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1993 Floating Restaurant / Deck Barge Freshwater Condition - 43000 sq.ft. on 3 Floors

$1,300,000 Mississippi River
Make Floating Restaurant / Deck Barge Freshwater Condition
Model - 43000 sq.ft. on 3 Floors
Year 1993
Condition Used
Price US$1,300,000
Type Power
Class Commercial Boat (Power)
Length 297 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Steel
Location Mississippi River
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

Convention Center, Casino, Hotel Use. Restaurant on 2 floors and kitchens on top floor. Very good condition. This is set up as a restaurant. It is not a hotel but could be used for that purpose. Large lounge bar areas. Conference rooms, 


Specifications
BARGE
Length: 297'
Breadth: 54'
Depth: 13'9" at centerline with 12" camber
7 Bulkheads: Transverse at 21' / 61' / 96' / 200' / 241' / 285
Longitundinal at: Centerline
Construction Date: 1969


SUPERSTRUCTURE
Three Story
Steel beam and steel stud construction. Dryvit exterior.
No bearing walls in structure. Configure as you wish.
Height from Waterline: 62'
Construction / Renovation: 1993 / 2006 - reported $9.0M spent at that time
Area: 43,500 s.f. (14,500 s.f. / deck)
Elevators: 3 (two for public use / 1 service)
Kitchen: Sufficiently sized to serve both buffet and high-end restaurant --located on First and Third Floors Grand Staircase

Roof can be removed to gain a top deck for out door activities, open air bar and more.

Structure is massively built, lots of steel, conversion of top deck is realistic

Also recommended that a stage be added in one of the lower decks for entertainment.

Estimated persons on board depending on local building codes. 

 

Deck 1: 250 persons for bar lounge area + 150 persons conference room
 
Deck 2: 350 persons lounge / bar + 120 persons conference room
 
Deck 3: 40 persons bar + 120 persons conference  + 45 persons dining + kitchen area
 
This facility served more than 1 million persons per year in the casino district. It was a significant tourist attraction in that area. 

Vessel can be towed to New Orleans and loaded aboard a Lift Ship for transportation to worldwide locations. Cost estimated at $3.0M to such destinations as Dubai or Thailand

Estimate $1.0M for transport to New York

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PRICE REDUCED FROM $2.2M TO $1.5M USD. PRICED TO SELL - Contact us today.

 

Convention Center, Casino, Hotel Use. Restaurant on 2 floors and kitchens on top floor. Very good condition. This is set up as a restaurant. It is not a hotel but could be used for that purpose.

Specifications
BARGE
Length: 297'
Breadth: 54'
Depth: 13'9" at centerline with 12" camber
7 Bulkheads: Transverse at 21' / 61' / 96' / 200' / 241' / 285
Longitundinal at: Centerline
Construction Date: 1969

This deck barge is in very good, freshwater life, good maintenance, estimated value $500,000. to $750,000. 


SUPERSTRUCTURE
Three Story
Steel beam and steel stud construction. Dryvit exterior.
No bearing walls in structure. Configure as you wish.
Height from Waterline: 62'
Construction / Renovation: 1993 / 2006
Area: 43,500 s.f. (14,500 s.f. / deck)
Elevators: 3 (two for public use / 1 service)
Kitchen: Sufficiently sized to serve both buffet and high-end restaurant --located on First and Third Floors
Grand Staircase
HVAC: Forced Air with Chillers and Electric Furnaces
Electrical: 480 Volts (Three Phase with Ground) // 1,000 Amps
Sewage: 2 Masticular Pumps

Elevators: 3 (two for public use / 1 service)

Kitchen: Sufficiently sized to serve both buffet and high-end restaurant --located on First and Third Floors

Grand Staircase

HVAC: Forced Air with Chillers and Electric Furnaces

Electrical: 480 Volts (Three Phase with Ground) // 1,000 Amps

Sewage: 2 Masticular Pumps

Equipment & Appurtenances

{Main Deck}

KITCHEN EQUIPMENT

Perlick 7' x 3'9 x 5'7" freezer

8' x 10' x 7'7" Kolpak walk-in freezer

(4) 2' x 6' x 7' four shelf metal storage racks

(4) 2' x 6' x 7' four shelf metal storage racks



BAR EQUIPMENT



8'6" x 3' x 3'9" glass block fluorescent backlit back bar providing bottle storage and refrigeration



