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NEW BUILD - 1250 Inshore Fast Interceptor

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Description:12.5m Fast Inshore Interceptor Boat
Date Launched:6 months from contract signing
Displacement:8.5 tonnes
Location:ex factory, China
Broker:Geoff Fraser
Price:USD 700,000

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General Description:

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Technical Specification
1. This 12.5m Inshore Fast Interceptor Boat is one of the family of proven military Boats by Designer Kobus Potgiester, president of KND, also acting as appointed chief designer of Zodiac Group for military boats.
2. The 12.5m Fast Coastal Interceptor Boat is a state-of-the-art high-speed coastal interceptor boat on a basis of reliable wisdom drawn from the designs, engineers and operations experience of more than 300 military boats.
3. This 12.5m Fast Interceptor boat is available with close wheelhouse version and open hardtop version as per above demonstration.
4. Optional Propulsion System: surface drive, water jet drive and stern drive.

This Fully Ballistic Fast Interceptor Boat is designed and to be constructed to satisfy below multi-mission/purposes:
a. Anti-piracy, anti- smuggling and anti-drug trafficking operations.
b. Fishery protection and patrol in and around ports and coastal areas.
c. Disaster Relief and Search & Rescue operations.
d. Patrol in inland and inshore area.
e. Surveillance.
f. Assault Intercepting Operations.

LOA (from bow to stern): 12.50 m
Design Waterline Length: 10.30 m
Beam (Max.): 3.40 m
Depth: 1.86 m
Draft: 0.50 m
Displacement (dead load): 7.5 t
Displacement (full load): 8.5 t
Completion:  2 crew + 10 passengers
Boat Type:  monohull deep-V & stepped hull
Hull Feature: fully ballistic protection
Hull Material: FRP laminated with Vinyl ester + Kevlar
Cruising Range: 200^250 nautical miles

Max. Speed: (2 x MD VGT32-500 stern drive) 55 knots
Max. Speed: (2 x YANMAR 6LAH-STE3 + 2 x ASD10) 55 knots
Max. Speed: (2 x YANMAR 6LAH-STE3 + 2 x HJ322) 45 knots

1. Principle Details
The vessel offered is one of a family of proven high speed patrol vessels designed by Naval Architect Kobus Potgieter at KND Naval Design.
Specifications as below:
Length overall: 12.5m
Length on waterline: 10.3m
Water Draft: 0.5m
Displacement (dead load): ~7.5 tonnes
Crew: 2
Passenger: 10
Classification: RINA

1. Principle Characteristics
The planning mono-hull stepped vessel is the latest 2012 offering developed by KND Naval Design SA based on a family of highly successful HSPB including 60knot Interceptors 12.5m and 14m designs.

2. Design Purpose
The vessel is intended to fulfill the role of a high speed Law Enforcement interceptor craft for operation in coastal and inshore conditions, supporting passengers and crew for both short and extended missions in conditions - moderate to heavy weather / sea states.

3. Registration and Classification
The vessel will be subject to certification by RINA.

4. Construction
The hull and superstructure of this vessel are 3D infused by using vinyl ester and Kevlar to enhance rigidity and strength while reducing weight.

5. Painting
Surfaces will be painted using International Paints Commercial brand two pack linear polyurethane marine paint system to commercial vessel standards of preparation and application.

6. Communication and Navigational Electronic Systems
A communications and navigational electronics package commensurate with the requirements of Government Law Enforcement vessels of coastal operational capabilities of the vessel will be installed including VHF, Satellite compass & GPS plotter, 3D radar and dual depth sounder (sonar).

7. Electrical
The electrical system includes a Fischer Panda 12V DC generator. Electrical designs are to Survey and Classification codes. DC supplies are provided by the house batteries and all batteries – engine start and service batteries are float charged by an auxiliary 150A alternator charger with genset charging redundancy.

8. Freshwater
60 litres - fresh water in Polypropylene tank

9. Black and Grey Water
80 litres of black water polypropylene holding tank is specified, with selective discharge to either dockside pump out or direct overboard.

10. Fit out
The vessel is fitted with KND shock mitigating seats for helmsman and observer/navigator and 6 additional KND adjustable shock mitigating jockey seats with grab handles for Crew. These seats were designed by KND and conform to international RINA rules for high speed mitigation seats. The seats was designed to absorb up to 5 G's

11. Construction
The construction medium for all significant structural elements of the vessel is transverse framing, water tight bulkheads, longitudinal girders and longitudinal stringers.

Boats Technical Description
The hull is a deep V monohull & stepped planning form, with relatively constant sections aft. The hull is divided into four (4) water tight compartments comprised of the engine room, the central main integral fuel tank space, and the forward accommodation volume and bow section. A Cabin is mounted full length of the cockpit to provide shelter for crew and to fit with a radar arch included in the construction. Navigation lighting, radar and aerials are located on a welded aluminium tube mast, a Police light bar, search light and FLIR Voyager night vision monitor are mounted on the wheelhouse roof forward of the mast. The engines are located at the aft end of the vessel with engine room ventilation provided by port & std intake grilles over separator vents in the raised bulwark around the aft quarter. Access to the engine room is offered by inset hatches in the cockpit deck. Larger engine hinged maintenance hatches are also installed in the cockpit deck.
Fender option - A light weight PU close cell foam collar can be mounted full length at the sheer line to protect the hull when along side with large vessels and prevent damage to yachts or light vessels during inspections. Fuel tanks shall be integral tanks fabricated from stainless steel 316#. Fresh and black water holding tanks shall be non integral polyethylene tanks.

