Research Vessel Paragon

Specifications

  • Official Number: 993613
  • Make: H & F Boats; Bandon, Oregon
  • Year Built: 1993
  • Material: Fiberglass/ Wood
  • Length: Hull (32 feet), Overall (36 feet)
  • Tonnage: 10 Gross ton, 8 Net ton
  • Working Deck Dimensions: 8.5 x 15 feet
  • Beam: 10 feet
  • Draft:  3 feet
  • Overhead Clearance: Mast up (21.5 feet), Mast down (10 feet)
  • Occupancy: 8 people total
  • Horsepower: 700 hp (twin F350 hp Yamaha Outboards)
  • Fuel Capacity: 550 gallons (pairs of 120 gal saddle tanks and 50 and 55 gal aft tanks)
  • Speed: 25-32 knots cruising (40 knots max)
  • Economy: 0.8-0.9 nm/gal (@ 4200 rpm (23 kts) to 4900 rpm (32 kts))
  • Endurance: ~400 nm
  • Freshwater: ~50 gallons (fiberglass tank, not potable)
  • Head: Porta-Potti

Engineering Machinery

  • Honda GX390 (11 HP Four Stroke Engine)- powers hydraulics
  • Pressure Compensated Pump (VTM42 60 75 15 MD R1 14)
    • Capacity: 8.0 US GPM
    • Relief Pressure: 1500 PSI

Deck Machinery

  • Deck boom
    • Operated by hand lines (side to side, up down)
    • Max lifting capacity 500 lbs. (static)
    • Fitted with 12V WARN DC1000 electric hoist (1000 lb.)
    • Fitted with 5” hydraulic capstan
    • Fitted with a 9” hydraulic line pinch (3/4”-1”)
  • 7” Hydraulic Capstan (to 500 lb lift capacity, max lift TBD
  • 3″ Windlass
  • Hydraulic Anchor Drum (20 pound bruce anchor)
  • Canon Digi-Troll 10 (for light use to 800′)
  • Collapsible mast for restricted overhead situations
  • Gunwale-mounted pole for acoustic instrumentation
  • Launch and Recovery cradle (LARS) for LRAUV
  • Deck plate with 12″ centers
  • Electric gunwale winch (tugger) 1000 Lbs
  • Davit mounted Electra-dyne 12V electric pot puller
    • 12″ Disc, 3/4 HP, 30:1 gear ratio
    • 310 FPM, 250 lb max load
  • InterOcean hydraulic winch
    • 750 lbs bare weight, 2 channel slip ring, ~1m/min
    • 800m Falmat EM cable (FM088095-1MOD1)4 Conductor, 18-20 AWG
      • 0.380″, 0.068 lbs/ft air, 0.013 lbs/ft water, Break 2400 lbs

Safety Equipment

  • 1 ACR EPIRB (M/N RLB-33 Cat. 1)
    • UIN: 2DCC7 528B0 FFBFF
    • S/N: 6502
  • SPOT emergency beacon
  • Garmin AIS 600 Class B (viewable on MarineTraffic.com & ODSS)
  • Fireboy CO monitor
  • 8 Type III Stearns work vest
  • 4 Plastic Hard Hats
  • 8 Type I PFD vests
  • 8 Survival Suits (Size Universal Adult)
  • 2 Fire Extinguishers (Type-B-I)
  • Compressed Air Horn
  • Electric Horn
  • Flares
    • 3 Hand Flares
    • 1 SOLAS Red Hand Flare
    • 4 Aerial Flares
    • 1 Daytime Visual Distress Signal
    • 2 Mirrors
  • Diver Down Flag
  • Alpha Flag
  • First Aid Kit
  • Throwable Life Ring (Type IV)
  • Throwable Life Sling (Type IV)
  • Throw rope
  • Recovery cargo net
  • First Aid Kit
  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Ditch Bag
    • Handheld VHF radio (6 Watt Boost)
    • 2 Emergency Strobes
    • 1 SOLAS Orange Floating Smoke Signal
    • 1 SOLAS Red Hand Flare
    • 8 Emergency Blankets
    • 16 pints of water
    • Snack bars

Electronics and Communications

  • 12 V starter bank batteries
    • 4 AC Delco M27MF
  • 6 V auxiliary bank batteries
    • 4 West Marine Heavy Duty Deep Cycle 230Ah (6 V)
  • Garmin GPSMAP 7612xsv
  • Garmin GPSMAP 7608xsv
  • Garmin B265LH (Traditional Chirp Transducer)
  • Garmin GT51M-THP (Down-vu and Side-vu Chirp transducer)
  • Garmin Marine Heading Sensor (010-11417-00)
  • Garmin GMR24 xHD Radome
  • 3000 W Xantrex ProWatt Inverter
  • 1000 W Xantrex Sine Wave Inverter (110 V; 60 Hz)
  • 1 VHF radio (IC-M302)
  • 1 Garmin VHF 200 NMEA 2000 – allows Digital Selective Calling and SOS
  • Sterling Power ProCharge Ultra (12V)
  • 12v Power port (70A Marinco trolling motor plug ) – Port is female

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