This handsome historic American vessel is from the class that was one of the most useful and long-lasting in Coast Guard, the Active Class Patrol Boat.These capable vessels were designed for trailing the "mother ships" along the outer line of patrol during Prohibition, and gained a reputation for durability that was only enhanced by their re-engining in the late 1930’s.
This one was repowered in the 1950's with GM/Cleveland mains,and has been privately owned for some time by an owner with plans to restore her to original. A change in plans brings her to market with a very favorable asking price, with survey and audio gauge information on file. A special opportunity!
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Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Designer: USCG by American Brown Boveri Electric Corp.
Länge über alles: 125 ft 0 in
Breite: 23 ft 6 in
L.W.L.: 120 ft 0 in
Tiefgang max.: 7 ft 6 in
Marke des Motors: Twin Diesel
Marke des Motors: Twin Diesel
Normalfahrt Geschwindigkeit: 9 mph
Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 13 mph
Displacement: 232 T
Fuel: 7,100 - Steel
Fresh Water: UK - Steel
EXTERIOR DESCRIPTION: This is an ex USCG cutter that is in mostly original condition but is awaiting conversion to a yacht. There is a long foredeck and a main cabin on deck amidships with a pilothouse above it. High bulwarks surround the main deck, which has wood overlay from the main cabin to nearly fully aft and leads to a large aft deck. Steps on each side deck lead up to the pilothouse wings. Aft of the pilothouse there is a stack and an upper deck area with two masts mounted at each end of the main cabin. The underbody appears to be a round bilge type.
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION: The main cabin has head compartments forward followed aft by a passageway space and then storage lockers. Steps lead below forward and a door leads aft to the upper section of the engineroom. On the lower deck there is a crew's cabin forward with four stacked berths on each side. Aft of this there are two staterooms, one with a double berth to port and one with two berths to starboard. Aft of this is a main salon to port with a large settee and table. To starboard there is a head compartment with a stall shower forward with a galley/wetbar next aft, which is followed by three single staterooms.
Aft of the main salon to port there is a space used for engineer's storage. Amidships is the engine room occupying the lower deck and main deck. Aft of this on the main deck is a storage area with a door from the engine room, side doors to both port and starboard side decks, and steps to port and starboard that lead down and aft to the lower deck. This area contains a galley to port with a freezer aft, a boiler room forward on centerline and open space to starboard and aft. Aft of this are three separate holds accessed from hatches in the aft deck and include the steering flat in the aftermost hold.
- Approximately 200 square feet of foredeck space
- Approximately 20 square feet of wheelhouse space
- Approximately 40 square feet of interior lab space at main deck level
- Berthing capacity is currently (9) spaces (still undergoing modifications)
- Mansfield toilet forward and gravity type on main deck, plumbed to two steel holding tanks via a 32vDC macerator pump
- 115vAC pressure freshwater system with approximately (8) outlets
- GE 115vAC 19.9 gallon hot water heater with pressure relief valve
- Burnbam furnace located in the aft section of the vessel provides steam heat through cast iron radiators in the various compartments
- Olympia iron top diesel galley stove
Electronics & Navigation Equipment
- (2) Furuno 72-mile radar
- (2) VHF radios
- Weather fax
- Video plotter - radar
- (2) Recording
- Computer station
- 360-degree Sonar 3200 meter
- Navtrac GPS
VOLTAGES available are 12vDC; 24vDC; 32vDC; 110vAC; 220vAC; and 240vAC; wiring is insulated copper with fuse/breaker protection; various transformers. GENSETS include (2) 25kW 32vDC; (1) 20kW AC; (1) 9kW emergency generator; and (1) 4kW hydraulic AC motor generator. BATTERIES include (5) 8D types for 32vDC, and (4) 8D types for 12vDC banks.
- Anchors x2 3/4 link - 600 lb. - 600 ft. each
- Stabilizer poles with 120 lb.
- Spare stream anchor aft 120 lb.
- Props guarded by Kort Nozzles
- Hyde hydraulic double horizontal captstan windlass with chain brakes
- Deep-sea winch, approx. 2,500 meters of 7/16" wire with mast and boom
- Lifting capacity: approximately 4 tons
- Object height that can be lifted and deployed by boom: approx. 20 feet
- Hydrowinch, approx. 2,500 meters of 3/16" wire
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
ENGINES are twin GM 8-268A diesels; freshwater cooled; dry stack exhaust; Racor fuel filtration; natural and forced air ventilation. SHAFTS are 3.5" steel; STRUTS two intermediate bearings inside forward of the stuffing box on each shaft; exterior bearings unknown (survey at time was in-water). STEERING is single station at the wheelhouse; wheel steering; steel cable through sheaves to rudder quadrant; steel stuffing box.
ADDITIONAL GEAR NOTED includes (2) Briggs lube oil clarifiers; voice tube from the engineroom to the wheelhouse; (2) four bladed 48" diameter bronze props on the aft deck; (2) electric air compressors with two separate receivers; newer 2-hp air compressor; compressed air engine starting and air engine controls; lube oil tank estimated at 100 gallons; electric lube oil pump.
Re-engined during WWII to Cleveland GM's. RANGE is approximately 2,300 miles at average speed of 9.5 - 10 knots. Three rudders and twin 52" diameter props and hydraulic bow thruster.
CONSTRUCTION is of riveted and welded steel plate over steel framing; superstructure is riveted and welded steel plates. AUDIOGAUGE ON FILE.
Any of owners' personal items left on board, including any items not listed in the specifications, are not included with the sale of the vessel.
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.