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NEW BUILD - 74.2m Arctic Container Vessel



Listing ID:
4112

DESCRIPTION:Arctic Container Vessel
LENGTH:74.2m (245ft 5in)
BEAM:15.2m (49ft 10in)
DRAFT:4m (13ft)
BROKER:Richard Pierrepont
PRICE:POA

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General Description:

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I. Class notation:
+1A1 / General Cargo Carrier / CONTAINER / PC6 / E0 / TMON / NAUT-AW/ DG-P / BIS / CLEAN / BWM-T / DAT (-35 deg. C) 
Translation of notation:
+ 1A1
The ship is built under the supervision of DNV with machinery and equipment found to be in compliance with the rules and requirements. 
General Cargo/container carrier
The ship is built for ”lift on/lift off” of cargo in accordance with DNV's relevant rules for such vessels. Furthermore, the ship is equipped and designed for transportation of containers in the hold and on deck. 
E0
Periodically unattended machinery space. 
PC6
The vessel built according to DNV regulations for sailing in ice, PC6 - Summer/autumn operation in medium first-year ice which may
include old ice inclusions.
The vessels hull built according to DNV Ice Class PC5 - Year-round operation in medium first-year ice which may include old ice inclusions 
NAUT-AW
Extended requirements for one-man workstation, grounding avoidance system and auto-mation level. 
DG-P
The ship is arranged for carrying dangerous goods in packaged form in partly or fully closed cargo holds. Relevant cargo specified in "Appendix to the classification certificate". 
TMON
Tailshaft monitoring 
BIS
Built for in water survey. 
CLEAN
Requirements for controlling and limiting operational emissions and discharges. 
BWM-T
Ballast water management - treatment. 
DAT (-35°C)
Design ambient temp. 
Additionally: 
DPS 0
Dynamic positioning system without redundancy.
The vessels, shall not be delivered with DNV class approval for notation DPS 0 – but meet all and same demands for DPS 0 DNV class notification. Hence, all Machinery, equipment, materials and performance, shall be according to DPS0 class demands, installed, tested, commissioned, and delivered accordingly. 
 
Main Particulars
LOA: 74.2m
Length BPP: 70.01m
Breadth moulded: 15.2m
Depth to main deck: 8.4m
Design Draught: 4m
Scantling Draught: 6m
Speed: 12.5 knots
Deadweight: 2890t
Lightship: 2088.9t
Complement: 16 persons crew + 12 day passengers
 
III Endurance
The capacity of all necessary stores and bunkers shall be sufficient to keep the ship at sea for a minimum of 27 days, and with 2 days spare.
Range at service speed shall be minimum 7,700 nautical miles at service speed (12,5kn) 
The calculation is based on: 90% MCR main engine
at service speed of 12.5 knots Shaft generator connected 300 m3 gas oil 
2 days spare 
Store of fresh water for at least 12 days for the basic crew, based on consumption of 200 l/d/person.
 
V. Tank Capacities
Fuel Oil: 324m3
Freshwater: 37m3
Water Ballast: 1289m3
Lubricating Oil: 14m3
Miscellaneous Oil: 30m3
Miscellaneous Water: 54m3
 
VI. Propulsion 
Main Diesel Engine: 1 x 2040 kW (800 RPM), MAN Diesel&Turbo 6L27/38 MDO,
Fuel Type: MDO
Fuel Consumption: 
10t/24h (load 90%, with leak consider), continuous operation, at:
Design draught: 4m
Service speed: 12,5kn
Clean underwater hull
Deep, wide, calm and streamless water Water temperature +15 deg. C
Spec. gravity of water 1.025 kg/dm3 
Wind force Beaufort 0 
Shaft line with propeller: 1 x CPP, ø2,6 m , MAN Diesel&Turbo VBS 940 Mk 5,
Bow Thruster: 1 x 400 kW, Scana Volda CPT 1.25
Stern thruster: 1 x 300 kW, Scana Volda CPT 1.0 
 
VII. Generating sets 
Main: 2 x 480 kW, Scania Nordhavn Genset GASI 16-05,
Emergency/harbour: 1 x 217 kW, Scania Nordhavn Genset GASI 09-07, 
 
