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1953 82 (ft.) United States Coast Guard USCG Patrol Boat

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General Information

Listing# 49023

Price
$235,000.00
Location
Mobile, AL, United States
Manufacturer
United States Coast Guard
Boat Type
Commercial
Model Year
1953
Category
Commercial Boats
Model
USCG Patrol Boat
Status
Used
Length
82 (ft.)
Beam
17.58
LOA
82
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3412DITA
Number of Engines
2
Engine Hours
50

General Details

We are pleased to offer the M/V "Point Monroe" for World Wide Sale. The former US Coast Guard Cutter has proven success in Gulf of Mexico and Coast Wide waters. Her new owner may consider her for a yacht conversion, dive platform, or possible patrol vessel. The USCG spared little expense and she is currently powered with Caterpillar 3412 with 50 hours since replacement. Loaded with electronics and mechanical equipment…the “Point Monroe” is a true value.

Sleeps 8

"Like New" Cat 3412 Engines

Two (2) 35kw Gens

Full S.S. Galley

Fresh Hull & Bottom Paint

Ready for World Wide Sale! Our office will insure a smooth international closing! Contact Broker directly for more photos and a private showing of this under priced Motor Vessel.

THIS IS AN EXCELLENT VESSEL MAINTAINED TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS BY THE US GOVERNMENT PRICED BELOW MARKET FOR A QUICK SALE

Specifications

Dimensions
Displacement: 116.7 Tons
Engines
Total Power: 800
Tanks
Fuel: 2,164 Fresh Water: 238
Detailed Walkhtrough
Compartments: There are five (5) compartments with four (4) transverse watertight bulkheads. Starting forward is the forepeak below the rope and chain locker with a watertight transverse collision bulkhead aft. Aft of the collision bulkhead is the living quarters with void and fuel compartments below. The engine room is aft of the living quarters followed by another void holding the Halon bottles. Aft of the Halon compartment is the lazarette. Access to the above mentioned compartment is via watertight hatches and doors. Cabin Layout: Commencing forward in the lower level is the crews head with a stainless steel shower, lavatory, and toilet with a medicine cabinet and storage lockers. Aft of the head is a four berth cabin with storage lockers. Aft and three steps down to port is a two-berth cabin followed by the galley. The galley has a double stainless steel sink, stainless steel range and refrigerator/freezer with adequate counter tops and storage lockers. Ten steps up aft of the galley leads to the companionway. The engine room access is to port and ten steps down and the Captains quarters is to starboard. The Captains quarters has two berths adequate storage lockers, desk, file cabinets, and a full head. Access to the pilothouse is via a watertight door leading from the companionway to the aft deck and ten steps up on the port side.
Captains Quarters
Two (2) Twin Sized Berths Storage Lockers Desk File Cabinets Full Bulkhead
Crew Quarters
Four (4) Berth Cabin w/Lockers Two (2) Berth Cabin w/Lockers
2 Heads
One (1) located forward in lower deck living quarters One (1) in captain's quarters fitted with toilets, lavatories and stainless steel shower stalls. Reported sanitary tank capacity 1142 US gallons. Washer and Dryer
Mess
Large Dining Table L-Shaped Bench & Chairs LCD TV w/Speaker System
Galley
Range: Stainless Steel Toastmaster (griddle type w/oven) 115 volt S.S. Vent Hood S.S. Ewave Microwave S.S. Cospolich Over/Under Refrigerator/Freezer Ever Hot Tankless Water Heater Jacuzzi 115 volt shallow well pump driven by GE 115 volt ½ hp electric motor. Reported 1256 gallon Fresh Water Capacity Ice Maker: Ice O Matic
Deck
30KG Plow Achor 100' of ½" chain and approx 600' of 1" twisted nylon rope in rope locker on a reel
Hydraulic Steering
24" Aluminum Steering Wheel Rudders: Two (2) via Four (4) Inch Steel Rudder Stocks
Electrical
Factory Wiring Harness and Distribution Panel with 120 volts AC Shore Tie: One (1) 440 volt, 100’ shore cords with one (1) inlet port side aft of superstructure 12 and 24 volt DC and with amp meters. Electrical Panel: Euclid Electrical Equipment, three phase, 440 AC Volts
Auxiliary Generators
Two(2) Cummins Marine Diesel Engines, 63hp @ 1800 RMP, driving two (2) Onan 35kw, 3 phase generators
Propulsion
Two (2) Caterpillar 3412 DITA Marine Diesel Engines HP 800xx, 1600 total @ 1800 RPM Reported 50 hrs since replacement Fresh Water Cooled with Heat Exchanger Alarms (low oil, high eng temp, crank case pressure, gear pressure, main engine alarm panels on bridge & instrument panels in engine room) Wet Exhaust with Silencers Morse Engine Controls Emergency Engine Controls in Engine Room Four (4) Tube Axel Blowers Mounted Port, Starboard, Forward and Aft of Engine Room Reduction Gear: Twin Disc MG518-1, bom#38840 2.94:1 3 ½’ Stainless Steel Shafts One (1) World Water System model VG-SEP One (1) Kalenburg Air Compressor Dual Racors Lube Oil: 52 US Gallons with fill pipe on main deck and gravity feed spigot in engine room.
Navigation Equipment
Running Lights Fog Bell Horn Compass: Richie 6” Search Light: 10” Perko Depth: Sitex CVS 106 MKII Bottom Machine Knot Meter: On GPS Radar: Two (2) Furuno 15” Clear view, and One (1) Raytheon R70 Pathfinder A.D.F.: Sitex Koden 511a Hailer: Raytheon Ray 470 Sat Nav: (GPS) Garmin 2006 GPS-MAP, Magnavox MX200 GPS Navigator, DGPS Beacon receiver model MX51R Intercom: Henschel Sound Powered System with stations in pilothouse, mess deck, engine room, and port forward deck, head set with microphone and 50’ of telephone cord. Barometer: US Government Windshield Wipers Stereo: Jensen am/fm/Cd
Fire-Fighting Equipment
Nine (9) USCG Approved (may need service) Two (2) fifty (50) pound Halon 1301 bottles located in a watertight space aft of the engine room with emergency pull cord and three (3) fire stations fitted with fifty (50) foot hoses, nozzles, and spanner wrenches via the bilge/fire pump manifold system. (Due inspection) One (1) Fire Axe
Air Conditioning
5-ton water cooled Marine Chiller with a Copeland compressor. The cooling pump is an ITT driven by an Armstrong electric motor. The pilothouse is cooled via a Carrier RV type air conditioner.
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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