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If a track record sets the standard this Yard presents a podium finish. Since the late 1960s the Little Hoquiam Shipyard has been combining the finest materials, technology and know-how to produce in excess of 220 superbly crafted custom vessels. Both commercial and pleasure craft at exceptional value in the 60 to 120 foot range. The Boat Yard spread over 11 acres comprises 60,000 square feet of undercover buildings including, production, administration and design. It provides state-of-the-art capabilities in fiberglass, wood and metal fabrication. The yard also has its own launching docks. The 65ft Yachtfisher is a custom build featuring a modified Vee-hull w/keel, hard chine and transom stern, w/bulwarks and finished in gel coat White Colour. Construction is F.R.P. composite hull w/chopped mat and woven roving in polyester resin with Airex core, and stiffeners. Propulsion is supplied by twin MAN V-1200 engines. The Owner and their representatives, will have full access to the vessel in the production yard throughout the build process during working hours.
|Vessel condition:||New Build|
|Vessel type:||Yachtfisher Motoryacht|
|Designer:||Little Hoquiam Shipyard|
|Builder:||Little Hoquiam Shipyard|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||MAN V-1200|
|Length over all:||19.8m|
|Hull type:||Modified Vee|
|Fuel capacity:||2000 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||300 Gallons|
Engines: 2x MAN V-1200, 1200 hp @ 2500 RPM
Generators: 2x 20 KW Northern Lights (1800 RPM) w/sound shield.
Propulsion: MAN V-1200.
Two Caterpillar MAN V-1200, 1200HP marine diesel engines shall be installed, equipped with fresh water cooling, heat exchanger, seawater pump, oil and fuel coolers, 24 volt electric starting system. All fuel lines shall be one wire rubber hose. Engine installation shall be approved by engine manufacturer.
Twin Disc 5145A hydraulic reverse reduction gears with trolling valves. Ratio shall be 2.0:1 reduction.
Engine sumps beneath engine shall be white gel coated finish.
Main engines and generator set shall be installed as per plans. All pipe and electrical connections to engines shall be flexible. Engine foundations shall be fabricated from aluminum and mounted on the F.R.P. engine stringers.
Water lubricated propeller shaft installation. Aquamet 22 shafts, 3-1/2" diameter. Heavy molded-in F.R.P. stern tubes with dripless stuffing boxes, and rubber cutlass bearings.
The propellers shall be nibral, (4-bladed) 34 dia..
Vee struts to be stainless steel with rubber cutlass bearings.
Two 20KW 1800 RPM Northern Light marine diesel generator sets shall be fitted with ventilated and easily removable sound shields, heat exchangers, freshwater cooling, 12 volt electric starting systems and 55 amp alternators located in the engine room. A separate 12V starting battery shall be fitted for each generator.
Cooling Water System Engines:
Main and auxiliary engines shall have fresh water cooling systems with heat exchangers, oil cooler, and seawater pumps. Raw water intakes, strainers, and piping shall be in accordance with Builder's standard practice. Engine piping shall be bronze or stainless steel with double-clamped hoses to engines.
Exhaust lines for the main engines shall be water-cooled and constructed of fire-retardant F.R.P. tube connections between tube and engines shall be made with approved marine exhaust hose with double all stainless steel hose clamps at each end. All dry portions of exhaust shall be constructed of Type 316 stainless steel and fully lagged. Exhaust systems shall be fabricated in accordance with Builder's standard practice, with exact diameters of tube checked against engine manufacturer's recommendations. Slope of exhaust line shall be no less than 1/2" per foot of run. Fiberglass wet silencers shall be located in lines. Exhaust lines shall exit the hull just forward of the transom corner. Generator exhausts to be wet/dry combination type.
Air Compressor (Engine Room):
A small electric compressor with sound enclosure shall be installed in the engine room with sufficient capacity to handle the air horn and an air outlet in the engine room.
One Sea Recovery SRC 900 AF, 33 gallon per hour capacity with associated piping for sea water and fresh water located in the engine room c/w large filter and oil separator system.
Stabilizers SeaKeeper to suit.
Type of vessel: Modified Vee-hull w/keel, hard chine and transom stern, w/bulwarks. Finish to be gel coat White Color.
Construction: F.R.P. composite hull w/chopped mat and woven roving in polyester resin, Airex core, and stiffeners as required.
Exterior and Interior Styling and arrangements per plans.
Architect: Little Hoquiam Shipyard with design support from Jonathan Moore, NA.
All construction shall be kept as light as possible, consistent with strength required.
Hull bottom and topsides shall be laminated with multiple layers of woven roving and chopped strand mat as specified on the lamination schedule. Outside and Inside skin of hull will utilize orthopthalic resin. All bilge areas will be coated with gel coat. The hull bottom and topsides shall be cored with structural foam. The hull will be framed using molded FRP stiffeners and web frames.
All framing members, except watertight bulkheads, shall incorporate limber holes to insure free drainage to the bilge sumps. Limber holes shall be arranged so that bilge water cannot accumulate in isolated pockets.
Decks, house sides, house tops, and flying bridge shall have a smooth FRP exterior finish and may be of cored construction, or wood framed construction to suit design requirements.
Bulwarks above the main deck shall be fully sealed box section over internal stiffening frames. Internal face shall be molded fiberglass sheet.
Hull and all exterior fiberglass shall be polished gel-coat finish.
