|Typ||37 Victory Tug|
|Liegeplatz||Addison, Vermont, Vereinigte Staaten|
|Länge über alles||11.28 m|
LNVT For Sale
Located on Lake Champlain, Vermont
Callisto, Hull #19 is a carefully maintained 1984 37’ Lord Nelson Victory Tug. She combines the traditional distinctive working tug style with comfortable cruising amenities. She enjoyed a mechanical overhaul with a new Yanmar 4LHA-HTP- 154HP Diesel (1070 hrs), a new Bog Warner Transmission, and Michigan Workhorse 24" x 14" Propeller. In addition to her head turning flag blue paint scheme, her interior soft goods tastefully compliment the warm teak saloon. Callisto is an economical trawler in exceptional condition. She cruises Lake Champlain and off-season is stored indoors.
This unique craft is a fantastic cruising trawler. The inspiration for the yacht's dramatic sheer lines came from New York City's Moran Tugs of the 1950’s and 1960’s. The design specifically incorporated the superstructure and raised bow which give the appearance of a working tugboat. Below the waterline however the full-displacement hull has elements of a Maine lobster boat shape with a full-length ballasted keel extending under a single propeller in front of a large rudder.
Length No. Built Draft Beam Displacement Staterooms/Heads Engine Cruise Range
37'/11m 76(1983-88) 3'6"/1.1m 13'2"/4.0m 20,500 lbs. 1/1 154 HPx1 7 kt. 1,200 nm
• Stairs between Pilothouse and Salon are to starboard
• Pilot house has single engine-room floor-hatch to port
• Straight salon settee to port
• Galley to port
• Stateroom has offset double v-berth, a hanging locker to port, and a long double seat to starboard
Mechanical and Engine Detail
• Diesel Yanmar #4LHA-HTP, 154-hp turbocharged water cooled (repowered in 2003; current 1070-hours)
• Generator: Northern Lights 4.5K-watt w/ sound shield, Model# M643. Driven by a Lugger three cylinder, freshwater cooled diesel (current 130-hours)
• Transmission: Borg Warner Velvet Drive model# 10-18-010; ratio transmission is 2.5.7
• Bow thruster: Sleipner 12-volt Side-Power, model# SP75T Dual Prop forward, equipped with safety overload protection and joystick control
• Filters: primary are Double Racor #500 with pressure gage.
• Propeller: Michigan Workhorse — bronze 4-blade fixed 24x14
• PSS Dripless stuffing box shaft seal
Electronics & Navigation Equipment
• Garmin touch screen 5012 GPS With XM Weather and Garmin 16" HD Radar
• Garmin 3006C "All-In-One" GPS color chartplotter, with depth and speed reader, sonar, Radar, and fishfinder, w/ 6.4" color LCD screen (2007)
• 3 VHF radio(s): Icom IC-M56 VHF radio; Horizon Eclipse+; Icom 5011 VHF with blue tooth remote
• 8" Ritchie Compass mounted in polished brass cowl
• Raytheon ST6000 12-volt autopilot w/ remote (rebuilt)
• Million+ candlepower RayLine 10” spotlight w/ remote search light control
• Kahlenberg tug air horn w/ compressor.
• Generator: Northern Lights 4.5K-watt Lugger diesel w/ sound shield, Model# M643 (current 105-hours)
• DC to AC Inverter: Prosine 1000 watt
• Battery Charger: Xantrex TrueCharge 40 amp three step automatic marine-grade
• Batteries: Three (3) 4D AGM batteries.
• Alternator: Balmar 60-100-SR-IG W/ MC-614 Regulator w/ Smartgage battery monitor.
• 12 volt DC systems lighting and outlets throughout
• 110 volt AC system, lighting and outlets throughout
• VDO duel fuel gauges and sending units
Deck & Hull
• Windlass: Maxwell Nilsson electric 12-volt windlass with deck foot switch
• Saltwater anchor wash system
• Anchors: Primary: 65-lb steel Forfjord #6, with 250-feet of 3/8” BBB galvanized chain. Secondary: aluminum Fortress FX-23 Danforth-style, with 10-feet of chain and 200-feet of three strand nylon rode
• Movable Genoa tracks along each side serve as fender anchors
• Bilge Pump(s): Primary is a manual diaphragm-style pump with suction line lead deep to the bilge area aft of the main engine. Secondary is a Rule#750 12-volt submersible, equipped with an integral automatic sensing device and manual override switch
• Smokestack (non-functioning) on upper deck serves as the propane locker
• (2) Bomar cockpit hatch-covers provide access to aft lazarette
• Custom made Mast and Boom system with stainless folding tabernacle.
• Custom Bimini over solon doors
• Diesel Fuel: 240 gallons, stored in four separate tanks. All tanks are filled via 2 common fills ports and starboard and are equipped with VDO Fuel sending units and a common 12-volt gauge
• Water: 85 gallons, stored in four separate stainless steel tanks
• Holding: 55-liter flexible rubber holding tank
• Hot water heater: 12-gallon stainless steel, with cumulative water consumption flow meter as well as an accumulator tank
Comfort & Convenience
• Cruisair reverse cycle marine HVAC system, 16,000 BTU and new SMX II microprocessor control, (heat & AC).
• Grunert (Adler Barbour) 11 cubic foot top-load refrigerator/freezer box system; 12-volt seawater cooled, with three eutectic (cold) holding plates
• Built-in liquor cabinet for wines & spirits
• All settees, chairs, and v-berth have been professionally re-upholstered with Sunbrella fabric, in nautical patterns (2006)
• Sunbrella custom Bimini over Salon exterior doors.
• Fold-out stool for helmsman in pilothouse — originally a mast-seat from a Hinkley Bermuda
• Force 10 LP propane cabin heater
• Force 10 gimbled propane stove / oven
• JVC Stereo (FM/AM/CD) w/ (2) Polyplanar speakers and XM Radio
• (2) TV/Phone outlets
• (2) 18”x18”x24” Frigid rigid super-insulated coolers (stowed on the upper deck)
• Full complement of flag blue (25’) and red (35’) docking lines and fenders, PFD's (8), USCG Ring Buoys (2), shore power cord, Ensign & Flagstaff
• Jabsco electric macerating pump toilet, with 55 liter holding tank.
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.