2024 Northern Marine 64
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|Category:||Long Range Cruiser|
|Display Length:||64 ft|
|Beam:||18 ft 6 in|
|Max Draft:||6 ft 10 in|
|Fuel Capacity (Gallons):||3,400|
|Fresh Water Capacity (Gallons):||600|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Make||John Deere-continuous|
|Engine Model||6135 SFM85|
|Engine Power||400.00 HP|
The large aft cockpit is covered by the boat deck above with storage cabinets and an aft deck control station. The spacious salon has an L-shaped settee utilizing the full width to port layout and walkway on the starboard side only. The Northern 64 has enough room for a separate dining area with a galley that can accommodate whatever appliances the owner's would like to use.
The large pilothouse encloses the lower helm station, observation settee and navigation station, with access to VIP and guest accommodations forward on the lower deck. A separate stairway leads to the midship owner's stateroom. On the boat deck, a centerline-mounted davit allows mounting one or two tenders.
The proven hull form of the Northern Marine 64 delivers exceptional stability for passenger comfort, and a quiet ride with single commercial rated engine with a take-home drive system. Systems are specified for reliable operation, with built-in redundancy in critical areas for an extra measure of owner confidence and enjoyable long range cruising.
Major FRP Components:
Hull to be infused fiberglass with core above the waterline, in a segmented female mold, using solid laminate with vinylester resin throughout, gelcoat and a barrier coat below the waterline. All exposed glass to be finish-taped.
Vessel to be built entirely undercover in Builder’s climate controlled facility.
Inserts in hull for molded-in scuppers, portlights, and bulwarks doors.
Molded FRP reverse rake upper transom with integral swim/boarding platform.
Stringers, engine beds, bulkheads and structural members will be properly sized laminate and cross-lined core throughout and infused into the hull. The bulkheads are infused 1.5" balsa core and a heavy laminate.
Shaft log tube to be fully molded with cutlass bearing and raw water cooling port. Shaft log installed and glassed so that it is integral with the hull.
Infused fiberglass composite utilizing rigid structural core and bi-axial materials for strength.
Cabin Side, Salon Deck, and Boat Deck Joints: All joints are fully bedded, fiber glassed substantially inside, and outside.
Lazarette interiors to be fully gel coated.
Limber holes in bilge areas and under tanks designed to drain into a central sump in each compartment.
Faired extension at aft of keel for hydrodynamic efficiency.
Fully finished fiberglass bulwarks with FRP cap rails forward and aft.
Ballasting including trim ballast approximately 25,000 lbs.
Major Engine Room Components
Engines, Generators and Controls
John Deere 6135 SFM85 400 Hp continuous rated engine with ZFW-350 3.96 to 1 gear ratio. Raw water pump on main engine to be 50 GPM Jabsco pump for engine cooling, exhaust, cutlass bearing.
Main engine installed on fabricated and galvanized steel rails with factory-provided soft mounts.
Supplied by engine manufacturer. Includes the following engine room gauges: Oil pressure, water temperature, battery voltage, engine RPM, hour meter, and standard alarms (if any).
Repeater gauges in the pilothouse to include oil pressure, water temperature and engine RPM.
Standard heavy duty 24 Volt DC alternator as supplied by engine manufacturer.
Raw water flow indicator on main engine.
Main engine remote start/stop switch in pilot house.
ZF Mathers Micro Commander (MMC) or equal electronic clutch and throttle control actuators in the engine room, controlled by lever units in the pilot house with duplicate controls located on the flybridge and aft deck.
Dry riser and Cowl® muffler on main engine with fabricated 5" diameter SS piping leading to SS water injection elbow and
FRP underwater wet exhaust with above-water bypass.
Heat insulation of wrapped ceramic fiber blanket installed on exhaust piping between engine and water injection elbow.
(2) 17 Kw 1800 RPM Onan or equal generators and sound shields. One with a PTO, both with standard operating gauge panel including engine hour meter, water temperature, oil pressure pre-heat, electric start/stop & automatic shutdown.
FRP wet exhaust system for generator. Includes FRP "water-drop" muffler designed to function as a quiet exhaust system.
