Sturdy work boat. Produced as a fire-boat for the US Navy, this boat has been converted for use as a tow boat..Will make a good tug, yard boat, or tender. Fresh 3208 Cat diesels will reach 25 kts but cruise economically at 15.
Engines alone worth $30k. SELLER MOTIVATED.
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M/V Willard Specifications 9 December 2016
Manufacturer: Willard, Santa Ana, CA.
Year of Manufacture 1976
Registration Louisiana LA-6711-FY. Expiration 25 January 2017.
KEEL: Conventional bow, displacement hull with hard chine. Two skegs aft offer protection to propellers and rudders.
Hull: Fiberglass with approximately ¾” thickness.
LOA: 32’ Registered, 36’ with swim platform which is integral.
Beam: 11’ 03”.
Depth: 5’ 00”.
Draft: 2’ 10”
Gross Weight: 18,000 lbs.
Engines: 2 x 208 HP at 2000 RPM, naturally aspirated Caterpillar 3208’s . Starboard engine newly rebuilt with approximately 200 hours running time. Port engine new rebuilt 12/01/16. Engines are located under the work deck aft of the wheel house.
Transmissions: Twin Disc Model MG506L (port) and MG506R (starboard). The port transmission is newly re-built with approximately 200 hours running time.
Fuel Capacity: 220 USG Diesel. The burn rate is approximately 5 Gallons per hour. Fuel tank is located immediately aft of the wheelhouse, under deck at the forward end of the engine room.
Steering: Teleflex helm with Rack & Pinion. New in 2012.
Raised foredeck equipped with safety rail. Forward wheelhouse/cabin of fiberglass construction equipped with sliding windows port and starboard. Step down to flush aft deck equipped with six deck mounted watertight doors, giving access to the engine room. Wheelhouse is accessed via a watertight door from the aft deck and 2 steps down into the cabin. Forward of the wheelhouse extending under the foredeck is an empty space which can be used for storage or equipped with head or galley or both.
This Willard was completely re-wired in 2012. Equipment includes: Mast lights; navigation lights; strobe light; towing light; 4 deck lights, one on each side of the cabin; battery charger installed in engine room aft; cabin lights.
Deck & Ground Tackle: