsubishi Trac/tag satellite telecommunications system
Standard “Horizon” model VLH-3000 loudhailer
Iridium satellite communications system
MSAT satellite communications system
Uniden, Dect 60 telephone
Nuvico digital color quad CCTV station selector with a Gateway, model
FPD2275W LCD wide-screen monitor
Skymate, VMS system
Engine and Machinery Gauges
Cummins propulsion engine status panel with digital tachometer, water temperature, oil pressure and reduction gear oil pressure.
Xantrex battery state indicator
Alarm, Light and Electrical Distribution Panels
Toggle switches for floodlights and navigation lights
Watch Commander “Dream Stopper” watch alarm and general alarm
Main engine alarm panel with indicators for low oil pressure, high coolant temperature, high crankcase pressure and low gear oil pressure.
12 and 24-volt DC distribution panels with volt and amp meters
110-volt AC distribution panel
Marco, “Circlematic” hook counter with displays for speed, resettable hook meter and total hook meter.
HP, model C4240 “All-in-One” print, scan, fax and copy machine
Entertainment (music) electronics
Darcy portable spotlight
Two (2) Flexsteel adjustable pilot’s chairs and one (1) portable chair
Fujinon, 7x50 binocular
Brother, model FAX 575 facsimile machine
Two (2) heated fans directed toward the forward viewports
A partial-width deckhouse is entered through a weather-tight hatch to a galley area. A food preparation area is starboard with a granite topped galley table with bench locker seating to port. The galley is fit with stainless steel sheathing or plastic laminate covered plywood bulkhead covers, vinyl faced wood deckhead panels, and epoxy covered steel decks. Forward the galley is a 2-berth berthing area with an inclined ladder to the wheelhouse and wood-framed lockers outboard, a door and inclined ladder to the engine room, a door to a port side 2-berth stateroom and a forward 2-berth stateroom insulated with sprayed polyurethane foam and finished with carpeting on bulkheads.
Spaces are equipped with wood framed built-in berths and lockers, and bulkhead-mounted space heaters. The accommodation areas are finished with Formica faced plywood bulkhead covers (except carpet in stem stateroom), vinyl faced wood deckhead panels, and epoxy (galley and head) or
carpeted (accommodation areas) steel decks. A head is accessed from weather. The head has a
wash basin, electric marine toilet and tank with pump-out fitting, and a shower nozzle.
One (1) Kenmore “Elite” refrigerator and freezer with ice and water dispenser
One (1) Haier microwave oven
One (1) GE electric oven and 4-burner stove with stainless steel hood and backsplash
One (1) 2-basin stainless steel sink
One (1) coffee maker
One (1) Entertainment system with Toshiba 42” flat screen TV and DVD player
One (1) granite top galley table with vinyl upholstered bench locker seating
Stainless steel covered counters with wood framed lockers and drawers.
Bulkhead mounted space heaters
One (1) 4.5-hp Shop-Vac
Work Deck Arrangement
A weather-tight hatch to the deckhouse is forward. The forward aspect of the deck is sheltered by an overhang from the house extending 39” aft. From the overhang, the deck is fit with an aluminum shelter over its entirety, with openings starboard for gear hauling and aft for gear setting. The shelter deckhead is fit with marine florescent light fixtures. A weather hatch port is to a refrigerated locker for bait storage. The locker is insulated with 6” thick sprayed polyurethane foam and coated with fiberglass reinforced plastic with builtin standoffs. A refrigeration evaporator is near the hatch.
A weather hatch is to a head as described above. A weather hatch is to a starboard workshop and storage locker. An 8x2” softwood “treated” wood wear deck is set above the steel deck on steel frames. A deck machinery control station is against the house. Hinged freeing ports, 8” x 14” are arranged in the bulwarks three (3) port and three (3) starboard for clearing of the deck. Discard ports, 16” x 16” are one (1) port and one (1) starboard and are fit with sliding covers. Deck Hatches – Hatches are to the forward and aft flooded tanks and the lazarette.
