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1915 Historic Wooden Passenger Vessel 105 PAX

$31,500 other, New York
Make Historic Wooden Passenger Vessel
Model 105 PAX
Year 1915
Condition Used
Price US$31,500
Fractional Shares 1
Type Power
Class Commercial Boat (Power)
Length 60 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Wood
Location other, New York
LOA 60 ft
Engine Make Detroit Diesel
Engine Model 6-71
Fuel Type Diesel
Builder Historic Wooden Passenger Vessel
Fuel Tanks 1 x 200 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

Vessel: M/V Manhattan Passenger Capacity: 105 + crew

Official Number: D213341 Main Deck Meal Seating: 64

Gross Tons: 13 Top Deck Capacity: 40

Net Tons: 9

Length: 59.9 Ft.

Beam: 17.9 Ft.

Draft: 4.5 Ft.

Builder: Morehead Ship Builders

Place Built: Morehead City, NC

Year Built: 1915

Year of conversion to dining vessel: 1988

Last Dry-dock: 2005



PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 1


Machinery & Electrical

1) Main Engine: Detroit Diesel 671, approximately 150 HP - rebuilt 1999

2) Generator: One 9 KW NorPro, Model MG 900p, diesel prime mover

3) Drive System: Direct drive through Gray Marine Reduction gear

4) Exhaust System: Dry vertical exhaust system

5) Engine Cooling: Closed system, raw water cooled heat exchanger

6) Fuel: Diesel, one tank approximately 200 gallons under navigation bridge deck, metallic fuel lines and fill line

7) Steering: Cable, pulleys and bar manual system

8) Batteries: One 12VDC 8D starting battery and one size 27 12VDC battery for generator starting

9) Shore power: 110 Volts AC into vessel

10) Circuit Protection: Circuit breakers on all circuits

11) Engine Room Insulation: Insulation on all walls and bulkheads

PLEASE SEE PICTURES 2 & 3


Navigation & Electronics Equipment

Magnetic Compass: Aqua Meter

Radio: VHF: President LTD 915

Loudhailer / PA system: Installed and covers both decks of the vessel

Epirb: Class C Model ACR/SM2

Navlights: Properly positioned and in compliance with USCG regulations

Engine Controls: Bridge controls, mechanical

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 4



Main Deck �
1) The main deck can accommodate up to 64 passengers

1) Wall to wall carpeting. New 2007

2) Galley: No galley facilities on board. Serving / Prep area on the main deck aft of engine room is equipped with a deep sink, shelving, prep counter and back wall shelving

3) Head: Marine type facilities with holding tanks, separate facilities for men and women on main deck. Both bathrooms contain sinks and access areas into the stern area of the boat. Marine toilets new 2006

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 5 & 6


Top Deck
1) Bar Area
Two door true cooler
Two side liquor storage cabinets
Cambro bar with storage shelves, ice bin and speed racks
Two other speed racks into the side walls

2) New canopy canvas and side curtain canvas in 2006

3) New flooring in 2007

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 7 & 8

Hull:

Hull Material: Wood, long leaf yellow pine, replacement planking is mahogany

Type of Construction: Two (2) inch planking over steam bent three (3) inch by three inch (3) white oak ribs. Replacement ribs are laminated

Superstructure: Wood

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 9

Safety Equipment:
All fire fighting and lifesaving equipment is in compliance with United States Coast Guard requirements for inspected, Sub Chapter T, passenger vessels.

The history of the M/V Manhattan is very unique. She was originally built to ferry immigrants from Ellis Island to Manhattan.

MOTIVATED SELLER 
31,500 USD

Scruton Marine Services - File No. PV2155

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Dimensions

Length Overall: 59.9'
Beam: 17.9'
Max Draft: 4.5'

Engines

Total Power: 150 hp

Additional

Vessel: M/V Manhattan Passenger Capacity: 105 + crew

Official Number: D213341 Main Deck Meal Seating: 64

Gross Tons: 13 Top Deck Capacity: 40

Net Tons: 9

Length: 59.9 Ft.

Beam: 17.9 Ft.

Draft: 4.5 Ft.

Builder: Morehead Ship Builders

Place Built: Morehead City, NC

Year Built: 1915

Year of conversion to dining vessel: 1988

Last Dry-dock: 2005



PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 1


Machinery & Electrical

1) Main Engine: Detroit Diesel 671, approximately 150 HP - rebuilt 1999

2) Generator: One 9 KW NorPro, Model MG 900p, diesel prime mover

3) Drive System: Direct drive through Gray Marine Reduction gear

4) Exhaust System: Dry vertical exhaust system

5) Engine Cooling: Closed system, raw water cooled heat exchanger

6) Fuel: Diesel, one tank approximately 200 gallons under navigation bridge deck, metallic fuel lines and fill line

7) Steering: Cable, pulleys and bar manual system

8) Batteries: One 12VDC 8D starting battery and one size 27 12VDC battery for generator starting

9) Shore power: 110 Volts AC into vessel

10) Circuit Protection: Circuit breakers on all circuits

11) Engine Room Insulation: Insulation on all walls and bulkheads

PLEASE SEE PICTURES 2 & 3


Navigation & Electronics Equipment

Magnetic Compass: Aqua Meter

Radio: VHF: President LTD 915

Loudhailer / PA system: Installed and covers both decks of the vessel

Epirb: Class C Model ACR/SM2

Navlights: Properly positioned and in compliance with USCG regulations

Engine Controls: Bridge controls, mechanical

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 4



Main Deck �
1) The main deck can accommodate up to 64 passengers

1) Wall to wall carpeting. New 2007

2) Galley: No galley facilities on board. Serving / Prep area on the main deck aft of engine room is equipped with a deep sink, shelving, prep counter and back wall shelving

3) Head: Marine type facilities with holding tanks, separate facilities for men and women on main deck. Both bathrooms contain sinks and access areas into the stern area of the boat. Marine toilets new 2006

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 5 & 6


Top Deck
1) Bar Area
Two door true cooler
Two side liquor storage cabinets
Cambro bar with storage shelves, ice bin and speed racks
Two other speed racks into the side walls

2) New canopy canvas and side curtain canvas in 2006

3) New flooring in 2007

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 7 & 8

Hull:

Hull Material: Wood, long leaf yellow pine, replacement planking is mahogany

Type of Construction: Two (2) inch planking over steam bent three (3) inch by three inch (3) white oak ribs. Replacement ribs are laminated

Superstructure: Wood

PLEASE SEE PICTURE # 9

Safety Equipment:
All fire fighting and lifesaving equipment is in compliance with United States Coast Guard requirements for inspected, Sub Chapter T, passenger vessels.

The history of the M/V Manhattan is very unique. She was originally built to ferry immigrants from Ellis Island to Manhattan.

Price: $147,000 USD

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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