The fishing vessel is a purse seiner configuration and is used primarily for salmon purse seining in Prince William Sound. The hull is constructed of laminated marine-grade plywood with a fiberglass overlay and strengthened with transverse and longitudinal exposed wood scantlings. She has a raked stem, hard chine, V-bottom, full keel and square transom. The decks and cabin are also constructed of marine-grade plywood with a fiberglass overlay.
It was reported to the below marine surveyor that the vessel suffered major fire damage and was completely rebuilt in 1984. Only the hull and machinery were salvaged.
The vessel is divided into five compartments. Below the main deck at the forwardmost space is the foc’s’le containing two stacked berths to port and two to starboard with stowage under and is presently used as a tool room, as crew berthing is above in stateroom in the main cabin. Aft are numerous electrical panels, storage batteries, access ladder from cabin above and passage to the engine room through a non-watertight bulkhead. The engine room contains a single diesel propulsion engine mounted on center attached to a reverse/reduction gear and front-mount power take-off driving three hydraulic pumps for the deck machinery. To port is a welding unit, 50-kw auxiliary generator, various bilge and fish hold pumps and two 350-gal. steel fuel wing tanks. To starboard are hydraulic tank, air compressor, storage batteries, 25 ton Carlyle compressor, and condenser pump. Aft of the engine room is the fiberglassed, insulated fish hold (capacity 90,000 lbs.). The fish hold is plumbed for flooding and circulating refrigerated seawater. Access to the fishhold is through a 5’ X 6’ opening on the main deck fitted to a raised combing and covered with a fiberglassed plywood hatch cover. There are also oval aluminum deck hatches found port and starboard of the hatch cover. Aft of the main fish hold is a “Sunday” hold with access through a watertight access hatch in the aft fish hold bulkhead or through a watertight Baier hatch in the weather deck above. This hold can be used for dry storage and has two 400-gal. aluminum wing tanks for diesel fuel (not currently being used) and a 50-gal. aluminum fresh water tank. Aft of the “Sunday” hold is the lazarette containing the steering gear, one 500-gal. diesel fuel tank centered against the forward bulkhead and one 700-gal. aluminum fresh water tank.
Above the main deck forward is the anchor gear and hydraulic anchor winch, then the main deck house with companionways down both sides leading to the work deck aft of the cabin. A steel mast, main boom and two picking booms are centered at the back of the cabin and secured with an A-frame. Aft the of main boom is the hydraulic deck winch, then the fish hold
The main cabin (deckhouse) is located forward of amidships and contains access to the foc’s’le below via a ladder and access to the bridgedeck above via a ladder. Two stacked exposed berths are located to starboard forward, then a large enclosed head with marine toilet, vanity and shower stall, then a cabinet for storage, and an enclosed exhaust funnel. Starboard of the exhaust funnel is the galley situated along the aft starboard portion of the cabin. It contains an under counter refrigerator, double sink and counter space. A four-burner propane stove with oven is located on the aft cabin bulkhead and to starboard of the cabin entry door from the work deck. To starboard forward are two
stacked exposed berths, then a stateroom with two additional stacked berths, then the U-shaped mess area with seating for six.
Atop the cabin is an enclosed pilot house with helm on centerline forward, engine instruments, throttle/clutch controls, electronics and electrical panels. Aft is a day berth and access to the bridge deck via a ladder. The bridge deck aft of the tophouse is the exhaust stack, several watertight storage boxes and a 12 cu.ft. chest freezer.
The vessel was completely rebuilt in 1984 after fire damage. The hull and machinery were salvaged, but new decks, cabin, bulkheads and bulwarks were installed.
When the current owner purchased in vessel in 2001 he undertook a major refit and modification of the vessel at a cost of over $90,000. It should be pointed out that most of the work was done by the owner, thereby saving thousands of additional dollars.
Since 2001 the following as occurred:
1. A new 50-KW MER generator was installed in April 2011 and the head gasket on the Isuzu auxiliary was replaced in August 2013.
2. A 25-ton electric-driven refrigerated seawater system by Integrated Marine was added.
3. The main fishhold was rebuilt, insulated, fiberglassed and plumbed with 3” PVC piping.
4. The 32 volt D.C. system was replaced with a 12 volt D.C. system, requiring new alternators and starter on the main and replacing all batteries.
5. Most of the vessel’s wiring was replaced and new breaker panels installed.
6. All new hydraulic and fuel lines were installed and most of the hydraulic valves were replaced or rebuilt.
7. One Pullmaster PL-4 boom winch was installed on the port picking boom and a Rotzler hydraulic winch was installed on the main boom.