Bottom (from boot stripe down)shall be sealed with blister-resistant barrier coat, and painted with two coats of anti-fouling paint. Name and hailing port shall be painted on the transom per Owners instructions.
Colors and feature stripes as specified by Owner. Applied Silica sand and gel coat finish is to be provided on all walking surfaces.
Layout and arrangements as per general arrangement drawings.
All interior joinerwork shall be executed in accordance with the drawings and with good marine practice.
Every effort shall be made to prevent weight build-up in joinerwork construction. Drawers shall roll on heavy metal guides and have means of positive closure in a seaway.
Cabinet face frames, door frames, and other items of solid wood shall be constructed of cherry throughout the vessel. All hanging lockers shall be of red cedar 1/4" plywood.
Doors shall be of solid edges, with plywood panels, rectangular in shape. Door frames shall be solid wood.
Floors and Bulkheads:
Interior deck/main deck floor flats shall be constructed of plywood over wood beams, or cored FRP panels to suit design requirements.
Exterior decks shall be laminated with multiple layers of mat and roving, cored with 1" 5 pound foam core.
Primary structural bulkheads shall be constructed of cored FRP or plywood with FRP lay up on each side in bilge areas.
Hull to be insulated with blanket insulation in stateroom areas.
Galley and bar counter tops, and splashes shall be Swanstone w/color as specified by Owner.
Deckheads shall be stretched Majelite.
Hull and superstructure sides and bulkheads not otherwise specified, shall be lined with vinyl wall paper or plastic laminate.
Galley and bathrooms shall be ventilated by 110 volt AC extraction fans, controlled with timer switches.
Baths and Showers:
Shower stalls and shall be molded fiberglass, off white color.
Shower faucets shall be single lever Kohler.
Sink faucets to be single lever Kohler.
Day head to have shower w/floor drain.
All Mirrors shall be safety glass and shall have sealed edges.
All decorative hardware for doors, lockers, cupboards, and drawers to be supplied and installed by Builder. Concealed hinges and drawer runners shall be Blum. Passage door hardware shall be Merit.
All towel bars, glass holders, basin tub fixtures, soap dishes, toilet paper holders, robe hooks, etc. shall be supplied by the Builder. Installation shall be done by the Builder and positioned as directed by the Owner. Toilet system shall be Headhunter and shall be installed by the builder.
Telephone jacks shall be fitted in the salon and pilot house, as directed by owner.
Air ducts shall be installed into the pilot house console to provide window defogging. Heated air, will be blown up the inside face of the front windows by means of a circulating fan.
Each cabin shall be provided with a 5 lb. ABC fire extinguisher located as directed by Owner. Engine room shall be provided with one 1000 FE241 fixed cylinder with alarm.
Items such as carpets, tile, window coverings, wall coverings, and ceilings, of a decorative nature are to be supplied, in accordance with Builders standard practice, and installed by Builder. Owner to specify colors. Quality and prices are to be agreed to between Builder and Owner before contract signing.
Heating and cooling.
Domesic reverse cycle air conditioning, to suit.
The following equipment shall be purchased and installed by Builder. Exact catalog number, color and style shall be agreed upon between Builder and Owner before signing of contract.
Refrigerator/Freezer: 36" Sub Zero
Range: electric, smooth top/with oven
Sink: Stainless steel
Microwave: GE Spacemaker II
Trash Compactor: 12" Kitchen Aid
Disposal: Kitchen Aid
Washer/dryer plus storage: Kenmore All-In-One
3. Salon Wet Bar(Hot and Cold):
Sink: Stainless steel(bar type)
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
Two-wheel steering stations shall be located in the pilothouse and the flying bridge.
Electronic, twin Disc single lever controls at the pilot house, flying bridge and aft deck stations.
3. Instrumentation at Pilot House:
*2 engine hour meters
*2 engine water temperature gages
*2 engine water temperature alarms
*2 engine oil pressure gages
*2 engine oil pressure alarms
*2 gearbox oil pressure gages
2 volt meters(1-12 volt DC, 1-24 volt DC)
2 ammeters(1-12 volt DC, 1-24 volt DC)
*2 start switches w/keys
*2 stop buttons
2 genset hour meters
2 genset water temp gages
2 genset oil pressure gages
2 gen set start switch
2 gen set stop button
Items with an asterisk(*)indicate flying bridge installation in addition to pilot house.
4. Pilot House Lights/Alarms:
High bilge water in each sump
High holding tank level
Engine room fire alarm/FE241 cylinder discharge
AC and DC electrical panels located in the pilot house
Main engine raw water alarms
5. Navigation Equipment in Pilot House,( to suit Owner):
6. Pilot House Control Console:
Builder shall supply a layout drawing of the console and the positioning of instruments, controls, electronics, etc.
Special attention shall be given to human engineering for sight lines and ease of operation.
7. Windshield wipers:
Three windows of pilot house shall be fitted with heavy duty 24 volt DC wipers of appropriate length arms and blades. Motors shall be controlled with two speed switches. Windshield fresh water washers on three front windows. Washers controlled with rocker switch
8. Pilot House Miscellaneous:
Chart area with maximum dimensions shall be provided. One chart drawer shall be built in pilot house settee. One helmsman chair and Storage cabinet with shelves and drawer for miscellaneous equipment.
The particulars and specifications are supplied by the vendor and not SeaBoats. Such information has not been verified and may be incorrect. Please do not rely on particulars and specifications unless you have verified their accuracy.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.