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General Information

Listing# 25936

Price
$265,000.00
Location
Unknown, NS, Canada
Manufacturer
Custom
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
2003
Year Built
2003
Category
Passenger
Model
Fiberglass Passenger Vessel
Status
Used
Length
42 (ft.)
Beam
15'6"
LOA
42
Gross Tonnage
32.63
Fuel Capacity
600
Hull Material
Composite
Deck Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Tank Material
Cummins
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
430C RES. INT
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
430

General Details

2003 42’8” x 15’6” Fiberglass Passenger Vessel
Certified for 48 passengers
Built to the standards of the Canadian Dept. of Transport for Small Passenger Vessels
Built in Nova Scotia, Canada
Gross tonnage: 32.63 tons
Net tonnage: 23.47 tons
Speed: 13 knots
1) One yacht hull 42’8” x 15’6” fiberglass. Complete with finished cabin, ie. Two single berths in cuddy, one convertible double berth in wheelhouse. Chart table, Origo Alcohol Burning Galley Stove, model 3000 Double Burner. Counter and Cupboards, SS Galley Sink, One single head in cuddy. One closet for foul weather clothes. One ice chest and one 12-volt heated/cooler chest. Also one enclosed Shower, Head and SS sink in wheelhouse area. Benches with built in storage space. Cabin and cuddy area finished in Oak.
2) Cummins diesel motor, 430 HP, Engine Model Number 430C RES. INT. c/w Instrument Panel, wiring harness, oil base pump, etc. and ZF- Marine reduction Gear.
3 )Two, 300 Gallon steel fuel tanks with SS 2” deck fills and vents, shut-off, valves, lines etc.
4) Two 70-Pound engine room Co2 system.
5)Three Rule 2000 bilge pumps with float switches, hoses, clamps and valves.
6) One 1 1/2” Jabsco bilge and wash down pump.
7) Three oval watertight hatches for the aft deck
8) One round watertight deck hatch for the For-peak.
9) One 8” brass bell, one 12 Volt Electrical horn, one 7” Rayline 12 Volt spotlight, one radar reflector, twelve red flares, six rockets, two fire pails with lines, One 8 pound sounding lead, 48 Adult D.O.T. approved life jackets and 5 Children life jackets also D.O.T approved. one flashlight and two 25 person life rafts. One EPIRB.
10) One 6” aluminum bow bit. One aluminum mast with braces
11) Two 8” fiberglass engine room cowl vents.
12) Navigation Lights and wiring, two cabin lights, two engine room lights, three wheelhouse lights, four awning lights, one 35 Amp shore plug in, 50 Feet shore power cord and three 110 Volt plug ins
13) One Freedom 20 2000W inverter.
14) One steel rudder assembly complete with 21/2” SS stock.
15) One SS water tank c/w fill vent pipe and lines.
16) Two 12 Volt, four hole bus heaters.
17) One standard windshield wiper complete.
18) One 12 Volt Clear view Screen.
19) One 12-volt Groco pressure water system.
20) One model # S1200 11 gal. Marine hot water heater.
21) All necessary plumbing throughout.
22) One Groco ARG 2000 2” raw water strainer
23) RACOR Fuel filter / Water separator. Two-micron elements complete with pressure differential gauge and isolation valve.
24) One marine first aid kit
25) Necessary aluminum rails around stern of boat (Port and Starboard sides, across stern and bow rails.
26) One Ritchie Helmsman model HD-74 Compass / Equivalent.
27) Removable bench seats for 45 passengers.
28) Two Galv. Navy anchors complete with the necessary anchor chain and rope.
29) Removable awning complete with sides and back (Flame proof, mill dew proof and UV resistant) from wheelhouse to stern.
30) One emergency universal Jabsco hand diaphragm pump for the engine room
31) M-1721 MK2 Furuno 24 mile radar
32) FCV-600L Furuno color sounder
33) 520-5MSD brass thru hull Transducer
34) Si-Tex Ultracolor Plus Plotter, C-Map, NT charts
35) Raytheon hailer system c/w deck Speaker
36) Simrad RD68 DSC VHF Radio
37) Comrod VHF antenna
38) Comnav 1001 Autopilot
39) Hydro phone
40) AM/FM Radio c/w CD player and external speaker
41) Destroyer Type Steering Wheel.
42) Emergency detectors in Galley, Wheelhouse and Engine room for smoke, Fire and sudden change in temperature. Alarms both visual and audible will sound in the wheelhouse.
43) E.Y.E. Marine Consultants had the red seal of approval from the D.O.T on the drawings for this vessel on Sept. 3, 2003.
44) E.Y.E. Marine Consultants had the red seal of Approval for the Stability Booklet on 22 August 2003.
45) Propeller: 32” x 26” – 4 Blades, delivering 430 HP @ 2600 RPM, Reduction Gear 2.69:1, Approximately 2.4 Gal. Per hour.

