1980 BANGOR SHIPYARD 67FT CONVERTED MFV CHARTER CRUISE VESSEL

£500,000 tax not paid

Outstanding converted MFV

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBangor Shipyard 67ft Converted MFV Charter Cruise Vessel
Year1980
Boat NameThe Highland Lassie
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£500,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingDochgarroch Inverness, United Kingdom
Reference2385804

Specifications

LOA20.42m (66'0")
Beam6.7m (21'0")
Draft3.04m (9'0")
Displacement203209kg
Hull ConstructionWood
EngineKelvin T8 - 535hp
FuelDiesel
Cruising SpeedNo data
Max SpeedNo data
Berths10
Cabins5

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Mark Cameron
Broker - Grabau International Scotland

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mark@grabauinternational.com

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    Description

    Outstanding converted MFV, configured as a luxury min-cruise vessel. Converted to the very highest standards using the finest materials and offered for sale at a fraction of her project cost and with circa £25,000 per week charter potential once commercial coding is completed.

    FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

    Originally built as the ‘FLAGRANT CLOUD’ PD233 by Bangor Ship Yard, Northern Ireland and launched in 1980 as the construction of traditional MFV hulls in timber was coming to an end. The boat was based in Peterhead throughout its working life, becoming the Scotia in the 1990’s before being retired from commercial operations. Purchased by her current owner in 2008 the boat has been a labour of love as she is converted to 5 double cabin (plus crew quarters) mini cruise vessel with all works completed by professional tradesmen to the highest standards using the finest materials, and under the supervision of a marine surveyor.

    Her specification highlights include:-
    • 5x double cabins, all with ensuites plus further crew cabin with heads
    • Larch on Oak construction.
    • Pine & Oak tongue & groove interior panelling with custom oak panel doors
    • Total renovation and rebuild over past seasons
    • Kelvin T8 8-cylinder 535hp marine diesel engine
    • BetaGen 33 29kva diesel generator
    • Tecnicomar Ecomar 32S Sewage Treatment Plant plus 1,000 litre holding tank
    • 6,000 litres of fresh water capacity
    • 7,000 litres fuel capacity
    • Simrad navigation equipment from 2022 including Halo 24 radar and twin 22” LCD displays
    • AIS Transponder
    • Professional galley with commercial gas range, combi steam oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
    • 6x Jabsco electric heads
    • Combi-boiler system plus 29kw diesel-fired wet system boiler
    • Washing machine and dryer
    • TV in saloon

    Now renamed HIGHLAND LASSIE, she is berthed on the Caledonian Canal at Dochgarroch. Her refit works are now in the final stages of completion, after which she will be ready for commercial coding ahead of the 2023 season where based upon comparable vessels in the area, she offers the potential to generate circa £25,000 peak season.

    Specification

    CONSTRUCTION

    RCD Status
    • We understand the yacht is exempt from the Recreational Craft Directive

    Hull Construction:
    • Carvel larch planking, 3” thick
    • Oak frames, double framed below WL
    • Double oak stringers, 3” x 10”
    • Oak wood keel
    • Steel structural floors
    • Steel engine beds
    • Metal keel shoe
    • Stainless steel stemhead capping with stem and sternpost bands
    • Topsides painted September 2022

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Steel beam shelf
    • Steel deck beams
    • 3” thick laid teak main deck
    • Decks finished with antislip coating
    • Oak frames superstructure with oak planking to finish externally
    • Upper deck finished in laid oak planking
    • Spray foam insulation within superstructure frame
    • Gas filled double glazing units with toughened glass to finish, all custom made.

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Full length oak wood keel
    • Steel plate rudder supported on steel skeg

    Engine:
    • Kelvin T8 marine diesel engine (1980)
    • 535hp @ 1300rpm
    • 8 Cylinder, 4-stroke, turbo charged, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine
    • Kelvin integrated hydraulic reversing reduction marine gearbox
    • Single lever engine controls
    • Racor duplex primary fuel filters

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine stripped and re-built, new pistons and liners, reconditioned turbo charger, fuel pump and injectors serviced and recalibrated, alternator and starter motor overhauled 2012
    • Engine last serviced spring 2022
    • Cruising speed 10kts @ 850rpm

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • 3 blade bronze propellor
    • Tenfjord hydraulic steering system
    • Wheel and joystick steering with power assistance
    • 24VDC hydraulic power pack operating steering system
    • Rudder position indicator

