TYPE: Uninspected fishing vessel, per 46 CFR Subchapter C.
EXAMINED: While lying at haul out, with all compartments and spaces open for examination,
machinery not operated as part of survey.
BUILT: 1978 by Ledford Marine Industries/Camano Cruisers at Marysville, WA;
INTENDED SERVICE: Near shore fisheries inside the Boundary Line
LAST DRYDOCKED: 2015 rebuild and 2016 routine maintenance
LENGTH (Register): 36.2’
CONSTRUCTION: FRP laminate hull with (4) full length longitudinal FRP over timber stiffeners; solid FRP deck bonded and bolted to hull at wooden sheer clamp and with wooden deck transverse frames at various spacing; FRP and plywood bulkheads tabbed to hull laminate, FRP over plywood core deckhouse.
DESCRIPTION AND ARRANGEMENT:
F/V is a flush deck tophouse seine vessel with raked stem and transom stem and with moderate flare, mild sheer and deck camber. Hull shape is semi-displacement. The vessel is subdivided by three transverse bulkheads into four belowdeck compartments, from forward: forepeak void/ quarters, machinery space, fish hold, and lazarette.
Low bulwarks surround the deck, with aluminum bulwark extensions at the aft deck to 17” height; there are adequate freeing ports in the bulwarks. The work deck has the seine winch forward at the mast step along with the hydraulic controls, a fairlead to port in the waist, steering station forward and starboard, a coaming hatch to the fish hold, and a flush watertight hatch to the lazarette, containing the steering gear, fuel and potable water tanks, and the RSW machinery. The fiber-glassed and insulated fish hold, approximately 500 cubic feet, is subdivided by bin-boards, and has a hatch to the shaft alley and packing. Port and starboard side decks lead alongside the deckhouse to the bow deck and anchor gear. A ladder forward and port on the work deck leads up to the pilothouse, with steering and engine controls, RSW controls, safety gear, seating and storage, and another ladder on the port side leads to the cabin top, with LPG tanks, freezer and storage, and has steps up the mast to the crow’s nest with steering controls. A door forward and to starboard on the work deck leads down into the cabin. Immediately to starboard is the galley sink and stove; next forward is the helm station with steering and engine controls, electronics and electric panels. Port is a dinette and storage, next aft an enclosed storage locker, and aft center the engine box. Sole hatches also access the machinery space. Forward of the cabin are one port and two starboard berths beneath the foredeck. The engine box and cabin steps remove for good engine access.
Exterior finish is gel-coat, non-skid, aluminum, and wood trim; in very good condition. Interior finish is painted wood panel and trim, painted FRP, carpet sole; in very good condition. The interior and below deck spaces are adequately ventilated.
One John Deere model Powertech 6.8L six cylinder turbocharged diesel, serial # 6068TFM75A, 201 rated horsepower at 2600RPM, is electric started, keel cooled, and has lagged dry stack exhaust through a venturi trunk. The engine drives a Twin-Disc model MG-509 hydraulic reverse and reduction gear to a 2” diameter stainless alloy tail shaft mounted in a conventional type packing gland at the stern tube. There are 7,396 total service hours indicated. Ducting to the atmosphere provides adequate ventilation to the compartment and air supply to the engine. The machinery is in apparent good order as visually examined.
• Kinematics hydraulic seine block, at boom end
• Kolstrand model SW-1N hydraulic seine winch, main deck
---Above found in apparent good order.
Helm driven vane pumps at each steering station control a single hydraulic ram to the rudderstock’s tiller arm, with positive stops. The 1-1/2” stainless tock is through a conventional type packing gland to a riser tube in the hull. The steering gear appears in good order.
AUXILIARY GENERATOR: None; a Xantrex 600 watt DC/AC inverter with built in outlets
supplies AC current.
Wiring is mostly of approved marine type thermoplastic coated multi-strand copper, and is well routed and protected. Circuit protection is through DC fuse panels in the cabin and breaker panels throughout. House and starting current is supplied by (2) series 4-D 12-volt wet cell batteries in (2) 12-volt banks that can be paralleled. The leads are routed through vapor tight switches; battery maintenance is from an engine 75-amp driven alternator.
The electrical system is in apparent good repair.
FUEL TANKS: (2) aluminum, 480 gallons total, as new
FUEL FILLS ABOVE DECK: Yes
DRAINS/VENTS OVERBOARD: Yes
SHUT-OFF VALVES ACCESSIBLE: In machinery space or at tanks.
FUEL LINES AND PROTECTION: Lines are USCG approved type flex hose, adequately chocked and protected.
POTABLE WATER TANKS: (1) aluminum, 70 gallons, as new
DOMESTIC WASTE TANKS: No waste systems nor toilet facilities installed.
OIL TANKS: (2) hydraulic oil tanks, aluminum, ~20 gallons each, as new
OTHER: (2) Steel LPG cylinders
The tanks listed above as visible for examination and the associated fittings, piping, and valves appear in good repair as visible except as noted under “Recommendations” in this report.
