Breadth: 10 feet 2 inches
Draft: 29 inches
Vessel Weight: Estimated at 4,000 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons
Potable Water Capacity: None
Black & Gray Water: None
Total Horsepower: 230 horsepower
Estimated speed: Thirty Knots
Hailing Port: Campbell River, B.C.
Intended Service: Commercial Dive Boat
Watertight Compartmentation: Two compartments and/or integral tanks consisting of 2 voids to port and starboard.
Hull Form: Light displacement planing type hull with a moderately raked square bow. Lightly raked square stern on vertical straight sides and straight sheer, flat bottom with no deadrise at midsection.
Superstructure Form: Small pilot house forward and mechanical spaces aft.
Watertight Integrity, Decks and Superstructure: Hatches, doors, windows to all exterior decks and/or bulkheads are weathertight types.
Minimum Freeboard to Aft Bulwarks: 30 aft, 48 forward inches.
Method/Material: Welded aluminum hull with transverse and longitudinal framing system.
Keel: Full length welded aluminum 2 x 3 inch channel.
Hull Deck Joint: Welded.
Welded aluminum deckhouse and hull.
Hull scantlings considered normal for vessel’s intended service.
Two 2006 Evinrude 2-stroke V-6 cylinder electric starting, raw water cooled with raw water pump, 115 horsepower each gasoline engine.
Engine Serial Number: 05171114 05171585
Engine Model Number: E115PXSUC E115DPXSUC
Engine Hours: XXXXXX XXXXXX
Note: Engine underwent a full tune up and winterizing performed by Parker Marine Courtenay, January, 2019. Motors were reported to be in great running condition.
Manual type single lever for throttle and reverse gear, one control station located starboard forward.
Note: New Steering and throttle cables installed by Parker Marine January, 2019.
Two fully submerged torpedoes vertically driven with the cavitation plate located at vessel bottom, with an aluminum pod.
A stainless steel shaft with hex nut and locking plate with aluminum 15.5 inch diameter x 13 degrees pitch, right hand rotation, three bladed aluminum propellers.
Hydraulic type wheel steering, one control station located starboard forward with a single ram and tie bar aft.
12-Volt DC power is supplied by two size 24 series lead acid 12-volt storage batteries, with a four position marine type battery switch.
The batteries are contained in lead acid-resistant non-conductive boxes and secured from movement to meet TP1171 and ABYC.
Batteries are charged by two rotor and stators estimated 50-amp engine alternators with an external regulators. The system contains a distribution panel, with switches and fuses for branch circuits volt meter. Wiring is apparently plastic covered marine type wiring.
Exterior fixtures are weathertight industrial types.
Audible type indicating abnormal cooling water temperature and/or lubricating oil and other computer codes. System installed on propulsion engines.
Two internal independent aluminum tanks, USCG A-1 hose piping to the filters flex lines at engines, screened vent on tanks.
One electrically powered 1-1/8 inch diameter discharge, submersible centrifugal bilge pump with manual automatic float switches.
Manual and automatic switch are located at the helm.
Located in a raised aluminum box at the stern of the vessel. Powered by an 11 h.p. Honda gas engine. A 15 Gal. Hydraulic oil reservoir sits adjacent to engine. The system runs the Pullmaster capstan on boom, as well as hydraulic rams used to raise and lower the outboard mounting pod.
Any further questions can be directed to Graham Condly at (250) 650-5421