    Generator:
    • BetaGen 33 Marine diesel generator
    • 29.0kVA, single phase, 1500RPM
    • Kubota based marinized diesel engine
    • 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled diesel engine
    • Control panel within engine space
    • 1930hrs recorded running

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

    Voltage systems:
    • 24VDC onboard power system
    • 230VAC shorepower / generator supplied system

    Shore Power:
    • Extension cable to connect to shore power
    • Dual 32amp connection points port and starboard
    • Consumer unit with RCBO protection
    • Victron Blue Power 230VAC, 7000watt isolation transformer
    • Manual switching between shore and generator supply

    Battery Banks:
    • Engine Battery Bank – 2x 12VDC, 220Ah, lead acid batteries
    • Emergancy Battery Bank – 2x 12VDC, 90Ah, lead acid batteries
    • House Battery Bank – Not Installed

    Alternator:
    • Single engine driven alternator, 24VDC

    Battery Charger:
    • Engine Battery Charger - Victron Blue Smart Charger, 230VAC – 24VDC, 16 amp.
    • House Battery Charger – Victron SKYLLA-TG charger, 230VAC – 24VDC, 80 amp.

    Invertor:
    • Mastervolt Mass Sine, 24VDC – 230VAC, 1500w
    • DC/DC Isolated Convertors:
    • 2x Mastervolt Mass Power Module 5000, 24VDC – 24VDC – Powering main invertor
    • 1x Victron Energy Orion-TR24 24VDC-24VDC, 5 amp – Powering navigation lights

    Voltage Droppers :
    • AlfaTronix PV6i 24VDC-12VDC converter x3
    • Powering navigation instrumentation

    Battery Monitoring:
    • Voltmeters in wheelhouse to show voltage in engine and navigation battery banks

    General:
    • As part of the vessels conversion the vessel has been completely re-wired since works commenced in 2012. All work completed professionally.

    PLUMBING

    Fresh Water:
    • Fully pressurised hot and cold water
    • Mixer taps in galley and all heads
    • Dedicated hot and cold water taps in galley
    • Showers in all cabin en-suite heads
    • 240VAC pressure pump
    • 290ltrs capacity hotwater storage tank, heated by boiler or immersion heater

    Black Water:
    • Single black water tank
    • Tecnicomar Ecomar 32S Sewage Treatment Plant, 230VAC (2019)

    Bilge Pumps:
    • Electric bilge pumps – 3x 240VAC pumps
    • Engine driven bilge pump
    • Bilge alarm system

    Gas System:
    • 2x 47kg bottles
    • Supply to galley cooker
    • Merlin Gas Safety Control System
    • GasSafe certificate issued September 2022

    TANKAGE

    Fuel:
    • Single diesel tank
    • Mild steel tank
    • Tank drained and cleaned in 2019
    • Approximate capacity 7000ltr capacity

    Fresh Water:
    • 6 Individual 1000ltr tanks.
    • All tanks of rotomoulded plastic construction
    • 4 tanks plumbed as single tank.
    • 2 tanks plumbed as secondary tank
    • Approximate total capacity 6000ltrs

    Black Water Tank:
    • Single tank
    • Rotomoulded plastic construction
    • Approximate capacity 1000ltrs

    Tank Monitoring:
    • Sight guage for fuel tank
    • Water tanks of clear plastic
    • Tecnicomar level indicator for black water tank

    NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

    Wheelhouse:
    • 2x Neovo 22X LCD displays (2022)
    • Simrad NSO EVO3S MPU (2022)
    • Simrad SonarHub (2022)
    • Simrad OP50 Controller (2022)
    • Simrad Halo 24 scanner (2022)

    Communications Equipment:
    • DSCVHF – Icom IC-M411 DSCVHF (2022)
    • AIS – Widelink B600 Class B Transponder

    DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

    Galley:
    • Galley Range – Lincat commercial gas cooker, 4 burner and oven
    • Combi Steam Oven – Rational Combi Pro (2021)
    • Microwave – 2x 230VAC, 700w domestic type
    • Toaster – 4slice, 230VAC
    • Fridge – Foster Professional vertical fridge, located in galley (230VAC)
    • Freezer – Kenwood vertical freezer, located below decks (230VAC)
    • Dishwasher – Bosch SL6PB1E dishwasher (230VAC)
    • Food preparation sink with mixer tap
    • Hand washing sink with dedicated hot and cold water taps
    • Fume extraction system controlled by Merlin Gas Safety system

