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1926 San Diego Marine 79

1926 San Diego Marine 79

$24,950

Eastsound, Washington

Year 1926

Make San Diego Marine

Model 79

Category Tugboats

Length 79

Posted 1 Week Ago

Per the Seller: The boat needs work -- the engine runs fine but needs Batteries and Air Tank repairs to start it. The Air tanks are now rusted so I am no longer starting her up - as it is 250 psi to tanks and I don't trust them. Decks/Bulwarks leak. The boat was drydocked in August 2017 - the bottom was found to be in very good condition overall. 2 coats of commercial bottom paint and a new cutlass bearing and zincs were replaced at that time. I've reduced the price drastically due to the above issues. From the Broker: **I have not viewed this vessel in person. All information & pictures were provided directly by the seller. Seller states - No More Photos will be provided - If interested come see it in person. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions you may have, to submit an offer, or schedule a showing. Stock #235931 This is a CLASSIC 1920's Tug Boat with a Fresh Water Cooled diesel from 1946! Come see your next Project! This 1926 Tug was built at the San Diego Marine Shipyard. She served admirably performing harbor duties and towed between Southern California and Mexico. She served in the Navy in WWII and after WWII she came to Bellingham in 1950 and worked for Bellingham tug/barge (a subsidiary of Foss in the Seattle area). Foss was very impressed with the boat and her rock-solid performance - she took on Foss colors approximately in 1960 and towed oil barges and such around Seattle - Tacoma - Bellingham and may have called on BC ports a few times as well. This classic and salty old gal - gets lots of attention and admiration for still performing. Reminds me of the African Queen when running - Ca Chug Ca Chug. She holds approximately 5000 gallons of fuel, has 2 approx 1000 gallon water tanks (steel) - currently only using the starboard tank due to rust. The boat cruises at 8 knots (9 mph) and burns a max 8 mpg. The wheelhouse is equipped with radar, depth finder, and VHF radio. Aft of Wheelhouse is the 2 main bunks, a chart table, sink & urinal. The focsle has 4 bunks, a galley equipped with a diesel stove, toaster oven & microwave. There is a head with a shower and a toilet that needs replacing. She has 2 gen sets - a GMC 4 cylinder DC Gen-set that produces approximately 30KW AC and a second Gen-set 8KW that is currently not working. The engine was replaced in 1946 - is a rare 320 hp Fresh Water Cooled (FWC) Atlas Imperial direct-drive reverse 6 cylinder engine. There is a logbook (Lorna Foss) from the 1960s. The boat is USCG documented the documented length is 78.8 feet but the LOA is 85 feet. As Is Where Is - Offers are Encouraged! Reason for selling is no longer using it.

2004 Nordic Tugs Nordic 37 Cruise Tug

2004 Nordic Tugs Nordic 37 Cruise Tug

$340,000

Seattle, Washington

Year 2004

Make Nordic Tugs

Model Nordic 37 Cruise Tug

Category Tugboats

Length 37'

Posted Over 1 Month

2004 Nordic Tugs Nordic 37 Cruise Tug Well Equipped 37' Nordic Tug 2004 -Like New Bimini TopBow ThrusterLewmar Stern Thruster11 KW GeneratorAvon Dinghy with 2 stroke 15 HP Mercury Outboard

