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TIPTON MARINE SURVEYS

MARINE SURVEYOR

1989 Sumerset 14 x 78

"Sample Survey"

SURVEYOR 1989 Sumerset 14 x 78 "Sample Survey" MEMBER OF SOCIETY OF ACCREDITED MARINE SURVEYORS® P.O.

MEMBER OF SOCIETY OF ACCREDITED MARINE SURVEYORS®

Report of Marine Survey

Of The Vessel

"Sample Survey"

1989 Sumerset 14 x 78

Conducted by James R. Tipton, Surveyor Associate

Member - American Boat & Yacht Council

PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR:

Valued Client

October 25, 2013

MEMBER OF SOCIETY OF ACCREDITED MARINE SURVEYORS®

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION

PAGE NO.

I. INTRODUCTION

II. GENERAL INFORMATION

III. SYSTEMS

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CABIN

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

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SANITATION

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ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

THRU-HULLS

. AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT (AIR

. SAFETY EQUIPMENT

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IV. FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

V. SUMMARY AND VALUATION

VI. PHOTOGRAPHS

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"Sample Survey" surveyed by Tipton Marine Surveys - Lenoir City, TN 37771

"Sample Survey" surveyed by Tipton Marine Surveys - Lenoir City, TN 37771

TOC

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I. INTRODUCTION

SCOPE OF SURVEY

Acting at the request of Valued Client, the attending surveyor conducted an in the water Pre-Purchase Marine Survey of the "Sample Survey" a 1989 Sumerset 14 x 78, beginning on October 22nd, 2013 starting at 12:00 P.M. and continuing through 5:30 P.M. where she was docked at Lakeshore Marina, 2285 Highway 321, Hampton, TN 37658. The weather was mild with temperatures in the low to mid sixties. The ship's papers were available. The Hull Identification Number (HIN) SZJ012345678 was able to be verified on the transom. The vessel's engines and generator had previously been winterized by the owner and were not tested as directed by the buyer. Neither a sea trial nor an out of the water inspection of underwater machinery and the exterior of the hulls wetted surface area was performed. The vessel's owner Mr. John Doe was present during the course of the survey.

The fly bridge was also not inspected or tested due to multiple deck boxes stacked in front of the fly bridge that were tied and covered for winter.

The reason for the survey, was to ascertain the physical condition and value of the vessel for

Valued Client for possible purchase.

electrical systems specified in this report only. Electronic equipment was checked for ''power up''

only. No reference or information should be construed to indicate evaluation of the internal condition of the engines or the propulsion system's operating capacity.

AC and DC power was used to check the operation of the

This vessel was surveyed without removal of any parts, including fittings, tacked carpet, screwed or nailed boards, anchors and chain, fixed partitions, instruments, clothing, spare parts and miscellaneous materials in the bilges and lockers, or other fixed or semi-fixed items. Locked compartments or otherwise inaccessible areas would also preclude inspection. The owner is advised to open up all such areas for further inspection. Further, no determination of stability characteristics or inherent structural integrity has been made and no opinion is expressed with respect thereto. This survey report represents the condition of the vessel on the above dates, and to be considered an inventory or a warranty either specified or implied.

NOTE: It is recommended that all DIESEL/GAS engines be surveyed by a qualified Engine Surveyor to determine the condition of the engines, gears and pumps, heat exchangers, coolers, etc.

Where installation of double hose clamps are recommended throughout this report, it is understood that double clamps should only be installed where there is sufficient length of tailpiece / pipe available and hose length overlap to allow correct installation. No clamp shall be installed closer than 1/4" to the end of the hose and must fully engage the tailpiece / pipe or fitting. Any clamp extending over the end may cause the hose to be cut internally or force the hose off the fitting and is an incorrect installation.

Solid, unperforated type hose clamps utilizing 316 stainless steel with rolled edges are recommended for all hose to pipe joints particularly when located below the waterline.

CONDUCT OF SURVEY:

THE MANDATORY STANDARDS PROMULGATED BY THE UNITED STATES COAST

I. INTRODUCTION

GUARD (USCG), UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF TITLE 46 UNITED STATES CODE (USC); TITLE 33 AND TITLE 46, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (CFR), AND THE VOLUNTARY STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES DEVELOPED BY THE AMERICAN BOAT AND YACHT COUNCIL (ABYC) HAVE BEEN USED AS GUIDELINES IN THE CONDUCT OF THIS SURVEY.

Any moisture readings taken and referenced within the body of the report, were taken with a Ryobi Moisture meter. Electrical readings were taken using a Fluke 77 IV multimeter, Hyoki 3280-20 Digital Clamp-On meter and an ExTech CT-70 AC Circuit Load Tester.

The use of the word ''appears'' is intended to indicate that a close or complete inspection was not possible or it was not deemed appropriate at the time of this survey. The deficiencies reported herein reflect the conditions observed at the time the survey was conducted.

Use of asterisks * in the body of the report will indicate that a finding will be listed in the Findings and Recommendations section pertaining to the asterisked item, following the body of the report.

Where installation of double hose clamps are recommended throughout this report, it is understood that double clamps should only be installed where there is sufficient length of tailpiece / pipe available and hose length overlap to allow correct installation. No clamp shall be installed closer than 1/4" to the end of the hose and must fully engage the tailpiece / pipe or fitting. Any clamp extending over the end may cause the hose to be cut internally or force the hose off the fitting and is an incorrect installation.

