Estimated Hold Capacity: 30,000 lbs insulated holds, binned and rigged for brailers
GENERAL VESSEL DESCRIPTION and LAYOUT:
The F/V is a diesel single engine w/ propeller powered vessel w/ molded fiberglass hull. The hull has a raked stem, semi-vee full keel bottom, hard chine’s w/ 27’ x 10 ½” rolling chocks, curved transom stern. The cabin is forward w/ flying bridge above, navigation mast w/ fish hold amidships and self-bailing open work deck aft, covered w/ aluminum deck shelter for long lining. Three transverse bulkheads into four below deck compartments divide the vessel w/ three sets of longitudinal wood w fiberglass overlay stringers. At the bow first are the anchor roller, anchor w/ mooring cleats and hydraulic anchor winch mounted to the bow foredeck. The walkways lead aft port and starboard aft to self-bailing aft deck w/ aluminum pipe safety handrails mounted to the flying bridge surround. A welded aluminum ladder starboard aft cabin bulkhead accesses flying bridge. The flying bridge contains a fiberglass surround w/ Plexiglas visor, hydraulic helm w/ bench seat mounted to the cabin lid w/ storage underneath, engine controls and a compass. The Epirb is mounted to the port side dash and the self-launching survival raft is mounted centerline aft to the cabin lid. An aluminum plate freestanding mast is attached to the aft cabin lid and the main deck, mast is for exhaust, ventilation, antennas, lights and radar sweep.
The cabin is entered by a hinged fiberglass over wood Dutch door w/ window from port aft, taking two steps down. To the port of entry is a closet, cabinets for storage, the generators instrument panel, a built in Sharp Carousel microwave with a Black & Decker automatic coffee pot on the counter underneath. Next forward is a large Formica counter top with double stainless sinks, Princess two burner electric cook top recessed into the counter top, with drawers, cupboards and counter space. Next is the helm with pilot seat, hydraulic helm, engine controls, instruments, gauges, various electronics, DC 12-volt breaker panel and navigational compass. To the starboard of entry amidships are AC / DC magnetic breaker distribution panels for hydraulics, wash down, bilge pumps, bilge alarms, lights and a shore power selector switch recessed into the cabinet. Amidships to the starboard is the galley range, a Dickinson Pacific diesel oil range / oven; fuel is supplied from the main tank via a DC 12-volt pulse pump. On the starboard is an enclosed head with stainless sink, counter, cupboard, shower with drain and DC 12-volt electric marine toilet. Next forward is the galley table with U-shaped seating for five, with drawers and storage underneath. Next forward taking three steps down is the forepeak and is accessed by an open companionway in the center cabin and contains four vee bunks, with storage under the bottom bunks. A hatch centerline forward in the cabin sole accesses the engine room that houses the main engine, auxiliary generator, batteries, battery charger, hydraulics, hydraulic reservoir, pumps, hot water tank, bilge pumps and bilge high water alarm. The vessel interior is finished with a vinyl sole, carpeted ceiling, carpeted and oak panel bulkheads. Formica counter tops with oak cabinets and doors and oak trim. Lexan front windows bedded in sealant and fastened with stainless steel screws with aluminum framed side windows with sliders.
Aft of the cabin is the work deck, with raised bulwarks 23” to 28” in height with a 6” high 1 ½” aluminum pipe rail fastened to the top of the rail, fully enclosed with a reinforced 3/16” aluminum deck shelter. Next aft is the main hold divided into six holds with three each common with a sump in the center holds for the suction pump Port and starboard sides are four 58” x 31” insulated hatch covers and amidships are four 59” x 59” insulated hatch covers. Holds are insulated and covered with fiberglass; the two center holds are common with the side holds with sumps and covers to pump the holds. Next aft is the cockpit/work area with amidships a sliding aluminum long line reel with level wind. Next aft is a 22” square Freeman Marine flush deck hatch leading to the lazaret. The lazaret contains the fuel tanks, steering gear, rudder quadrant and stuffing box; two bilge pumps with floats, and a bilge alarm. A hydraulic helm with engine controls, and hydraulic controls with reel foot pedal are port aft. An aluminum fairlead is mounted to the transom. Port and starboard are built in checkers to stand in when the deck is full of fish, and they act as bins to keep the load from shifting too much.