8. A new air compressor was added.
9. A new depth sound, GPS, computer with navigational software and a VHF were added.
10. Redesigned the head and installed a shower
11. Installed a new electric hot water heater, replaced the condenser pump for the RSW system and replaced all the rigging blocks and lines prior to the 2013 salmon season.
The vessel appears to be both sound and watertight in her hull, decks and cabin. She appears to be in good condition mechanically and well maintained through scheduled maintenance. The engine room has been freshly painted and is well arranged. The foc’s’le that serves as the “tool room” is also freshly painted and well lit. The exterior decks and interior deck house show signs of wear. The cabin interior, primarily the galley, has noticeable cabinetry delamination caused by condensation. Keeping heat in the cabin, especially during the wet, winter months will slow down further damage. The decks are in need of sanding and gelcoat.
HULL & DECKS:
Hull material: four sheets of ½” marine-grade plywood with a fiberglass overlay
Side thickness: 2” +
Bottom thickness: 2” +
Frames: 3 ½” X 6” laminated wood
Spaced: 48” centers
Stringers: 3” X 6” laminated wood
Bulkheads: fiberglassed plywood
Clamps: 2” X 8” wood
Deck beams: 3 ½” X 3 ½” fir
Spacing: 14” centers
Decks: six sheets of ½” marine-grade plywood with fiberglass overlay (3” + thick)
Bulwarks: 24” high aluminum
Material: 1” marine-grade plywood with fiberglass overlay on outside, framed with 2” X 2” fir and insulated main deck house with tophouse above of like construction
Location: forward of amidships
Interior finish: 3/16” mahogany veneer paneling, carpet sole covering, acoustic tile overhead in main cabin; wood paneling and trim, acoustic tile on overhead and sliding side windows in tophouse
Ventilation: natural through vents, entry doors and sliding side windows
Stove: Four-burner propane range with oven (new 2008); properly shielded from wood
Sink: double stainless steel
Berths: six in deck house, one in tophouse, four in foc’s’le (11 total)
Fresh water system: tanked, pressure, hot and cold
Refrigerator / freezer: 5 cu.ft. G.E. refrigerator under galley counter, 7 cu.ft. Magic Chef chest freezer on bridge deck (new 2017)
Head: enclosed, marine toilet, vanity and shower stall
Table: U-shaped (seats six)
Helmsman’s station: in tophouse and on aft starboard corner of deckhouse
Other features: cooking is done with electric appliances (microwave, coffee pot, skillets, toaster, etc.)
Number of engines: one
Operating when examined (?): yes
Make: GMC Detroit Diesel
Type: 12 cylinder, two-cycle marine diesel engine
Date installed: 1974
Horse Power: 525
Reported running time since Last Overhaul: has approximately 9400 hours since major overhaul in 1999
Propeller(s): 44” X 30” four-blade bronze; good condition
Safety alarm system: yes, high water temperature and low oil pressure
Horsepower: 91.3 hp @ 1750 RPM
Reported running time since Last Overhaul: 14011 hours since new
Type: four-cylinder, four-cycle marine diesel coupled to 50 KW MER generator (new generator in April 2011)
Cooling: fresh water through keel coolers (40’ 1 ¼” copper pipe new 2016)
Exhaust: dry vertical stack
Age: 2001 (Isuzu engine only)
Location: port side of main engine
Application: provides electric power to hydraulic and circulating pump, 25-ton compressor, deck and forward lights, and galley appliances
Other: replace head gasket on Isuzu in August 2013
Steering: hydraulic helm unit with power steering pump in tophouse
Clutch: two station Hynautic (tophouse and starboard corner of deck house)
Throttle: two station Hynautic (tophouse and starboard corner of deck house)
Others: Wood Freeman jog at back of deck house
Type: 12 volt D.C and 110/220 volt A.C.
