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General Information

Listing# 26128

Price
Call For Price
Location
Unknown, AR, United States
Manufacturer
25' Truckable Steel Push Tug
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2010
Category
Tug
Model
/To be ordered from builder
Status
New
Length
26 (ft.) 6 (in.)
Beam
14
LOA
25.5
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

2010 NEW 25' x 14' x 3'4" Truckable Steel Push Tug - To be ordered from builder

25’ Steel Hull Tug Boat

25’ 6” x 14’ x 5’

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (Standard)

Length ———————————25’ 6”                           Hull Steel————1/4” A36 Steel

Beam   ——————————---14’                                Hull Steel Prop Area 5/16”A36 Steel                

Hull Depth——————————5’                                Super Structure——3/16”A36 Steel  

Draft (max)------------------------------3’ 4”                             Pilot House -----------3/16” A36 Steel

Total HP 660                                                               Radius Corners-----------3/8” Steel

Cabin Height    ————————7’                               Fuel Capacity  ————-700 Gallons

Cabin Width     ————————9’ x 7’                         Engine(Twin) (John Deere 6081 AFM)

Water Tight Hatch for Eng. Room                                Engines (330 HP Each @ 2300 rpm)                                                                                                                                              Push Knees            Height  ————-9’ 0”                           Transmission ZF or Twin Disc. 2.88:1

Knees Above Deck——————6’ 0”                            Propellers (2)—————34”Prop

Pilot House      Height  ————7’ 0”                            Shafts  —————3” Stainless Steel

Pilot House Width——————-5’ 0”                            Helm System   ———————-Manual Hydraulic (Jastrum)

Pilot House Length—————-6’ 0”                             

Helm Wheel --Destroyer Type                                     Throttles-----Installed

Wiring-----Armor Cable                                                 Interior Dome Lights (white and red/white) installed

Electrical Power—12V System                                     Navigation Lights—Perko—Installed

Horn---------Installed                                                      Marine Radio----------Installed

Loud Speaker Hailer----Installed                                  Compass-----Installed in Dash

Spot Light ------installed                                               Windshield Wiper ---Installed

12 Volt Breaker Panels ---Installed                               Perko Battery Switches-----Installed

Primer(Epoxy)  ———————–All Voids                      Paint (Epoxy)Exterior, SS, Eng. Room

Deck   ———————————-Anti Skid                     Void Access     ——18” WT Manways

Rub Rail—————————-Sch. 40 Half Pipe             Bow     Front    ——-3/8” A36 Steel

Bulwarks——————————12” High                        Chine Bar—————1” Steel Rod

Framing——————————--18” Spacing                 Pilot House Eye Level  -14’ Eye Level

Winches—Two 5 ton manual wintech or BB winches w/ 30” wheels—Installed         

(2) Steel Weather Tight Door for Cabin and Pilot House

(1) Weather Tight Access Hatch for Engine Room                  

(2) Button Chocks——————Installed

Push Knees (Johnson Moulded Rubber on ½” plate backing) on push knees and all 4 corners and between push knees)

Keel Coolers—Stainless Steel

Bilge Pumps—(2) Installed

Water tight compartments --4

Engine Room--- 7’ High Stand UP between main engines

Twin Chrome Plated Smoke Stacks and Guard   (18 wheeler style)

Rudder Angle Indicator Installed

Main Rear Tow Bitt Installed

(1) Main Forward Bitt Installed

Four Lifting Eyes to lift tug boat out of water installed

Tie Down Bitts Installed (4)

Battery Jumper Switch

Battery Boxes Installed

Steel Components:

Hull Bottom ¼” Plate except for the last 8’ above the props and rudders which is 5/16” Plate

Side Shell        ¼” Plate/ 4” Half Pipe Rub Rail/ 1” Thick Round Bar for Chine/ 3/8” Thick Radius Corners topped with rubber mounted to ½” thick Plate

Bulwarks          ¼” Side Plate/ 3/8” x 2” Cap/ Gussets from 3/8” Plate every frame

                        The bulwarks are 12” high on the sides and 18” high between the push

                        Knees with a 4” pipe cap on it

Main Deck        Made from ¼” thick Plate

Keels Qty. (4) Two main keels are made from ½” Plate x 12” high from transom to head log. In the engine room it is capped with a ¾” x 6” Flat Bar

Framing made from 4” x 3” x ¼” angle with 3/8” thick gussets.

