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Steel Ex Army Tug - ST Model

Steel Ex Army Tug - ST Model

USD 89,250

1954 45' x 12.5' x 6' Steel Ex Army Tug – ST Model · Powered by 400 hp Buda Diesel engine · 7 KW Kubota generator · Electronics: VHF radio, radar · Accommodations: 1 bunk, small galley · Truckable – has a bolt on wheelhouse · Located on southern shore of Lake Ontario New Price $69,000 USD Electronics VHF Radio, Radar Electrical 7 KW Kubota generator Additional 1954 45? x 12.5? x 6? Steel Ex Army Tug ? ST Model · Powered by 400

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2012 (2) 48' x 12' x 4' Steel Barges /To be built

POA

2) 2012 48' x 12' x 4' Steel Barges (To be built) Each barge would have a bulk head, 2 spud wells 12" and 3 kevels Buit in Illinois Price: On request for the pair

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1953/2002 50' Steel Erie Canal Dinner & Boat Boat

1953/2002 50' Steel Erie Canal Dinner & Boat Boat

USD 99,000

1953/2002 50' x 14' x 3' Steel Erie Canal Dinner & Tour Boat 49 passengers Documentation expiration date: May 31, 2011 All glass enclosed dining room offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Erie Barge Canal Gross tonnage: 14 tons Net tonnage: 9 tons Shell plating thickness: 3/16" Freshly painted in 2012 Headroom: Wheelhouse - 7', Cabin - 7' Engines: Ford Lehman 271E Diesel Engines - 120 hp each Transmissions: Walter V Drives Shaft Size: 1 1/4" Steering: Hydraulic Cruising speed: 7

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Steel Paddle-Wheel Tour-Dinner Boat

Steel Paddle-Wheel Tour-Dinner Boat

USD 325,000

1970 57' x 19' x 4' Steel Paddle-Wheel Tour-Dinner Boat 148 passengers Current COI - expires Sept. 2009 Gross tonnage: 44 tons Net tonnage: 31 tons Last survey: 2005 All steel construction - built in Deltaville, Virginia Thickness of hull - 1/4" Headroom: Wheelhouse - 6'6", Cabin - 7'6", Engine Room - 5' Twin 3-71 Detroit Diesel engines - 85 hp each - total 170 hp - year 1988 Fuel consumption: 3 gal per hr Steering: Hydraulic Cruising speed: 7 kts New 12.5 NorPro generator Fuel Capacity: 300 gal

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Paasch, Erie PA Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Vessel

Paasch, Erie PA Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Vessel

USD 110,000

58' x 18' x 5' Steel Commercial Fsihing Vessel Built in USA by Harold Paasch, Erie, PA Three watertight bulkheads Could be used for passenger service or a good safe hobby tug Powered by 8V-71 Detroit Diesel with Twin Disc hydraulic gear Hydra steering Stainless steel Hydra 30" net lifter Two new sounders Solid brass running lights Five new skylights - one opening up for accessing the roof. Includes a large quantity of gill net fishing gear (100+ boxes of gill nets, floats and etc). Located on s

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Historic Wooden Passenger Vessel

Historic Wooden Passenger Vessel

USD 52,500

Vessel: M/V Manhattan Passenger Capacity: 105 + crew Official Number: D213341 Main Deck Meal Seating: 64 Gross Tons: 13 Top Deck Capacity: 40 Net Tons: 9 Length: 59.9 Ft. Beam: 17.9 Ft. Draft: 4.5 Ft. Builder: Morehead Ship Builders Place Built: Morehead City, NC Year Built: 1915 Year of conversion to dining vessel: 1988 Last Dry-dock: 2005 PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 1 Machinery & Electrical 1) Main Engine: Detroit Diesel 671, approximately 150 HP - rebuilt 1999 2) Generator: One 9 KW NorPro, Model MG

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1961 60' Mahogany Passenger Vessel /95 Passengers

