Star Cruiser

Star Cruiser

Accommodations & Layout

The vessel arranged with access off the fore deck port and starboard and the same to the salon.  The wheelhouse is forward in the cabin.  The salon is open for seating via tables and chairs.  A service door aft on starboard. Passengers have access to an open air fore and aft decks.

Remarks

The STAR CRUISER is in good condition. The vessel is well suited for sightseeing, dinner and charter cruises.

Exclusions

Soda system is on lease

Details are deemed reliable but are not guaranteed.  Offer subject to change, prior sale, taxes, freight and launch are applicable.  Measurements are in United States units.

General Specifications

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Name STAR CRUISER
Style European Canal Boat
Builder Freeport Shipbuilding and Repair
Architect DeJong and Lebet
Hull Displacement
USCG Certified Yes
USCG Dry Dock November 2020
Passenger Capacity 129
Gross Tonnage 69
Net Tonnage 47
Speed (approx.) Cruising: 4-6 mph @ 1,000 RPM
Maximum: 8 mph @ 2500 RPM
Built 1997
LOA 87.08′
LWL  82.7′
Beam 22′
Hull Depth 5′
Freeboard 4′
Draft Water 4′, Air Draft 30′ 15′ w/o mast
Displacement 46,000 lbs.
U.S.C.G. Official Number 1055030
Route Certification Lakes, Bays and Sounds
Hull Material Steel
Deckhouse Material Fiberglass/Wood
Tank Capacities Fuel: 740 gallons-steel
Waste: 1,100 gallons
Potable Water: 1,000 gallons

WHEELHOUSE

  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters) and thruster controls
  • Morse clutch and throttle controls
  • SeaStar hydraulic assist steering
  • Brass fog bell
  • Ritchie compass
  • ITT Jabsco remote controlled searchlights
  • ICOM model IC-M412 VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Public address system with 6 speakers
  • Sitex depth sounder
  • Raymarine model E80 GPS/radar

SALON (MAIN DECK)

  • 8 tables (8’ x 96”) with laminated tops and fixed bases
  • 76 dining chairs (stacking)

BEVERAGE BAR (MAIN)

  • Soda system
  • Cooler
  • Stainless steel speed rail
  • Stainless steel table

GALLEY (MAIN)

  • Superior refrigerator (240 VAC)
  • Single stainless-steel sink
  • Single partition sink
  • microwave oven

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • Ship service 30.0 kW Stamford generator powered by Cummins 4B diesel 4-cylinder keel cooled engine (NEW 2005)
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 100 AMP shore outlet
  • 120 VAC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Two 12 VDC 8D enclosed heavy duty batteries
  • Perko battery isolation switch
  • Two Mastervolt 50-amp battery chargers
  • One Pro Sport 20-amp battery charger
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)

HULL, SUPERSTRUCTURE AND DECKS

  • 3/8” welded steel plate hull with transverse framing on 24” centers
  • Six watertight compartments formed by five transverse bulkheads
  • Boarding doors: Two forward
  • Deck fittings:

Electrical:Port

Waste:Aft

Water:Starboard bow

Fuel:Port bow

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND ENGINE DETAILS

  • 6 cylinder 305 HP @ 2,500 RPM Cummins model QSB 5.9 305 MCD marine diesel engine, fuel filter, keel cooler – NEW
  • Hours – October 2020 4,500
  • North American Marine Jet model number TH457HT STEEL
  • ZF model ZF280-1 2.0 reduction gear
  • Dry style exhaust silencers through stern
  • Vetus model EC 7/2, 4/26-04 (24 VDC) 9 11/16” six blade propeller electric bow thruster
  • FHP ten-ton air conditioning system
  • Ten air conditioning system
  • 20-gallon water heater
  • 240 VAC sewage discharge pumps

HEADS

The vessel is equipped with two heads on the main deck, each containing the following:

  • One Vacuflush toilet
  • One sink with faucet
  • Toilet paper dispenser
  • Hand towel
  • Exhaust fan

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • 134 type II adult size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • 14 type II child size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • 3 Jim Buoy 30” life rings
  • One illuminated float light
  • One B-I fire extinguisher
  • Four B-II fire extinguishers
  • 60 lb. Halocarbon in engine room
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • One fire station including: approved rubber lined hose with brass or bronze fittings
  • Defibrillator

FINISH

  • Exterior coating: Paint
  • Bottom Paint:  Epoxy
  • Exterior decks: nonskid
  • Interior decks:

Salon: carpet

Heads: Paint

Galley: paint

Bar: Paint

Wheelhouse: Carpet

  • Headliner: Beadboard
  • Interior Bulkheads:

Salon: Beadboard

Heads: Beadboard