1960 Davie Shipbuilding Expedition
OWNER WILL FINANCE!
CAN BE USED PRIVATE OR AS RESEARCH VESSEL
This Expedition Ship is ready to take you and your guests in stabilized comfort and safety for long range cruising. Beauport (her original and current name) has been lovingly maintained by her owner, who has kept up a tradition for keeping her in top shape. She has an excellent, professional and very economically-conscious crew of 6. She has had significant benefits from refits in 1999/2000/2002/2008 and 2010 since her original conversion in 1993. BEAUPORT’S interior is NOT Spartan it is a very comfortable yacht configuration and finish. Her exterior finish is a non faired, gloss finish, in excellent condition and rust free.
Originally built for the Canadian Coast Guard in Quebec, Beauport was designed, constructed and classed for light ice breaking, exceeding Lloyd’s specifications and spent her first 30 years operating year round in fresh water on the St. Lawrence Sea Way, originally accommodating a crew of 34. In 1993, at which time she was converted to a luxury yacht, there were a number of cabins removed to make way for guest accommodations, a large master cabin and a main salon. In 1999, Beauport was moved to Jacksonville, where she underwent a 6 month mechanical refit of all engines and operating systems wherein the owner spent more than 4 million dollars on the upgrades. In the spring of 2002 new John Deere 115 KW generators with hospital grade sound shields were installed as well as a back up 150 KW Isuzu, a massive 8 Ton hydraulic deck Crane and Koopnautic 40 sq st ft stabilizers. She is tremendously stable & efficient burning only 34 gallons per hour at cruise for both engines and one of her generators. Recently surveyed; if you are in the market for an large volume, economical long range expedition yacht, BEAUPORT warrants your close attention.
Tender: Siemans Knuckle hydraulic boom, Hydraulic/electric to port (Max. Cap. 13,000 Lbs,)
w/Honda 13 HP gas Engine/hydraulic pump as emergency backup for crane
(2) TR 26 SART radar transponders (2) Engine room mushroom vents
Engine dry stack
Siemens Knuckle hydraulic boom to starboard (Max. Cap. 13,000 Lbs.)
(2) Port and starboard 25 person inflatable life rafts
Solid 42” steel bulwarks with steel half round caps and deck scuppers
Aft main deck access hatch to steering gear room
Aft deck vertical warping capstan
Plans, Records & Log Books
Maintenance plan operational and overall maintenance is excellent.
Engine room log books
Bridge log books up to date and thorough.
Tools, special equipment, materials and spares more than sufficient to preform more than routine
Builder and designer original drawings, as well as updated as built sketches and drawings,
reports and maintenance records from the last 40 year are onboard.
Emergency plans suitable per IMO Regs. for pleasure yachts.
Clearly defined crew functions.
Emergency situation elements clearly identified.
Twin screw diesel motor yacht, ice breaker reinforced, round hull, round transom design of
welded steel plate construction w/raised pilot house, flybridge & bridge wing(s) steering &
Fastenings: Welded steel Frames: Steel angle bar on 12” & 22” frames, 5/8” thickness at the
top tapering to 1/2” Decking: Steel plate Planking: Steel plate
Starting at the forward end of the main deck are the twin anchor capstans. These capstans feature independent motors and are independently controlled. Anchor chain is 1 ¼ inch stud link with 8 shots (720') on the Stbd. side and 9 shots (810') on the Port side. Anchors are both 2,000 lb. Navy stockless. Next aft on centerline is an electric hydraulic crane installed in August of 2000. The crane has a Safe Working Load capability of 16,000 lbs at 28 ft. reach. The crane cable is 7/8 inch dia. and the crane is controlled with a remote console on the end of a 30 foot pendant as well as a console on the port side of the crane base. Next aft on centerline is the hatch leading to the cargo hold, while to port and stbd. are the tenders. To Port is the 29 foot Blackfin, to stbd is the 22 foot Boston Whaler. There is access through the doghouse between the tenders to the crews quarters. On the Foredeck aft is covered alfresco dining for 12 on a varnished teak slatted table and chairs. Next aft is the main deck house. The forward 2/3rds (approximately) of the fore and aft portion of this structure is flush to the sides of the vessel full beam. The remaining 1/3 (approximately) is set in from the sides allowing side decks accessible from the interior of the vessel and in turn leading to the aft deck.
