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1999 Master Marine 40 Push Boat 40 - 40'  Sale Pending

Year 1999
Length 40ft.
Price USD $139,000
Type: Pre-owned
Hull Material
Engine type Other
Contact Information
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
Cabin Headroom: 7 ft 0 in
Max Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Fuel: (700 Gallons)
Water: (400 Gallons)
Holding Tank: (200 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Headroom: 7 ft 0 in
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 12 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (700 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of twin berths: 4
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1


The deckhouse is painted and is configured with the following dimensions: 9’0” wide, 7’0” clear height inside, and a deck measuring approximately 20’ in length. A gasketed door with window on both port and starboard with lever handles without dogs. The deckhouse is fitted with rubber-lock type windows with gray tinted Lexan MR50000 ¼” thick and radius corners. A total of three windows forward, three including the doors and two at the rear providing great visibility 360 degrees around. Consisting of two (2) levels the main deck houses the living quarters and galley in the forward section and separate head and shower facilities aft. Entry to the engineering space is at the aft portion of the deckhouse through a watertight door on the centerline.



Situated on the main deck this well lighted and well ventilated area is in the forward portion of the house. The space has a flush mounted air conditioning unit in the overhead. There are a total of 4 bunk spaces of which 3 are currently used as bunks and the fourth for additional storage. There is a separate head and a separate shower each with their own doors entered from the main deck aft of the living/galley space.



Sharing the living quarters space the functional galley is equipped with the following appliances:

Whirlpool Refrigerator / Freezer
Hot-Point Four (4) Burner Electric Stove and Oven
Two (2) Basin Stainless Steel Sinks flush mounted into counter with Cabinet and drawer storage
Overhead Air Conditioning

Electronics & Navigation

• Furuno LS-4100 Echo Sounder
• West Marine VHF 680Standard Horizon Loud Hailer VLH-3000
• West Marine VHF Redundant System
• GE HailerDavis Vantage VVE Wireless Weather Station
• Standard Horizon GPS Chartplotter CP550
• West Marine AIS-1000 Class B Transceiver
• SiTex Marine RadarSearch Light with Remote Control
• Mircom Fire Alarm System Control Unit
• Caterpillar Engine InstrumentationNext Generation Control Panel for Kubota Generator
• Window Mount Style Air Conditioning

Electrical System 12 VAC / 120VDC

The vessel is equipped with U.S. Coast Guard approved navigation lights, an array of electronic gear and engine/transmission instrumentation. There is a Kubota Generator cooled by heat exchanger

Hull Construction

Hull Scantlings were in accordance with ABS Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels on Rivers and Intracoastal Waterways. The hull is subdivided with three (3) transverse watertight bulkheads: namely a collision bulkhead forward, and at the forward and aft ends of the machinery space. The transom and face are constructed of 3/8” thick steel plate , the bottom a minimum of 5/16” thick steel plate, and the sides a minimum of ¼” thick steel plate.

Deck & Hull


Hull and Deck Fittings

The pushing knees are 8’0” high, with their feet positioned at the appropriate projected maximum hull draft waterline. The face of the pushing knees are boxed 12” channel iron, 20.7lbs/ft, faced with push pads 2” thick X 10” wide steel backing plates. Steps and suitable handrails are present on the push knees supports for boarding high barges. Compartments not normally used as work spaces have access by means of 24” diameter flush watertight hatches.


Steel plate bulwarks 24” high are mounted across the bow and extend down each side from the bow for a distance of 10’. A second set of plate bulwarks 18” high are mounted across the stern, and extend 12’ 0” forward from the stern on both sides.

Towing Bitts

The boat is fitted with “H” configuration towing bitts. The verticals are welded through the deck, and terminate at the hull floors with a doubler plate at the deck line. They are 8” schedule 80 steel pipe, and the cross member of 2” diameter steel round bar, extending 12” beyond the verticals from the tops. The top of the bitts stand 36” above the deck and are 16” between the verticals.

Bow Bitts

The bow is also equipped with a similar set of “H” bitts. however the vertical posts are 6” schedule 80 steel pipe and the cross members are 1 ½” diameter steel round bar extending through the vertical posts 12” each side. These are welded through the deck utilizing a doubler plate and welded to the hull’s bottom frames. The tops of these bitts stand 36” above the deck and are 14” between the verticals.

Bottom Bitts

A set of 8” diameter button bitts are installed at the trailing ends of the forward bulwarks.


The bow deck is fitted with a matching set of (right and left handed JR53B LH and JR53B RH) Patterson 20 Ton handwheel operated barge winches on the bow deck. Filled with a minimum of 100 feet of ½” steel center wire rope on each winch which are terminated at the midships double bitts.

Athwartships Bitts

Two sets of “H” are provided one p[lace athwartships on each side of the deck and as with the other bitts onboard incorporate doubler plates, penetrate the deck and protrude down the inside of the hull plating where the feet are welded solidly in place.

Engine Room

Powered by a pair of 1999 Caterpillar 3116TA Marine Propulsion Engines rated at 205 HP at 2400 RPM's and MG5061 Twin Disc MG-509 Marine Gears with a 3:1 Ratio. The main engine Caterpillar engines show 5,316 Hours to Port and 5,381 Hours to Starboard. Regular routine maintenance has been logged by her professional full crew. Dry stack exhausts. There is a dunnage box containing some spare filters and parts on deck. Standard engine instrumentation at the helm as well as control pad for the onboard Kubota generator.

Keel Coolers

Main engines and equipped with keel coolers fabricated of heavy channel iron with each engine having a dedicated cooler.

Steering Gear

The steering system is hydraulically actuated, with a mechanical follow-up and is controlled by a steering lever in the wheelhouse. Power is provided by hydraulic pumps mounted on each propulsion engine. The rudder travel is 45 degrees from center both port and starboard.

Bilge Pump System

The builder provided a central manifold bilge pump system with 1 ¼” pipe suctions from each compartment. Powered by 120 VAC electric motor operated self-priming 20 GPM centrifugal pump. The machinery space is equipped a Rule 12 VDC 3,000 GPH backup pump with an automatic float switch.

Exhaust System

Engine exhausts are dry stack and are routed through two separate stacks at the aft corner of the wheelhouse deck. Exhausts are fitted with mufflers to provide silencing and reducing the total exhaust noise to acceptable OSHA levels.



An integral steel diesel fuel tank with 700 US Gallon capacity with deck mounted fill port, and overflow protected vents system.

A USCG approved potable water tank with a 400 US Gallon capacity

Both the potable water tank and the fuel tank are secured to the hull bottom framing, but insulated from making contact with either the floors or the sides of the hull.

The gray water holding tank has a capacity of 200 US Gallons and has a fitting on deck for removal of contents

Video Presentations


40 Master Marine Push Boat 1999 Exterior Presentation

40 Master Marine Push Boat 1999 Pilothouse

40 Master Marine Push Boat 1999 Engine Room

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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