1963 Tugboat Custom - Fire
1963 83' Custom Tug
If you are looking for a work horse of a tug; ITINERANTE I - has the goods.
If you are interested in an 83' world cruising Tug/ Trawler. This vessel has the bones go anywhere in the world.
The fuel capacity is 4,226 gallons; the range is 4,000 nautical miles cruising at 8 knts. - top speed of 12 knts.
This solid vessel can be converted into a luxury travel trawler/tug for what it would cost to acquire Bluewater Trawlers half it size with half its range.
- Custom - Fire
- Toronto, ON, CA
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- ITINERANTE I
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Dimensions & Weight
- 83 ft - 25.3 meter
- 83 ft 6 in - 25.45 meter
- 20 ft 6 in - 6.25 meter
- Draft - max:
- 10 ft 8 in - 3.25 meter
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- Dry Weight:
- TBD 604-L6 ( 6 cylinders)
- Cruise Speed:
- 9 MPH
- 4603 MI
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- Fuel Type:
- 800 (Individual), 1600 (combined)
- Max Speed:
- 14 MPH
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This Vessel was designed and built as A Fire Tug in the Netherlands. It was purchased by the previous owner and he brought it across the Atlantic to Toronto Canada. His intention was to deploy it in Honduras - but the best laid plans...
The current owner has owned it just over a year. His intention was to renovate it into a Bluewater Cruiser - life got in the way...
His dream makes so much since. The vessel has a 4,000 nautical mile range- cruising at 8 knots. Just burning over a gallon, a mile. The steel superstructure makes it a safe "trawler" for the little latitudes and the cluttered oceans.
The vessel delivers a clean sheet of paper for making it your own. Design the interior to you liking, with 83' in length and 20' in width - there a lot you can do with it.
The boat is priced to move. Depending on your own imagination: purchasing this vessel and having professionals renovate it; you can have a luxury, safe and strong, cost effective to operate, Bluewater ( take you anywhere in the world) "Trawler "at a cost that would be comparable to what you pay for a Kadey-Korgen at half the length of this vessel.
Vessel is a typical harbor and coastal tug designed with fire-fighting response capability, having forward superstructure and low open after deck with rounded cruiser type stern.
The Superstructure is single tier construction rising14 feet above the main deck, with pilothouse and chartroom forming the top tier. The pilothouse windows provide 360 degree visibility, fixed watertight aluminum extrusions framing, tempered glass, 3 windows forward, 2 windows port and starboard sides, and 3 windows facing aft.
Solid fitted main deck bulwarks leading approximately 42 feet on Port and Starboard from bow stem to mid-ship is a height of 30 inches, bulwarks leading approximately 44 feet on Port and Starboard from mid-ship to stern reduces to a height of22 inches. The Bulwark is fitted with top round cap-rail with twenty-eight (28) freeing ports located within the port and starboard bulwarks with average openings of 4" high x 45" in length.
The vessel is fitted with heavy duty preformed wraparound D-rubber fender, 5" wide by 5" thick encompassing from the stem around to the stern, with a height above the waterline of 6 feet at the bow, with 4 feet at the stern. Additional heavy round-tempered rubber fenders t 6 inches in diameter by 10 feet in length, protection of bow and stem bulwarks.
Fitted with one (1) towing hook, with double H-Bitts, located 10 feet aft of tow hook and H-Bitts, One (1) curved 8 inch tow wire support with 12 inches tow wire closed fairlead. Towing hook, H-Bitts, and tow wire support mounted over engine room casing.
One curved 8" inch tow wire support is fitted over the aft deck extending from port bulwark to starboard bulwark at 8 feet, and 25 feet forward of the stem. Height of supports at centerline main deck is 29 inches.
Vessel hull is subdivided into six (6) transverse watertight bulkheads and compartments:
1.) Forepeak chain locker
2.) Forward Galley/Dinning and Storage
3.) Engine Room
4.) Towing/Tackle Dry Storage
5.) Fuel oil Tanks (3 segregated tanks- Port/Center/Starboard- 14,226 gls. (US)
6.) Sterring Compartment
Fitted with 3 blade variable pitch "Liaaen" electric/hydraulic propeller, Type "G- 50", with diameter of 1200 mm. Propulsion system is fitted with both mechanical driven hydraulic pIp (driven by main transmission) and electro-hydraulic pIp. One . spare blade is present in the boatswain's locker.
