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in association with Goodchild Marine

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HALMATIC 44 PILOT - MCA Cat. 2 £75,000 incl VAT

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Overview:

The HALMATIC 44 is one of those iconic designs established from a long line of purpose built commercially operated vessels from this well known stable. They operate around the world for many applications but the Pilot version tipifies the success of the mark and their accomplishments in the field of pilot transfer are legendary. 'PATHFINDER' is one of two H44's operated initially by Trinity House and subsequently ESL (Port of London Auth.) serving the southern North Sea area. There is good history of refit work available during service and subsequently as she transferred to private ownership. Her sistership 'Polorus' is the main pilot vessel at Newhaven Harbour. MCA Coded to Cat. 2 (60 MSH).

Principle Information:

Make:

HALMATIC 

 

Vessel Reference:

LOCH 1315 

Model:

44 PILOT - MCA Cat. 2 

 

Number of Engines:

LOA:

13.40 Metres (44' 0")

 

HP (each):

350 

LWL:

11.91 Metres (39' 1")

 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

Beam:

4.05 Metres (13' 3")

 

Hull Material:

GRP 

Draft:

1.30 Metres (4' 3")

 

Displacement:

18000 Kg

Build Year

1986 

 

Hull Type:

Semi-Displacement 

£75,000 incl VAT

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

 

Galley Includes:

 

Cabins:

 

- Cooker:

No 

Heads:

Yes 

 

- Microwave:

No 

Shower

No 

 

- Refrigerator:

No 

Pressurised Hot/Cold Water:

No Heated by:  

 

- Central Heating:

No 

 

 

 

- Air Conditioning:

No 

Accommodation Details:

The simple layout fiollows the usual pilot vessel format - From forward - FOREPEAK AREA - serves mainly as storage for onboard inventory with access to the peak with a watertight closure. HEADS - compartment (S) with sea toilet and some storage areas and adjacent (P) a wash hand basin is installed with manual cold pump. Watertight door to: ENGINE ROOM - central check-a-plate walkway between each installation providing easy access for servicing and maintenance of the engines and gearboxes. Most auxiliary functions are installed here again providing good access and the environment is served by ventilation ducts within the cabin trunk and from the after bulkhead. Central access to: WHEELHOUSE with helm station to port with single lever Morse Teleflex engine controls and Mathway rod steering system. Helmsman and navigator plus 4 No. passenger suspension seating ranged P&S of the cabin with some storage in areas below the seats and adjacent. Good headroom throughout and there are watertight doors forward and aft which leads to... EXTERNAL DECK - flush to gunwhale non-slip deck surface with outboard toe rail and inboard stainless rail system rope bound. A Hadrian safety rail extends from the after end following the inner rail for its length. An 'Island' rail is provided forward. Substantial deck fittings serve the vessel. FENDERING - substantially bolted rubber system to the gunwhale strake with inter straking for the main part. The shoulder areas are amply reinforced against impact when alongside moving ships.

Mechanical:

Engine Make & Model:

VOLVO TAMD 121C 

 

Battery System:

24V 

Gearbox Make & Model:

Twin Disc MG 5114 

 

Power Generators:

 

Drive Configuration:

Shaft Drive 

 

- Genset(Kva):

Engine Year:

1986 

 

- Genset Model:

 

Engine Hours:

2000 

 

- Inverter:

No 

Last Serviced:

00/00/0000 

 

Shore Power:

No 

 

 

 

Battery Charger:

No 

Twin VOLVO TAMD 121C 6 cyclinder turbo charged engines developing 350bhp each at 1800rpm driving through TWIN DISC 5114 gearboxes to 2" shafts. 65 A/hr alternator charging. Engine Hours: approx. 2000 each since last rebuilds (Port - 2005 and Starboard - 2006) FUEL CAPACITY - ? FUEL RANGE - ? WATER CAPACITY - minimal New Tide Seals (stern glands) 2017 

Principle Information:

Make:

HALMATIC 

Vessel Ref:

LOCH 1315 

Model:

44 PILOT - MCA Cat. 2 

No of Engines:

