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Wells Gray
Stock # PF5093
57'4" x 17'1"

$400,000(CAD)
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"Wells Gray" is an all season capable vessel.

She is of extremely heavy duty fiberglass construction. Her ABS classed construction and many redundant systems offer a level of safety rarely found in vessels of this size. Her construction was inspected to Class A1 Fisheries patrol vessel and complies with Canadian Coast guard regulations for Canadian Home Trade II Service.

She is well suited for pleasure or commercial use. The Wells Gray has been maintained in Bristol condition and shows high housekeeping standards.

Replacement cost 3 million.
Check out this Harbour & Shipping article for more: Harbour @ Shipping

Specs

          Overview
  • Location: South Vancouver Island, BC
  • Manufacturer: Shore Boat Builders Ltd., Richmond, BC
  • Designer: Peter S. Hatfield Ltd., Vancouver, BC
  • Year: 1984
  • Intended use: Ex Fisheries Patrol / Cruising
  • Length: 57' 4"
  • Beam: 17' 1"
  • Draft: 6' 11"
  • Gross tonnage: 49.88 tons
  • Cruise speed: 10 knots at 1000rpm (10 gallons per hour)
  • Maximum speed: 11 knots
  • Haul out 2016 (April) / Zincs 2017 (June)
  • Survey: 2012
          Hull / Construction
  • Hull: FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) with Airex core Monohull, semi-displacement
  • Topsides: Airex cored FRP with a chine and rubrail at shear
  • Deck: Balsa cored FRP with nonskid
  • Deckhouses: Balsa cored FRP trunk cabin; welded aluminum wheelhouse - wheelhouse, trunk cabin, deck structures professionally repainted 2012
  • Bulkheads: Five watertight bulkheads: three to waterline plus one each fore & aft watertight to the main deck, all laminate covered balsa cored FRP
          Interior / Accommodations
  • Cabins / Berths: Three, sleeps 5
  • Refrigeration: Danby 90 120 VAC - in galley; Igloo (freezer) 120 VAC upright freezer in companionway amidships
  • Stove: Norvelle stainless steel cook-top/oven 220 VAC
  • Microwave: Kenmore 120 VAC
  • Household appliances: Washing machine and dryer
  • Heating: Baseboard heaters 220 VAC in all cabins and galley dinette
  • Heads: Vacuflush electric x1 (forward manual)
  • Showers: Stall x1
  • Dehumidifier: New-2016
          Electrionics / Navigation
  • VHF: ICOM IC-M127 x 2
  • VHF direction finder: Simrad Taiyo TD-1520
  • GPS: Koden KGP-913D; Furuno Navigator GP-70
  • Weather Wizard: Davis (disconnected)
  • Radar: Furuno x2 FRI510P (72 mile 10kw-5396/507 hours)
  • Autopilot: Wagner rudder angle indicator; ComNav Marine 2001
  • Remote: Umbilical pilot system
  • Depth finder: Furuno FCV-1000; JRC JFF 101; Westmar
  • Plotter: Nobeltec software, IBM computer
  • Sonar: Westmar series E
  • Interface: Yes
  • Compass: Sperry Marine SR50 gyro; Saura
  • Communications receiver: Kenwood R -2000
  • Barometer and clock
          Deck Equipment / Hardware
  • Navigation lights: 12 VDC dual independent set; port/starboard atop wheelhouse, stern - on aft mast, anchor and steaming - on main mast
  • Horn: Dual automatic/manual controlled air horns
  • Spot lights: Dual 15" extreme intensity
  • Anchor: Navy 300 lb; Danforth 85S (with modified stack to fit chain locker hatch)
  • Chain and rode: 10 meters 7/8" manganese steel (studded / non-magnetic) and 15 meters 1/2" galvanized steel chain; 75 meters 3/4" 6X7 galvanized cable (with johnson bar)
  • Windlass: Swann #4 hydraulic
  • Mast: Aluminum signal mast
  • Crane: Tico marine hydraulic deck crane
  • Dinghy: Booth FRP 9' 6"; Zodiac 13' 6" RIB with Yamaha 15hp outboard
  • M.O.B. Life Raft: 6 person, serial number KS-01 (re-inspection date January 2018)
          Mechanical Systems
  • Main engine: Caterpillar 3412
  • Horsepower: 354, 475 peak
  • Hours: 4000 since rebuild
  • Marine gear: Twin disc
  • Ratio: 2.02
  • Engine controls: Kobelt system (with trolling valve - 4.5 knots)
  • Cooling: Heat exchanger
  • Exhaust system: Dry wrapped steel to dry stack
  • Steering system: Wagner dual hydraulic rams / with emergency steering
  • Bow thruster: Westec hydraulic 18" controls at helm at port and starboard doors
  • Bilge Pumps: Rule, 24 VDC, rotary Jabsco, main engine PTO driven, hydraulic driven
  • Propeller: Single 4-blade 48" RH 33" (one spare)
  • Shaft: 3.5" stainless steel
  • Rudder/ Rudder post: Steel plate / stainless steel rudder post
  • Generators: (2) Northern Lights (Lugger engines /model 854) 18 kilowatt (split bus)
  • Hours: 22,000 / 18,500
  • Tank monitor: Tank Tender system
  • Fuel / Diesel: 5,448 liters in four FRP tanks - polished 2014 (forward tanks not used)
  • Filters: Racor - with vacuum gauges
  • Fresh water: 1,021 liters in FRP integral tanks
  • Water heater: GSW 220 volts AC, 3000 watts
  • Waste / Sewage: One tank 110 liters, black polyethylene
  • Day tank: 30 gallons
  • Waste oil: 35 gallons
          Fire Extinguishers
  • (Water fire hoses on fore and aft decks) Engine room CO2 system with manual, automatic, and electric activation (bottles cleaned & tested 2010 - all fire equipment recertified January 2017), smoke and heat sensors throughout vessel.
  • 3.5 lb. ABC Galley
  • 10 lb. CO2 Engine Room
  • 3.5 lb. ABC Engine Room
  • 3.5 lb. ABC Forward Companionway
  • Two, 5 lb. CO2 Wheelhouse
  • Two, 200 lb. CO2 Engine Room
          Electrical System
  • A/C: 120 volt, 50 amp and 220 volt, 100 amp
  • GFCI protected outlets
  • Shore power: 50 amp 220 (genset 100 amp)
  • D/C: 12 volt 7 24 volt
  • Battery charger: Philtek 24/1000
  • Inverter / Converter: Phoenix 24/3000, 3000 watts (new 2011)
  • Battery isolator
  • Batteries / Location: Bank #1: 8DX2 - engine start, ER starboard aft; Bank #2: Group 24X2 - gen start (new 2017), ER starboard aft; Bank #3: 6 volt X 4 -house, wheelhouse port locker.
  • Wiring: Marine grade stranded copper (sheathed)

  • The Wells Gray is extremely well equipped with a myriad of high quality electronics and navigation equipment. Control of the vessel can be achieved from three locations in the wheelhouse. At the center wheel and at each side door.
  • Throttle, steering and bow thruster control are possible at all three stations, making tight quarters maneuvering and backing a breeze. Excellent visibility afforded aft through the large wheelhouse windows.
          Navigation / Anchoring / Working light system
  • All navigation, anchor, towing, not under command, restricted in ability to maneuver, and masthead lights are dual.
  • A master control panel located in the wheelhouse alerts when a bulb is burned out, allowing the operator to switch to the alternate bulb and replace the faulty one at a later time.

Listing Broker

Hessel Oerlemans

Phone: 250-588-2029

Email: hessel@pacificboatbrokers.com


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