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NEW BUILD - 365ft Deck Barge



Listing ID:
1822

DESCRIPTION:NEW BUILD - 365ft Deck Barge
DATE LAUNCHED:Ready for delivery by the end of October 2016
BEAM:28.042m (92ft)
DRAFT:5.417m (17'-9.26")
LOCATION:Shanghai, China
BROKER:Peter Cookson
LENGTH:111.253m (365ft)

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SPECIFICATIONS FOR 365' X 92' X 22'-9” DECK CARGO BARGE

SECTION 1 - GENERAL

1.1 INTENT & DEFINITION

This specification together with the drawings supplied describes an unmanned deck cargo barge having double chined form throughout with near ship-shaped bow, for unrestricted service.

 

1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The barge shall be built of steel throughout, with scantlings to minimum Class requirements compatible with 15 tonnes/m2 uniformly distributed deck loading. The barge shall have transverse framing in the bow and longitudinal framing elsewhere.

The hull is subdivided by two longitudinal bulkheads and by eight (8) transverse bulkheads spaced as shown on Dwg. NYS-1 Rev 0 “General Arrangement”.

Depth and flange width of web members are chosen to meet classification requirements of strength, minimum weight and minimum off-cuts.

Twin straight skegs are fitted to ensure good course stability whilst under tow.

Two push pads are arranged port and two similar starboard, each 6’ high, with arch ways below and integrated with the sideboards, as strengthened locations for tugs to manoeuvre the barge.

The anchor winch shall be installed inside a winch house and anchor wire led over a guide roller to a sloping ramp on starboard side for stowage of the anchor.

 

1.3 PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS

Length overall 365'-0" (111.253 m)

Breadth Moulded 92'-0" ( 28.042 m)

Depth Moulded 22'-9" ( 6.934 m)

Draft Moulded 17'-9.26" ( 5.417 m)

 

1.4 CLASSIFICATION

The vessel is designed as an unmanned deck cargo barge, constructed in accordance with the latest rules and regulations of American Bureau (ABS), for unrestricted service and to their special survey for the notation ABS + A1 (Barge).

 

1.5 CERTIFICATES AND REGISTRATION

The following certificates shall be supplied to the Owner in duplicate at the time of delivery of the vessel:

- Builder's Certificate

- Classification Certificate

- Tonnage Certificate

- Loadline Certificate

Fees and charges incurred for survey, classification and issue of certificates are to be borne by the Builder. Registration of the vessel shall be effected by Owner at his own cost.

 

1.6 WELDING

The vessel shall be of welded construction throughout. All steel material shall be of ABS grade A or equivalent acceptable to ABS. Welding shall be carried out in accordance with the Classification's requirements and to their attending surveyor's satisfaction.

The welding shall be preferably done under covered conditions as far as practicable. As much as possible of the welds to be executed down-hand.

Approved sequences to be worked to, to avoid locked-in stresses.

All slag to be removed and backing runs made on all shell and deck welding.

All finished welds to be sound, uniform and substantially free from inclusions, porosity, undercutting and other defects. All exposed welding and all members in fore peak that are welded to shell shall be double continuous.

Where plate edge gaps are found to be excessive, filling in pieces, liners or packing pieces are not to be used except with the permission of the Owner.

X-rays of the welds are to be taken; the number and location shall be as directed by Classification surveyor.

 

1.7 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP

All materials to be new and workmanship of highest quality. All steel plates and sections and anchoring equipment to be class certificated.

 

1.8 SUBSTITUTION

Where specified material or equipment is not available, Builder may substitute equivalents approved by the Classification Society. Owner shall be given prior notice of all intended substitutions.

 

1.9 INSPECTION

Throughout the construction period and at any time prior to delivery, Classification Surveyor, Owner's representatives and Consultants are to be given free access, within normal working hours, to the Builder's yard to effect supervision and inspection.

 

1.10 TEST

Prior to delivery, the hull and other fittings shall be thoroughly tested to Classification surveyor's satisfaction.

 

1.11 DELIVERY

Technical acceptance of the vessel shall be taken afloat alongside Builder's yard in country of build, after which the vessel shall be delivered to the Buyer, afloat in Singapore, upon completion of survey for any damage incurred during delivery voyage.

 

SECTION 2 - STRUCTURE

2.1 GENERAL

Scantlings shall be to Classification requirements and are provisionally as below, subject to Classification approval.