Shafts and Propeller
Propeller Shaft: 3.0" diameter Alloy 22, to include flanged coupling, shaft log tube, cutlass bearing, scoops and final shaft alignment.
PSS dripless shaft seal is to be provided with drainage sump in engine room bilge.
48" five bladed hi skew, hi rake Nibral propeller, class one.
Steering and Rudder System
One-piece rudder supported by pintle bearing on keel shoe; actuated by hydraulic steering system.
Steel rudder with steel structural reinforcement as required.
Two (2)-bolt bronze rudder stuffing box to serve as shaft seal and upper rudder carrier bearing.
Steel rudder shaft, 2-1⁄2" diameter with rudder carrier bearings.
Hynautic or equal hydraulic manual steering with 30" Edson stainless steel destroyer wheel in Pilot House and 24” Edson stainless steel wheel on flybridge.
Lock valves to prevent rudder/autopilot feed back through helm.
Hydraulic lines in high-pressure hydraulic hose, (rated at +/- 2,500 psi) with reinforced rubber hydraulic lines to the hydraulic rams.
By-pass valve for emergency steering at steering ram.
Attachment point to steering so as to function as an emergency take-home steering arrangement.
Hydraulic Thrusters, Take-Home Drive and Stabilizers
PTO and 7.94+ cid load-sensing hydraulic pump on main engine or transmission with central system control box, PTO actuator,
check valves, pump select switching and logic.
Twenty (20) gallon hydraulic oil tank, sight gauge, filter(s), and all required plumbing.
Raw-water cooling system for hydraulic tank, including all required through-hulls, heat exchanger and raw water pump. cooling pump with DC motor.
Single PTO and 2.06 cid hydraulic pump on 17 kW generator tied into main hydraulic system.
American Bow Thruster 12" bow and stern thrusters (25 Hp), with three (3) sets of controls.
Hydraulic motor driving the existing propeller shaft to provide emergency propulsion using hydraulic power from ship's hydraulic system.
American Bow Thruster series 300 stabilizers, 12 sq.ft. fins with winglets, center locking with remote ON/OFF switch and touch screen user interface in wheel house.
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Chilled water air conditioning system with reverse cycle heat, by Marine Air or equal, programmable digital low voltage controls from seven (7) locations with digital thermostats appropriately placed at each air handler. (optional air handler in engine room.)
Fresh air supply fan sized in accordance with engine manufacturer’s requirements to maintain positive pressure in the engine room and control excess heat accumulation.
Munters Grille demister in engine room air intake to separate and remove water from incoming air.
Miscellaneous Engine Room Equipment
Twenty five (25) gallon used lube oil tank with fill and vent.
Twenty five (25) gallon new lube oil tank with fill and vent.
24 volt DC Oil changing system with reversing lube oil transfer pump and 15' of suction/fill hose. Quick disconnects on all of the engines and transmission to allow for easy connections for oil changing.
Engine room, lazarette, & forward compartment. Rule 16 (3700 GPH) or equal DC bilge pump with mounting bracket, strainer, drainage sump, strum box, plumbing, through hull fitting, float switch, electrical wiring and circuit breaker in engine room.
Rule 16 or equal DC bilge pump with mounting bracket, strainer, drainage sump, strum box, plumbing, through hull, ball valve, float switch, electrical wiring and circuit breaker in stabilizer bay. (optional)
Automatic engine room fire control system without automatic ventilation fan shut down for use with fire control system.
Two (2) painted Freeman or equal weather tight engine room doors. Doors to have two dogs and a viewing port. Doors to be located at the forward end and aft end of the engine room.
Craftsman tool chest built-in under counter in engine room. Tools to be OFE.
Engine room counter to be molded FRP.
Air compressor (110V AC) for shop tools and misc. applications installed in engine room.
FRP raw water intake sea chest with underwater removable grate with butterfly shut-off valve and blow-down.
FRP raw water discharge sea chest.
Bronze body ball valves. Grounding with #8 green wire. Each through hull fitting to be individually labeled and designed so that discharge and pick-up water are not mixed.
All frames, wire-way pans, metal fittings, fitments and racks to be powder coated or finished in LP polyurethane paint.
All major plumbing runs to be clearly labeled as to their content and direction of flow.
