Bay Rocket

Bay Rocket

Accommodations & Layout

The vessel is arranged with a center helm station.  Individual passenger seating provided is for 122 forward facing passengers.  The helm station is on the 01 deck.

Remarks

The vessel is in very good condition.  The engines are near time to rebuild.

Exclusions

N/A

General Specifications

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Name BAY ROCKET
Style Performance
Builder Yank Marine, Inc.
Architect
Hull Semi-Planning
USCG Certified Yes
USCG Dry Dock April 2021
Passenger Capacity 123
Gross Tonnage 54
Net Tonnage 43
Speed (approx.) Maximum: 40 knots @ RPM
Built 2008
LOA 70′
LWL  65′
Beam 20’00”
Hull Depth 6’3″
Freeboard
Draft Water 3′, Air Draft 16.8″
Displacement 29 long tons
U.S.C.G. Official Number 1210057
Route Certification Lakes, Bays and Sounds
Hull Material Aluminum
Deckhouse Material
Tank Capacities Fuel: 1,100 gallons-alum

HELM STATION

  • Control station with engine        instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters)
  • Clutch and throttle controls
  • Fog bell
  • Large single trumpet horn
  • Helm seat
  • Five Pyle Marine model PLMRA420 1,000 amplifiers
  • Jastram joy stick
  • Hamilton Jet and Kobelt jet indicator
  • Two ICOM model HM-195B VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Ritchie compass
  • Furuno Navnet VX2 C-Map NT MAX

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • 30 AMP/ 125 VAC shore outlet
  • Perko battery isolation switch
  • Charles Industries automatic battery charger with DC meter
  • 12 VDC bilge blowers
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)

HULL, SUPERSTRUCTURE AND DECKS

  • Marine grade aluminum hull
  • Five watertight compartments formed by four transverse bulkheads
  • Boarding gates: two aft
  • 6 stainless steel kevels
  • Non-skid exterior decks

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND ENGINE DETAILS

  • Two 16 cylinder 1,400MTU model 16V2000 marine diesel engines, fuel filters, seawater strainers with seacocks
  • Two Marine Jet Power Ultra jet drives

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • 126 type II adult size personal flotation devices
  • 13 type II child size personal flotation devices
  • One Jim Buoy 30” life rings with lines
  • Four life floats
  • Halocarbon 70 lb. fixed co2 system
  • Walter Kidde fixed co2 in engine compartment
  • One A-II fire extinguisher
  • One type B-1 fire extinguisher
  • One type B-II fire extinguisher
  • One fire station including: one 3/4” UL approved rubber lined hose with brass or bronze 5/8” fittings, one brass or bronze nozzles, one brass or bronze 5/8” hose bib
  • One anchor with line

FINISH

  • Exterior coating: coating
  • Exterior decks: non-skid

SPARE PART INVENTORY

The spare part inventory has an estimated value in excess of $100,000.

  • 2 intake grates
  • 2 nozzles & 1 used unit
  • 3 reversing rams
  • 3 steering rams
  • 2 steering deflectors & 1 used unit
  • Reversing bucket & 1 used unit
  • Impeller
  • 2 reaction cases
  • Shaft sleeve
  • Transom plate
  • Steering guide rod
  • 2 impeller cases
  • Zinc kit
  • Fire Boy system
  • Rexroth hydraulic pump
  • 7 hydraulic filters
  • Steering feedback unit & 2 used units
  • 2 reversing feedback units
  • 1,000-watt amplifier
  • 8-6.5” speakers
  • Starter
  • Gear oil cooler
  • Gear box cooling pipes
  • Jog Lever
  • Alternator pully
  • 30-seat belts
  • 2 kevels
  • 4 auxiliary drive belts
  • Alternator belt
  • 5 hydraulic hoses
  • 10 relays
  • Jet rebuild tools