One (1) 1-1/2” diameter rubber deck hose
One (1) Globe Int., model EX436, double ram scissor lift with a 2,000 lb. capacity for lifting an aluminum sorting table.
One (1) Marco longline combi
One (1) 24” diameter Nordic (JK Fab Inc) “Powerwheel” hydraulic longline block
One (1) Marco “Circlematic”, model LCB 601 (s/n 213) longline deployment system
Two-hundred fifty (250) Marco “Circlematic” longline gear magazines fit with swivel gear on 11mm line.
One (1) JK Fab crucifier and roller system with hook cleaner and detangler Bait thaw racks
One (1) Aluminum setting chute
One (1) Marco, model LBS 52010” diameter hydraulic power block for buoy line retrieval
One (1) DeLonghi, model MCH71OT heater
Two (2) Red Dot, R-255-0, 2-fan heat exchanger unit
Access to the engine room is down an inclined ladder from the main deck house. The
deckhead, bilges and bulkheads are coated steel. The deckhead is fit with sound-damping
insulation batting. Floorboards are aluminum diamond plate set in steel frames. Ventilation
is through ventilation casings fit with 3-hp fans.
Flooded Hold Arrangement
The flooded holds are lined with polyurethane foam insulation covered by fiberglass reinforced plastic. In the forward hold, three (3) 18” steel round flush hatches are to the shaft alley. The hold is fit with slotted stanchions to hold aluminum bin boards. A screened sump runs fore to aft down the hold. On each end are found 12” diameter slotted PVC drains extending to the tank top. Circulation piping of 2” perforated PVC arranged in four (4) runs are fed from 4” PVC headers. A 10-dog watertight hatch is between the fore and aft holds. The aft hold has a forward sump with a screen drain and perforated 2” PVC supply lines. Capacities: Forward Hold – 1465.3 cubic feet, Aft hold – 448.9 cubic feet
Lazarette and Steering Compartment
A lazarette is accessible through a flush hatch aft on the fishing deck. The bulkheads and bilges are coated steel. The forward bulkhead and the deckheads are insulated with sprayed polyurethane foam. The space is found with gear, supplies, and steering machinery.
Machinery, Systems and Equipment
Main engine: Cummins, model KTA 19-M3, 6-cylinder diesel engine develops 640-hp at 1800 rpm. The engine is turbocharged, electric started and cooled through bilge mounted heat exchangers. An alternator is driven through belts. A power take-off is driven off the front end to drive two (2) hydraulic pumps.
Serial Number: 37218855
Service Units: 15,420 Installed: 2006 (new)
Dry exhaust stacks are lagged and shielded through the trunk.
Reverse/Reduction gear: Twin Disc, model MG 517 0 DC with a reduction of 5.03:1 forward and reverse.
Serial Number: 3A2-180
Installed: 2006 (new)
Hours: 25,420 hours by meters
Horsepower: 640-hp at 1800 rpm
Starting: 12 VDC
Cooling: Reported Fresh water through heat exchangers, expansion tank
Exhaust Systems: Vertical dry with silencer, Lagged
Shaft: A 4” stainless steel bar is from the reduction gear through a packing gland to the shaft alley and two (2) shaft bearings, then through a stern packing gland and tube with a cutlass bearing. The shaft bearings are greased from the engine room.
Propeller: Coolidge brass 4-bladed propeller, 58” diameter x (unknown) pitch.
