Built: 2007, United Kingdom
Hull material: Aluminium
Flag: United Kingdom
Class Society and Notation: MCA Cat 2, 60nm offshore
Next SS: March 2022
Length Overall: 15.05 m
Breadth: 6.00 m
Draft: 0.65 m
MACHINERY & PROPULSION
Total power output: 1000 bhp
Main Engine: 2 x Cummins QSC
Main Propulsion System: Water Jet Hamilton 362
Auxiliary engine: 1 X 12 kW, Beta
Speed cruising: 20 knots
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 multidisc 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
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