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1961 Navy LCM6

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Justin Scerbo


1961 Navy LCM61961 Navy LCM61961 Navy LCM61961 Navy LCM61961 Navy LCM6
PH (2O7)-589-4488 FAX (207)-589-449l SURVEY REPORT ON: 9/03/04 VESSEL NAME: No Name TYPE OF VESSEL: LCM-3 Navy utility vessel HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: C69550 DOCUMENTATION NTJMBER: Maine Reg: ME-1132W VESSEL MODEL: LCM-3 - utility barge / landing craft - reworked by U.S.

Navy for use as a Hard Hat Diving vessel MODEL YEAR AND/OR YEAR OF MANUFACTURE Approx 1945 TO 1961 - exact date unknown Reworked by U.S.

Navy - at Electric Boat Division, Conn.

In 1997 BUILDER Builder unknown - Gov’t contract Rework by Electric Boat Division in Coim for U.S.Navy CURRENT OWNER: Marine Moving Services, Inc.

Justin Scerbo 293 West Mills Rd.



SURVEY REQUESTED BY: Owner DATE OF SURVEY INSPECTION: 9/02/04 2 of 7 DATE OF REPORT: 9/03/04 LOCATION OF SURVEY: Westport, Maine HOW THE VESSEL WAS OBSERVED: hi water PARTIES PRESENT AT TIME OF SURVEY: Owner and Mac Hamman AMS GENERAL DESCRIP lION: This vessel is a U.S.Navy utility Barge / landing craft of heavy steel construction.

Current configuration has a PITMAN crane mounted fwd on a raised section WITH storage under.

Aft of the crane area was originally a solid deck used for transporting material and later as dive platform.

Currently deck has been cut out and will be reinstalled as opening hatches w/ hydraulic opening capability.

The engine room is aft w/ twin diesel engines, a diesel Generator, AC panels , Battery charger and storage.

Above the engine room is a Main cabin w/ shower, (GAS stove/OVEN), (GAS/ELECTRIC refrigerator), / bilge pump and storage.

Above this is the wheelhouse w/ Engine controls and instrumentation, electronics, steering and DC panels.

INTERIOR LAYOUT: Layout from Forward - At the bow is a crane mounted on a raised section w/ storage and maintenance access under.

Aft of this is the cargo hold and deck.

Aft of this is the mnin cabin with Shower, stove, refrigeration, chemical toilet, hotwater heater, a ventilation and wire run area leading from the engine room to the Wheelhouse above.

There is also a cupboard storage area.

Alt of this is a lazerette with dual drum winch and a hatch for access to the lazerette for storage and access to steering mechanism.

Below the Main cabin is a spacious engine room w/ Twin diesels engines , Diesel generator, 200 amp battery charger, Hydraulic systems, AC panels, Generator panel and storage.

Above the main cabin is the Wheelhouse w/ a hydraulic steering station, engine instruments and controls, Electronics, wiper controls, a captains seat and hatch in deck for access to below.

Gauges and switching on the console mcludes but is not limited to : Oil pressure, Water Temp, Trans oil pressure, Depth and alarm, Tachometers, Battery condition, exhaust temp, engine shutoffs, start buttons, horn, 12V to 24V switching, Gauge switch, Anchor light, Running lights, Deck lights, wiper, Crane hydraulic pump. 3 of 7 HULL COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE: hull material: steel - 1/4” plate bottom - Has a double hull on sides w/ 5 watertight compartments port and starb’d. hull thickness: 3/16” frames: 3/8” fastenings (for wooden vessels- pulled or not): steel decking: Combination of Steel, stainless steel and aluminum - 1/4” superstructure: Aluminum construction - 1/4” deck. 1/8” wall. 1/4” roof w/ T framing - 3/16” bulkheads and ceilings: 1/4” alum MECHANTCAL SYSTEMS: Main engine(s) model: 2 - GM - detroit diesel - V6-53 serial no.

Fuel type: Diesel Rated horsepower: 2020 each Age of unit, last overhaul and/or hours of operation: Engines - 1978 - new rebuild - April 2001 - have 150 hrs on rebuild.

Reduction gear and attached units: 3 to 1 - industrial Borg-Warner - Velvet Drives.

Engine cooling system: Raw water - Jabsco water pumps Engine exhaust system: Dry exhaust - new 3” copper Engine compartment ventilation 5HP and blower(s): Large capacity blower (new) for engine room.

