Machinery and Engine Room

Machinery and Engine Room

engine room

Main Engine: Lugger L1066T Diesel- 165 HP @2,400
ZFW 220 3.96 to 1.00 Transmission.
1 x 24 volt 175 amp Leese Neville large case alternator to charge house batteries. 1 x 24 volt 40 amp small case alternator to charge starting batteries.
SAE “A” hydraulic pump drive, gear driven on timing cover
Engine instrument panel: deluxe with instrumentation for oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, revolutions, hour meter, with alarms
Propeller: 4 bladed bronze, 86.4cm (34″) diameter x 76.2cm (30″) pitch – left hand rotation

Wing Engine: Lugger L844D 40 hp wing engine with separate 10 gallon day tank – 24v start and Gori prop.

Instrument panels:
Engine instrument panel: deluxe with instrumentation for oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, revolutions, hour meter, with alarms

Engine controls:
Engine control levers Morse model #31001-001 Twin S for Wing Engine.
Glendenning Smart Actuator 2 Electronic control for mechanical engines and transmissions for Main Engine
ProPilot-S controls in Pilothouse and Flybridge – single speed, proportional, combind with tunnel thruster.

Fuel system:
Number and capacity: 2 main tanks totalling 5299 L (1400 gallons) with one centerline aluminium “Day Tank” at 264.95 L (70 gallons) which will gravity feed from main wing tanks Fuel system includes an aluminium supply reservoir, which feeds by gravity from both fuel tanks. Top part of supply reservoir holds approximately 7.6 L (2 gallons) and is fitted with a sight gauge with a 3.8 L (one gallon) range and .4 L (10th gallon) marks for fuel consumption checks (supply lines are turned off and fuel is consumed from reservoir). Bottom part of reservoir is pproximately 295.3 L (78 gallons) fitted with a drain off at the bottom of the reservoir for water purging and with a water sensor – illuminating a light in wheelhouse if excessive water is present. Reservoir fitted with four draw spigots for main, generator, wing engine and spare – mounted at lower level of reservoir but above water sensing probe. All returns from main, wing and generator plumbed into reservoir.

A transfer manifold and Walbro (WLB 6802) fuel pump with timer switch and Racor 900 fuel filter which can transfer fuel from one tank to another and scrub fuel while transferring. Transfer is also used to fill top part of supply reservoir for consumption testing when main fuel tank level drops below the level of the testing part of the reservoir
Filtertecknik Hippo dual-pot, high speed, water & particulate fuel polishing filter

Side power 24v 10.7 HP Bow Thruster includes: model #SP155TC thruster, 9.8″ I.D. tunnel,
#SM896 joy stick control station,
#SM897524 automatic main switch/fuse holder, 400 amp fuse
Stern Thruster 10.7 HP – SP155TC – 10″ tunnel and dual lever controls.
American Bow Thruster (TRAC) 220 stabilizing system. Keel cooled
Bow and stern thruster (SEP 240 (with new bow tunnel) & SEP 2010) inc proportional controls and remote

ABT Trac 220 stabilizing system. Keel cooled. The stabilizers run off the main engine.

Steering System:
Hynautic hydraulic steering system comprised of the following components:
Slave cylinder SeaStar #HC5373HY
Helm pump model #H-21
Reservoir model #R-06
Relief valve MSV-21
Hydraulic lines: Hynautic brand/copper tubing
Steering wheel: 18 ” stainless steel with power knob. Installed on angled base.

8x8D’s, 4x4D’s Lifeline House and engine batteries & GP31 12v pilothouse system

Air Conditioning: 
(230v- 50Hz) Marine Air- reverse cycle with digital controls- 2×12,000 (VTD 12k) btu for saloon, 1 x 16,000 (VTD 16K) btu for wheelhouse, 2 x 10,000 (VTD 10K) btu for staterooms Total of 60,000 btus