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16.8m Excellent Steel Fishing Vessel.



Listing ID:
1243

DESCRIPTION:16.8m Fishing Vessel
DATE LAUNCHED:2012
BEAM:5.60m (18ft 4in)
DRAFT:3.20m (10ft 5in)
DISPLACEMENT:115 Tonne
LOCATION:South Island, New Zealand
BROKER:Geoff Fraser
PRICE:POA
LENGTH:16.80m (55ft)

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General Description:

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Overview

FV Legacy, designed and built by Stark Bros of NZ in 2012, at 16m and 115 tonnes, it builds on the Stark Family Legacy of commercial fishing boats designed, built, operated, repaired and maintained to the highest standard by the Stark Family of Lyttelton, NZ since 1967. The capabilities and presentation of this 7 year old vessel will impress.  Built in Lloyds A Grade steel plate over shipbuilding bulb flat ( Holland Profile) frames for strength and paint performance, it is obviously above spec for a 16m boat and built to last.  Fitted with Stability Wings, it is a stable platform for crew comfort and fishing operations.  With all the necessary fishing electronics to catch fish in a wide range of conditions and to then maximise the value of fresh fish, while utilising a CPP, Fixed nozzle with Rudder to maximise bollard pull and minimise fuel consumption.  In addition to standard echo sounder, the FV Legacy also has a WASSP – specialist Wide Angle Sonar give 3D bottom mapping, and Marport net and trawl door monitors, 2 net rollers and good trawl winches, a conveyor from deck pound to sorting table inside the shelter deck, carrying 480 bins in the refrigerated hold, with the onboard Salt Water Ice maker, this vessel is fully self-contained with its own unloading derrick to land fish from the hold directly to the wharf or truck.  It is currently fishing, but due to additional vessels joining the Stark Family fleet, it is now being marketed for sale.

 

Specification

Type of craft:                       Stern Trawler

In Survey to:                        NZ Offshore Fishing Vessel 200nm

Home Port:                          Lyttelton, NZ

MNZ #:                                134489

Radio Call Sign:                   ZMW9337

Fishing Number:                  901113

Designer and Builder:          Stark Bros Ltd.

Construction Material:          Steel

Length Overall:                    16.80m

Design Water Length:          16.28m

Beam:                                  5.60m

Draft:                                    3.20m

Displacement:                      115 Tonne

Free Running Speed:          9 knots

Main Engine:                        SCANIA DI12 59M 350 HP @ 1800 rpm

Gearbox:                              Hundested Marine Gear CPG-32 9.05:1

Propeller:                             Hundested Variable Pitch 9ó HP/HP, 1800mm diameter, 3 blade, LH Propeller

Bollard Pull:                          6.4 tonnes @ 1800 rpm

Generator:                            Kohler Marine genset 28EF02D 3 phase, 28 KVA

Steering:                               Hydraulic operated single blade rudder

Nozzle:                                 Stark Bros Fixed Nozzle

Radar:                                  Furuno ARPA Radar M1835, 36nm colour radar

Compass:                             Saura MR-150

Depth Sounder:                    Furuno FCV295-NT

Sonar:                                   WASSP WMB-160F Multi-beam sonar

Radio SSB:                           Icom IC-M801E SSB Radio

Radio VHF:                           Uniden Oceanus UM415 VHF Radio

Auto Pilot:                             Furuno Nav pilot 700

GPS:                                     Furuno SC-30 Sat Compass

Chart Plotting:                       SeaPlot PRO

Watch Alarm:                        BHM autopilot watch-keeping alarm

EPIRB:                                  Kannad 406 float free

Trawl Winches:                     Stark Bros Hydraulic split winches, computer controlled, auto scrolling/wire     counting,1800m x 14mm wire per winch

Cod End Winches:                2 x Rotzler TC2

Unloading Winch:                  1 x Rotzler TH1

Net Rollers:                           Stark Bros – 1 x Main, and 1 x spare net roller

Fish Hold:                              40 cubic metres capacity

Refrigeration:                        Brema Saltwater Ice Maker, 1500kg /24hr and cold wall refrigeration panels in fish hold

Paint:                                     International Paints

Liferaft:                                  RFD Surviva 4 man SOLAS A pack

Fuel Capacity:                       9500 litres

Fresh Water Capacity:          3100 litres

Lube Oil Capacity:                820 litres

Waste Water Capacity:         60 litres

Hydraulic Oil Capacity:         1000 litres

Crew:                                    3

Date of Delivery:                  February 2012

 

Key points of interest from the owners

  1. The FV Legacy has been fishing well.  The FV Legacy was launched on 21 Feb 2012, so is only just 7 years of age.
  2. It has recently been dry docked (March 2018) for its 2 yearly out of water survey, at which time we also fitted a Marport Net Monitoring System, which is paying dividends. 
  3. The FV Legacy is also fitted with a WASSP system, which helps when fishing new grounds or areas where foul ground is known as they can be mapped precisely with an underwater “3D picture” displayed.
  4. The FV Legacy is in survey with SGS M&I and is surveyed as an NZ Offshore Fishing Vessel (to 200nm offshore), it is also within the MOSS system with MNZ and is fully compliant in all aspects of safe vessel operation.
  5. The owners run a relatively comprehensive set of spreadsheets which track Weekly Servicing / Maintenance Worklist / Safety Equipment / Parts Lists. The Weekly Servicing is tracked with each item assigned an hourly interval for servicing, enabling a weekly service list to be generated based on the engine hours.
  1. Whilst it is understood the catch value and quantity achieved by a fishing vessel is dependent on the skipper, the area it fishes and also the catch plan and ACE available, so it is difficult to make comparisons as to the quantity of fish we catch vs the quantity of fish another operator might catch with it.  However as a guide, the FV Legacy catches about 900 – 1000 tonnes of fish per year, operation is 5 days per week, and about 46 weeks a year, and it fishes with Skipper and 2 crew.  So as you can see it can and has caught a lot of fish, very efficiently.  
  2. The owners believe this length vessel 16.8m and 115 tonnes displacement is ideally suited to the NZ coast, and straddles the inshore / middle depth fishery extremely well. This will be the case for many other countries and fisheries.  
  3. It will carry 480 standard sized plastic bins in the fish hold stacked 9 bins high, which is refrigerated with cold wall panels, as well using flake ice from the onboard salt water ice maker.  
  4. The FV Legacy also has a variable pitch propeller (as with all their vessels), providing the maximum benefit in fuel efficiency possible.  
  5. The FV Legacy has a Bollard Pull of 6.4 tonnes which is impressive for a vessel of her size.  
  6. Fuel Use:  The vessel has an average of 36 litres fuel used per engine hour over the past 2 years.  

SeaBoats is very pleased to be offering one of New Zealand’s most advanced fishing vessels due to the owner’s rationalising their fishing fleet. Some other vessels in their fleet are also available.  More details are available on request.

3D Tour

FV Legacy Tour : https://youriguide.com/FV Legacy iTour 14-6-2019


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IMPORTANT: 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 their agents, or their 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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