17m Catamaran Workboat

Madeira, Portugal
ID: 4459

EUR 900,000

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ID: 4459

Description17mt. Oceanographic Survey and Multi-Purpose Vessel
Date Launched
Length16.9m (55ft 5in)
Beam7.5m (24ft 7in)
Draft1.68m (5ft 6in)
Note2x Vetus Deutz Engine
LocationMadeira, Portugal
BrokerGiuseppe  Filippone
PriceEUR 900,000

This vessel was specifically designed as a submarine carrier with moon pool between the hulls, mainly for lifting/deploying and transporting research submersible vehicles. She has been regularly used as a bathymetric survey vessel and support vessel for manned submersible missions , as well as a platform for the necessary maintenance work on the sub..

ID: 4366

Description10.10m Catamaran Workboat For Sale
Date Launched
Length10.10m (33ft)
Beam5.73m (18ft 9in)
Draft1.20m (3ft 11in)
Note2x Volvo Penta Engines

The vessel has been designed and built to be as versatile as possible and capable of multi role operations from harbour workboat to coastal survey operations. Integrated winches, tilting a-frame, side pole mount, davit and WASSP multibeam sonar coupled to 31m3 working deck area defy the vessel's length and commercially continuously rated machinery ensure low operational costs and maximum reliability. Lightship Displacement 15.63T. Maximum Displacement 21.2T. Deadweight 5.57T. Cargo Area 31m2. Deck Load 1.5T/m2 - Crew 2. Industrial Personnel 12.

ID: 4353

Description33.20m Aluminum SWATH Crew Boat
Date Launched
Length33.20m (108.9 Ft)
Beam13.48m (44.2 Ft)
Draft3.66m (12.0 Ft)
Note2x Stewart & Stevenson Turbine
LocationAmelia, Louisiana USA
BrokerGeorge Pappas
PriceUSD 1.1m

This 120’ x 40’ Aluminum SWATH crew boat was built in 1999 for Trico Marine to quickly shuttle as many as 250 passengers to offshore platforms. She was built by Eastern Shipbuilding Group and designed by Petrobras. The goal was to create an offshore crew transport vessel that would phase out costly helicopter rides and rough voyages on conventional, mono-hull crew boats. The SWATH design provided a smooth ride and met the requirements of an average speed of 25 knots. The M/V Deacon is capable of speeds over 30 knots. The ergonomic requirements were defined to limit the incidence of seasickness to less than 5% in 4 hours exposure in the 2- to 3- meter seas so common to the Campos Basin where the vessel would operate. They also required comfortable seating, ample legroom and an HVAC system with a relatively high rate of exchange. The final design presented a number of challenges, while incorporating many high tech features, such as a gas turbine coupled to controlled pitch propellers via a 27:1 reduction gear and an active fin system. The vessel was built for $23 million. New construction cost to replace the vessel is estimated at over $30 million. While the M/V Deacon is currently powered with two Allison 501 KF turbines, she may be re-powered with conventional engines. A recently constructed model shows what the vessel’s outer decks would look like with conventional power. After five years of service in Brazil, the vessel was placed in freshwater storage for five years. During the five years of storage, the crew was on board and machinery was run regularly. The M/V Deacon was transferred to Seacraft Shipyard where she was dry-docked in June 2008 and the bottom of the vessel was repainted. Seacraft is in Amelia, Louisiana, USA. Can be reconfigured or re-powered to: Crew Boat, Passenger Ferry, Dinner Cruises, Whale Watching, Research Vessel, Casino, Military Yacht, Seismic Surveying, Live Aboard Dive Boat, Dive Support Vessel.

