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DESCRIPTION:NEW BUILD - 31m Alloy Security Vessel
DATE LAUNCHED:Built to Order
LENGTH:31.3m (102ft 8in)
BEAM:7.5m (24ft 7in)
LOCATION:ex yard, India
BROKER:Geoff Fraser

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Designed by:  Australian Marine Technology
Date: 29th June 2016
Quote No: AMT 1497
Ref Plan: AMT 475-001-1-A
Yard Number: TBA
The vessel shall be constructed as a medium speed, sea kindly, security boat for operation in ambient air temperature of 45 degrees Centigrade and seawater max temperature of 35 degrees Centigrade, Relative humidity 100%. Vessel will have adequate stability and perform standby duty at offshore in high winds with atmosphere (Beaufort 7 Condition).
The vessel shall be arranged as shown in the preliminary drawings.
The helm is arranged to allow all round vision. Entry to the passenger deck is via rear doors and one forward door on the main deck. Aft control station is located on the top deck aft of the main bridge station. Toilets positioned aft on the main deck for passengers. Expansive cargo deck with recessed tie down points is located aft of the wheelhouse.
Principal Dimension
Length Overall: 31.30 metres
Beam: 7.50 metres
Depth Moulded: 3.28 metres
Draft (lightship) 1.30 metres approx.
Draft (Laden): 2.10 metres approx
Draft (under props): 3.30 metres
Classification DNV Class: +1A1 HSLC R3 Patrol
Cargo B
Ballistic Protection – Bridge: Level 111
Maximum Speed @ 100% of MCR: 30.0 knots
Cruising Speed @ 85% of MCR: 27.0 knots
Fuel – Main Tank: 30,000 litres
Endurance: 1200NM with 10% reserve
Sewage tank: 3,000 litres
Dirty Bilge Tank: 1,000 litres
Oil Tanks (dirty / clean): 1,000 litres (each)
Water: 20,000 litres
Lightship weight: 89 tonnes
Deadweight: 72 tonnes
Crew: 8
Security personnel: 32
Deck space – clear: 6.00 metres x 11.5 metres
Deck Loading  Capacity: 2.0 tonnes per m²
Bow Thruster: 60BHP
Hull & Superstructure
The vessel shall be an all welded, transversely framed, longitudinally stiffened aluminium structure. All scantling shall be in accordance with the Shipping Code for Aluminium planing craft, DNV requirements for classification.
Eight (8) watertight bulkheads shall be provided for watertight subdivision. Limber holes to be provided as necessary to ensure proper drainage and ventilation of all tanks, compartments, pockets and voids. Insert plates shall be used for all local structural reinforcement as required. The stern quarters shall be additionally stiffened with 12mm plate and 8mm plate gussets around the corner sections of the transom. Aircraft type fenders shall be fitted using bolted aluminium individual brackets and or stainless steel shackles and chain as shown on general arrangement drawing.
Materials ( Hull & Superstructure)
All structural aluminium materials used shall be: Grade A1 Mg 4.5Mn A Series:
5083-H116 Plate, Sheet
6061/6082 – T6 Extruded sections
Hatches, Doors & Portlights
The following hatches and doors shall be provided:
Watertight door tiller room to aft tank room
Watertight door aft tank room to engine room
Watertight hatches (raised combing) and ladder to tiller room and aft tank room from 
aft deck
Weather door fitted to passenger cabin aft bulkhead
Weathertight door fitted to bridge aft bulkhead and port / stbd sides.
Weathertight door fitted to passenger cabin forward
Watertight door engine room to fuel tank room
Watertight door water tank room to forward accommodation
Watertight door accommodation to Galley accommodation
Watertight door Galley accommodation to fwd accommodation
Bolted flush deck hatches over engines, gensets and spare tanks
Deck Fittings & Hardware
Suitable mooring bits & cleats (8 off).
