1946/1989 64.5' Great Lakes Fishing Vessel/Work Boatt 1946/1989 64.5' Great Lakes Fishing Vessel/Work Boat

93,385 GBP (157,500 CAD)

Scruton Marine Inc.

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General Information

  • Price

    93,385 GBP (157,500 CAD)

  • ID

    471200

  • length

    19.66m

  • Year

    1989

  • location

    Ontario

  • Status

    Available

  • New/Used

    Used

  • Beam

    6.77m

  • Draft

    1.71m

Propulsion

  • Cruising speed

    18.52kph

  • Engine

    Cummins MTA855M - 325 hp

  • Engine hours

    26785

Accommodation

  • Number of berths

    6

Description

1946/1989 64.5' x 22.2' x 5.6' Steel Great Lakes Fishing Vessel/Work Boat
Built in 1946 by Erieau Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd., Erieau, Ontario
Rebuilt in 1989 by Hike Metals, Wheatley, Ontario
Last survey: April 7, 2012
Gross tonnage: 128.61 tons
Net tonnage: 85.91 tons
Shell plate thickness: 1/4"
Bulkheads: 4
Headroom: Wheelhouse - 78", Cabin - 73" Engine room - 68"
Engine: Cummins MTA855M - 325hp, 26,785 hours, year 1989
Transmission: 3:1 ratio
Generator: 22.5 KW
Navigation Equipment:
Radio: Standard GX1510 vhf radio and antenna
Motorola Triton II vhg radio and antenna
Depth Sounder: Furuno colour sounder
GPS: Data Marine Dantec Model 2800 GPS Chart Plotter
Radar: Furuno GASS FET radar - 24 mile radar
Compass: Large Sperry & gimbaled compass
Auto Pilot: Sperry 8t auto pilot and rudder
Other: Panasonic CB and antenna
Steering: Hydraulic
Winches: Hathaway trawling net winches
Deck wash pump: Yes
Furnace: Oil fired
Accommodations: Crew station with head, galley and 6 berths
Additional features:
Air compressor
Brake power 242 kw
Bow thruster
Redundant lighting system
Crosley hydraulic net puller
Wired for A.C. - 115/230V - 12 vdc/24 vdc - 110vac/220 vac
Located in Western Ontario, Canada
Price: $157,500 CDN
Reference No. FV2123

Seller information

Scruton Marine Inc.
49 John Street
Port Dover
N0A 1N7
Canada

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