STAR TREK CHARTERS

 

Double berths and kitchen

 

 Star Trek out of the water for a recent survey.

About Star Trek

Star Trek Vital Statistics.

Star Trek is a 45 foot "Cape Brett" hull designed by Frank Pelin. The hull is constructed of triple diagonal Kauri with a fibreglass exterior. Star Trek was built by the Olsen boat yard in the Bay of Islands, Northland and launched around 1986. Star Trek is typical of launches of this size and has both  lower and upper drive areas, a must for successful Marlin Fishing. Powered by a 325 Hp Detroit GM 8V71 Diesel Engine Start Trek has a cruising speed of 10 to 15 knots. In January 2006 Star Trek had the engine removed and it was given a full recondition. It was dyno tested and the performance increase was huge. Along with a newly designed prop Star Trek now performs better than ever.

An additional 10 Hp Diesel motor powers a 7 Kva 240 Volt generator for on-board power and an 80 amp battery charger.
Star Trek carries 1200 litres of fuel giving it a cruising distance of 600 nautical miles.

A Bauer Dive Compressor capable of re-filling seven dive bottles per hour is installed.

Star Trek is well equipped with electronics having a Furuno 24 mile radar, GPS, a Sea War B16 Large Screen Plotter and a Furuno Colour Sounder. Two VHF Radios are fitted and Star Trek has an auto pilot system.

 

  

 

Star Trek has two large double berths and a further seven single berths for overnight trips. A full size shower is welcomed after a day on water. Star Trek has a well equipped kitchen and ample refrigeration and freezer space to ensure the bait is fresh and ready on your arrival at "Spot X".