ID: 4287

DescriptionHawere - 15m Research Vessel
Date Launched
Length15m (49ft 2in)
Beam4.5m (14ft 9in)
Draft1.2m (3ft 11in)
LocationAuckland, New Zealand
BrokerGeoff Fraser

Power: 2 x 420hp. Cruise: 18 knots (full load). Sprint: 27 knots (light load). Range: 375 nautical miles. Berths overnight 6 persons. Day Trip Capacity 20 persons. Commissioned by the University of Auckland as a Research Vessel but Hawere’s specification was driven by many different needs. The result is a relatively fast, multi-purpose workboat with large deck spaces, easy access to the water and accommodation facilities to service eight researchers and a professional skipper. The vessel currently conducts a diverse range of research work, is chartered to local government organisations and other research agencies to maximise utilisation and claw-back costs. The laboratory’s operational requirements included everything from estuary surveys to extended dive trips to the exposed Three Kings Islands. The Kings are situated 30nm north west of Cape Reinga and are washed with strong currents and the changeable conditions in the area can produce vicious seas. Hawere is also an excellent Dive Support Vessel. Hawere provides for full operational deck, capable of dealing with the most difficult tasks

ID: 4190

Description46' Winninghoff for Charter Only
Date Launched
Length14.02m (46ft)
Beam4.57m (15ft)
Draft1.17m (3ft 10in)
Note2 x John Deere 681 375 Hp Engine
LocationFlorida, USA
BrokerGeorge Pappas

Aluminium. Split Level Deck. 6 passengers, Berthing for 4. AC / Heating. 2 x John Deere 681 375 Hp. Cargo: 2 long tons. Deck Winch Pulling Capacity: 2,200 lbs. Oceanographic Winch Pulling Capacity: 1,000 lbs. Horizontal Capstan Pulling Capacity: 5,000 lbs. Lifting Straps. Cargo Nets. A compliment of salvage and dive equipment available upon request

45m Specialised Expedition Vessel

Bali, Indonesia
ID: 3953

USD 5 million

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ID: 3953

Description45m Specialised Expedition Vessel
Date Launched
Length45m (147ft 7in)
Beam7.5m (24ft 7in)
Draft3.8m (12ft 5in)
LocationBali, Indonesia
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceUSD 5 million

DEDICATED TO THE EXPLORATION OF OUR OCEAN AND REFITTED TO DELIVER HIGH QUALITY SERVICES ACROSS MARINE INDUSTRIES. IMMMORTALIS presents a comfort for the commercial rigours to support general oceanographic research. In particular hydrographic research, extensive diving and laboratory requirements. She also boasts plenty of space for use as a shadow/support vessel or for extensive long range research trips.

ID: 3934

DescriptionDP1 Multipurpose Survey Vessel
Date Launched
Length34m (111ft 6in)
Beam11.04m (36ft 2in)
Draft2m (6ft 6in)
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceUSD 12,000,000

Build: 2021, New Zealand. JSR Unrestricted Navigation. Hull: Alloy mono hull. Deck Area: 140 m2. Deck Strength: 2.5t / m2. Deck Load: 97.4T. POB: 24 Persons. Fuel Efficient. Dynamic Positioning. Twin Veem Gyro Stabilizers. Shallow Draft. Deck Crane. Moon pool & Sonar tubes. Main Engine: 2 x Cummins QSK-19 – 715HP each. Twin conventional shaft, Fixed propellers. 1 x 150HP Hydraulic Bow thruster. Speed and Consumption: 12 Knots - 135 L per hour, 10 Knots - 70 L per hour, 8 Knots - 55 L per hour. Deck Crane: Palfinger 32002M 15T @ 4.5m, 2T @ 15m. Moon Pool: 1100mm x 1140mm. Sonar Tubes, 2 x Hull Mounted, Port & Starboard. A frame, 10 T SWL, (Fitted upon request). Accommodation/Office: 24 Berths, 6 toilets, 6 showers, 24 seat galley.

