Length overall (Hull) 10.00 meters
Length at waterline 8.85 meters
Beam 4.20 meters
Draft (Loaded) 0.65 meters
(Light) 0.60 meters
Freeboard (Loaded) 1.45 meters
(Light) 1.50 meters
Distance between Hull Centreline 2.70 meters
Hull Beam 1.458 meters
Fuel 800 litres
Water 100 litres
Main Engines (OBM) 2 x 250 HP
Make (Model) Suzuki (DF-250)
Speed - Cruising 35 Knots
- Sprint 38 Knots
Passengers 30 ~ 31
When powered by two 250 HP Suzuki DF 250 or equivalent outboard engines the vessel will achieve a speed of not less than 30 knots fully loaded
The engine controls, instrumentation and switches are laid out on the console for the safety and ease of operation of the coxswain.
All instrumentation will be mounted under a completely waterproof cover. All instruments are fitted, with a centrally mounted dimmer switch (Optional Extra), enabling all illumination lights to be dimmed if required. All switches are mounted in a recessed panel situated as per the General Arrangement Drawing.
The engines can be controlled by one set of throttle forward/reverse lever per main engine conveniently placed for one handed simultaneous operation by the coxswain.
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Fresh Water Flushing System Timing Chain
Multi-Stage Induction System Two-Stage Gear Reduction System
Direct Ignition Offset Driveshaft
Over-Rev. Limiter Low Oil Pressure Caution
Fully Transistorized Ignition Power Trim and Tilt
Tilt Limit Suzuki Anti-Corrosion System
Multi Point Sequential Electronic Injection Speedometer Pickup on Gear Case
Standard Color is Shadow Black Metalic - Now Available in Cool White
All propellers are of cast stainless steel with fixed pitch provided by Suzuki Marine in consultation with the designer Mark Ellis Marine Design from Australia.
The vessel is fitted with a robust hydraulic system by Multiflex or equivalent.
Part No :POHS 175AF
Packaged Outboard Hydraulic Steering System 175 Hp Consist of:
Hydraulic Helm Pump
Front Mount Hydraulic Helm Pump: LM-HP-23
Front Mount Aluminium Hydraulic Cylinder : LM-OC-175AF
Hydraulic Oil 1 Litre : LM-HO-150
Hose Kit and End Fittings
2 Hoses of 5 meters each : LM-HT-24
With pre-assembled fittings
Part No :LM W 22G
Diameter : 400 mm
Spokes : 5
Structure : Stainless Steel
The Information given below applies for Inboard Diesel Engine variant.
Instrumentation for each engine comprises:-
• Tachometer and hour counter for each engine
• Engine oil pressure alarm and trip
• Engine oil temperature alarm and trip
Engine water temperature alarm and trip
• Steering, trim and heel position indicators
• Multi Function Display
DECKWASH / BILGE SYSTEM
Electric driven deckwash / bilge pump shall be provided with bilge suction midship and Hull. An emergency hand pump shall be provided. Non return valves shall be installed to overboard discharge lines.
A sea-suction and deck wash outlet fitted and plumbed to the bilge pump. A non return valve or "L" port cock to be fitted to prevent back flooding.
Main engine exhaust system is through the Propeller.
PILOT HOUSE INSTRUMENTS
Pilot House Instruments: Engine oil pressure gauge
Gear oil pressure gauge
Water temperature gauge
Rudder Angle Indicator
The vessel is fitted with two 350 Litre fuel tanks (Petrol): one separate tank for each engine located forward of the engines.
The tanks are fitted with cross flow valves allowing for easy equalization of the tanks.
One x 100 Litre fuel tank (Diesel) will be installed for the Generator.
The tanks are fitted with baffles and are pressure tested. Each tank is fitted with a cover/inspection plate carrying the fuel feed and return connections and the digitalfuel gauge sender unit. Separate connections are provided for the fuel filling and breather hoses. Manual fuel level indicators are also provided.
The engines are connected to the tanks by flexible reinforced rubber fuel lines for the supply and return circuits. The hose construction is meets the provisions of Standard ISO 7840-A1 that addresses permeability and fire resistance.
In addition to the engine-mounted filters, water trap pre-filters are fitted and a valve manifold allows fuel shut off and interconnection of the day tanks. The shut off valves are operated by a remote control located at the aft end of the wheelhouse.
Deck fillers (50mm) are mounted on the side decks. The tank breather vents, incorporating anti-flash gauze ends, are fitted to the sides of the wheelhouse near to the fillers.
A hand pump, with tank selection valve, is fitted to drain any water that has accumulated in the bottom of the fuel tanks.
SPEED & RANGE ESTIMATE
The Speed and Range estimates are given below based on Engine Data and Standard Formulae.
The electrical power shall be supplied from two banks of low maintenance lead acid batteries located in an enclosure in the machinery space. Battery selection will be via a Colhersee or similar rotary selection switch mounted adjacent to the batteries.
The batteries will be float charged by engine driven battery charging alternators.
Wiring shall be ISI Approved having electrical, mechanical and thermal properties complying with the Survey Authorities.
The following shall be supplied :
(a) Cabin Lighting Helm and lounge areas
(b) Navigation Lights (i) Anchor Light
(ii) Masthead light
(iii) Port side light (on roof)
(iv) Starboard side light (on roof)
(v) Stern Light
(vi) NUC Light (Optional Extra)
(vii) Flashing Orange (Optional Extra)
(c) Search Light Electric operated spotlight
(d) Three Circuits Spare circuits supplied
(f) Engine-room Fans If recommended by the Designer
(h) Air Horn
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION
The following Navigation & Communication Electronics will be supplied with the vessel unless mentioned as an Optional Extra as listed in 5.1 and 5.2 of this Technical Specification. For further information you can contact Messrs. A. S. Moloobhoy & Sons who are the equipment suppliers in India (on page 49 of this Technical Specification) or your local Furuno Office or Representative or Agent.
NAVIGATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
(a) GPS-Chartplotter-Echo Sounder (Optional Extra)
Furuno Navnet 3D - MFD 8B GPS-Chartplotter-Echo Sounder: NavNet 3D 8.4" Multi Function Display W/3M LAN Cable (GPS/WAAS receiver, UHD Radar, and Network Fish Finder can be added, shall be fitted onto the Helm’s Position in the main passenger saloon connected with a Furuno's DFF1 is a new network sounder featuring Furuno Digital Filter (FDF) Technology designed for use with NavNet, NavNet vx2 and NavNet 3D. This new digital Network Sounder can turn any NavNet display into a powerful, dual-frequency digital fish finder. The compact network sounder unit connects directly to a NavNet display or an Ethernet hub with a single Ethernet cable. If it is connected to an Ethernet hub that has multiple displays attached, each of those displays will have access to the Network Sounder.
The sounder itself has a selectable 600W or 1kW output power. You may choose LF (50kHz), HF (200kHz) or both at the touch of a key and obtain detailed echoes of bottom structure and fish using range scales of up to 5,000 ft. And because the Network Sounder is used on a NavNet display, you will also be able to use its Radar and Chart Plotter features depending on which unit you have.
The DFF1 is a direct replacement for the BBFF1.
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