29' Marlago 2011 - Class C Fire Boat - YS190007

General Description

This fiberglass asymmetrical Catamaran was built in 2010 by Marlago Boats in Jeffersonville, Indiana as a 2011 29’
NFPA 1925 Class C Fire Boat.

Actual Condition

It is reported that another boat was on its way into port, just prior to a big storm. It began raining and the wind was picking up. They overshot the wharf, ran it up too high, then dropped it down on the Marlago Fireboat, pinching it between the boat and the dock barge.The port engine was knocked off. Later that night, around 10 pm, a big storm came in and the fireboat sank.

Hull, starboard: Beaching guard is torn open and fiberglass underneath is fractured, 10” long x 2”
wide x 2” deep, located 3’ aft of bow. Aft end of beaching guard is separated from hull over a length
of 2’ (wear and tear).

Starboard side is fractured from 3’ to 11’ forward of transom. Wood deck core is exposed in way.
Starboard side fiberglass is fractured 8” forward of transom and 3” below run bar.

Hull, transom: Port outboard motor mount is missing. Fastener holes are torn and distorted in way.
Port trim tab is twisted aft and starboard approximately 30 degrees. Port bracket for aluminum tube frame is broken.
Port rub bar is torn and twisted over a length of 6”. Inboard fastener bolt is pulling out of fiberglass in way.

Hull, port: Beaching guard is torn open and fiberglass underneath is fractured, 10” long x 2” wide x
2” deep, located 3’ aft of bow. Aft end of beaching guard is separated from hull over a length of 2’ (wear and tear).

Aft Deck: Stern deck fiberglass has gouge 8” wide x 3” long, located 2’ inboard of centerline.
Starboard side, fiberglass is fractured from starboard aft corner extending 3’ forward, running 3” inboard of side.
Starboard aft cleat is torn out and missing. Port aft corner of deck to port of center engine well is set forward 2” Numerous small fractures in way. Whole aft end of deck appears pushed to port in way of starboard side set-in.

Aluminum tube frame which sat above outboard motors now sits on aft deck. Various frame distortions, one leg broken off.

Starboard railing is distorted and set in 4”, commencing 2’ forward of aft end and extending 12’ forward.
Spiderweb stress fractures in fiberglass, commencing 1’ forward of starboard aft corner and extending 12’ forward, from 6” to 12” inboard of starboard side (over top of gunnel).

Forward deck: Forward centerline cleat is torn out and sitting in the wheelhouse. Fiberglass deck is fractured in way.
Wheelhouse: Floor is cluttered with PFDs, absorbant boom and other loose equipment. Port aft window is cracked.

Please inspect carefully before making an offer.

Equipment

A trailer is not included in this sale.

Nationwide transportation is available through CertifiedMarineTransport.com. Custom Cradles and shipment to port for overseas transport also supplied. Call Robert or Brian at (508) 478-0200 for logistics and quotes.

Engine(s) Condition

Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer.

Motors and Machinery Disclaimer

No statement of condition can be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever. A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery, but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect and determine their actual condition.

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Specs

  • Year: 2011
  • Make: Marlago
  • Model: Class C Fire Boat
  • Model Type: Catamaran
  • Length: 29'
  • Beam: 12' 6"
  • Draft: 27"
  • Weight: 19,800 lbs.
  • Engine(s): Twin Mercury V8, 350 hp each
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Fuel Tankage: 200 gal
  • Water Tankage: 31' gal
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Location: Louisville, KY
  • Stock #: YS190007
  • Notes
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We always encourage potential Bidders/Buyers to view the item personally or have someone else inspect it for you prior bidding. It is entirely the buyer's responsibility to inspect and determine the vessel's actual condition.

Fees

Item Fees Description
Amount
Buyer Premium Fee
6% of Sale Price
Title and Documentation Transfer Preparation and archive record keeping
$95.00
Reproduction of lost documents or other search. *With a minimun prepay of $95.00
$65.00 per hour
Wire Transfer Fee (inside USA)
$30.00
Wire Transfer Fee (outside USA)
$40.00
Marina / Boat Yard Information
5 days free storage after winning bid/offer is accepted, buyers responsibility thereafter.
We advice our customer to contact the Marina / BoatYard in advance to storage and any other fees.

Do not assume accessories or equipment for this vessel may be in storage. This vessel is being sold as seen. Bid for this boat according to what she has when you view her.

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A Buyer should investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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