Engine room overhead aft and forward bulkheads to be treated with one layer of 2 lb/cu.ft. fiberglass insulation; 1 lb/sq.ft. leaded vinyl; 2lb/cu.ft. fiberglass insulation and a vapor barrier.
Stainless 1” railing around the engine sides and front.
All exposed major surfaces on the overhead and bulkheads to be lined with powder coated aluminum perforated plate and vapor barrier for ease of cleaning, durability and maintenance.
Floors to be finished with NM molded fiberglass panels with non-skid pattern. All floor panels to be easily removable for access and service.
Tankage and Plumbing Systems
Two (2) Engine Room fuel tanks @ approx. 950 gallons each (1,900 gallon total) with baffles. All fuel tanks to be tested to 3 PSI.
Sight Gauges on port and starboard engine room fuel tanks with stripping lines.
Forward fuel belly tank @ approx. 800 gallons. Includes a 6 GPM fuel transfer pump and transfer manifold.
Day tank in engine room @ approx. 120 gallons.
Hart Systems Tank Tender and Maretron digital monitoring system (including spare line to each tank). Provides accurate monitoring of tank levels from pilothouse. System as furnished monitors fuel tanks, fresh water tank, black water and gray water tanks.
All fuel tanks to be FRP with removable "manhole" inspection ports.
Three (3) 2” stainless steel deck fills for taking on fuel.
RACOR 230R diesel oil fuel filter on generator set.
Filter, Fuel with Vacuum Gauge: RACOR 75-900FG duplex 2 micron diesel oil fuel filters with crossover, on main engine in addition to secondary fuel filter on main engine.
Supply manifold and lines from tanks to manifold to be USCG approved.
Return manifold to return fuel from all engines to fuel tank(s) using USCG approved hose.
Vent lines to be fuel certified, reinforced hose; fuel fill lines to be USCG approved reinforced rubber.
Fresh Water System
500 gallons in one (1) FRP tank. Tank to be baffled and tested to 2 psi. Tanks to be post cured by steam injection over an 8 hour
period to remove residual taste and odor.
1-1⁄2”stainless steel deck fill shall be conveniently located for taking on fresh water.
Tank Tender system or equal to monitor water tank.
Headhunter Mach V fresh water pump, 110v AC, with soft start and automatic pressure system with accumulator tank.
Dockside shore water inlet on aft deck using chrome spigot and adjustable pressure relief valve.
Dual element fresh water filter with charcoal and spun glass elements for filtering odor and taste on the output side of the water tank.
Cold water (blue) thermoplastic tube 1" on pressure side of pumps with 1" to tank on suction side. Hot water (red) tube 1/2". Sea water hose reinforced w/ double S.S. clamps below the water line and ball valves at thru hulls.
Two (2) toilets - Headhunter Royal Flush, in white, plumbed for fresh water flushing.
Labor and materials allotment for the installation of fixtures is provided for sinks, faucets, shower/tub fixtures,
towel bars, soap dishes mixers, etc. Allowance is based on use of Grohe or equal fixtures.
One (1) 30 gallon hot water tank heated by 220 Volt AC.
Sea Recovery R.O. water maker, 600 gal. per day w/ plankton filters, commercial pre-filter, UV light and charcoal filter.
Sea Recovery automatic back-flush module #513.
Raw Water System
Flo-Jet on fore-deck for anchor and chain washdown.
Wire reinforced with double stainless steel clamps below the water line with ball valves at through hulls. All through hull fittings to be bonded together with #8 wire.
Black Water System
Black water tank of molded FRP, capacity 160 gallons, vented on both sides of the hull.
Black water system plumbed in FRP and ABS pipe to gravity drain to holding tank. System includes traps and overboard vents.
Black water discharge pump is a 24 Volt DC diaphram pump with automatic discharge and manual override.
Black water stainless steel 1-1/2" deck outlet shall be conveniently located for pumping-out of black water tank from shore side station.
Tank Tender system or equal to monitor black water tank and Headhunter monitoring system.
Gray Water Tank and System
Gray water tank of molded FRP, capacity 110 gallons, with float switch and overboard vent.
