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1939 Researchadventure Vessel Exlighthouse Tender

Condition: used
Length: 175
LOA: 175 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 11 ft 3 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Brand: FAIRBANKS-MORSE
Engine Model: 38D-8-1/8
Hull: Steel
Fuel: Diesel
Cabins: 13
Heads: 7

Boat name fir dimensions loa: 175 ft 0 in beam: 32 ft 0 in maximum draft: 11 ft 3 in engines engine 1: engine brand: fairbanks-morse engine model: 38d-8-1/8 engine type: inboard engine/fuel type: diesel engine 2: engine brand: fairbanks-morse diesel engine model: 38d- 8-1/8 engine type: inboard engine/fuel type: diesel accommodations number of cabins: 13 number of heads: 7 inside equipment refrigerator manual bilge pump deep freezer electric bilge pump battery charger hot water oven microwave oven sea water pump washing machine heating electrical equipment generator inverter shore power inlet outside equipment/extras liferaft davits outboard engine brackets tender - 2 shore boats on davids radar reflector general configuration starting below the waterline and working up, fir,s hold and lower deck, moving aft forward, consist of the rudder; auxiliary rudder, steering gear room above after peak tank, crew,s berthing above aft freshwater tanks, auxiliary engine room, main engine room, fueltanks, workshop, main hold, more crew's berthing above the boatswain's locker and forward freshwater tanks, chain locker and fore peak tank. The engine room contains the twin diesel engines that replaced the steam engines in 1951 as wellas two generators for electricity while undenruay and boilers for heat. Next, the main deck consists of the rear bulwarks, officers, quarters, linen locker, commanding officer's locker, sick bay, upper engine room, galley and mess; outside are the king post supporting the hoisting mechanism, cargo hatch, buoy port, crew's wardroom, and paint locker. The upper deck includes davits anchoring two lifeboats, boat winch, main mast, staterooms, engine room trunk, office, uptakes for funnel, wardroom, and the topping winch and boom of the hoisting mechanism. The officers 'stateroom is relatively large and contained wooden furniture and a screen door leading to the boat deck. The wardroom, where the officers ate and worked, is unusual for cutters in that it offers a view of the buoy deck. The forecastle deck includes various vents and the anchor windlass. The bridge deck level is occupied by the wheel house with the control house for the hoisting mechanism above. Bridge equipment includes the helm controlling three hydraulic rudders; radar; radio; engine controls for twin shafts, port and starboard; gyro and magnetic compass; searchlight controls; captain's chair; and voice tube to flying bridge., accommodations the ship has a total of 13 private rooms. Six of the staterooms have wide beds, with drawers under them. Desks, hanging lockers, dressers shelves, etc. Seven bathrooms, 1 urinal, and six showers. Seating for 25 in the dining area,. And lots of refrigeration. She originally had a crew of about 41 people. Her overall interior affords lots of area to work with for personal upgrades. The galley is large spacious, and very practical, for accommodating a full crew., disclaimer 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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