1961 60' Mahogany Passenger Vessel /95 Passengers

USD 169,000

1961 60' x 18' x 5' Mahogany Passenger Vessel Certified for 95 passengers The COI is current and for the Hudson River Built by James Giliken on Harkers Island, North Carolina Gross tonnage: 48 tons Net tonnage: 32 tons Last survey: Winter of 2006 Hull thickness: 1 3/4" mahogany Framing: Oak (2) 6-71 Detroit Diesel Engines (2) Twin Disc transmissions Generator: 10KW Northern Lights Cruising speed: Approx 10 knots Fuel capacity: 550 gal Fuel consumption: Approx 15 gph

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Steel/Aluminum Trawler Yacht

Steel/Aluminum Trawler Yacht

USD 449,000

62'4" x 16'7" x 8'6" Steel/Aluminum Trawler Yacht Draft 5'7" Steel hull, aluminum superstructure Dutch Herring Lugger designed by John Jansen Design, Naval Architect Built to salt water specifications Built - 1999 by Chantier Naval Forillon of Gaspe, Quebec, Canad Hull is jacketed with a costing of hot zinc Gross tonnage - 52.39 tons Net tonnage - 39-29 tons Weight - 101,500 lbs Hull - 5/16" below water line, 1/4" above water lline Bulkheads - five - 3/16" plating Shaft - 2 1/2" stainless steel

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Ex Army Model Bow Tug

Ex Army Model Bow Tug

USD 50,000

1941 64' x 18' x 6' Ex Army Model Bow Tug Built in Chicago in 1941 Molded depth: 8' Shell plating thickness: 5/16" Framing: 3 x 3 x 5/16" Bulkheads 6 x 1 ¼" Headroom: Wheelhouse – 7', Cabin – 7', Engine room – 7' Engine: General Motors 6-110 – 300 hp Transmission: Twin Disc 3.5:1 ratio Steering: Manual Fuel Capacity: Wings 650/1600 belly tank Generators: (2) 2-71 Detroit Diesel gensets - #1 – 3 ph, 240V, 60 HZ AC #2 – 250 amp, 120V DC Electronics: (2) V

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Aluminum Ferry/Head Boat

Aluminum Ferry/Head Boat

USD 1,100,000

1988/2000 65' x 24' x 5' Aluminum Ferry/Head Boat Built in 1988 by Gulf Craft, Louisiana. Completely rebuilt in 2000 Class: ST Gross tonnage: 80 tons Thickness of hull: 3/8" Top Speed: 28 kts Service Speed: 23 kts Passenger Capacity: 149 Crew Berths/Seats: 85 Engines: (3) CAT 3406E Diesels, 700 hp each, year 2000, hours 6500 Transmissions: Twin Disc 2:1 ratio Shafts size: 2.75" Propellers: 5 blade Nibral Cruising speed: 24 kts Generators: Northern Lights 20 KW, Yanmar 8 KW Electronics: (2) Furun

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65' Wood 150 Passenger/Dinner Boat /Converted to dining vessel in 1986

65' Wood 150 Passenger/Dinner Boat /Converted to dining vessel in 1986

USD 288,750

1957/1986 65' x 25.5' x 4.5' Wooden 150 Passenger/Dinner Boat Passenger Capacity: 150 Main Deck dinner seating: 64 Top Deck dinner seating: 78 Gross Tons: 33 Net Tons: 23 Length: 65' Beam: 25.5' Draft: 4.5' Builder: Crosavich, Biloxi, Mississippi Year Built: 1957 Year of conversion to dining vessel: 1986 Totally redesigned and rebuilt from main deck up . Constructed main deck enclosure, and all interiors, completely rewired 110 A.C, 32 volt D.C., and 12 volt D.C. ships electrical power source to

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Steel Commercial Fishing Vessel/Rebuilt in 1980s

Steel Commercial Fishing Vessel/Rebuilt in 1980s

USD 42,000

1946/Late 1980's 68' x 14.6' x 4.7' Steel Commercial Fishing Vessel Gross tonnage: 43 tons Net tonnage: 38 tons Engine: Detroit Diesel 8V-71, power take off on front of engine, engine is keel cooled Transmission: Allison – 4.5:1 ratio Kort Nozzle: Yes Cruising speed: 8.5 knots Fuel capacity: 1,000 gallons (approx) Fuel consumption: 10 gal/hr (approx) Generator: Yes Navigation Equipment: Radio: Uniden – MC1010/Icom-IC-M100 GPS: Magnavox – MX100 Loran C: Si-Tex – EZ 97 Rada