Gray water system plumbed in FRP and ABS pipe to gravity drain to holding tank. System includes traps and overboard vents.
Gray water discharge pump is a 24 Volt DC diaphram pump with automatic discharge and manual override.
All showers and sinks are designed to gravity feed into the gray-water holding tank.
"Y" valve and bonded through-hull for overboard discharge of one (1) Owner selected fixture, located above the water line.
Tank Tender system to monitor gray water tank with warning light at 3/4 full.
Electrical system to be 110 Volts at 60 Hertz AC with 24V & 12 V DC.
All major electrical wire runs to be clearly labeled.
Pull cords to be installed and clearly tagged in all major wire-ways to facilitate the pulling of additional wires.
Two spare cable runs with termination boxs and labels < 10 amps. will be installed.
All wiring to be color coded per ABYC standards. Wiring is marine grade copper.
Engine Room Electrical Equipment and Systems
220 Volt AC & 120 Volt AC/60Hz, 24 Volt DC and 12 Volt DC main electrical switching and magnetic breaker panel with split bus.
Hertz meter on AC panel.
Amp hour meter(s) on main panel (24 Volt).
Volt Meter on main panel (24 Volt).
50 Amp. shore side inlet located on the aft deck for Owner supplied power cord.
One (1) Glendinning electric retracting shore power reel, designed to receive 75' of shore power cable. Locations TBD.
Shore Power, Galvanic Isolator: Newmar Model G1 galvanic isolator in shore power circuit.
24 Volt DC system for house lighting and starting bank with 24 Volt DC alternator and AC charger.
4000 watt inverter wired into main electrical breaker panel with four (4) additional 8-D batteries (@ 220 amp/hours each).
Six (6) - size D 12 Volt DC AGM Acid deep cycle batteries wired in series/parallel for the house battery bank.
Two (2) - 8D 12 Volt DC AGM starting batteries wired in series for the engine battery bank with battery selector switch. Gen set to receive (1) 27 12V battery for starting.
Lewco 2440 ACD-2 (240 Volt), or equal, for ship’s house and engine starting batteries.
Bilge and sump pump actuation/test station in engine room to test pumps. Each pump with an ”OFF”/ ”ON”/ ”AUTO” setting
Main engine room lighting provided by four (4) LED, ceiling mounted overhead lights, with diffuser lens and vapor proof housing.
One (1) overhead LED light in lazarette.
Thru hulls to be bonded together with #8 green wire and tied into the 24 Volt DC ground system along with all external hardware mounted below the waterline (stuffing boxes, rudder shoe, rudder frame, etc.). Two (2) zinc sacrificial anodes also tied into system.
Security Alarm System
Maretron or equal alarm system to monitor bilge & Fuel levels and engine functions.
Rough and Finish Electrical
Imtra - 24 Volt DC LED, or equal, bunk reading lights, one per bunk/berth.
Automatic closet lighting in all major hanging lockers.
Imtra or equal LED interior lights fixtures per lighting plan. Lights controlled with Vimar “Idea Series” switches.
Two (2) exterior 24 V Volt LED floodlights located on mast.
115 Volt AC outlets in engine room, laundry area, Galley, Salon, Pilot House and Staterooms.
Pre-wire for four (4) TV outlets for interface to Sat. TV.
Outlets, shore connection.
LED lights as needed with vanity mirrors, includes light switches.
Carpentry, Miscellaneous Interior Finish
General Interior Finishes and Specifications
Doors, drawers & face frames of cabinets to be hardwood.
The interior layout of the vessel shall be as defined herein, and as shown in drawing. The vessel’s interior furniture and cabinetry shall be fabricated of high quality veneered panels and solid hardwoods. Interior colors and materials shall be as selected by the Owner from NM’s selection of standard yacht interior materials. The Interior Finish will be the standard two (2) coat conversion varnish in a satin finish, unless otherwise requested by the Owner. Interior designer services are available through the builder to assist the client in all aspects of the décor specification, material purchase, tracking, design, sketches, and overall coordination of interior design. During construction of the interior components and the final close out of the interior, strict attention shall be paid to ensure that access is provided for the servicing of plumbing, junction boxes and other equipment located behind cabinetry. Modular cabinetry seams shall be hidden in express joints, and all fastenings shall be properly aligned. As standard practice:
· All cabinet, furniture doors, and hinges shall be properly aligned.
