|Model:||Coastal Tow Boat|
|Light Draft / Max Draft /Light Ship Weight/:||9'|
|Propulsion/ Props/:||Cat D398 main engs. rated at 915 hp ea.|
|Fuel Capacity, Transfer Rate, Lube Oil:||24,000 gal|
|Genset(s):||(2) 65KW generators with model 4045TFM75A freshwater keel cooled John Deere engines as prime movers. The port side unit has a new diesel drive.|
Forward on the main deck to starboard is the captain’s cabin with large bunk, small wooden desk and hanging locker. The captain’s cabin was found to be in overall good condition, clean and orderly. Forward on the main deck to port is the vessel’s head with toilet and sink. The floors in this space are concrete. Next aft is the full breath galley. The galley has L shaped wooden cabinets forward and to starboard. Galley equipment includes:
(1) Lang four (4) burner electric stove
(1) Magic Chef microwave
To port in the galley is a pedestal table with bench seating.
Below decks forward is found the laundry/shower area. There is a stackable washer and dryer with plastic shower on centerline.
Next aft are the crew’s bunks. There are four (4) staterooms. Staterooms have carpeted floors, Masonite ceilings and wooden bunks. All staterooms were found to be in good condition.
|Boat Location:||New England|
The Tug is of the model bow, full displacement design, of twin oil screw. The vessel is of all welded steel construction, and finds full perimeter bulwarks with welded cap, with full walk around deck house structure. The main deck is flush, and has sheer forward.
Within the superstructure of the main deck is found the head and captains quarters forward, followed the full breath galley, followed by the upper engine room. Access into the superstructure is by watertight doors port and starboard sides. Interior ambient lighting is by 12” bronze portholes, each fitted with a dead light.
Above the main deck superstructure is found the pilot house. Atop the pilot house is an upper helm with no shelter. Aft of the pilothouse to starboard on the second deck is the aft steering station with winch controls.
Below the main decks finds the crew’s accommodation space. All the way forward is found the forecastle/crash bulkhead, with the anchor storage. Next aft is the shower, laundry and hot water, followed next aft by the crew’s quarters, with a double bunk stateroom to port, followed by the engineer’s single stateroom and a double bunk forward to starboard, with a single bunk aft.
Next aft is the engine room passageway, with Co2 fire suppression system located in the maintenance locker to starboard, with the engine room aft.
Deck fittings and mooring equipment include an anchor which with capstan. At the quarters are found double 10” bitts with horns. These deck fittings are on substantial deck doublers. The towing machine is an Almon-Johnson 320 SS with a reported 1,450’ 1 ½” tow wire.
|Contact Us:||Email Us|
|Call Us:||Bob - 954.224.2628|
This used model bow tug for sale is powered by (2) Caterpillar D-398 diesel engines with Caterpillar 3192 reduction gears with 5.31.1 ratio. She has a 24,000 gallon fuel capacity. She was built in 1967 at the Martinolich Shipyard in Washington State.
This tug is not sub chapter M. -Tug is reported by Owner to be in working condition but does need a generator and needs to be dry docked for some rudder work.
She is rigged as following with an Almond Johnson 320SSTowing winch, 1450' of 1-1/2" wire. Bow winch: Foss conversion, 200' of 1-1/8" shipwire. Fuel: 10 Tanks, 24,000 gal. Water: 3 tanks, 3,000 gal.
Quarters for 5 crew. Comp. elects inc. SSB, AIS, Furuno FR 811 Radar. Location in North Eastern USA.