Celtic Dawn II

Project Details

Steel-hulled motor fishing vessel of double chine, transom stern, semi-bulbous bow, soft nose stem and with a full-length shelter deck. The vessel is arranged for static gear creel fishing having a vivier tank, freezer bait store and dry hold. Manned by a crew of six men. Below deck she is subdivided by four watertight bulkheads into: aft accommodation with shower and steering gear, engine room, vivier tank/hold and forepeak. On the main deck: galley and mess, skipper’s cabin, toilet and oilskin locker positioned starboard side aft. Pot hauling position at starboard side forward. Pot shooting door in port transom bulwark. Focsle store. The shelter deck is non-weathertight, aluminum and open over pot hauling area. Aluminum aft wheelhouse and foremast on shelter. She carries approximately 8,900 litres of fuel and 2,500 litres of water.

Yard Number 012
Description 17-metre vivier crabber
Build Year 2005
Flag UK
Construction Steel
Length O/A 16.95 m
Breadth Moulded 5.90 m
Depth Moulded 3 m