· All locksets and cabinet closures shall be of the highest quality. hardware, secure and rattle free .
· All drawers, doors, and cabinets shall have positive closures.
· As much as possible, sharp corners on structures shall be avoided.
· Rope lighting per drawings.
· All 110 or 24 V dimmers by Vimar, or equal.
· Headhunter Royal flush toilets.
· All shower doors to have splash seals; guest and master stateroom shower doors to be sliding and frameless as possible .
· Lamp outlets on countertops to be installed by Builder.
· Vanity - electrical outlets. All vanities with drawers and doors below.
· Full-length mirrors on closet doors, and mirrors on some stateroom walls.
· Bookshelves will be built as per final interior design.
· Provisions for the Shades and silhouette blinds will be provided by builder.
· All staterooms will have AC rope lighting per drawings.
· Drawer slides are full extension, self-closing, ball bearing guide such as the Knape and Vogt 8400 or Accuride 3832 with an anachrome finish.
Cabinet door and drawer catches will be Hafele push-pull or Hafele Cara-Snap.
Southco Grabbers may be used on lightly loaded doors and drawers such as a nightstand or a pencil drawer.
Drawer fronts are solid wood, with a perimeter profile detail, drawer boxes are dovetailed solid maple with maple plywood bottoms. Cabinet door hinges are 125 Deg. Blum Clip model.
Cabinet boxes (cabinet interior) will be constructed of 1⁄2” C-2 pre-finished maple faced plywood with 1⁄4” or 1⁄2” C-2 backs and 3⁄4” C-2 stretchers.
· Ceiling: Overhead vinyl designed to be removable.
· All loose furniture throughout vessel to be owner supplied.
· All artwork and accessories owner supplied.
· All sheets, towels, linens, pots and pans, china, glassware and flatware to be owner supplied.
· All window treatments provided by the owner.
· All counters in solid surface to be bull nosed edges.
· Cabinet tops, excluding galley, head and laundry room are veneer. Galley, head and laundry room cabinets have solid surface materials with a machined edge detail to complement the look of the other cabinetry. Backsplashes are 6” tall and made
from the same solid surface materials as the countertops.
The interior of all hanging lockers are to be lined with aromatic cedar.
Solid hardwood 2-panel doors for heads and staterooms with retaining clips.
All interior door hardware to be Mobella McCoy lever handles, or equal. Cabinet door and drawer latches to be Häfele (or equal)
All living areas to be insulated with foam or core between the exterior hull, weather decks, deck house and pilot house and
Overhead vinyl designed so as to be removable.
All wall coverings to be premium grade vinyl with veneer on lower portion in hallways, pilothouse, utility areas, heads and staterooms as per the interior allowance.
All floors to be premium grade vinyl or carpet with pad per the allowance.
U-shaped cabinetry standard with solid surface (Corian® or equal) countertops. Includes pull-out drawers, spice storage over the microwave, overhead corner cabinets and cabinets and drawers under counter.
Stainless Steel top mounted sink with single lever faucet.
GE compact model or equal.
Garbage disposal at galley sink.
GE model combination microwave and convection oven with vent and stove light to be mounted under upper cabinets.
Sub-Zero® 36" Refrigerator/Freezer with built-in icemaker.
GE smooth top drop-in range/oven.
Premium grade vinyl Amtico flooring.
GE 15” trash compactor.
"L" Shape settee and pilot berth with two (2) full size chart drawers and large storage drawers, dinette table with hardwood top
and hardwood sea-rail.
Aft facing Navigation/Communication desk with three (3) drawers, finished in hardwood with sea rail, veneer top and hardwood
Forward facing Chart/Navigation console two (2) access doors to under dash area, finished in hardwood with matching sea rail and high pressure black laminate top and solid surface instrument face.
Single Stidd® Admiral model helmseat with "Naugahyde".
MMC ZF/Mathers or equal, electronic engine controls with throttle and clutch actuators and station active light. System will be designed and installed so that when one station is active all other stations are inactive.