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1938 69' Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Vessel

1938 69' Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Vessel

USD 42,000

1938 69' x 18.5' x 6.5' Steel Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Vessel Built by Goodison Bros, Erieau, Ontario, Canada Gross tonnage: 55 tons Last survey: Bottom was surveyed 2010 Shell plate thickness: .190 Headroom: Wheelhouse - 73", Cabin - 75", Engine room - 72" Engine: Detroit Diesel 8V-71 - 240 hp @ 1800 rpm, year 1958 Transmission: Allison 3:1 ratio Shaft size: 3.5" Steering: Hydraulic Propeller: 38" x 28". 3 blade, RH, bronze propeller Cruising speed: 8 kts Fuel con

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Ferry

Ferry

USD 85,000

1946 86.4” x 36’1” Steel Passenger Vessel/Ferry Built in Canada in 1946 Molded depth: 10’2” Design draft: 7’6” 165.39 gross tons 87.96 registered tons Always in fresh water Was licenced for 70 passengers and 11 vehcles Powered by twin 855 Cummins diesel engines o 6 cyl, new in 1985, o 233 hours on starboard engine o 237 hours on port engine o c/w 3.87:1 gears Two (2) Ruston diesel 24D 40 amp 3 phase generators Two (2) side mounted hydraulic car ramps Hot water

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98' Steel Model Bow Tug /Rebuilt in 1950

98' Steel Model Bow Tug /Rebuilt in 1950

USD 68,250

1909/1950 98' x 22' x 10.3' Steel Model Bow Tug Gross tonnage: 149 tons Net tonnage: 80 tons Registered length: 91.7' Overall length: 98' Built in 1909 in Quincy, Mass for Army Corp of Engineers Rebuilt in 1950 Engine: EMD 16-567 engine - 1660 hp Gear: Falk 2.5:1 ratio Air controls 4-71 GM 40 KW 110/220 3 phase genset 2-71 GM 20 KW 110/220 3 phase genset 2 air compressors Crew's quarters: 2 bunks Engineer's quarters: 1 bunk Captain's quarters:2 bunks Electronics

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Steel Model Bow Tug

Steel Model Bow Tug

USD 175,000

1944 101' x 26' x 12' Steel Model Bow Tug Built in the state of New York Gross tonnage: 145 tons Net tonnage: 98 tons Last survey: 2008 Shell plate thickness: 3/8" Engine: 2 X CAT 398TA Diesel engines – 1700 hp, approx hours 6,000 Transmission: Farral Birmingham, ratio 7:1 Steering: Hydraulic Generators: 2 x Detroit Diesel 45KW gensets Cruising speed: 15 kts Fuel capacity: 14,000 US gallons Fuel consumption: 75 gal/hr Electronics: 2 x VHF radios, 2 x Radars, Depth Sounder, Gyro Compass, AI

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Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat

Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat

USD 5,000,000

119'6" x 43'8" x 12' Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat Passenger capacity: 250 persons Builder: Eastern Shipbuilding Group Flag: USA Classification: ABS, A1, AMS, SWAT, USCG – Subchapter K Gross tonnage: 99 tons Net tonnage: 67 tons Int'l gross tonnage: 537 Int'l net tonnage: 167 Load line draft: 10' Design speed: 25 knots Max speed: 30 knots Accommodations: Total passengers: 250 persons Staterooms: 3 Berths: 6 Cooler/freezer: Combination Fuel capacity: 17,483 US gallons Pot/ballast

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Steel Flat Bottom Open Push Boat

Steel tug boat

CUSTOM Knapp Island Tug

CUSTOM Knapp Island Tug

USD 99,900

Description (LOCATION: Tarpon Springs FL) This custom 47' Knapp Island Tug features unusual style, unique space, and un-compromised stability. RAVEN is based upon a commercial steel tugboat but designed and built as private yacht. Her steel hull and deck and aluminum pilothouse enclose a two cabin interior of high gloss western red wood, cherry, and teak. Never judge a book by its cover. On deck we have all the appearances of a commercial tug. Forward we have the rubber bow pudden, tire

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