Engine Control is local, and remote by a Micro-Commander II system from wheelhouse throttles
Starboard: One John Deere 4045 DF turbo charged four (4) cylinder diesel engine
Installation: Vibration mounts to steel rails
Rebuilt: NEW 2006
Hours: 13,898 by meter
Horsepower: 80 hp at 2500 rpm
Starting: 12 VDC
Cooling: Fresh water through spiral Dura max keel cooler (NEW 2015)
Exhaust System: Vertical dry with silencer- insulated lagging
Fuel Filtration: One Racor with primary filter
Attachments: One AC 50 KW Magna plus 3 phase generator
Port: one John Deere 4024TF: four cylinder diesel engine
Installation: Vibration mounts to steel rail
Rebuilt: NEW 2010
Hours: 36,937 by meter
Starting: 12 VDC
Cooling: Fresh water through spiral keel cooler
Exhaust System: Vertical dry with silencer- insulated lagging
Fuel Filtration: One Racor and primary filter
Attachments: one AC 27 KW Lima Mac 3 phase generator
Drive: One 120/208 VAC 3 phase AC alternator
The hydraulic system is comprised of electro-hydraulic and manual hydraulic systems. The manual system is a Tenfjord, type 70 system driven by a manual helm in the wheelhouse. One (1) Vickers V-10 hydraulic vane pump is driven by a 3-hp electric motor and one (1) Vickers V-20 pump is driven off the main engine. Included in the system is an estimated 10- gallon hydraulic oil reservoir, filter and relief valves, and directional valves to drive a opposing rams fit to a tiller arm on the rudder stock. The rudder stock penetrates a flax ring type packing gland held by a 3-bolt compression ring.
Movement of the tiller is monitored and controlled by a follow-up sensor linked to the autopilot system. Autopilot controls in the pilothouse allows the satellite compass or the magnetic steering compass as the primary inputs to the system. Rudders: A stainless steel articulating rudder was installed in 2007. A new 4” diameter rudder shaft was installed in 2007. The rudder is a shaped semi-balanced foil, 66” tall and 36” wide. An aft articulating vertical is 9” wide and formed of 1” bar. The rudder is bolted to a stock above and fit with a pintal that inserts into a gudgeon on a 3”x9” rudder shoe bar placed on a 6.5x6.5x8” I-bar extension from the keel.
Distribution of AC electrical power from the two (2) ship’s service generators is through a
marine type dead front switching panel. The switchgear equipped with instrumentation and
controls for non-parallel operation, and bus connections made with fused circuit breakers
within hinged access panels. Electrical conductors are armored type, led throughout the vessel in cable races with bulkhead and deck penetrations made with adequate seals or glands. Electrical conductors and fixtures in the switchgear are grounded and are marine type, exteriorly armored. Lighting and receptacles are supplied with 120-volt, single phase, 60-cycle AC power. Motors over 1-hp are typically supplied with 220-volt, three phase, and 60-cycle power. A shore power connection is in the engine room.
A John Deere, model 4045 DF 150B, 4- cylinder diesel engine develops 80 -hp at 2500 rpm. The engine is turbocharged, 12-volt electric start and cooled through keel-mounted heat exchangers. An alternator is driven through belts. Dry exhaust stacks are lagged and shielded through the trunk.
Serial number: PE 4045 DO 34016
Service units: 11,146 hours
Installed date: 2006 (new)
The engine drives a Marathon Electric “Magna Plus”, model 361CSL1601-1I armature.
KW rating: 50 kW on the main shaft. An MER generator set, model MG 27- 2.4LLML-KC is comprised of a John Deere, model 4024TF2700, four cylinder, indirect injection, water cooled diesel engine, driving a Lima MAC synchronous AC generator, model 360MSL0083-1 developing 27 KW at 1800 RPM. The engine is fit with a 12-volt electric starter and cooled through keel-mounted heat
exchangers. An alternator is driven through belts. Dry exhaust stacks are lagged and shielded through the trunk.
Service units: 25,791 hours
Installed date: 2010
Armature serial number: 430308-10-07
12 and 24-volt DC power is available.
One (1) 8D battery in the wheelhouse below the forward dash is charged by a Charles
Industries, 20-amp, 12-volt charger.
A NewMar, model 115-i2-8 power supply is in the starboard sponson workshop.
Four (4) 8D batteries are found in port and starboard battery boxes (two batteries each side) in the engine room for starting the main and auxiliary engines. Charging is by a Charles Industries model 5000 SP series 30-ampcharger, a McCarron VMI charger and a Lewco silicone diode charger. Battery banks are isolated by rotary-type battery switches.
A Schumacher 50-amp battery charger is available for emergency use.
Manifold – A SelecTank, model FM-90005-B4, 5- station fuel manifold is fit with ¾” trunk lines fit with ball valves.