ID: 3446

Description29.65m Fisheries Research / Diving / Hydrographic Survey Vessel
Date Launched
Length29.65m (97ft)
Beam7m (22ft 11in)
Draft3.9m (12ft 9in)
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceEUR 250,000

“Princess Madog” is an Original British Government Marine Survey Ship. Flag: British, MCA Class. Built: Steel, 1967 by Ramsey Ship Building Company, United Kingdom- Converted for ROV operations etc. GMDSS A1 + A2 - Certified for 12 Passengers and Crew. 800 HP LISTER BLACKSTON low speed main engine - 4- Blade Controllable Pitch Propeller. Cargo capacity: 10 cbm Cargo hold. Cruising speed: 10 knots Deck. GPS Positioned Detailed Bottom Survey Facility. 2 X 10 Meter Extendable Side Booms. 5 X Independent Remotely Operated Towing Winches for Sonar Arrays. Central Independent Facility for Side Scan Sonar Towing and Recovery Winch. 1 X 10 Ton 14 Metre Reach Crane for Equipment Deployment and Recovery. Extremely Stable In Heavy Weather. The Vessel can be easily be repurposed for Pollution Control and Environmental Clean Up Operations.

ID: 977728

Description23.9m Research Survey Vessel For Sale & Charter
Date Launched
Length23.9m (78ft 4in)
Beam6.2m (20ft 4in)
Draft2.6m (8ft 6in)
LocationUnited Kingdom
BrokerJohn Kearns
Price110,000 Euros

Built in the UK. Flag: IRISH REPUBLIC. Local Irish Class up to 30 nm. 330 bhp. 1 x Lister Blackstone. Single screw. 9 - 10.5 knots. Currently operating as a dive support vessel and has an Irish P5 passenger boat licence and is reluctantly for sale to make way for a new vessel. Much work was undertaken in 2010 to bring her accommodation to the high standard of comfort expected for paying passengers.

ID: 3447

Description48m Multipurpose Vessel / Fisheries / Research
Date Launched
1963 / 1985 (rebuilt)
Length48m (157ft)
Beam7.95m (26ft)
Draft5.6m (18ft 4in)
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceEUR 225,000

Year built / rebuilt: 1963 / 1985. Year converted: 2004. Flag: Danish. Classification: DNV+1A1 Ice C Unrestricted navigation. ISM/ISPS DNV Certified. Main Engine: BW Alpha 8S28L 2160 BHP. Propulsion: Alpha VB 860 with fixed nozzle. Bollard Pull: Approx 30 t. Thruster: Petter S-100-300 290 HP. Maximum Speed: 13.7 knots. Service Speed: 10 knots. ACCOMMODATION: Crew: 7, Total: 15 persons incl. crew. Fully airconditioned. 2 x 22 t winches type TWS 1230, 2 x 12 t winches type GWB 2000, 4 x 7 t winches, 1 x 2,0 t hydraulic wire crane at 10 m, Deployment frame 5 t.

ID: 3414

Description40m Guard and Survey Vessel for Sale or Charter
Date Launched
1967 / Refit: 2008
Length40m (131ft 2in)
Beam7m (22ft 11in)
Draft3m (9ft 10in)
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceEUR 170,000

Guard and Survey Vessel Ideally Suited for Conversion as Luxury Motor Sailing Vessel with All IACS Class Approved Drawings Already Completed. Also Ideal as Training Vessel and Global Expeditions Vessel Etc. Guard and Survey vessel for sale or Charter. “CHRISTOFFER” has been operated within the Offshore Wind segment for many years and carried out surveys of various kinds such as: Site scan, Multibeam, ROV and Video, Bottom Sampling, Diving Platform, POD Handling, Bird observation platform, Trial Fishery and Guard Surveys.

54m DP2 Diesel Electric OSV.

