1957 Coastal Tug Working Tug


Baltimore, MD

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Class Power
Category Tug, Tug
Year 1957
Make Coastal Tug
Length 94'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Steel
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Baltimore, MD
This Tug features three decks consisting of the Wheel House inclusive of the pilot house and Captain's quarters on the top deck, galley and crew quarters mid deck and engine room and mechanicals on the lower deck.  Access to the bow, stern and side decks is at mid deck level.
Pilot House
The Wheel House consists of the Captain's quarters and the helm station.  The Captain's quarters has a single berth, double hanging locker, storage cabinets and drawers, TV, desk and chair, sink, 2 large portals, heat and A/C and an enterance into the Wheel House.
The Wheel House is comprised of the main helm station with a 180 degree view, as well as, two aft facing windows.  This fully equipped helm has the following electronics that are all in working condition:  - 2 radars  - GPS  - AIS  - Chart plotter  - vhf radios, and  - Color depth sounder
In addition there are two compasses at the helm and a chart cabinet to aft of the helm. 
Galley & Crew Quarter - 2nd Deck
Galley needs to be finished out to owners ideas but all of the components are onboard (i.e., convection stove, microwave) with the sink and cabinets still in place along with a central prep / eating table. The floor needs to be repaired with steel plate.
Crew cabins sleep 6 in four cabins (bunks).  There are 2 heads, one a combination head with separate shower stall.
Engines & Mechanical
This featured Tug is equipped with a single main engine:  - Electro-Motive diesel, 2400hp, 12 cylinder turbo E7  - Propellers are 4-blade stainless steel on 10in shafts that have a diameter of 90in with a 66in pitch  
The Gen Sets consist of (2) 480-V Detroit Diesels (GM) operating at 1800rpms and generate 75 kW each
Additional features include a full size hot water heater (65gal.) and full size furnace.
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
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Engine Make Electro-Motive
Engine Model Diesel
Engine Year 1957
Total Power 2400hp
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
HIN 8332124
Hull Shape Deep Vee
1957 Coastal Tug Working Tug Just Listed - Model bow, steel hull Tug Boat. Ready to be converted to a Live Aboard, repaired for reuse or for salvage. Possibilities are endless as the hull is still in great shape
Potential Live Aboard
She is 90 feet long and 27 feet wide and draws 12 feet of water.. New owners could possibly take out the large main engine and sell it for the cost of the purchase price of the tug. By taking out the large engine, new owners can place a sunken living room with stove. A small engine to transit port to port could be installed along with a small bow thruster for docking in tight places.

Repair & Recommission 
All is in place except the clutches need to be repaired (estimated to be $25,000.00 usd).  She needs dry docking in next year to paint bottom.

Salvage of the electronics and machinery in addition to removal and sale of the large main engine and generators would pay for the cost of purchase.  

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