Treasure Seeker

Treasure Seeker

Accommodations & Layout

The model bow passenger Vessel is arranged with a stairway amidships on port with access between the main and 01 decks.  A beverage bar is fully aft port to starboard.  The deckhouse on the 01 deck is arranged with the pilothouse fully forward with the two heads immediate aft of the pilothouse house with bench seating and a beverage bar retail center aft.


The TREASURE SEEKER is in good condition and is available immediately.   The Owner will replace all ratlines & windows prior to Closing.



General Specifications

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Name Treasure Seeker
Style Pirate Ship
Builder Bay Shipbuilding and Drydock Company
Hull Displacement
Certified N/A
Dry Dock 20__
Passenger Capacity 149
Gross Tonnage 82
Net Tonnage 55
Speed (approx.) Cruising: 10 mph@1600 RPM
Maximum: 11.5 mph @1800 RPM
Built 1950
LOA 65.3‘
Beam 26’0”
Hull Depth 8’4″ Freeboard: 4’0″
Draft Water: 7’6″ (light) 9′ (loaded) Air: 23’6″
Route Certification Lakes, Bays & Sounds, Plus Limited Coastwise
Hull Material Steel
Deckhouse Material Steel
Displacement 95.57 long tons
Tank Capacities Fuel: 1,550 gallons-steel
Fuel Day: 20 gallons (generator)
Waste: 500 gallons
Water: 300 gallons


  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters) – aft control station too
  • Seawatch 1500 three station bilge alarm system
  • Wagner hydraulic steering with a cable system for secondary
  • Morse model MD 24 single lever pneumatic clutch and throttle controls
  • Fog bell
  • Kahlenberg model D-2 air horn
  • Danforth/Kelvin-White 6” compass
  • Phoenix model MSL 12/120 manual searchlight
  • Auto Nav rudder indicator
  • Raymarine depth sounder
  • Upholstered helm seat
  • USN Mark III clinometer
  • One ICOM model M80 VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • West Marine VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Raymarine model E 80 GPS navigation plotter system
  • Furuno model 1760 24-mile radar with a 4’ open array antenna
  • Sony AM/FM/tape player
  • Radio Shack public address system with microphone and weatherproof speakers
  • Apelco loudhailer with automatic fog signal


  • One ship service 10.0 kW Lima model 2AB1 single phase two cycle generator powered by a 2 cylinder Isuzu diesel engine with fuel filter, and keel cooler – NON OP
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 60 AMP/ 120 VAC shore outlet
  • 50’ 30 AMP/ 120 VAC electrical cord
  • 120 VAC/12 VDC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Guest 6 amp constavolt fro generator battery
  • West Marine 1600 amp disconnect – propulsion batteries
  • Craftsman air compressor
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)


  • 3/8” welded steel plate hull with ½” ice belt in bow and stern
  • Five compartments formed by four transverse bulkheads
  • Deck fittings:
    Electrical: foreword/port
    Fuel: foreword/amidships


  • One 6-cylinder turbo charged four-stroke cycle 1150 CID 510 HP @ 1800 RPM Cummins KTA-19 marine diesel engine (new 1991), fuel filter, keel cooler
  • Engine hours: May 2017: 10,172
  • Fuel burn at 1,400 rpm is approximately 6 GPH
  • Twin Disc model MG-518MG 4.48:1 reverse reduction gear
  • Dry exhaust silencer through transom
  • 5” steel shaft
  • 52” x 32 pitch Kahlenberg Brothers four blade stainless steel propeller
  • Port side gangway opening
  • Starboard side gangway opening
  • One portage side gate for port entry
  • Keel cooling system
  • Olson model PFL-120 (12,000 BTU) fuel oil forced air furnace with dual thermostats (NEW 2003)
  • 1 hp electric air compressor
  • Ideal hand windlass
  • Work bench
  • Three partition stainless steel sink
  • Hand washing sink


  • The vessel is equipped with two heads, containing the following:
  • One Sealand head
  • One sink with faucet
  • Toilet paper dispenser
  • Paper towel dispenser
  • Two spare SeaLand toilets


  • 152 type I adult size personal flotation devices
  • 32 type I child size personal flotation devices
  • Two Jim Buoy 30” life rings one with line and illuminated float light
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • Fire Ax
  • One Danforth 250-pound anchor, 300’ chain, manual windlass on foc’sle
  • One fire station including: one 1 1/4” UL approved rubber lined hose with brass or bronze 1 1/4” fitting, one brass or bronze nozzle, one brass or bronze 5/8” hose bib


  • Exterior coating: Paint
  • Exterior decks: Non-skid
  • Interior decks:
    Salon: Paint
    Heads: Paint
  • Headliner: Fiberboard (painted)
  • Interior Bulkheads:
    Salon: Wood
    Heads: Painted steel