Water Tight bulkheads (3) made from ¼” Plate with 4” x 3” x ¼” stiffners

Fuel Tank has an 18” clean out hatch and is made of ¼” plate. A 2” thick x 30” high steel sight glass is attached in the engine room to see fuel level. Fuel tank will have a drain port. Two supply lines and two return lines all made from ¾” pipe.

V-Struts   for prop shafts are made from 10” x ¾” Flat Bar and the V-Struts are made from 5 ½” thick Mechanical steel tubing with ¾” thick walls. They are welded to a ½” thick doubler attached to the hull.

Stern Tubes are made from 4 ½” Mechanical tubing with ¾” thick walls, (3) sets of cutlass bearings are in the rudder tubes for rudder support. They have a 3/8” thick doubler on the bottom of the hull and a 1” thick doubler on the main deck

Rudders are made from ½” Plate with 3/8” side supports. Rudder Shaft is 2 ½” Steel

Head Log is made from 3/8” Plate and has ½” thick steel molded to rubber pushknees on top of it.

Push Knees: 3/8” plate Head Log Front, Sides, Back and top are all ¼” Plate. The bottom of the push knees are also 3/8” Plate. The 9’ of molded rubber is attached to ½” plate that is welded to the front of the push knees making it 7/8” Thick over all.

Cabin Structures are made from 3/16” Plate, 3” x 2” x 3/16” angle and 4” x 3” x ¼” angle

Pilot House is made of 3/16” Plate and made from 2” x 2” x 3/16” Angle Pilot house dash is made of 3/16” Steel

Rudder Tiller Arms are 1” thick and the removable block attached to the shaft is 4” x 6” x 4” thick Steel cut and notched for the shaft. They are sitting on a 1” thick doubler to the main deck with a ¾” thick bushing and another 1” thick plate washer on top of it. Tiller arms are protected by an expanded metal grating that can be removed.

Main Tow bitts : Are constructed from 6” Sch 80 Pipe with a 2 ½” solid bar running through them. They are welded to a 3/8” thick doubler plate to the inside bottom of the hull and then another doubler plate where they come through the main deck.

Tow bitts: Made from 4” sch 40 Pipe and have a 3/8” thick doubler plate attached to the main deck. A 1” Rod is also welded through the pipe.

Vents are candy cane style made from 2 ½” sch 40 pipe and there is one for each void space except the engine room which has a larger vent trunk and the fuel tank which has a 3” Pipe Candy Cane vent.

Engine Room Hatch Cover is completely removable and made of 3/16” Plate and ¼” plate. It stands 30” high above the main deck.

Coatings: All Steel with the excepting of the inside of the fuel tank and the keel coolers will get a shop primer and then a coating of 235 Dura plate White epoxy on all sides. The hull gets an additional top coat of 235 Dura Plate Black Epoxy. The engine room and cabin areas get a top coat of 218 Akrylon for color and white areas. The deck will also get an American Safety Product Anti Skid on the decks and the stair surface areas.

Electrical Wiring: Most of the vessel’s electrical system will be wired using marine armor cable 14 Ga. Welding Cable is used for most battery connections

Welding:

      Hull Seams: are all full penetration welds

      Items exterior of the vessel are seal welded continuously.

      Keel Structures are continuous on all sides

      Bulk Head are continuous on all sides

      Stiffners or angles are welded using a 3” on 12” stagger pattern with 6” continuous wraps on the end.

      Gussets are continuously welded on all sides.

Build Time   Eight to Ten Weeks Preferred

These push tugs are built in Arkansas

Prices on request.

Specifications

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. T2297   Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information