Price: $150,000 - Reduced*
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Haligonian III was constructed in Wheatley Ontario by Hike Metal Products Limited. She was put into service in Halifax, Nova Scotia in the late 1970’s as a passenger ferry. She was purchased by the Murphy family in the early 1990’s and put into service as a tour vessel. She has operated in the Halifax Harbour completing daily Nature and Whale Watching Tours with great success. The vessel boasts two observation decks with the lower being fully enclosed and heated. There is a fully functional oak bar on the main level and both a male and female washroom. The upper deck of the Haligonian III provides an unobstructed view of the vessels surroundings providing guests with a unique tour experience.
Vessel Name: Haligonian III
Manufacture: Hike Metal Products. Wheatley, Ontario.
Construction Material: Steel
Model Year: 1972
Gross Tonnage: 110.41
Net Tonnage: 75.08
Engine Type: Two diesel main engines
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Make: Detroit/GM Model No.:6-71
Horsepower: 338 @ 2250 rpm
Engine Hours: Prt-3000hrs. Stb-3000hrs.
Year Built: Rebuilt in 2008
Exhaust Mat: Iron pipe c/w marine exhaust hose to silencer and exit thru stern.
Cooling: Raw water via a heat exchanger
Bildge Blower: Natural ventilation
Cdt of Bilge: Clean with some water
Shaft: 2-1/2 inch stainless steel
Bearings: Solid and serviveable
Stuffing Box: Servieable
Steering Sys: Hydraulic, power assisted.
Refrigeration: One 20 cubic ft. coolers for bar use.
Marine Heads: Two. All heads are overboard discharge, gravity feed to sea.
Fuel Tank & System
Fuel tank material: Steel
Capacity: 250 gallons each for a total of 500 gallons
Fuel line material: Flex tube line
Vent overboard: Port aft quarter
Shut off valves: Gate to valve on fuel tank, with emergency shut down located in main cabin.
Auxillary Generator: Two ISUZU 25 Kw gensets Model #4LE1-PW-12, Very good condition.
Overload Protection: House hold type panels with 39 breakers located aft of the main cabin starboard side.
Batteries: Four 12V 8D. One for each engine and one for each genset. All batteries are in "Blue Seas" battery boxes that are ABYC approved.
Volts: 12V DC and 110/220 volts AC can be generated onboard.
Charging system: Main engine alternators on both main engines.
VHF: Ray Marine/Model No.54.
Sounder: President/Model No.LTD 260
Radar: Raytheon R10xx/c/w 2 Kw Radome
Other: PS system, Sound Tech PL900/ CS800S & Q231 Equalizer
Compass: Observation - Rotterdam
Sound signal: Electic Air Horn
Boarding device: Aft deck deployed by crew and ready to use.
Life Rafts: Two DBC 75 person life rafts serial No. 57641 & 59545 (Hydro Static releases)
Lifejackets: 220 standard life jackets
Privateer Yacht Sales 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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