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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Twin / diesel
- Located In:
- New Orleans, LA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 98,500
REDUCED Dec. 3rd! The vessel is a convertible/sport fishing type yacht with a flush deck forward, a well deck aft, a model bow, a transom stern, and a raised cabin with fly bridge atop. Deck fittings consist of an adequate amount of cleats, chocks, and other hardware at various locations.The perimeter of the foredeck is fitted with a stainless steel bow pulpit with fender racks, and a custom fiberglass anchor platform. The fly bridge of molded fiberglass has a spray shield forward and a custom aluminum frame supporting a vinylized canvas bimini with soft curtains and clear plastic windows providing for a 100% enclosure. The deck has molded and non-skid panels throughout.
For more information please contact Capt. Ron Catalano at 504-452-1366.
Please contact Capt. Ron Catalano at 504-452-1366
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Four Sea Sons
LOA: 41 ft 3 in
Beam: 13 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 35400 lbs
Total Power: 970 HP
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Engine Model: 6-71TI
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3273
Engine Power: 485 HP
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Engine Model: 6-71TI
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3243
Engine Power: 485 HP
Cruising Speed: 24 knots
Maximum Speed: 26 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
The hull is a triple compartment design water-tight style, complete with tabbed bulkheads and stainless steel fasteners. The hull is of cored material and was manufactured utilizing a vacuum bagging process. The hull is ventilated by an open hatch in the foredeck, two opening port lights on both port and starboard sides of the hull, an aft access door to the cabin, and power blower ventilators in way of the machinery space. The hull is fitted with two scoop type ventilators on the port and starboard sides with the following:
- One head suction and discharge l
- Three sink discharges
- Two main engine cooling water suctions
- One generator cooling water suction
- ' Two transducers
- One speedlog
- Two air conditioning cooling water suctions
- One shower sump discharge
The following through hulls are located above the waterline:
- Two air conditioning discharges
- Three bilge pump discharges
- Two main engine exhaust discharges
- One generator engine exhaust discharge
- hulls are fitted with ball valves. All through hull valves appear to be working are adequately lubricated.
The hull is bright original gelcoat that appears to have been maintained throughout the life of the vessel and still has a gloss that apparently is waxed on a regular basis.
The superstructure has its original gelcoat luster and appears to be maintained by waxing on a regular basis. The decks have molded and non-skid panels and appear to be in good condition. The hull is fitted with a stainless steel rub strake throughout the perimeter of the weather deck elevation.
The vessel is also fitted with a timber rub strake with stainless steel face, which extends from the stern to midship on both port and starboard sides. The hull is additionally protected by means of portable fenders at strategic locations throughout the vessel.
The transom is fitted with porl and starboard hydraulically operated trim tabs.
Access to the accommodations is via a hinged door in the aft bulkhead of the cabin.The cabin superstructure has a solid fiberglass reverse raked section forward and is fitted with fixed tinted windows on both port and starboard sides. The overhead is fitted with a vinyl headliner; the bulkheads are a combination of mahogany joiner work with Formica and mahogany cabinetry. The sole is carpeted except in way of the water closet which is clad with sheet vinyl. Located forward is an anchor locker and directly aft is the owner's cabin with a double berth, cabinetry, two lockers, a Samsung TVA/CR. Adjacent is a water closet with a Vaccu flush commode, custom countertop with sink and enclosed shower which has a molded seat and a bi-fold door. Directly aft is a centerline passageway to the main salon. Located in the passageway is a water closet access to port. To starboard is a guest cabin with two single bunks and cabinetry. Also located in the passageway is the custom Hatteras circuit breaker/electrical panel. Aft and raised above the machinery space is the main salon, which has a vinyl headliner, combination of mahogany joiner work and formica cabinetry, carpeted sole and custom window dressings. The main salon also contains an L-shaped vinyl cushioned settee, table, a G. E. refrigerator/ freezer, a Galley Maid-Empress range/oven and a Panasonic microwave oven. Along the port side of the main salon is the galley and countertop with cabinets, a sink and appliances built in. Additionally, in the main salon is a Toshiba television, an ApexAD-1500 DVD player, a RCA DSS video player, a Marantz SR250 stereo receiver, and speakers.
The flybridge is located atop the main cabin superstructure, is accessed via a vertical stainless steel ladder extending from the cockpit upward in way of the port side with steps and safety rails. The flybridge is located atop the main cabin superstructure, is accessed via a vertical stainless steel ladder extending from the cockpit upward in way of the port side with steps and safety rails. The flybridge is fitted with a custom aluminum bimini frame with canvas bimini and full enclosure of vinylized canvas and clear plastic screens. Additionally located forward is a Plexiglass spray shield fitted across the forward end and along both port and starboard sides. Located aft is a custom design rod holders assembly. The flybridge and superstructure is additionally fitted with appropriate avigational lights, a speaker, and dual trumpet electric horn. The flybridge is also fitted with two vinyl cushioned pedestal seats, two vinyl cushioned settees, a mini awning transversely positioned at the lower edge shading the aft bulkhead of the main salon area. The flybridge is also fitted with an operator's console with internal storage area and an overhead electronics console.