Western Australia
ID: 1990

USD $10M

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ID: 1990

Description54m DP2 Diesel Electric
Date Launched
Length53.85m (176ft 8in)
Beam11.30m (37ft)
Draft2.8m (9ft 2in)
LocationWestern Australia
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceUSD $10M
Price NotesCharter – TBA, prefer long term bareboat

Fuel Efficient - Diesel Electric - Shallow Draft - Dynamic Positioning OSV. 2 x Deck Cranes (AHC/Man Ride). 4 Point Mooring System. POB - 40 Berth. Dual Moon Pools. Green Passport Compliant. Removable Bulwarks. ICCP & ICAF System. +1A Offshore Service Vessel, COMF(v-2), DPS(2) EO VIBR. Built 2016, Netherlands. Australian Flagged. DNV-GL Class. Useable Deck Area: 250m2. Deck Strength: 7.5t / m2. Two Moon Pools. 2 x Aft Azipod 650kW each. 1x Bow Tunnel Thruster 400kW. 1x Bow Swing Down Azipod 650kW. Speed: 14 knots maximum, 11 knots Economical. Accommodation / Office: Crew 2x1 & 5x2 berth, Client 14x2 berth, 1 Dedicated First Aid Treatment Room, 1 Client Office, 1 Survey Office.

ID: 3215

Description46.6m Survey Vessel For Charter
Date Launched
Length46.60m (152ft 10in)
Beam9.00m (29ft 6in)
Draft4.60m (15ft 1in)
LocationEast Coast US
BrokerRichard Pierrepont

Built: 2003, Italy. Class Society and Notation: RINA Special Service Unrestric. Nav. Next SS: March 2023. Next Annual Survey: March 2021. Main Engine: 2 x Caterpillar 3508B. Twin screw. Speed maximum: 13 knots, Speed cruising: 10 knots. Reconfigured, Refit & Repowered in 2010. 17 staterooms with a total of 33 berths and a dedicated infirmary.  Each stateroom is fitted with bathroom, shower and climate control. Living spaces also include meeting and recreational rooms.  Capacities: Endurance: 30 days. Range: 5,000 Nautical miles @ 10 knots. Operational Fuel Consump: 2.7 – 3MT Operational; 4 – 4.2MT in transit. Fresh Water Storage: 70t (18,500 gallons). Fuel Storage (Diesel): 125t (33,000 gallons). 2x Inverse osmosis desalination systems with a 2.5t/day fresh water capability Septic: ISIR Sewage Treatment System 1.5 m3/day (400 gallons). 10-ton Stern Hydraulic A-frame. 5-ton Starboard Hydraulic A-frame Stern Telescoping Crane (6.6 MT – 2.7 MT)  Starboard (quarter deck) Crane (3.1MT – 1.6MT). Stern Dredging Winch with up to 6,000m cable capacity. Stern Geophysical Equipment Winch with up to 4,000m cable capacity. Starboard (quarter deck) CTD winch with up to 4,000m cable capacity. Starboard (quarter deck) Grab Sampling Winch with up to 4,000m cable capacity. Starboard (quarter deck) Core Sampling Winch with up to 4,000m cable capacity. Starboard (quarter deck) Fishing winch with up to 2,000m of cable. DP1: Kongsberg.

ID: 2049

Description68.41m Research Vessel
Length67.36m (221ft)
Beam18.28m (59.97 Ft.) (W/Helideck Overhang)
Draft5.52m (18.11 Ft.) (Max)
LocationFlorida, USA
BrokerJohn Kearns
PriceUSD 1.6m

67m Seismic Research Vessel, built 1985 at Allied Shipbuilders Ltd., Vancouver, Canada to Lloyds class +100 A1 Ice Class 1 and converted/modified 1995 & 2001. Owner has recently spent USD 4.5 million on vessel. Powered by twin B&W Alpha Diesels rated at 3600hp each providing an economic speed of 11 knots and top speed of 13 knots. Four tow points, six Frazer Type Sub-Arrays and two ODIUM Type Streamer Reels with approx. 6k capacity. Helicopter Deck Rating for Bell 212 or similar to 5.3 tonnes. Accommodation for 39 persons (plus hospital) in nine single berths cabins and fifteen double berth cabins.