I. INTRODUCTION

VESSEL DESCRIPTION

The "Sample Survey" is a 14 foot by 78 foot houseboat built by Sumerset Houseboats in August,

1989. The vessel has a welded aluminum hull divided into three separate watertight

compartments. The superstructure is composed of fiberglass covered plywood that is covered with grooved wood paneling on the interior. She is powered by twin Volvo-Penta AQ211A gasoline engines located at the stern. A 12.5 Kilo-watt Westerbeke gasoline powered generator or the 3,000 Watt Inverter provides necessary electrical power when the "Sample Survey" is away from shore power.

On the main deck, there is a large front deck for grilling, outdoor dining and socializing. A ladder on the port side of the aft deck leads to the upper deck.

Entry into the main salon is through a set of sliding glass doors that open into the main salon. A lightly stained wood and neutral color scheme is utilized throughout the vessel. To starboard is the lower helm station. Further aft is the Galley equipped with a wet bar and dining area. good sized

counter surfaces are covered in a white Formica.

range/oven and refrigerator complete an open and efficient kitchen area. As you proceed past the galley down the center companionway, you encounter the first of two heads. The forward head located to starboard is comprised of a incinerator head with built in sink, cabinet and mirror. Louvered doors immediately to the right provide access to a stacked washer and dryer unit.

A built-in microwave, dishwasher and full sized

To port is a stateroom with queen sized bed, built in nightstand and storage closet. Mirrors are installed on the walls to visually increase the size of the space. Proceeding further down the companionway, a short ladder leads down to the lower stateroom, positioned below and partially aft of the first stateroom. A queen sized bed at floor level is positioned under a lowered overhead, while a full height dressing area occupies the aft portion of the space. Both staterooms are well lit with furnishings in like new condition.

The Master's Stateroom includes a queen sized bed, ceiling fan and two wardrobe closets for hanging items. Drawer storage is available in a built in twelve drawer built in dresser as well as two night stand units.

The aft deck serves multiple purposes; a swim platform, a private sitting area and as the landing

I. INTRODUCTION

for a ladder leading to the upper deck. Three large hatches inset into the deck provide maintenance access to the engine and generator machinery. The Heat Pump Condenser unit is positioned beneath the ladder.

The upper deck extends the full length and width of the vessel and provides space for sunning or lounging under the covered sitting area, or sitting with the Captain as he pilots the "Sample Survey" from the fly-bridge.

II. GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

FILE NUMBER:

 

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10222013_Sumerset_78_Precious_Moments

SURVEY PREPARED FOR:

 

Valued Client

NAME OF VESSEL:

 

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"Sample Survey"

TYPE OF SURVEY:

 

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Pre-Purchase for Buyer

OVERALL VESSEL

 

AVERAGE (BUC)

ESTIMATED MARKET

 

$99,002

ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT COST:

 

$350,000 (Surveyor's Estimate - no data available from BUC)

YEAR/MAKE/MODEL OF VESSEL:

 

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1989 Sumerset 14' x 78' Wide Body Houseboat

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Sumerset Houseboats, 375 Parkers Mill Rd, Somerset, KY

HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

 

SZJ012345678

STATE REGISTRATION

 

TN 1234 AB

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John Doe, 123 Elm St., Anytown, TN

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Lakeshore Marina, 2285 Highway 321, Hampton, TN 37658

DATE/TIME OF SURVEY:

 

October 22, 2013 12:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.

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Shallow V

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No data available

PROPULSION

 

Twin Volvo-Penta AQ 211 A Inboard=Outboard Engines

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Two 95 US Gallon Tanks located forward in Engine Compartment (per Label)

II. GENERAL INFORMATION

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Single Single 125 volt, 50 amp inlet.

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12 Volt DC

FRESH WATER CAPACITY:

 

Two 85 gallon tanks located in center hold at midships. (per calculation)

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None Sighted.

INTENDED USE/BUYER:

 

Recreational boating on Watauga Lake, TN

BUYER'S

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Recreational Lake Cruising

DEFINITION OF TERMS:

The terms and words used in this report have the following meanings as used in this Report of survey:

APPEARS - Indicates that a very close inspection of the particular system, component or item was not possible due to constraints imposed upon the surveyor (e.g. no power available, inability to remove panels, or requirements not to conduct destructive tests).

FIT FOR INTENDED USE - Suitable for use intended by Survey Purchaser (present or

prospective owner).

SERVICEABLE or ADEQUATE - Sufficient for a specific requirement.

POWERS UP - Power was applied only to determine if the system or component would energize. It does not validate the operation of any system or component unless specifically indicated.

EXCELLENT CONDITION - New or like new.

GOOD CONDITION - Nearly new, with only minor cosmetic or structural discrepancies noted.

FAIR CONDITION - Denotes that the system, component or item is functional as is with minor repairs. (MONITOR OFTEN)

POOR CONDITION - Unusable as is. Requires repairs or replacement of system, component or item to be considered functional.

USE OF * - The use of * in the body of this report will indicate that a finding will be listed in the ''Findings and Recommendations'' section pertaining to the * item.

III. SYSTEMS

HULL DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

HULL CONSTRUCTION

TYPE:

Aluminum, shallow V with keel and forward strakes.

MATERIAL:

Aluminum skin over welded aluminum frame.

EXTERIOR HULL:

The exterior hull is natural aluminum skin with a four inch (estimated) black stripe over a one and one half inch (estimated) dark gray stripe running the length of the vessel on both port and starboard sides. The stripes are positioned approximately twelve inches above the the water line. The striping is in fair condition with good color, but has been scraped and cut in several places.

BULKHEADS:

Athwartships reinforcement is enhanced by two aluminum bulkheads that separate the bow, center and engine compartments. Appears serviceable where sighted.

STRINGERS:

Hull stiffness provided by welded aluminum longitudinal stringers. Lateral reinforcement accomplished with lateral frames approximately every 36". Center hold flooring is covered by a 3/4" plywood sole. Complete inspection not possible due to limited access. Appears serviceable where observed.

