|Location||East Coast Tasmania|
|Here's an opportunity to purchase a fully operational crayboat in full AMSA survey ready to go now. Licensed for 43 pots, 900 kilo well, 2 bait rooms holding 40 boxes, new electric anchor winch and strong Yanmar diesel with only 625 hours. Wilson of Smithton built of celery top pine with celery decks too. Practical new alloy wheelhouse and spacious focsle with new stove, fridge and oven.|
|Uncomplicated, easy to operate vessel, really well maintained by a knowledgable skipper.|
|Hull Material||Timber Celery on hardwood frames. Strong and sound.|
|Deck Material||Celery top Pine painted.|
|Length||11.76 m / 38′ 7″|
|Engine||Yanmar 6CH3 diesel of 130hp with 3:1 Yanmar gearbox. 626 hours since new in early 2000's.|
|Genset||240 volt inverter only.|
|Fuel||2 x 800 litres in steel tanks|
|Water||300 litre stainless steel and 150 litre stainless steel for shower.|
|Accommodation||2 good size berths forward and another in the wheelhouse.
Painted interior, well lit, very tidy.
|Galley||4 burner gas cooktop, stainless steel sink,|
|Refrigeration||12/24/240 volt Mobicool fridge/freezer.|
|Shower||Pressure hot and cold aft|
|Toilet||Porta Potti in enclosed heads entered from aft deck.|
|Ground Tackle||New Muir electric winch with rope and chain gypsies.|
|Safety Gear||To 3C survey including 4 man liferaft|
|Electrics||4 x 12 volt batteries in 2 banks giving 24 volt and 12 volt systems.
Fully rewired and new switch panel.
|Raymarine plotter and a Furuno depth sounder. VHF radio.|
|Deck Gear||Pot hauler, mast and staysail, spare anchor.
80 metres of 1/2" short link chain.
Disclaimer: Vessel details are believed to be correct but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries. We recommend independent surveys and mechanical inspections on all vessels we sell.