1999 Custom All American Marine Teknicraft
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Twin / diesel
- Located In:
- New York, NY
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 550,000
This 58’ multi-hull catamaran is built by All American Marine Inc. in Fairhaven, WA and is made of welded marine grade aluminum. She utilizes a revolutionary design which takes the best features of symmetrical and asymmetrical hulls and uses it to create a smooth and fuel efficient ride. Featuring three staterooms (one master and two guests) with beautiful cherry trim and luxurious upholstery throughout gives the boat a warmth and class that immediately feels like home. Powered by Twin Turbo Charged Caterpillar engines she can reach 22 knots at full power and17 knots at 85 percent power. A 55-foot boat at less than 1000 horsepower is pretty amazing.
Please contact Mike Grysko at 954-789-1307
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Time and Tide
LOA: 55 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 5 in
Displacement: 45000 lbs
Total Power: 600 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: Turbo Charge
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 300 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: Turbo Charge
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 300 HP
Cruising Speed: 17 knots
Maximum Speed: 22 knots
Fuel Tanks: 4 (400 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Specs & Info
This vessel features 3 staterooms with one master and two guests. There are side decks, port and starboard, along the main cabin. Inside the main cabin is the helm station forward and a large dinette with upholstered seating to port . The main cabin is fitted with large aluminum framed windows all around that provide excellent visibility. The galley area also has a large desk useful for navigation. There are port and starboard companionways leading to quarters below. Below the main cabin in the starboard hull, starting forward are a head with toilet, sink with vanity. Next aft is a ship’s office followed by a stateroom with a machinery/storage space beneath the large berth. In the port hull, starting forward, is the captain’s stateroom the majority of which is raised and bridges the two hulls. Next aft in the port hull is a head with toilet, sink and vanity followed by a stateroom aft.
HULL & DECK
The vessel presents itself with twin hulls each having a raked stem, fine entry and flat transoms. Each hull is a modified deep vee with an engine room at its aft end. Each transom is equipped with an integral dive/work platform accessed from the aft deck by built-in steps. There are tapered bulwarks with railings that lead aft from the blunt, rounded off bow to the aft end of the main cabin. On the fore deck is an anchor windlass set up with two separate anchors and chains. A chain locker is located beneath the fore deck. Additional items on the aft deck are a large welded aluminum A-frame davit with Pullmaster hydraulic hoist winch and the davit’s hydraulic rams and controls; Port and Starboard fuel fills; Moon pool with bolted hatch cover and 22 ½” high coaming; Port and starboard shore power receptacles and stairs leading up to the flying bridge/winch deck.
- Anchor Windlass: Maxwell model HWC-3500, serial number 71181, 12V DC with two chain wildcats and two line handling capstans and remote control on fore deck.
- Anchors: Each secured in a bow roller. - (1) Bruce 20 kg. with 30 ft. of 3/8” galvanized chain and 300 ft. of 5/8” nylon rode. - (1) Delta Fast Set plow style, 55 lb. with 30 ft. of 3/8” chain and 300 ft. of 5/8” nylon rode.
- A-Frame davit: Articulating, welded aluminum box construction driven by two (2) 2” hydraulic rams. Baseplates for the rams and the davit legs as well as port and starboard aft stops are welded to a 1” thick aluminum doubler plate which in turn is welded to the deck. A hydraulic control pedestal is mounted adjacent to the starboard davit leg. Controls are also located at the lower helm station. The davit is equipped with a Pullmaster model PL-2 hydraulic powered winch wound with 5/32” galvanized steel cable.
- Boat Davit: Welded aluminum construction with hydraulic ram for raising or lowering the boom. Manual swing and 12V DC electric hoist. Located starboard side aft on the upper deck.
- MOB/Small Davit: Welded aluminum pipe davit with a 12V DC Cabela’s electric winch wound with ¼” Spectra line located at the starboard forward quarter.
- Hatches: - (1) Welded aluminum hinged access hatch to the chain locker. - (2) 21” x 21” Bowmar aluminum hatches with Lexan lenses over the master stateroom. - (2) 14” x 19” Bowmar aluminum hatches with Lexan lenses, one over each guest stateroom. - (2) 24” x 15” Freeman water tight quick acting aluminum hatches, one over each fore peak void. - Two (2) 46” x 70” hinged, welded aluminum access hatches with gas struts over the engine compartments.