STEM:

Gently rounded stem with welded pad-eye plate for painter. Appears to be in good condition.

TRANSOM:

Welded aluminum transom, obscured by aft deck and cantilevered swim platform. Appears serviceable where sighted.

BILGE:

*C1

Bilge area in all compartments was basically dry. Some dirt and debris noted in all locations. Recommend cleaning as soon as possible.

LIMBER HOLES:

Limber holes are of adequate size and clear where sighted.

<User Define>

*C2

The design of the vessel includes a swim platform which is created by extending the fantail out over the outdrives several feet. This creates an excellent swim area. It also creates the potential for carbon monoxide to get trapped underneath the platform. It is recommended that swimmers be advised of this potential danger and avoid swimming under and surfacing under the platform.

III. SYSTEMS

HULL DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

DECK CONSTRUCTION

TYPE:

*B1, C3

The exterior main deck of the vessel is made of sheet aluminum covered with a medium gray carpeting. The carpet is in very good condition in all areas except the ladder leading from the primary helm to the upper deck. At that location, the carpeting is worn on the edges of the stair risers and at the landing adjacent to the primary helm.

The interior main deck of the vessel is comprised of 3/4 inch plywood covered with a high quality laminate flooring. Wood variety appears to be cherry, the decking appears to be well installed with mitered frames surrounding the inset hatches that provide access to the hold. The overall condition of the floor is like new.

The upper deck of the "Sample Survey" runs the full length of the vessel with a slight step down at about midway between the bow and stern. The gelcoat appears fairly new but numerous chips were noted. The owner stated that he gelcoats the boat himself every two or three years and reported that he gelcoated last year (2012) and that while pressure washing this year he chipped the gelcoat in several small areas. These chips number about fifteen to twenty and range in size from about 1/4 inch to about 1 inch in diameter. The deck in the fly bridge could not be inspected due to the equipment stacked and tied down against the fly bridge. No soft spots were detected in any portion of the accessible decking. No significant moisture penetration appeared at the time of inspection, and no evidence of current leakage from the upper deck is visible from the interior of the vessel.

HULL-TO-DECK JOINT

TYPE:

Hull to deck joint is welded aluminum. The joint itself is covered with a chrome and rubber rub rail that appears to be good condition. Visualization of the actual joint was not made.

DECK FITTINGS

SAFETY RAILINGS:

Welded aluminum rail system, runs the perimeter of the vessel at the main deck level. Boarding gates are located at both forward and aft decks with boarding gates located to port and starboard. On the forward porch and at the aft porch swim platform gates are located as well. All railings and boarding gates are covered in heavy black canvas for

privacy and security. All gates have mechanical lift on/lift off mechanisms with positive

latching.

Condition was serviceable.

The upper deck is also enclosed by a similarly constructed aluminum rail system which runs the perimeter of the upper deck beginning and ending at the mid point of the fly bridge. No defects were noted.

VENTILATION:

Cowl vents located to port and starboard provide passive ventilation for the engine and generator compartment. Cowls are flexible type and appear to be in good condition.

III. SYSTEMS

HULL DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

DECK FITTINGS (continued)

DECKBOX:

Several white FRP deck boxes are provided for storage and sunning. A two seat box is located on the aft deck. Four large white FRP deck boxes are positioned up topside for sunning and entertaining. Full length white vinyl cushions accompany each box per the owner who produced one. The one cushion appeared to be in good condition, the other cushions were not inspected due to access.

All five deck boxes were in good condition.

HATCHES:

*C4

Six opening hatches provide access to the forward hold, the center hold and engine compartment. The five exterior hatches providing access to the forward hold and engine compartment; have hydraulic lifting struts that are supposed to support the hatch when opened. However, the struts are worn and are no longer reliable. For safety, recommend removing the struts and fitting wooden poles to prop hatches open when in use. The interior hatches are lift out panels that are in excellent condition.

GRAB RAIL:

Stainless steel hand rails line both sides of the super structure of the vessel. The material appears to be in good condition and was solidly mounted where tested.

CLEATS:

Nine heavy 10" cleats are located four to port and five to the starboard side. All are welded to hull and are in serviceable condition.

SUPERSTRUCTURE

MATERIAL:

*B2, C5

The superstructure of the "Sample Survey" is comprised of 3/4" plywood covered with a layer of fiberglass cloth and gelcoat. The upper and lower sections are white, the windows are set into a band of glossy black paint which is framed from underneath by a light silver gray stripe and darker blue stripe. The surface condition of the superstructure is substantially different from port (sheltered) side to starboard (exposed) side. The white base is oxidized and in fair condition on both sides. The black paint is beginning to peel and flake in areas on the starboard side. Also on the starboard side and directly forward of the forward head, the fiberglass exterior is puffed up and wrinkled in the black section. The owner states that it flattens out again when temperatures drop.

WINDOWS/PORTS/DOORS:

*C6

Large opening windows line both sides of the superstructure and appear to be in good condition. Sliding glass doors are located at the fore and aft ends of the superstructure and provide access to the main salon and master stateroom respectively. A third sliding glass door is located to starboard of the primary helm and is in good condition. Indications of previous repairs to prevent water intrusion is present around the base of this door.

III. SYSTEMS

HULL DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

SUPERSTRUCTURE (continued)

CANVAS AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE:

Canvas privacy screens for the upper and lower railings was not installed at the time of survey. Owner displayed a sample of it which appeared to be in good condition, but not all was inspected. Canvas for the bimini and party top were also not installed and are being stored inside the vessel for the winter. The owner showed samplings of them as well. They appeared to be in good condition, but were not fully inspected.

