Sweedish Steel cruiser
Sweedish Steel cruiser for sale | 18.44m (60'6") | 1905 | 1x diesel 300hp | Steel Construction | Full-displacement underwater profile | 6 berths | Boat REF# 61630
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|Fuel capacity||6,600.0 ltr (1,452.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||1,000.0 ltr (220.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 300hp|
|Engine make and model||Scania DSC11 (1982)|
|Engine Hours||Not Recorded|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||13.0 ltr (2.9 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||9 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||11 knots|
Single Scania DSC11 300hp turbo diesel main engine (new in 1982) coupled with a 4:1 reduction gearbox delivers approx 11 knots at max revs of ca 1800 and 9 knots cruising. Fuel consumption is ca 13 litres per hr at cruising revs. Fuel capacity is 7 tons in 2 steel tanks. There is also a Volvo MD11 auxiliary engine used for the hydraulics, salvage pump & fire pump. Hydraulic Bow Thruster. The very large walk-in engine room area includes a large workbench and work area.
12 volt, 4 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
Construction10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
Built originally in Jularbo in north Sweden and launched in 1905 St David worked as an icebreaking tug in the hostile waters of the artic.
She underwent a major refit in the early 1960’s during which her steam engine was replaced by a diesel. She remained in service until the 1980’s when she was purchased by an elderly gentleman for conversion to live onboard.
During his extensive refit work in which the new superstructure and funnel were added and the entire hull re- plated the large diesel was again replaced with a more economical Scania. His work was of such a high standard that the insurers classed her as new build in 1992.
It was in 1999 that she was brought back to the UK where an extensive refit costing £80,000 was conducted. The entire interior was stripped bare and all systems reinstalled from scratch. The hull was shot blasted and then painted to commercial specifications.
The current owner bought her in the summer of 2006 and has undertaken extensive renovation work, both mechanical and structural
|Total # of berths||6|
|No. of double berths||1|
|No. of single berths||4|
|Heads||2 heads (Electric)|
|Pressurised water system|
6 berths in 3 cabins plus occasional berths in the saloon ; The master cabin has built in key and combination safe, also amplified TV aerial and telephone extension line. Pressurised hot and cold water throughout heated via immersion or central heating boiler ; 1.5 tons water storage in 2 steel tanks ; Bridge heads with electric flush head, shower and sink. Main heads with full size electric flush heads, sink and large shower area. Galley sink ; Radiators in each compartment from diesel fired boiler ; Large and separate galley via door to saloon. Containing full size fridge freezer. Full size 4 burner gas cooker with separate grill and separate oven. Storage areas and all utensils, cutlery and crockery provided.
There is a large seperate saloon with seating for 12 dining guests. Large TV, video and music centre built in and much locker space. In the saloon is an additional fridge and a freezer.
2 burner gas cooker
Furono 12KW mono radar ; Simrad CE30 mono GPS/plotter/log ; Raytheon STE 8001 autopilot (commercial model) ; Koden CVS102 Colour sounder ; 3 x fixed VHF radios - 1 x Skanti DSC VHF, 1 x Sailor 2047 VHF, 1 x Icom M710 HF/MF DSC - plus 2 hand held Icom VHF radios ; Morse compass plus emergency compass - plus fluxgate via autopilot ; Target Pro Navtex ; Raytheon 430
windlass (with remote control)
60.00m (196'10") of chain
Hydraulic Anchor windlass ; Danforth 1/2 tonne anchor plus Admiralty Kedge & 60m chain/warp ; ; Gangway ; Boarding/bathing ladder ;
Awning and awning stancions to cover aft deck ; 6 industrial fenders ; Numerous lengths warp ; Tow rope ; Emergency propellor powered via auxiliary hydraulics can be rigged via tiller arm to rudder to give power for low speed in an emergency to get you home. In addition to bridge steering, there are stations on the fly bridge and aft deck.
Safety Equipment10% Discount on courses
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 Electric)
Ship divided into 5 watertight subsections each separately pumped via auxiliary engine at 50 tonnes per hour. Manual FM200 drench system in engine room with remote control panel external and visual and audible alarm upon opening of operation cabinet. Built In ships fire main. Zodiac Solas B 16 Man serviced 2004 ; 16 crew saver automatic plus 2 childrens plus 10 DOT ; 4 lifebuoys 2 with floating strobes - 10 throwlines - one rocket line launcher ; 10 fire extinguishers located depending upon risk in compartment including foam, CO2 and Hydrospray ; Petrol driven 60 tonne per hour portable salvage pump plus 2 Roving electric bilge pumps - plus manual bilge pump in engine room ; Full set of flares but time expired ; Full navigation lights plus RAM and towing lights with auto watchkeeping panel ; EPIRB ; Air horn ; Remote controlled search light ;full medical/first aid kit.
Internal and External
Communications System for loudhailer, internal speakers, CO's cabin/bridge communication and automatic fog signals. The ship is fitted to receive landline telephone lines.