ANOTHER MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION...MUST SELL !!!!!! THIS IS AS CLOSE TO A 10 AS YOU GET....ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED!!
Take a step back in time and come aboard a piece of US Coast Guard maritime history.
The coast Guard 36460 is an original restored 36 ft US Coast Guard motor lifeboat built in 1941 at the Coast Guard yard, Curtis Bay, MD.
Lovingly restored by a 20 year retired member of the Coast Guard, this vessel is indeed a piece or maritime history.
She has an overall length of 36.8Ft, a beam of 10.8ft, and a draft of 3.4ft. Constructed of 1 1/2" thick cypress planking on oak frames and fastened with bronze, monel and copper fastening, she is an extremely rugged and seaworthy boat.
There’s a “survivor’s cabin” forward with V-berth seats, so guests can get out of the weather, if need be. The single-engine surf boat cruises at 8 knots, running at around 1,500 RPM.
She holds 194 gallons in her bronze fuel tank which gives her a range of 202 nautical miles.
She is powered by her totally rebuilt 103 horsepower 471 Detroit GM Marine Diesel. The engine (vintage 1954) was rebuilt from the bare block on up and has very low hours on it.
The boat is designed for inshore, surf and bar rescue under the worst conditions. It is self-righting, self bailing, and can carry up to 20 survivors (hopefully just passsengers today). The evolution of its design dates from the early part of the century. In its day, this type vessel was considered the workhorse of the Coast Guard and was stationed throughout the US.
THIS IS THE ONLY KNOWN VESSEL OF THIS TYPE AVAILABLE!!!! TOTALY RESTORED TO ORIGINAL CONDITION!!!
- 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.
- Contact Jimmy Walker @ 617-799-4211