On the centerline at the forward end of the house is a door leading to the main fore and aft granite passageway through the main deck house. At the forward end of this passage, to port next to the centerline doorway are stairs down to the lower crew’s accommodations. To port of the crew stairs is the Main Office. This room has four opening polished brass portholes, teak parquet floors, painted paneling and varnished trim, with four workstations.
Continuing aft to a short athwartships section of passageway at the forward end of the engine room trunk, this passageway leads to port and provides access to both the accommodation stairs to the Owner's Deck as well as the doorway to the Main Saloon.
The main salon is a large, comfortable gathering area that was converted to this use from three separate compartments. Forward in this area is a conference area/library, aft is an entertainment center with a large Mitsubishi TV, a Dennon Sound System, a VCR and a DVD movie center, central located, built into a console, is an electric piano.. The paneling and attendant joinerwork is stained cherry. The original brass portholes have been replaced with large rectangular 1/2 inch thick, scratch resistant Lexan windows set in custom made stainless steel frames. On centerline, separating the salon from the main fore and aft passage is the engine room trunk. Contiguous to the aft end of the engine room trunk to starboard is a large dry stores pantry. At the aft end of the salon is an etched glass door leading to a short thwartships passageway.
The main fore and aft granite passageway continues aft to starboard of the engine room trunk. Engine room access is from this fore and aft passageway through a steel door in the trunk.
To starboard on the main deck opposite the engine room trunk is the large commercial galley. There are two entrances, one at the forward end, another at the aft end, of the galley. Recent upgrades to the vessel have seen the replacement of the original galley portholes with large rectangular Lexan windows set in custom made stainless steel frames. At the aft end of the galley is a large walk-in refrigerator, and next to it is a walk-in freezer. Along the outboard side of the galley is a long stainless steel counter with two seperate large deep twin sinks, Kitchenaide disposals, a commercial dishwasher, and trash compactor. Forward is a Hoshitaki commercial icemaker. The stove is a large stainless steel commercial electric cooker and Kitchenaide double oven. All cabinetry including the prep island with eating counter topped with black granite is fabricated of stainless steel and is new as of August of 2000.
At the aft end of the main fore and aft passageway is an athwartships passage leading to varnished doors and screened doors that open both to port and starboard for access to the side and aft decks. At centerline of this athwartships passageway is an accommodation stairway leading to the lower guest deck. To starboard of the accommodation stairway is a continuation of the fore and aft passage that leads to four main deck guest cabins. The two forward cabins have single bunks, desks, and lounge areas and an opening port. Each of these cabins also has a wash basin. The two aft cabins have been converted to a double bunk with a desk and chair. The starboard and port double cabins have their basins replaced with a modern sink/makeup vanity center. Each of these cabins also has an opening port. In the passageway are two shared heads, marble trimmed each with a Vacu-flush toilet and shower stall.
There are five more guest cabins on the lower level. Two of these are doubles and the remaining three are singles. The double stateroom forward to starboard has it’s own ensuite bathroom complete with Vacu-flush toilet, shower and sink. The remaining rooms each have their own wash basin. There are two additional bathrooms on this level with Vacu-flush toilets and showers.
Outside on the aft end of the main deck is a working deck with a large capstan and access to the lazarette through a hatch in the deck and access to the lower deck via a thwartships ladder.
Owner's Deck (Above Main Deck; below Pilothouse)
Forward on the Owner's Deck is a full walk around Portuguese Bridge with access to the Foredeck. Aft of the Portuguese Bridge is the master stateroom with centerline king-size bunk. There are built-in couches and desk to starboard forward with dressers and armoires to port. There is a chest of drawers and armoire to port aft. Forward is a large cabinet for Symphonic TV/VCR connected to the Sea Tell satellite system.. This area is painted and has varnished oak trim. The sole is carpeted. On the port side aft is a walk-in closet with a fridge & safe. There is a Jacuzzi tub to starboard in the Stateroom, bathroom with Vacu-flush toilet, wash basin and shower are starboard aft.
Aft is a full width athwartships passageway with separate screen doors to port and starboard out to the decks. This passageway has a carpeted sole. Aft is a captains cabin with a double sized bunk, dresser, closet and desk and a private head with shower, Vacu-flush toilet and sink. Outside of the door to this cabin are the stairs down to the main deck and to the Skylounge. Outside on the Owner's Deck is a large boat deck area with the top of the engine room trunk and the funnel centrally located. To port and stbd. of the engine room trunk are the knuckle cranes used to launch the rescue boat and the 16' Novurania Rib kept in chocks on this deck. The remainder of this deck is large enough to land a helicopter and has been used for that purpose in the past. A set of stairs lead up to the Skylounge aft deck. Aft is access to the main aft deck working area.
