Argyll and Bute UK|
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This Shipyard build both to Quality and to Price. The Work Boat shown has a ramp but can be either with conventional bow or even Twin hull. This Shipyard is “in business to do business” as is shown by their attitude to quality and pricing Build is with Galvanised Railings, SS vents to tanks and so on. Throughout the build the emphasis is on “doing it right in the old way”. Bilges are covered by plated Aluminium Tread Plates – indicating the care taken.
Give us a ring – 07932616950 – John. The price will be right and a possibility of finance.
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Doosan L136Ti heavy duty|
|Length over all:||17.5m|
2 Doosan L136Ti heavy duty 8.liter, in line 6 cylinder turbo charged intercooled propulsion diesel engines, developing 230 BHP (169kw) 2200 RPM
2 handed pair of 32" dia x 29" pitch, 4 bladed, 0.85 DAR, zero rake, NAB Propellors
Some points made during discusion.
LOAD AND SPEED:
30 ton load - 8 knots
8 mm used throughout - 6mm on Wheelhouse only.
SS AND GALVANISING:
Used throughout on all deck fittings - even deck sockets are galvanised.
There are 9 compartments in all. 2 x longitudinal - all tanks have sounding pipes and a 110v - 1.5" hand pump is provided
Built to MCA/MECAL Code
Hydraulic – can be built removable and replaced by Roller using the HIAB.
Crane Atlas 170VA13LCS, outreach 16.30 - 1 ton at 16.3m - tested today at 1.4t so well within limits.
1 x 5-ton vertical capstan model CV5000
1 x 3-ton Vertical Capstan model CV3000
Silva 100lb with spheres compass, MB Marine Radar, MB Maine Selwa Explorer MK
Norselight 24v 250w Searchlight 75 Micron
Stat-X G1500E c/w adapter lead to HD Bracket and Stat-X G1000E Adaptor lead to HD bracket, Fire System - Marine Fire Safety
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.
The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.
A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.