Filtration – Two (2) 10-micon Racor filters are to the main engine and one (1) to each auxiliary engine.
Tank Vents and Fills –Filling is to each tank through 4” diameter extended pipes. Vents for each tank are of 1-1/4” diameter gooseneck pipe with 3” bells.
Tanks: Fuel Capacity: 4,750-gallons in four (4) integral tanks
Tank Capacity (US Gallons) Port engine room half-height tank 535 Starboard engine room half-height tank 535 Port aft tank 1,841 Starboard aft tank 1,841
One (1) Sears, model 106.170311 air compressor is driven by a 3-hp electric motor and is set on its own receiver.
Bilge Pumping System
An MP Pumps, model 25793 centrifugal bilge/wash down pump is driven by a 3-hp motor.
A stripping pump for the holds is a Flomax 5 centrifugal pump driven by a 1-hp motor.
Sea Water Supply
Circulation piping is to the flooded holds. The forward hold is served by one (1) 6” x 5” x 10”
centrifugal pump is driven by a 5-hp motor. Piping is 6” suction and 4” discharge lines with butterfly
valves. The aft hold is served by one (1) 2-hp centrifugal pump fit with 3” suction lines and 2-1/2”
discharge lines to the aft hold and deck hose. A deck hose is supplied with water from a Flomax 8
brass body centrifugal pump with a 3-hp stainless steel motor. The pump is fit to 2” diameter black
pipe suction lines and 1-1/2” diameter galvanized discharge lines.
Longline Detangler pump: A Jacuzzi “J-Class” model H425-9 high pressure ring pump driven by a 1-1/2- hp motor sends high pressure water to the longline system or deck hose.
Tanks: An integral tank in the stem has a 1,310-gallon capacity. Integral tanks in the aft
sponsons each hold 1,136-gallons. Total Capacity – 3,582-gallons. The bulbous bow is also
plumbed to the potable water system for additional capacity or ballasting.
Manifold: 2” x 4” stainless steel tubing is fit with 1-1/2” diameter galvanized pipe lines
controlled by ball valves. A Do-It-Best, model 96L105 centrifugal Jetted pump with a 1/2 -hp motor feeds a Air-Etainer pressure vessel with a demand pressure switch. Lines are ½” diameter CVPC.
Hot water is supplied from a 30-gallon electric tank water located forward in the starboard
Hydraulic piping is generally stainless steel tubing and approved hose.
Two (2) Hawe “In-Line” model V60N-110
RSUN-1-0-02-LSN, 110 cubic centimeter pumps are driven through a Twin Disc, model SL214-P1
power take-off on the front of the main engine. An Eaton Corp, model 70423-RBM hydraulic vane
pump is driven by a 25-hp electric motor as a back-up unit. A “SafeStart” motor starter controls
the motor starting. A non-integral oil reservoir in the engine room holds approximately 50-gallons.
Lube oil is held in 5-gallon pails.
A domestic refrigerated locker is cooled by a refrigeration power pack on the main deck.
A refrigerated locker serving as a bait storage locker is fit with a Larkin evaporator and cooled
through a Copeland, R-507 refrigeration power pack. Refrigerated Sea Water is supplied through the flooded tank circulation system. Suction and discharge lines between the condenser and flooded hold piping is 4” PVC. Refrigeration is provided by a Teknotherm RSW system in the engine room consisting of:
One (1) Carlyle, model 06DA5372BA1258 compressor
One (1) Pacer model GNOK 1-1/2/2DB D1 5C condenser pump driven by a 1- 1/2-hp motor.
One (1) suction accumulator
One (1) refrigerant dryer
One (1) receiver
One (1) IMS HydroChiller shell and tube chiller
One (1) condense
Electric self-contained marine toilets with holding tank and pump-out fittings are found in
the main deck head and in the master’s head.
