Original price $85,000. now $50,000.
In working condition ready to go. 93 x 25 x 11-6 draft Net tons 132, Gross tons 194 Engine: Aico 16-251 2400 HP diesel Reduction gear: Lufkin Propeller 100" x 60" Cruise 10 knots, max 13 knots Total fule 10,800 gals in 2 steel tanks Water: 1000 gals Generators: 30 KW - AC and 40 KW - DC Electrical 120 volts AC and 120 volts DC VHF x 2 Depth Sitex plotter Furuno radar Hailer Berths for 4 crew, 2 staterooms, head and shower Hotwater heat Last survey 2012 Last dry dock April 2013 for normal maintenance Notes from survey in 2012 The Tug ELIOT WINSLOW is a single screw model bow tug of welded steel construction, built in 1943 in Brunswick, GA. The tug measures 93 feet in length, 25’ in breath and 11.6’ in depth listed at 194 gross tons and certified for harbor work and near coastal towing. The tug features a continuous main deck with center deck house and pilothouse atop. The tug is powered by an Alco 16-cylinder diesel engine rated at 2400 HP and carries up to 25,000 gallons of diesel fuel in forward, aft, and double bottom tanks. The ELIOT WINSLOW was found to be in overall satisfactory condition, with coatings generally intact and usual wear and tear observed. The hull above the water line is protected by rubber fendering and large tires fenders. The vessel is fitted with standard electronics, hydraulic steering, pneumatic engine controls, adequate bitts and cleats for mooring and towing service. Fire and Life Safety equipment found aboard needs to be updated as required. Underwater Hull Area The vessel was afloat at the time of the survey, therefore conditions below the waterline could not be observed. The tug was reportedly last hauled in 2004 for routine maintenance. Topsides - The vessel’s topsides are in satisfactory condition. Weather decks are coated with non-skid paint. Ladders and handrails are in good condition. The open decks are surrounded by 20” bulwarks fitted with freeing ports. Superstructure - The vessel is fitted with a center deckhouse in support of crew spaces, galley and engine fidley on the main deck all accessed by water tight door from the weather deck. The pilothouse is located forward and atop the deck with access from an exterior weather tight door and an interior ladder from the main deck. Vessel Interior - The Tug’s interior spaces are finished in wood paneling and painted decks in good condition. The galley is fitted with a pedestal table, bench seating, a propane stove, microwave oven and stainless steel sink. There is a forecastle storage area located below the foredeck. Machinery - The Tug’s main power is a 16-cylinder Alco diesel engine rated at 2400 HP. The engine is heat exchanger cooled pneumatic start with dry vertical exhaust. In addition to auxiliary machinery for onboard systems, the vessel’s electric system is 110 DC provided by either a 30 KW of 40 KW diesel driven generator, 120 AC power is provided by a MG set. All machinery appears to be in good working order, but was not operated for purpose of this survey.
Fuel capacity of the tanks we use are 10,800 gallons. Profile drawings of this class boat
show additional fuel tanks, but we have never used them.
Fuel for tug is diesel or # 2 fuel oil. with 10 knot cruising speed fuel consumption
should be around 50 Gallons per hour including generator.
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