MOISTURE CONTENT:

*B3, B4

The windows along both sides appear to be in good working order, but their is evidence of prior repairs (caulking) being made to prevent or correct moisture intrusion on both sides with the starboard side being the worst. Moisture readings taken showed 'moist' to 'wet' below all windows on the starboard side. On the port side, the first and third full size windows from the bow indicated 'moist' immediately below the frames. Additional moisture was detected below the 'step' area of the roof transition on both sides of the vessel.

BRIDGE DECK

MATERIAL:

FRP (fiber reinforced plastic) molded flybridge.

TYPE:

Fly bridge provides a secondary helm station and seating area for the safe navigation of the vessel. The fly bridge was not accessible and not inspected during the survey due to access: Stacked deck boxes, weather covers and rope work tying everything down.

BIMINI:

*C7

Bimini frame and canvas were not installed at time of survey. Black canvas type material with stainless steel tubular support structure. The locking bolt that anchors the bimini

frame to the flybriidge on the starboard side is missing. A large nail is currently being used

in its place. Otherwise, the bimini and its hardware appeared to be in good condition.

WINDSHIELD:

A cantilevered glass windshield surrounds the forward and side surfaces of the fly bridge.

Appears to be in good condition.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:

Radar arch is in fair condition. Noted previous repairs and previous FRP damage.

ACCESSORIES:

Three ouutside tables , twelve good quality chairs and nine plastic chairs provide additional exterior seating on board the "Sample Survey". All appeared to be in good to like new condition.

III. SYSTEMS

HULL DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES (continued)

FENDERS:

Eight Taylor-Made 'Big B' center rope fenders 12" x 34" are located around the vessel. Appear to be in very good condition.

DOCK LINES:

Nine 5/8" dock lines with snubbers. All in serviceable condition.

PARTY TOP:

*B5

A well built and well secured aluminum framed party top provides shade for the portion of the upper deck just aft of the fly bridge. The canvas cover had been removed for winter storage and was not inspected. The structure was in very good condition. A mount for a ceiling fan is provided at center of the unit. Electrical wires that will provide power to the fan pass through holes in the mounting plate without chaffing protection.

CABIN APPOINTMENTS

INTERIOR DESCRIPTION:

JOINERY AND FINISH:

*C8

The interior of the "Sample Survey" is predominantly lightly stained and varnished beadboard. Cabinetry in the galley, dining area and staterooms is covered in white Formica with accenting wooden trim. All surfaces appeared to be in good condition with exception of forward head and port bulkhead in the dining area which are fully described under "Water Intrusion Signs". The right hand cabinet door located above the Microwave has a loose hinge causing it to 'droop' when closed.

CABIN BRIGHT WORK:

All surfaces, doors, counters, walls were in excellent condition. With exception of moisture damage noted in forward head, and in dining area immediately aft and below the dining area window. Distortion of the wood and flaking of the finish is present in these two areas though it is hard to discern.

INTERIOR BULKHEADS:

The interior bulkheads were solid and well fitted where sighted.

WATER INTRUSION SIGNS:

Evidence of previous water intrusion was noted in the forward head and to the bottom left below the dinette window. Active moisture penetration was noted by 'moist' readings taken with the moisture meter below the forward window in the main salon on the port side and below the dinette window on the port side. Moisture was also detected below all windows on the starboard side.

STORAGE AREAS:

The cabinets, lockers, drawers, and shelving were adequate and well built where sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

CABIN APPOINTMENTS

INTERIOR DESCRIPTION: (continued)

HEADLINERS:

*C9

Headliner material in the salon, galley and staterooms appeared serviceable. There is evidence of prior moisture intrusion in the headliner of the forward head, at the forward starboard corner. Measured dry with moisture meter. Other prior damage was noted in the top of the cabinet above the refrigerator.

DOORWAYS:

*C10

Solid wood cabin and head doors throughout vessel. Louvered doors are provided for washer/dryer closet. All doorways functioned satisfactorily with the exception of the forward head door. The upper track hardware has separated from the door preventing it from operating smoothly and fully closing.

FABRIC AND CUSHIONS:

Fabrics and furniture for berths, and main salon appears to be of good quality and in like new condition.

FLOOR AND WINDOW COVERINGS:

Floor coverings are wood grain laminate throughout. Wooden Blinds are located throughout. All are newly installed.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Three sleeping berths (including the Master Stateroom) are provided. The forward stateroom is located above a smaller cuddy berth. A Queen size bed is provided for the master stateroom. Full size beds are provided in the other staterooms.

HEADS:

Two heads are located onboard "Sample Survey". The first head is located immediately aft of the galley and is equipped with an Incinolet type Marine Sanitation Device and washstand with sink and mirror. The second head is a 'Hollywood' style with two doors that allow access from the companionway or the Master Stateroom. This head is equipped with a second Incinolet MSD, a walk-in shower, washstand with sink, mirror and medicine cabinet.

SHOWERS:

The stand up shower enclosure in the aft head drains to the main stack. Operates and appears serviceable.

FAUCET FIXTURES:

The faucet fixtures and sinks were operable in both heads and in the galley.

III. SYSTEMS

CABIN APPOINTMENTS

INTERIOR DESCRIPTION: (continued)

LIGHT FIXTURES:

*C11

An adequate array of lighting fixture both 12 volt and 110 volt AC type throughout the vessel. Both overhead adjustable spot type lights and fluorescent fixtures provide the vessel with good lighting flexibility.

SALON FURNISHINGS:

Two burgundy leather sofas with accent cushions provide seating in the main salon. Both sofas appear to be in like new condition.

CABIN FURNISHINGS:

All cabin furnishings appeared to be of good to high quality and in very good condition.

