Transport Canada ‘Near Coastal’ certified diesel powered aluminum commercial passenger vessel for sale! This vessel is certified to carry 48 passengers plus crew and all certificates are up to date and valid. Powered by three Yanmar diesels with Konrad legs, this boat will do 30 kts! Built by Rivtow Industries Ltd. In Vancouver, B.C. in 1981, the boat just underwent a refit in 2018 and had the interior and exterior freshly painted, and had the drives rebuilt. Sold with a full complement of safety equipment including life raft, and all firefighting equipment. The interior is outfitted with aircraft seats for all passengers with new covers in 2018, heated by a diesel furnace, and is equipped with radar and all standard electronic navigation equipment. Makes an excellent crew boat, tour boat or high speed ferry… ready to get to work anywhere on the BC coast!
Can be purchased individually, or as part of a TWO VESSEL COMMERCIAL FLEET WITH TURN KEY BUSINESS!!
The whole package includes two all aluminum, diesel powered, high speed commercially certified passenger vessels (1 x 48 passenger, and 1 x 65 passenger), including the entire company along with website, phone numbers, staff (crew, sales, admin, technical etc), booking and reservation system, ticket booths and promotional tents and materials, and best of all MOORAGE in Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver, North and West Vancouver, Granville Island, and in Gibsons BC – everything needed to run a successful business. Asking $1,200,000 CAD $999,000 CAD for everything.
Plus OWNER FINANCING , training, technical and operational services, and even business consulting is all negotiable for the right buyer. Seller is motivated – OFFERS ENCOURAGED!
Please see full inventory, and link to the other vessel in the fleet below - do not hesitate to get in touch for more information.
PLEASE CONTACT OLIVIA PAGNOTTARO - VANCOUVER YACHT SALES - 1-833-UCYACHT EXT 8
Carvel flush, all welded with a single hard chine. The stem is raked and the stern flat and plumb with a full width swim grid built on a 2” pipe frame, decked with aluminum checker plate. The sides are plumb to the forward shoulders where they begin to angle into the bow flair. A 2” split pipe is welded all the way around the deck shear line and across the stern as well as another two runs of 2” split pipe welded a foot apart, just above the waterline and starting from ahead of the shoulder right to the stern which stiffen and protect the hull sides.
A large engine compartment is in the stern with steps off of it down into the cockpit behind the cabin. A single door opens into a large open accommodation area with a washroom to the starboard side. The companionway is up the center with banks of 3 aircraft seats on either side. A 3 step stairway leads up into the wheelhouse which has two pedestal seats, the operator being on the starboard side.
Bottom plate is 3/8”.
Keel plate is 3/8” x 2” on the exterior hull.
Large skegs are bolted to the hull ahead of each leg.
Longitudinal frames are 2 x 2 ¾” “T” frames
Flush, smooth plate, ¼” aluminum with non-skid coating. Steps down into a cockpit ahead of the engine compartment. The stern and side decks to the cabin are surrounded with ¾” pipe railings, 42” in height. There are ¾” pipe hand rails on the cabin roof and around the wheelhouse sides.
Deck House or Cabin: 3/16” aluminum plate with large aluminum framed tempered glass windows. The wheelhouse is raised forward.
5 engine hatches -a 24” x 24” watertight single action access hatch is installed on the port engine cover hatch. The port and starboard engines have 6’ x 4’ hinged aluminum hatch covers with air shock assist lifts. Over the center engine is a 5’ x 3’ hinged hatch with a 14” x 3’ hatch directly ahead of it. All the hatches are sealed and have locking devices to hold them down.
2 -51” x 24” water tight, single action hinged doors are installed on each side of the wheelhouse, these have 18” x 13 ½” windows in them. The main cabin door is in the after end of the cabin and is a 62” x 28” weather proof single action hinged door with a 25” x 16” window.
Hand rails: All ¾” pipe.
Cleats: 4 x 12” cleats, evenly spaced from the stern and 1 cleat on the bow centerline.
Apparent condition: Good
HELM & NAVIGATION
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT