A. Number and capacity: one (1) tank totaling 461 gallons
C. Inspection plates: appropriately positioned for access
D. Tank air tested: two (2) pounds per sq. inch
E. Water tank to be fitted with the "Tank Tender" gauge system five (5) tank system for all tanks.
A. Number and capacity: four (4) totaling 2,352 gallons cans as shown on machinery layout drawing.
C. Inspection plates appropriately positioned for interior access
D. Each tank to be air tested to three (3) pounds per sq. inch
E. Each fuel tank to be fitted with the Hart T-5 gauge system (five (5) tank system for all tanks)
F. Each tank to have a separate fill line with a 2" fill - ABI 1736 CH
G. Supply lines to fuel supply manifold to pick up at a point 2" from absolute lowest point of each tank
H. Supply lines to fuel transfer system to pick up at a point ¼" from bottom of sump
I. All fuel return lines to empty into bottom of tanks
J. ¾" vent lines are fuel certified reinforced hose installed on continuous up hill run to avoid any fuel "traps".
Fuel supply system
A. Stainless steel fuel selection manifold per P.A.E. design 62-024 for main engine and generator supply. Supply lines from tanks to manifold to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8. Supply lines from manifold to main engine
to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8. Supply lines from manifold to generator to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8.
4. Fuel return system
A. Stainless steel fuel selection manifold per P.A.E. design for main engine and generator fuel return lines to tanks from manifold to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8. Returning line from main engine to manifold to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8. Return line from generator to selection manifold to be Aero-Quip FC 234-8.
Fuel Transfer and boost systems
A. Fuel transfer system per P.A.E. design. System utilizes an Orberdorfer OB991-43-A96 fuel pump (3.5 GPM) to move fuel from tank to tank via the fuel return manifold. All transferred fuel is drawn from the selected tank by the dedicated transfer pick-up manifold, filtered by a Racor-1000 FG filter and directed to the selected tank . Fuel can be "polished" by drawing from and returning to the same tank. Pump is operated by a 60 minute timer to reduce the risk of overfilling.
B. Fuel boost system per P.A.E. design. System utilizes a Walbro pulse pump to deliver a constant 5 PSI pressure to the fuel supply manifold. The boost system can be used to fill filter bowls when changing filters, bleed the engines or temporarily overcome clogged or dirty fuel filters until it is convenient to change them.
A. Cold water: 1/2" Whale PVC pipe (blue) on pressure side of pump with 3/4" to manifold and on suction side of pump.
B. Hot water: 1/2" PVC pipe (red).
C. Sea water hoses: reinforced for marine use and provided with double stainless steel clamps below the water line
Water heater: 30 gallon Vanguard with dual 240VAC (one 4500 watt, one 1000 watt) elements for quick recovery.
Thru-hulls: Bronze body S/S balls and Teflon seats
A. Grounding wire: #8 gauge green wire
B. Each thru-hull to have a clearly visible tag indicating each thru-hull's use
Water system: Paragon Senior PSR auto pressure system with PST5 accumulator tank
10. Plumbing fixtures
A. Head sinks in owner's, guest, and crew cabins S/S
B. Galley sink: double S/S
C. Head facets: Grohe Model #21.611 chrome
D. Galley faucets: Grohe Model #33.790 chrome/black
E. Shower fixtures: All Grohe
Shower sump pumps: (4) Sealand T-12 each with 5 minute timer installed.
A. Electric: three (3) Par 36600-0000 Diaphragm with 34875 auto switch. One in each water tight compartment
B. Manual: three (3) Edson Model #638 A. One in each water tight compartment.
A. Toilets and holding tank system per P.A.E. drawing
#6208P01 using single M-12 vacuum pump.
B. All toilets (excluding crew toilet) to be Sealand model no. 506 (white)
C. The toilet for the crew cabin head to be Sealand #806 (white)
D. Water supply to toilets to be fresh water only
E. One 70 gallon holding tank under engine
F. Use only PVC pipe or Sealand "Odor Safe" hose.
G. Holding tank overboard pumps Sealand T-12 electric and Bosworth 500H manual pump per drawing
H. Holding tank vent to use Sealand #310002 vent filter.
I. Deck suck out system.
J. Sealand "Tank Watch" monitor with "Do Not Flush" cut out relay and warning system at each toilet.
Fresh water outlets on the foredeck and aft deck using chrome spigots.
*Specifications subject to change without notice and at the discretion of designers and builders.
**Dimensions are subject to change with Buyer’s selected options and personal effects which may add to displacement and increase both draft and waterline length
Last updated: 8/20/08