For Sale From Direct Owners

Reference DO0295
Type Crew Boat - Crew Boat
Class Local USCG
Build year / place 2002 / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Length (m) 52
Breadth (m) / Depth (m) 8.5 / 4
NT (tons) / GT (tons) 64 / 95
Engine(s) power (BHP) 6750
Engine(s) 5 x Cummins KTA38
Price 1,950,000 USD

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Detailed Information

Built Year & Place 2002 / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Hull Material Aluminium
Class Society and Notation Local USCG
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Principle Dimensions
Length Overall (m) 52
Length Between Prep. (m)
Breadth (m) 8.5
Depth (m) 4
Draft (m) 3
NT (tons) 64
GT (tons) 95
DWT (tons)
Machinery & Propulsion
Total Power Output (BHP) 6750
Main Engine(s) 5 x Cummins KTA38
Main Propulsion System
Auxiliary engine(s) 2 X 75 KW , Cummins
Speed Maximum (knots)
Speed Cruising (knots) 25
Cargo & Tank Capacities
Deck Cargo (tons)
Deck Area (m2)
Deck Load (tons/m2)
Fuel Tanks Capacity (m3) 91
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity (m3) 119
Ballast Tanks Capacity (m3)
Additional Information

Laid up, USCG and ABS full class expired

It had ABS full class when delivered.

Option 1: Alternatively priced at $2,950,000 USD delivered with fresh USCG COI, fresh class, buyer name/homeport/emblem welded on, fresh paint from “keel to mast” to Buyers’ colours and new deck boards. It will take 60-90 days to deliver if someone choose this option.

Option 2: Vessel’s center main drive train can be removed to reduce operating costs and give buyers a spare engine, gear, shaft, prop, etc. Sellers would handle removal, required class drawings/approvals and stability. If someone wanted to do this, it would add $250,000 USD to Vessel’s price and add 30 days to delivery.

Light Draft: 1.7 m
Fuel Consumption: 14.2 litres/min

Fuel discharge Rate: 82 m3/hr
Potable Water Discharge Rate: 82 m3/hr

Cargo Deck
Capacity: 250 tons
Dimensions: 31m L x 6.7m W

5 Twin Disc 6650 Ratio 2.5:1 Reduction Gears
1 Cummins 6CTA Bow Thruster
Elkhort 8393 Fire Monitor

Passengers: 78

DP-1 system
Radars: (2) Furuno FR7062/ 6
Radios: (1) SSB Furuno Sea FR1503
(2) VHF Standard GX-12605
(5) Remote mounted Co. radios w/ speaker & mic.
(4) Remote mounted VHF radios w/ speaker & mic.
Fathometer: (1) Furuno LS6100
GPS: (1) Garmin GP128
Weather Receiver: (1) Navtex JRC-330
NECODER: (1) Ringer 322ARX
Compass: (1) Ritchie C-463
EPIRB: (1) ACR406
PA/Intercom System: (1) Ray 430 louhailer

Vessel is heated and cooled by two (2) Goodman 3-ton central units.
• units are ducted to all living spaces.

This vessel is a typical Crew boat (Inspected Passenger Vessel) with a flat deck, a model bow, a transom stern, a chine hull, and an aluminum double level superstructure with a raised pilothouse forward.
The hull is protected by means of:
• 6” pipe cap is located at the deck line throughout the vessel.
• 12” rubber tires are secured with chain on both port and starboard sides.
• 36” rubber tires are secured across the stern.
Access to each compartment is made through an 18” diameter center bolt type manhole/hatch.
Compartmentation is as follows:
• transverse bulkheads:
o six (6) partial
o six (6) full
• two (2) longitudinal bulkheads divide the hull into fifteen (15) compartments.