In the pilot house there are opening doors port and starboard to the wing stations. There are four drop windows across the front. The room is air conditioned with two Marine-Air units mounted in cabinets port and starboard. Aft is a bench seat and a chart table. To port of the ships wheel is an “L” shaped navigation center built to accommodate the autopilot, 72 mile radar and PC navigation system with 17" monitor running Nobeltec moving map software with a complete set of CD-Rom charts. The original ships steering is via a wooden ships wheel on a Hyland hydraulic steering motor. The pedestal holds a Henry Brown & Sons magnetic compass. Two of the forward window panels are fitted with wipers. To starboard of the wheel are the Westinghouse air controls for the main engines along with shaft RPM indicators. Outboard to starboard is a ships telegraph which can be used in an emergency to signal orders to the engine room.
Immediately aft of the pilot house through a door to stbd. is the fully air conditioned Sky Lounge. This area has large bronze framed windows, two of which drop. This area also has a teak and holly sole. To starboard is a wet bar and fridge. In the port aft corner are the stairs down to the Owner's Deck. A door opens aft onto a covered open Lounge and alfresco dining there is access down to the Owner's 01 level and access up to the Flybridge via stairs.
Access from the Pilothouse Deck via stairs; 80" x 80" Jacuzzi aft; private sunning area. Raised forward section with brass binicle, steering station, table and chairs.
Number of Engines: (2) Fairbanks Morse Type: Opposed piston diesel HP: 640 HP each. Year: 1960, recently surveyed
Drive: (2) Hindmarch MWD reduction gears
Model: 38 D 8 1/8 Serial No: Port: C-326 Stbd: C-325
Engine Room Ventilation
Natural & forced Exhaust: Blower Heat Protection:
Oily water separator: HELI-SEP Model:1000/OCD
Alarms: Engine low Oil/high temperature, high water bilge, cofferdam and cargo hold. All Main Engines and generators have low Oil/high Temp. alarms and cut offs.
Lower Level Equipment
Saltwater circulating pumps (5 HP)
(2) 1800 GPD water makers
(2) Water maker pumps (3/4 HP)
Fuel transfer pump (1.5 HP)
Generator switch board
AC/DC load control center
Main engine control console and engine order telegraph
Engine control and monitor gauges
24 VDC switchboard
Murphy alarm panel for main engines, gear boxes, ships service generators and bilge levels
Fresh water wash down pump (3/4 HP)
(2) Hamworthy type V2C3 General service 80 HP Fire/bilge ballast pumps
Alfa Laval MIB 303 fuel oil purifier
Main engine 12.5 HP Hamworthy lube oil pump
Alfa Laval MAB 103 lube oil purifier
Koopnautic twin 40 sq ft each fin stabilizers
Gunert Refrigeration/freezer compressors
Lube oil storage tank
DC load control switch panel
Workbench with vise and tools
(2) 7.5 HP reduction gear lube oil pumps
Thermal dynamics plasma arc welder
World water system oily water separator
Freshwater pressure pumps, 2 HP and 1/4 HP
(2) 5 HP Quincy Model 325 air compressors
(3) Lube oil tanks
(2) Stainless steel air receivers, (2) 50 PSI space MAWP with 3/4” relief valves set at 258 PSI
Portable drill press
(3) 57 Gal. electric water heaters
20 HP Hydraulic service pump
2 HP Sludge pump
Sludge tank starboard side
Hydraulic oil reservoir
Gray water tank port side
Gray water pump 1/4 HP
(2) Saltwater pressure pumps, 5 HP and 3/4 HP
Deck & Safety Equipment
Anchors: (2) 2,000 Lb. Navy Stockless Port: 8 shots (720') of 1 1/4” stud link chain
Starboard: 7 shots (650') of 1 1/4” stud link chain, (1) 1,000 lb. Navy Stockless (aft)
(1) 2,000 Lb. Navy Stockless mounted on doghouse next to forward crane
Anchor Windlass/Capstan: Forward: (2) 15 HP Vertical capstans
Aft: (1) 12 HP Vertical warping capstan
Deck Cranes: (1) 8 Ton 16,000 LB swl Aurora electric hydraulic forward, (1) 1 Ton and (1) 2 ton on boat deck
Portable Dock: Aluminum angle w/strong brackets on hull (stored on boat deck underway)
Pilot Ladder: (1) Portable aluminum made to specs and mounts on either side of hull
Gunwales & Life Lines: Stainless steel stanchions and horizontals of proper heights above deck
Bits & Cleats: Adequate and structurally sound
Hatches: Forepeak, cargo and lazarette, structurally sound and operable
Doors: Metal and Wood, Wood doors refinished, metal doors water tight with operable dogs
Dock Lines: (1) Set 1.25” Dia. nylon, (3) Sets 1.5” Dia. nylon, (2) sets 2.5” Dia. nylon
Safety & Fire Protection
Life Jackets: (30) Type I, Adult Location: Deck safety locker and aft lazarette
Type IV PFD(s): (7) life rings Location: Various decks
Bell, Horn, Flares
EPIRB: (1) 406 Sart:
Life raft(s): (2) 25 man Zodiac types
Medical Supplies: More than adequate for pleasure craft. Controlled medication locked in
Oil discharge placard: Garbage placard: Waste Mgmt. plan:
Navigation lights: Anchor light:
Fuel Tank(s): (2) Integral Type: Steel Capacity:19,000 Gals.
