When it comes to classic boats, we have rarely seen one with as much historic documentation as CG 83572! So many inspired hands have ensured her restoration, maintenance, and participation at classic and military maritime events. Original features have been preserved while systems have been updated for easy & comfortable operation. Efficient twin Detroit Diesels provide an 11-12 knot cruise speed and include a starboard main installed in 2006; fuel tanks and fuel system replaced/overhauled. SEE HER HISTORIC PHOTOS posted here - there are many more on file. Calling all military and maritime history buffs - this is such a special offering and opportunity...!
See her photos and specification information online here at our homepage, then CALL for additional details and an appointment to go aboard. ***THIS VESSEL KEPT OFF SITE IN SECURED MOORAGE - PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VIEW***
Call Steve Hansen in the office or direct on his mobile at 206-396-7070
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Plank on frame construction with oak butt blocks, displacement hull, round bilge. HULL is Eastern cedar 1-5/16 thick; FRAME is white oak 2-14/" x 2" on 12" centers tied in by floor timbers, bilge clamps, and bilge stringers. FASTENINGS are bronze wood screws & bolts; DECKING is planked Douglas fir and cotton caulked, all covered with heavy coat of rubber and sealed (they are 1-3/8" thick).
BEAMS are fir; BULKHEADS are Douglas fir plywood, (3) originals, watertight, T & G. KEEL is Douglas fir; KEELSON is sawn Douglas fir; STEM is White oak; WORMSHOE is Ironbark. KEEL BOLTS are steel 3/4" diameter. ALSO NOTE: Shelf timber is yellow pine, 2-1/4" x 3-1/4"; clamp timber is yellow pine 2 x 6"; sheer plank is 1-3/8" Douglas fir.
12vDC system with original DC breaker bar system; stranded marine wiring; numerous 12v storage batteries; 4-cylinder Waukesha 10kW genset has reportedly been running in the past; 30-amp shore power service. ALSO NOTE: Honda Echo 1000 portable gasoline genset.
GROUND TACKLE includes USN Danforth 150-lb and 220-lb main anchors with approximately 200' of 1/2" diameter chain; 25-lb Danforth secondary anchor; original anchor winch with (2) capstans and (2) chain gypsy.
LIFELINES are brass stanchions and bases with 1/2 7x19 cable; TENDER is a 10' Duroboat aluminum skiff with storage chocks and all-steel davit for launch / retrieval.
MAINS are twin 6-cylinder Detroit Diesel 6-71's rated at 190-hp each, offering 11-12 knot cruise speeds; the starboard main reportedly installed in 2006. Main engine cooling is self contained with heat exchangers; wet exhaust; Twin Disc reduction gear; original TELEGRAPH to the engine compartment. SHAFTS are 2-3/4" monel and stainless steel; cutlass type stern bearings; PROPELLERS reported new in 2008; twin bronze RUDDERS.
1500 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109