Steel Fishing Vessel

$85,000 plus GST thereon ONO

Vessel’s underside was ultra scan thickness tested September 2016 & all found good.

This owner since 2009.

This vessel was built by Doug Robb, one of New Zealand’s most renowned and trusted small ship builders, Timaru.  He built 44 vessels over 17 years, many of which are still going strong including this gem, with her beautiful corten steel hull showing almost no deterioration. The photos below show some of her clean underwater lines.

Vessel is currently used as a successful blue cod boat in Southern waters. Is earlier years she was a trawler and would convert back (gearbox reduction is suitable). For approved buyers there is ample BC05 ACE available.

Proven good Southern seaboat, often in atrocious weather conditions.

Lying Bluff, New Zealand.

SKU: 1029 Category:

Additional information

Dimensions

(11.58m + overhang x 3.60m x 1.4m)

Built

Corten steel by Doug Robb, Timaru approx 1968.

Layout

Engine room below saloon. Insulated fishroom below aft working deck. Pot hauler on starboard side.

Main engine

Caterpillar 3304 (turboed) – 165hp.
Owner advises this engine was overhauled approx 4,000 – 5,000 hours ago.

Gearbox

3:1 reduction.

Prop / shaft

4 blade bronze prop. 36”x20”. Shaft 2.5”.

Fuel burn

At 1400 RPM, 9 litres.

Tankage

5,000 litres in 4 x tanks. Tanks have been cleaned by this owner.

Renewed by vendor

Turbo, starter motor, alternator, Jabsco pump, intermediate shaft.

Fishroom

Approx 5/6 tonne insulated fishroom. The current owner has reconditioned the fibreglass in the fishroom.

Anchor winch

Fairly new heavy duty anchor winch and plenty of chain. (Winch cost $10k ex Gough Bros).

Radios and Nav Aids

VHF radio – ICOM
Auto Pilot – maker unknown
Sounder – Koden Radar – Koden MD300
Compass – Plastimo

Domestic

3 x berths in focsle. Focsle presents as warm and dry.
Hot and cold water ex gas califont.
‘Bering’ diesel stove.

Survey

MNZ No. 122428.
NZSSM survey – issued 28/9/2016. Expiry 2021.
Survey Certificate DGP227. Last survey date 9/8/2016.

Moss – vessel entered into the MOSS system.

Last out of water inspection and fresh antifoul – September 2017.
Replaced intermediate shaft – September 2017.
Prop shaft and rudder stock not due for further survey until July 2021.