 

2.2 PLATING

Bottom Shell 14 mm

Flat of Bottom Fwd 0.4 to 0.3 L 14 mm

Flat of Bottom Fwd 0.3 L to 0.2L forward 19 mm

Flat of Bottom Fwd 0.2 L to forward 24 mm

Side Shell 12 mm

Sheer Strake 14 mm

Longitudinal Bulkhead 9 mm

Transverse Bulkhead 9 mm

Collision Bulkhead 9 mm

Deck Plating 16 mm

 

2.3 ROLLED SECTIONS

Bottom Longitudinal 180 x 110 x 10 O.A.

Side Longitudinal (lowest) 175 x 90 x 9 O.A.

Side Longitudinal (Others) 150 x 90 x 9 O.A.

Deck Longitudinal (Aft of Fr. 32) 175 x 90 x 15 O.A.

Deck Longitudinal (Fwd of Fr.32) 175 x 90 x 9 O.A.

Bottom Frame Fwd 180 x 110 x 12 O.A.

Side Frame Fwd 180 x 110 x 12 O.A.

Longitudinal Bulkhead Stiffeners 150 x 75 x 7 O.A.

Transv. Bhd Stiffeners (Aft peak only) 150 x 90 x 9 O.A.

Transv. Bhd Stiffeners (Others) 150 x 75 x 9 O.A.

Collision Bhd Stiffeners 175 x 90 x 9 O.A.

Stanchions Forward of Fr 32 350 x 350 x 115 kg/m I-Beam

Stanchions elsewhere 350 x 350 x 137 kg/m I-Beam

Diagonals Forward of Fr 32 200 x 200 x 25 O.A.

Diagonals elsewhere 250 x 250 x 25 O.A.

Chine Bar Dia 50mm Solid Round Bar

 

2.4 TRANSVERSE WEBS

Bottom Transverse W740 x 12.7 x F175

Side Transverse Forward of Fr 32 W686 x 12 x F127

Side Transverse elsewhere W686 x 10 x F127

Deck Transverse (ends) W740 x 20 x F175

Deck Transverse (elsewhere) W740 x 20 x F175

Longitudinal Bulkhead Webs W635 x 9.5 x F125

Bottom Girder W740 x 12.7 x F175 (Note: 12.7 mm = ½”)

Deck Girder (ends) W740 x 20 x F175

Deck Girder (elsewhere) W740 x 20 x F175

Transverse Bhd Vert. Webs W740 x 11 x F150

Collision Bhd Vertical Webs W740 x 11 x F150

Side Stringer W686 x 10 x F127

Transv. Bhd Stringer W635 x 9.5 x F160

Collision Bhd Stringer W635 x 12 x F160

Additional longitudinal scantlings to be added for void tank #5,6 and 7 (Port, Starboard and Centre).

 

2.5 SIDEBOARD

3.30m high x 9.5mm thick along sides and at ends. Freeing ports to Classification requirements to be arranged. Sideboards to be stiffened by 125 x 75 x 7 O.A. and flanged bracket stays. For detail see Dwg. NYS-5.

 

SECTION 3 - DECK MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

3.1 GENERAL

All deck machinery and equipment shall be supplied and installed to Classification requirements and to their surveyor's satisfaction and shall include at least the hereunder.

 

3.2 DECK FITTINGS

 

3.2.1 MANHOLES

Manhole covers of 600x400 mm clear opening in accordance with Dwg. NYS-3, Sht 2 of 2, to be fitted for access to every void space. Those inboard of the sideboards to be of flush type. Those outboard of the sideboards to be of raised type.

 

3.2.2 MOORING BOLLARDS

Fifteen (15) single post bollards of 300mm nominal diameter as detailed on Dwg. NYS-8, to be arranged as shown on Dwg. NYS-1 “General Arrangement Plan.

 

3.2.3 TOWING BRACKETS

Two (2) towing brackets in accordance with Dwg. NYS-9 to be fitted forward and two (2) at the aft.

 

3.2.4 VERTICAL LADDERS

Vertical ladders to be fitted in every void space.

 

3.2.5 NAVIGATION LIGHTS

Two solar battery type navigation side lights to be fitted on stands, one on each side.

One stern navigation light, solar battery type, to be fitted at aft.

