Steelaway (charter)

103' Tom Colvin/John Fazzio Three Mast Steel Gaff Rigged Schooner 

Designed by naval architect Tom Colvin, built at Fazzio Shipyard to USCG and ABS specifications for inspections for 72 passengers, but never persued certification. This vessel can be used for cargo, training, charter and serious off shore cruising. 

Hull material is steel with a full keel, 20ft. Beam, 7.5ft. Draft, bridge clearance of 66ft., displacement of 200,000lb., 81 GRT, single screw with Detroit 671/ MH 3x1 Allison Clutch stainless steel, 3” stainless steel shaft to 36” 4 blade Brass prop, manual hydraulic and live hydraulic steering, fuel capacity 1800gal., water tanks 500gal., holding tanks 100gal. (grey water only), Icinolet for burning human wastes, 12V/120V/220V systems- single and three phase, LWL 69ft., LOD 78ft., 3 generators, Flying Jib, Jib, Staysail, Foresail, Main Sail, Mizzen Sail- 13.9 Dacron, anchoring systems with manual cable anchor winch, four shrouds per mast, each side, 7 compartments below with four watertight doors, steel pilot house (2013), manual and electric bilge pumps, firefighting pump system. The hull is 5/16 steel at bottom, 3/8 steel at bow, ½ steel plate for keel, 3” x 4 x 1/4” framing, 19 1/2” on centers. Hull laid in 1998, commissioned 2002, 4ft. by 8ft. steel rudder, bottom paint Devoe Ablative over Coal Tar Epoxy, lead ballast cemented in, engine wet exhaust and one generator with wet exhaust, full and functional galley with 3 crew berths, Ipey flooring in galley, stateroom with double berth and office. Fully functional pilot house with berths for two crew, two solar panels 120Watt each.