Sea-Star complete hydraulic steering system, helm, line and cylinder
Fiberglass rudder-boxes were removed and replaced with new (2008) custom fabricated heavy-duty rudder-boxes, new rudder bearings and all related hardware.
Boat Leveler complete new system
Custom 5052 schedule aluminum alloy 200-gallon tank
Tank mounting with high density polypropylene plastic, tank is raised well above the bilge levels. The fuel tank was constructed and installed following the guidelines and requirements of 33CFR, the USCG, NFPA 302 and ABYC H-24 July 27.
3 Racor gasoline fuel separators model 500 MAM coastguard approved for inboard engines
Fuel hoses are USCG Type A-15, installed following the guidelines and requirements of 33CFR,the USCG, NFPA 302 and ABYC H-24 July 2007
3 fuel shut offs located on top of the tank readily accessible from aft cockpit hatch
Fire Suppression System
Engine room compartment: one fire boy automatic fire extinguisher
Rear compartment/genset space: one fire boy automatic fire extinguisher
A fire boy M-2A gasoline fume detector system installed with separate sensors located in the engine room and genset space.
Magnum MS2012 Inverter/Charger, provides 2000 watts, 60Hz (pure sine-wave inverter), designed to operate off of the 12VDC service battery bank. The inverter’s separate remote panel (located at the helm station) additionally provides a display for monitoring batteries and power usage of all AC equipment aboard.
Charger output is 100 AMP
Xantrex-XC5012, 50A, multi-stage battery charger; installed to facilitate an isolated charging system for the bow thruster battery bank and to provide secondary charging sources to 2 engine start batteries.
A Blue Seas Systems charge relay system, acts as a back-up charging source for either the engine start batteries and or the service batteries.