47ft Twin Screw Tug ( ID:1731 )

TEL: +44 7798 607 323

MAKE: 12m Twin Screw Tug

DATE LAUNCHED: Launched in 1960, rebuild in 2005
LENGTH: 14.33m (47ft)
BEAM: 4.88m (16ft)
DRAFT: 2.9m (9ft 6in)
LOCATION: Southern California, USA

ID:1731

PRICE: USD 395,000

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DESCRIPTION

Built: John J. Reich Elizabeth, NJ. 1960
Tonnage: Gross: 32 / Net: 7

Dimensions:

LOA: 47.3 ft
Beam: 14.4 ft
Draft: 8 ft

All welded steel

Shell Plating: 1/2” Steel
Frames: 4” - 6” x 3/8” on 12” Centers
Deck Plating: ½”
Bulkheads: 1/4”

MACHINERY
Main Engines:

(2) Detroit Series 60 diesels – 475 H.p. each. Electronic controls and display mounted for each engine
Keel Coolers
Both engines regularly serviced and running well
Fuel filters fitted regularly
Keel cooling system – good and heat exchanger - clean

Shafting/Propellers:

4” Stainless steel shaft through stern tube bearing
Port side and starboard side 3 blade propellers 90” Bronze
52” x 34”
Protected

Auxiliaries

Northern Lights 843 diesel with Delco 20 kW
Raw water cooling
Battery start

Engine Room Machinery:

Exhausts all well lagged/clean
(3) AC/DC Electrical Panels
Battery Charger – Lewco Diode Mod.#12200ACD
Battery Charger – Newmar Mod#HDM50
Bilge Pump 1 ½” off main engine
(2) Bilge Pumps 1 ½” submersible
(2) Banks Batteries
PTO both main engines
Accumulator Tanks

Interior Accommodation:

Galley
Enclosed Head and crews quarters
Lazarette
Storage Area under after deck
Forward – Large Fore Peak / Storage

Galley:

Stove with three burners and oven
Single stainless steel sink unit
Microwave oven
Coffee Maker
Toaster
Ariston Water Heater

DECK MACHINERY
Main Winch:

Single drum
Hydraulic winch

Towing Gear:

Full set shackles/wire slings/rope

Steering:

Aft twin rudders – Communications/Navigation auto pilot
Indicators on bridge and aft steering station

Watertight Steel Doors:

All Collision Bulkheads fitted with dogged watertight doors in good condition.
Pilot House – 2 steel doors port side and starboard side – well fitting

Aft Deck:

Rounded fender stern with expanded metal grating over rudder area
Non-skid working area
Manhole access to steering gear room

Securing Devices:

Full around bulwark has substantial cap rail with fairlead central forward
(3) Bits Forward
One Towing Bit aft
Adequate for all towing or pushing services
One Single Drum Towing Winch Aft

Upper Deck:

Aft of the pilot house and exhaust stack
Engine vent

Pilot House Top:

Upper steering controls and search light
Navigation and working lights in full compliance
Avon – 4-man life raft fitted with a hydrostatic release
Two lifebuoys with self igniting lights
Standard Horizon Eclipse + VHF Radio
Digital engine displays

Pilot House:

Well constructed
Forward – 3 windows
Side – 2 windows
Aft – 2 windows
Doors – Port side and starboard side
Aft ladder to upper conning position

Communications/Navigation:

Com Nav Marine Auto Pilot Helm
3” Richie Compass
Furuno Radar
ACR GlobalWatch 2 AIS
Northstar 952X GPS
MTU Engine/Steering Controls
‘SEA’ automatic antenna tuner
(2) Standard Horizon Intrepid LE VHF
Furuno Echo Sounder LS-6100
Standard Loud Hailer
Alarm Panel and Navigation Lights
Set hand/smoke flares
Captain’s chair

SAFETY

Vessel under U.S. Coast Guard inspections is in full compliance
Misc. Type 1 Lifejackets – USCG Requirements
Avon 4 man life rafts on the upper deck
10 lb ABC BII Lower helm
5 lb A.B.C. galley
(2)15 lb carbon dioxide in engine room
10 lb ABC in engine room

CAPACITIES

Fuel: 2,500 gallons in 3 tanks – 2 Belly & 1 Stern
Lube Oil: 200 gallons
Fresh Water: 200 gallons
Hydraulic: 50 gallons in 1 tank

Just completed Coast Guard Sub Chapter M inspection and new COI