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85ft Triple Screw Crew Boat

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DESCRIPTION:85ft Triple Screw Crew Boat
LENGTH:25m (85.1 ft)
BEAM:6.4m (21.0 ft)
LOCATION:Southern California, USA
BROKER:Geoff Fraser
PRICE:USD 685,000

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Vessel: Triple Screw Crew Boat “DIANA G”
Official Number: 547866
Tonnage: Gross: 93.0 / Net: 73.0
LOA: 85.1 ft
Beam: 21.0 ft  
Depth: 8.8 ft   
Built: Crown Point, LA; 1973
All welded Aluminum Hull and House
Main Engines:
Installed November 2008
3 x 6125 John Deere SFM – 526 HP - New
Raw water heat exchanger cooling
Both engines regularly serviced and running well
Racor 1000 series fuel filters
Gear Transmissions:
ZF 350 – Gear Ratio 1.96:1
All In good working order
(2) John Deere 30 Kw, 3 phase, 208/110-volt genets - New
Racor 750 series fuel filters
Keel Cooling
Both regularly serviced
Engine space equipment / machinery
Air compressor
Fire pump with start/stop switch
(6) 12-volt 8D marine batteries
NewMar phase 3 charger, PT-40W
(2) FUle tanks, 1005 gallons capacity each
Fore Deck:
Hydraulic powered windlass/winch drum
Anchor with ½” open link chain
Port and starboard mooring posts
Combined raised bulwark and rails
Main Deck passenger space:
Bench seating throughout passenger space, (14) benches on lounge deck, (8) back deck, and (6) upper deck. (3) Adult lifejackets stowed under each bench
Head with sink is located port side, forward in passenger space
Ladder to lower deck and engine space located port side, forward
Galley is located all the way forward and down (3) steps from the passenger space
Located in galley is a double sink, (4) burner stove, refrigerator, and table with booth seating
Galley space has one head with a shower and sink on port side
Ladder to wheelhouse located in galley
Main Deck Aft:
Cargo / Work area sheathed with wood
After end manhole access to lazarette housing the steering gear, (2) gensets, lube oil tank, and hydraulic system
Deck partially enclosed by wire rope trough steel stanchions
Numerous lashing points for securing cargo port and starboard
Single mooring post on port and starboard quarter
(2) Fire stations port and starboard side with 1 ½” hose. Fire pump control on starboard side
Ladder to upper deck
Single conning station in wheelhouse
Good 360° visibility
Doors on port and starboard sides, ladders to main deck on both sides
Accessed from galley ladder
Door on aft bulkhead leads to upper deck
Wheelhouse equipment:
Twin Disc ECM 300 throttle controls
John Deere gauges and main engine display
Furuno NavNet C-Map NT
Furuno Universal AIS
Furuno GP-1850 DF Echosounder
Furuno 1731 Radar
(2) Icom IC-M422 VHF radios
Icom IC-M802 HF radio
Standard Horizon PA system
ComNav NFU controls
4” Ritchie magnetic compass
Forward capstan controls
(2) Searchlight controls
Paneltronics 12-volt DC control panel
Steering station located aft, starboard side with VHF and PA
(30) Lifejackets stowed in locker
(5) Life floats with lights
(1) Liferaft, (25) capacity with hydrostatic release (exp. 7/11)
(1) 406 MHz EPIRB (exp. 7/11)
(1) American Standard A/C unit
Main mast for radar scanner, nav lights, and assorted antennas
Ladder on port leads from passenger space to lower deck storage
One cabin with two berths is located starboard side forward
To port of the berths is open storage
From the foot of the ladderway aft to after bulkhead is all open storage
Engine space is accessed through door on after bulkhead of lower deck
Furnace located under ladder
Forward bulkhead in lower deck is a watertight bulkhead, forward of it is the chain locker accessed from a manhole on port side of the main deck
Accessed from manhole on main deck, aft
(2) John Deere gensets - New
75 gallon lube oil tank
Hydraulics system, powered by Baldor Reliance electric motor, 5 HP
Twin steering sytem
Vessel under U.S. Coast Guard inspections is in full compliance.
Wheelhouse: (1) 5 lb dry chemical ABC; (6) Handheld signal flares; (6) handheld orange smoke flares; fire ax; (2) liferings on forward bulkhead of wheelhouse
Lowerdeck: (1) 10 lb dry chemical ABC; (1) CO2 10-B:C;
Lazerette: (2) CO2 bottles for fixed system installed in engine space; (1) CO2 10-B:C
All fire equipment serviced to date
The Crew Boat “DIANA G” is a well maintained craft and in excellent condition throughout.
The vessel was overhauled in November 2008, receiving new engines, transmissions, gensets, and new ancillary systems and components including new piping, hoses and electrical to the main engines, gensets, compressed air system.
The vessel is in clean and in well ordered condition with all equipment/machinery regularly serviced and kept up.
The economic life of the Crew Boat “DIANA G” is extended.  It is a U.S. Coast Guard certified and subject to haul outs and rigorous inspections every 2 years.  This requires an extensive maintenance program on the hull and machinery, which was evident in this inspection.

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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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