HP (each):

350 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

LOA:

13.40 Metres 

LWL:

11.91 Metres 

Beam:

4.05 Metres 

Draft:

1.30  

Displacement:

18000 Kg

Hull Material:

GRP 

Hull Type:

Semi-Displacement 

Build Year

1986 

£75,000 incl VAT

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

Heads:

Yes 

Cabins:

Cooker:

No 

Microwave:

No 

Refrigerator:

No 

Shower

No 

Hot/Cold Water:

No 

Water Heater:

 

Heating:

No 

Air Con:

No 

Accommodation Details:

The simple layout fiollows the usual pilot vessel format - From forward - FOREPEAK AREA - serves mainly as storage for onboard inventory with access to the peak with a watertight closure. HEADS - compartment (S) with sea toilet and some storage areas and adjacent (P) a wash hand basin is installed with manual cold pump. Watertight door to: ENGINE ROOM - central check-a-plate walkway between each installation providing easy access for servicing and maintenance of the engines and gearboxes. Most auxiliary functions are installed here again providing good access and the environment is served by ventilation ducts within the cabin trunk and from the after bulkhead. Central access to: WHEELHOUSE with helm station to port with single lever Morse Teleflex engine controls and Mathway rod steering system. Helmsman and navigator plus 4 No. passenger suspension seating ranged P&S of the cabin with some storage in areas below the seats and adjacent. Good headroom throughout and there are watertight doors forward and aft which leads to... EXTERNAL DECK - flush to gunwhale non-slip deck surface with outboard toe rail and inboard stainless rail system rope bound. A Hadrian safety rail extends from the after end following the inner rail for its length. An 'Island' rail is provided forward. Substantial deck fittings serve the vessel. FENDERING - substantially bolted rubber system to the gunwhale strake with inter straking for the main part. The shoulder areas are amply reinforced against impact when alongside moving ships.

Mechanical:

Engine:

VOLVO TAMD 121C 

Gearbox:

Twin Disc MG 5114 

Drive Type:

Shaft Drive 

Engine Year:

1986 

Engine Hours:

2000 

Last Serviced:

00/00/0000 

Battery System:

24V 

Genset Model:

 

Genset(Kva):

Inverter:

No 

Shore Power:

No 

Battery Charger:

No 

Twin VOLVO TAMD 121C 6 cyclinder turbo charged engines developing 350bhp each at 1800rpm driving through TWIN DISC 5114 gearboxes to 2" shafts. 65 A/hr alternator charging. Engine Hours: approx. 2000 each since last rebuilds (Port - 2005 and Starboard - 2006) FUEL CAPACITY - ? FUEL RANGE - ? WATER CAPACITY - minimal New Tide Seals (stern glands) 2017 

Inventory:

Navigation Equipment

Radar / GPS Plotter
VHF DSC
Hand held VHF
AIS
Steering Compass

Electrical

24 volt systems provided bgy 4 No. 12v batteries (replaced 2017)
Shore Power - tbc?

Safety Equipment

Equipment as required for MCA Cat 2
Life raft hired
Auto and manual extinguishers
Life rings

Deck & General

Heavy duty fendering system with inter straking
Stainless steel 'inboard' rail system with 'Island' rail forward (rope bound)
Hadrian safety rail system (cockpit to foredeck)
Danforth anchors (20kg + 16kg) - deck stollaged
Anchor cable (on drum) + chain
Sundry equipment for functional use of the vessel

Broker's Comments

'This vessel appears to be in excellent order and the current ownership has carried out significant improvements to bring her back into Code. We see no reason why she should not continue her role as a pilot tender as she has all the attributes associated with the demands that operation requires. These craft were built for longevity and 'Pathfinder' is an excellent example of British boat building prowess.'

Owner's Comments

'We always wanted to own a serious offshore craft and in particular a Halmatic because of their history and reputation. When we acquired 'Pathfinder' she was in the process of a refit which we undertook to complete with the firm intention of bringing her up to Coding standard which she now is. We hope she will again serve for what she was designed to do - a sea going craft that can cope with anything the weather determines.'