Last Dry-docked: June, 2008 (beached – routine maintenance)
Rebuilt: See “Upgrades”
Description: The Vessel is an all fiberglass single diesel powered uninspected commercial fishing vessel with flared raked V-entry bow stem to shallow draft centerline keel to round chine bottom with straight sides and square stern. The vessel is utilized in the Alaska seine fisheries. At the time of the survey, the vessel was afloat and in all accessible areas observed, appeared to be in good sound average condition.
The trunk cuddy style fiberglass deckhouse has a working open fly bridge on top with plywood overhead raintop and is entered via a wood hinged door starboard side aft. Inside, stepping down, the cabin is open with the galley table to port and the galley mess and captain’s chair with control dash, having electronics overhead, to the starboard side. Visibility is 360° via aluminum-cased rubber-sealed windows, raked back forward with slider starboard side.
The forepeak is open to the cabin and contains four (4) berths.
Finish: carpet, painted walls, vinyl ceiling, laminate, wood trim
How Ventilated: door, windows
Single stainless steel sink
Galley table for 4 - persons
Enclosed space (toilet removed for maintenance - to be reinstalled Spring, 2009)
Vickers 35/25 2-stage jackshaft driven off main engine front end with Pitts 12 VDC electric clutch
20-gallon aluminum tank
Capacity: 600 gallons
No. Tanks: two (2)
Material: galvanized steel
Location: lazarette port and starboard
Fuel Fills: flush on deck/hose to tank
Shutoff Valves: manifold, tanks
Fuel Lines: copper tube
Tank Vents: cabin aft to atmosphere
Capacity: 55 gallons
No. of Tanks: one (1)
Location: under cabin deck
Supply: Par Max 3 12 VDC pressurized pump
Voids: port and starboard side fish hold wing
Sewage: (1) 12-gallon plastic tank
(2) Rule 1500 12 VDC (engine room bilge)
(1) Rule 2500 12 VDC (washdown)
(1) Tyee manual (fish hold)
Sea Cocks/Sea Chests:
(1) 1-1/4” (toilet discharge)
(1) 3/4” (toilet intake)
(1) 1-1/4” (washdown)
Deck and Rigging:
The vessel is configured with a walk cap port and starboard side of the cabin for anchor deck access with the main working flush deck aft of the cabin. The main deck is enclosed via fiberglass bulwarks with PVC caps. There is a single fiberglass dry fish hold on center with 7” raised 5’5” x 8’5” hatch coaming with four (4) wood covers. The fish hold capacity is reported to be 30,000 lbs. of salmon.
The lazarette is accessed via the centerline stern flush hatch and contains the steerage quadrant and fuel tanks.
At the time of the survey, the vessel was equipped as follows:
®(1) 5-1/2” aluminum pipe mast with cable side and fore stays
®(1) 4” aluminum pipe goosenecked main boom
®(2) 3” aluminum pipe cargo booms
®(1) Kolstrand purse davit
®(1) Kolstrand deck winch
®(1)set galvanized pipe stabilizer poles with paravanes
®(1) Bloom cargo winch
®PVC starboard side crab guard
®(1) 1000 watt AC floodlight
®(2) 300 watt 12 VDC deck floodlights
Anchors and Gear: Danforth 35 lbs. anchor
Estimated 10 fathoms x 3/8” chain
Estimated 35 fathoms x 3/4“ Samson nylon line
Thompson hydraulic anchor winch
Approved Life Jackets: none
Ring Buoy: (1) 24” orange
Flares: gun kit
expire: not found
Life Raft: none
inspection due: n/a
hydro due: n/a
battery expires: n/a
hydro expires: n/a
registration expires: n/a
Life Boat (auxiliary): seine skiff during summer months (not valued)
Spot Light: none
Horn: handheld air
Medical Kit: not found
Day shape: none
Other: See “Alarms”
(1) 2-1/2 lbs. dry chemical (cabin)
*Last inspected: not found
¨Rewired the DC electrical, and installed new circuit panel.
¨Upgraded hatches with Baier hatches.
¨Foamed in outboard voids.
¨Installed dash alarm panel with engine room bilge high water alarm.
¨Installed bilge pump float switch.
¨Installed isolated start battery for main engine with charging isolator.
¨Installed new 130 amp alternator
¨Installed pressurized fresh water pump.
¨Rebuilt rain top.
¨Installed 3-way switching for power take off.
¨Rebuilt anchor winch motor seal.
¨Rebuilt main engine exhaust.
¨Installed new starter.
¨Installed 110 volt and 12 VDC deck lighting.
¨Installed forward 110 volt light.
¨Installed XM stereo system.
¨Install Furuno depth sounder and Icom VHF at fly bridge.
¨New running lights installed and mast-top red/white lights.
Recent Upgrades From Seller:
REMAN Engine with low hours (5-6 months of seining)
Price: $55,000 NEGO
Copper River Boats & Permits LLC
Broker/Owner: Margaret Arvidson
710 Third Street
P.O. Box 1722
Cordova, Alaska 99574
CELL PHONE: (907) 202-0012
Local Cordova Ph: (907) 424-5335 Fax: (888) 847-5332 Toll Free: 1-877-939-2BUY (2289) email Margaret Arvidson At: firstname.lastname@example.org