Tie down point (recessed) on cargo deck
One set aluminium rails along wheelhouse sides
Ladders to wheelhouse roof
Cargo Rails and ventilation boxes on aft deck
Passenger loading area at aft deck
Storage boxes at aft wheelhouse bulkhead
Loading platform at the transom area non slip and railings
1 off Rescue craft launching davit
1 off 5.0 metre MF Rescue Craft with 1 off 70HP outboard engine
1 off 1.0 tonne SWL Hydraulic crane
One rescue zone clearly marked on vessels sides port and starboard with tie points fitted for securing rope ladders, etc. Removable chains shall be fitted to bulwark in these areas. Illumination for Rescue Craft deployment
Main Engines & Gearboxes
Two (2) off Cummins KTA 50 M2 diesel engines rated at 175 HP each @ 1950 rpm shall be installed.
Engines shall be connected to ZF direct coupled marine gearboxes with torsion vibration dampers.
The engines shall be fitted with electric start. Each engine instrument panel and key stop/start to be provided at the main helm, aft helm and engine room. Main engines to be resiliently mounted to ship’s structure.
Engine monitoring system shall be fitted for each engine.
Machinery Space Ventilation
380 Volt AC axial type fans shall be installed with inlets affixed to approved height, with flow through characteristics and fire dampers. Airflow to be in accordance with the engine manufacturer.
Centralised start/stop buttons in the wheelhouse and emergency stop buttons outside the machinery space will be fitted.
Drive System
Two (2) off  Aquamet stainless steel reversible propeller shafts, supported in heavy walled aluminium stern tubes with water injected bearings shall be fitted. 5 blade manganese bronze (NiBrAl), balanced propellers shall be fitted, outboard turning. 2 off Semi balanced rudders constructed of 316 stainless steel, with adjustable tie rod and double acting hydraulic cylinders shall provide the steering.
Bilge System
An electric driven bilge pump, 38mm self priming, shall be provided with bilge suctions to forward, accommodation, water tank, midship, engine and tiller room compartments. Emergency back-up pump shall be provided. Suctions shall be connected to a manifold with 316 stainless steel ball valves (clearly labelled), non return valves and strainers.
The fire pump shall be connected to the bilge manifold in case of emergency back-up.
Automatic electric 24 volt bilge pumps shall be installed in machinery spaces with alarms and manual override switches at helm. Power to be available when all power off if boat left unattended.
A dirty bilge water tank of 1000 litres shall be fitted and it shall have its own dedicated discharge pump. A oily water separator shall be fitted complete with alarm. Alarm shall activate when oil content discharge exceeds 15ppm
Main Engines
Main engine instrumentation will be provided with the following instruments in each of the following locations, for each engine:
Engine Room instruments: 
  • Engine oil pressure gauge
  • Gear Oil pressure
  • Water temperature gauge
  • Engine Start
  • Engine Stop
  • Tachometer
  • Hour meter
  • Exhaust Temp gauges
Pilothouse Instruments:
  • Engine oil pressure gauge
  • Gear oil pressure gauge
  • Water temperature gauge
  • Tachometer
  • Engine start
  • Engine stop
  • Gear oil temp gauge
  • Exhaust temp gauges
Aft Station instruments:
  • Engine oil pressure gauge
  • Gear oil pressure gauge
  • Water temperature gauge
  • Tachometer
  • Engine start
  • Engine stop
  • Gear oil temp gauge
  • Exhaust temp gauges
Main Engine Controls & Steering
All controls shall be located in the pilot house (main helm and aft helm station) Controls shall be as recommended by the engine and gearbox manufacturers  and to suit the engine monitoring system. Controls are electric type.
Steering Hydraulic
A charlyn orbital valve shall be connected to two hydraulic cylinders connected via a tie rod to synchronise the two rudders. The tie rod will be adjustable and  stainless steel.
