1997 Research / Recreational Vessel 78 ft


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Pacific Eagle' Research / Recreational Vessel, built in 1997 by Peregrine Marine in Anchorage, Alaska. Aluminum catamaran type hull. Registered length: 73.4' Overall length: 78.6' Breadth: 34.7' Depth: 9.5' Gross Tons: 77 Net Tons: 28 Accommodations: 14, including captain Main Engines: 4 ea. Lugger 6-cylinder inline marine diesel engines, 608HP ea. @ 2100 RPM Fuel consumption: 15 GPH @ 1600 RPM Fuel capacity: 3,644 gallons (2 tanks, 1,822 gallons ea.) Generators: 2 ea. Northern Lights Marine, 30kW, 3-phase 240V AC, 125 AMP, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Hydraulic Pumps: 2 ea. Vickers Model 35V Hydraulic capacity: 100 gallons Water maker: Village Marine Tec, model SPW-200 Squirt reverse osmosis, 200 GPM Water Heaters: 2 ea. Vanguard 240V AC, 40 gallon Washer/Dryer: Kenmore stacking washer/dryer Range: Kenmore electric range/oven with Nutone exhaust hood/fan/light Hull was painted in 2010 with 2 coats primer and anti-foul top coat. Above hull was painted in 2012 with two-part epoxy. Vessel is available for inspection. Please call or email for price and additional information.

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