TELEVISIONS:

None Sighted.

STEREO, ETC.:

An older model component stereo system is installed below the kitchen counter. System includes record player, tuner, equalizer, amplifier and dual cassette deck. Did not test.

GALLEY

LOCATION:

The galley is located to starboard in the aft portion of the main salon. It has good floor space and is well lit.

SINKS:

Double basin stainless steel sink 20" x 32" in good condition.

REFRIGERATION:

*B6

General Electric TFX22R located in Galley. Appears to be in satisfactory condition. Owner reported that the icemaker does not work. No ID plate sighted.

STOVE/OVEN:

*C12

General Electric Freestanding Range / Oven - Unit appears original, powers up and appears to be in operating order. Noted Oven door handle is bent but still functions adequately. Bottom drawer pull appears to be twisted downwards on left side but remains functional as well.

Model # J BP28G K3AD Serial # DA264379K

III. SYSTEMS

CABIN APPOINTMENTS

GALLEY (continued)

MICROWAVE:

General Electric Microwave oven - Original to vessel. Appears to be in good condition. Powers up. Model # JVM140001 Serial # AA958289S

DISHWASHER:

Unknown manufacturer/model. No ID plate sighted. Operational per owner who stated that they never used it.

MAIN ENGINES

TYPE:

PROPULSION

Two Volvo-Penta AQ211A V-8 gasoline engines.

SERIAL NUMBERS:

Port Engine Serial # 4100112401 Starboard Engine Serial # 4100112386

LABELS AND NOTICES:

The engines were clean and all required labels appeared to be in place and readable.

HORSE POWER:

210 Horsepower per www.marinepartseurope.com

NUMBER OF CYLINDERS:

Eight (8) in a V configuration.

INDICATED HOURS:

Port engine hours - 603.7 Starboard engine hours - 599.9

THROTTLE CONTROLS:

Micro Commander two station digital Throttle system. Located at both upper and lower helm stations. Appears operational.

FLAME ARRESTOR:

Yes, USCG approved.

ENGINE MOUNTS AND BED:

Engine mounts are bolted directly to aluminum stringers welded into the ships structure. Appear to be in good condition on both engines.

DRIP PANS:

None Sighted. Engine fluid and loose debris falls into bilge area.

III. SYSTEMS

PROPULSION

MAIN ENGINES (continued)

LUBRICATION:

Level and Condition: Appears serviceable. Filters: Engine mounted spin on/off canister type filters. Recommend that if the vessel is purchased, the oil and oil filters for both engines be serviced before the vessel is next underway.

VENTILATION:

Power blowers with flex tubing appears adequate. Natural, flow ventilation provided by cowl vents.

BILGE BLOWERS:

Power blower installed on starboard side. Powers up. Noted during inspection that the ducting had pulled away from the blower on the starboard side. Informed owner who reattached duct and ty-wrapped to secure it. Appears serviceable.

EXHAUST SYSTEM:

Raw water cooled with cast iron risers and flexible connection to outdrive exhaust. Hose to pipe connections are double clamped where sighted and appear serviceable.

CONDITION AND DEFICIENCIES:

Engines were winterized at the time of survey. Prospective buyer opted to not have them dewinterized and tested.

IGNITION PROTECTION:

*A1

Battery Charger on starboard bulkhead is wired into a conventional outlet. This is not satisfactory for an 'Ignition Protected' area. The outlet should be removed and the battery charger, if it is 'Ignition Protected' should be hardwired into the system. If the battery charger is not 'Ignition Protected' then the entire unit should be relocated forward of the engine compartment.

COOLING SYSTEM

TYPE:

Freshwater type cooling with raw water cooled wet exhaust.

RAW WATER STRAINERS:

None sighted.

HOSES AND CLAMPS:

*C13

Hoses single clamped and appear to be in satisfactory condition with the exception of the raw water intake hoses on each engine. Each of these hoses have tape wound around them near their connection to the impeller housing. Recommend removing this tape and if necessary replace hoses.

BELTS AND PULLEYS:

Belts and pulley condition appears serviceable.

III. SYSTEMS

PROPULSION

COOLING SYSTEM (continued)

SEACOCKS AND STRAINERS:

Only one active raw water in thru-hull was sited during the survey. This would be the gate valve controlled raw water in for the generator.

TRANSMISSIONS

TYPE:

Volvo Penta

Port side Model# 868130 Serial # 1101551844

Starboard side Model # 868130 Serial # 1101551350

CONTROLS:

Dual station MMC Micro Commander

Port engine Model # 00314 Serial # 02415

Starboard engine Model # 00314 Serial # 02462

FUEL SYSTEM

MAIN ENGINE(S) FUEL SYSTEM

FUEL TYPE:

Gasoline.

MATERIAL:

5052 Aluminum

NUMBER OF TANKS:

Two (2)

TANKS CAPACITY:

95 Gallons each per Manufacturers label

SECURED:

Metal frame welded to hull stringers.

III. SYSTEMS

FUEL SYSTEM

MAIN ENGINE(S) FUEL SYSTEM (continued)

LOCATION:

Fuel tanks are located against the forward bulkhead in the engine compartment to left and right of centerline.

MANUFACTURING LABEL:

The ABYC required labels were present and sighted on the fuel tanks.

FILL PIPE LOCATIONS:

Aft deck on centerline forward of center engine room hatch. Marked 'GAS'.

FILL PIPE GROUNDED:

Appears to be properly grounded.

FILL PIPE MATERIAL:

Type B1 USCG approved hose. Appears serviceable.

FILL PIPE FITTINGS:

Fill deck fitting clearly marked as fuel type gasoline.

HOSE CONNECTIONS, CLAMPS:

Double clamped where sighted, grade USCG type A1. Appears serviceable.