Welding and Repair
One (1) Acetylene bottle, oxygen bottle and torch with hoses and gauges
One (1) Hobart “Stickmate LX” welding machine
One (1) 200-amp Schlumberger battery charger
One (1) Snap On tool chest with hand tools
One (1) ½-ton chainfall
One (1) Milwaukee sawzall
One (1) Ace 6” bench grinder
One (1) Central 8” drill press
Various hand and power tools
Quarters and engine room vent fans and ducting with 3-hp Dayton, model 4CG59, 12-inch axial fans located under the master’s bunk and in the starboard sponson with an outlet at the bait thaw and rain gear area.
Notes and Comments Regarding Condition of Vessel
Extent of Inspection
1. The vessel was surveyed while hauled out and subsequently afloat at Seattle, WA..
2. The fuel and oil tanks, and ballast tanks were not entered or inspected in any way.
3. The port and starboard voids were entered and inspected.
4. The vessel engines and motors were not run or tested in any way, other than a visual inspection of the equipment and mounts.
5. Dimensions shown have been taken from the vessel’s certificates. Actual measurements were not taken.
Licensed personnel are not required for operation of this vessel.
1. Except where noted below under recommendations, equipment was found in good order.
2. The medical kit was reported being re-stocked at the time of the survey and was not sighted.
1. Coatings of the hull and house above the waterline appear sound and were renewed February 2013. Underwater hull coatings were renewed February 2013.
2. The bow deck coatings are of a “no skid” type.
3. The coatings of the hold are good. The holds were re-glassed in 2010.
4. The engine room bulkhead and bilge coatings appear adequate.
5. The shaft alley was not sighted.
Location Type and Material Ht.Sill Dog Size Gasket
Boat deck to wheelhouse Alum hinged Dutch with view 4” 2 31x65” Good
Shelter top to main deck Hinged cover 2” No 24x24” Not WT
Shelter top to main deck Hinged, 2-part cover w/skylight 3” No 76x96” Not WT
Fishing deck to bait locker Alum hinged 12” 4 36x60” Good
Fishing deck to starboard sponson Alum hinged 12” 4 36x60” Good
Fishing deck to galley Alum hinged 9” 2 21x59” Good
Fishing deck to head Alum hinged 7” 2 16x60” none
Main weather deck to aft hold Aluminum Baier Flush No 15x21” Good
Main weather deck to forward hold Aluminum raised coaming 44” No 6’x6’ Good
Main weather deck to lazarette Alum Baier hatch Flush no 24” good
Documentation, Publications, Logs and Postings
Certificate of Documentation Valid to May 31, 2013
Stability Instructions Bruce Culver, issued April 11, 2004
FCC ship station license Valid to 5/17/2022
Navigation Log Found
Compass Deviation Table Not found
ColRegs Not Found
Coast Pilot 9 Not Found
Light List 2011
Tide and current tables Expired
First Aid Book Found
First Aid Card and CPR certification No crew on vessel at the time of Survey
Drill Instructor Training No crew on vessel at the time of Survey
Donning of Exposure Suits Found
Drug no tolerance posting Found
Station Bill Posted
Procedures for Making a Distress Call Posted
Survival Craft Boarding Posted
7 Day Injury Notification Posted
Man Overboard Procedures Posted
Procedures for Rough Weather at Sea Posted
Pollution Placards Posted
Waste Management Plan Posted Posted
Garbage Placard Posted
Procedures for Anchoring Posted
Procedures for Firefighting Posted
Procedures for Flooding Not found
Procedures for transferring fuel oil Not required
Construction and Structural
1. The vessel is constructed with adequate scantlings and workmanship.
2. Welds appear sound as far as sighted.
3. The bulwarks, decks, railings and internal bulkheads, shell plating and frames available for visual inspection appear sound and in fair condition with the following exceptions: none
Machinery and Equipment
1. The deck machinery and equipment appears to be in serviceable condition.
2. The wheelhouse arrangement and equipment are adequate for this type and size of vessel and appear in good and serviceable condition. The equipment was not tested for operability.
3. Machinery appears in serviceable condition.
4. The AC electrical wiring is armored cable. Wiring and fixtures are installed according to standard industry practice. Batteries are contained.
