- Length: 25.00 m
- Beam: 7.50 m
- Draft: 4.00 m
- Engine: Caterpillar 3412
- Engine's power: 750 Hp
- Shipyard: Adelaide Ship Construction, Australia
- Year: 2000
- Country: Australia
- Listed: September 13, 2017 7:29 pm
- Expires: 15 days, 17 hours
Fishing vessel 23m, built in 2000 by Adelaide Ship Construction in Australia, is available for sale and currently located in Southern Australia. The vessel has overall length of 25.00 m, moulded beam of 7.50 m and maximum draft of 4.00 m. The hull of the fishing ship is in perfect condition, without any damages and deficiencies. The vessel is ready to enter in service immediately and ready for work.
The fishing ship has full range of pumps as per AMSA survey requirements. She has excellent stability and accommodation for 6 people.
The main engine of the ship is Caterpillar 3412 with output power of 750 hp. The engine is newly installed and produced in 2008 with less than 5000 hour work. The propeller is 2m Veem Kaplan series skew prop in Korts nozzle, while gear box is twin disc, 5-1 Reduction (oversize will take 900 Hp). The diesel generaotrs on board are two – one Cummins 8.3 Litre with power of 140 kW (2000 hrs work) and another one Perkins 4 Litre with power of 60 kW (20000 hrs work).
The vessel is ready for inspection and acquisition in Australia.
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