VIII. Main Machinery 
Shaft Generator: MAN Diesel & Turbo, SE 400 LL4
Anchor Mooring Winches: Hatlapa, E-Comb.-SD, 40mm K3/80kN 
Mooring winches: Hatlapa, 2 single mooring winches 80 (M1, M2)
Deck cargo cranes: Liebherr, CBW 45/18.6 ST, CBW 25/19.8 
Thermal oil heater: Alfa-Laval, Heater H4-TFO-010, Oil Burner Weishaupt L7Z
Steering gear: Rolls Royce SR642 FCP
Cargo hatches: TTS Marine GmbH, Hatch cover nr 1 – 1285-01, Hatch cover nr 2 – 1286-01 
Stores/Man-riding crane: Global Davit GmbH Bes.M.T.12/1.8-4.5 
Basket for wheelchair: Global Davit GmbH 1950x990, SWL 3kN 
Crane for MOB boat & liferaft: Global Davit GmbH RhS.L.S. 18(29)/4.5- 20/2.9
MOB work boat (rescue boat): Hatecke RB600S
Compressors: Sauer&Son, starting air WP33L, service air SC15
Ballast water management: MMC Green Tech. AS, MMC BWMS 300 m3/h 
Fresh water treatment hydrophore plant: DOE Sp. z o.o. F02 DODO 300 
Reverse osmosis: Parker Sear Recovery, Java Sea 8 m3 Digital RO System (A500-R723)
Oily bilge water separator: Alfa-Laval, PureBilge 2505, Separator BWPX 307 TGD-71 
Switchboards: Remontowa Electric Solutions
Transformers: Elhand, ET35M-160, emergency ET35M-63 
UPS: Eltek, Navigation LIPL20142A.003, Automation LIPL20338.401, LIPL20338.402 
HVAC: Novenco 
 
IX. Ship common systems 
Optimal Dynamic Trim (ODT): SAJ Ship Dynamics 
Dynamic measuring system (DMS): SAJ Ship Dynamics 
CCTV: Wiska 
Electronic code lock: Garda/Skalmex 
Anti-heeling system: Iron pump automatically operated 
Integrated ship control system (ISPS): Lyngsoe 
Reefer container monitoring system: Emerson Climate – implemented system of temperature control for reefer containers, that can be carried both inside of cargo holds and on hatch covers
Fire detection system: Elecom Mastertech
Automatic remote sounding system: Emerson
Radionavigation: SAM Electronic/Lyngsoe 
Internal communication: Lyngsoe
Central clock system: SAM Electronic/Lyngsoe 
V-SAT system: Furuno 
Dynamic positioning system: Lyngsoe 
Computer network: Alphatron Marine 
 
X. ISCS - Integrated ship control system 
Integrated Ship Control (ISCS) handle all processes in the underlying systems. 
• A maneuvering system for the propulsion machinery. To secure automatic distribution of loads and overload protection. (May be  integrated in the ISCS). 
• Power Management System (PMS) with interface to ISCS. 
• Maintenance System for planning of maintenance (hour meters connected). 
• Failure detection system with remote diagnosis of failures with registration in PMS and underlying systems. 
• TV monitoring with interface to ISCS. 
• Data logging for monitoring and use in a “Black Box”. 
• Electronic control of access. 
• Paging system. 
• Automatic logging of machine and maneuvering data. 
• Other systems
 
XI. Accommodation 
Crew: 15no of berths in 1-man cabins
Day passengers: 12 pers. (Passenger Mess/Recreation room + Luggage compartment)
Galley: furnished with Bohnhoff equipment
Dry provision room: furnished with Bohnhoff equipment 
Cold Provision room: furnished with Bohnhoff equipment 
Laundry: furnished with Bohnhoff equipment 
Linen store
Crew mess
Duty mess Treatment room Ship’s office
Gym
Crew Change room equipped with heated and ventilated lockers 
Accommodation equipment of Famos Ship Furniture Factory 
 
XII. Electrial common system 
Common standard voltage systems:
400 Volts, 3-phase 50 Hz, AC
230 Volts, 3-phase or 1-phase, 50 Hz, AC 24 Volts DC 
 
XIII. Miscellaneous 
• Ballast and bilge system piping outside ER made of GRE, inside ER - CuNiFe. 
• Thermal oil system 
• Heating system 
• Cargo Handling Area - The forward cargo hold area is designed as a Cargo Handling Area with two tweendecks (deck A & B) installed, and located in the same vertical height as bottom of 9`6 containers (T84 & T86). This for enabling forklift and other cargo handling equipment enter into the containers, when stowed in front of the handling area in T84 & T86. Tanktop (deck C) also is intended to be used for the same purpose. All tweendecks (A,B,C) equipped with hatches enabling cargo handling independently from the main cargo hold hatches. Tweendecs with total hight/thickness of apx. one feet, enabling 20 feet (8`6) to be stowed under the closed tweendeck. Cargo cranes are able to deliver and extract pallet cages with apx. 8 pallets, to and from tanktop and tweendecks in this handling area. Flooring protected with special anti- skid coating. The deck from frame 84 and fore enabled for operation with two axle 4 wheel forklifts. 
• Green Passport - inventory of hazardous materials prepared for obtaining certificate
• Hempel coating system – PSPC (in Ballast tanks) – open decks areas GALVOSIL
 • Bunkering station PS & SB
 • Fully equipped workshop with hoisting devices
 • Fully integrated bridge – Nacos Platinum
 • Gangway access control system – camera with motion detection, integrated with alarm system
 
XIV. Design: 
REMONTOWA Marine Design & Consulting Sp. z o.o. (previously Naval Engineering & Design NED Ltd.)
 
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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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