A balanced flap type rudder system is fitted, manufactured by Becker Marine Systems, it consists of main rudder, hinge system, with movable flap/tab and linkage actuator, providing very tight turning radius. Rudder stock rotation actuates the trailing flap/tab movement. Rudder stock rotation is provided by rotary pump vane system. Hull has an extension down of the rudder to protect the linkage from ice and debris.
Interior - Wheelhouse
Pilothouse bulkheads fitted with wood panel covering, navigation console of wood framed construction with composite laminate finish.
Bridge Navigation !Radio Communication/ Engine Control Equipment:
The vessel's bridge and chartroom equipped with the following equipment noted:
- 1 - Racal Decca Short Range River Radar, RR2050MT.
- 1 - Furuno Radar - 72 mile range.
- 1- Furuno Navpilot Autopilot.
- 1 - Rudder Angle Indicator.
- 1- CMAP - Super Pilot Max.
- 2 - Sailor VHF RT 2048 radio phones.
- 1 - HEFTRONIC, Type HT 1120 CE Intercomm system.
- 1 - Furuno Sate lite Compass 0735-10 .
- 1 - Lowerance 2330 tri-range depth sounder.
- I - Main Electrical Panel- Nav lights 24V, Gen Service 24V, Gen Service 220V.
CST 2705 Main Engine & Auxilliary Alarms.
- Main Engine Instrumentation guages .
- Main Engine shut-down.
- Engine control and pitch control unit, A.M.LIAAEN, Type G50, VripropelJ NR26
- Bochtaanwrjzer RTI MK2 - Rate of tum indicator.
- JMC V6201.
- Fire Pumps and Monitor Control Unit.
Interior - Storage/Galley
Access to galley and lower storage from the pilothouse or starboard main deck passageway. Galley extend across the vessel between the forepeak and the engine room divisions, below the pilothouse. The cooking area is fitted with (1) four burner counter stove top, (2) microwaves, (I) convection oven, (I) small freezer, (1) small refrigerator, (1) stainless steel single sink and countertop. One stand-up crew shower stall in way of galley.
Galley has dining area with fold-down table/seating for six (6), dining room bench seats can be arranged to provide four (4) single crew sleeping berths if necessary. This area provide crew lockers, and dry storage.
Main and Auxiliary Machinery
Main and auxiliary machinery typical of equipment fitted in vessel of this type and includes the following:
Two (2) Main Engines: Deutz MWN turbo diesels, TBD 604-L6, 6 cylinder Engine No.: 6040610285/6040610286 (Year 1986) HP. 596.8 Kw/800 HP each
One (1) Gearbox: Electrisch Volgens de schema's 85.01.01.01
One (I) Steering Gear: Tenfjord, R I-B
One (1) Propeller: 4 Blade, variable pitch electric/hydraulic,
Type "Liaan" diameter 1200 mm, model G50
Two (2) Alternators: Lister-Petter, Type HRW 6, 50 KW 6 cylinder diesels Engine No.: 3500022/3500023 (Year 1986) 380V /220 V
Two (2) Auxiliary: EEC 220V/380V, 43 KW, (Year 1986)
Two (2) Pump Generator: Indar draaistroom generator, 624 KVA
Two (2) Fire PumpslMotors: 10" Stork centrifugal brandbluspompo, Type H50 Rating: 12,000 LPM
Two (2) Compressor: Atlas Copo, type 30, working pressure 6 Bar
One (1) Boiler :Inventum EDR, 50 litre, 8 Bar 220 V, 2950 W
One (1) Fuel Transfer Pump: 220 Volt - Fuel system. (1) 220 V portable pump
One (I) Gen. Ser. Pump: 220 Volt - Ballast, Bilge, Fire system pump. Machinery space
One (1) Emergency Gen Service Pump: Emergency Pump located under galley bilge.
One (1) Domestic Water pressure pump and electric water heater
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.
Mike Conley 1 Listing(s)
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