5. The steering packing gland appears sound and without evidence of excessive leakage.
6. Exhaust stacks are silenced, lagged and away from flammable materials.
7. Overboard lines are fit with butterfly or gate valves.
Recent Repairs, Upgrades and New Equipment
1. A previous survey report lists the following work during 2001 and 2002:
a. Bilge keels added
b. Isuzu auxiliary engine installed.
c. RSW system installed.
2. The following work was done in 2006:
a. Vessel hauled out with:
i. cleaning and coating of hull
ii. replacement of zinc anodes as necessary
iii. propeller serviced
iv. propulsion shaft drawn and repaired
v. propeller zinc cap renewed
vi. keel cooler grounded to hull.
vii. Repair of minor cracking in the skeg.
viii. Sea chests screens removed and sea chests screened
b. Coating of weather decks, superstructure, mast and booms, and bulkheads.
c. The main engine, reduction gear and propulsion shaft were replaced with new
installed by Gardner Boat Works of Seattle, WA.
d. A new John Deere auxiliary engine was installed.
e. All deck equipment new or rebuilt including new stern power roller and net reel.
f. All rigging renewed (except for trawl winch wires) including anchor wire and boom wires and rigging.
g. Anchor winch rebuilt
h. Forward berthing area gutted and not yet finished.
i. New electronics in wheelhouse including satellite compass, autopilot, VHF radios, general alarm system and NavNet integrated radar, depth sounder and
j. RSW refrigeration system serviced and rebuilt as necessary.
k. New hydraulic pump
l. New washdown pump
m. New motors on hold circulation pumps.
n. New suction lines to forward hold.
o. Trawl blocks rebuilt.
p. Exhaust stacks rebuilt.
q. New electric stove and other galley equipment.
r. 32-volt system replaced with 24-volt system.
3. The following work was done in 2007:
a. The vessel was sponsoned with the addition of 3’6” to each side with the port and starboard weather passages alongside the wheelhouse enclosed to create a refrigerated locker port and a storage and workshop area starboard.
b. A bulbous bow was added and plumbed to the engine room.
c. A new aluminum shelter deck was added over the fishing deck and longline fishing equipment and gear was installed.
d. The following work was done to the tophouse:
i. The wheelhouse was extended aft 6’ with interior spaces finished as a master’s stateroom, head and passage.
ii. The old wheelhouse bunk and aft viewports were removed. Teak paneling was installed to cover voids left by removal.
iii. Glass viewports were replaced with Lexan plastic.
iv. Custom stainless steel mounting brackets installed for wheelhouse chairs.
v. A new entertainment music system was installed in the wheelhouse.
vi. The hatch to the wheelhouse ladder was re-built with a folding design.
vii. Two (2) new wheelhouse chairs and a granite topped table were installed.
viii. Many new electronic instruments installed including hooking up autopilot, radios, satellite communications systems, two (2) computers, VMS and CCTV equipment.
e. Electrical wiring and fixtures were renewed, installed new or replaced including:
i. New wiring run from distribution panels to electrical fixtures on the mast and wheelhouse top.
ii. Old unused cables removed.
iii. All new distribution panels installed for AC and DC systems.
iv. The alarm panel was re-wired and serviced.
v. A new control panel for the auxiliary engines was installed.
vi. The wheelhouse 32-volt system was removed and replaced with a 12-volt system.
vii. New batteries were installed.
viii. The engine room 12-volt system was re-wired.
ix. Two (2) quartz lamps on mast replaced.
x. A new electrical wiring weather head installed on the wheelhouse top. Most of the bulkhead mounted electric space heaters in the house were replaced.
f. The following changes and upgrades were made in the engine room:
i. The engine exhaust supports and brackets were rebuilt and new lagging installed on pipes. A new coaming was fabricated and installed on the housetop.
ii. New components installed to replace the compressed air supply system.
iii. New aluminum floorboards were installed in the engine room.
iv. New insulation was installed on the engine room deckhead.
v. A new hold stripping pump was installed in the engine room.
vi. A new deck washdown pump was installed.