- Level Wind Winch: Hydraulic powered level wind winch located aft on centerline of the upper deck. Presently not wound with cable.
- Moon Pool: Located on center line in aft deck with 22 ½” high welded and reinforced coaming and ½” x 42 ½” x 42 ½” bolt-down aluminum plate hatch cover.
- Mooring Cleats: - Four (4) pairs of 15” stainless steel cleats arranged one port and one starboard on the fore deck, forward quarters, aft quarters and stern. Each having an adjacent closed chock.- Two 10” stainless steel cleats, one port and one starboard at the transom.
- Railings/Grab Rails: Forward on main deck: Two course welded stainless steel on stainless steel stanchions mounted atop the bulwarks for total height of approx. 35”. Aft end and sides of upper deck have two course stainless steel railings similar to main deck. Welded stainless steel railings at stern and at swim platform steps. Welded two course railing on steps to upper deck.
On the flying bridge/winch deck is the upper helm station forward with two upholstered, Todd helm chairs followed by two large deck lockers that also serve as bench seats. Furthest aft on the deck is a life raft in a cradle with a hydraulic powered level wind winch on centerline. The upper deck is fitted with a Bimini top supported by stainless steel framework.
The engine rooms are accessed through large, hinged hatches on the aft deck that are supported by gas shocks. Each engine room contains the following equipment: (1) Caterpillar propulsion engine, with marine transmission, starting, exhaust and cooling system components; Hamilton jet drive unit; Jastram hydraulic steering gear; (2) 400 gallon fuel tanks with manifolds and filters; (1) Stainless steel water tank; De-Bug Fuel treatment system; (2) Vapor tight rotary battery switches; Electric bilge pump with float switch; (10) 12V batteries; (1) 12V DC Jabsco wash down pump. Equipment particular to the starboard engine room is as follows: Kohler 20 kW genset with related fuel, exhaust and cooling components; 50 amp shore power panel/breaker; 50 amp galvanic isolator; Hydraulic steering pump and reservoir. Equipment particular to the port engine room is the following: Hydraulic power pack for operating deck equipment; Xantrex inverter/charger.
Her hull has a high tunnel ceiling with a large opening between the sponsons which allows free movement of wind-waves without slamming on the wet-deck. Horizontal steps on the inside of the tunnel walls act both as chines to deflect green water from the hull surface, and to break up the solid water into spray.
The hull is soft riding, mainly due to the vertical inside shape of the sponsons, which reduces the planing area, reducing the vertical acceleration forces. The height of the wake produced by the hull is much reduced as compared to conventional monohulls, due to the reduced wave-making resistance of the long, slender sponsons.
Another key component that sets Teknicraft's design apart from other designs is a hydrofoil that spans between the two pontoons. This foil provides a significant amount of lift, which reduces the amount of drag.
- Magnetic Compasses: Ritchie with 3” card at lower helm station; Ritchie with 4” card at upper helm station.
- Nav. Lights: Four (4) running plus one anchor light. Two (2) sets of red-over-white lights.
- Steering: Jastram hydraulic with 18” chrome wheels at both helm stations.
- Auto Pilot: Simrad AP50.
- Rudder Angle Indicators: (2) Simrad R135, one at each helm station.
- Radar/Plotter: Furuno NAVnet.
- Monitors: (1) Dell 17”; (1) Samsung 17” Syncmaster 730B.
- Display/Repeater: Ocean PC display unit with Sunlite 1210 screen at upper helm station.
- Depthsounders/Fishfinders: (2) Sitex Pro-Fish II, one at each helm station; (1) Standard Horizon MD 150 at upper helm station.
- GPS: (1) Furuno GP32; (1) Furuno GP37.
- AIS: JRC model JHS-182.
- VHF Radios: (2) ICOM IC-M59, one at each helm station; (1) Handheld ICOM IC-M72; (1) ICOM IC-m304 at upper helm station.
- SSB Radio: ICOM IC-M700 Pro.
- Other: Standard Horizon Loud Hailer; Furuno Weather Fax model FAX-207; Weems and Plath 4” stainless steel clock and barometer; Control panel for four (4) bilge pumps; Control panel for Guest spot/searchlight at both helm stations; HP Deskjet F380 All-In-One; Windshield wiper controls (5)
- Engines: Twin, diesel, Caterpillar 6 cylinder, turbo charged, model 3176 rated at 600 hp at 2300 rpm’s.
