1983 Desco Long Range Trawler
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Sunset V is a unique long range trawler that that has been customized by her owners to accommodate a great live aboard scenario. The vessel is powered by a CAT 3406 , In line generator, and back up generator that was replaced last year. The vessel features a large master cabin, tons of storage, heated tile head floors, tenders, toys, and a huge inventory of spare parts.
ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY TO FOLLOW.
- Long Range Trawler
- FtLauderdale, FL, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Sunset V
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Dimensions & Weight
- 76 ft - 23.16 meter
- 76 ft 10 in - 23.42 meter
- 19 ft 6 in - 5.94 meter
- Draft - max:
- 9 ft - 2.74 meter
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- Cruise Speed:
- 10 MPH
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- Drive Type:
- Direct Drive
- Fuel Type:
- 325 (Individual), 325 (combined)
- Max Speed:
- 12 MPH
- Fuel Tank:
- 5130 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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- Holding Tank:
- 500 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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The SUNSET V is a trawler built in 1983. She has a raked bow, open fore deck, slightly raised forecastle and a center deck house, set amidships leading aft. The original transom has been lengthened by six feet and the original three feet bolted on aft swim platform has been incorporated in the design of the new stern.
The boat is a round bilge design with full length deep draft keel and a rudder held on a fixed skeg. It is powered with a single Caterpillar 3406 D1 engine rebuilt in 2005 at 7441 documented hrs.. Now the engine has 2800 hours since rebuilt.
The hull is stiffened with webs, floors, bulkhead and joinery flanges which have all been removed and replaced during the last refit.
The hull is made of solid fiberglass from the bottom up to one foot above waterline. The balsa cored hull above the waterline has been removed and replaced with 1-1/2" thick Corecell® closed cell foam covered on the outside with an average 28 layers of hand laid vacuum bagged fiberglass material saturated with epoxy resin.
The superstructure is made of molded fiberglass fitted with watertight doors. Access to the engine room is via a watertight door on main deck or a freeman watertight hatch on aft deck.
Below main deck, the vessel is divided in five watertight compartments being the forward void and chain locker, living area, engine room, steering compartment and lazarette. All of them are serviced by adequate bilge pumps.
The pilothouse is accessed either by two watertight doors, port and starboard, or by internal access via the main salon. It is finished with oiled Brunsyel teak and the floor is carpeted. Visibility is 360 degrees. An enclosed head with sink is set on the aft starboard side of the pilothouse.
An observer's seat set immediately in front of a pilot berth which lays athwartship. There is also a Pompanette leather pilot chair.
Five full size chart drawers could house an extensive collection of paper charts. A full size chart table is also present in the pilothouse. In addition to all the navigational instruments, the pilot house is equipped with smoke and fire alarm from the engine room.
A flybridge is built on top of the pilothouse with compass, pilot chair, bench seating, bow and stern thruster controls and a complete steering station with full instrumentation for the engine.
The hull bottom was covered with epoxy barrier coat, faired, primed then covered with three coats of bottom paint.
Particular attention has been given to sealing the areas where the bottom of the keel rested on keel blocks which were moved and replaced.
Bronze through-hull fittings and their seacocks have been replaced by new ones and have been properly grounded. Every fitting is provided with wooden cone blocks attached to it.
The vessel features keel coolers for the main engine and the 30 kW generator.
Stainless steel fittings have been fabricated and installed to protect the shaft and the leading edge of the Naïads stabilizers fins from lines and floating objects.
All decks have been rebuilt, faired and painted with Awlgrip non-skid paint. The hull has been faired and painted with Awlgrip 2000 navy blue paint.
All stainless steel added to the vessel is grade 316 and is highly-polished. Care has been taken for the finish of the boat.
FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
Six 12" and eight 15" stainless steel cleats are through-bolted at critical points on the boat deck. Additional three pop-up 6" cleats are installed aft for the dinghy. Seven custom made stainless steel chocks have been installed.
Steering gear: Hydraulic / Wagner T11 no. 9998
Ground tackle: 250 pounds Bruce anchor in bow pulpit, 150 pounds Danforth anchor in hawspipe at bow with 65 pounds Fortress, 115 pounds Danforth and 25 pounds Danforth stand-by. The bow anchors are fitted with 400 feet of 5/8" chain each and there are two 300 feet of nylon ropes with chain aboard.
Anchor Windlass: Three 9000 pounds units hydraulic windlass set on foredeck with remote control from pilothouse.
Winches: Single drum located on stern.
Mast: The vessel features an aluminum mast. A boom is used to handle the Novurania dinghy. The two hydraulic motors used to move the dinghy have been rebuilt and the 3/8" stainless steel wire has been replaced. A 2" stainless steel tube has been added in the main salon to further support the mast from the main steel beam grid. All antennas and their supports have been replaced in the past several years.
