Small Car/Passenger Ferry.
BLT 1987 in GBI
MCA V1A Certificate is for 100 passengers and no vehicles (summer) &
Class V1 year round 50 passengers and 1 vehicle.
|Vessel type:||Small Car/Passenger Ferry|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||PERKINS M185C 185HP|
|Length over all:||15.24m|
15.24 LOA X 6.09 BRD X 1.210 DFT
Engine 2 X Perkins M185C 185HP less than 600HRS, 3:1-Reduction RPM 1000 - NEW 2012 370BHP TTL
The main bow ramp is operated hydraulically. Current use is mainly for foot passengers so main deck seats can be hinged up giving vehicular access 11' x 22'. Ultrasonic tests show that her hull is on original 8.00mm & 6.25mm thickness.
There is a 4.5 ton tico deck crane that was never fitted, having a special seat made for it but it would take up passengers space so was left off. Crane included along with two substantial extension rampos, these could be welded together to form an extension flap to the ramp if required.
100 Pass total.
The saloon has a toilet, a store/locker, small tuck shop and seating for 24 passengers, small aft deck and stairs up to bridge deck. On the bridge deck there is buoyant apparatus and seating for another 20 odd passengers. If deck seats removed then she should be able to go back to her old certification of 100 passengers no vehicles or 50 passengers and 1 vehicle or 25 passengers and 2 vehicles for short runs.
This vessel was built so that she could easily be extended with an extra section welded in thus increasing her car capacity up to 4 or 6 cars. She would also be compliant for the work boat code 60 miles offshore.
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.
The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.
A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.