Hydraulic pump (2 off) is 380 volt electric driven. Emergency steering is provided via the orbitrol, which can be operated manually if the pump fails. Stainless steel steering wheels are fitted. A rudder angle indicator shall be fitted in the wheelhouse at the main helm and aft control station.
Limit stop shall be fitted on the rudder stocks so limit the steering to 35 degrees either side of centre and emergency hydraulic valves shall be provided to lock the rudders in the central position.
A 70 BHP bow thruster will be installed with controls fitted at main helm and aft station. The bow thruster will be self sufficient with its own power pack.
Exhaust and Silencers
Wet exhausts will be provided for the main and auxiliary engines. Exhaust pipes will be sufficiently lagged with asbestos-free heat insulating material with outer cladding. Rubber hose connections are to be provided for each engine for absorption of  thermal expansion and vibration. Exhaust pipes are to be flange jointed for ease of maintenance. Cooling of the exhaust pipes is to be by water injection after the turbo outlet. The run of the exhaust pipes are to be suitable looped to prevent water ingress into the turbos. The lagging shall be the removable blanket type. Exhausts shall be through hull sides.
Sea Suctions
Stainless Steel body sea chests shall be constructed from Grade 316 alloy.  Strainers shall be 316 SS perforated sheet. Each engine shall have its own sea chest and these will be interconnected for emergency/cleaning back up. Generators shall each have a sea chest interconnected for emergency/cleaning back-up.
All valving shall be 316 SS full flow ball valve/water valves. Non return valves shall be 3016 SS.
  • All flanges shall have steam gaskets fitted (not rubber)
  • Bilge system- heavy wall aluminium Grade 6082 alloy
  • Sea water suctions – 316 SS
  • Fire-316 SS
  • Fuel – 316 SS
  • Fresh water – Butyl
  • CO² - 316 SS
  • Exhaust – 316 SS
  • Overboard discharge (seawater) – 316 SS
Pipe System Colour Code Shall apply
Air Pipes: White
Fresh Water Cooling: Dark Blue
Potable Water: Light Blue
Se Water Cooling: Dark Green
Sanitary Water: Light Green
Fuel Oil: Black
Lube Oil: Yellow
Hydraulic Oil: Aluminium
Bilge and Ballast: Dark Brown
Fire Lines and Hydrants: Signal Red
All pipes must be marked, tank manholes, tanks and valves to be clearly labelled with matching colours. Tanks shall be clearly labelled by welded tally plates fitted stating for what purpose they are.
Auxiliary Machinery
Two (2) off 78.0 Kw Cummins type diesel engine Stamford generator heat exchange sea water cooled, 380 volt 50 Hz shall be resiliently mounted to ships structure
Safety shutdown for high water temperature, low oil pressure and over revving shall be fitted ( one unit sized to run the ship in normal sea going condition)
Safety shutdown for high water temperature, low oil pressure and over revving shall be fitted (unit sized to run air-conditioning and galley at alongside condition)
Monitoring panel and stop/start shall be located at the generators and at the main helm position shall be emergency stop and monitoring gauges only.
Vessel Service Equipment
Fire Pump
One diesel engine driven centrifugal fire pump with stainless steel impellor and shaft is to be provided with independent sea suction as approved by Class.
Fire stations with 38mm hose with adjustable nozzle shall be provided with a hose rack for each station in the ship so that all parts of the vessel can be reached. One fire station with 30 ft of 38mm hose with adjustable nozzle shall be provided in the engine room.
One manual fire monitor shall be fitted on the wheelhouse roof with capacity of 300 cfm
Machinery Space fire Detection  and a Fixed Fire Fighting System
An automatic fire detection system shall be installed in all spaces. The fire flooding system will be a CO² system based on compliance to classification.
Activation of the CO² system will be manual only using the lever arm on top of the cylinder assembly. A remote cable shall be connected so it can be activated from the aft deck or as close as possible to the CO² bottles as approved by Class.