BOAT OPERATIONS - Crew and Technical
1. The boat design was specifically designed to provide the ideal platform for high speed pursuit and intercept for Law Enforcement and Customs inspections therefore includes:
a. Stern platform for personnel transfer and recovery
b. Cockpit steps to foredeck provide additional fast access by bow/foredeck transfer
c. Technical – all round engine access for excellent engine maintenance & service
d. Technical - cable and equipment installation design to provide direct easy access to all systems to allow fast track inspection and system diagnostics & parts replacement.

5. Navigation & COMMS Equipment
IMO compliant Furuno Navnet is selected as the primary navigation package, our standard equipment package for high speed Patrol craft and Pilot boats.
1. Navigation
FurDRS4D Furuno UHD 4kW Radome
2 x Furnav 3d12 Furuno Navnet 3D colour radar
1 x TRANSAS ECDIS Navi-sailor 4000. IMO approved 24vdc/240vac, 19" display, excl. charts
1 x GP320B Furuno GPS antenna/receiver
1 x FURFE-700 Furuno 6.5" IMO sounder
1 x ls4100 Furuno sounder mono 4" (for back up)
1 x 555T-SLD Stainless steel transducer
1 x Furext Furuno transducer extension
1 x FM8800S Furuno VHF DSC radio
1 x SC-50 Furuno satellite compass with display
1 x FS1570 Furuno HF radio with DSC - GMDSS approved
1 x Fax5 Furuno preamp unit (for DSC operation)
1 x Fax5Whip Furuno 2.6m antenna (for DSC operation)
1 x HM212 Scalar deck mount 3.7m HF whip fold-down
1 x B20G Scalar High Gain VHF Ant 2.8m fold-down
1 x FurLH-3000 Furuno Loud Hailer/intercom
Sounders – two sender modules have been allowed providing redundancy if a unit is damage by either grounding or debris in the water. The TRANSAS is commercial / military grade IMO approved

2. Communication Equipment
The vessels communications is VHF – ICOM equipment and MFHF (GMDSS – IMO rated)
ICM505 - Icom VHF radio
MB75 - Icom Flush mount kit
RA1225 - VHF antenna high performance
RA116 - Glomex antenna mount stainless

3. Night Vision
FLIR Voyager II long range multi sensor night camera with remote control box, bulkhead box and console monitor

Auxiliary Power - Fisher Pander 12 Mini-DP 12V DC marine water cooled Kubota power generating set with Sound shield and power monitor.
1. General description
The low voltage electrical installation shall be 12V DC insulated return system, (both poles clear of earth). The 12V DC electrical installation shall be in accordance with the requirements of the survey authority. An Electrical Design shall be provided by an Accredited Electrical Designer for both AC and DC systems for the vessels where appropriate. A Certificate of Compliance for the Electrical Design and a Certificate of Compliance for the Electrical Installation shall be supplied by accredited persons (if required by survey). Registered Electrical Contractors utilizing licensed electrical workers shall conduct all electrical installations under shipyard supervision. All electrical wiring, installation and workmanship shall as a minimum, be in accordance with survey and statutory requirements. Electrical equipment shall, within practical limits be so placed as to have a minimum effect on the magnetic compass. Aerial feeder cables associated with radio or navigational equipment shall not be run under the same securing device as any other cables and shall be separate as far as practicable from any other electrical cable. Where electrical cables are run behind linings, they shall be arranged in such a manner that access to the cables may be achieved with minimum disturbance of the linings. All electrical connections and functions shall be designed and arranged to prevent the ingress of water. Large cable conduits or cable trays to be used for all wiring and control cables to enable ease of replacement. All electrical wiring shall be tin coated and double insulated. All electrical wiring shall be installed in neat, tidy and professional manner to the satisfaction of the Inspector with all cables secured to approve cable trays with electrical cable ties. Looms of multiple cables where installed in the lower hull will be encased in approved cable tube with the ends sealed around the cables against moisture. Consideration will be given for the running of all control cables, looms, wiring and steering tubing from the forward to the aft section of the vessel in large capacity, watertight under-floor channels to provide ease of access. All cable penetrations shall be via approved waterproof glands. This applies to multiple cable penetrations and individual cables. Other penetration methods above the waterline may be approved by the Inspection Officer. A schematic drawing shall be provided clearly showing the final cable route layout in any ceiling cavities, bulkheads or any areas not clearly visible. This schematic shall include the positioning of any terminations, joins and junction boxes. A booklet of labelled photos illustrating cable systems and electrical installations during construction will also be provided.