    Heads:
    • 6x Jabsco electric toilets, discharging to holding tank
    • 5x Shower stalls with dedicated shower fittings

    Heating:
    • Kabola Ecoline Combi boiler, KB-50 (2018)
    • Diesel fired wet system boiler, 28Kw
    • Radiators throughout accommodation with towel rails in all heads

    Laundry:
    • Washing Machine – Bosch VarioPerfect, 230VAC (2022)
    • Dryer – Bosch Serie 4, 230VAC (2022)

    Entertainment:
    • TV – LG LCD TV in saloon

    Lighting:
    • 24VDC strip lighting in engine space
    • 230VAC LED overhead lighting throughout accommodation
    • 230VAC LED reading lights in saloon and cabins

    ACCOMMODATION

    Summary of Accommodation:
    • 5 Double cabins with ensuite head
    • Saloon/Dinning room
    • Wheelhouse
    • Commercial Galley
    • Utility Spaces
    • Engine Room
    • Steering Space / Crew Quarters – Not Fitted out

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Pine and Oak T&G panelling to finish internals
    • Custom made oak panel doors for cabins and internal fittings
    • Off-white painted deck heads
    • Fitted carpets throughout
    • Mixture of off the shelf and custom made oak furniture units throughout accommodation

    Description of Accommodation from top down:

    Wheel House:
    • Located on upper deck forward
    • Helm station centrally with original ships wheel and engine controls
    • Oak topped countertops outboard with storage units beneath
    • LCD navigation system monitors outboard of helm stations on counter tops
    • Bench seating along aft end of wheelhouse with storage lockers spaced beneath
    • Bookshelf above seat back aft of port seating unit
    • Sliding door to shut off wheelhouse

    Access:
    • Double doors aft provide access to the saloon
    • A door to starboard on the main deck level provides access through the vessel to saloon and galley with stairways to lead to upper and lower decks
    • Upper deck accessed by central staircase
    • Upper deck walkway athwartships with access to port and starboard cabins and wheelhouse
    • Access to deck externally via doors port and starboard
    • Stairway to access lower deck with walkway leading to lower cabins, laundry and machinery space

    Starboard Upper Cabin:
    • Thwartships double bunk aft
    • Dresser unit aft of bunk to starboard
    • Shelved storage rack with tea and coffee making facilities.
    • Access to upper aft deck via opening door.
    • Locker forward of bunk with shelves and hanging locker space
    • En-Suite heads forward.

    Starboard Upper Cabin Heads:
    • Accessed from forward end of cabin
    • Aft facing electric marine toilet forward
    • Wash hand basin in recess forward
    • Shower stall aft with dual shower head fittings

    Port Upper Cabin:
    • Thwartships double bed aft
    • Doorway to access aft upper deck, aft of bunk.
    • Linear dressing table inboard with drawer storage beneath at forward and aft ends
    • Locker forward of dressing table with storage shelves and hanging space
    • En-suite heads forward

    Port Upper Cabin Heads:
    • Accessed from forward end of cabin
    • Aft facing electric marine toilet forward
    • Wash hand basin in recess forward
    • Shower stall aft with dual shower head fittings

    Galley:
    • Located to port side of main deck level superstructure.
    • Linear galley fitted out to professional standards for commercial catering.
    • Stainless steel worktops running along inboard and outboard sides of galley
    • Inset sinks for food preparation and hand washing on outboard side.
    • Commercial gas cooker and oven forward to port
    • Commercial steam oven forward to port
    • Fume extraction hood over cooker and oven
    • Commercial fridge unit forward inboard
    • Storage below worktops and above inboard worktop

    Saloon:
    • Located at aft end of main deck level
    • Double opening doors to aft deck area
    • Open plan space with custom built oak furniture.
    • Large saloon table offset to port with seating for 10 guests
    • 4 single seats around starboard side of saloon
    • Writing desk forward to starboard with drawer storage beneath
    • Custom made oak dresser units forward with shelves, drawers and countertop storage
    • Doorway to access steering space at aft end of saloon to starboard