ID: 3156

Description12m Survey Vessel For Charter ONLY
Date Launched
Length12m (39ft 4in)
Beam5m (16ft 4in)
Draft1.10m (3ft 7in)
LocationUK Coast
BrokerRichard Pierrepont

Built: 2017, United Kingdom. GRP. Flag: United Kingdom. Class Society and Notation: MCA Cat 2 60 nm Offshore. Next DD: September 2020, Next SS: September 2020. Total power output: 840 bhp. 2 x Iveco In-boards. Twin Screw. Speed maximum: 24 knots, Speed cruising: 18 knots. Diving/Survey/Standby/CTV/PAM. Last dry dock Feb 2020. It has an optional Scuba replacement pack. She has onboard a permanent Scuba replacement pack and 4 x 50ltr cylinders and has a permanent basic package of Small Galley, Berths, shower, toilet facilities, survey desks. As well as a diving platform her rear deck has been designed so that different modular equipment can be added or removed to suit the Charterers’ requirements, such as survey poles, winches, compressors, A Frame, Diver lift and ladders, twin davit arms (port and starboard). Bow-Loading Platform. Wind Farm Nose

ID: 3104

Description28.5m Research / Survey Vessel For Charter
Date Launched
Length28.50m (93ft 6in)
Beam6.60m (21ft 7in)
Draft1.90m (6ft 2in)
LocationWest Med
BrokerRichard Pierrepont

Built: 1988, Germany. Flag: Panama. Class Society and Notation: BV 50 nm offshore. Total power output: 3210 bhp. Main Engines: 2 x Deutz TBD 604 BV12. Main Propulsion System: Twin Screw. Propellers: 2 x fixed pitch propellers 5 blade. Bow thruster:1 x 50 KW hydraulically driven. Twin Rudders with FU / NFU and local control + emergency control. Modern navigational aids on board. Vessel is equipped for GMDSS A2. Wi-Fi: in accommodation. Ships computer: 2 x PC workstations with internet and printer.

ID: 1408

DescriptionSeismic Vessel
Date Launched
Length68.28m (224ft)
Beam16.98m (55ft 8in)
Draft7.59m (24ft 10in)
BrokerJohn Kearns

Hull: 751. Shipyard: Ulstein. CAPACITIES: Fuel Oil: 351,348.83 gals. (1,330 cu m), Fresh Water: 59,544.38 gals. (225.4 m). Main Engines: Two (2) 2425 kW Ulstein Bergen BRM6, 6,600 BHP. Speed: 14 knots. ACCOMMODATIONS: 54.

ID: 1278

DescriptionWildcat 53 Single level Hydrographic Vessel
Date Launched
Length16m (55ft)
Beam6.4m (20ft 11in)
Draft1.5m (4ft 11in)
BrokerCharlie Pierrepont
Price£ 580,000

Built to MCA Category 0, the Wildcat 53 Offshore Hydrographic survey crew transfer and dive support catamaran, offers excellent sea keeping, stability, impressive accommodation and deck space. The Wildcat 53 is a high bow buoyancy design, symmetrical hull, twin chine catamaran with full length deep keels allowing beaching. GRP composite construction. Principle dimensions are LOA 16m, 6.1m beam moulded, and a 1.5m draft. The design offers excellent sea keeping abilities, being able to push through steep head seas without slamming occurring on the bridge deck by virtue of the fuller bow sections providing adequate buoyancy to lift over waves. Combined with the catamaran’s design, high levels of transverse stability results in a very stable and seaworthy craft.

ID: 1298174

DescriptionNEW BUILD - Wildcat 60, 18.5m Research / Hydrographic Survey Catamaran
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length18.5m (60ft 8in)
Beam6.2m (20ft 4in)
Draft1.4m (4ft 7in)
Locationex factory, Ireland
BrokerGeoff Fraser

This vessel is a Wildcat 60 catamaran. The vessel has a LOA including the substantial aft dive platforms of 18.5m, a beam of 6.2m and a draft of 1.4m. The vessel has a 33,000kg lightship displacement and a loaded displacement of 37,000kg. The design is for an ocean research and hydrographic survey catamaran capable of operating offshore for 7 days duration for 12 crew.

