1968 Marinette Lcm8 Aluminum 74x21

Listing ID2970581
Sale Price$220,000 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Seller POP Yachts
Category Utility Boats
Make Marinette
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Located Fajardo, Puerto Rico, US
Stock Number212490
Length75ft / 22.86 m
Beam21ft / 6.40 m
Engine MakeLugger
Engine Model6140 Al
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP1200

- Stock #212490 -

Great for freight hauling, powered by twin Lugger 6140 AL, ready to work!

This vessel was originally built to carry troops and equipment during the Vietnam War. The LCM-8 stands for Landing Craft Mechanized Mark 8 and this model was specially made of aluminum for a shallow draft.

Could be used for freight or construction equipment hauling with 45'x17' of deck space and 44 total net tons there is lots of room.

It is powered by twin 1990 Lugger 6140AL which are a marinized Komatsu six-cylinder engine that has a reputation for durability due to its low rpm (less than 2500 WOT) and size versus horsepower (15L for 600hp)

We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.

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ConditionSept 2016 last haulout at shipyard. The old bottom paint coats were removed and Jotun barrier epoxy paint applied, then tiecoat and finally antifouling to the indicated mil spec by the Jotun dealer The owner says the engines work fine and the unit is ready to work.

Construction - Bottom Paint Antifouling