• one (1) 8” H-bitt is located at the bow.
• three (3) 6” H-bitt is located on both port and starboard sides.
• one (1) 55” x 5” cargo rail is located down the main cargo deck on both port and starboard sides.
• deck lines consist of 2” polypropylene throughout.
• one (1) paint locker containing paints and supplies.
o locker has a CO2 fire extinguisher attached.
• ladders are each fitted with step pads and handrails on all levels.
o ladders are constructed of pipe and angle iron.
o stairs and ladders are fitted with non-skid.
• transfer piping consists of 1” – 2” piping with brass gate valves throughout.
• fuel and water tanks are provided with adequate crossover and isolating valves.
• 4” – 6” sea cocks with brass gate valves are located at the sea chest.
• pipe intakes are quick coupling and threaded.
• vents are 2” – 3” gooseneck with flame screens.
• perimeter of the forecastle deck level is fitted with a 52” plate type bulwarks with a 3” flange plate cap rail.
• perimeter of the main deck level is fitted with a 30” plate type bulwarks with a 3” flange plate cap rail.
• perimeter of the superstructure deck levels is fitted with 42” high 3-tier railings.
• main deck is fitted with two (2) 2-dog aluminum watertight doors.
• wheelhouse is fitted with one (1) 2-dog aluminum watertight door.
• machinery space is fitted with five (5) 6-dog wheel operated watertight doors.
• vessel is fitted with rubber mounted windows throughout.

• interior finishes consist of the following:
o FRP paneling on the bulkheads and overheads.
o vinyl on the decks.
• three (3) 1-man bunkrooms are located below the main deck, each containing:
o built-in wooden bunks
o lockers
• two (2) 2-man bunkrooms are located below the main deck, each containing:
o built-in wooden bunks
o lockers
• two (2) common heads are located in on the main deck and the crew’s quarters, each containing:
o stainless steel sink
o medicine cabinet
o porcelain toilet
o built-in fiberglass showers
▪ showers are fitted with non-skid.
▪ showers are not fitted with handrails.
• galley contains the following furniture and/or equipment:
o one (1) Crosley 4-burner electric stove with a Broan vent hood.
o one (1) GE microwave oven
o one (1) GE 28 cu. ft. refrigerator/freezer
o one (1) GE 10 cu. ft. deep freezer
o one (1) stainless steel dual sink with garbage disposal
o one (1) dinette set with seating for six (6)
o one (1) Sanyo 25” TV with a DirecTV box

Forward and Aft Control Stations each contain the following equipment:
• one (1) dual trumpet air horn
• approved type navigation lights
• three (3) Carlisle & Finch 10” spotlights
• one (1) Ritchie 8” compass
• two (2) MT Meridian Bridgemate gyro compasses
• autopilot system is operated through the DP system.
• three (3) VHF radios
▪ two (2) Standard Horizon GX 2000
▪ one (1) Standard Horizon GX 1150
• one (1) Furuno FS-1503 single side band radio
• one (1) Necode 322 ARX encoder/decoder
• two (2) Furuno RDP-150 72-mile range radars
• one (1) Furuno FA-150 AIS
• one (1) Garmin Map 541 GPS
• one (1) Furuno GP-31 GPS
• one (1) DP 2 system
• one (1) Furuno LS-6100 depth sounder
• one (1) Furuno NX-300 Navtex receiver
• EMI single lever electric controls
• EMI rudder angle indicators
• one (1) Furuno LH-3000 loud hailer
▪ two (2) external speakers
• two (2) electric windshield wipers
• one (1) 46” x 55” x 44” built-in chart table with:
▪ one (1) drawer
▪ one (1) cabinet
• one (1) IMS system with four (4) stations throughout the vessel.
• one (1) Lenovo desktop computer with:
▪ 17” flatscreen monitor
▪ keyboard
▪ mouse
▪ Brother printer/scanner
• one (1) Power Panels Inc switch panel
• two (2) Young wind monitors
• one (1) EMI valve control panel
• multiple tachometers, gauges, and throttle controls for main engines.
• located atop the pilothouse is a mast pole with navigation lights, running lights, searchlights, radio antennas.

