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FOL NO.: 4102
Type: Steel Freezing Longliner
Built: 1989 by Atlantic Marine
Classification: The vessel was in the USCG ASCA Program through 2014. That designation has lapsed but the vessel could easily be brought back into the program. The ASCA Program is an alternative to being loadlined by a r-class Society.
Dimensions: Loa: 37.50 m W: 9.75 m D: 2.74 m
Tonnage: 194 GT / 132 NT
Engine room: 886 BHP, B cylinder (2) CATERPILLAR 3408 B Turbocharged main engine with after cooled Diesel - Port engine completely overhauled in 2012 and Starboard engine frame overhauled in the Fall 2010 - Twin Disc MG516 (2) transmission - Gear ratio 6:1 - Shaft size (2) 4.5" S.S.- Steering type: (2) Twin Custom Hydraulic Components System - Caterpillar 3306 auxiliary engine (portside) 180 kW driving a CAT SR4 generator - Caterpillar 3306 DI auxiliary engine (starboard) 193 kW driving a Marathon Electric 432PSL generator - Engine room fire suppression System Kidde, Halon CO2 agent suppression system
Cargo capacity: Refrigerated cargo hold of approx. 9,900 cbft, Polyurethane close cell spray foam insulated with a fire resistent sheeld - Hold sidewalls and bulkheads are guarded with wooden battens - Ingress/Egress for palletized product is provided in the way of a large 72" x 72" hatch opening - A coil and fin evaporator type chiller is affixed overhead.
Deck equipment: Deck crane: Aurora Model 30-SSC2000, non-telescoping boom with 2,000 lb work load capacity and 30' of available boom extension - Deck crane is also equipped with a Braden hydraulic hoisting winch - Longline fishery equipment - Processing equipment - Product transfer equipment - Product discard systems - Rudder stocks: 4 1/2" diameter stainless steel Rudderstock - Rudders work tandem supported by a 4" heavy wall steel pipe tie bar - Refrigeration machinery and equipment: Sabroe system utilizing Freon (R-22) refrigerant - Fore and aft Leeson Electric motor drive refrigeration compressors Baldor electric compressors
Accommodation: Berthing arrangements: Capt. Stateroom - 2 berths arranged over/under with desk, hanging lockers and cabinets. Chief Engineer Stateroom - single berth with desk and storage. Steward's Stateroom - (2) berths arranged over/under. (2) Eight persons berthing areas arranged over/under with storage space. Several common area washrooms containing shower and toilet facilities. Galley arranged with all stainless steel countertops in a C-shape with multiple commercial appliances. Mess is arranged with (2) mess tables with bench and L-shaped seating for 16 persons. A service bar containing a beverage chiller dispenser, commercial coffee brewer and cup dispenser.
Electronic equipment: 1 x Furuno radar with 24" monitor - 1 x Furuno radar 19" monitor - 1 x Furuno FCV-295 colour video depth sounder - 2 x Furuno GP-32 GPS's - 1 x ICOM ic-m302 VHF - 1 X Icom IC-M604 VHF - 1 x Furuno FCV-1200L down sounder - 1 x Skanti TRP-8258 SSB - 1 x Sea-222 SSB - 1 x Robertson AP-45 autopilot - 1 x Sailor Thrane & Thrane TI3606XP VMS - 1 x Furuno SC50 satellite heading system - 1 x Kongsberg AIS-200 - 1 x Furuno LH-3000 loudhailer - 1 x Atkins Dynomics AD-27 A. Additional electronics and navigation equipment also onboard the vessel.
Misc: Aft Factory Room: approx. 1,000 sqft processing area with fish collar bin, fish gutting station, pan transfer racks and (3) plate freezers, glazing tanks, breakout and bagging station - Magazine Corridor/Baiting Station: located starboard side aft of hauling station approx. 7L' x 7' corridor extending to the stern - Baiting station with 12" x 36" hinged opening for shooting the longline - Product freezing, Glazing and Bagging equipment - The vessel has an extensive list of fishing and factory processing equipment - The vessel last fished in the Spring 2013 and has been moored in fresh water during layup period. All essential equipment has been run and the vessel is on shore power. The vessel is considered to be in very good condition - Fuel capacity: 47,960 gallons of Diesel - Freshwater capacity: 3,413 gallons - Safety equipment: (2) Guardian 20-persons SOLAS A Pack inflatable within float free cradles - Category 1 EPIRB, McMurdo "Rescue 406" - McMurdo SART (search and rescue transponder) - (3) 30' Life ring buoys, Life Sling Harness - Large amount of other safety equipment onboard including damage control kits, aid and distress aids - Surveillance System: closed circuit digital camera located at the hauling station and the pilothouse