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#7206: 1943 180' Hornbeam Ice Breaker/Buoy Tender
Inventory ID: 7206 Location: Baltimore, MD
Year:  1943 Length:  180'
Make:  Hornbeam Model:  Ice Breaker/Buoy Tender
Height: 74' at max Beam: 37.1'
Draft: 12' Displacement: 896 tons
Hull Material: Steel HIN: WLB-394
Engines: Vessel is powered by twin GM diesel EMD A-645 E2 700hp engines. They are in good condition, run properly and have low hours.
Transmission: .
Generator/Battery: There are two 200kW Detroit Diesel 6-71 and two EMD 645 V-8 driving 275 VDC GE or Westinghouse propulsion generators. There are several batteries that are in good condition.
Electronics: Two (2) Ship Service Air Compressors. Two (2) Control Air Compressors. VHF, Radar, GPS, Fathometer. Main cargo boom is 30 ton hydraulic supplied by the central hydraulic system powered by a Detroit 6-71 also driving the auxiliary generator. 30 ton chilled water air conditioning. 2 Way Wolf diesel fired ship heaters looped into chilled water circuit for heat.
Ground Tackle: Anchor handling and cargo cross deck work utilizes the electric anchor windlass on the foc'l. The anchor chain wildcats can be disengaged, and the cross deck work is done through fixed roller fairleads.
Rigging: None
Head: There are approximately 6 complete heads with showers.
Galley: Walk in dairy box, freeze box and vegetable box with air cooled refrigeration condensing units. Several small refrigerators, salad bar, and full galley with convection ovens. Commercial dish sterilizer. All galley appliances are in good condition and work properly. There is a crew galley that sits 30 and an officer galley. There is sleeping quarters for 50. There are 3 multi berth cabins and 5 individual cabins. All mattresses are in good condition.
Trailer: Trailer not included.
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: This 180’ Hornbeam Ice breaker is a liquidation item, not damaged or submerged. This vessel is suitable for private ice-breaking, launching and retrieving offshore buoys and as a floating self contained quarters vessel. Enviro-Vac vacuum flush sewage system with 2000 gallons retention and separate turbid water system and tank integrated via manifold. Steering is a mechanical linked helm to electric drive variable displacement pump controlled via a rack and pinion rudder position full follow-up gearbox; the rudder tiller is actuated by a fixed hydraulic ram that has a single shaft with cylinders on each end. System has both helm mechanical and electrical rudder angle indicators. Main cargo boom is 30 ton hydraulic supplied by the central hydraulic system powered by a Detroit 6-71 also driving the auxiliary generator. Port davit is a 5-ton single point type with hydraulic knuckle boom and slewing. Aft deck has an electric capstan with horizontal drums. Anchor handling and cargo cross deck work utilizes the electric anchor windlass on the foc'l. The anchor chain wildcats can be disengaged, and the cross deck work is done through fixed roller fairleads. Boat cradles are provided at the port single point davit and the starboard dual point davits, the port davit is manually operated. These cradles will hold v-hulled boats of approximately 22 feet. The VHF, Radar, GPS and Fathometer are all in good condition. Steering, and all gauges and controls are in good condition and running. Bow thruster 6-71 and marine gear driving a fixed propeller in tunnel. Bridge Wings have throttle controls for propulsion and bow thruster. There are two 200kW Detroit Diesel 6-71 and two EMD 645 V-8 driving 275 VDC GE or Westinghouse propulsion generators. There are several batteries that are in good condition. There are two ship service air compressors and two control air compressors. Walk in dairy box, freeze box and vegetable box with air cooled refrigeration condensing units. Several small refrigerators, salad bar, and full galley with convection ovens. Commercial dish sterilizer. All galley appliances are in good condition and work properly. There is a crew galley that sits 30 and an officer galley. There is sleeping quarters for 50. There are 3 multi berth cabins and 5 individual cabins. All mattresses are in good condition. There are approximately 6 complete heads with showers. There is a 30 ton chilled water air conditioning system by Carbomatic. A 2 Way Wolf diesel fired ship heaters looped into chilled water circuit for heat. Vessels fuel capacity: 28,000 gallons, 3 tanks used as storage/service via manifold. Vessels water capacity: 28,000 gallons, 6 tanks used as storage/service via manifold. Vessel is powered by twin GM diesel EMD A-645 E2 700hp engines. They are in good condition, run properly and have low hours. There is no trailer with this vessel. This vessel is in overall good condition and in complete working order.

Florida residents please apply 6% state sales tax. Storage charges will accrue after the 10 day grace period. Loading fees will apply.

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