Small boats: Novurania 16' (April 2011) with 90 HP Yamaha outboard
10' Zodiac with 2009 2 HP* Yamaha outboard
Trinka 10' Sailing & Rowing dinghy
Magellan GPSTrimble NT200D DGPS Simrad Shipmate GN30 GPS
ICOM IC M127 VHF ICOM IC M80 VHF ICOM IC M710 SSB
Furuno 48 miles Furuno 24 miles
Datamarine Digital Datamarine at Flying bridge Furuno F150
Trident loudhailer, Dytek water temperature indicator, Furuno wind indicator, Vetus digital weather station, KVH Satellite phone, Laptop with navigation software, Fax machine, Printer, Rayline searchlight, Panasonic sound system. A wireless internet system has been installed aboard with 2 Wifi high performance antennas. NOBELTEC Odyssey c/w computer, TOSHIBA R930, Furuno wind, Sperry 8TAutoNav A1500 Autopilot with 2 separate hydraulic systems, 3" Ritchie compass at fly bridge, 10" Sperry mag. compass, Fluxgate compass for autopilots
Anti-theft system: New in 2009
Horn: Twin Trumpets Electric
GALLEY & ACCOMODATIONS
Galley Equipment: Refrigerators, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Microwave, Electric Oven, electric stove, new upper deck freezer (2014), Double sink with waste-disposal unit and trash compactor. The kitchen countertop is made of Corian® material and was been replaced during the previous current refit. All other furniture are hand-made and finished with granite tops.
Dining room is equipped with a solid wood table and chairs. A computer cabinet is also installed.
Accommodations: The sleeping quarters consist of a master stateroom mid-ship with a king size berth with new mattress and equipped with adjacent head and shower. Forward port side is a head with shower which services starboard side twin bed guest cabin.
A large double bed cabin is forward with a third head and shower. This cabin can be used for guests and is large enough to be used as crew quarters. It is equipped with a 19" color TV with DVD player and recorder.
Forward cabin fitted with 22 in. flat screen TV and Direct TV receptor and newer mattress.
The salon is equipped with a BOSE 600 CD player, a 37" color TV and a tape & CD recorder. The space is finished in marlite® paneling with wood trim and new carpet on the deck.
There are carpets are installed in all cabins and passageways. All three heads have been fitted with heated tile flooring. The accommodations have been painted and varnished.
A Dryzone dehumidifier system has been installed. All interior varnishes have been maintained.
Caterpillar 3406 - 325 HP Six (6cylinder diesel) with 2800hrs SMOH#91U02453Dual lever mechanical shifters/throttles (Morse 2 stations) (Spare)Dual lever Hynautic hydraulic shifters/throttles (2 stations)(Main) S62 x Prop: 62x58 - 5 blade
Shaft: 4" dia. Stainless Steel - Replaced in 2005
The complete head with valves and injectors, sensors, gauges and thermostats on the main engine has been replaced by Caterpillar mechanics and a complete overhaul was completed in 2009. Time on the main engine at rebuild was 7442 hours.
Hynautic two-station hydraulic engine control system replaces the electronic system. The original two-station Morse mechanical system is kept as a spare.
The generator is fitted with a PTO driving a chain and sprocket mechanism to act as an emergency drive. This 30 kW Northern Lights generator has been overhauled in 2009 and has hrs (2014). The vessel is also equipped with an hydraulic driven 4-blades bow thruster and a hydraulic driven stern thruster made by Wesmar.
3 Algae-X systems were installed in 2009.
All cabins are air conditioned and heated by a Cruise Air Cuddy unit c/w four compressor units in the engine room.
The vessel is stabilized by a Naïad hydraulic system with 12 ft fins.
There is an electric water heater for domestic service and an 800 gal/day Watermaker®. Pressurized fresh water is provided by a main 110V pump and a secondary 32V spare system.
All sanitary tubing was replaced from all 4 VacuFlush® heads connected to the Microphor waste treatment system in 2014.
The vessel has a security and fire alarm system as well as an alarm systems monitoring engine temperature and oil pressure, pyrometer, transmission oil pressure, and temperature.
Generators: Two located in the engine compartment. One is a Northern Lights 30 kW unit with 10600 hrs. The second is a new 17 kW Onan generator with 1350 hrs (2016). The 30 kW unit is keel cooled with dry vertical exhaust and the 17kW is wet exhaust. A 4kW 32/110 inverter is located in the engine room.
Vessel power is 32 volts and 12 volts DC and 110/220 volts AC 32 V DC & 110 V AC
One Surette 32V (16 x 2V cells) 1200 amp/hour deep cycle battery provides DC power. It is connected to a 4kW Trace inverter which provides 110 V to power all refrigeration, lighting, music and TV for 18 hours without running the generators.
One 8D 12V battery provides power to start-up generators and another one is used as a spare.
The Sunset V is fully equipped for living aboard. It is equipped with sound systems, color TVs with antennas, Dickinson Spitfire BBQ on the main deck and a full size stainless steel BBQ on the boat deck, swim platform , two kayaks, internal phone system, and much more including a huge spare parts inventory..
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.