2. Batteries - General
For the primary shore power charging of all batteries a Victron Phoenix Charger 90 260V AC 12V to 24Volt DC 16Amps 2+1 outputs Adaptive 4-stage is provided. Starter batteries will have primary charging by the main engines alternators – the Engine manufacturer’s specifications relating to the charging of batteries in multiple engine and battery installations strictly adhered to. Engine alternator charge outputs shall primarily charge the start batteries, with the radio and house battery banks being charged through Voltage Sensitive Relays (VSR). All battery switches and circuit breakers shall have engraved labelling clearly identifying their individual function. Al battery switches and circuit breakers shall in an easily accessible position to the satisfaction of the inspector.

3. Start Batteries
A pair of heavy duty low maintenance lead acid start batteries shall be supplied and installed for each main engine and charged by 135A alternator per engine. The installation shall include a heavy duty double pole switches and relevant circuit breakers. A separate voltmeter (engraved labeled) shall be fitted for monitoring each start battery and mounted on the helmsman console dash. These batteries must be readily accessible for service and replacement. The voltmeter may be replaced if the EMS incorporates this feature.

4. House Battery bank & Radio Battery bank
A pair of heavy duty sealed AGM 24V batteries shall be provided with suitable charging arrangements via the Pheonix Charger and Victron Inverter. The batteries shall power emergency circuits and marine radios and GPS position readout. The installation shall include a heavy duty double pole switch and relevant circuit breakers. The radio batteries shall be located as per section (12.02). A separate BEP Battery Monitor shall be fitted for monitoring all batteries and mounted on the navigator console dash. For emergency purposes, the radio battery will provide switch capability to parallel with the house bank of batteries.

5. Switchboards and Circuit Breakers
BEP Circuit breakers shall be fitted for the automatic protection of all main and sub distribution circuits. Main load circuit breakers shall be mounted in weather tight cabinets and have engraved labels. All other circuit breakers and switches shall be of a waterproof type and located within the helmsman or navigator consoles as specified. Easy access shall be provided to the front and rear of all switch and distribution boards, which shall be effectively protected, against the environment and accidental contact by the crew or passengers. All switches / circuit breaker panels must have either engraved labelling or labelling provided by the panel manufacturer. Suitable night lighting is to be provided to the switchboard. BEP CB panels and battery selection switches wheelhouse Victron Phoenix Battery Charger BEP DC/AC Mains switch gear with earth leakage protected outletsShore power supply 20m cable Start Batteries x 4, Service batteries and emergency batteries


Engine and propulsion
1. For stern drive version:
Engine: 2 x commercial rated marine diesel MD 6.6L marine diesel engine.
Stern drive: 2 x inlined ZF transmission and MSA300MXC ster drive with 5 blades/steel or Nibrial propellers.
2. For surface drive version:
Engine: 2 x commercial rated marine diesel YANMAR 6LAH-STE3 680hp.
Surface drive: 2 x ASD10.
3. For water jet drive version:
Engine: 2 x commercial rated marine diesel YANMAR 6LAH-STE3 680hp.
Water Jet Pump: 2 x HJ322.

Other features:
Injection system - Common Rail with EDC for variable speed and monitor.
Fuel filter, change over type, flame proof piping and hose
Fuel pre-filter with water separator, change over type with flame- proof hose line
Electric starter, 12 V 7 kW 2-pole insulated
Alternator 28V 120A
Lube oil filter change remote hose line 1.6m ø32mm
Dry air cleaner (Duralite)
Exhaust turbocharger, water-cooled
Exhaust manifold water-cooled
Exhaust gas outlet after Turbocharger 0-90 adjustable
Heat exchanger with surge tank up to 32° C sea-water temperature, attached
Sea-water pump
Engine mount brackets - front end and rear end.
IMO Tier II Technical file.
Service documentation on CD.
A 5 day training package will provide for crew induction to ships systems, controls and boat driving and for maintainers - introduction to all ships equipment for service maintaining for operations readiness including preventive and programmed maintenance requirements. Engine and propulsion system inspection and maintenance Hull and anode inspection
Electrical and electronics diagnostics
Parts replacement and tests
Data analysis and boat/equipment adjustment

1. Shipyard Production Tests
a. Material marine grade metallurgical tests
b. Frame, keel and engine foundations alignment
c. Weld X-ray and vacuum test inspection
d. Manometer Test - Tank and buoyancy sections leak (0.25kgf/cm2 (or 3.5lbf/in2)
e. Engine – shaft alignment/pitch angle set

Production Installations Inspections – QA/QC
a. Hull and shell
b. Engineering systems – fuel line, sea water/fresh water/ grey/black water pipes and valves
c. Bilge pumps, float switches and pipe/valve equipment
d. Cable laying and ties
e. Electrical connections and battery storage
f. Engine installations and systems connections
g. Steering hydraulics and controls
h. Electronic equipment installation and connection

2. Sea Trial
Basin trials (dockside)
a. Engine cooling systems
b. Battery charging
c. Steering operation
d. Mooring equipment
e. Bilge inspection


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IMPORTANT: 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 their agents, or their 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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