44's For Sale



Below is a list of some of the 44’s which are currently up for sale. If you are a current owner and wish to list your 44 for sale here, please send me an e-mail.

 

This page is purely set up to help interested buyers come contact with the sellers listed below. The descriptions on this page are from the current owners, so should be checked.

 

Also some of these boats may no longer be for sale, in which case I would be very grateful if you could update me (e-mail). I would also be very interested to know if you do manage to buy one, so that I can update my "Ex 44ft Lifeboats" page.

 

IMPORTANT!!! None of these boats come with my recommendation and I have no commercial interest in them whatsoever.

  RNLI 44-004

New name: Harbour Conquest

Built: 1967 at Brooke Marine, Lowestoft, England

Owner: Harbour Services Australia Pty Ltd

Date acquired: April 2011

Based at: Fremantle, Western Australia

Job: Crew transfer and utility vessel

Altered: Aft cabin removed

 

Boat Description

Open to offers.

Will most likely NOT be "In Survey"

 

Contact Details

 

Rick Shortland

 

rshortland@harbourservices.com.au

+6141794135

 

  Canadian Coast Guard  GC 103 Kestrel, GC 105 Tofino and CG 106 Bull Harbour/ Port Hardy

Old name: CCGC Kestrel

New name: GC 103 Kestrel

New owner: Randy O'Brien

Built: 1969 at Chantier Maritimes du St. Laurent, Paspebiac, Quebec

Date acquired: Summer 2007

Where based earlier: Bickerton, Nova Scotia, Sydney, Nova Scotia and French Creek, British Columbia

Where based now: Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Job: None - Dry docked

Altered: No

 

Boat Description

Engines: 2Detroit Diesel 6V -92 (reported rebuilt in 2003) Hour Meter, Port Engine: 830, Starboard Engine: 1964

Generator: 1 - 24 Volt generator from main engine

Propellers: Osborne 30"LH/RH 25" 3 blade bronze, 1 spare, stainless steel 2"shafts, 1 spare

Fuel Tank Capacity: 250 US gallons

Crusing Range: 150nm

Cruising Speed: 10kts

Compass: Dirigo 5"

AutoPilot ComNav 2001

Compass: Cassens & Plath 6.5"

VHF/FM Radio ICOM - IC-M80

Radar - Furuno FR-1510D

Jastram rudder angle indicator

Remote spotlights - 9.5", 9" and 8"

Wagner hydraulic Steering

Morse cable controls

2 Danforth anchors

 

The vessel has a low trunk cabin forward, a small wheelhouse midship, upper and lower waist deck, aft cabin and a short afterdeck. Below deck, there is a chain locker, foc'sle with benches port and starboard, galley and private head and storage midship. The engine room is under the wheelhouse and waist deck. There is a small hold below the lower waist and an aft cabin with seven foot benches port and starboard and a small tiller flats aft. The wheelhouse and aft cabin entry doors and doors between wheelhouse and galley, galley and foc'sle and engine room are six dog style water tight.

 

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Old name: CCGC Tofino

New name: GC 105 Tofino

New owner: Randy O'Brien

Built: 1969 at McKay Cormack Ltd. Victoria , British Columbia

Date acquired: Summer 2007

Where based earlier: Tofino, British Columbia

Where based now: Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Job: None - Dry docked

Altered: No

 

Boat Description

Engines: 2-Caterpillar 3208 Diesel 210 HP V8 Hobbs Meter, Port Engine: 1139.1, Starboard Engine: 1136.1

Propellers: Osborne 30"LH/RH 25"3 blade bronze, stainless steel 2"shafts

Fuel Tank Capacity: 334 US gallons

Crusing Range 150nm

Cruising Speed 10kts

Compass - Dirigo 5"

AutoPilot ComNav 2001 & Jog

C/B Radiophone Johnson Messenger 4740

VHF FM Radiophone- Raythcon 78

SSB Radiophone - Triton

Marine Radar Display"- Furuno FR1510D

Antenna Tuner - Motorola

Wagner rudder angle indicator

Remote spotlights - 12", 9" and 7"

 

Six 12 volt 8D batteries located starboard, & aft engine room. Wagner hydraulic steering with jog, Morse cable controls, 35 & 25 lb Danforth anchors, Bus heaters, 20 gallon stainless steel water tank. The Vessel has watertight forepeak with anchor chain and rode, forward cabin with sette berths port and starboard and sealed bilge; wheelhouse and midship deck over engine room: aft cabin with settees port and starboard and watertight tiller flats. Vessel decks are rusty and need blasting / repainting.

 

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Old name: CCGC Bull Harbour/CCCG Port Hardy

New name: CG 106 Port Hardy

New owner: Randy O'Brien

Built: 1969 at McKay Cormack Ltd. Victoria , British Columbia

Date acquired: Summer 2007

Where based earlier: Bull Harbour and Port Hardy, British Columbia

Where based now: Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Job: None - Dry docked

Altered: No

 

Boat Description

Engines: 2-Caterpillar 3208, V-8 Cylinder (Reported rebuilt in 2004) Hobbs Meter, Port Engine: 2591.0, Starboard Engine: 6799.6

Propellers: Osborne 30"LH/RH 25"3 blade bronze, stainless steel 2"shafts

Fuel Tank Capacity: 650 L

Crusing Range 250nm

Compass - Dirigo 5"

AutoPilot ComNav 2001 & Jog

C/B Radiophone Johnson Messenger 4740

VHF FM Radiophone- Raythcon 78

SSB Radiophone - Triton

Marine Radar Display"- Furuno FR1510D

Antenna Tuner - Motorola

Wagner rudder angle indicator

Remote spotlights - 12", 9" and 7"

 

This vessel has a low trunk cabin forward, a small wheel house midship, upper and lower waist deck, aft cabin and a short afterdeck. Below deck, there is a cabin locker forward, watertight bulkhead, forward compartment with port and starboard triple seat settees and a narrow table to port, private head to starboard and a swing down chart table on the aft bulkhead. Port steps lead through a third watertight bulkhead door to the wheelhouse with a starboard helm station with dual seats and port adt watertight door to the mid-deck. The engine room is under the wheelhouse and midship waist deck. The aft cabin has quadrupic settee to port, triple settee to starboard and a sixth watertight hatch access to steerage.

 

 

Contact Details

 

Randy O'Brien

 

obrien@qcislands.net

250-557-4282

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