This is a multipurpose vessel suitable for cruising the NSW coastline, reef fishing and sport fishing the continental shelf. It could also be used by a dive club or just wonderful family cruising.
It is a 10m vessel built in 2002 by Seatamer Marine in Newcastle. The vessel is constructed in 6 mm plate aluminium hull and superstructure in same material. The custom build resulted in a well proven, relatively fast, multi-purpose charter boat in survey with large aft deck, easy access to the water and accommodation facilities for four people.
It is currently in AMSA survey 1D and 2C. When sold, the survey will be decommissioned and registered with RMS (Roads and Maritime Services) as a recreational vessel.
Rego Expiry: 23/04/2024
Designer: Steve Nichols at NSW Maritime for design specifications - by Marine Design Solutions
Builder: Nigel Matthews at Seatamer Marine, Newcastle
Length: 32' 10" - 10.00m
Beam: 3.2 m
Draft: 0.8 m
Displacement: 6 tonnes
Hull Material: Aluminium 6mm plate aluminium
Deck Material: Aluminium and carpet
Engine Make: Volvo Penta
Engines: OzeBlue is powered by twin Volvo TAMD41P-A diesel engines developing 200 hp each and coupled to ZF V gearboxes, driving four blade Austral propellers, which provide 20 knots cruising speed.
Number Engines: 2
Horse Power: 157 kw each, about 210 HP
Fuel Type: Diesel
1st Engine Hours: 7800
2nd Engine Hrs: 7800
Fuel Consumption: At trolling speed 1600 RPM, about 5-6 litre/engine/hour
Max Speed: 20 knots
Trolling speed: 7 knots
Propulsion: Shaft drive
Fuel: 600 litres per side
Water: 250 litres
Accommodation: The vessel sleeps 3 in the bow section in single bunks, the mid-section provides a drop down table as a 4th bunk. The gallery is to port, gas stove, bar fridge, sink, stowage lockers.
Cabins: The bridge has seating for 4 plus the skipper. Maximum of 5 on the flybridge. The toilet/shower is to port in the front cabin section.
Berths: 3 +1
Galley: Gas burner, bar fridge, stowage lockers, sink and fresh hot and cold taps on water pump supply.
There is a gas locker on the flybridge. Pots, pans, plates, cups, cutlery, bowls, plastic glasses
Refrigeration: Small 12 v Bar fridge
Freezer: Isotherm 12 V Freezer
Stove: Gas burner
Hot water System: Yes
Entertainment: TV and radio
Dinghy: Could possibly be included
Outboard: Could possibly be included
Covers: Removable deck cover
Ground Tackle: Muir winch and Mooloolaba anchor with chain and 14mm rope
Safety Gear: As per AMSA commercial vessel requirements
Bilge Pumps: Manual and automatic
Life Raft: 10 man raft by M. O. S. S.
EPIRB: yes, expiry June 2029
Life Jackets: 16,10 with lights and whistles
Fire Protection: Yes
Electrics: 12 volt, 4 batteries
Electronics: Lowrance HDS12 - 12inch multi display screen acting as sounder and chart plotter
Navigation: Ritchie Compass, TMQ Autopilot, Spot light
Radio: VHF GME
Please remember that a boat in NSW survey is built to the highest standard in the land. Also, with yearly surveys by AMSA - the Australian Marine Safety Authority. Last survey completed in April 2022. All survey and service records are available.
Please contact Jeff at BoatingLifestyle on 0410 522 611for more information. An inspection can be easily arranged at RMYC Port Hacking in Cronulla.
Or contact Roland of All At Sea Charters on 0414 525 968 for more information, all kinds of records, spare parts, workshop manuals and fishing gear that can be included.