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in association with Goodchild Marine

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CARSON 9m Multi-Role RIB (MCA Cat. 3) £80,000 excl VAT

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Overview:

'Pressman' - built 2004/5 to commercial specifications and perfectly adaptable to a variety of roles (commercial or leisure) . The Yanmar engines have only a few hours use and with Hamilton water jets offers exceptionally manoeuvrability and speed potential. MCA Cat. 4 (20 miles FSH) - 8 persons - MCA survey June 2016

Principle Information:

Make:

CARSON 

 

Vessel Reference:

LOCH 1319 

Model:

9m Multi-Role RIB (MCA Cat. 3)  

 

Number of Engines:

LOA:

9.00 Metres (29' 6")

 

HP (each):

370 

LWL:

7.75 Metres (25' 5")

 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

Beam:

3.14 Metres (10' 4")

 

Hull Material:

GRP 

Draft:

0.75 Metres (2' 6")

 

Displacement:

4500 Kg

Build Year

2004 

 

Hull Type:

Planing 

£80,000 excl VAT

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

 

Galley Includes:

 

Cabins:

 

- Cooker:

No 

Heads:

No 

 

- Microwave:

No 

Shower

No 

 

- Refrigerator:

No 

Pressurised Hot/Cold Water:

No Heated by:  

 

- Central Heating:

No 

 

 

 

- Air Conditioning:

No 

Accommodation Details:

Mechanical:

Engine Make & Model:

Yanmar 6LYA STP 

 

Battery System:

12V 

Gearbox Make & Model:

 

 

Power Generators:

 

Drive Configuration:

Water Jet 

 

- Genset(Kva):

Engine Year:

2004 

 

- Genset Model:

 

Engine Hours:

280 

 

- Inverter:

No 

Last Serviced:

01/06/2017 

 

Shore Power:

No 

 

 

 

Battery Charger:

No 

Twin YANMAR 6LYA STP turbo diesel engines rated at 370hp each driving through HAMILTON type 241 Water Jets. Engine Hrs: approx. 270hrs Full service history available on request FUEL: 1300ltrs in 2 x Integral GRP tanks  

Principle Information:

Make:

CARSON 

Vessel Ref:

LOCH 1319 

Model:

9m Multi-Role RIB (MCA Cat. 3)  

No of Engines:

HP (each):

370 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

LOA:

9.00 Metres 

LWL:

7.75 Metres 

Beam:

3.14 Metres 

Draft:

0.75  

Displacement:

4500 Kg

Hull Material:

GRP 

Hull Type:

Planing 

Build Year

2004 

£80,000 excl VAT

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

Heads:

No 

Cabins:

Cooker:

No 

Microwave:

No 

Refrigerator:

No 

Shower

No 

Hot/Cold Water:

No 

Water Heater:

 

Heating:

No 

Air Con:

No 

Accommodation Details:

Mechanical:

Engine:

Yanmar 6LYA STP 

Gearbox:

 

Drive Type:

Water Jet 

Engine Year:

2004 

Engine Hours:

280 

Last Serviced:

01/06/2017 

Battery System:

12V 

Genset Model:

 

Genset(Kva):

Inverter:

No 

Shore Power:

No 

Battery Charger:

No 

Twin YANMAR 6LYA STP turbo diesel engines rated at 370hp each driving through HAMILTON type 241 Water Jets. Engine Hrs: approx. 270hrs Full service history available on request FUEL: 1300ltrs in 2 x Integral GRP tanks  

Inventory:

Navigation Equipment

- FURUNO Nav Net system- Radar/Plotter/Sounder
- FURUNO GPS
- ICOM VHF (DSC)
- SIMRAD Auto Pilot
- NAVMAN Speed Log

Electrical

- 4 x 12v Battery in banks of 2 (12v system)
- Alternator Charging

Safety Equipment

- 8 man Life Raft
- 2 x Life Buoys
- 6 x fire extinguishers (hand held)
- 2 x Manuel Bilge Pumps
to meet MCA Cat. 3

Deck & General

- Centre Console with instrument panel
- Seating for 3 passangers + Helmsman on jockey seats
- Overhead gantry mast and support rails
- Black tubes
- Jet Guard
- 2 x Anchors (with warp and chain)
- Mooring lines and Fenders
- Cover

Broker's Comments

'This RIB appears to have been carefully thought out as a design and offers excellent pwerformance and manoeuvrability with the jets. A serious piece of kit capable of many commercial or leisure applications.'

Owner's Comments

'Impressive performance and I have undertaken some long distance trips - Southampton - Falmouth and accompaied the rowing gigs to the Scilly Isles from Falmouth.'