ID: 4006

Description14.5m Crew Transfer Vessel / Survey Vessel / Light Cargo / Transport Vessel / Diving Support
Length14.5m (47ft 6in)
Beam5.10m (16ft 8in)
Draft0.95m (3ft)
Note19 T
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
Price NotesCharter rates by negotiation.

Crew Transfer Vessel / Survey Vessel / Light Cargo / Transport Vessel / Diving Support.

ID: 4015

Description9.9m Crew Transfer / Diving Support / Survey Vessel / Shallow Waters Operation / Watch Dog
Length9.9m (32ft 5in)
Beam2.8m (9ft 2in)
Draft0.6m (1ft 11in)
LocationPortsmouth, UK
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceCharter rates by negotiation.

Class: MCA Cat 3 – 20nm. Hull Material: GRP + Hypalon tubes. Capacity: 12 pax + 2 crew. Cargo: 1 T. Propulsion: 2x 225 HP. Range: 150nm at 20 knots. Speed: 20/35 knots. Road transportable. Transportable on a flat rack on container ship.

ID: 4009

Description11m Crew Transfer / Diving Support / Survey Vessel / Shallow Waters Operation / Watchdog
Length11m (36ft)
Beam3.3m (10ft 9in)
Draft0.60m (1ft 11in)
BrokerRichard Pierrepont
PriceCharter rates by negotiation

Class: MCA Cat 3 – 20nm. Hull Material: GRP + Foamed tubes OCEAN 3. 12 pax + 2 crew. Cargo: 1.5 T. Propulsion: 2x Hyundai S220 – Mercruiser Bravo 2. Range: 180 nm at 20 knots. Speed: 18/22 knots. Full Safety Equipment MCA Cat 3. 12 Seats or 8 Seats + 2 tables. Removable A Frame. Winch: 1 T. Road transportable. Transportable on a flat rack on container ship.

ID: 1267275

DescriptionNEW BUILD - Interceptor 42 Hydrographic Survey / Research
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length13.4m (43ft)
Beam4m (13ft)
Draft1.3m (4ft 3in)
BrokerGeoff Fraser or John Kearns

The Interceptor 42 SURVEY uses the same renowned Interceptor 42 hull, but has a different superstructure to more suit the 'HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEY & RESEARCH' role that the vessel will fulfill.  For her role in survey work she has overhead screens and rear view cameras of her aft cockpit providing her helmsman with views of her working deck. She has heavy fendering with 150x150mm main fenders, multiple diagonals and a lower run just above the WL. She has inboard safety rail and seating for 10 passengers / operators & crew. 

ID: 1267169

DescriptionNEW BUILD - Wildcat 40 Hydrographic
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length12m (40ft)
Beam4.9m (16ft)
Draft1.3m (4ft 3in)
Locationex factory, Ireland
BrokerGeoff Fraser or John Kearns

The WILDCAT 40 11.7m, high buoyancy, symmetrical hull catamaran, designed to offer a large stable work platform in an attractive, graceful design, combining style and good looks with practical functionality, a rare combination today. With a length overall of 12m  / 40ft and a beam of 15ft the vessels hulls have been designed to provide high buoyancy in the fwd sections to prevent slamming on the bridge deck, which itself is raised as high as practical above the WL The hulls are designed to develop a spray cushion, softening the ride at speed. Full length keels are incorporated, and provide protection to the propellers, as well as increasing the hulls grip on the water for slow drift speeds. The vessels beam has been constrained to a wide 15ft 5" providing a good compromise between work area, stability, and minimal  slamming that tends occurs on catamarans that have a very wide bridge deck. Also marina space and berthing facilities are considered, where excessive beam can be hard to facilitate. The superstructure design is full with maximizing internal accommodation area, yet providing a large and spacious flush aft deck, with the engines accessed from large opening flush hatches, providing excellent accessibility to the engines for service.  The catamaran design has of course very high levels of survivability with 8 individual watertight compartments

70.4m Hydrographic Research Ship

Seattle, USA
ID: 1215952

Priced to sell at USD 1.75 million.