Tachometer, main engine.
Water temperature, main engine.
Oil pressure, main engine.
Three (3) windshield wipers with parallel sweep (long stud) wipers and fresh water wash.
Forward facing windshield defroster package. Includes central 1500 Watt AC heater/blower and ducting to direct warm air flow to three locations on dash of vessel.
110 Volt AC & 12/24 Volt DC electric distribution sub-panel with breakers.
Equal 4 tank monitoring system with gauge in pilot house.
6" Danforth or Ritche steering compass with night light (does not include compass calibration or deviation table). Basic electronics package set up for one or two radars, two VHF radios, one GPS, two depth sounders, displays and one autopilot. Allowance for the labor to run wire and install the equipment, hook-up and testing is done per owner's sub-contractor.
Staterooms and Common Areas
Entertainment center, hanging locker, walls, built in settee, end tables built in hardwood and veneers. All loose items are OFE" such as sofa and chairs, coffee table, with bar stools. Partial wood veneer & wallpaper on walls. All areas to be in a satin conversion varnish finish.
Salon valance of hardwood for OFE blinds and/or shades.
Doors, drawers & face frames of cabinets to be hardwood as per owners selection with a sea rails, and finished with two coats of a satin conversion varnish. One third wood two thirds fabric on walls with wainscot.
Doors, drawers & face frames of cabinets to be hardwood with finger pulls & sea rails, finished with two coats of conversion varnish. One third wood two thirds fabric on walls with wainscot.
All stairways, passage ways and heads areas to be one thirds wood two thirds fabric with wainscot.
Cabinetry Standard with Corian® countertops, hardwood sea rails and medicine cabinets as shown in plans. All hardwood to be finished with 2 coats of conversion varnish.
Mirrors will be installed over each bath counter. Each mirror will be trimmed, all four sides, in solid hardwood.
Safety glass shower doors will be installed on all showers and locking mechanism installed.
115V AC ventilation exhaust fan in each of the lower stateroom heads.
Grohe Euro series toilet paper holders, door hooks, towel bars, soap dispensers, etc. (See "Fresh Water System" for Plumbing Fixture Allowance).
All toilets are Headhunter "Royal Flush" heads in white porcelain, plumbed for fresh water flushing.
Premium grade Amtico vinyl.
Exterior Finish and Equipment
(Optional ) Railing: Four (4) Stainless Steel removable rails on swim step with raised sockets (including one spare set of parking sockets). Sockets to be through-bolted.
FRP Door on: (1) aft transom leading to swim step, (1) on stbd & port side walk-around decks.
Buck-Algonquin stainless steel or equal.
Six (6) polished type 316 stainless steel single horn hawse cleats as manufactured by Northern Marine, installed in hull-side at aft and side decks, three port and three starboard.
FRP cap rails.
Two (2) Flat-Top 8" Stainless Steel folding cleats on transom step.
One (1) Freeman, or equal, oversized aluminum aft deck lazarette hatch as shown on plans, counter balanced with gas springs, full gasketing, oversized drainage channel and drain overboard.
Aft deck locker adjoining salon bulkhead on the starboard side to include cabinet doors and possible sink, BBQ, icemaker or aft control station in separate change order.
Molded FRP stairs, with non-skid treads and stainless handrail, leading from the port side deck to the boat deck.
Miolded FRP stairs leading from lower stbd walkaround deck to the pilot house and fore deck.
Fresh water outlet on aft deck.
One (1) 50 Amp. shore power inlet, mounted on the aft deck, and power cord.
Marinco television and telephone shore side hook-up on aft deck.
Side decks and aft cockpit to drain water through freeing ports.
Low flow deck drains on side and aft decks to reduce streaking from water run-off with large volume through freeing ports.
Hot and cold faucet mixer with shower in aft cockpit.
Flag pole socket to receive owners supplied pole, mounted on stern of boat deck .
Exterior 24 Volt DC deck lights mounted in overhead soffit.as per lighting plan.
Gelcoat non-skid on exterior decks, with final color to be selected by Owner.
Builder to supply and install one (1) set of self-leveling adjustable chocks on boat deck sized to receive Owner-supplied tender.