    Main Deck Twin Cabin:
    • Access from starboard side of main deck
    • Custom made oak bunk beds to port, storage drawers beneath aft end of locker bunk
    • Custom made oak dressing table outboard with drawer storage beneath
    • Storage locker forward with shelves and hanging space.
    • Storage shelves on aft bulkhead
    • Stable door to access starboard side deck
    • En-suite heads aft

    Main Deck Twin Cabin En-Suite:
    • Forward facing electric toilet located aft.
    • Wall mounted wash hand basin forward of heads
    • Shower stall outboard with dual shower heads

    Day Heads:
    • Located to starboard side of main walkway on main deck level
    • Outboard facing electric toilet located inboard
    • Bulkhead mounted wash handbasin outboard

    Laundry:
    • To starboard side at bottom of stairway to lower deck
    • Vertical freezer unit located inboard with washing machine outboard
    • Storage shelves outboard

    Lower Starboard Cabin:
    • Double bunk outboard aft with space to walk around
    • Dresser unit forward with storage locker outboard above countertop and below
    • En-suite heads forward outboard
    • Emergency escape to foredeck via ladder forward, accessible from both cabins

    Lower Starboard Cabin En-Suite
    • Forward facing electric toilet mounted outboard aft.
    • Wash handbasin forward outboard
    • Shower stall inboard forward with dual shower heads
    • Cabin will be finished with fitted carpets

    Port Lower Cabin and En-suite:
    • ** Fitout in final stages of completion **
    • Double bunk and dresser unit with storage
    • En-suite heads forward outboard with electric toilet, wash handbasin and shower stall
    • Emergency escape to foredeck via ladder forward, accessible from both cabins

    Machinery / Engine Space:
    • Located aft of lower deck walkway
    • Washing machine and storage located inboard with storage shelves immediately aft and above.
    • Black water holding tank and sewage treatment plant outboard
    • Engine room accessed from machinery space via watertight steel bulkhead door.
    • Main engine located centrally
    • Generator outboard forward
    • Fuel and water tanks outboard port and starboard
    • Freshwater pressure system, boiler and hot water storage tank outboard to starboard

    Steering Space:
    • Located aft of engine space
    • Access from aft end of engine room or ladder into main saloon
    • Space currently not fitted out, space for 3 crew berths, heads and shower.

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Electric Anchor Windlass
    • Anchor with chain rode
    • Fenders – Selection
    • Mooring Warps – Selection

    Upper Deck:
    • Stainless steel stanchions around aft end of decking with oak grabrail
    • Triple tier stainless steel guard wires running along port and starboard sides of deck
    • Solid stainless steel rod guard rails running around aft end of deck
    • Oak uprights around forward end of upper deck with oak grab rail and guard rails
    • Guard rail gates port and starboard in way of doors to access wheelhouse.
    • Access to lower deck by stairway at starboard aft end of upper deck
    • Stainless steel handrail for steps

    Lower Deck:
    • Walk around deck.
    • Solid timber bulwarks with gateways on port and starboard sides
    • Aft deck area accessible from saloon via double doors
    • Steel mooring cleats forward and aft
    • Panama type fairleads through bulwarks forward and aft

    SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Navigation Lights:
    • Masthead tri-colour and anchor light
    • Steaming light
    • Navigation lights

    Fire Suppression:
    • Stat-Xx Fire suppression system in engine space (2022)
    • Control unit for system in wheelhouse

    Fire Alarm:
    • Quick Zone XL fire alarm system
    • Installed but not commissioned

    Life saving:
    • Lifejackets with lights – x17, manufactured by Sea Safe (March 2022)
    • Searchlight – Night Search 30550, LED 550 Lumens, 600m beam (March 2022)
    • Thermal Protective Aids – x17 (March 2022)
    • Safety Harnesses with lanyards – x2 (March 2022)
    • Horseshoe Lifebuoy – x2 Stows in self-contained plastic shroud with floating line (March 2022)
    • MOB Beacon – Floating light type (March 2022)
    • Flare Pack – 2x Life smoke Mk9 4x Para red rocket Mk8 6x Red hand flare Mk8 (March 2022)
    • First Aid Kit – CAT C (March 2022)
    • MOB Rescue Sling – x2 Lifelink slings (March 2022)

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying, Dochgarroch, Inverness, Scotland

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Mark Cameron
    Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
    Email: mark@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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