Shaft mat’l and size: 2” bronze Shaft bearings(s): Cutlass bearing at strut and stern tube Prop(s), material, size, pitch, and number of blades: Nitril - VG - 24” by 18” RH Steering system, type and number of stations: Hydraulic - one station 4 of 7 Rudder: 2 - stainless steel Heads - quantity and type: one chemical toilet Showers - quantity and type: in main cabin Cooking facilities, type and energy source: LP gas stove - main cabin - LP gas tanks outside aft main deck level Heating and Air conditioning systems: Buss type heater to be installed Refrigeration systems: Refrigerator in main cabin Dewatering systems: Pumps, quantity and type: High capacity bilge pump w/ float switch - 2” outlet Gas powered fire / bilge pump -Kawasaki High water, bilge alarms: NO TANKAGE AND PIPING: Fuel tank(s) - material, location, capacity and installation: 2 - 250 gal steel tanks - located in engine room Water Tank(s) - material, location, quantity, installation: Port side section of double hull being used - 400 gals + Cooking fuel - material, location, quantity, installation: LP Gas - located aft outside of main cabin - main deck level Waste systems - material, location, quantity, installation Chemical toilet located main cabin Thru-hull fittings below the water line: Engine intake Transducer 5 of 7 Lightning protection systems: Normal - cone of protection.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: DC system and voltage: 12V and 24 V systems w/ DC panels in wheelhouse, battery switches and monitoring gauges.

General wiring is heavy duty , neat and clean for the most part and all in good working order AC system and voltage Has AC power w/ generator and shore power w/ panels in engine room Storage batteries: 2- l2V-8D 4 - 12 V - industrial use batteries for back-up Auxilliary electrical generation systems: 40 Amp - 3 phase generator - 4 cyl perkins w/ 3 phase panel in engine room Battery charging system: 1.

Battery charger 2. 24V alternator 3. 12 V alternator 4. 12 V alt on generator.

Electrical monitonng system: Amp gauges, volt meters, engine panels, generator panel and battery condition gauge Cathodic Protection: Zincs - 30 + plates Bonding systems: yes 6 of 7 ELECTRONTCS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT Compass: Ritchie Communications system: VHF - Uniden Radar: JRC - Radar - 1000 Fathometer: Hawkeye Depth and alarm Knotmeter: GPS GPS: Standard Horizon - GPS Chart plotter 175 C Loran: no Autopilot: No SAF’ETY EQUIPMENT: Personal Flotation devices: 6 adult Throwable device: yes -2 Sound signals: Horn and whistle Visual distress signals: Flare Kit Navigational lighting.

As required Vapor detectors: No Life rafts and/or floats: No Lifelines and harnesses: No Other survival equipment: None EPIRB: no Survival suits: One survival suit FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: Type, size and location of units.

I large extinguisher 2 small extinguishers Pumps and hoses. bilge pump 2 10" spuds added since Survey and another 20 GPM hydraulic pump on the Perkins, crane and winch can run on one of the Detroits or Perkins of both to combine the flow.

ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT VALUE: Estimated new construction of the same vessel could easily reach:$250,000 to $300,000 Respectfully Submitted, Malcolm E.

Hanimin Accredited Marine Surveyor 7 of7 CONDITION AND RECOMMENDATIONS: This vessel is in overall good to very good condition w many systems as new.

The vessel is still undergoing final repairs and rework.

Quality of the work being done is very good.

The hull itself is in very good condition w/ a new 1/4” bottom installed in 1997.

All hull framing, deck framing, decks and superstructure are sound w/ new work being upgrades or improvements.

Much of the new work in the main cabin is for living area accommodations.

Used stove and refrigeration are being installed as well as a chemical toilet.

The engines were run and started easily and ran smooth.

The crane was run and used - very good condition The main cargo area deck was removed and will be reinstalled as opening hatches w/ hydraulic opening capability - all work to this point is of good quality.

This vessel is going thru a thorough refit and this should cover any items needed.

I did not fmd any serious items needing attention.

The vessel is safe and seaworthy as is and suitable for any work it was intended for CURRENT MARKET VALUE: Based on a caparison of sales and listings of comparable vessels and taking mto account the new work and condition of the vessel as well as the U.S.Navy estimated value set when the vessel was bought at auction, I would place a fair market value of: $100,000

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Engine Count:Twin
Engine Hours:150
Hull Material:Steel
Condition:Very Good

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