Navigational Electronic Equipment
The vessel contains the following navigation and electronic gear:
- Magellan Nav 5000D GPS
- Furuno, FS 1502, single side band radio
- One 406-Hz E.P.l.R.B.
- Robertson, AP 300X, autopilot
- Danforth compass
- Stainless steel steering wheel
- The Operator's console contains the following:
- Two RPM gauges
- Two volt meters
- Two clutch oil gauges
- Two main engine oil gauges
- Two water temperature gauges
- Two Morse main engine clutch and throttle controls
- A GlennDinning engine synchronizer
- Engine starUstop buttons
- Two ignition panels with blower and bilge pump switches
- Trim tab selector
- Ship system alarm panel with visual and audible alarms
- Ray Marine C-120 color chart plotter
- Data Marine DM 600 combination depth/speedlog
- ICOM, lC-402, VHF radio
- Furuno LC-90 Loran C
- Panasonic AM/FM/CD CQ-C1 '101U player
- Pioneer waterproof speakers
The vessel is wired with neoprene clad marine grade wiring. Fixtures are of the yacht type. Electrical system is 12-volU110-volt AC and DC with 120-voltl30-amp and 24A-volU50-amp shore power fittings. Switchboard is of the custom design Hatteras deadfront type and overload protection is obtained by means of circuit breakers and fuses. Four 8-D batteries are aboard to provide a 32-volt starting system for the main propulsion engines.
The vessel is fitted with an electrical bonding system, ground fault circuit, and polarization sensor.
Auxiliary electric power is provided by of an Onan 3-cylinder diesel engine powering an 8-KW generator set.
The vessel is fitted with a Century battery charger.
Main Propulsion Machinery
The vessel is twin screw. Propulsion machinery consists of two Detroit Diesel, 6-71TI, 6-cylinder diesel engines, each rated at 485-horsepower at 2,500 RPM and driving a 3" diameter stainless steel tailshift with 4-blade bronze propeller through a Capital, model HE11200, reverse/reduction gears with a 2:1 ratio and a manual clutch. The main propulsion engines are fitted with a Hatteras custom molded design muffler system, and the generator is fitted with a waterlift type muffler.
Both main engines and generator engine are fitted with Racor fuel oil filtration system.
Main propulsion engines are electric starting and raw water/heat exchanger cooled.
Engines have only accumulated 168 since having a major overhaul!
Auxiliary machinery and equipment consists of the following:
- Hynautic hydraulic steering system
- Fiberglass fuel oil tanks meeting ABYC and US Coast Guard standards with a total capacity of 400 gallons and equipped with appropriate fills, vents, fuel oil shut-off valves, and gauges.
Two Cruise-Air air conditioning units
Switchgear panel with battery switch
One electrical inverter
Saltwater wash-down Pump
Pressure water pump
Two hand-held spotlights
One Century battery charger
One anchor windlass
Two Rupp, model 3306, outriggers
One 150 gallon water tank
One water heater
Two air conditioning circulating water pumps
The following safety equipment was noted aboard the vessel at the time of inspection:
One flare kit with appropriately dated flares plus two flare kits with expired flares
One boarding ladder
Spare mooring lines
Eight adult Type I offshore life preservers
Four child Type ll inshore life preservers
One first-aid kit
One throwablering buoy
One ABC fire extinguisher, located in the main salon
One ABC fire extinguisher, located in the guest cabin
One ABC fire extinguisher, located on the fly bridge
One ABC fire extinguisher, located in the fonruard cabin
Two battery operated smoke alarms
One Halon automatically triggered fire suppression system, located in the machinery space
Maxwell Wilson electric anchor windlass
A Danforth 5-2000 anchor with 25' of chain and 250' o'f '/o" nylon twist anchor rode
One spare Danforth anchor and rode, stowed in the lazarette
Three Rule 1200 bilge pumps, each fitted with an automatic switch, located in the forward cabin, machinery space and lazarette
One Rule 500 shower sump pump with automatic float switch and manual control switch
Aft Cockpit/Well Deck
The cockpit/well deck has an area of 120 square feet and is fitted with the following:
A boarding door and boarding ladder
One fish fighting chair, fitted on single pedestal
A fish cleaning station with sink and tackle stowage
One bait freezer
One large portable ice chest
It is the opinion of the undersigned Marine Appraiser/Surveyor that the service of this vessel should be in the coastal waters of the US and Gulf of Mexico, including inland waters tributary thereto.
The vessel was purchased by the present owner during 1995. Since that time, the vessel has been well maintained. The hull and superstructure have a bright luster with very minimal chalking throughout.
Underwater gear appears in good condition and propellers appear recently reworked.
The canvas enclosure in way of the fly bridge has the starboard two window zippers partly adrift.
Exterior vinyl clad cushions are aged and have UV deterioration.
lnterior cabin headliner has rust/or water stains on the overhead.
Running lights are corroded and part missing (May be contributing to overhead water stains).
Air conditioner suction cooling hose deteriorated and requires renewal.
The interior is clean, orderly, weli appointed and is in good condition. Overall, this vessel is in excellent condition contingent with its age and service.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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