- Engine Serial Numbers: Port engine – 6BW00399; Stbd engine – 6BW00397.
- Marine Transmissions: Caterpillar reverse gears with 1:1 gear ratio.
- Jet Drives: Port and starboard Hamilton model 322 jet drives. Serial numbers: port – 009, stbd – 010. Input shafts are 4” diameter steel.
- Cooling: Heat exchangers with raw water drawn through Groco bronze sea strainers.
- Starting: Battery
- Engine Controls: hydraulic control system using dual lever controls for each engine at the lower, upper and aft deck helm stations.
- Instrumentation: Caterpillar digital panels for each engine at both helm stations. Push button start/stop.
- Main Engine Alarms: Low oil pressure, high coolant temperature, Low fuel pressure, High exhaust temperature; Aftercooler pressure; Sea water pressure.
- Engine Compartment Ventilation: Natural intake and exhaust through port and starboard sets of louvers integral to aft deck bulwarks along with two 12V DC blowers in each engine compartment.
- AC SYSTEM: 125V 30 Amp, 125V 50 amp, 208V 50 amp.
- Shore Power: Two (2) Marinco shore power receptacles; (1) 125V 30 amp located at aft end of the port side deck; (1) 125V 50 amp located at aft end of the starboard side deck. Each with suitable Marinco shore power cable. Each circuit has a Blue Sea Systems shore power panel with dual pole main breaker, reverse polarity indicator, volt and amp meter and selector switch/breaker with lock-out bar for shore power or genset power source selection. The shore panels are located in the starboard hull adjacent to the forward head.
- Galvanic Isolators: (1) 30 amp in the port engine compartment and (1) 50 amp in the starboard engine compartment.
- AC Panel/Distribution: Two (2) Blue Sea Systems panels located in same cabinet as the shore power panels described above. Each has breakers for branch circuits.
- Genset: Kohler 20 KW 208V AC generator unit, model 20E0ZD, serial number 2090489, driven by a Yanmar 4-cylinder, 1800 rpm diesel engine, model ATNV88-GKM, engine serial number is 349591P. Heat exchanger cooled, wet exhaust, 12V battery start with alarms for low oil pressure and high coolant temperature. Three pole 75 amp breaker at the generator. Kohler digital instrument panel at forward helm station. Genset reportedly installed new in 3/2006.
- High Voltage: 208V AC 50 amp circuit with Blue Sea Systems triple pole main breaker and Eaton/Cutler Hammer motor controller dedicated to the hydraulic power pack.
- DC SYSTEM: 12V
- DC Distribution Panel: All American Marine panel with Lexan cover located at helm station with breakers and indicator lights for branch circuits.
- Batteries: Four (4) 12V 8D wet cell batteries as follows. - Main engine starting banks; One bank consisting of (1) 12V 8D wet cell battery per engine compartment. - Genset starting battery; Started by starboard main engine starting battery. - House Batteries; One bank consisting of (1) 12V 8D wet cell battery per engine compartment.
- Inverter/Charger: Xantrex, Pro Sine 3.0, 3000 watt inverter/battery charger.
- Battery Selector Switch: Five (5) Guest vapor tight rotary switches for battery selection/isolation, (2) switches in the port engine compartment, (3) switches in the port engine compartment
- Battery Monitoring: Blue Sea Systems panel for monitoring up to three battery banks at the lower helm station.
- Lighting: 12V DC and 110V AC incandescent.
- Wiring: Marine grade cable.
- Circuit Protection: Breakers and fuses
- Personal Floatation Devices (PFD’s): (20) - Type II, adult. (3) – Type III, Adult (2) - Type IV, throwable device (24” life ring) equipped with heaving line.
- Emersion Suites: Eight (8) adult large with USCG approved reflective tape, whistle and waterlights.
- Life Raft: Zodiac 8 person. Securely mounted in float free rack atop main cabin.
- EPIRB: Located aft on upper deck.
- Visual Distress Signals: The flare inventory consists of the following; (4) 12 Gauge aerials flares (3) Handheld red flares (3) Orange smoke signals (1) Orange flag; (1) Whistle; (1) Signal mirror.