Power source: alternators on main and genset, 50 KW MER generator, shore power outlet, Napa model 85-1010 battery charger
Batteries: three 225-amp 8D 12VDC (two for main engine start and for auxiliary start, one for ship’s electronics and lights); well secured (new August 2017)
Overload protection: voltage regulators, breaker panels; switches identified
Wiring and fixtures: wiring insulated and good condition; fixtures shielded
Lights: 12VDC cabin, 12VDC/110VAC engine room and foc’s’le, two 500 watt Halogen deck light and two 100 watt Halogen forward lights
Fuel tanks: one 500-gal. aluminum centered in lazarette, two 400-gal. aluminum wing tanks (800-gal. total) in “Sunday hold, two 350-gal. steel wing tanks (700-gal. total) in engine room. 2000-gal. total gallons. Note: only the two 350-gal. engine room wing tanks are being used at this time
Fuel lines: ½” USCG Type B fuel hose (new 2001)
Filters: two Racor 1000FG
Fuel vents: to outside atmosphere
Shut off valves: at tanks and Racor filters
Fresh water tanks: one 150-gal. steel wing tank in lazarette, one 700-gal. aluminum wing tank in lazarette, one 50-gal. aluminum between fuel tanks in “Sunday” hold. 900 total gallons. Note: only the 700-gal. aluminum wing tank in the lazarette is being used at this time
Lube oil tanks: none (removed in 2001)
Hydraulic oil tanks: one 100-gal. aluminum on forward engine room bulkhead
Others: one 10-gal. electric hot water heater (new 2001), two 5-gal. propane tanks with shut-off valves and regulators well secured on bridgedeck (new 2008)
Sea cocks on all through hull fittings (?): yes, gate valves and butterfly valves
Pumps: 4” Paco circulating pump w/7.5 hp electric motor for fish hold flooding and circulation, one 1 ½” Pacer condenser pump w/1.5 hp Baldor electric motor, one 1 ¼” Jabsco with electro-magnetic clutch for washdown and emergency bilge, one 1750 GPH Rule with automatic float switch for engine room, one 1750 GPH Rule with automatic float switch for shaft log
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT AND DECK MACHINERY:
Power take off: Funk front-mounted on main engine crankshaft
Model number: 28213HA
Serial number: 8220002166
Hydraulic pump(s): three Vickers direct to Funk PTO (one 60-GPM, one 45-GPM and one 35-GPM)
Anchor winch: hydraulic-driven; model unknown (new hydraulic motor: 2015)
Deck winch: Kolstrand SW-2N hydraulic (new hydraulic motor: 2014)
Boom winches: one Pullmaster PL-4 on port picking boom, one Rotzler model TH-2 on main boom
Topping winches: one Pullmaster PL-4 to top main boom
Purse seine block: one 26” Kinematic open-face with aluminum cleats
Davits: two steel stanchions with two stainless steel rollers
Anchor and lines: 200 lb. Navy anchor, 1” chain, ¾” chain,175 feet ½ ” wire cable (cable new 2016)
Other: 25-ton RSW system by Integrated Marine, Carlisle electric-driven compressor (S/N 0401J01607) (both new 2001), condenser pump new in 2013
Mast: 8” steel (painted)
Boom(s): 6” steel main boom
Stays: 3” steel A-frame
Other: one steel 4” picking boom and one aluminum 4” Sch 80 picking boom
ELECTRONIC AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
Radio SSB: none
Radio VHF: one Standard Horizon Eclipse + (new 2004)
Radio C.B.: one Cobra 146 GTL
GPS: one Furuno GP31 (new 2001)
Radar(s): one Furuno model 1715 (new 2015)
Depth sounder(s): one Furuno FCV-667 (new 2001)
Depth recorder: none
Auto pilot: Wood Freeman Model 500 with jog at back of deck house
Compasses: Wood Freeman 8”
Navigation lights: USCG approved type
Other: E-machine computer with Noble Tex navigation software (new April 2008) and NEC MultiSync LCD1525V flat screen monitor, RCA AM/FM/cassette player, computer speakers for I-Pod
Fire extinguishers: one 5 lb. dry chemical in tophouse, one 20 lb. dry chemical at engine room entry forward of staterooms, one 3 lb. dry chemical inside deck house entry, one 2 3/4 lb. dry chemical in foc’s’le
Personal flotation devices: two 24” orange Type IV life ring buoys with line attached on bridge deck P/S
Survival suits: five Imperial Adult and one Imperial Child (all new 2015); all good condition with reflective tape, PFD lights with dated batteries and whistles
Life rafts: vessel’s seine skiff serves as a life raft while salmon purse seining
Bilge alarm(s): yes, shaft alley and engine room bilge
Gas vapor detector(s):
First aid equipment: one Eastern medical kit with instruction manual in tool room forward of engine room, one small medical kit in galley
Flare kit: one Olin flare kit
Other: passed USCG Commercial Fishing Vessel Dockside Safety Examination and received Decal No.226354, expiration date: June 2018 for Documented, Cold Water, Inside Boundary Line, Less Than 3 Nautical Miles
Copper River Boats & Permits LLC
Broker/Owner: Margaret Arvidson
Location One: 710 Third Street
P.O. Box 1722
Cordova, Alaska 99574
CELL PHONE: (907) 202-0012
714 Coho Way
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