PROPULSION: Single Volvo Penta TAMD 120 diesel engine with Twin Disc MG-505 marine gear
ENGINE ALARMS: high temperature, low lube oil, low water level
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (3) 2 ½ lb. & (2) 5 lb. dry chemical
HEAT/SMOKE/VAPOR SENSORS: NONE
BILGE ALARMS: Yes, engine room & lazaret
LAST DRYDOCKED: May 2018
REASON: routine maintenance & inspection
(1) 12V D/C Johnson 2000 GPH,
(1) hydraulic driven Pacer 3” X 3” (fish hold stripping)
USCG REQUIRED PLACARDS POSTED: Yes
SOUND PRODUCING DEVICE: Yes,
(1) 12V D/C trumpet style horn,
(1) portable pneumatic type
(3) survival suits,
(1) life ring with retrieval line, retro-reflective tape & vessel name,
(1) marine flare kit (due 8/2020), (1) First Aid kit
STABILITY TEST / STABILITY LETTER: None
USCG REQUIRED FISHING DAYSHAPE:None
USCG DOCUMENTATION: current as reported by owner
GENERAL AND ARRANGEMENT:
This is a molded fiberglass hull constructed of apparent good and adequate scantlings by Ledford Marine at Marysville, Washington in 1982. The vessel has one deck, one mast, curved stem, round chine, transom stern, cabin forward, fish hold midships, open work deck aft.
The self-bailing non-skid coated aft deck is surrounded by 4” – 11” tapered bulwarks capped with UMHW plastic port & starboard, split aluminum pipe at the stern and contains midships aft a Freeman flush deck aluminum hatch providing access to the lazaret, next forward the fish hold with three section fiberglass covers, next a hydraulic driven deck winch, to port and starboard seine davit mounts & Freeman flush deck aluminum hatches providing access to the machinery spaces, to port forward a Pacer bilge/circulation pump, at midships the hydraulic operating station, to starboard at the aft cabin bulkhead is an operating station with jog stick and engine controls. The stern is fit with an aluminum plate “skiff guard”.
The non-skid coated foredeck is accessed by walkways port and starboard of the cabin, is surrounded by 4” bulwarks with UMHW caps and contains the anchor, rode, hydraulic anchor winch, aluminum anchor roller bracket and mooring cleats.
The flying bridge is accessed by an inclined ladder from port aft, is covered by a fiberglass weather cover supported by 2 ¼” aluminum pipe stanchions and contains forward a full width console with helm, jog stick, engine controls, compass, plotter & depth sounder, next aft a fiberglass stowage locker with helm seat, next aft are the RSW chiller tubes and General Electric 8 cubic foot chest freezer. Atop the weather cover is a Colossus plastic stowage tote with lid.
The cabin is entered by a “Dutch” style split aluminum door from starboard aft and contains from starboard aft an enclosed head with single basin stainless steel sink, shower wand and Jabsco manual marine toilet, next forward a day berth with stowage lockers beneath, next forward the helm, seat, full engine controls, gauges, instruments and various electronics, from port aft is the U-shaped galley area with countertop and cupboard spaces, double basin stainless steel sink, Magic Chef microwave oven, Dickenson Adriatic oil fired range/oven and Norcold under-counter refrigerator/freezer, next forward the galley messing table with fore/aft cushioned seating. The exterior cabin bulkheads are fit with aluminum pipe grab rails port, starboard and forward.
The forepeak is accessed by open companionway midships forward in the main cabin and contains to port and starboard two tiered single berths.
The vessel interior is finished with a vinyl sole, acoustic vinyl overhead, wood paneled bulkheads with aluminum framed windows
(1) 6 ½” coated aluminum mast with
(2) ½” X 3” stiffeners, single spreader securing deck lights, 3” aluminum pipe A-frame forebraces, fiberglass crowsnest with helm and engine controls,