 

3.2.6 ANCHORING EQUIPMENT

To Classification requirements but not less than the following: -

- 1 x 2850 kg stockless bower anchor in accordance with Class Rules or 1 x2400 to 2500 kg AC14 high

holding power anchor proposed by Builder.

- 1 x 247m anchor chain of 42mm diameter grade U3 stud link chain, minimum breaking strength

115700 kgf.

Class notation for anchoring equipment is not required, but certification is.

Anchor chain to be stowed in chain locker (see Dwg. NYS-6). Guide roller and devil’s claws to be provided to hold the anchor tail chain when anchor is stowed.

 

3.2.7 ANCHOR WINDLASS / WINCH

One (1) air cooled diesel engine or diesel-hydraulic driven windlass, at Owner’s option, capable of at least 11 tonne pull at first layer to be supplied and fitted. Windlass barrel capacity to be sufficient for the length and size of retrieving wire specified below. Engine may be of Perkin, VM or equivalent. Windlass to be inside a winch house with theft-resistant locking arrangement, drawing provided by Designer.

Windlass gypsy capacity – 42mm dia. x U3 chain

Winch drum capacity – 32mm dia x 100m wire rope

 

3.2.8 TOWING EQUIPMENT

The following towing equipment to be supplied and fitted by Builder.

- 2 towing bridle of 38 mm diameter grade 2 stud link chain cable, each leg approximately 5m.

- 2 monkey face for attachment of towing bridle and towline c/w necessary

 

shackles.

- 4 x 170m polypropylene mooring rope, minimum breaking strength 22000 kgf.

- 4 towing brackets in accordance with Dwg. NYS-9, two (2) forward and two (2) aft.

- 2 x 500 mm nominal size Panama chock.

- 1 x 100m x 32mm dia. retrieving wire rope.

 

3.2.9 DECK FITTINGS

The barge shall have the following deck fittings:

- 8 nos. flush type watertight manholes of 600 x 400 mm

- 18 nos. raised type watertight manholes of 600 x 400 mm

- 26 nos. vertical steel ladders for access to under-deck voids

- 2 nos. navigation light stands

- 15 nos. mooring bollards, 300 mm diameter

Bolts and nuts of manholes shall be AISI 316 stainless steel. All manholes shall have recessed hand holds to facilitate closure and removal.

Vertical ladders shall have at least 300 mm width. Strings shall be at least 100 x 9.5 mm flat bars and rungs shall be 19mm square bars arranged with one sharp edge up. All ladders shall be bolted to structure, to permit easy removal whenever desired.

 

3.2.10 LUGS

Steel lugs welded to deck for lashing tyre fenders to be arranged 6 feet apart at sides and stern. Tyre fenders lashed by chains to be supplied and arranged at 6 feet intervals.

 

3.2.11 NAME AND DRAFT MARKS

The name of the barge is to be welded and painted on the bow, port and starboard. The name and port of registry are to be welded on and painted on the stern. All letters are to be not less than 300mm in height. Port of Registry to be 200 mm in height.

The draft marks are to be marked in metres in Arabic numerals. The numbers are to be 100 mm high, spaced 100 mm apart and the bottom edge of each figure is to correspond to the exact draft indicated by that figure. For guidance see Dwg. NYS-10.

 

SECTION 4 - PAINTING, CATHODIC PROTECTION & PRESERVATION

4.1 PAINTING

All steelwork is to be grit blasted to SA 2 1/2 and cleaned to as high a standard as possible in order to remove all dust and mill scale, prior to painting.

All steel surfaces are to be free from grease and free from moisture before priming coats and subsequent coats are applied.

All coats are to be thoroughly dry before further coats are applied on top.

A good build-up of paint is to be ensured at all welded butts, seams and faying surfaces.

All steel surfaces with damaged paintwork shall be power brushed clean and re-painted before final coat is applied.

The paint scheme shall be as recommended by HEMPEL. Paintwork shall be guaranteed by paint manufacturer for 3 years.

The external hull shall be coated with an epoxy based system. The internals of all void spaces and the sideboard shall be painted with conventional paint. Internal hull shall be painted with one coat of primer (China paint).

 

4.2 CATHODIC PROTECTION

Zinc anodes to be fitted to protect the external hull below the waterline against galvanic corrosion. Approximately 100 pieces of 10 kg zinc anodes of bolt on type to be fitted in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations. The anodes are not to be painted.

 

 

 


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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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