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DESCRIPTION AND GENERAL LAYOUT
The vessel is fit with two Cummins Marine diesel engines rated at 270-horsepower each. Each engine has ZF gear reduction transmissions attached with stainless steel alloy propeller shafts and four-blade bronze feathering propellers.
The fuel tanks are constructed of aluminum and are located forward of the engines.
STEERING AND ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEMS
Steering is accomplished by hydraulics. Engine throttle controls are electronic type.
The vessel's electrical system consists of both 12 & 24-Volt DC (Direct Current) volt DC and 120/240-Volt AC (Alternating Current) volt AC systems.
DESCRIPTION OF DC SYSTEM
The 12-volt DC system includes batteries in three banks. The DC system is over current protected by battery switches and a ganged circuit breaker panel. Engine alternators, marine battery charger services the DC system.
DESCRIPTION AC SYSTEM
The AC system is protected by a master breakers and a ganged subsidiary circuit breaker circuit panel. AC is supplied from the Kohler 13.5 generator, shore power and the Trace 4000-watt inverter. Also provided is and isolation transformer.
• Navigational Lights • Charts
• Furuno Radar
• Pactor IPI Pro HF Radio Modem
• ICOM IC-M700 PRO HF Radio • Motorola2900NTelephone
• Garmin GPSmap 640
• (2) Cetec Autopilot Displays
• Hand Held VHF Radios
• Horizon Spectrum VHF Radio
• HorizonVHFRadioRAMMicrophone/RemoteController • HP Computer Monitor at Helm
• Ritchie Powerdamp Compasses
• Furuno GP-31 GPS Unit
• (2) Interphase Twinscope Sonar Displays
• Furuno Fathometer
• 85-lb. Delta Anchor • 50-lb. Plow Anchor • Spare Anchor
• 300’ 3/8” Chain• 300’ 3/8” Chain • 200’ 1” Rode
Lifesling & Horseshoe Type Buoys Portable and Fixed
406 Mhz Category II
(6) Underwater Lights
12’ Tender with 25-hp Outboard Engine
Davit System on Aft Upper Deck
Flybridge Canvas Top
Stainless Steel BBQ at Cockpit
Ocean Breeze climate control
DESCRIPTION, LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS
The vessel is a 2001 model power catamaran and was designed and constructed for coastal and offshore pleasure cruising.
Below deck vessel accommodations (bow to stern): Head with vacuum toilet, sink, separate shower, and storage. Up steps to main center cabin with large bed to port, large hanging lockers, overhead hatches, opening windows, chest of drawers, desk/vanity, and storage to starboard. Passageway with steps leading down to the head forward with vacuum toilet, sink, and shower stall. Aft is a hanging locker and then aft cabin with storage, and two raised berths as well as a door to access the Onan generator and water heater. Up to wheelhouse with complete helm station to starboard, raised settee/berth and to port, an L-shaped dinette area and an aft entertainment center with Sony TV, Yamaha stereo receiver, JVC DVD/VCR, and dish TV unit. Down steps on centerline with steps leading aft to lower main cabin and galley and to port down steps with head with vacuum toilet, and sink, as well as electrical/mechanical room with inveterate, 110 volt transformer, circuit breakers, and air handling systems, and freezer. Galley: refer/freezer, sink, 4-burner LPG stove, microwave oven, trash compactor, oven and storage.
The vessel hull is constructed of molded fiberglass-reinforced plastic of varying thickness and core. The decks and cabin are of sandwich construction of fiberglass-reinforced plastic with a core. Interior furnishings are uniformly molded of fiberglass-reinforced plastic and or plywood. They are then installed and laminated to the hull. The deck, cabin and cockpit areas utilize similar construction, in that they are laminated and bonded to the hull by overlapping joints. The joints are bonded, sealed and mechanically fastened. Secondary supporting bulkheads, longitudinal supports and cabin furnishings are of plywood and are laminated to the hull along their respective lengths. Through- hulls below the waterline are of bronze construction and equipped with a valve.
4100 S Harbor Blvd . Suite A
Oxnard, CA 93035