24" wide stainless steel bottle rack

24" stainless steel bottle rack



{Second Deck}

BAR EQUIPMENT



Krowne Model stainless steel bottle rack



{Third Deck}

KITCHEN EQUIPMENT





NSI DDS 9800 digital dimming system controller

Dean Model SR152GPS



11' x 7' x 7' Kolpak walk-in refrigerator

5' x 6' x 7' Kolpak walk-in refrigerator

7' x 7' x 7' Kolpak freezer

Southern Engineering exhaust hoods with lights

A.O. Smith Model HW-200M water heater

ThermalXTrol expansion tank

A.O. Smith 200-gallon storage tank (inboard locker)



{Miscellaneous}

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT



MUZAK satellite dish

Trane Type CPL2992-9375-01 HVAC unit

Intelligent Fire & Protection alarm system

Seven Siemens ITE electric switchboard controllers

Seven-day, Intermac elecetric circuit timer

Video Surveillance Cameras

(3) spare, new Marathon electric motors 20, 25, and 30 horsepower

NSI DDS 9800 digital dimming system controller

(17) Lutron 120V "two circuit" lighting controllers

Seimens main breaker panel

(2) Dayton photohelic moisture gauges

(2) ABB ACH-500 controllers

Armtrol airchange valve and a Furnas Marathon pressurized, fire jet pump powered by a 15 horsepower electric motor

NSI DDS 9800 digital dimming system controller



HVAC

Trane Type CPL2992-9370-01 HVAC unit

Trane Type CPL2992-9371-01 HVAC unit

Trane Type CPL2992-9372-01 HVAC unit

Trane Type CPL2992-9373-01 HVAC unit

Understanding the Trane Systems
The air conditioning system is of industrial, rather than commercial quality, consisting
of six Trane T-series air-handling units feeding air to a series of Variable Air Volume
Control Boxes.
The air filters are of the purafil charcoal type that have odor removing capability. Heat is provided by multi-stage electric coils in the air-handling units. Cooling is provided by multi-stage electric coils in the air-handling units. Cooling is provided by two Trane 150 Ton Helirotor water chillers. Chill water is piped to the air-handling units located on the roof. River water is used piped to the air-handling units located on the roof. River water is used to cool the compressors rather than using high outside air temperatures. This delivers a lower operating temperature and pressure, which results in less energy per ton of cooling, and a substantially increased equipment life. These chillers are approximately ten years old and have been recently upgraded. Expected useful life extends for another 15-20 years.
The temperature and energy control system is a Trane Summit system based on direct digital control. This energy control system was upgraded in 2005 to incorporate the latest technology which runs on a Windows operating platform. This personal computer workstation allows you to change system set-points, view system alarms and event legs, answer alarms, trouble-shoot problems, make changes to time of day schedules and manage the facility's chiller plant. This Summit System also allows for complete control of the facility from one location, even a remote location.
The chill water air handling unit system is a substantial upgrade to contained rooftop units because this combination is more durable, energy efficient and easier to maintain.
Hull
The watertight compartments of the hull were recently restored by the installation of seven transverse bulkheads that are fitted with centerline, water tight "dagger type" doors that are equipped with alarms. Vents were upgraded with 6" gooseneck vents with bug screens and occasional power vents installed to provide ventilation for the area. The work was inspected by American Bureau of Shipping personnel. Murphy water sensors alarms were installed in each compartment at the centerline.
Lighting was provided by fluorescent fixtures installed through the length of the hull. The bow compartment houses the barges' pumps, while the midbody compartment serves as extra storage.
HULL EQUIPMENT

(2) Bell & Gossett chiller pumps powered by 15 horsepower electric motors
(2) Lakos 6" deepwell pumps with closed sea chest valves
6" gooseneck power vent
(2) Q-Mark electric heaters
Liberty Model 372 / LE 41 A sewage pump
7'6" x 20' x 8' septic slop tank
Scot Model 80 discharge pump driven by a 5 horsepower electric mower
(2) Long 25 horsepower Electro Hydraulic elevator power units and control panel


Alternative Uses
Restaurants
Showroom / Concert Venue
Night Clubs
Multi-Purpose Entertainment Complex
Gaming Support Facility
Casino
Office Building
Retail Center
Mixed Use Facility
Convention Center

Slide show available upon request.
Freshwater location, condition reported very good.
We provide shipping quotes worldwide

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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