FUEL LINES AND FITTINGS:

Grade USCG type A1. Appears serviceable where sighted.

VENT LOCATION:

Not sighted.

SHUT-OFF VALVE:

Ball valves located at tanks. Appeared serviceable.

ANTI-SIPHON VALVE:

None Sighted.

FUEL FILTERS:

Engine mounted spin on/off type. Recommend that if the vessel is purchased, the fuel filters for both engines be serviced before the vessel is next underway.

FUEL PUMP TO CARB HOSE:

No, flexible hose sighted copper nickel type OEM manufacture supplied. Appears serviceable.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (D.C. SYSTEM)

VOLTAGE:

Lead acid battery powered 12 volt system.

III. SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (D.C. SYSTEM) (continued)

BATTERIES:

*B7, B8, C14

Four batteries installed in three banks. One battery to port engine for starting, second battery to generator for starting. Two additional batteries tied to starboard engine for house (accessories) and starting. Batteries are all automotive type. Recommend replacement with deep cycle marine batteries as they fail.

PANEL:

Overcurrent Protection: Bus type fuses and circuit breakers. Location: Helm and Main Electrical Panel on starboard bulkhead in companionway.

TYPE CONNECTORS:

Round Lugs: Captive type, and spade lugs where sighted. Condition: Appears serviceable.

ROUTING/SUPPORT:

Well supported and secured where sighted.

CHARGING SYSTEM:

Alternators on main engines, and gasoline powered generator. Appears serviceable.

CHARGING SYSTEM (BATTERY CHARGER):

Dytek Laboratories, Marine Grade battery charger located on starboard bulkhead of engine compartment. Model # GP-12-20 Serial # 1730 Output 12 Volt @ 20 Amps

CHARGING SYSTEM (ALTERNATOR):

Engine mounted alternators. Appear serviceable rated at 14 Volts @ 50 Amps

OUTLETS:

12 Volt outlet sighted in the helm station of cigarette socket type. Appeared serviceable.

TERMINAL BLOCKS:

Plastic double sided terminal block with captive lugs, well mounted and supported where sighted.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (A.C. SYSTEM)

SHORE POWER INLET:

*C15

Single Marinco 50 Amp. Located on forward deck in starboard corner. Weather protected cover. Attempted, but could not remove shore power cable from this connector. Owner stated that he never removed the cable at that end. Consequently, the ship side connection of this power inlet was not inspected.

III. SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (A.C. SYSTEM) (continued)

SHORE POWER:

Single 220 Volt/50 amp cable approximately 20' in length. Condition appears serviceable. Shore side connector in very good condition with no visible scorching or signs of overcurrent.

AC SOURCE SELECTOR SWITCH:

Manual plastic slide type. Located in main electric panel.

MAIN BREAKER:

100 Amp three pole breaker located in Main Electrical panel.

BRANCH BREAKERS:

Branch breakers located in main electrical panel and appear to be accurately marked.

CIRCUIT LOAD MONITORS:

Three meters provided in main electrical panel; Battery Voltage, AC Amperage and AC Voltage. Tested OK.

CONNECTIONS (TYPE):

Not sighted.

WIRE TYPE (SIZE AND RATING):

Size and rating, where sighted, appears well routed and supported, serviceable for intended use.

ROUTING:

*A2, B9

Well routed and supported where sighted with some exceptions noted. Noted no chafe protection where main electrical cable passes from forward hold to center hold on the starboard side.

OUTLETS:

Tested all outlets for proper grounding and polarity. Found no defect.

POLARITY:

The polarity was checked by myself at all outlets that I could find and proved normal.

GALVANIC ISOLATOR:

None Sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (A.C. SYSTEM) (continued)

NOTE:

*A3

Checked shore power cable to determine if their was any leakage of AC voltage into the water. Asked the owner to turn on as much equipment as possible with the boat mostly winterized. Meter indicated 0.1 amps. Asked the owner to shut everything he turned on down and meter dropped to 0.0 amps. Have contacted the owner to further investigate this issue on 10/26/2013.

Met with Mr. Matherly again this afternoon(10/27/2013). Repeated the energize the boat exercise but could not duplicate the leakage of AC voltage into the water. Attempted several different readings. At this point must conclude that previous reading was false. Confirmed that the dock side shore power cord is only three wire with no safety ground. Examined the vessel's shore power cord and confirmed that it is indeed a properly wired four wire system. Two hot, one neutral and one safety ground. Explained to the owner that he needs to have the dock side shore power cord replaced with a proper four wire cable to be as safe as possible. He stated he understood and would do that if the boat did not sell.

GENERATORS AND INVERTERS

TYPE:

Generator driven by gasoline powered internal combustion engine.

MANUFACTURER:

Westerbeke Model# 12.5-BTG-614 Engine Serial # 257831-C904 Generator Serial # 7565

FUEL TYPE:

Gasoline powered.

KILOWATT RATING:

12.5 KW per ID Plate

VOLTAGE RATING:

120/240 VAC

NUMBER OF CYLINDERS:

Four (4)

INDICATED HOURS:

760.6 per Meter mounted on Generator.

LOCATION:

Engine compartment, on centerline forward.

III. SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

GENERATORS AND INVERTERS (continued)

FLUID LEVELS:

Coolant normal. Oil normal. Recommend that if vessel is purchased all fluids be renewed according to the manufactures recommended specifications as soon as possible.

COOLING SYSTEM:

Closed coolant and raw water exhaust type.

FUEL SUPPLY:

Fuel System: Engine mounted mechanical pump. Serviceable.

FUEL FILTER:

None Sighted.