Fuel: 500 Gal. Day tank Lube Oil Tank: 500 Gal. Waste Oil Tank: 300 & 175 Gal.
Sludge Tank: 50 Gal.
Water Tank(s): (2) Integral Type: Steel Capacity: 6,000 Gals.
Fill Line Location: To deck Vented: To atmosphere Location: Forward of fuel tank cofferdam
Water Maker(s): (2) 1800 Gal. per day, new membranes and pre-filters on board.
Gray Water Tank(s): Forward: 200 Gal. Aft: 300 Gal.
Holding Tank: (In port) (1) Type: Steel Capacity: 300 Gals.
Waste Treatment System: USCG certified, Marpol IV, inspected and certificate approved
Fire Systems & Equipment
(5) Deck Stations:, new valves on (3) stations, new hoses on (2) stations
Interior Stations: (4), (2) engine room, (1) crew quarters
(1) Galley, main salon passage way
Portable Extinguishers: (30+)
Suits/SCBA’s and related equipment: (2) Complete sets.
CO2: (3) Separate systems, engine room, cargo hold, paint locker
Fire doors: Functional, remote controlled, bulkhead, crew quarters, crane room, paint locker
Pumps: Firefighting and de-watering, (2) 4” Dia. discharge
Portable Pump: (1) Gas powered mechanical, 2” Dia. hose w/strainer on suction side
Fire Axes: (3)
Sperry Mark 37 MK37 Gyro
VHF Radio: Icom Model: IC-M120
Horizon STB VHF-FM
VHF Hand Held: (4) Model: Horizon
SSB: Sea 222
Portable Satellite Phone: Global Star, handheld
PBX Phone System: PBX Com sys w/phones & intercom speakers throughout vessel
Cellular Phones: (3) Connected to ship PBX system
Satellite TV: SEATEL system w/gyro tracking dish and control box
Auto Pilot: Robertson
Steering: Electric/hydraulic w/emergency manual steering option
Radar: Furuno Model: 96 & 48 NM Range
Chart Plotter: NEC monitor w/Nobeltec Admiral electronic charts
Depth Sndr.: Sitex
GPS: (3) Furuno Model: GPS35
Charts: (2) Sets paper and electronic
Binoculars: (2) Sets
Forward Looking Sonar: Functional Whistle: (2) Pneumatic Compass: (2) 9” and 10”
magnetic, Spherical Deviation Card Sperry Mark 37 MK37 Gyro
AC System: 110,208-220,440-480 VAC
Shore Connection: 200 amp Main Bkr.: Master Electrical Panel
Main Panel(s): Throughout ship
Distribution Panel(s): Reverse Polarity Indicator:
Grounded: Galvanic Isolator
GFCI @ Wet Locations; Reverse Polarity Test
Wiring: (marine grade, secured, properly supported and terminated
DC System: 12 VDC
Batteries: No.: (4) 12VDC, Wet Cell, deep cycle, (3) 12VDC gel cell
Secured; Positive Terminal; Acid Proof Box; Bonding System;
Wiring: (Marine grade, secured, properly supported and terminated)
(10) Guest Bathrooms w/showers; (5) Crew Bathrooms
VAC-U-FLUSH toilet system w/holding tank and Marpol IV approved pollution prevention
sewage treatment system