OTHER VESSELS M/V SEA GULL (Mågen)
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Year Build 1960
Builder Helsingør Værft, Denmark
Asking Price Sold
Length 27.00 meter, 88 feet
Bredth   7.25 meter
Draft   2.96 meter 
Displacem.  130 GRT
Ballast 15 tons
Location Scandinavia, Denmark
Hull matr. Steel, teak laid deck

Private Yacht  with accomodation partly under conversion, but redy to take you and your friends anywhere. Range 5000 NM

Ex. ice-breaking Royal Danish Navy guard-vessel for the fishing fleet outside Greenland. In service until 1989.  Today in use as a private yacht.
Steel hull, wheel house in aluminium, steel-decks over-laid with 2 1/4 inch teak.

Classification: 
British Virgin Island flag and yacht register, built to Bureau Veritas 1 div. 3’/3 “F” deep sea 1, 1A & C.P, strengthen to Finnish Ice-class 1A. The hull is abt 12 mm in the ice-skirt, 8 and 10 mm in all other strokes, ice-fins protecting the propeller.



General arrangement: 
In the deckhouse are galley, toilet, office and washroom, situated. Two aft cabins are under conversion to a large mess-room. Mid-ships are one double and one single cabin plus the mess. The cargo hold could very easy be converted to cabins. Dry-stores and ammunition-stores under the hold. The vessel is diverted into seven watertight compartments. Steel masts with “crows-nest" (observation barrel).


ENGINE ROOM Etc.
Burmeiseter & Wain-Alpha 405VO, 350 bhp, adjustable pitch propeller 60”, protected by "Ice knives"
Cruising speed: 8,5 knots/300 rpm on 40-50 litre per hour , max 10,5 knots on 375 rpm. Under sail and with emergency engine running the vessel made 6 knots at the sea-trial when she was new. 
Range
: abt 5.000 nm . 
Bunkers: Fuel – 29.000 litres,  Fresh water – 11.700 litres
Auxiliary engine: 2 x Bukh 37,5 bhp, Titan generators 110 Volts/18 kW. Can be used as emergency engines.


NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT ETC.
Weilbach magnetic compass, KVH Azimuth 314 AC compass, Furuno 85 radar, hand held Icom VHF, Icom IC-M127 VHF, Thrige B3 auto-pilot, Furuno GP30 navigator

   "Sea Gull"