ALL2395 – SOLD
Price:
USD 800.000 asking
Built:
1982
LOA:
23,95
Beam:
6,40
Main Engine:
MTU 538 BHP (Installed 1998)
  • Class: Local Maritime Authority
  • Tonnage: GT 151
  • Fish Hold: 3 tanks apx. 110 cbm (35 tons of live crab)
  • Main Engine: MTU 538 BHP (Installed 1998)

 

Vessel type: Crab Fishing Vessel

Built: 1982

Length: 23.95 m

Width: 6.4 m

Depth : 5.65m           

Tonnage: 151 BT, NT 60

Class / Class dates: main survey conducted in 2016, Bank Fishing II

Rebuilt: 2000, extended 3 m, converted to crab 2009

Material: Steel / Aluminum

Speed & Consumption: Ca.9 knots / ca. 60 ltr

MACHINERY:

Main engine: MTU, 538 hp 1998, overhauled in May 2011

Number of hours: 49244 h

Gear: Finnøy, G 27 (1982)

Propeller System: Pitch Propellers, Finnøy (1982)

Auxiliary engine 1: Cummins 120 HP ca.75 KW, 51,202 t

Help Engine 2: Mercdes ca.65 100 hp KW

Help Engine 3: Deutz ca. 450 HP, hydraulic operation of the thruster, as well as pumps for RSW, 5131 t

Thruster front: Mjosundet 150 hp, hydraulic powered

Thruster behind: Mjosundet 150 hp, hydraulic powered

OTHER MACHINERY:

Management: Tennfjord

Pumps: Hydraulic (Hytek gear), connected in front of the main gear motor

CAPACITY:

Diesel: 14 cbm

Fresh water: 12 cbm

Ballast: 2 tanks in rear                                 

Cargo capacity: 3 tanks approx. 110 cbm, 35t of live crab

RSW: about 108 000 kcal (125 KW)

ELECTRONICS:

  • 2 x Furuno GPS
  • 1 piece OLEX
  • 1 Furuno radar
  • 1 Furuno sounder
  • 1 JRC MF / HF
  • 2 x Sailor VHF / Furuno
  • 2 x hand VHF GMDSS
  • 2 x cameras for machine / labor deck
  • 1 Navtex Furuno
  • VHF tracking
  • AIS-B

SAFETY:

  • 2 x life rafts for 6 people
  • 7 immersion suits

ACCOMMODATION :

  • 4 x 2 man cabins

SOLD!

 

All particulars are believed to be correct, but given without guarantee for accuracy.
Subject to prior sale and price change without further notice.

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