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82' 1967 US Coast Guard Cutter Patrol Boat - Escort Anti Piracy Offshore Oil Rig - US$449,500
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|Beam||17 ft 7 in||Max Draft||5 ft 11 in|
|Engine Make||Caterpillar Diesel||Engine Model||3412|
|Engine Year||2001||Length Overall||83 ft|
|Number of Engines||2|
The 82’ patrol boat is the U.S. Coast Guard’s platform for extended offshore search and rescue, law enforcement, military readiness, and pollution response. The 82-foot Point Class Patrol boats were built in the 1960s and continue to prove themselves efficient and seaworthy vessels. The Point Class is named after coastal geographic Points in the United States and are all-purpose cutters.
Dry Dock Nov/Dec 2011. Bottom sand blasted, epoxy coated and bottom painted in addition to other maintenance
Note photos of vessel previous to her new paint job and refit.
Military photo shows another cutter underway at sea
Nigeria, West Africa offshore oil rig patrol boat
POINT LOBOS, 1967 WPB 82366 Builder: J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp., Tacoma, WA Commissioned: 29 May 1967 Decommissioned: active (as of 16 October 2000) Disposition: at Naval Air Station Pensacola Length: 82’10” oa, 78’ bp Navigation Draft: 5’11” max (1960) Beam: 17’7” max Displacement: 69 fl; 60 light (1960) Main Engines: 2 Cummins diesel (see class history) BHP: 1,600 Performance, Maximum Sustained: 18.0 kts, 542-mi radius (1,600 hp, 1963) Performance, Economic: 9.4 kts, 1,500-mi radius (1,600 hp, 1963) Maximum Speed: 22.9 kts (1963) Fuel Capacity: 1,840 gal Complement: 8 men (1960), 2 officers, 8 men (1965) Electronics: Radar: SPN-11, CR-103 (1960), or SPS-64 Armament: 1 x 20mm (1960), 5 x .50 cal mg, 1 x 81 mm mortar (Vietnam service)
34 Years of Command - CGC POINT LOBOS 82366
|Displacement: 60 mt|
|Total Power: 1600|
|WPB 82' Point Class The 82? patrol boat is the U.S. Coast Guard?s platform for extended offshore search and rescue, law enforcement, military readiness, and pollution response. The 82-foot Point Class Patrol boats were built in the 1960s and continue to prove themselves efficient and seaworthy vessels. The Point Class is named after coastal geographic Points in the United States and are all-purpose cutters. The 82-foot patrol boats have mild steel hulls and aluminum superstructures. Longitudinally framed construction was used to save weight.
Produced from 1960 to 1970, twenty-six 82? WPBs were transferred to South Vietnam in 1969 to 1970. Originally powered by Cummins V-12 diesels, all 82? WPBs now in USCG service were re-engined with Caterpillar V-12s in the late 1980s. Replacements by the new 87? Coastal Patrol Boats will continue through 2001. Operating with 10 crewmembers, these cutters' major missions are Law Enforcement, Search and Rescue and Defense Operations. Thirty-seven 82-footers have been re-engined to increase their service life to 30 years.
|Twin Cat 3412s with an estimated total of 1600 hp. General purpose information: These engines can be set up to produce from about 500hp to about 1400hp. Fuel burn rate can be calculated fairly close using a displacement hull prop curve, Full load on a 750hp diesel is about 40 gph. It drops off quickly as power level is reduced.|
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