Engine room is spacious and well-organized, with sound and heat insulation; access hatch with step and six-foot overhead service-hatch over engine.
Cummins 6B5.9-M 115 hp diesel power with separate starting battery (3490 hours)
Bronze through hull with strainer
Northern Lights 8 kW diesel generator (1516 hours)
2" Aquamet-22 propellor shaft installed 2009
Dual air conditioning compressor units with continuous-duty sea-water cooling pump
75 gallon fiberglass waste-water tank
Pump, piping and seacock for overboard discharge option
Stainless steel hot water heater, powered by engine cooling, or from 120-volt electric
Three separate automatic bilge pumps, one in sump well (others in separate bow and stern compartments).
New discharge hoses 2018.
Spare bilge pump in lazarette.
Fuel polishing system for each fuel tank with filters, continuous-duty fuel pumps, vacuum gauges, and a timer wired to the “fuel pump” circuit breaker on 12V panel. Gulf Coast Filters system uses cheap toilet-paper filter elements to absorb water and catch sludge.
Racor primary filters
Fuel tank sight gauges