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General Information

Listing# 26157

Price
$288,750.00
Location
Unknown, NY, United States
Manufacturer
Custom
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
1986
Year Built
1957
Category
Passenger
Model
Wooden 150 PAX Dinner Boat
Status
Used
Length
65 (ft.)
Manufacturer Length
65
Maximum Draft
4.5
Beam
25.5
LOA
65
Gross Tonnage
33
Hull Material
Wood
Fuel Tank Material
Detroit Diesel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
6-110
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

1957/1986 65' x 25.5' x 4.5' Wooden 150 Passenger/Dinner Boat
Passenger Capacity:  150
Main Deck dinner seating:  64
Top Deck dinner seating:  78
Gross Tons:  33            
Net Tons:  23
Length:  65’
Beam:  25.5’
Draft:  4.5’
Builder:  Crosavich, Biloxi, Mississippi
Year Built:  1957

Year of conversion to dining vessel:  1986
Totally redesigned and rebuilt from main deck up .  Constructed main deck enclosure, and all interiors, completely rewired 110 A.C, 32 volt D.C., and 12 volt D.C. ships electrical power source to present U.S.C.G. standard.  Enclosed top deck with galvanized steel frame and sunbrella canvas with clear side curtains.

In 1990 bow area, forward of pilot house, was enclosed with frame and canvas.  In 1996 bow area was fully enclosed with a hard cover and glass windows.

Last Dry-dock:  March 2011
                          
Machinery
1.  Main Engines:  2 - G.M. 6-110 Diesels, 300 H.P. each.  Starboard engine rebuilt in 1990.  Port engine rebuilt in 2003.  Main engines are air cooled - Heat exchanger.
2.  Generators:  1 - Auto-Gen model M-6502, 6.5 kW off port engine.  Installed 1991.  Nor’pro genset 10KW – Isuzu 3 cylinder diesel engine
3.  Electric blowers in each void for ventilation.

Main Deck - Approximately 945 sq. ft. in dining room.
1.  12 - 2’x4’ white formica, heavy duty tables.
2.  7 - 2’x2’ white formica, heavy duty tables.
3.  64  white rubbermaid chairs.
4.  Entire deck is trimmed out in mahogany.
5.  Ornate open mahogany stair case to top deck.
6.  12’ mahogany bar with mirrored back bar.
7.  Burgundy wall to wall carpeting.  New 1996
8.  Painted walls throughout the cabin.  New 2010
9.  New light fixtures and outlet covers- 2010
10.  Mens & Ladies rest rooms.
11.  Sliding glass windows 3’x6’

Top deck - approximately 1,000 sq. ft.
1.  11 - 2’x4’ white formica, heavy duty tables.
2.  17 - 2’x2’ white formica, heavy duty tables.
3.  76 white rubbermaid chairs.
4.  8’ upholstered fiberglass bench.
5.  Custom steel rail with weather curtains.
6.  2006 Top deck outside flooring and steel rail stanchions replaced.
7.  Spring 2006 Rail canvas and weather curtains are being replaced.

U.S.C.G.  Safety Equipment:
1.  2 - Jim Buoy Ring Buoy  1 - (lighted)
2.  ships anchor with 200 feet of line.
3.  2 Heaving lines.
4.  Flares
5.  1 Anchor ball
6.  156 Adult P.F.D.’s, 17 children P.F.D.’s
7.  Fire extinguishers:  5 - Engine room 2, Main deck 1, Pilot house 1, top      
          deck 1.
8.  Fire stations:  1 with hose and brass nozzle.
9.  First aid kit:  small kit in pilot house.

Pump Systems
1.  2 - 12 volt bilge pumps in engine room, 1 - 12 volt bilge pump in      
     forward void, 1 - 110 bilge pump in forward void.
2.  Fire pump, driven off port engine.  This is also serves as a emergency
     bilge pump.
3.  Fresh water pump - Shurflo, diaphragm pump.

Electrical Sources
1.  110 volt incandescent lighting on main deck, top deck, engine room, rest rooms and exterior decorative.
2.  32 volt emergency lighting on the main deck.
3.  12 volt lighting in pilot house and back up in rest rooms.
4.  2 Florescent light fixtures in forward void.
5.  Shore power 22 volts, 50 amps.
6.  Professional Mariner Pro 32V/25, auto 25 amp multi charger/converter.
7.  2 - 12 volt battery for bilge pump and lights.
8.  4 - 8 volt starting batteries.

Bridge Electronics
1.  E.S. Ritchie & Son Compass.
2.  Furuno Radar 20 mile range.
3.  Horizon - Standard 88 channel V.H.F. Radio.
4.  Ships P.A. and stereo system:  Kenwwod KA amplifier, NAD 1130   Amplifier, Adcom GFA-545 Preamplifier, 2 - realistic cassette decks, 6 disc CD changer, realistic mixing console.  8 ceiling flush mount speakers, and 2 4 way bookshelf speakers on main deck.  2 - Klipsh Heresy speakers top deck..  2 exterior all weather speakers outside of top deck.  Ipod and MP3 capabilites.
5.  Complete set of electric and mechanical main engine gauges.
6.  Main spot light.
7.  High water bilge alarms for five voids.

Heads
1.  Ladies:  1 Theford Electramatic toilet.  1 porcelain sink and soap dispenser.  1 wood framed mirror.  1 waste basket.  Overhead light with fan.
2.  Mens:  Same as ladies rest room.  Both are white masonite trimmed in mahogany.

Bow - Food Prep Area
1.  1 built in white formica prep table, 7’x3’.
2.  1 - 2’x2’ formica, fold out, work table in pilot house.

Full Service Bar
1.  Large 3 well stainless steel sink.
2.  Double door temperature regulated beer cooler.
3.  Full soda gun hookups with storage – New 2008
4.  Kenmore 7 cu. ft. refrigerator
5.  Storage space and shelving for glassware.

Forward Void Storage Area
1.  Large dry storage area with shelving.  Access to this area through pilot house.
2.  Sanyo 10 cu. ft. refrigerator.
3.  10 gallon electric hot water heater
4.  Fresh and waste water tanks.

Tank Capacities
1.  2 - 300 gallon fuel tanks.
2.  1 - 50 gallon fresh water tank.
3.  1 - 50 gallon waste water tank.
4. 1 – 35 gallon waste water tank – New 2008
5. 1 – 35 gallon pre septic fresh water tank – New 2008

 This vessel  is a premier dining vessel designed to comfortably seat 140 passengers at tables for dinner.  She is finely appointed with rich interiors.

At her 1996 dry-dock inspection the owner's U.S.C.G inspecting officer stated that this boat is one of 4 wood boats in the district that he would like to own.    

Located in the Finger Lakes area, New York State

Price decreased from $375,000 USD to $288,750 USD
Details are deemed to be correct but are not guaranteed and should be independently verified

 

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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. PV2187   Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information