Work Boats201212.2 m/40 ftNo. of engines 1
SERIOUSLY FOR SALE AND JUST REDUCED. This LOCHIN 40 follows the traditional approach to perfecting a proper seagoing craft. The LOCHIN name is legendarily recognised in many offshore commercial derivatives including police and pilot boats used worldwide. This vessel has the distinctive'reverse sheer' wheelhouse design making for a very practical approach to operating a vessel at sea. None of the strength and structural characteristics has been compromised and she is every bit a Lochin. The owner has completed the craft to an exceptionally high standard and no expense has been spared equipping her with the latest and best inventory package. You will not be disappointed if you want a vessel ready and able to undertake serious cruising without significant running costs, look no further! Last survey - May 2013. Many practical improvements in the last year including a stern door. VAT element can be discussed!
The following units are installed and understood to be in working order:
RAYMARINE C140W 14" widescreen colour radar/chart plotter/depth sounder with Cockpit camera and open array scanner.
ICOM IC-M505 VHF/DSC radio.
AIS unit (Automatic Identification System)
RAYMARINE ST6002 Autopilot
RAYMARINE ST60+ Tridata speed & depth sounder
ECHOMAX radar reflector
PLASTIMO Horizon 135 steering compass
Navigation lights to Code.
Remote controlled searchlight
12/24v DC electrical systems with 7 batteries in 4 banks. 12v console socket. 240v AC shore power supply to Victron Energy Pheonix battery charger and ring main. BETA Marine 6 KVA generator in sound resistant enclosure
Single CATERPILLAR C12 diesel engine rated at 705hp, with TWIN DISC reduction gearbox connected to a 2" stainless steel shaft and 5-bladed 26" x 26" propeller. Cruise speed: 17-18 knots @ 1900 rpm with fuel consumption of approx. 85 ltrs per hour and Max speed 26 knots.
Controls are: TWIN DISC EC300 electronic system with trolling valve option.
Hours run: Approx. 450hrs (as at 2019)
SIDE-POWER bow and stern thrusters. BENNETT trim tabs.
Set of engine & thruster controls in Cockpit for short-handed manoeuvring.
VETUS exhaust alarm.
TANKAGE: 2 x 170 gallons - total 340 glns (approx. 1550 ltrs). Balance pipe fitted. 2 x Vetus fuel filter water separators.
Engine compartment lights fitted.
Fresh Water: (in two tanks) 87 Glns(400 Ltr) Wastewater: (in single tank) 21 Glns (100 Ltrs) Gauge fitted and with dockside & underwater discharge options
- 4 x auto electric bilge pumps (3 with bilge alarms)
- STAT-X G1000E auto and remote-controlled fire alarm with extinguisher system in engine room
- 2 x manual fire extinguishers
- 1 x Fire Blanket
- 1 x manual bilge pump
From forward: FORECABIN with double berth (stowage under) and deck hatch to the foredeck for emergency escape, etc. Access into forward bulkhead to the chain locker. Aft to GUEST CABIN to port with 2 x single 'tiered' berths with ventilation hatch above. To starboard, the GALLEY with work-top, 2-ring electric hob, Panasonic microwave oven & grill, Waeco 'fridge and stainless steel sink with H/C pressurised water supply. Ventilation hatch above. Steps to: WHEELHOUSE with starboard hand console and KAB510 suspension helm seat with engine instrument panel and appropriately located navigational aids. Chart table to port with a further 2 x KAB510 suspension seats. Aft also port side is situated a U-shaped seating arrangement with a table which can convert to a double berth if required. Aft of the helm seat is a single passenger seat. HEADS COMPARTMENT positioned aft on the starboard side - this is generously sized with Jabsco sea-toilet, wash hand-basin (H&C) and shower. Access hatch to the forward engine room. The craft has ample stowage facilities throughout, including hanging lockers and under berth storage. Eberspacher cabin warm air heating system with outlets throughout the cabin environment. COCKPIT AREA: The deck is finished with a non-slip surface and has flush-fitted Hercules aluminium deck hatches, giving access to the aft end of engine and steering geometry, etc. Transom scuppers provide for the quick evacuation of deck water. Stainless steel guard rails ensure safety in this area. Stern door and new hatches added 2015.
Pulpit stainless deck rails
Wheelhouse hand holds
Cockpit security rails with transom ladder
Radar arch with mountings for radar and other antenna and navigation lights, etc..
Twin trumpet horns
Heavy-duty 5" D-section fendering is fitted all round at the gunwhale.
Telescopic beaching legs by The Yacht Leg Co., provide the ability to 'dry out' on suitable ground.
The following items are included:
1 x 21 Kgs Bruce anchor with 60m chain.
Lofrans Project 1000 electric anchor windlass ( with helm control). Fisherman's Kedge anchor with warp/towing line.
Polished s/s 'see-saw' type bow roller.
Polished stainless steel mooring cleats fitted at the shoulder (P & S) and at other appropriate locations for ease of mooring
3 x Pentograph wind-screen wipers (console controlled)
Ensign staff, boat hook and a number of warps & fenders included. Epoxy painted (6 coats) from new Survey available (May '13)
"I undertook to build an unbeatable all-weather craft to meet commercial standards in order that she could be MCA Coded for charter work, etc. if required to do so."
"The hull, ring deck and wheelhouse mouldings were manufactured by Lochin International Ltd to a structurally finished standard under naval architect supervision. All subsequent work was undertaken by a well known local Channel Islands yard - and the owner - to an exceptionally high standard. The outcome is a fine example of the LOCHIN 40 with potential for private cruising or to undertake commercial roles as her new owner will dictate. Note: VAT has not been paid."...Read full description