Other: FM Private Co. radio, standard Sony Stereo XR7280
Personal flotation devices: yes
Survival suits: four adult survival suits
Flare kit: yes
25,000 lbs fishold capacity in a single insulated hold
Separated into compartments by longitudinal bin boards.
Hold is also rigged to accommodate brailer bags
This is a well-built fiberglass vessel. The layout follows:
On the bow is the anchor winch, anchor and rode. Proceeding aft one encounters the forecastle and the vessels cabin. The forecastle contains for (4) bunks arranged in a “V” configuration, two on each side, port and starboard. Storage is provided under the bunks and on the after bunkhead. Stepping up from the forecastle you enter the main cabin with a Dickinson Pacific oil stove, a stainless sink and settee on the port side. An enclosed head with small sink and handheld shower is in the starboard aft corner. The main helm stations also to starboard, which includes a steering station, controls, instrumentation and electronics within easy reach and view. Just aft of the helm seat is a counter with built in propane stove and refrigerator. Proceeding aft up steps through a door, brings one on main deck over the spacious fishold which extends forward both port and storbard alongside the aft part of the engine compartment. The hold is also a hatch for access to the real of the spacious engine compartment with good lighting and room all around the engine. A top the main cabin is the flying bridge with a comfortable steering and a light boom for use in long-line fishing. There is a welded cover for the exhaust. Continuing aft on deck past the articulating reel, one step down is the cockpit style afterdeck, or picking area, which again is spacious. A steering and control station is located on the port side just aft of the reel. The controls for the hydraulic reel drive unit are within easy reach. The lazaret is accessible through a sealed hatch in the aft deck. Mounted on the stern rail are the power roller and fairleads.
The overall condition of the F/V is excellent. The cabin and gallery are extremely neat and show no signs of misuse. The engine, installed new in 2003, and other mechanical equipment have been well lubricated and maintained and are as neat and clean as one could imagine. At time of survey the marine gear was removed and spent to an authorized repair facility for rebuild using Twin Disc OEM parts. The marine gear will be replace prior to 2013 commercial fishing season. Bilges and other machinery spaces inspected were found to be neat and clean. No oily waste was observed in any bilge. Owing to the fact that the survey was conducted during winter, inspection of the lazaret was not possible due to the hatch being encased in ice, therefore, a report of items located therein or condition is not possible for this report. The running gear comprised of various metallic components. Where mild steel is used minor wastage is observed, as the surface is not painted. These surfaces are protected with zinc anodes and all anodes appeared to be in place with the exception of two of the keel coolers. It is recommended that the zinc anodes be fitted to each cooler prior to vessel launch. The hull is very clean and only light surface marks were observed. None of these marks extend through the gel coat in essence. The condition of the hull is near pristine. The condition of the entire vessel would be described as like new showing wear that is consistent with a vessel her age.
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