LUBRICATION SYSTEM:

Engine mounted mechanical oil pump with spin on/off type filter.

EXHAUST SYSTEM:

Aqua lift type FRP (fiber reinforced plastic). Raw water cooled with metal canister, flexible

coupling sections single clamped where sighted.

Appears serviceable otherwise.

FLAME ARRESTOR:

Yes, USCG approved.

WARNING LABELS:

The required labels appeared to be in place and readable.

DC/AC INVERTER:

PROsine 3.0/12 Inverter / Charger installed at forward bulkhead in center hold. Model # 3.0/12 Serial # 21514825

LOCATION & VENTILATION:

*B10

Inverter batteries are located in the forward hold against the aft bulkhead. The space is of adequate size, but is not ventilated.

INVERTER INPUT VOLTS/AMPS:

120 Volts AC / 18 Amps

INVERTER OUTPUT VA/WATTS:

12 Volts DC / 120 Amps

III. SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

GENERATORS AND INVERTERS (continued)

INVERTER BATTERIES:

*B11, B12, C16

The ten inverter batteries are all 6 Volt DC Golf Cart batteries tied together to form five banks each consisting of two 6 volt batteries connected in series. The batteries are Exide GC-135 make and model. Six of the ten batteries are stored inside of a clear plastic tub, the other four have no spill containment at all. The batteries are not secured against movement, nor are the ungrounded terminals protected against accidental contact. The power leads connecting the batteries to the Inverter pass through the aluminum bulkhead, but are not properly protected against chaffing. Several batteries have loose hardware and are in need of service.

FRESH WATER SYSTEM

FRESH WATER SYSTEM: (POTABLE WATER)

STORAGE TANKS:

Two aluminum water tanks sized 29" x 29" x 22" with a calculated volume of 85 gallons each are located on centerline at the aft end of the center hold. Condition appears serviceable.

ACCESS:

Access to tanks and valves appears adequate.

FILL PIPE LOCATION:

Starboard side deck outboard of primary helm station.

VENT PIPE LOCATION:

Top of tank. Overflow tube appears to drain into bilge.

ACCUMULATOR TANK:

None Sighted.

PUMPS:

*C17

Shurflo 3.3 GPM 12 Volt DC Model # 2088-433-344

FILTERS:

None Sighted.

HOSES AND CLAMPS:

PVC pipe, and reinforced plastic tubing at various areas throughout vessel. Appears serviceable where sighted.

DOCK SIDE PRESSURE REGULATOR:

None Sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

FRESH WATER SYSTEM

FRESH WATER SYSTEM (HOT WATER SYSTEM)

TYPE:

A 110 Volt AC household type Hot Water heater is installed at the aft end of the center hold.

MANUFACTURER:

Speed-O-Matic Hot Water heater. No ID plate visible. Estimate to have 17 Gallon capacityh. Appears to be in good condition.

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE:

Yes, bronze pressure relief valve installed on tank. Drains to bilge.

SANITATION

SANITATION (BLACK WATER)

MANUFACTURER:

This vessel uses two Incinerator Toilets as Marine Sanitation Devices (Cl,ass III MSD's) both units appear to be in like new condition. The forward head uses a Model WB manufactured by Research Products/Blankenship. The aft head uses a Model WB/TR-III Incinolet manufactured by Research Products/Blankenbship.

NUMBER OF HEADS:

Two (2) heads on vessel.

LOCATION OF HEADS:

Both heads are located to starboard along companionway.

M.S.D TYPE USCG SYSTEM:

Certification Type: MSD U.S.C.G. Type III. (Incinerators)

RAW WATER SUPPLY AND CLAMPS:

*C18

Existing through-hulls for raw water supply are still in place. Recommend that they be permanently capped off to prevent accidental flooding.

DISCHARGE HOSES AND CLAMPS:

No longer used. Recommend removal and sanitization of area if required.

PUMP-OUT LOCATION:

None

SANITATION (GREY WATER)

BASINS, SHOWERS, HOSES AND CLAMPS:

A PVC drain system collects grey water from all locations on board and carries it to a drain

stack located at the aft starboard corner of the center hold where it is dumped overboard. Appears serviceable where sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

STEERING SYSTEM

STEERING SYSTEM

TYPE:

Sea Star Hydraulic Steering system Model # BA135-8EM appears serviceable where sighted.

LOCATIONS:

Primary helm station and fly bridge.

LINES AND FITTINGS:

Reinforced flexible hose, with metallic fittings. Appears serviceable.

MOUNTING:

Cylinder and ram actuator are well secured.

RUDDER POSITION INDICATOR:

Kreuter (KM) brand LED style Rudder position indicator installed at primary helm station and at fly bridge per owner.

GROUND TACKLE

GROUND TACKLE

ANCHORS:

Two Danforth style anchors, one approximately 35 pounds located in forward hold. Second unit approximately 20 pounds located in deck box on aft deck. Both units appear to be in good condition.

RODE MATERIAL:

Rode material does not convey with vessel per owner.

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

VHF:

Uniden President VHF radio installed at helm. Powers up.

DEPTH SOUNDER:

Lowrance 3400 digital depth gauge installed at primary helm station. Appears serviceable.

ANTENNAS:

VHF antenna mounted to starboard side of fly bridge, appears to be in poor condition.

