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Anderson Hull with 150 Hp Evinrude outboard motor

22-foot Anderson hull with a cabin and a 150 Hp Evinrude outboard motor. Equipment includes: Furuno GPS and Radar, 2500ft fathometer, VHF marine radio, EPIRB and compass. The boat can hold up to 22 SCUBA tanks (5 along the rails, 5 in the hold, and 12 in a tank rack) and is capable of cruising at 25 knots with 5 divers and gear. Maximum load capacity is 1,300 lbs. It has a 100-gallon fuel tank giving the boat an operating range of 200 miles. A 12VDC pinch wheel and 200m of line can be attached to deliver and retrieve oceanographic equipment. A vertical pole mount is available for mobile sonar and ADCP surveys. A 100-gallon live tank can also be put on deck for organism collection. The dual axle trailer allows the boat to be launched from a range of harbors and hoists.


  • $137.20 per day
  • $28.48 per hour

Boat users are charged the daily rate in addition to the hourly rate

Technical Primary Contact:
Christoph Pierre

Access Procedure: 
Faculty, Staff, Graduate and Undergraduate students may become certified to pilot departmental boats after submitting the following to the Launch Master: 1. Written statement from the Grant PI requesting that you become a UCSB certified boat operator to captain boats under the auspices of the grant. Please include the grant title and EEMB 4 digit recharge number. 2. Photo copy of your small boat handling certificate or equal document. 3. Documentation that confirms that you have current First Aid, CPR, and Oxygen administration. 4. Written confirmation from a UCSB certified boat operator(s) that you have completed 12 mainland or 16 island trips in their presence where you have been the primary operator of the boat. After submitting the necessary paperwork a boat "check-out" by the Launch Master must be completed to demonstrate that you have mastered all the idiosyncrasies of operating a UCSB vessel.
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