1942 UNITED STATES COAST GUARD STORIS (WMEC-38),
MAKE/MANUFACTURER: TOLEDO SHIPBUILDING, MODEL:
SUPPLY SHIP, DATE OF MANUFACTURER: APRIL 4, 1942,
VESSEL NAME: USCGC STORIS, HULL NO: WMEC-38,
SEAWORTHY: YES, VESSEL LENGTH: 230, ENGINE
MISSING: NO, ENGINE HOURS: UNKNOWN, MARINE
SURVEY: NO, THIS VESSEL IS A MEDIUM ENDURANCE
CUTTER WHICH WAS USED FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
FISHERIES. CUTTER IS EQUIPPED WITH THREE EMD
CONNECTED TO THREE WESTINGHOUSE DC GENERATORS
PROVIDING POWER TO ONE WESTINGHOUSE DC PROPULSION
MOTOR (1800 HP)CUTTER REPOWERED IN 1986.
PROPELLER IS 10 FEET-6 INCHES IN DIAMETER X 7
FEET-4 INCHES PITCH, 5 BLADE RH BRONZE. HULL IS
RIVETED STEEL, FULL LOAD DISPLACEMENT IS 1710
LONG TONS. SHAFT BEARING FORWARD, ORION THRUST
SHAFT BEARING AFT, THORDON. SHAFT SEALS FORE AND
AFT: JOHN CRANE TYPE MX9, TANK CAPACITY DIESEL
LONG TONS, FRESH WATER: 93 LONG TONS. COAST GUARD
CREW SIZE: 10 OFFICERS AND 68 CREW MEMBERS WITH
SEPARATE CREW QUARTERS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN.
LAST DRY DOCKING OF CUTTER WAS IN 2007 PRIOR TO
ENTRY INTO THE READY
RESERVE FLEET. HULL WAS CLEANED AND HULL RECOATED
TO PREVENT SLUFFING OF HULL PAINT. THE TWO, 22
FOOT, MODEL H630 ZODIAC BOATS CURRENTLY ON BOARD
THE CUTTER WILL CONVEY WITH THE CUTTER BOAT HIN:
XDC63248C000 AND XDC63193E898. CUTTER ALSO
EQUIPPED WITH A HYDRAULIC CARGO BOOM ON FORWARD
PART OF THE CUTTER. CUTTER WAS ORIGINALLY
DESIGNED TO BE A
SUPPLY VESSEL FOR OPERATIONS IN GREENLAND (NORTH
ATLANTIC, THE CUTTER HAS SOME DEGREE OF ICE
BREAKING CAPABILITY. SHIP CIRCUMENAVIGATED NORTH
AMERICA VIA NORTHWEST PASSAGE WITH CGC CUTTERS
BRAMBLE AND SPAR IN 1957. VESSEL ADDED TO THE
REGISTER OF HISTORICAL PLACES IN DECEMBER 2012.
CUTTER HOMEPORTED IN ALASKA 1990 UNTIL 2007 WHEN
IT WAS REMOVED FROM ACTIVE
SERVICE AND MOVED TO THE RRF, SUISUN BAY, CA. THE
CONDIITON CODE OF "REPAIRABLE" DUE TO REMOVAL OF
SHIP ELECTRONICS AND ABSENCE OF WORKING RADIO OR
WORKING RADAR. NEXT OWNER/OPERATOR WILL HAVE TO
PROVIDE A VALID CERTIFICATE OF FINANCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY (COFR) BEFORE ACCEPTING CUSTODY OF
THE CUTTER. NEXT OWNER/OPERATOR ALSO
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REQUIREMENTS TO CLEAN HULL
FOR COMPLIANCE WITH NON-INDIGENOUS SPECIES ACT
BEFORE CUTTER DEPARTS SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. ON
BOARD INSPECTIONS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED AND CAN
BE ARRANGED BY CONTACTING JEFF BEACH AT USCG
HEADQUARTERS IN WASHINGTON, DC AT (202) 372-3646,
OR EMAIL: JEFF.L.BEACH@USCG.MIL SHIP VISITS
WILL A COUPLE OF DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE AND ARE
SUBJECT TO ESCORT AVAILABILITY. THE PHOTO LISTED
FOR THE CGC STORIS SHOWS CUTTER WITH FULL COAST
GUARD MARKINGS AS THE SHIP TRAVELS UNDER THE
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE. ALL COAST GUARD MARKINGS HAVE
BEEN REMOVED FROM THE SHIP AND IT NOW HAS AN ALL
WHITE HULL. LAST DDX 2007.*****THIS ITEM REQUIRES
A BID DEPOSIT OF $20,000. BID DEPOSITS MUST BE IN
THE FORM OF A CASHIER~S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER AND
SHOULD BE MADE OUT TO G.S.A. AND MAILED TO: GSA,
4QSCA, 77 FORSYTH STREET, SUITE 100, ATTN: TONYA
DILLARD, ATLANTA, GA 30303. PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS
MUST PROVIDE THEIR GSAAUCTIONS LOGIN NAME, SALE
AND LOT NUMBER, ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER,
AND EMAIL ADDRESS. ONCE BID DEPOSIT HAS BEEN
RECEIVED, BID RIGHTS WILL BE ASSIGNED*****ALL BID
DEPOSITS WILL BE RETURNED WITHIN FIVE BUSINESS
DAYS FROM THE CLOSING DATE OF THE SALE. ALL
BIDDERS MUST BE REGISTERED*****ALL BID DEPOSITS
MUST BE RECEIVED BY 12 NOON ON JUNE 26, 2013*****
ALL BIDDERS MUST BE REGISTERED VIA
GSAAUCTIONS.GOV WEBSITE*****CREDIT CARDS WILL NOT
BE ACCEPTED FOR BID DEPOSITS*****
REPAIRS MAY BE REQUIRED*****
STARTING JUNE 20TH THRU JUNE 27TH, POTENTIAL
BIDDER MAY CALL CAPTAIN PATRICK FLYNN AT
202-372-3652 TO OBTAIN INFORMATION OR SCHEDULE
THE CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY IS NOT WARRANTED.
Special Inspection Information
POTENTIAL BIDDERS ARE URGED TO INSPECT THE VESSEL PRIOR TO
PLACING A BID. PROPERTY MUST BE PAID FOR NO LATER THAN
JULY 1, 2013.
Please contact the custodian for inspection dates and times and for removal arrangements.
Property Location and inquiries/questions regarding property inspection and/or removal:
U.S. Maritime Ready Reserve Fleet
End Of Lake Herman Road
Benicia, CA 94510
Contact: Jeff Beach
For inquiries/questions regarding payment, contact the following sales office:
GSA, FAS, 4QSCC
77 FORSYTH STREET
ATLANTA , GA 30303
For inquiries/questions regarding contractual issues, contact the following sales contracting officer/property disposal specialist:
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Current High Bid:
70,100 USD (Reserve Not Met)
Reserve Price Amount:
Inactivity period for reduction of Bid Increment:
Reduction of bid increment:
Reduction of bid increment limit:
20130612 08:00 PM CT
06/27 08:15 PM CT
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Winning & Trading
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As of February 14, 2009 bidders will be assigned the actual bidder number for the sale/lot based on when they placed their bid, if you are the first bidder for this sale you will see Bidder#1, if you are the second bidder you will see Bidder#2.
Bidders in the Auction (Current top 10 bidders)
(Reserve not met) 70,100 USD
06/27/2013 07:55:58 PM CT
06/27/2013 07:55:21 PM CT
No bids currently
(*) Possible Extension. See Bidding Rules.