Ex: CG 110 SNOHOMISH, SARAH ROSE, SNOHOMISH
Machinery: Original twin 6-cylinder 720-RPM Ingersoll-Rand diesel engines. She has an Elliot 1200-HP DC propulsion motor, which can be powered on either one or both main engines. Her two generators each produce 60-KW, powered by Detroit 6-71’s.
She will hold 15,500 gallons of fuel and 6000 gallons of fresh water. Her propeller is a 102” x 60” stainless. Additional machinery includes an electric capstan, bow windlass, 600-Lb anchor and 1200-feet of chain.
She is classed as a U.S. Flag Towing Vessel with Coastwise endorsement and an ABS Ocean Load-Line.
CG 110 SNOHOMISH
1943: Built by Bushey & Son’s Brooklyn yard
1947: Delivered to the Coast Guard
1986 4/4: Sold to a private party who made her into a live-aboard yacht
1999 SARAH ROSE
2001: She was arrested around 2001 for unpaid bills, and laid up in Charleston, South Carolina. A fuel company with a claim against her ended up as the new owner
2002: she was renamed, on paper only, as Dami Dew.
2004 X/2: donated to the Northeastern Maritime Historical Foundationby the Santoro Oil Company
2005 -8/10: To the Great Lakes, for preservation, re-renamed SNOHOMISH