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Features A fine example of the Lochin marque where the owner required the known qualities of the hull form and performance, to which he added his personal design. The result is a very superior internal design prepared to a high standard of professional workmanship. Recently reduced in price to encourage an early sale. Navigation Furuno M1932 MkII 10" CRT Daylight Viewing Mono Display Radar with 4' Open Array Scanner; Cetrek 12" CRT Colour Chart Plotter (with third GPS system) with CMAP NT charting and 3.5" Floppy Disc Drive for saving/loading of waypoints and marks etc.; Furuno FCV587 7" Colour CRT Display Dual Frequency Fishfinder/Echosounder; Furuno GP-36 Differential DGPS Navigator; Furuno GP-31 GPS Navigator; C-Tronics Autopilot; C.A.R.D. Radar Detection Monitor; Icom M59 Euro VHF Radio Telephone; ICS Navtex Receiver; Magnetic Steering Compass; Pioneer Radio Cassette Player and Multichanger. The Flybridge is fitted a Garmin GPSMAP 235 Chartplotter/GPS/Fishfinder/Echsounder; Secondary C-Tronics Autpilot Head Unit; Simrad Speed and Distance Log and magnetic Steering Compass. Electrical BETA Marine 8kVa diesel generator unit in an insulated box. A '5 x heavy-duty battery bank' - charged by engine alternators - with a dedicated engine start circuit and fused and switched aux. circuit panel. A 240vAC shore connection with a 13amp ring main and a number of 3-pin socket outlets. Mechanical The twin CATERPILLAR marine diesel engines are each rated at 7.3 ltrs in a straight 6-cylinder configuration. Fresh water cooled (via heat exchangers) turbo-charged and intercooled. The units are close-coupled to Twin Disc MG5061A 1.5:1 reduction ratio, down-angle hydraulic gearboxes driving conventional 2" stainless steel T-Met 25 shafts with 5-bladed 23" bronze propellers through bronze legs and 'P' brackets. Electro-hydraulic trim tabs fitted aft. Steering Type: Wheel (hydraulic). Engine controls: Kobelt single lever. Max Speed: 29kts. Cruising Speed: 21kts. Safety The following items are included: - 6-man Liferaft; - 1 x Lifebuoy; - 4 x Electric Bilge Pumps - all with inline pre-filters and LED indicators on vessel's mimic panel at helm; - Manual Bilge Pumps; - Automatic Fire Extinguishers to the Main Engines and Generator spaces; - Manual Fire Extinguishers; - Remote control ITT Searchlight and Floodlight; - Horn; - Steaming and Anchor Lights to Code, with operation LED indicators on the vessel's mimic panel at helm; Emergency Steering Tiller; Accommodation From Aft: The self-draining COCKPIT measures approx. 3.96m/13 ft long by 3.35m/11 ft wide - with a non-slip coating. The coamings are teak laid, with rails and flush mounted stainless steel rod holders. Across the stern rod holders are fitted and lbases for two Penn down-riggers. The flush-fitted Cockpit hatches give access to the steering gear and emergency tiller spaces. Sea-water seacocks - each with glass-top water strainers - provide cooling water to both engines and generator. Two forward hatches provide access to the main engines - each with steel 'chequer tread plate' surround and access to all main service points. 'Top-side', the Foredeck is via the sidedecks, - again coated with grey gritted-gel non-slip - and aided by the side & pulpit rails. The Flybridge, is accessed via a Stbd angled ladder with teak treads. Fixed bench seating - togehter with is found to both Port and Starboard, with the centrally positioned Helm, positioned forward, together with duplicated engine controls and repeated navigation equipment. A substantial stainless steel gantry over-head supports all the navigation lights, antennae etc. Returning to the COCKPIT, a central two-piece teak Cockpit door, provides access to the helm position - forward to Port at a raised level and equipped with a suspension seat. The listed navigation equipment and displays are directed to the Helm - together with the engine controls and instrumentation. Aft of the Helm - to Stbd - is a large L-shaped settee. A single matching seat is just aft of the Helm. The whole area is well appointed and offers considerable comfort for up to six persons. A curved companionway to Std leads to the Galley and the Heads. Ahead - the Fore-cabin offers four berths - by use of the the generous flair of the bows providing tiered berths without the 'closed-in' effect. The Fore-cabin offers the following: Number of Heads: 1. Shower(s): 1. Hot Water: Yes..... and Cabin Heating: Yes. Deck Stainless steel (s/s) Pulpit rails - with bow extension and a hinged section aft giving access to the side decks - both sides of the craft. Cockpit side and grab rails continue to enclose the deck areas. The Flybridge ladder - with teak treads - continues with surround rails including the screen rail. A 2-tier gantry mast is fitted over, carrying antennea, navigation lights, etc. There are seven s/s adjustable rod-holders, 4 flush-mounted s/s rod holders and 2 Penn down-rigger mounts. The Fore-deck has a bow roller, mounted on a protection plate together with two stainless steel fairleads. The anchor chain passes over the self-stowing bow roller. A protection plate is fitted to the hull stem. The chain is lead to the S-L Sprint 1506 electric winch. A 30Kg Bruce anchor is fitted. Stainless steel deck scuppers clear the Cockpit and the three engine exhaust outlets have stainless steel flaps, allowing discharge without sea-water ingress. Heavy duty rubber 'D' fendering is fitted all round at gunwhale level, providing protection when going along-side either 'harbour walls' or 'attending craft'. Owner Comments '........with knowledge of the high quality level of the Lochin build, I was anxious to see the fit-out to be equal to that standard. Of particular selecton of the CATERPILLAR marine diesel engines and the Twin-Disc gearboxes. These, too, have performed well. Whether at sea with a small crew - or with the full family and 'awkward' seas, we have always had confidence afloat. With less time and the crew growing up, we are looking to find a 'new owner' and know the enjoyment of the quality build and fit-out will not be changed. Broker Comments Known to the Broker from the 'build-record'. A fine example of the combination of Lochin build-quality and owner's fit-out, providing exceptional comfort for offshore passage-making, enjoyment of an effortless day at sea for some fishing!....or just 'going-alongside'. Worth consideration if looking for a Lochin built craft, fitted out to a high standard for the first and subsequent owners.
Category:Motor Boats
Sales status:available
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1998
Length:12.2 m/40 ft
Width:3.35 m/11 ft
Draft:1.3 m/4 ft
Engine manufacturer:caterpillar 3126ta
No. of engines:2
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