Two (2) Cummins 6BT122-1800 6-cylinder diesel engines drive two (2) Onan MDGA-556350 75-KW generators.
• engines are electric starting:
o port engine serial number: 60251178
o starboard engine serial number: 60268132
Four (4) 12-volt heavy duty marine type batteries are stowed in a well-ventilated area adjacent to generators.
The vessel is wired with metal armored type wiring and rubber shielded coated wire. Fixtures are vapor proof marine type and fluorescent. Lighting system is 110-volt, AC. Switchboard is of the deadfront type. Overload protection is via circuit breakers.

Propulsion machinery is comprised of:
• five (5) Cummins KTA-38 12-cylinder diesel engines.
o engine number 1:
▪ serial number: 9817946
▪ hours: 7,067
o engine number 2:
▪ serial number: tag is missing.
▪ hours: 1,077
o engine number 3:
▪ serial number: 33174900
▪ hours: 13,353
o engine number 4:
▪ serial number: tag is missing.
▪ hours: 5,684
o engine number 5:
▪ serial number: tag is missing.
▪ hours: 5,421
• five (5) Twin Disc MG 6550 clutches with a 3.47:1 ratio.
• one (1) hydraulic tunnel thruster:
o powered by a Regal Belliot pump.
▪ powered by a Cummins 6CTA8.3-M1 6-cylinder diesel engine.
• five (5) 4-blade nibral propellers.
• five (5) free hanging rudders.
• five (5) 4” stainless steel shafts.
• Auxiliary machinery and equipment consist of the following:
• one (1) AO Smith 28-gallon water heater
• one (1) Fast System B-3X sewage treatment system
o rated at 955 L/D
o serial number: 16372
• one (1) Crown macerating pump
o powered by a Baldor 2-hp electric motor.
• two (2) Well Flo bladder sets
o powered by two (2) fractional hp electric motors.
• one (1) GR pump powered by an electric motor.
• dual pump hydraulic system
o powered by 5-hp electric motors.
• two (2) Quincy multi-stage air compressors
o two (2) 80-gallon tanks
o powered by Baldor 5-hp electric motors.
• one (1) Barnes bilge pump
o powered by a Marathon 3-hp electric motor.
• one (1) bilge pump
o powered by a Baldor 10-hp electric motor.
• one (1) fire pump
o powered by a Baldor 10-hp electric motor.
• one (1) Crane Deming 6” x 4” fire pump
o serial number: DC525613
o powered by the port generator
• one (1) Gorman-Rupp 03E1-B cargo transfer pump
o serial number: 1502977
o powered by a Baldor 30-hp electric motor
o fitted with a KEP ticket printer
▪ with a flow meter electronic display.
• one (1) Alfa Laval MAB 103 B-24 fuel separator
o serial number: 4123654
• one (1) Coffin World Water Systems oily water separator
• one (1) Oberg P-200 oil filter crusher
o serial number: 24358
• machinery space is ventilated by 18” diameter fan type blowers.
• one (1) Whirlpool washer
• one (1) Hot Point dryer
Marine Surveyor inspected both main engine shafts by sighting areas of the shafts that were exposed in the engine room. Both seemed smooth, contained no visible signs of rust, had no unusual pitting, and appear to be in good working condition. The remainder of each shaft could not be sighted due to vessel being in the water.

Lifesaving equipment consist of the following:
• USCG approved Type I life jackets with water lights and whistles are located throughout the vessel.
• four (4) 25-person USCG approved life rafts
o inflatable canister type: SOLAS “A” pack
• one (1) Siemens 66-point alarm system
• seven (7) life rings with lights and lines.
• electric main and generator emergency shutoff
• one (1) industrial first aid kit

Firefighting equipment consist of the following:
• one (1) 2.5-lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher
• nine (9) 20-lb. dry chemical fire extinguishers
• one (1) 10-lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher
• one (1) 500-lb bottle CO2 system
• cable control fuel shutoff
• one (1) Ansul Auto Pulse IC 301 fire alarm system
• four (4) fire stations
o each with 1½” x 50’ fire hoses.
• one (1) Elkheart fire monitor

All details are given in good faith and are believed to be accurate but no warranty of accuracy or completeness or suitability for purpose is either stated or implied. Prices are subject to change without notice.

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