The cylinders are steel construction and approved for marine use.
As the system is not automatic in operation, we have allowed for heat and smoke detectors in the machinery spaces, to be connected to a light and a  buzzer, flush mounted in the console, with engravings. Warming lights and alarms shall also be fitted in the machinery spaces.
The CO² bottles are to be stowed outside the machinery space. CO² release warning alarms are to be provided in the machinery spaces, activated by the carbon dioxide release controls.
  • 1 off ¾ horsepower jet style pump shall be provided to lift water from the fresh water tanks and deliver to all fresh water outlets.
30 UDS gallons pressure tanks shall be coupled to provide pressure system @ 3 bar off and 1.5 bar. On.
  • All piping shall be in accordance with specification and DNV classification.
  • Outlets shall be provided at :
  • Galley unit (hot and cold) – 2 sinks/swivel faucet
  • Heads (hot and cold).
  • Two on deck water spigot located forward and aft wheelhouse
  • Engine Room
  • Each windscreen wiper for washers.
  • Showers (hot and cold).
  • 80mm deck filler and 80mm vent shall be located on the main deck.
  • A contents gauge shall be provided at the helm and a sounding stick (calibrated) provided, float tube type VDO – 24 volt gauge and sender
  • A 220 volt hot water system shall be fitted.
Sanitary System
The W.C.’s shall utilise fresh water and be vacuum type. Discharge from the sewage tank will be on the aft deck. All sink drains shall drain directly on overboard through PVC piping with non-return valves at the discharge on the vessel’s hull shell.
Sewerage Tank
A sewerage tank shall be supplied with suction outlet on the main deck. The capacity shall be 3000 litres and it shall be made from GRP or Stainless Steel. An International discharge adaptor shall be fitted on the aft deck.
The sewerage system shall utilise the fresh water supply. A float actuated electric discharge pump shall be installed to shower pumps.
All piping is a combination of schedule 80 PVC, schedule 40 aluminium piping and 316 stainless steel as approved by the Owners.
Anchor Windlass
Two High Holding Power (HHP) Danforth anchor shall be provided and installed in the forepeak. Chain and shackles shall be fitted in accordance with the equipment number allocated by class to each anchor.
Anchor windlass 380 volt shall have gypsy wheels, hawser reel and warping ends fitted.
Fuel Oil System
The inbuilt fuel oil tanks are to be 30,000 litre capacity (an integral part of the ship’s structure) with filling and sounding pipe, air pipe with flame trap on deck, self-closing drain valve, discharge valve with remote-operated quick-closing devices fitted.
Raycor type Duplex filters with change over cook are to provide to each engine. Water separation/fuel pre-filter is to be fitted to the fuel supply lines. One rod, calibrated in litres and US gallons, is to be provided for each fuel oil tank. The tanks shall be provided with inspection manholes. The fuel tanks will be located forward and aft of the engine room compartment as indicated in the general arrangement drawing. The fuel oil tanks will be tested to a hydrostatic head 2.45 metres. All plumbing and shut off’s shall be in accordance with classification and approved by the Owner.
Builder shall provide a complete and modern electrical system, using the latest methods of design and conform to classification and approve by the Owner.
220/380 Volt A/C
The 220/380 volt system will be supplied by either of the two (2) Cummins Diesel, 78.0kW Stamford alternators or shore power when available. The power source will be selected through a manual change over panel which will ensure only one power supply is connected to the main distribution at one time. All necessary switches, connections, wiring, etc, shall be provided to properly complete the system. Components of the AC system shall be:
The AC system will be supplied by either one (1) of the 78.0 kW Stamford 380 volt 50 cycles, 3 phase, 3-pole alternators. The 2 generators shall be sized to allow 100% redundancy. Each generators comes included with the following items:
  • Flexibly coupled and mounted alternator
  • Flexible Mounting feet and aluminium base frame
  • Sea water heat exchanger cooling
  • Water-cooled exhaust manifold
  • Air cleaner
  • 24 volt electrics
  • Solenoid shutdown on low oil pressure and high water temperature incorporated in panel with visual alarm, hour meter, oil pressure gauge, temperature gauge
  • Header tank
  • Over speed shutdown
Distribution Panels
The builder shall furnish distribution panels in the following locations:
