Builder: Asboat-AsYat, izmir Turkey
Hull and Tankage Designer: George Buehler
Electrical Designer: Arild Jensen
Interior: Asboat-AsYat, izmir Turkey
Bridge Clearance 6.72
Gross Tonnage 44
Net Tonnage 35
Iveco Commercial Fishing Trawler Model N67NM28
Cruising Sped 6 knots at 1450 RPM
Engine HP 180
Fuel Consumption ~ 6 liters/hr @ cruising speed
Flag United States USCG Doc ID # 1221139
Certification: Lloyd’s A1 All Weather Ocean Crossing
|SHIPYARD INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
|Lloyd’s A-1 any weather ocean crossing rated steel ship certification American Flagged, US Coast Guard documented vessel with an Iveco 6 cylinder continuous rated 24 vdc, 180 Hp N67MNTM28 Class D mated to a Twin Disc TM 170 transmission, preheat start option installed.
Engine oil analysis records available since inception.
|Safire 3200 BTU forced air diesel heating system with separate fuel tank powered by a separate 24>12 VDC Victron power supply.
|Large Frame 24-volt 120 amp alternator in addition to 24 VDC 50 amp engine mounted alternator.
Multiple options available to keep engine and house bank fully charged when underway.
|House bank is 24 vdc 1250 amp-hour 2.2 vdc x 12 traction cell lead-acid battery bank with Victron battery monitor. (Typical battery type as used on advanced diesel submarines.)
Engine start bank is two x 8D equivalent batteries.
|50mm electrically isolated stainless-steel prop shaft with rope cutter, bronze prop, oversized rudder.
Engine control in the Pilot House. Engine start/stop control panel also in the Engine room
Engine is keel cooled, dry exhaust.
Engine room sea chest is for marine a/c, stern tube flushing water, anchor wash down + installed valves capped for future use.
The only other through hull below the water line is the sanitary tank discharge.
Two engine room ventilation fans, both squirrel cage.
|Separ dual fuel filters with Walbro pump configurable for either at-sea or fuel polishing activity.
|Bulkhead mounted separate Iveco fuel pump with own fuel/water separator plus an additional fuel/water engine mounted separator.
Fuel capacity: 4500+ liters in 8 double-hull fuel tanks with numerous inspection hatches. Configured as 2×4 tanks. Vented above pilot house
Fresh water capacity 750 liters.
|12 liter 230 volt water heater with engine coolant loop option. (Of note, with 4 people on board taking typical boat showers, we never lost hot water.)
|Black water capacity 750+ liters vented in mast.
|Gray Water capacity 350+ liters vented in mast.
|24 vdc macerator discharge pumps for black and gray water tanks.
|Two diesel fuel fill stations, one fresh water fill station, and gray and black water discharge stations are all on the starboard side outboard and forward of the pilot house.
|Electric bilge pumps for every bilge plus backup drains from every bilge to the engine room bilge. Manual bilge pump in engine room.
|One 4kW Entecwest single cylinder Farymann (German) EW-4200-D keel cooled, dry exhaust generator with separate 12VDC battery charger for starting battery and separate fuel tank. Can also be started by hand.
|Six 250 watt, 30 vdc mono-crystal solar panels.
|Two dual frequency and dual voltage Victron 24 vdc 3000 watt Inverters.
|Two voltage and frequency independent Victron 100 DC amp shore power battery chargers with built-in shore power isolation circuitry.
Shore power inlet cables rated for 240 vac, 50 amps, currently configured with 230 vac, 32 amp connectors.
|Electric 24 vdc Bow Thruster with helm control.
|George Buehler Diesel Duck designed Genoa and main mast Steadying Sail Rig, sails, and handling gear.
|230 vac boom winch for launching and retrieving 3.6 meter Orca tender to and from the boat deck.
|Heavy duty steel auto launch anchor roller at bow.
|Quick 24 vdc 3000 watt anchor windless with 134 meters of 12 mm chain coupled to an 88 kg Rocna steel anchor. Windless control at helm with a separate 13 meter cable control.
|Spare anchor stowed in lazarette.
|Three meter removable and collapsable boarding ramp (passerelle) at the aft deck.
|Dry Powder automatic overhead Engine Room fire extinguisher. Dry powder and Gas portable fire extinguishers throughout. All are up-to-date.
|One 230 vac 10 liter/min shallow well fresh water pump and one 24 vdc 6 liter/min marine fresh water pump with fore and aft deck fresh water spigots.
There is a saltwater wash-down spigot at the anchor and one on the boat deck.
|22 zincs welded to the hull. All are replaced during every 3 year haul-out.
|Bottom paint is Jotun 3-year commercial ship bottom paint sprayed on by shipyard technicians.
|Lloyds Ocean Crossing A-1 approved windows and portholes throughout. No additional covers required.
|Escape hatches in Forward Stateroom and Saloon.
|Pilot House helm chair and combination sitting and sleeping area with custom made lockers, storage areas, and decking.
|Life Jackets Throw Rings.
|Simrad NSS-12 Navigation, speed, depth package with 4 kW Digital radar and associated autopilot.
|Two Icom VHF Radios, one equipped to monitor Channel 22A.
|Simrad flux gate compass and backup non-electric marine compass in Pilothouse.
Spotlight with remote control @ Helm.
|Marine A/C master cabin 12,000 BTU.
|Saloon A/C electrical and plumbing option installed.
|Bosch Combined Microwave, Oven, Convection Oven and Broiler.
|Bosch 386 liter refrigerator-freezer.
|Bosch small frame dishwasher.
|General Electric garbage disposal.
|Teka 4 burner gas cooking top with 3×12 kg cooking gas cylinders installed per Lloyd’s Cooking Gas rules on the boat deck.
|Liebherr 104 liter deep freeze.
|Miele Washer within linen locker.
|Sony LCD TV, Stereo and DVD system Digital Satellite TV option installed.
|115 vac available in galley, saloon and master stateroom.
|LED lighting throughout.
|OWNER INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
|Orca 3.6-meter center console tender with two-stroke Yamaha 15 horsepower outboard, two tender covers, one winter/one summer, two tender anchors and boarding ladder.
|Fenders: Four A-5 Polyform fenders, one large round fender, one medium round fender, two large blowup Praktek fenders and swim platform wall fender.
|Misc lines and springs (18 mm and 14 mm) for mooring.
|Emergency Dive gear.
|Side and aft shade curtains.
|Gas BBQ grill on the aft deck with dedicated gas line from storage tanks.
|Lounge pads and chairs.
|Saloon curtains and pilot house curtains and shades.
|Removable SS swim ladder.
|One-kilogram sacrificial zinc deployed at shore power inlet when on shore power.
|Saeco Semi-Automatic Expresso / Cappuccino Coffee Machine.
|Paper, Electronic Charts, and cruising guides available.
|Meticulous Record Keeping.
|Many spares and supplies.