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1944 82 (ft.) Steel Coastwise Towing Vessel Model Bow Tug

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General Information

Listing# 26018

Price
$52,500.00
Location
Unknown, NB, Canada
HIN
T2220
Manufacturer
Steel Coastwise Towing Vessel
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
1944
Year Built
1944
Category
Tug
Model
Model Bow Tug
Status
Used
Length
82 (ft.)
Maximum Draft
8
Beam
23
LOA
82
Gross Tonnage
145
Cruising Speed
8
Fuel Capacity
8000
Hull Material
Steel
Deck Material
Steel
Fuel Tank Material
EMD
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
8-567
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
800
Engine Hours
500

General Details

1944 82’ x 23’ x 8’ Steel Coastwise Towing Vessel
Built in Houston, Texas in 1944 – built as a military tug with limited service
Gross tons: 145
Net tons: 96
Engine: Single GM EMD 8-567 c/w 2.5:1 reduction gear

Engine Hours: 500

Fuel Capacity: Two 4,000 gallon steel fuel tanks
Generator: New John Deere Genset
Electronics: Davis Weather Wizard III, Standard Horizon Infinity VHF radio
Uniden MC535 VHF radio, Garmin 120 GPS, Furuno 8030D radar,
Mariner Intech V118VHF radio, 8” Kelvin White compass,
Radio Shack cellular telephone, Henschel rudder angle indicator

Main Deck: The bow with rubber bumpers forward, watertight scuttle plates to the forward ballast tanks, a double towing bit, the anchor, a single bit forward, double bitts aside forward and aft, the walk around superstructure, an electric drive capstan. A double towing bitt, manual winches aside, the steering quadrant with tow line grating and line atop. In the superstructure is one bunk stateroom aside forward, the galley/dinette with doors aside the engine room fiddly with door aside, an inside head on the port side of the fiddly, an enclosed shower on the starboard side with entrance from the main deck, a double bunk stateroom on the port side, a single bunk stateroom on the starboard side. There are rubber tires aside and rubber fenders aft.

Pilot House Deck: The pilothouse forward with facing aft doors aside, the mast stateroom aft, the truck cabin skylight over the engine room fiddly with the engine stack forward and supply funnel aft, a ladder up to the pilothouse top, a ladder up to the raised walk around steering and control station with entrance aft.

Below Deck: A fore peak ballast/collision/chain, locker compartment, a water-tight bulkhead to the 5000 gallons aside ex. fuel now ballast compartment, a watertight bulkhead to the engine
Space with fresh water tanks aside aft, watertight bulkhead to a shallow ballast tank, a watertight bulkhead to a very shallow ballast tank aft.

Galley: 4 burner Orbon stove, Emerson microwave oven. 110V electric freezer, stainless steel sink with hot and cold water.

Safety Equipment: Color coded piping system in engine room, pilothouse/engine room intercom, two 10# dry chemical fire extinguishers, five 15# CO2 fire extinguishers, 265 Northill 400’ 6” nylon tow line, 24” ring buoy with light, three 30” ring buoys with lights, two spotlights, horn, bell, four kapok and foam type 1 life preservers 22” solid bulwarks on deck, two fire hose stations on deck – 50’ ½” hoses and nozzle each station

Located in New Brunswick, Canada
FOR QUICK SALE: Price reduced from $95,000 USD to $52,500 USD

Specifications

Additional
1944 82’ x 23’ x 8’ Steel Coastwise Towing Vessel Built in Houston, Texas in 1944 – built as a military tug with limited service Gross tons: 145 Net tons: 96 Engine: Single GM8V567 c/w 2.5:1 reduction gear – to be installed - Engine is replacing a damaged GM12V567 engine Fuel Capacity: Two 4,000 gallon steel fuel tanks Generator: New John Deere Genset Electronics: Davis Weather Wizard III, Standard Horizon Infinity VHF radio Uniden MC535 VHF radio, Garmin 120 GPS, Furuno 8030D radar, Mariner Intech V118VHF radio, 8” Kelvin White compass, Radio Shack cellular telephone, Henschel rudder angle indicator Main Deck: The bow with rubber bumpers forward, watertight scuttle plates to the forward ballast tanks, a double towing bit, the anchor, a single bit forward, double bitts aside forward and aft, the walk around superstructure, an electric drive capstan. A double towing bitt, manual winches aside, the steering quadrant with tow line grating and line atop. In the superstructure is one bunk stateroom aside forward, the galley/dinette with doors aside the engine room fiddly with door aside, an inside head on the port side of the fiddly, an enclosed shower on the starboard side with entrance from the main deck, a double bunk stateroom on the port side, a single bunk stateroom on the starboard side. There are rubber tires aside and rubber fenders aft. Pilot House Deck: The pilothouse forward with facing aft doors aside, the mast stateroom aft, the truck cabin skylight over the engine room fiddly with the engine stack forward and supply funnel aft, a ladder up to the pilothouse top, a ladder up to the raised walk around steering and control station with entrance aft. Below Deck: A fore peak ballast/collision/chain, locker compartment, a water-tight bulkhead to the 5000 gallons aside ex. fuel now ballast compartment, a watertight bulkhead to the engine Space with fresh water tanks aside aft, watertight bulkhead to a shallow ballast tank, a watertight bulkhead to a very shallow ballast tank aft. Galley: 4 burner Orbon stove, Emerson microwave oven. 110V electric freezer, stainless steel sink with hot and cold water. Safety Equipment: Color coded piping system in engine room, pilothouse/engine room intercom, two 10# dry chemical fire extinguishers, five 15# CO2 fire extinguishers, 265 Northill 400’ 6” nylon tow line, 24” ring buoy with light, three 30” ring buoys with lights, two spotlights, horn, bell, four kapok and foam type 1 life preservers 22” solid bulwarks on deck, two fire hose stations on deck – 50’ ½” hoses and nozzle each station Located in Prince Edward Island, Canada Price $75,000 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. T2220. Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information