1954 38.5′ x 12′ x 3.7′ Sewart Seacraft Work Boat Project
Price:$6,000 USD Net tonnage:7.35 tons Steel hull Wood &fiberglass cabin needs replacing Headroom:Wheelhouse and cabin – 7′, Engine room – 4.5′ Twin Detroit 6-71 Diesels – year 1953/1954 – 432 hp Model # 6087 & 6088 Allison 1.5:1transmissions Shaft size:2″ Propellers: 24″ x 22″ x 1 3/4″ Cruising speed:21.2 Steering: Hydraulic Fuel capacity:200+ gal Anchor winch: yes Head: Wilcox-Critten Model – “Winner” Comes withoriginal lighting Boat has been instorage for 15 years Located in South Dakota
he following information was provided by the seller of this boat:
“This is a steelhulled boat project, that was always operated in fresh water, (Missouri Riverin South Dakota, no rust) manufactured in Louisiana by the folks that made someof the “swiftboats”. Wood and fiberglass wheelhouse needs rebuilding.Included are 11 replacement windows. Boat has twin Detroit Diesel supercharged6-71’s, one showed 900 hours, was torn down for inspection, looked good,but as long as it was apart, valve job was done, and rings and bearings werereplaced.. This motor now has only run-in and dyno time. (dyno’d at 251hp)Second motor shows 660 hrs, and has not been disassembled. These enginescounter-rotate and have Allison transmissions attached (1.5:1), and brasspropellers.
Also included is the original lighting, (1 mile-ray search light), fog horns, 4cylinder 12k generator, 35# fire suppression bottle, stainless steel rudders,propeller shafts. controls, and instrumentation.
Boat has been in dry dock for approx. 15 yrs, both motors turn freely, Thisboat was spec’d in 1953 by the Corp of Engineers, and operated as a passengertransport for most of its life. This boat will need a complete refit.
Motors alone are worth the asking price.”
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1938 Steel Great Lakes Commercial Fishing Boat
Built by Goodison Bros, Erieau, Ontario, Canada
Detroit Diesel 8V-71 engine
Allison 3:1 transmission
DeutzF2L511 12KW genset
Presently registered as a pleasure craft in USA
Suitable for conversion to excursion yacht & etc
1937 Converted Great Lakes Fishing Vessel
Very spacious layout
Detroit Diesel 6-71, 100 hours
3 cabins, 2 with bunk beds
Large open concept galley/salon area, insulated with wooden ceiling and walls
Head with shower
1954 Sewart Seacraft Work Boat Project
Net tonnage: 7.35 tons
Wood & fiberglass cabin needs replacing
Twin Detroit 6-71 Diesels
Allison 1.5:1 transmissions
Comes with original lighting
Boat has been in storage for 15 years