PASCH MARINE RESPONSE VESSEL
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This is a typical Great lakes fishing vessel of riveted and welded steel construction built by Pasch Marine, Erie, Pennsylvania in 1930 and retrofitted to an Oil Spill Response Vessel (OSRV) in 1972. It has a plumb stern, radiused forefoot, rounded bows and cruiser stem,
The solid plate stern bar rolls aft throughout the radius of the forefoot fairing into a plate keel and built-up skeg. Zinc anodes are fitted.
The lower hull configuration employs a hard chine with deadrise from shallow to 0-24" amidships.
The vessel has generous sheer and embraced full around by bulwark and split pipe fender at gunwales.
Superstructure, which forms the pilothouse, is situated forward of amidships and is constructed of welded aluminum for stability purposes, below which is the machinery space.
The hull is divided by four watertight bulkheads forming a forepeak followed by 900 gallon settling tank followed by 1,500 gallon oily water receiving tank followed by machinery space then lazarette.
Repowered in 1972 with GM 371 Diesel Engine. Includes GM 271 Auxiliary diesel with air start.
Retired USCG Class "D" Tanker.
Includes 3 ton Prentiss hydraulically actuated deck crane with log moving clam.
Includes Floredeck Vac-all boom with 12" diameter hose.
2006 Survey available. DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION OWNER RETIRED. BOAT CAN RUN WITH A CREW OF 2*********
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