|Type||Crew Boat - Wind Farm Vessel|
|Build year / place||2007 / UNITED KINGDOM|
|Breadth (m) / Depth (m)||6 /|
|NT (tons) / GT (tons)||/|
|Engine(s) power (BHP)||1000|
|Engine(s)||2 x Cummins QSC|
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|Built Year & Place||2007 / UNITED KINGDOM|
|Class Society and Notation||MCA Cat 2, 60nm offshore|
|Next Annual Survey|
|Length Overall (m)||15|
|Length Between Prep. (m)|
Machinery & Propulsion
|Total Power Output (BHP)||1000|
|Main Engine(s)||2 x Cummins QSC|
|Main Propulsion System||Water Jet Hamilton 362|
|Auxiliary engine(s)||1 X 12 KW , Beta|
|Speed Maximum (knots)|
|Speed Cruising (knots)||20|
Cargo & Tank Capacities
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Additional InformationOTHER DETAILS Aluminium catamaran hull, designed to operate up to 60 miles from a safe haven. Each hull is split into five watertight compartments. Single wheelhouse forward with a small W.C. and a galley. Seating for twelve passengers, a helmsman and one crew member. The foredeck is arranged to facilitate the transfer of personnel to wind turbine boarding ladders either by berthing between the wind turbine J tubes or berthing directly onto one of the J tubes. The vessels scantlings and construction meet the requirements of Lloyds Register Special Service Craft rules. Built in accordance with UK MCA for Small Workboats and Pilot Boats. Displacement (light): 17.2 tonnes - Payload: 5 tonnes Boat has just had 5 year out of water inspection. MAIN ENGINE: twin turbocharged diesel engines each driving through a reversing gearbox to a water jet. The main engines are 6 cylinder in line marine diesel engines with a displacement of 8.3 litres.Each engine is inclusive of fuel pump, heat exchanger, raw water pump, a 24 Volt starter and a 24 Volt 80 Amp alt. Portside 1600hrs/starboard 1200 hrs GEARBOX: fitted with reversing Gearboxes model ZF 280 Drop Centre with a ratio of 1.1 and with hydraulically actuated multi-disc clutches. WATER JET: Hamilton 362 water jets, coupled to gearbox via double universal slip-jointed Cardan shafts. A split duct Astern Deflector is mounted aft of the steerable nozzle on each jet which is actuated hydraulically to give astern manoeuvring capabilities. FUEL: Two independent alloy fuel tanks of 980 litres each HEATING & VENTILATION: The wheelhouse is served by a Webasto Air top 5000 unit located in the generator space providing warm air heating ducted to the wheelhouse. FRESH & WASTE WATER: Domestic water will be stored in a 215 litre tank. Hot water is provided by a calorifier recovering waste heat from the main engines. Waste water will be held in a holding tank also of 215 litres. The tank may be emptied to sea or to a shore side reception facility via a deck connection FENDERING & HULL PROTECTION: The vessels sides will be protected by a rubber coated foam fender system and the fendering in way of the turbine boat landing will consist of a deep row of vertical heavy fender mounted on the bow. The water jets and direction control bucket assembles are recessed below the deck and protected with a substantial tubular bump guard structure, built onto the deck overhang and the transom. ARRANGEMENT The vessel is arranged for the normal complement of crew, which is understood to be two, seated at the main control station, with seating for twelve additional persons. The aft deck is arranged for deck cargo and there is a man overboard recovery davit sited on the port side. The raised forward transfer deck is fitted with handrails port and starboard and with a hinged section at the bow to allow access to the wind turbines. There is a WC compartment arranged on the port aft quarter of the wheelhouse fitted with an electric flush toilet and washbasin. here is a small galley arranged forward of the WC compartment and fitted with fridge, microwave, 2 ring hob, sink and storage shelves. The seating for the twelve passengers is arranged in three sets of four seats, two facing forward and two facing aft, with a table between. The console will contain the following controls and indications: Engine start/stop Main engine control and monitoring panels: - Engine temperature gauges - Engine oil pressure gauges - Tachometers - Engine hour meters - Battery charging indication - Fuel tank gauges Engine throttles Gear levers Steering wheel Jet bucket control levers Gear box oil pressure gauge Generator operation panel Visual & audible warning alarms for bilge & fire Windscreen Wiper control Control for remote searchlight Horn push button Boat lights control panel (including Navigation lights) Navigation and communications gear Lifting lugs suitable for lifting the boat with a crane will be installed on the perimeter of the vessel. LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT 1 x 16 man liferaft c/w Hydrostatic release arrangements Grab bag containing essential safety equipment 16 x Inflatable lifejackets c/w light and whistle 2 x lifebuoys complete with Perry line and light 1 x Markus Lifenet MOB recovery system Man Over Board recovery davit and winch NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT Furuno Navnet 1944-BB Radar/Plotter Furuno FCV1200-BB Echo Sounder Simrad AP35 (Sys 3) Autopilot Sailor RT5022 VHF (DSC) radio Sailor RT2048 VHF radio Furuno GP32 GPS Furuno RO-Wind – Angle and Speed Indicator Portable VHF CD/Radio Magnetic compass Crew finder equipment
All details are given in good faith and are believed to be accurate but no warranty of accuracy or completeness or suitability for purpose is either stated or implied. Prices are subject to change without notice.