One (1) 220/380V engine room distribution panel
One (1) 220/380V pilothouse distribution panel
220 Volt AC single phase and 380 Volt three phase shall be provided.
Interior switches shall be non-watertight. All machinery rooms and exterior switches shall be water tight.
Shore Power
A waterproof 100 amp 380/220 volt three phase 50 cycle shore power receptable with 20 metres of power cord shall be provided.
24 Volt System
The 24 volt system shall be provided for services shown below. The batteries shall be installed in a lined, vented and anchored battery case. All necessary switches, connections, wiring, etc will be equipped to properly complete the 24 volt system. Components of the 24 volt system shall be:
  • Battery
A total of two (2) banks for main engine starting and two (2) banks 24 volt for generator starting. One emergency bank shall be fitted above the weather deck.
  • Battery Charger
The 24 volt batteries will be recharged by the main engine and auxiliary engine’s alternators.
  • 24 Volt System
The following systems and equipment will be supplied by the 24 volt system:
  • Nav lights
  • Emergency light in the engine room, accommodations and pilot house
  • Bilge alarm
  • Electronics
  • Bilge pumps
  • CO² warning system
  • Deck lights/spot lights
  • Chart lights
Exterior and Interior Lighting
Lighting shall be designed for operation at 220 volts A.C.
The vessel shall be adequately lighted throughout with fluorescent and incandescent marine type fixtures of a style applicable to the location and service required.
Switches shall be water tight or non-watertight depending on the locations.
Receptacles shall be installed in sufficient number as required throughout the craft and particular attention shall be given to the number installed in the machinery, galley and cabin areas. Receptacles shall be watertight on exterior and machinery compartment areas.
Lighting Fixtures
The lighting fixtures shall be commercial type marine quality.
  • Pilothouse area: 6 off
  • Passenger Compartments: 14 off
  • Lower Crew Compartments: 19 off
  • Heads and shower areas: 12 off
  • Engine Room: 6 off
  • Reading Lights in Cabins: 16 off
  • Fuel Tank Room: 6 off
  • Water Tank Compartment: 2 off
  • Tiller Compartment: 2 floodlights for cargo deck (500 watt)
  • Exterior: 1 light on foredeck
    6 around cabin sides for deck lighting
    2 x 2 kW remote operated
    Spotlights on wheelhouse roof facing
    Forwards and 2 off 2 kW on wheelhouse roof facing aft
    2 x 6 inch portable searchlights handrail mounting to be provided 
Navigational Lights
Running, anchor and signal lights shall be installed and connected to the navigation light panel located in the pilothouse. Power supply from the main and emergency 24V supply shall be made available transferable through selector switch at the pilothouse. An automatic warning indicator in the event of failure to alight is to be provided at the main helm with audible and or visual warning. Single bulb navigation lights shall be installed as required by International Rules for the prevention of collision of the ships at sea. The navigation mast tower shall be folding type.
Emergency Lighting
Emergency lighting shall be supplied by the 24 volt battery system and strategically positioned throughout the vessel.
Reverse cycle airconditioning shall be provided by air-cooled split type units to all living spaces (wheelhouse, accommodation, saloons, galley, etc). Evaporators mounted on the wheelhouse roof (special attention to be given to the drainage). A redundancy system shall be fitted for the passenger deck area to ensure alternative supply can be given to that deck in case of failure of the AC system. Units shall provide cooling to 22.0 degree C in summer season climatic conditions of maximum ambient temperature of 50C degree, sea water temperature 42 C degree, relative humidity
Appliances/ Storage
Within the lower crew compartment a s four electric hot plate stove, microwave, 2 x 500 litre refrigerator / 100 litre freezer, double sink arrangement, TV, stereo music centre with DVD player / recorder, washing machine and dryer shall be fitted.