• Audible and visible engine low oil pressure, low cooling water level, high cooling water temperature, and charging system failure alarms.
• High bilge water alarm, machinery space and lazarette
FIRE AND SAFETY:
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (2) TYPE/SIZE: B-I
DATE LAST INSPECTED: Unknown LOCATION: Cabin
FIXED CO2/HALON SYSTEM: Halon 1301 auto discharge, machinery space
PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES: None located
EXPOSURE SUITS: (4) Adult
SELF LAUNCHING RAFT: None
RING BUOYS: Type IV, with painter
FLARES: Approved for type, expiration 10/2013
MEDICAL SUPPLIES: Basic First Aid kit
BILGE/FIRE PUMPS: (2) 12-volt submersible automatic, machinery space
(2) 12-volt submersible automatic, lazarette
(1) Sunset-Tyee #1 bilge/fish hold pump, not connected
ANCHOR(S) AND RODE: (1) 110# Bruce plow type anchor mounts at the bow roller, with
unknown lengths of 1/2" galvanized chain and of 1/2" 6x19 steel cable, all new or in good condition.
WINDLASS: Nordic 16” x 15” hydraulic drum with locking pawl, new valves, sound.
MOORING LINES: Nylon and Polypro, adequate.
MASTS AND RIGGING:
MAST(S): (1) 5” pipe, stepped to main deck backing plate, braced to cabin.
BOOM( S): (1) 4” aluminum pipe main boom, fitted to gooseneck on mast,
(2) 3” aluminum pipe picking booms, fitted to gooseneck on mast
STANDING RIGGING: ½” 6x19 stainless cable forestay to the bow roller, with 2-1/2” aluminum pipe braces to the hauling station both sides, and the working load aft or a backstay strap stay the mast from all lead angles.
RUNNING RIGGING: Main boom has 3/8” cable vangs to a Bloom LB-4 split hydraulic winch;
3/8” cable topping lift to a Pullmaster PL-2 hydraulic winch, and 3/8” plaited composite fiber line cargo whip to a Bloom S-8 hydraulic winch on trolley mount. Picking booms each have Rotzler model PH-1 drum
winches spooled with 3/8” plaited composite fiber cargo whips to safety hooks, single-part ¾” three-strand Nylon manual vangs and a lazy guy between, and both with two-part three-strand ¾” Nylon manual topping
lifts. Associated blocks, eyes, etc. sound, with cotters/locknuts in place as visible.
OTHER: The mast has a ladder to the crow’s nest.
The mast and rigging as visible from the deck appears in good repair.
PROPELLERS: (1) Right hand four blade bronze, 24”x22”, removed for repair.
SHAFTS: (1) 2" stainless alloy through a deadwood mounted cutless bearing, in good order as visible but bearing removed for replacement.
through a riser tube in the hull and to a cup bearing in the skeg. Cup bearing worn;
remainder in good condition.
HULL FITTINGS: Stainless and bronze below the waterline, fitted with marine seacocks in
apparent good order; and bronze drain fittings above, in good condition.
KEEL COOLERS: Tube type cooler inset into a hull recess, good condition.
ZINC ANODES: ~50% wastage.
HULL: The underwater sections of the hull appear free of osmotic blisters, evidence of
hard grounding, or previous major repair. The antifouling paint is in fair condition.
• Atwood three burner LPG stove and oven, adequately vented and insulated
• Norcold 12-volt refrigerator/freezer
• Stainless sink
• Dirigo 6” magnetic navigation compass
• Raymarine model P70-R autopilot
• Cobra Marine model MR-F80 VHF/DSC transceiver
• Standard Horizon model Quest GX-1500S VHF/DSC transceiver
• Raymarine model A-Series 7” GPS receiver, video depth sounder and video chart plotter
• Connections for a laptop computer, removed at survey and not examined
• Portable air whistle
• Appropriate navigation lights for vessel class
• Pioneer Maxtrak double DIN CD/Bluetooth stereo receiver
• Direct drive jack-shaft power take-off from main engine crankshaft front accessory drive, to an Eaton variable speed constant velocity 6 cubic inch hydraulic pump and to a C-S conventional hydraulic pump mounted in tandem, deck service
• Rule 1-1/2” 12-volt RSW condenser pump
• Hydraulic driven Flo-Max 3” fish hold fill/void and circulation pump
• Rule 1-1/2” 12-volt deck wash pump
• Integrated Marine Systems Inc. refrigerated sea water (RSW) system with tube type chiller, Carlyle hydraulic driven compressor, associated condenser, piping and valves, rated 12 tons
• Mathers model Micro-Commander electronic engine controls
• (2) Espar DC-fired thermostat controlled diesel furnaces, (1) each at deck cabin and pilothouse, both new
• Electric windshield defrosters
• Various tools and spares
• HD chest freezer, cabin top
• Honda model EU2000i gasoline powered portable 2000-watt generator
• LED forward light bar, deck working lights and cabin lights
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