Located in Nova Scotia
Price reduced from $315,000 CDN to $265,000 CDN

Specifications

Dimensions
Beam: 15.5'
Engines
Total Power: 430
Additional
2003 42’8” x 15’6” Fiberglass Passenger Vessel Certified for 48 passengers Built to the standards of the Canadian Dept. of Transport for Small Passenger Vessels Built in Nova Scotia, Canada Gross tonnage: 32.63 tons Net tonnage: 23.47 tons Speed: 13 knots 1) One yacht hull 42’8” x 15’6” fiberglass. Complete with finished cabin, ie. Two single berths in cuddy, one convertible double berth in wheelhouse. Chart table, Origo Alcohol Burning Galley Stove, model 3000 Double Burner. Counter and Cupboards, SS Galley Sink, One single head in cuddy. One closet for foul weather clothes. One ice chest and one 12-volt heated/cooler chest. Also one enclosed Shower, Head and SS sink in wheelhouse area. Benches with built in storage space. Cabin and cuddy area finished in Oak. 2) Cummins diesel motor, 430 HP, Engine Model Number 430C RES. INT. c/w Instrument Panel, wiring harness, oil base pump, etc. and ZF- Marine reduction Gear. 3 )Two, 300 Gallon steel fuel tanks with SS 2” deck fills and vents, shut-off, valves, lines etc. 4) Two 70-Pound engine room Co2 system. 5)Three Rule 2000 bilge pumps with float switches, hoses, clamps and valves. 6) One 1 1/2” Jabsco bilge and wash down pump. 7) Three oval watertight hatches for the aft deck 8) One round watertight deck hatch for the For-peak. 9) One 8” brass bell, one 12 Volt Electrical horn, one 7” Rayline 12 Volt spotlight, one radar reflector, twelve red flares, six rockets, two fire pails with lines, One 8 pound sounding lead, 48 Adult D.O.T. approved life jackets and 5 Children life jackets also D.O.T approved. one flashlight and two 25 person life rafts. One EPIRB. 10) One 6” aluminum bow bit. One aluminum mast with braces 11) Two 8” fiberglass engine room cowl vents. 12) Navigation Lights and wiring, two cabin lights, two engine room lights, three wheelhouse lights, four awning lights, one 35 Amp shore plug in, 50 Feet shore power cord and three 110 Volt plug ins 13) One Freedom 20 2000W inverter. 14) One steel rudder assembly complete with 21/2” SS stock. 15) One SS water tank c/w fill vent pipe and lines. 16) Two 12 Volt, four hole bus heaters. 17) One standard windshield wiper complete. 18) One 12 Volt Clear view Screen. 19) One 12-volt Groco pressure water system. 20) One model # S1200 11 gal. Marine hot water heater. 21) All necessary plumbing throughout. 22) One Groco ARG 2000 2” raw water strainer 23) RACOR Fuel filter / Water separator. Two-micron elements complete with pressure differential gauge and isolation valve. 24) One marine first aid kit 25) Necessary aluminum rails around stern of boat (Port and Starboard sides, across stern and bow rails. 26) One Ritchie Helmsman model HD-74 Compass / Equivalent. 27) Removable bench seats for 45 passengers. 28) Two Galv. Navy anchors complete with the necessary anchor chain and rope. 29) Removable awning complete with sides and back (Flame proof, mill dew proof and UV resistant) from wheelhouse to stern. 30) One emergency universal Jabsco hand diaphragm pump for the engine room 31) M-1721 MK2 Furuno 24 mile radar 32) FCV-600L Furuno color sounder 33) 520-5MSD brass thru hull Transducer 34) Si-Tex Ultracolor Plus Plotter, C-Map, NT charts 35) Raytheon hailer system c/w deck Speaker 36) Simrad RD68 DSC VHF Radio 37) Comrod VHF antenna 38) Comnav 1001 Autopilot 39) Hydro phone 40) AM/FM Radio c/w CD player and external speaker 41) Destroyer Type Steering Wheel. 42) Emergency detectors in Galley, Wheelhouse and Engine room for smoke, Fire and sudden change in temperature. Alarms both visual and audible will sound in the wheelhouse. 43) E.Y.E. Marine Consultants had the red seal of approval from the D.O.T on the drawings for this vessel on Sept. 3, 2003. 44) E.Y.E. Marine Consultants had the red seal of Approval for the Stability Booklet on 22 August 2003. 45) Propeller: 32” x 26” – 4 Blades, delivering 430 HP @ 2600 RPM, Reduction Gear 2.69:1, Approximately 7 Gal. Per hour. Vessel was hauled out of the water on 31 October 2006 and is scheduled to return back in the water on May 1,’07. Hull was pressure washed, and will be waxed and polished. With a new anti fouling paint applied to the bottom. Also new Zinc anodes will be installed, before the vessel will be placed back in the water. November 2006 vessel was again winterized and by May 1 2007, the owner plans to have this vessel revitalized and back in service for another season. As of December 2006 there are only 1252 hours on the engine. Located in Nova Scotia Price $315,000 CDN
Disclaimer
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.
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Scruton Marine Services - File No. PV2116   Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information