Force-10 LPG/ propane 3-burner stove w/ oven: fuel supplied by aluminum LPG/ propane storage bottle mounted starboard aft cabin lid, Dickinson Newport diesel cabin heater; fuel is supplied from day tank on the cabin lid by gravity feed, Norcold DE541 DC 12/ AC 120-volt refrigerator/ freezer, Majic Chef AC 120-volt microwave oven, Black & Decker automatic AC 120-volt coffee maker, Princess two burner AC 240-volt electric cook top recessed into the port side galley counter top, double stainless steel galley sinks w/ pressurized hot and cold freshwater, AC 120-volt electric forced air cabin heater, Espar/ Aironic D-4 diesel cabin heater mounted starboard engine room w/ remote cabin monitor; fuel supplied from main fuel tank via DC 12-volt fuel pump, Red Dot DC 12-volt forced air engine circulation hydronic cabin heater in head, Torrid MH-6 six-gallon engine circulation hydronic/ AC 120-volt hot water heater, DC 12-volt cabin and engine room lights, Par marine manual pump toilet w/ holding tank and Y-valve, vanity w/ stainless head sink w/ pressurized hot and cold freshwater and shower head w/ shower drain, AC 120-volt 5.0 cu. Ft. chest freezer mounted centerline cabin lid w/ weather cover.
HULL / CABIN / DECK:
Hull Material: Molded polyester fiberglass w/ full-length wood encapsulated in fiberglass longitudinal stringers and plywood bulkheads w/ fiberglass overlay and structural framing.
Cabin Material: Plywood w/ fiberglass overlay
Decks/ Bulkheads: Plywood w/ fiberglass overlay
Thru Hull Fittings: Bronze below water line w/ shut off valves/ bronze and plastic above the water line
Propeller Shaft: Stainless steel 2 ½" w/ stainless steel cutlass bearing holder bolted to keel w/ PYI/ PPS Drip-less water lubricated shaft seal.
Propeller: 30” x 30` RH 4 blade Bronze
Anodes: New zinc anodes September 2018
Rudder: Steel 24” x 22” x ½” plate w/ stainless steel 1 ¾" shaft w/ cutlass bearing holder on rudder shoe and bronze compression shaft seal accessed in the lazaret.
Rudder Shoe: Steel 4” x 1” x 9’ into steel 3" x 5/8” from the end of the keel to bow forefoot w/ reinforced w/ ¼” x 3” welded down each side thru bolted to the keel and steel 4” x 5/8” vee struts welded at rudder and thru bolted to the hull port and starboard sides.
Cooling Fitting: Walther twelve 6’ tubes double stacked keel cooler for main engine and a Walther two 4’ tubes for hydraulic oil keel cooler, both keel coolers are recessed into starboard side bottom w/ zinc anodes.
Two 8’ x 1 ¼” stainless steel tubes, port side for auxiliary generator cooling
Bow Thruster: Hydra Power Systems 10” hydraulic bow thruster w/ cabin/ flying bridge helm control switches
ENGINE & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT:
Main Engine: One
Make: John Deere
Model: 6125AFM 75
Serial No.: RG6125A064925
Horsepower: 455 hp. @ 2100 rpm
Hours: 20,646.8 (meter)
Last Overhaul: Installed new 12/ 2010
Alarms: Engine-high temperature water, low lube oil pressure
Model: MG-5082-A with 2 ½” x 16” San Juan inline oil cooler
Serial Number: S16317
Last Overhaul: Installed new 07/ 2012
Alarms: Marine gear-low pressure oil
Clutch & Throttle Controls: Mathers MMC Micro Command DC 12-volt; 3 stations at port cabin, flying bridge, and port aft deck console; owner reports installed new 04/ 2016.
Steering: Teleflex hydraulic; 3 stations at port cabin, flying bridge, and port aft deck console w/ DC 12-volt jog control steering at cabin and flying bridge helms. Power steering system has a Vickers V-10 power steering pump PTO off main engine w/ 5-gallon reservoir w/ return filter mounted port amidships engine room w/ steering manifold and DC 12-volt electric switching solenoid for DC 12-volt jog control steering mounted to the reservoir. In the lazaret the rudder quadrant is connected to a Hydro Slave dual ram steering ram quadrant, the steering system is plumbed w/ two wire hydraulic hose and steel crimped fittings; hydraulic steering ram new 2012.
AUXILIARY DIESEL ENGINE/ GENERATOR:
Make: Lugger/ Northern Lights
Model: M673L3.3 6.0 kW AC 120/ 220-volt single phase
Serial No.: 6732-56204 Hours: 1,348.4
Last Overhaul: Owner reports installed new 02/ 2019
Alarms: High temperature, low lube oil, volt meter
Starting System: DC 12- volt Ventilation: Natural/ cabin vents
Intended Use: Generating power
HYDRAULICS / WASH DOWN / MISC. PUMPS:
Vickers 4.1 cube load sensing hydraulic pump direct drive off reverse gear w/ 30 gallon aluminum reservoir w/ return filter mounted port aft engine room; hydraulic system has a Walther recessed exterior oil cooler.
