1965 Allied Yarding Tug Boat for Sale
Used 1965 4,200 km
ASKING PRICE: $175,000 CDNBuilder: Allied Shipyard, North Vancouver Year Built: 1965Length: 36’Width: 12.5’Draft: 7’Tonnage: 9.92 GROSSHull: SteelCabin: AluminumLocated: Sechelt, BCFuel: 675 GallonsMain Engine: GM 12V71 (4200 hours- approximately.)HORSEPOWER: 395 HORSEPOWER (single Screw)Exhaust: Stainless Steel dry stackGear: Caterpillar BL5182 series Serial #312204 speed 3:1 ratioShaft & Propeller: 4.0″ SS Shaft with full tunnel to propeller/ rebuilt four Blade Bronze Propeller — 41 x 30Batteries: four NEW 8D batteries installed (12 VOLT House Bank) / two NEW 8D batteries (24 VOLT Starter Bank)Invertor/Charger: NEW 3000W Xantrex invertor/charging system and 120 AMP Alternator (12 VOLT & 24 VOLT)Fire: Halon and 15lb ABCAnti-theft: High temp and water alarms.Pumps: NEW (3) 3500 RULE 12 VAC pumps in the bilge and one in lazerette with auto/manual switches for eachStove: Dickenson “Bering” oil stove with NEW SS stove pipe.Head Below: toilet in lower focile (needs minor repair).Holding Tank: No, direct overboardHeat: Stainless Steel bus heater located in lower focile and Dickinson oil stove Accommodations: Double V Berth forward with stowage under bunksPaint: NEW deck, above water line and cabin paintSteel: New and recent steel replaced on boatSteering Stations: three Steering stations. New jog sticks (cabin and command bridge) with rudder indicatorsDeck/Flood Lighting: NEW LED flood light bars all aroundTow Winch: NO (fixed towing ballard)Rubber: NEW 12” rubber on Bow & Stern / Attractive condition 8” rubber on sidesTow Lines: Lots of various Blue Steal three strand tow lines from one ¼ “ – ¾ “ in length as well as bridalsVHF Radios: Standard Horizon 3000X / Uniden UM125 w/ MMSIRadar / Plotter: Raymarine C120 color plotter/radar (radar dome not working)Sounder: Furuno FVC581 color sounderGPS: Furuno GP32Spotlight: 24 VAC main and 12 VOLT handheld.Although Harlow Marine has made great efforts to accurately describe all the vessels listed; Harlow Marine is not responsible for any errors or omissions;on the information of vessels being sold or equipment included in the sale or the condition of vessels being viewed on this website. We recommend purchasersconduct their own surveys and inspection of any potential vessel to their satisfaction.
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