NEW BUILD - 19.95m Fishing Vessel

ex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
ID: 1312


ID: 1312

DescriptionNEW BUILD - 19.95m Fishing Vessel
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length19.95m (65ft 5in)
Beam7.35m (24ft 1in)
Locationex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
BrokerGeoff Fraser
PricePOA

This design is intended as a trawler or longliner, and this is the 20m variant. Like the others it provides the opportunity for fishers to tailor their fish hold volume to suit their operational requirements, around a common engineering backbone. Built in aluminium, significantly over-strength and further ballasted for seakeeping performance, this vessel offers greater strength and dramatically reduced through-life maintenance compared with a steel equivalent. Structural design is well in excess of Lloyds Register requirements. The specification has been developed to meet or exceed the Maritime NZ standards, but if you have a customer seeking to operate in another jurisdiction we would be happy to review the appropriate regulations and quote for minor changes required (if any).

NEW BUILD - 23.95m Fishing Vessel

ex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
ID: 1317


ID: 1317

DescriptionNEW BUILD - 23.95m Fishing Vessel
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length23.95m (78ft 6in)
Beam7.35m (24ft 1in)
Locationex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
BrokerGeoff Fraser

This design is intended as a trawler or longliner, offered in three increments (20, 22 and 24metres), and here is the 24m version. The hull and layout is also designed to facilitate easy mid-body extension using a pre-fabricated module to adapt to changing needs in the future. A well-designed fish hold is tailored for the fish cases used in operation: steps in the sole and sides to accommodate the hull shape are sized and located to suit efficient and safe stacking. The fish holds are currently designed around standard fish cases common across the New Zealand marketplace and we recommend that we adapt the hold layout to suit other fish case geometries for other geographies. Built in aluminium, significantly over-strength and further ballasted for seakeeping performance, this vessel offers greater strength and dramatically reduced through-life maintenance compared with a steel equivalent. Structural design is well in excess of Lloyds Register requirements. Crew comfort is foremost in this design, with sleeping for six, in three separate cabins and generous galley, mess and washroom facilities, all finished in modern, easy-case materials to ensure a high visual and hygiene standard can be maintained with minimal maintenance. Fish Hold LxBxD: 11m x 5.9m x 2.1m, Fish Hold Volume: 127m3, Fish Cases: 1384 ( max 9 high ). Crew: 6. 1 x Scania DI16 071M “A-rated” marine diesel engine 460bkW (617 bhp).

NEW BUILD - 22.05m Fishing Vessel

ex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
ID: 1300


ID: 1300

DescriptionNEW BUILD - 22.05m Fishing Vessel
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length22.05m (72ft 4in)
Beam7.35m (24ft 1in)
Locationex shipyard, Auckland, New Zealand
BrokerGeoff Fraser
PricePOA

This design is intended as a trawler or longliner).  The hull and layout is designed to facilitate easy mid-body extension using a pre-fabricated module to adapt to changing needs in the future. The underlying philosophy is of rigorous engineering of a reliability- and longevity-focused platform.  Accordingly the specification has been developed based on the highest quality equipment and fittings available.  Initially offered with conventional diesel propulsion, we would be pleased to work with your customers on low-emission variants if this is of interest.  A well-designed fish hold is tailored for the fish cases used in operation: steps in the sole and sides to accommodate the hull shape are sized and located to suit efficient and safe stacking.  The fish holds are currently designed around standard fish cases common across the New Zealand marketplace and we recommend that we adapt the hold layout to suit other fish case geometries for other geographies. Built in aluminium, significantly over-strength and further ballasted for seakeeping performance, this vessel offers greater strength and dramatically reduced through-life maintenance compared with a steel equivalent.  Structural design is well in excess of Lloyds Register requirements.  The specification has been developed to meet or exceed the Maritime NZ standards, but if you have a customer seeking to operate in another jurisdiction we would be happy to review the appropriate regulations and quote for minor changes required (if any). Crew comfort is foremost in this design, with sleeping for six, in three separate cabins and generous galley, mess and washroom facilities, all finished in modern, easy-case materials to ensure a high visual and hygiene standard can be maintained with minimal maintenance. This is conceived as a vessel to deliver many decades of efficient, reliable fishing.

NEW BUILD - 12m Multirole Vessel

ex shipyard, Auckland, NZ
ID: 820375


NZD 560,000 plus GST (if any)

Full Details

ID: 820375

DescriptionNEW BUILD - 12m Multirole Vessel
Date Launched
Built to Order
Length11.6m (38ft)
Beam3.6m (11ft 9in)
Draft0.55m (1ft 9in)
Displacement13,500Kg (full load)
Locationex shipyard, Auckland, NZ
BrokerGeoff Fraser or John Kearns
PriceNZD 560,000 plus GST (if any)

In the aftermath of the oil spill which resulted from the grounding of the container ship Rena on the Astrolabe Reef in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty, Auckland Council identified the need to improve Auckland’s own readiness to respond to a similar incident and set about to acquire a new vessel for this purpose. Early in the process it was identified that oil spills are (thankfully) rare events and that it made sense to build a vessel which could perform other tasks in support of operating and maintaining Auckland’s busy harbour. Auckland Council put out a request for proposal to design and build a vessel with multiple requirements: to be capable of servicing the entire Auckland Inshore Limits in a range of weather conditions; to carry and deploy specialist oil recovery and dispersal equipment; to recover debris from the water or to tow stricken vessels away from danger; to carry vehicles to Hauraki Gulf islands; to support Police dive teams; to maintain harbour and Hauraki Gulf infrastructure; to be transported by road to Manukau Harbour and other regional locations. It was to be a simple, easy maintenance vessel with minimal fit out, outboard powered with minimum on-board services, designed to be operated by a diverse mix of crew, sometimes during periods of urgency and high pressure. The result is an extremely robust, well-built vessel, purpose designed in every detail to reflect the input of the customer. With a relatively deep vee hull form and substantial overall displacement, HM5 is a very seaworthy and capable vessel in which the Harbourmaster’s team has confidence to attend any emergency. A manually operated folding bow door provides vehicle access without compromise to the reliable, easy maintenance brief. A high-capacity hydraulic crane, powered by diesel power pack, enables autonomous loading/unloading from other vessels or shore side. A comfortable, fully enclosed wheelhouse provides warmth and shelter to the crew, with a dedicated toilet compartment accessed from the aft deck.


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