Passenger area shall have TV, and DVD player fitted in the saloon lounge area.
Galley area shall have fitted adjacent to it dry stores and Frozen stores room which shall be stainless steel lined and have shelves for storage of foods stuffs fitted. One drinking water fountain shall be located on the main deck.
Electronics / Navigation
The following shall be provided and fitted: (to comply with GMDSS area A2, Classification society, latest SOLAS and International Collisions regulations)
  • 2 off multi channel VHF Radios – ICOM IC 411
  • 2 off RADARS –FAR 2117
  • DGPS – FURUNO 1250
  • GME intercom (E.R. to bridge, accommodation to bridge) E.R station shall have protective hood surround to reduce noise interference and have a light warning to indicate the bridge calling. Public address system option shall be fitted
  • MAGNETIC COMPASS – Danforth Express with deviation card
  • LOUDHAILER – Raytheon 430 with speaker forward and aft and a repeater at the aft station ((synchronized to public address on top deck)
  • Echo sounder (FURUNO) with repeater at aft station
  • Electronic Speed and distance Log
  • Gyro compass shall be fitted interactive with autopilot with repeater at aft station
  • One fixed anemometer with digital readout
  • One V-SAT with Email System
  • One AIS system
  • One Navtex receiver
  • One auto pilot compatible with gyro compass
  • One chart plotter with minimum screen size 270mm x 270mm
  • One Marine Grade infrared camera. Remote controlled 10-12 inch flat screen with white hot display
  • 2 off night vision high powered binoculars Fujinon Optica 25 x 150 MT with pedestal mounting
  • One SSB radio Icom IC M801E
Seating and Tables
Seating shall be placed as detailed in General arrangement plan. Main helm chairs and security personnel chairs fitted in wheelhouse shall be high quality suspension sprung type marine captain’s chairs with swivel pedestals, arm rests and head rests adjustable type.
European style vacuum freshwater flushed toilets shall be provided with stainless steel sink, soap holder, toilet paper holder, mirror, and exhaust fan in each WC area.
All windows shall be armour plate to level 111 ballistic protection in the bridge area, fixed panels housed in the aluminium structure as approved by Class requirements. Fixed within the superstructure plating with dedicated frame and approved silicon adhesive fastening system.
(Owner to select colour and decoration / fabric and interior finishes)
  • Wheelhouse – fire retardant vinyl
  • Passenger and crew compartments – fire retardant vinyl
  • Passenger and crew compartment heads – epoxy
  • Engine room – Aluminium Tread Plate
  • Tank rooms – Aluminium Tread Plate
  • Tiller Compartment – Aluminium Tread Plate
  • Wheelhouse – 100mm fibreglass insulation on walls with laminate panelling trim.
  • Passenger and crew compartments – as above
  • Heads – as above
  • Engine room – 100mm mineral wool insulation covered with stainless steel. Forward bulkhead.
  • Wheelhouse – 100mm fibreglass insulation with laminate panels.
