|Year:||1955 Refit Completed in 2019|
|Light Draft / Max Draft /Light Ship Weight/:||2'("|
|Propulsion/ Props/:||Triple 225 HP DD 6-71's totalling 675HP|
|Fuel Capacity, Transfer Rate, Lube Oil:||13,300 gal|
|Deck Space/ Cargo Capacity / Winches, Crane & Other Equipment:||1 Deck Crane|
|Water / Liquid & Dry Mud Caps:||9,600 gal|
|GT/NT/ Bollard Pull & Towing Equipment:||409,200 lb|
The original crew quarters on the port side is now utilized as a break/recreation room while the smaller CPO berthing space retains two metal bunk beds for crew rest. A crew head/shower/laundry is located immediately aft of the original crew quarters/now break room. There are no wall or deck finishing other than painted insulation panels on the exterior bulkheads and overhead and painted insulation panels on the deck to insulate the spaces from the heat of the engine room below.
Galley: A small galley is fitted between the crew berthing area (now recreation room) and the mess room. The galley is outfitted with a stainless steel counter with integral double sink with steel shelves above and below the counter top. A large residential type stainless steel refrigerator/freezer is fitted along with a simple 4-burner electric range and installed vent exhaust over the range. Other appliances include a coffee maker, microwave oven, and toaster.
Mess Room: A small mess room is fitted with a fixed table with bench seats along sides which should seat about six (6) persons simultaneously.
Head/Laundry: The head is outfitted with a single shower stall, toilet, and double stainless steel sinks, a commercial style clothes washing machine and dryer and electric hot water heater.
|Boat Location:||S.E. USA|
NEW TO MARKET......OVER $400,000.00 SPENT (2017-2019) ON THIS LCU...80% OF THE STEEL BOTTOM WAS REPLACED 2017...VESSEL IN WORKING CONDITION, REPORTED EVERYTHING WORKS... FULL SURVEY AND PICS WHEN BOTTOM WAS REPLACED 2017...SHE NEEDS TO BE PAINTED NOW.
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The vessel was originally designed by the military to carry 14 crewmen in the aft house area on the main deck but has now been modified. The original crew quarters on the port side is now utilized as a break/recreation room while the smaller CPO berthing space retains two metal bunk beds for crew rest.