New Charter / Fishing vessel
(Ref No fb565)
11m x 4.93m x 1.345m
Construction – Fibreglass
Builder – Blyth Catamarans, UK
Displacement – 9 tonne
2 x C71 Caterpillars (450hp each)
Sea trials – 22 kts @ 2300 rpm ; 28 kts @ 2900 rpm
Gearboxes – ZF 2:1
Shafts – 2 ¼"
Propellors – Veem Star 21 x 30.4
Steering – power-assisted hyd.
Storage hold /fish tank
Furuno Nav Net system
Radio – Uniden
Plotter – 2 x 12" Furuno
Deck lights – 12 volt
Fuel tanks – 2 x 650 litre
Water – 2 x 50 litre
Liferaft – 6-man
Handrails – stainless steel
Survey – AMSA 2C (2 + 4 & can be extended) ; 3C fishing.
Valid to October 2026.
The layout offers an extended cabin version with a whale / island deck arrangement.
Access to the forward port and stbd hulls is via a floor hatch from the cabin.
There are two access doors in the wheel house, one stbd side by offset helm position (also stbd), second door via rear, midships,
Galley on port side aft cabin with L shape seating stbd aft in cabin.
Aft steering compartments, hatch on deck, Fuel tanks inboard
Fwd compartments port and stbd, inboard side, bed for water tanks, cut through bulkhead, fwd compartment outboard crew berth on outboard side, fwd crash tank bulkhead.
Aft deck on deck storage compartment (see photo) incorporates stainless steel bilge pump system, piping in place with valves to fwd and midships.
Two aft deck hatches to aft steering compartments
Two Engine hatches
Wheel house is extended to 12’ option
Walk around deck, approx. 900mm to fwd whale deck from wheel house
Approx 4m – 5m from back of wheel house to transom, Wheel house finishes almost flush with the front / fwd end of the engine hatches.
Built to ISO specification. This is a proven workboat and commercial fishing boat design. Blyth Catamarans have a proud history of 25 years in boat building industry in the United Kingdom. The company builds boats for a range of industries including windfarm support, patrol, dive, commercial fishing, survey & passenger vessels. If considering a new hull, this proven design of boat offers many positives – be it for charter, commercial fishing, general purpose workboat or an off-shore game fishing pleasure boat.
Seldom do opportunities like this arise. Boat built in the UK and fitted out in Australia.