Four (4) tie down pad-eyes with backing plates (price does not include tackle to secure tender to tie down pads).
Crane Steelhead Marine CT 2000 or equal hydraulic crane with 2,000 LB lift at 16’ & 3-function proportional controls; operating off ship's hydraulics and or a separate power pack.
Molded in gutter in boat deck with boat deck drains to divert low flow water to lower walk around side decks.
Gelcoat non-skid on exterior decks, with final color to be selected by Owner.
316 Stainless Steel 1-1/4" diameter stanchions with 1-1/2” stainless tube top rail and life-line intermediate rail along port, starboard and aft sides of boat deck.
Stainless steel ladder with fiberglass treads from boat deck to flybridge.
FRP Fore Deck Inserts to be solid fiberglass to receive hatches and anchor gear.
Four (4) polished type 316 stainless steel single horn hawse cleats, installed in hull-side at fore deck, two port and two starboard.
Single hydraulic Muir anchor windlass with anchor sized for vessel. Galvanized Bruce anchor, 300' of 1/2" galvanized chain, with bitter end shackle (and quick release), swivels and hawse pipe to chain locker. Mud and debris containment area with overboard drain.
Single stainless steel anchor roller and chock with #4 finish.
Low flow deck drains on foredeck to reduce streaking from water run-off with large volume through freeing ports.
Fresh water washdown outlet on foredeck.
One (1) chain locker hatch, as manufactured by Freeman Marine, or equal.
Fabricate two FRP counterbalanced weather tight molded hatches in house trunk cabin for access to port and starboard storage
Type 316 stainless steel; 1-1/2” diameter hand rail with 1-1/4" vertical stanchions off cap rail, per drawing.
Gelcoat non-skid on exterior decks, with final color to be selected by Owner.
One (1) set of MMC ZF/Mathers (or equal) engine controls and thruster controls (if any) to be located on portside of the flybridge with engine start/stop switch.
Forward facing FRP bench style seat on flybridge with Pompanette or equal helm chair.
FRP access door to under dash area on flybridge.
Flybridge "L" shaped guest seating with FRP table cushions are OFE.
Tinted plexiglass windscreen.
Gelcoat non-skid on exterior decks, with final color to be selected by Owner.
Type 316 stainless steel; 1-1/2” diameter hand rail with 1-1/4" vertical stanchions per drawing.
Aluminum Instrument mast installed on FRP lower section: To support two (2) radars, and up to six (6) antenna mounts.
Aqua Signal LED 50 series for port navigation light starboard navigation light; stern light; steaming lights; anchor light. All in 24
6.5.46 Volt DC.
Air type. Kahlenberg model D2A or equal with controls at flybridge and wheelhouse. Compressor located inside mast base.
Doors, Fixed Windows and Port Lights
Two (2) hinged Freeman Marine, or equal, weather tight aluminum doors painted to match exterior color. Exterior of
door to be painted in LP semi-gloss paint.
One (1) weather tight door, by Freeman Marine, or equal, on aft bulkhead of salon. Exterior and interior of door to be painted in LP semi-gloss paint to match vessel exterior color.
All windows in the 3/8" tinted Salon and PH sides with 1/2" clear Pilot House fronts. All windows to be molded into the cabin
sides with custom molded FRP trim rings and water tight gaskets to secure windows in place. Windows trimmed in wood on interior.
Four (4) port lights in stainless steel, mounted in recessed openings in vessel's hull. Portlights to be 8" x 18" nominal size, some may be dealights when close to the waterliine.
Hull and Keel
Stainless steel stem band to top of bulb.
Stainless steel breast plate and anchor guard. With #4 satin
Exterior rub rails of 1-1/4" "D" shaped half-oval type 316L stainless steel on bow cap rail, intermediate rub rail, dual lower rub rails and around lower walk-around decks.
1" x 12" mild steel keel shoe running the full length of the keel with 1-1/2" thick section at stern for rudder support.
Molded rubber transom guard along leading edge of transom / swim-step.
2 coats anti-fouling paint in Owner’s choice of color.
Interlux, or Awlgrip or equal two-part linear polyurethane paint finish, color selected by Owner on cabin sides, deck house, pilot house, dodger/brow & all other surfaces (except for the walking decks which will be gelcoat finish).