III. SYSTEMS

THRU-HULLS:

THRU-HULLS

THRU-HULLS ABOVE WATER LINE (DIAGRAM):

THRU-HULLS THRU-HULLS ABOVE WATER LINE (DIAGRAM): Abbreviation Description BP Bilge Pumps DD

Abbreviation

Description

BP

Bilge Pumps

DD

Deck Drain

DF

Deck Fill

EP

Exhst Ports

Stack

Drain Stack

W/D

Washer Dryer

**Red Icon(s) with white text indicates inoperable item.

III. SYSTEMS

THRU-HULLS: (continued)

THRU-HULLS

THRU-HULLS BELOW WATER LINE (DIAGRAM):

THRU-HULLS THRU-HULLS BELOW WATER LINE (DIAGRAM): Abbreviation Description Disch Main Grey Discharge

Abbreviation

Description

Disch

Main Grey Discharge

ENGINE

Engine

GEN

Generator

GV

Gate Valve

Head

Head - Raw Water In

TD

Transducer

**Red Icon(s) with white text indicates inoperable item.

NOTE:

All below the water line thru-hulls with the exception of the generator raw water input are stand-pipes without any type of valve. Recommend that all of these unused thru-hulls be permanently capped to prevent accidental flooding.

GALVANIC ISOLATION:

None Sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SAFETY EQUIPMENT (UNITED STATES COAST GUARD)

NUMBER AND TYPE OF PFD'S:

*C19

Located approximately 25 Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) in center hold below primary helm station. Appear to be in fair to like new condition.

NUMBER OF THROWABLE PFD'S:

Three (3) Type IV-U.S.C.G. approved throwable devices on board. Life rings located to starboard on forward deck and to port and starboard on aft deck. All appear to be in very good condition.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

Three (3) Size: Two BI dry chemical with gauges. Location: Main salon cabin at helm, and engine room. In galley adjacent to buffet, lower stateroom and in Master Stateroom. Units at main helm, and in galley have depleted charge. Other two units appear serviceable.

VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS:

None sighted.

SOUND DEVICES:

Ship's bell located on forward deck. Electric powered horn located to starboard at primary helm and at fly bridge. Operate satisfactorily.

FLAME ARRESTORS:

Yes, USCG approved.

POWER EXHAUST BLOWERS:

Yes, operable.

NAVIGATION LIGHTS:

*A4

Sidelights are operable. Mast head light is operable. All-round light is inoperable. Sternlight is operable.

INLAND NAVIGATION RULE BOOK (12M-39'4" OR LONGER):

*C20

Not sighted.

"NO OIL DISCHARGE" PLAQUE:

*C21

None Sighted.

III. SYSTEMS

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SAFETY EQUIPMENT (UNITED STATES COAST GUARD) (continued)

TRASH DISPOSAL PLACARD:

*C22

None sighted.

FCC STATION LICENSE (VHF EQUIPPED ONLY):

*C23

None Sighted.

WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN (OVER 40'):

None Sighted.

FCC STATION LICENSE:

No. Note: Must provide FCC station license to comply with USCG regulations.

AUXILIARY SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SMOKE DETECTOR:

*A5

None Sighted.

FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM (HALON TYPE):

*A6

Kidde Fyre Watch automatic Halon 1211 fire extinguishing system installed. Did not test. Gauge on Halon bottle indicates depleted charge.

SEARCH LIGHT:

Searchlight with remote control installed forward on upper deck. Remote control located at primary helm station. Fully operational per owner.

FIRST AID KIT:

Located beneath sink in forward head.

FUME SNIFFER ALARM SYSTEMS:

Marine Technologies SA-1A Gas Vapor Detector system installed at primary helm station. Did not test.

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS:

*A7

No Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors is installed.

III. SYSTEMS

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

BILGE PUMPS

LIST:

*C24

Rule 1500 bilge pump installed in engine compartment at aft centerline. Pumps overboard through transom. Powered up when activated manually. Boat Mate 1350 GPH bilge pump installed at aft end of center hold on centerline. Pumps to starboard through topside thru-hull. Powered up when activated manually.

Neither bilge pump is configured to start and run automatically. Recommend replacement with automatic style pumps or addition of float switches and required additional wiring to make systems automatic.

AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT (AIR CONDITIONING)

AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT (HEAT)

TYPE:

TRANE XE900 Heat Pump system installed. Units are dated to appear original to vessel. System is operational per owner.

Outside Condenser unit (Located on aft deck) Model # TWD724B100A0 Serial # D07257570

Inside Evaporator unit (located in center hold forward of cuddy berth) Model # TWH724B140A0 Serial # D16352068

HOSES, CLAMPS AND CONNECTORS:

Appears serviceable where sighted.

IV. FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Deficiencies noted under ''SAFETY'' should be addressed before vessel is next underway. These findings represent an endangerment to personnel and/or the vessel's safe and proper operating condition. Findings may also be in violation of U.S.C.G. regulations.

Deficiencies noted under ''OTHER DEFICIENCIES'' should be corrected in the near future so as to maintain standards and to help the vessel to retain it's value.

Deficiencies will be listed under the appropriate heading:

A. SAFETY DEFICIENCIES

B. OTHER DEFICIENCIES NEEDING ATTENTION

C. SURVEYORSNOTES AND OBSERVATIONS

A. SAFETY DEFICIENCIES:

A.1 (PAGE 15) IGNITION PROTECTION:

Battery Charger on starboard bulkhead is wired into a conventional outlet. This is not satisfactory for an 'Ignition Protected' area. The outlet should be removed and the battery charger, if it is 'Ignition Protected' should be hardwired into the system. If the battery charger is not 'Ignition Protected' then the entire unit should be relocated forward of the engine compartment.

 

FINDINGS

RECOMMENDATIONS

Battery Charger on starboard bulkhead is wired into a conventional outlet. This is

The outlet should be removed and the battery charger, if it is 'Ignition Protected' should be hardwired into the system. If the battery charger is not 'Ignition Protected' then the entire unit should be relocated forward of the engine compartment. Either way, the outlet should be removed from the engine compartment.

not satisfactory for an 'Ignition Protected'