  • Passenger compartments  as above
  • Head – as above
Lifesaving and Safety Equipment
The following shall be provided:
  • 4 off 20 man inflatable liferafts
  • 8 off 600mm perry style lifebuoys with 50 metres of buoyant line – 4 with man over board markers (smoke and light) mounted around wheelhouse and 2 with buoyant line to be mounted on the aft deck adjacent to the transom room area
  • 50 off SOLAS approved lifejackets with light and whistle
  • 12 off emergency flares with container – 6 rocker, 4 parachute, 2 float smoke
  • 1 off First Aid Kit and 1 Stretcher shall be provided
  • 2 off Fire blankets made of Nomex lll or wool 160x200cm
  • EPIRB (with ships number)
  • Ships bell
  • 2 pairs of binoculars (7 x 50mm) with boxes for stowage
  • Daylight signal lamp (Aldis)
  • Ships horn
  • Set of international code flags
Daylight signal shapes and night signal lights
  • 2 off fire axes
  • Fire extinguishers throughout to class requirements (SOLAS)
  • Safety plan shall be fitted
  • 2 off fireman’s outfits including breathing apparatus approved by SOLAS
  • 1 off MF rescue boat with 1 x 70HP outboard engines
  • One set of line throwing apparatus with lines and spare rockets
Note: All safety equipment shall have the ships name clearly marked on them
Mooring Equipment
The following shall be provided:
  • 2 off High Holding power Danforth style anchors
  • 1 off towing bridle
  • Three off 36mm dia x 2 metre long mooring lines
Painting & Preparation
A Jotun Paints 2 pack poly urethane shall be applied to colour the scheme detailed by the buyer.
Vessel shall be acid washed after mechanical sanding to remove all spatter, rough edges and provide a strong adhesive base for the etch primer. Two coats of metal high build primer shall then be applied followed by two coats of high gloss topcoat.
Below the waterline highspeed antifouling system shall be applied. Self energizing anodes to provide minimum 24 month shall be fitted. All decks shall have a non skid finish
Noise Levels
Sound levels in the accommodation areas shall be within Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards 1.e. 85 Dba or less at cruising speed in the centre of passenger cabin area as approved by DNV.
Miscellaneous Items and Equipment
  • One (1) exhaust fan installed in each head
  • One (1) compressor with quick disconnect air fitting installed in the engine room
  • Cargo deck to be covered with 50mm hardwood planking after preparation of the deck and suitable paint coating applied.
  • Curtains shall be installed on all windows
  • Louvre in head doors
  • Door catches to hold pilot house door open
  • Electrical parallel wipe 24 volt Speich windscreen wipers shall be fitted
  • One garbage bin shall be provided on the aft deck
  • Fresh water washers (3 off front and 1 off at aft station)
  • Sprung suspension seats shall be installed at the helm and for security personnel (1off)
  • Reflective tape shall be fitted to all escape routes, fire alarms and all lifesaving appliances
  • All cabin doors shall have contents clearly marked (1 person cabin, W.C. , Shower, etc)
  • Vessel will have English labelling throughout. This shall be engraved type labels on melamine type material securely fixed in appropriate positions
  • Galley stove shall have exhaust fan fitted with washable filter
NB Special care to be taken throughout the boat fitting to isolate dissimilar materials i.e. nylon insulators, bushers, washer etc.
NB Special care to be taken throughout the boat fittings to isolate dissimilar materials i.e. nylon insulators, bushes, washers etc.
The vessel will have approved stability booklet for Forty Five persons and cargo capacity of 20 tonne and full fuel, water and liquids. The vessel will be constructed:
DNV 1A1 0HSLC R3 Patrol Cargo B Hull Machinery
As per Flag State rules for vessels under 500 gross tonnes including:
Flag Authority Rules
International Convention for Safety Life at Sea, 1974 with its amendments
International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from ships 1973
International Regulation for Preventing Collisions  at Sea 1972
International Convention on tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969
International Convention on Load Lines for 1969
SOLAS  rules for fighting and lifesaving will apply where applicable for this ship Chapter 11.2, Chapter:111
Certificates and Manuals To Be Supplied
Certificate of  Class For machinery and hull (including safety equipment attestation for the number of crew and passengers)
International Tonnage Certificate
Load Line
Ships radio license
Valid certificates for liferafts and hydrostatic releases
Certificate of Inspection of fire fighting equipment, valid for one year
Certificate of inspection of fixed fire fighting equipment, valid for 2 years
Approved Stability Booklet and Sounding tables
De-Ratting exemption certificate
Ship operations manual

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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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