Awlgrip or equal two part linear polyurethane paint in semi-gloss finish selected applied on hull sides and boot stripe.
Owner Furnished Equipment (OFE)
Navigational equipment, autopilot, communication devices, electronics, sub panels, installation, final hook-up and termination of wiring, calibration and testing.
Rods, Reels, Reel Holders, Racks, etc.
TV's, stereo, VHS, tape, CD players, speakers and other electronic devices together with all related design, installation, hook-up & testing.
Soft coverings, dishes, cutlery and linens.
Interior and exterior seating cushions supplied by owner.
Tenders, launches and canvas.
Blinds and Screens
Pillows, bedding, wallpaper, carpet runner, ect.
Dock and mooring lines, flares, USCG requirements and flotation devices.
Six (6) dry chemical 5BC (staterooms); two (2) 5 lb units (equipment space & PH console) and one (1) dry chemical 40BC for
Window treatments are Owner furnished.
Shore power cord (One 50' cord standard).
Dock and mooring lines, flares, USCG requirements and flotation devices. NMI to supply.
Northern Marine to provide secure storage for Owner-Furnished items for the duration of vessel construction in the form of an 8' x 20' x 8' locking container.
Hull and house structure, propeller shafting and steering systems are designed to meet or exceed American Bureau of Shipping rules; however, the vessel will not be classed. The hull scantlings and construction practices will be equal to that used in the construction of similar vessels already in service.
The stability of the vessel is designed to comply with or exceed current U.S. Coast Guard requirements as applicable to charter vessels.
Navigational lights will be to SOLAS requirements. Life preservers and ring buoys to be supplied by the owner.
Materials, Machinery and Equipment
All materials, machinery and equipment used in the construction and outfit of the vessel will be new and free of defects, suitable for marine service and shall be covered by the manufacturer's or supplier's warranties.
All workmanship will be of high quality by experienced workmen and will be under the close supervision of Northern Marine.
The owner and his designated representative will have access to the vessel, by appointment during normal working hours for the purpose of inspecting the construction of the vessel and in accordance with company's insurance provisions.
Tests and Trials
All parts of the construction including structure, fittings, systems and machinery will be thoroughly tested to demonstrate satisfactory workmanship, proper working order, alignment of moving parts, suitability for intended purpose, and compliance with requirements of these specifications.
All fuel, water and hydraulic oil tanks (if any) will be tested to three pounds per square inch pressure. All joints and penetrations will be tested and leaks will be repaired as necessary and re-tested. The tanks will be filled to the top of their full connections and all joints and penetrations tested.
All exterior watertight doors, hatches, manholes and windows will be hose tested by directing a stream of water against all mechanical joints.
Diesel generator sets will be tested according to manufacturer's specification for proper installation, clearances, alignment, speed control, and general running characteristics.
All piping systems will be operationally tested in all normal modes. The steering piping will be tested to 1.5 times normal operating pressure. Reliefs will be set per specification.
The galley equipment will be operationally tested in all modes.
Deck equipment will be tested according to manufacturer's specifications to demonstrate proper load handling ability and control.
The generator(s) will be tested under full ship's load (all electrically powered equipment and circuits on and running) to show proper voltage regulation and governor operation.
Electronic equipment installed by the builder, with the equipment supplied by the owner.
During completion of all dock-side testing, the main engines and auxiliary machinery will be run at the dock for a period of four hours to demonstrate readiness for sea. Steering, control and navigating equipment (as installed by the builder) will be checked and made ready for use.
Upon satisfactory completion of the dock trial, the ship will be taken on a sea trial. The trial draft will be as near as possible to the design trim and mean draft. The trial will consist of:
Engine control adjustment
Endurance run of two hours duration at maximum RPM
Four runs over a measured mile course at three speeds
Steering and maneuvering
Radar and communication equipment adjusting (technician supplied by owner)
The delivery of the vessel will be along side the builder's dock at Anacortes, Washington, U.S.A. after completion of tests and after final adjustments and general clean up. The builder will cooperate with the owner should they elect to take delivery of the vessel in Canada outside United State territorial waters.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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