vii. New stainless steel hydraulic lines were installed and all the pumps were replaced. A new electric driven hydraulic pump fit with a stepped starting appliance was installed.
viii. A new fuel transfer system including a manifold, valves and lines was installed.
ix. The hold circulation pumps were rebuilt.
g. The owner reported that a new Perko spot light, sighted onboard the vessel will be installed soon.
h. Ventilation ducting termini relocated to the top deck.
i. A new hot water tank was installed to replace old heat exchanger system.
j. Stainless steel anchor guards installed on stem, as well as stainless steel stem chock and roller.
k. The forward mast legs were landed on the wheelhouse top with bracing and mounts installed on the housetop per naval architects plan.
l. A new utility platform was added in the mast.
m. The Tenfjord steering engine was removed and replaced by a 2-ram system. A new larger rudder stock with packing gland was installed. The rudder was replaced with a stainless steel articulating rudder. The hydraulic steering pump on the main engine was replaced with a larger size.
n. The sewage and fresh water piping was replaced.
o. Emergency lighting systems for the house and engine room were not yet installed at the time of the survey.
p. The galley was refinished and several appliances replaced.
q. The prop was reported re-pitched in Warrenton, OR.
r. The following changes were made to vessel hatches:
i. The hatch to the steering room was replaced with a larger hatch. A raised hatch coaming was added to the forward hold.
ii. The hatch between holds was rebuilt and new gaskets installed.
s. The following work was done to below deck tanks and spaces:
i. The lazarette was cleaned and sanitized.
ii. The fuel tanks were opened and cleaned.
iii. The hydraulic oil tank was cleaned and coated. The hydraulic oil was replaced.
iv. All fish hold circulation lines were replaced. A stainless steel manifold was installed.
v. The new fresh water tanks aft and sponson voids were blasted and coated with Ameron 235.
vi. A new bin board system was installed in the holds.
4. The following work was done in 2009:
a. A McCarron VMI DC charging unit was installed in the engine room.
5. The following work was done in 2010:
a. The Isuzu generator set was removed and replaced with an MER generator set.
b. The vessel was hauled out in December of 2010. At that time:
i. The hull was cleaned and coated.
ii. Zinc anodes were replaced as necessary.
iii. The rudder was overhauled.
c. The built-in galley refrigerator and freezer lockers were removed and replaced with a Kenmore self-contained unit.
d. Two (2) berths were removed and replaced with lockers.
e. The sorting table scissor lift was overhauled.
f. A crab pump motor was replaced and pump rebuilt.
g. The lazarette was needle-gunned and coated.
h. The fish holds were re-glassed and gel coated.
6. The following work was done in 2011:
a. The bait locker refrigeration system was replaced with a larger capacity unit.
7. The following work was done in 2013:
a. A new bulbous bow was added to replace the previous bulb that had become damaged. Steel plating was replaced and a stainless steel stem piece was inserted from the top of the bulb to main deck edge line. Plumbing and venting was constructed of stainless steel pipe. b. The potable water tanks were opened, blasted and coated.
c. New fishing line was installed, consisting of Dyrkorm, 11.5 mm longline gear (20,000 hooks).
d. The Globe and Nobeltec computer navigation and charting programs were updated to the latest versions.
e. New hold circulation pumps were installed replacing old.
f. The port combi pump was installed new with stainless steel suction and discharge lines. The starboard pump was remounted and fit with a new discharge nipple.
g. The condenser pump was rebuilt with a new shaft seal, impeller, housing and discharge line (schedule 80 PVC pipe).
h. A new steering pump was installed with a new gear and coupling to the main engine.
i. The 27kw auxiliary engine received a new water pump, thermostat and cooling system hoses.
j. The 50kw auxiliary engine received a new fuel return line.
k. All the engines were checked by technicians from Hatton Marine and serviced as necessary.
l. A new APC uninterruptable power supply was installed for the wheelhouse computers.
m. New fluorescent lighting was installed in the lazarette.
n. The shaft was aligned by Pacific Fishermen.
o. New zinc anodes were installed in the seawater piping.
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