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1974 41 (ft.) United States Coast Guard UTB

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General Information

Listing# 38873

Price
$80,000.00
Location
Honolulu, HI, United States
Manufacturer
United States Coast Guard
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1974
Category
Cruisers
Model
UTB
Status
Used
Length
41 (ft.)
Beam
13.5
LOA
41.25
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
VT903V
Number of Engines
2

General Details

“KAIMI PONO” (HIN: CG 41313) is an extremely well maintained 41’ USCG Utility boat used exclusively by the US Coast Guard for rescue, towing and patrols. A workhorse of a vessel, her design consists of a raked stem, deep vee forward with hard chines aft, flush foredeck, raised cabin with inside helm, open aft deck, and a square transom. All welded aluminum hull with aluminum bulkheads and built-ins, 2" x 3" x 1/4" angle frames at 24" intervals w/ a fiberglass cabin thru-bolted to the deck, aluminum deck covered with non-skid She is the upgraded design powered by a Cummins 340hp Diesel and will cruise very economically at 18 knots. This boat is extremely clean, incredibly stable and would make a fantastic recreational fishing boat or an outstanding crew boat. This is a unique opportunity to own one of these legendary vessels that were built to last. Recent 2011 Survey available.

Specifications

Introduction
“KAIMI PONO” (HIN: CG 41313) is an extremely well maintained 41’ USCG Utility boat used exclusively by the US Coast Guard for rescue, towing and patrols. A workhorse of a vessel, her design consists of a raked stem, deep vee forward with hard chines aft, flush foredeck, raised cabin with inside helm, open aft deck, and a square transom. All welded aluminum hull with aluminum bulkheads and built-ins, 2" x 3" x 1/4" angle frames at 24" intervals w/ a fiberglass cabin thru-bolted to the deck, aluminum deck covered with non-skid She is the upgraded design powered by a Cummins 340hp Diesel and will cruise very economically at 18 knots. This boat is extremely clean, incredibly stable and would make a fantastic recreational fishing boat or an outstanding crew boat. This is a unique opportunity to own one of these legendary vessels that were built to last. Recent 2011 Survey available.
detailed Vessel Walkthrough
The layout below decks consists of a chain/bosuns locker forward at the bow, followed by a watertight bulkhead. Next aft is an enclosed head with Porta Potti in the center and single berths outboard. Further aft to stbd. a hanging locker, a counter with sink to port, and the main distribution panels beneath.  Upstairs the helm with full controls, instrumentation, and electronics across the front of the wheelhouse is followed by the helm seat. Next aft is the engine room with main engines, fire pump, batteries, and CO2 fixed fire system. Further aft are the integral fuel tanks followed by the lazarette with large access hatches to the fuel tanks and rudder shaft tubes.  On deck forward a bow roller is followed by the flush foredeck with hatch to anchor locker. Next aft the raised cabin with opening hatch, anchor storage followed by the aluminum mast with lights and antennas. Further aft are the access hatches to the engine room followed by stairs leading to the lowered aft deck with tow line on a drum and hydraulic steering ram at the stern. The hull is unpainted aluminum with a white cabin, black boot stripe, and gray non-skid on the decks.
Master Stateroom
Two single berths in one cabin with one enclosed head
Deck
Anchors: (1) 40-lb. Danforth Chain: (1) 5/16" x 20' galvanized Rode: (1) ½" x 300' nylon 3-strand Shafts: (2) 2" single length stainless steel Bearings: rubber cutlass (composite) (new Apr. 2011) Propellers: (2) 4-balded bronze 26" x 28" Rudder Shaft: (2) 1½" stainless steel
Electronics & Helm
Radios: (1) West Marine VH680 VHF GPS: (1) Garmin 412 chartplotter, (1) Furuno GP-32 Fathometer: integral to plotter Compass Running Lights: 24vDC Emergency Lights: portable Bell Horn
ENGINE DETAILS & MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
Main Engine: (2) Cummins VT-903V, 340-hp, 8-cyl. turbo-charged diesels w/Twin Disc MG-509 transmissions w/2:1 reduction Hours: P - 2,168 S- 1,305 Main Engine Serial No: P-48800193, S-37227869 Cooling: freshwater through heat exchanger Exhaust: wet through transom Ventilation: natural Instruments: (2) tachometers, (2) water temperature, (2) oil pressure, (2) drive oil pressure, (2) hour meters
Electrical
Wiring: sheathed, stranded copper Batteries: (1) 8D lead acid, (1) 8D gel-cell Voltage: 12vDC, 24vDC, 110vAC Overload Protection: circuit breakers Charging System: (2) 24vDC 105-amp alternators on mains 1 24vDC 36-amp automatic battery charger
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.