|$75,000 Per Vessel ||
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36′ x 9.5′ Ex USCG Fiberglass Landing Craft
•Price: $75,000 USD or Best Offer
•Built in 1965
•Draft 3′, Molded depth 4.5′
•Less than 5 gross tons
•Forward deck 18′ x 7.5′ x 55″ deep, 8100 lb capacity
•Powered by Detroit 6-71, 180 hp, 200 hours since rebuild
•2″ shaft, 24″ prop
•Cruising speed 8 – 10 knots
•Fuel capacity: 200 gallons – 2 year old aluminum tank
•Fuel consumption: 1-4 gph
•Bow ramp (steel) 7′ long, 7.5′ wide, operated manually from deck house
•Last survey 2017
•Located in Maine
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Detroit 6-71|
|Cruising Speed:||9 Knots|
|Length over all:||36'|
|Fuel capacity:||200 Gallons|
200 hours on rebuild
Manual transmission 2:1
Hull is of fiberglass construction fitted with three 6" x 6" landing skids from the bow aft, a bronze skeg extending aft from the keel in support of the 18" x 18" bronze rudder with an 18" x 8" bronze flanking rudder set forward of the 3 blade propeller set in a semi tunnel. The 2" stainless steel shaft is supported by bronze struts fitted with cutlass bearings in good condition.
The hull is divided into three separate compartments being the forward bilge, engine space and lazarette and is in good overall condition.
Forward deck measures 18' x 7.5' and is enclosed with a 55" high double wall bulwark port and starboard. The bow ramp is of steel construction, measuring 7' in length by 7.5' in width fitted with wear bars on each side and set to a gasketed enclosure.
Decks are finished in non skid paint.
The deck house is of aluminum construction fitted with 2 windows forward, aft and on each side with a weather tight door forward on the starboard side accessing the work deck. The helm is set to port and the raised engine hatch is located on the centerline within the deck house.
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Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.