(2) 1970’s LARC LX Price: $50,000 USD each 62.5′ x 26.5′ x 19.5′ high
Powered by 4 Detroit 6-71s
100 ton capacity
60 ton hydraulic cargo winch
Propeller 48 x 32 bronze, 4 blade
Fuel capacity 600 gallons
Comes with assorted spare parts includingtires, and engines
Located in Maine
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2009 11.63m x 3.8m x 1.28 (molded depth) Aluminum Amphibious 48PAX Passenger Vessel/Landing Craft/WorkBoat (LARC TYPE)
Length: 38′, beam 12.5′, molded depth 4.2′
Air draft: 15.5′
Shell plate thickness: 6mm
Licenced to carry 48 passengers or light cargo
This is a class IV passenger vessel operating in a large estuary.
Gross tonnage: 9tons
Net tonnage: 2.7tons
Built in Ireland- built to a high standard with marine grade aluminum
Engine: Perkins Model 1106D – air cooled – 175 hp, year2008, 980 hours
Propeller: 27″, 4 blade, bronze
Cruising speed: 5 knots
Maximum speed: 6knots
Electronics: 1ICOM VHF, 2 handheld VHF, Garmin Plotter/Sounder GPS
Simrad Radar, AIS Class B, Locator, Navtex
Safety equipment: EPIRB, SART, 3 liferafts (30 personopen-reversible)
2 line throwers -propelled
Bilge pumps: 6 auto + 6 manual
Fuel capacity: 300 litres
Freshwater capacity: 40 gal
Holding tank capacity: 40 gal
Fuel consumption: 12 litres/hour
Head: Wheelchair friendly with drop down arm supports
Additional features: Entrance – stairs at stern, side entrance
Located in Ireland Price on request
Additional Informationreceived from the owner:
“Amphibious boat for Charter / Sale /Offers. This is a “Larc”type vessel, which is more a sea based boat than a “Duck”. It is licensed to carry 48 passengers or light cargo. It was built in 2009 in Tyrrells, Arklow, Ireland. It wasdesigned by Naval Architect Hugo Van Der Zwan and hydraulics by Marshall Engineering.
It is aclass iv Passenger ship operating in a large estuary and licence may beupgraded. It is 38 feet(11.6m) long by 12 feet(3.8m) beam approx. It has a shipstability book.
She has six sealed compartments underdeck.
It is not a typical “duck” that does a street tour and a short tripin a river. This is more a robust estuary/river/coastal boat that can go up ongravel/sand beach.
It is robustly built to a high specification in Marine Grade Aluminium. It isworking on hard mud, gravel, sand beach at the moment. The drive is hydraulic,with each wheel driven by hydraulic motor. It has a differential lock givinghigh traction. It can drive beside a truck to take a pallet to a location onwater or an island etc.
A crane can be added. Seats can be removed. Roof can be opened. It can betransported by road. There is a wheelchair friendly toilet onboard.
This vessel would be useful on the shore side, estuary of pipeline or windfarm etc. No need for a nearby pier.”
“There willnever again be a boat of this specification with1000 hours on clock and runevery week.
It would cost atleast 600,000 euro to build this boat at lower specification.”
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