|Liegeplatz||Tacoma, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten|
|Länge über alles||9.3 m|
|Länge an der Wasserlinie||8.84 m|
|Min. Tiefgang||1.22 m|
|Motoren - Standort||enums.engine-location.center|
|Treibstoffstanks||2 x 300 gal (Rostfreier Stahl)|
|Frischwassertanks||2 x 150 gal (Rostfreier Stahl)|
|Fäkalientanks||1 x 15 gal (Plastik)|
The Tung Hwa 30 was built to compete with the Grand Banks 32 and was marketed as a Clipper 30 and North Sea Clipper.
This boat was purchased by the current owner in 1991 and trucked to Tacoma from San Diego. In 1996 she had the flybridge completely removed and replaced including a hard extension over the cockpit. At the same time, Padden Creek Boatyard in Bellingham performed a complete gel coat removal and blister prevention rebuild.The decks show fresh anti skid coating and the rest of the boat is an extremely good condition.
You walk on the boat through the 6 foot deep Cockpit into the Salon. The galley is aft on the port side and in front of that is a dinette for four which converts into a double berth. On the starboard side is a sitting bench that converts into two single berths.The helm is forward of that with a sliding door to the handrail protected side deck. Going down the companionway to the private Master Stateroom there is a large hanging locker on the starboard side with the head on the port side. The flybridge has bench seating for four people but room for many more and significant storage in lockers.
Main engine, Ford Lehman, four-cylinder, 80 hp diesel was removed, completely, disassembled, reassembled, tested and reinstalled March 2019 by Modutech tech and Tacoma Diesel at a cost of $19,400. (it had 7,000 hr prior to rebuild)
Balmar alternator and ARS-5-H regulator
New instrument gauges for oil pressure and temperature both at the main helm and at the flybridge helm
Garmin radar, Phantom 18, with multi function split screen hooked up to the depth sounder transducer, built in GPS and chart plotter.
Windlass Muir Storm 850
House battery bank: 4 deep cycle 6 volt Dyno 6V-S3 (2017) connetced in 2 banks (2 batteries each) with 260 Ahr capacity at 12 volts (520 Ahr total, mounted easily accessible in special battery box in lazarett. They are also starting batteries for main engine.
Inverter/Battery charger: 30 Kw Heart Freedom with Heart 458 remote control. The inverter is located in the engine room, the controller located in the passage way above the main electric panel.
110v, 30 amp AC shore power connection, with galvanic isolator and new 50' white shore power cord(stored).
Combined electrical distribution panel and circuit breakers for both 12 V and 110 V located in the companionway on the starboard side.
Open and easy access to backside (server-side) of the electrical panel from the hanging locker.
Anchor Marine wires
Aqua Signal navigation Lights
Lighting both 12V (mainly LED bulbs) and 110V
2 electric bilge pumps (Rule)
Inverter – Heart 3KW with Heart 458 inverter/battery monitor control.
Shore power inlet.
Electrical Circuit: 110V
AM/FM automotive radio and 2 marine speakers
Muir Storm 850 vertical windlass with 3/8 chain, 300 feet and spare 100’ chain with 200’ line.
Main Anchor CQR. Spare anchor Fortress Guardian FRT-G
Batteries: 2 bank House battery (also used as starting battery), (2+2) 6 volt deep cycle batteries
Two 150 gallon diesel tanks (stainless steel) in engine room
Wagner hydraulic steering. New larger ram with less pressure
Board mounted Racor fuel filter system with dual filter pass, electric fuel pump and valving for fuel polish and system pressurization, aux. filter for gen set and Webasto heater
Hot and cold pressure water. Stainless sink in Galley. New Moen faucet
Hot water tank (110V and engine heat)
Vacuflush toilet plumbed with sweet water (less odor, less problem). 15 gallon poly holding tank w/maserator
Enclosed head convert to shower
Webasto HL 32 hot air diesel heater, 11,000 BTU, dual outlet
Red Dot heater using engine coolant as heat source (only when engine is operating)
Magic Chef 4 burner propane range and oven
Norcold DE-704 (110 and 12 Volt) refrigerator
Lighting both 12V (mainly LED bulbs) and 110V
Forespar NovaLift manual boom hoist mounted on Flybrige deck. Kayak Lift.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.