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Listing# 107521

Mobile, AL, United States
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Motor Yachts
49 (ft.)
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1981 49' Grand Banks


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.
Beam: 15.5 Max Draft: 5.2
Total Power: 460
Fuel: 1000 Fresh Water: 500
ACCOMMODATIONS AND LAYOUT:   Commencing forward is the guest stateroom with full hanging lockers, storage drawers, and a full head to port. Adjacent from the head is two berth stateroom with hanging lockers, storage drawers, washer and dryer.     Three steps up leads to the galley with three burner electric stove with oven, microwave, and single stainless steel sink. The salon is fitted with one couch, wet bar and a table. The lower helm is on the starboard forward side with an access door leading to the main deck. The master's stateroom is three steps down center aft salon bulkhead. The master's stateroom has a queen size bed with storage lockers and drawers to port and starboard and a full head in the starboard forward side. HEADS:   Two (2) 12 volt Galley Maid marine toilets discharging via two adequate size holding tanks fitted with Y valves, macerators, and thru-hulls for off shore discharge only. The showers are fitted with Rule 360 GPH shower sumps.  DECK:   SAFETY EQUIPMENT P.F.D.'s: Seventeen (17) type I RING BUOY: One (1) Yes FIRST AID KIT: Yes CHARTS: Yes SAFETY RAILS: 27 to 28 inches around the perimeter of the fly bridge deck and 32" around the main deck. ALARMS: Water temp, oil pressure, fire and carbon monoxide. EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN: Yes, at lower helm                                             GROUND TACKLE ANCHOR TYPE AND SIZE: One (1) Danforth number 45 fluke type in anchor davit.   CHAIN AND ROPE: 1/4" chain and an adequate amount of 112" nylon rope. SPARE ANCHOR: One (1) # 22 Super Hooker. ANCHOR STORAGE: Inside pulpit on bow deck.   ANCHOR WINDLASS: One (1) 12 volt Galley Maid with controls at the helm and foredeck. DECK AND HULL:   The MN Hot Tomale II is a year 1981, all fiber, re-enforced plastic (FRP) constructed vessel with twin diesel engines, a generator, three staterooms, two full heads, galley and salon combination, and a fly bridge. The vessel has been issued a U. S. C. G. Certification of Documen­tation with admeasured dimensions, name, and hailing port.   HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE   HULL & DESIGN: FRP., Semj displacement FLOORS: Teak Parquet DECKS: Teak ELECTRICAL: ELECTRICAL AUXILIARY GENERATORS   MAKE: One (1 )Northern Lights 20KW MODEL: M8542 OM   DATE INSTALLED: 1996   HOURS: Estimated 6000 hrs.   COOLING SYSTEM: Fresh water with heat exchanger: raw water intakes are fitted with bronze type sea strainers.   STARTING SYSTEM: 12 Volts from ship's storage battery.   EXHAUST SYSTEM: Wet-led out side shell through approved type piping fitted with aqua lift type muffler. FUEL SOURCE: Diesel, from one fuel storage tank through U.S.CG. approved type fuel hose fitted with Racor 500MA filter/water separator with shut-off valves. WIRING DESCRIPTION: Factory wiring harness and distribution panel with 120 volts AC, 12 vo1t DC, and amp meters. OVERLOAD PROTECTION: 120 Volt AC and 12 volt DC circuit breakers. SHORE TIE: Two (2) 50 AMP 125 volt, 6/4 50' shore cords with inlets in port and starboard side mid ship of superstructure. CHANGE-OVER CONTROL: On starboard side at lower helm in salon. BATTERY CHARGING: From alternators on main engines and from one (1) Sentry, 12 volt, 40 amp battery charger.   ELECTRONICS: RUNNING LIGHTS: Meet U. S. C. G. regulations. FOG BELL: None Sighted HORN: Dual electric COMPASS: One (l) Danforth 5" on fly bridge SATELLITE NAVIGATOR/SOUNDER: One (1) Furuno l850DF. AUTO PILOT: One (1) Wood Freeman model 500 with remote on fly bridge. SEARCH LIGHT: One (1) Hand held. RADIO TELEPHONES: SOUNDER: One (1) Standard Horizon on bridge. DEPTH One (1) Datamarine Offshore depth KNOT METER: One (1) Datamarine Navigator RADAR: Two (2): one (1) Raytheon model RIO, 24 mile on bridge, and one (~~.LLC-I>-ZA-mile oo-4ly-bfidge. PILOT CHAIRS: Two (2) pilot and watch chairs. MECHANICAL/ENGINE ROOM: All of the below waterline through-huH fittings are bronze fitted with stainless steel ball valves fitted with bronze sea strainers. PROPULSION   ENGINE MAKE: Two (2): Lugger diesel engines. MODEL:  L6125/KCBT HORSE POWER:  Reported 460 each, 920 total DATE INSTALLED: 1996                                                             HOUR METER READING: 5920 hrs REDUCTION GEAR MAKE:   ZF, model IRM31 OPL COOLING:   Fresh water with heat exchanger: raw water intakes are fitted with Groco bronze type sea strainers. ALARMS:  Low oil pressure, high engine temperature, gear pressure, and heat sensors in engine room. EXHAUST SYSTEM: Wet-lead out transom through approved type exhaust piping, fitted with approved-type silencers 12 Volts ITom two (2) banks of one (1) 4-D storage battery each through solenoid, located center aft in machinery space fitted with approved type cut-off switches.   STARTING SYSTEM: 12 Volts ITom two (2) banks of one (1) 4-D storage battery each through solenoid, located center aft in machinery space fitted with approved type cut-off switches.   ENGINE CONTROLS: Dual lever mechanical Morse controls, one station on fly bridge and one station in salon.   GAUGES: Water temperature, oil pressure, gear oil pressure, RPM, amps and fuel.   ENGINE ROOM VENTILATION: One (1) 12 volt blower in engine room. PROPELLERS: Bronze, 30" x 26" pitch, 4 blade, bronze   SHAFTS: 2" Stainless   BILGE PUMPS   NUMBER & TYPE: Three (3) 12 volt Rule 2000 gph, one (1) forward, one (I) in engine room, and one (1) aft all equipped with automatic float switches. The vessel is fitted with one (1) Edson manual disaster pump located in the engine room. FUEL   NUMBER OF TANKS: Two (2)   MATERIALS: Steel LOCATIONS: Port and starboard sides in engine room. TOTAL CAPACITY: 1034 gallons FEED LINES: Approved type hose   STOP VALVES: At fuel filters. FILTERS & WATER TRAPS: Racor 900 MA at each engine. FILL CONNECTIONS: Through chrome plated bronze fill plates in port and starboard side deck through U, S. C. G. approved type hose. FISHING EQUIPMENT:   Rod holders: Four (4)