1957 165 (ft.) Commercial

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General Information

Listing# 25961

Price
$210,000.00
Location
Unknown, Canada
HIN
S2032
Manufacturer
Ex CCG Ice Class Buoy Tender Vessel
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
1957
Category
Commercial Boats
Status
Used
Length
165 (ft.)
Beam
31
LOA
165
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
2

General Details

1957/2006 165’ x 31’ x 11’9” EX CCG Ice Class Buoy Tender
Built: 1957 Davis Shipbuilding Ltd, Lauzon, Quebec
Rebuilt: 2006
Gross tonnage: 750 TONS
Net Tonnage: 265.37 TONS
Light displacement: (7’ 11½” - SW) 650 TONS
Load displacement: (11’9 ½” – SW) 1,100 TONS
LOA 50.25 m 164’ 10 ½”
LBP 45.64 m 149’ 9”
Breadth exterior 11.38 m 37” 4”
Breadth moulded 10.36 m 33’ 11 ¾”
S draft mark – SW 3.59 m 11’ 9 ½”
Summer freeboard – SW 85.7 cm 2’ 9 ¾”
FWA 69.9 cm 2’ 2 ¾”
Depth moulded 4.43 m 14’ 6 ½”
Main Engines: 2 X Crossley HRNS 2 stoke 8 cyl in line Diesel 447.1 KW/ 600 HP @ 300 RPM
Generators: 2 X 12-71 Detroit driving 230 VDC 435 A
1 X 3-71 Detroit driven 230 VDC 152 A
1 X Cummins 230 VAC 100 KW
Cruising speed 11 Knots
Cruising range 6000 nm
Crew 10
Passengers 12
Scientific Crew 14
Propellors PORT: LH Stbd: RH 76” fixed steel
Gear box Direct reversing
Anchor Cable PORT: 9 Shackles STBD: 9 Shackles
Maneuvering Data (from Sea trails on June 4, 1985):
Full ahead (260 rpm) 10.5 knots
Half ahead (200 rpm) 8.84 knots
Slow ahead (150 rpm) 6.76 knots
Dead slow ahead (90 rpm) 4.49 knots
Crash stop (full ahead to full astern) 547.2 ft in 1 min, 0 seconds
Former ice class CCS buoy tender.
Complete reactiviation and refurbishment in 2006 and 2007 with only limited steelwork, accommodation, mechanical, electrical and dry-docking left. Vessel was operational as private yacht under Canadian flag at the end 2007 and crossed from NS to NL in winter storm without a problem. Vessel has been laid up for past 2 years. This is a very sound vessel that would be a great platform for a go anywhere (including the Northwest passage) expedition yacht or survey vessel. The vessel has accommodations for 38 that can easily be converted to larger salons and ensuite staterooms. The large fuel capacity of around 150T and modest engine size allows any ocean crossing at a modest cost or can keep the vessel at sea for extended period. The back deck has room for up to 4 24ft utility craft (1 currently installed), or helideck. This leaves the main deck with 15 T crane clear for any other large toys you may want to bring along. 12,000 cf hold provides endless option to store expedition equipment and supplies, or conversion to additional fuel capacity. The vessel’s current care taker and project manager for the refurbishment is familiar with all systems of the vessel and has the ability to complete any work required to reactivate the vessel in short order and in low cost environment away from commercial shipyard.
Located in Newfoundland, Canada
Price $210,000 USD

Specifications

Additional
1957/2006 165’ x 31’ x 11’9” EX CCG Ice Class Buoy Tender Built: 1957 Davis Shipbuilding Ltd, Lauzon, Quebec Rebuilt: 2006 Gross tonnage: 750 TONS Net Tonnage: 265.37 TONS Light displacement: (7’ 11½” - SW) 650 TONS Load displacement: (11’9 ½” – SW) 1,100 TONS LOA 50.25 m 164’ 10 ½” LBP 45.64 m 149’ 9” Breadth exterior 11.38 m 37” 4” Breadth moulded 10.36 m 33’ 11 ¾” S draft mark – SW 3.59 m 11’ 9 ½” Summer freeboard – SW 85.7 cm 2’ 9 ¾” FWA 69.9 cm 2’ 2 ¾” Depth moulded 4.43 m 14’ 6 ½” Main Engines: 2 X Crossley HRNS 2 stoke 8 cyl in line Diesel 447.1 KW/ 600 HP @ 300 RPM Generators: 2 X 12-71 Detroit driving 230 VDC 435 A 1 X 3-71 Detroit driven 230 VDC 152 A 1 X Cummins 230 VAC 100 KW Cruising speed 11 Knots Cruising range 6000 nm Crew 10 Passengers 12 Scientific Crew 14 Propellors PORT: LH Stbd: RH 76” fixed steel Gear box Direct reversing Anchor Cable PORT: 9 Shackles STBD: 9 Shackles Maneuvering Data (from Sea trails on June 4, 1985): Full ahead (260 rpm) 10.5 knots Half ahead (200 rpm) 8.84 knots Slow ahead (150 rpm) 6.76 knots Dead slow ahead (90 rpm) 4.49 knots Crash stop (full ahead to full astern) 547.2 ft in 1 min, 0 seconds Former ice class CCS buoy tender. Complete reactiviation and refurbishment in 2006 and 2007 with only limited steelwork, accommodation, mechanical, electrical and dry-docking left. Vessel was operational as private yacht under Canadian flag at the end 2007 and crossed from NS to NL in winter storm without a problem. Vessel has been laid up for past 2 years. This is a very sound vessel that would be a great platform for a go anywhere (including the Northwest passage) expedition yacht or survey vessel. The vessel has accommodations for 38 that can easily be converted to larger salons and ensuite staterooms. The large fuel capacity of around 150T and modest engine size allows any ocean crossing at a modest cost or can keep the vessel at sea for extended period. The back deck has room for up to 4 24ft utility craft (1 currently installed), or helideck. This leaves the main deck with 15 T crane clear for any other large toys you may want to bring along. 12,000 cf hold provides endless option to store expedition equipment and supplies, or conversion to additional fuel capacity. The vessel’s current care taker and project manager for the refurbishment is familiar with all systems of the vessel and has the ability to complete any work required to reactivate the vessel in short order and in low cost environment away from commercial shipyard. Located in Newfoundland, Canada Price $210,000 USD
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. S2032. Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information