Certificate of Inspection expires October 2019 USCG
Furnished quarters with sleeping facilities for 15 persons located in the top deck houses, consisting of four officer cabins with single bunks and a full head with shower on the #1 end and four crew cabins with double bunks and a full head with shower on the #2 end.
Passenger deck with bench seating for 2000 passengers, a galley and a mess area.
The Ferry is with an ADA compliant 11 person 1800 lb capacity passenger elevator from the car deck to the passenger cabin.
Elevator located on the #1 end.
Oil Discharge Prohibited Placard (CFR 155.450): Mounted Wheel house, EOS and Bilge manifold
Garbage Discharge Placard (CFR 151.59): Mounted in galley
Waste Management Plan (CFR 151.57): In galley
|Vessel condition:||Always Maintained|
|Vessel type:||RoPax Ferry|
|Builder:||National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. in San Diego,|
|Fit Out:||Continuous Upkeep and Maintenance until taken out of service in 2018|
|No. of engines:||4|
|Length over all:||382'|
LIFE SAVING GEAR:
2350 USCG approved Type II Adult Personal Flotation Devices stored through out the vessel.
150 USCG approved Type II Childs Personal Flotation Devices stored throughout the vessel.
4 USCG approved Type IV Throwable Devices (Life Rings) strategically mounted throughout.
Full smoke and thermal detection system installed and operational, control and monitoring panels in
both wheel houses and E.O.S.
PORTABLE FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS:
Removed after decommission.
FIXED FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS:
Manifolds to supply to 15 fire fighting stations and vehicle deck sprinkler system..
Each station equipped with a 50’ 1.5” diameter hose and Nozzle.
Car deck is equipped with a Water Spray (sprinkler) system supplied by the raw water fire pumps.
One, 34 bottle CO2 system with automatic/manual discharge to the engine rooms housed on the machinery deck.
Last inspection Oct. 2018.
Four, EMD Model: 645, 16-cylinder air starting, fresh water cooled, 2000 hp at 900 RPM, diesel engines showing 39,839 hours since last rebuild on engine #1; 39,800 hours since last rebuild on engine #2; 39,886 hours since last rebuild on #3; 39,921 hours since last rebuild on #4.
Four, Westinghouse 450 VDC 152.5 KW 3390 amp DC generators .
Two, Westinghouse 7000 hp at 180 RPM, 6150 amp DC electric motor with constant tension brushes.
Two, Waukesha Thrust Bearings.
SHIP’S SERVICE GENERATORS:
Two, Caterpillar, 310 KW, 480 volt, 3 phase AC generators powered by Caterpillar 3412 12 cylinder diesel powered, fresh water cooled with heat exchanger engines One, Stamford AC Generators, 250 KW, 480 volt, 3 phase generator powered by a Detroit 6V92, 6 cylinder diesel powered, fresh water cooled with radiator engine located on the car deck.
One, 208kw 480VAC Detroit series 50 powered generator for ships vitals while underway.
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