1906 Harbor Tugboat, Tug, Wood, Original steam engine, CAT Re-powered, V12, RARE

1906 Harbor Tugboat, Tug, Wood, Original steam engine, CAT Re-powered, V12, RARE

$14,900

Anacortes, Washington

Year 1906

Make Wallace

Model Harbor

Category Tugboats

Length 77.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Vessel Particulars and Summary as provided on Survey conducted March 2015: Official No. 1064889 Washington Registration # WN 2304 NH Hull I.D. # 121741 Length: 77' Breadth: 16.7’ Hull Depth: 8.3’ Draft: 7' fore / 11' aft Gross Tonnage: 71 Net Tonnage: 56 Fuel Capacity: unknownPotable Water Capacity: unknown Total Horsepower: 570 Hp. Flag: USA Hailing Port: Tacoma Washington Intended Service: Recreational, Built in 1906 by Wallace Shipyard in North Vancouver British Columbia Overall Condition: GoodEstimated Current Market Value:$25,000.00New Replacement Cost: $3,575,000.00 Estimated Current Market Value after Haul Out: $67,500.00 Construction: 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir planking on sawn 8” X 12” ribs on 18” centers, with 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir ceiling, intercostals, transverse and longitudinal members for the underbody and topsides. Vertical Grain Fir and Marine Grade Plywood topside (decks, cabin sides, and cabin tops), Wood frames. AccommodationsQueen sized bed located in the focsle accessed through a hatch in the foredeck. Main cabin has the masters cabin located foreword with a centerline queen bed, a walkway running athwart ship has a head with sink and shower on the port side, access to the engine room ladder is centerline and a walkway with storage on the starboard side leading aft into the combined main salon and galley. Pilot House: The raised pilot house has clear 360 deg. visibility with a centerline helm, full engine instruments, hydraulic jog stick steering. A built in chart table against the aft bulkhead. Full engine and bilge alarm panel mounted aft to the starboard and a lighting control panel mounted aft to port. Anchoring Gear and Ground TackleOne dual cat’s-paw with capstans horizontal style hydraulic powered anchor winch. One 250 lb. Navy style anchor with unknown amount of 3/4” dia. pin link chain. Propulsion and Auxiliary SystemsMain Engine: The Marlin II is powered by a single Caterpillar™ D348, 12 cylinder turbo charged compressed air start, fresh water cooled with heat exchanger, 570 hp. diesel engine driving a Caterpillar Marine™ reverse/reduction gear by Twin Disk™ with a 5:17 to 1 ratio. No hour meter was sighted. All hoses sighted on the engine are of marine grade. The engine has full visual and audible alarm systems in the engine room and in the pilot house. The main engine was started and ran for approximately 5 minutes. It ran smooth with good oil pressure and throttle response and did not smoke. Ship’s Service GeneratorOne, Westerbeke, 12.5 KW, 110 Volt AC single phase generator. Fresh water cooled with radiator and a full sound shield. Hour meter showing 1168.0 hours. The generator was started, ran well, with good oil pressure, and did not smoke. The power was switched over from shore and the genset powered the vessel. Air Compressor and Engine: One, Simson Maxwell 4 cyl. Fresh water cooled with radiator, 12VDC electric start diesel engine driving a Quincy two cylinder Air Compressor. Engine and air compressor were run, 175 psi was built up in the two air tanks, located port and starboard in the aft of the engine room, which was used to start the main engine. The engine ran well with good oil pressure, water temperature and did not smoke. Engine Exhaust Systems: Dry type exhaust on the main, auxiliary and generator engines with insulated steel pipe sections, flex couplers and steel mufflers which exit through the stack on the main cabin top. Shafting: The Marlin II has a 4 ½” steel shaft turning an unknown size and pitch, 4 blade (reported) Nibral bronze propeller. Oil lubricated pillow block and a four bolt conventional compression type packing gland bolted to the dead wood. Fuel System: Two, independent steel fuel tanks of unknown capacity, with approximate dimensions of 67” tall (inboard side) 77” wide and 12’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, located foreword of the engine room, one on the port side and one on the starboard side, with shut-off valves at the tanks, steel piping, distribution manifold, fuel and water separating filters, flex lines at the engine and screened vents on tanks. The fuel tanks were relatively clean and no major signs of corrosion were evident. No manufacturer plates were sighted on the tanks. Both main fuel tanks appear empty. A 40 gallon (approximate) day tank is located on the cabin top mounted to the front of the stack.Ventilation Systems: Natural and mechanical type for the engine room with forced draft circulation through a 110VAC fan mounted on the main cabin top ducted to the engine room. Natural and mechanical type for personnel accommodations and pilot house with forced draft circulation through 12VDC fans or through doors, port light windows and vent openings. Engine Controls: Manual push pull cable and chain type with individual levers for throttle and reverse gear operation located centerline in the pilot house, and on the pilot house cabin top. The controls were stiff but did operate properly from both stations. Steering System: Four station hydraulic jog stick steering from the pilot house, aft deck, aft end starboard side of the main cabin top and foreword port side on top of the wheel house. The dual ram push pull hydraulic steering quadrant on the fan tail showed signs of leaking at the governing block. (*) The steel rudder post tube in the lazerette showed moderate rust corrosion. (*) The hydraulic system was not tested. Potable Water System: Two rubber bladder tanks, approximate dimensions are 48” tall (inboard side) X 48” wide by 8’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, mounted port and starboard side foreword in the lazerette of unknown capacity with shut-off valves at the tanks, plastic and copper piping, fittings and one 110VAC electric powered Flotec™ pressure unit.Marine Sewage Disposal System: One approximately 35 gallon poly black water holding tank installed starboard side aft in the engine room with deck level pump out and macerating overboard discharge pump. This system meets USCG type III regulations (33 CFR 159) as long as the valve to the overboard discharge through hull remains locked in the closed position within 3 nautical miles of shore. Navigational Aids: Full testing of all electronics was not done. All units powered up properly and appeared operational unless otherwise noted. All electronics are located in the pilot house. One, JRC™ Model: JMA 2254 Radar One, Echotec™ Model: 310MP Video Chart Plotter One, Wagner™ Model: MK IV Auto Pilot Communications One, Standard Horizon™ Model: Quest with distress function marine radiotelephone One, High Gain™ Model: High Seas 55 Pollution Control Placards: Oil Discharge Prohibited Placard (CFR 155.450): Mounted on port fuel tank in the Engine Room Garbage Discharge Placard (CFR 151.59): Mounted on galley bulkhead Required Lights and Signaling Apparatus: Red and green 10 pt. side lights properly screened; white 12 pt. stern light; one white 32 pt. anchor light. Single trumpet pneumatic horn mounted on the mast. Lights and horn were not tested for proper operation. Life Saving Gear: A Beaufort canister type USCG approved life raft with strobe was sighted on the pilot house cabin top sitting on float off brackets. The raft certification expired July of 1995. Portable Fire Fighting Apparatus: Multiple A-B-C and B-C units sighted through out the vessel ********SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL LISTING SHOULD VESSEL SELL LOCALLY BEFORE AUCTION END. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED.*********