Vickers pump and hydraulic lines new 12/ 2010.
Hydraulic driven Jabsco 1 ¼” seawater wash down pump starboard aft engine room with discharge hose on deck
Flojet DC 12-volt seawater wash down pump mounted in the lazaret w/ filter and discharge hose on the aft deck
Pacer hydraulic driven 2” x 2” centrifugal fish hold/ back up engine room bilge pump w/ manifold mounted port forward engine room.
Number of Tanks: Two
Construction Material: Fiberglass integral, reported w/ baffle
Total Capacity: 600-gallons each, 1200 total.
Shutoff Valves at Tanks: At tanks
Fuel Feed Lines: USCG approved neoprene
Tank Vents: Yes
Fill Connections: Flush, threaded
Filters: Engine primary spin on and dual Racor 1000 FG remote fuel/ water separator secondary filters
Number of Tanks: One
Total Capacity: 200-gallons
Construction Material: Fiberglass integral
Location: Forward engine room
Pump: DC 12-volt Par fresh water pump
Water Heater: Torrid 93-12403-FA 6 six-gallon engine circulation hydronic / AC 120-volt hot water heater mounted starboard aft engine room.
Number of Tanks: One
Construction Material: Fiberglass
Total Capacity: 20-gallons
Shutoff at Tank: Y-valve & plumbing for overboard discharge/ shore side disposal Location: Head behind toilet
NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT:
(1) Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2200 VHF radio transceiver
(1) Kenwood programmable private band FM radio transceiver
(1) Uniden Pro 538W CB radio transceiver
(1) Stephens SEA 222 Single Side Band radio transceiver
(1) Global Star satellite telephone
(1) Raymarine C-80 display w/ 48-mile radar dome scanner.,
(1) Si-Tex Explorer Plus Nav Pro GPS plotter networked w/ radar, autopilot and 36” flat screen display mounted centerline forward cabin helm; Si-Tex Explorer Plus Nav Pro GPS plotter new 2014
(1) Eagle Magna III LCD
(1) Furuno FCV-588 color video sounder; new 2017
(1) Com Nav P2VS Commander autopilot; new 2012 w/ Com Nav rudder angle indicator at the cabin helm. Com Nav electrical distribution boxes, DC 12-volt jog steering controls at cabin and flying bridge helms w/ 8” swung compass remote mounted port side forward engine room.
Marine shielded copper strand wiring; wiring appears to be choked properly and in good condition and maintenance. DC 12-volt magnetic breaker distribution panels at cabin entry and port cabin helm w/ DC 12-volt 8-D main engine start and house batteries vapor tight battery disconnect switches.
An AC 120-volt 30-amp shore power receptacle for AC 120-volt shore power is located on the starboard aft corner of aft cabin bulkhead w/ AC 120- volt magnetic breaker distribution panel and ship to shore power switch at aft cabin entry and AC receptacles wired in the cabin.
BATTERIES/ INVERTERS/ CHARGERS:
(2) DC 12-volt 8-D marine batteries secured in boxes w/ lids starboard aft engine room wired in series for DC 24-volt main engine start. Batteries are charged by DC 24-volt 80-amp belt driven engine alternator w/ Guest vapor tight battery disconnect switch located starboard aft under galley stove; owner reports DC 24-volt alternator and batteries new 10/ 2018.
(1) DC 12-volt 8-D marine battery secured in box w/ lid aft cabin bulkhead for house DC 12-volt. Battery charged by DC 12-volt 2000-amp belt driven engine alternator w/ Perko vapor tight battery disconnect switch located starboard aft under the galley stove; owner reports DC 12-volt alternator and battery new 10/ 2018.
(1) DC 12-volt marine battery secured next to auxiliary diesel generator, for auxiliary diesel generator start. Battery charged by DC 12-volt belt driven auxiliary diesel engine alternator; owner reports battery new 02/ 2019.
(1) C Charge # 93-12403FA AC 120-volt DC 12-volt battery step charger, bulkhead mounted over the start batteries w/ cabin-mounted monitor
(1) Galaxy DC 12-volt to AC 120-volt 1500 watt / 600 watt continuous Inverter, on dash by helm, for cabin electronics (1) Samlexs inverter PSA12175-A DC 12-volt to AC 120-volt 1700-watt continuous
3/16” aluminum freestanding mast attached to the cabin lid and the main deck, mast is for exhaust, ventilation, antennas, lights and radar sweep.