(1) fiberglass net reel with Kinematics Twister hydraulic drive and levelwind,
(1) Kinematics hydraulic driven net roller with live aluminum fairleads,
(6) 15” cast aluminum mooring cleats.
FISH HOLD CAPACITY: 12,000lb. salmon
GENERAL AND ARRANGEMENT:
This is a fiberglass hull constructed of apparent good and adequate scantlings by Uniflight Inc. at Bellingham, Washington in 1982 as a Bristol Bay, Alaska salmon fishing compliant vessel. The vessel has one deck, one mast, curved and bobbed stem, transom stern, cabin forward, fish holds midships, open work deck aft.
The self-bailing aft deck is surrounded by 10” fiberglass bulwarks topped with 17” aluminum plate bulwarks topped with 12” high aluminum pipe liferails all around for a total height of 37” and contains midships aft a Freeman 17” X 26” flush deck aluminum hatch to the lazaret, next forward two (2) 80” X 26” fish holds with aluminum covers and hydraulic driven fiberglass net reel on 12’ track system above with levelwind, to port and starboard two (2) 50” X 31” fish holds each with aluminum covers and insulated bulkheads, to port aft a helm and engine controls. The transom is fit with a Kinematics hydraulic driven net reel with live aluminum fairleads.
The foredeck is accessed by walkways port and starboard of the cabin and contains the anchor, rode, hydraulic anchor winch, bow roller and mooring cleats.
The flying bridge is accessed by an inclined ladder from starboard aft and contains forward a full width console with helm and engine controls, midships a hatch with fiberglass cover for engine removal/replacement.
The cabin is entered by sliding door from midships aft and contains to port the galley area with countertop and cupboard spaces, single basin stainless steel sink, Olympic oil fired range/oven, next forward the helm, seat, full engine controls, gauges, instruments and various electronics, from starboard aft a hanging locker with starting batteries, next forward the galley messing table with fore/aft seating.
The forepeak is accessed by open companionway midships forward in the main cabin and contains two single tiered berths to port and starboard with stowage lockers beneath.
The vessel interior is finished with a Formica with wood trim overhead, vinyl sole, carpeted and wood paneled bulkheads, aluminum framed window and plastic portlights.
PROPULSION & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT:
SERIAL NUMBER: 101021
HOURS: 600 (reported)
COOLING: keel cooled with Walters grid coolers
EXHAUST: dry, well lagged with Salamander pads
MARINE GEAR MAKE: Velvet Drive
SERIAL NUMBER: 20066
SHAFT: 2” stainless steel fit with shaft saver
PROPELLER: 20” X 23º, 4 blade, bronze
SHAFT SEALS: dripless type
RUDDER: mild steel
RUDDER SHOE: mild Steel
HYDRAULICS: (1) Vickers pump belt driven from via electric clutch from main engine
STARTING SYSTEM: 12 volt
PROPULSION & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT: CONTINUED
FUEL SHUTOFFS AT ENGINES: YES
ENGINE ROOM VENTILATION: (1) 12V D/C blower
ALARMS: gauges only
CLUTCH & THROTTLE CONTROLS: Hynautic hydraulic, (3) station
STEERING: Hynautic hydraulic, (3) station
(1) Jabsco 2” X 2” centrifugal raw water deck washdown pump belt driven via electric clutch from main engine.
NUMBER OF TANKS: two
LOCATION: lazaret, port & starboard
FILTERS: Parker/Racor #S3232
TOTAL CAPACITY: 300 gallons
SHUTOFF VALVES AT TANKS: YES
FUEL FEED LINES: neoprene hose
FILL CONNECTIONS: flush deck
FLAME SCREENS: YES
NUMBER OF TANKS: two (portable type)
LOCATION: beneath galley sink
TOTAL CAPACITY: 10 gallons
WATER HEATER: None
PUMP: Shureflo 2.0 GPM 12V D/C
AUXILIARY GENERATOR SETS: NONE
INVERTERS: (1) 350 watt Power On Board
BATTERIES & CHARGERS: (2) 12 volt 8-D batteries (removed for winter storage), fit with (1) Perko battery disconnect switch, secured in acid resistant trays, charged by engine alternator.
DISTRIBUTION, WIRING & OVERLOAD PROTECTION: Marine wiring, fuse panel and circuit breaker distribution, good condition.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
RADIOTELEPHONES: (1) Cobra #MR F-45 VHF with GPS
(1) Lowrance #HDS-7 (removed for winter storage at time of survey)
(1) Lowrance Elite-4,
(1) Lowrance Elite-5 (removed for winter storage at time of survey)
(1) Saturn 4” magnetic bubble
(2) 12 volt sealed-beam decklights,
(1) RIGID 30-bulb LED light bar
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: LED style
(1) 12 volt Guest cabin fan,
(2) 4” X 4” West Marine speakers
Vessel appears sound and well-built, overall condition very good for age and service.
Vessel was attended in dry storage with underwater body and fittings in general good condition.
Vessel has recently undergone extensive refurbishment including but not limited to: new raised aft deck, new hull coatings, new fish holds, fiberglass bulwarks, rudder shoe & supports, new propeller shaft bearing, new aluminum bulwarks and liferails, new aluminum fish hold hatch covers, cabin interior refurbished, new 30” LED light bar and various new electronics installed.
Lazaret was unable to be inspected at time of survey due to the hatch cover being frozen shut.
Spare Engine & Tons of Spare Parts
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
61203 Gooseberry Place
Bend, Oregon 97702
Port of Cordova Ph: (907) 424-5335 Fax: (888) 847-5332 Toll Free: 1-877-939-2BUY (2289) email Margaret Arvidson At: firstname.lastname@example.org