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ID: 1215952

Description70.4m Hydrographic Research Ship
Date Launched
1967; Refit: 2002
Length70.4m (231 ft)
Beam12.7m (42 ft)
Draft14.5 ft. (4.5m) 19 ft under transducer gondola
Note1,289 tons
LocationSeattle, USA
BrokerJohn Kearns
PricePriced to sell at USD 1.75 million.

The 70.4m Hydrographic Research Ship is a USCG inspected hydrographic research vessel. First commissioned as a survey ship for NOAA in 1967, the vessel was purchased in 2001 by her current owners and completely refurbished with the latest in electronics, machinery, and safety equipment. The vessel is ideal for most types of oceanographic research operations including, but not limited to: oceanographic mapping, sub bottom surveys, geophysical research, cable route surveys, and pipeline surveys and is outfitted with today’s most advanced underwater mapping equipment with the ability to map the ocean down to 11,000 meters and maps at speed between 7 and 8 knots. To ensure clean data and reliable performance, the transducers are installed in a gondola to keep them in clean water flow and free from turbulence in all workable sea state conditions. The vessel is equipped with stabilization tanks and anti-roll chocks to eliminate much of the vessel’s natural roll making it an ideal platform for surveying.

56m Multipurpose Vessel / Icebreaker

ID: 1042186

Guidance given to named company

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ID: 1042186

Description56m Multipurpose Vessel
Date Launched
Germany 1967; Modernised/rebuilt 1982
Length55.34m (181ft 6in)
Beam13.40m (43ft 11in)
Draft5.00m (16ft 4in)
BrokerPeter Cookson
PriceGuidance given to named company

56m Multipurpose Icebreaker Vessel suitable for conversion to exploration vessel for Antarctic waters. Built to GL 100 A4 E 3 icebreaker, class expired. Main engines 3 x MTU ND 665, each 855 kW – diesel electric propulsion running hours only 11.000 and since last overhaul 1.500 each. 3 Generators for propulsion each 1.141 kW. Vessel can sail on 1,2 or 3 engines thus very fuel efficient. 1 propellor in Kort nozzle. 15 cabins with 28 berths. 2 messrooms, 1 galley, 5 toilets and 5 showers, 2 workshops. Tank capacities: Fuel 104 cbm, Ballast 70 cbm, FW 18 cbm, Foam cap 10 cbm. Equipped with Towing winch, Cargo holds for and aft, Large aftdeck, Crane aftship 5 tons. This vessel has always been owned by the German government, and although built 1967, she has had engineroom and accommodation rebuilt in 1982, the ship still presents as new condition.

ID: 672178

DescriptionMultipurpose Survey Vessel FOR CHARTER ONLY
Date Launched
Length33.5m (109ft 10in)
Beam11.8m (38ft 8in)
Draft2.1m (6ft 10in)
LocationUS East Coast
BrokerPeter Cookson

Built: 1981, Rebuilt – Refitted: 2011. Flag: US. Last DD – Next DD: N/A, Next SS: N/A, Next Annual Survey: N/A. Total power output (HP): 1052. Main Engine(s) (make, type): 2 x 526 HP John Deere 6125AFM. 2 x hydraulically driven Z Drives (raise /lower /tilt with 360 degree steering). Speed (maximum): 8 knots. Total cabins: 8. Total Berths: 20 including crew. 127 sq ft Survey Lab; 72 sq ft Processing Office. Port and Starboard 3 foot diameter moon pools. 2 Ton Hydraulic Stern A-Frame (Can operate as two separate davits). 5 Ton Capacity Fixed Starboard A-Frame. 14 Ton Max Capacity, 2 Ton at 40 Extension Crane. 5 Ton Capacity Geotechnical Winch. Aft deck 1175 sq. feet with separate stern rescue deck. Endurance: 14 days. Dive Platform Capable.

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