- First Aid Kit and Manual
- Sound Signaling Devices: Handheld expendable air horn.
- GFCI Outlets
- Oil and Garbage Disposal Placards
- Certificate of Documentation Onboard
- Portable Fire Extinguishers:
- (1) 2 Liter Foam adjacent to helm station.
- (1) Type B-I, 2.5 lb. Dry Chemical, located in starboard hull office.
- (1) Type B-I, 2.5 lb. Dry Chemical located in port hull aft stateroom.
- (1) Type B-1, 10 lb. Halon 1211, located starboard aft in main cabin.
- (1) 2 Liter Foam located starboard aft in main cabin.
- (1) B-II, 15 lb. CO2 located starboard aft in main cabin.
- (1) B-II, 10 lb. Dry Chemical with bracket stowed in upper deck starboard locker.
- (1) B-I, 2.5 lb. Dry Chemical stowed in upper deck starboard locker.
- Bilge Pumping System: - (2) Rule 2000 with float switches located forward in each hull. - (2) Rule 2000 with float switches located forward in each engine compartment. - (2) High water bilge alarms: (1) in each engine compartment. - (2) High water bilge alarms: (1) in each hull located forward. - (4) Bilge pump control panels located at lower helm station.
- Corrosion Control/Bonding System: Passive bonding system.
- Entertainment: - Main cabin: Sony 20” Trinitron TV; Sony DVD player; Samsung VHS player; Sony surround sound system with sub-woofer and satellite speakers; Delphi XMskyfi2 stereo with two Philips stereo speakers - Flying bridge: West Marine AM/FM/CD player with two Jensen speakers.
- Fuel System: Diesel. Two (2) 400 gallon aluminum fuel tanks mounted forward in each engine compartment (4 total). The tanks are atmosphere vented, fitted with approved shut-off valves and sight glasses. Each pair of tanks share dual primary Separ SWK 2000 fuel filter/water separators, manifold valves and pressure gauges. OEM secondary fuel filters are located on each engine. Each pair of tanks is equipped with a De-Bug fuel conditioning system. Labeled fuel fills are located two port and two starboard on the aft deck. Fuel lines are USCG approved A-1 hose. Total fuel tank capacity is approx. 1,600 US gallons.
- Galley Equipment: Force 10 3 burner LPG stove. Magic Chef microwave., Sunfrost refrigerator/freezer. Double, deep stainless steel sink. Bunn coffee maker.
- Gray Water: All sinks and the washing machine discharge directly overboard. Both showers drain to enclosed sumps with Rule 800 pumps that discharge overboard.
- Hot Water Tank: Atwood, 18 gallon 120V AC.
- Hydraulic System: Hydraulic pump driven by a Lincoln 220V 10 hp electric motor. System provides power to deck equipment related to research/survey work. Hydraulic reservoir is mounted in the port engine compartment, made stainless steel, fitted with a Murphy Switchgauge and filter. The reservoir capacity is approx. 58 US gallons.
- HVAC System: Three (3) Cruise Air reverse cycle air conditioning and heater units, (2) 16,000 BTU, (1) 7,000 BTU with duct work/venting to all habitability spaces. Heating and cooling zones controlled by Cruise Air SMX II control panels.
- Laundry Equipment: Combination clothes washer and dryer, make not sighted. Located in forward head of starboard hull.
- LPG System: The system consists of the three burner galley stove, a Trident LPG control panel with solenoid switch (mounted adjacent to stove) and two (2) 5 gallon LPG cylinders with regulator, pressure gauge and solenoid switch mounted in an enclosed aluminum cabinet on the aft deck. The stove is the only LPG appliance on the vessel.
- Marine Sanitary System: Type III, MSD with two electric marine toilets, “Y” valves, two (2) polyethylene holding tanks (approx. 55 gallons each) and tank level indicators in each head. Labeled pump-out fittings on each side deck. Holding tank capacities – approx. 110 US gallons total.
- Potable Water System: Pressure system with two (2) stainless steel tanks (approx. 240 gallon each), Flojet 12V DC model 2920 pump with Groco accumulator tank and in-line filter. Labeled fill fittings located on the port and starboard side decks. A Tank Tender level monitoring panel is located aft in the galley. Total tank capacity is approx. 480 US gallons.
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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