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Crew tender survey boat / support boat
Zeer solide boot met 7 tot 10 zitplaatsen, motoren volledig nagekeken. De sterndrives zijn recent geriviseerd.
Zeer geschikt voor het vervoer van personen op binnenwateren en kustwateren.
ER ZIJN 2 UNITS BESCHIKBAAR, PRIJS IS PER STUK.
Motor, electra, water
Aantal identieke motoren: 2
Voortstuwing: Inboard... read more
|Price:|| €33,000 Tax Paid|
Although aged, this vessel is in good operational condition with many refits. Under current BKI class. A very versatile vessel that has a very good charter/ working history.
The vessel was built in 1965 in Norway with rebuild 2000 and 2006. Located South East Asia.
The vessel is fitted with two free fall winches for drop core, a three point mooring system for Vibro Coring / CPT Coring, survey poles, designated 125 KW generator on deck, welding room & facilities, 4 ton, 11 M tall (retractable) A-frame and one 3 ton & one 1.5 ton hydraulic crane.
The vessel's management is a ... read more
LOA 37,29 m
Beam 7,5 m
Built in year 1962
Flag : Norway
Gross Tonnage of 291 and Nett Tonnage of 91
1 Derrick installed with a max lifting capacity of 2 tons
Engines : 1 x Callesen / Callesen H Aabenraa Motorfab 6-427-FOT, 508 kw, 425 rpm, Propellers 1 Fixed Pitch (Center)... read more
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
This extraordinary ship offer the purchaser a myriad of applications. High among those must be as a Guard Ship or Special Operations Vessel. Built by the Australian Navy she has served in a paramilitary role and has a fully equipped and secure armoury, with berthing for 54 operational crew and other accomodation. The holds will accomodate 100 tonnes of stores, plus another 50 in refrigeration. Powered by the imitable economic kelvin T8 s with 2 : 1 reduction gearboxes producing a viable 9 knots i... read more
Name Ref 0761
Type SURVEY VESSEL, EX UK FISHERY PROTECTION PATROL (Multi-discipline survey vessel)
Built 1983 Richardson, Lowestoft
Class Bureau Veritas Hull+ Mech
GRT/NRT 1365 / 409
Length overall 71.4m
Beam 11.7m Capacities
Fuel capacity 219m3
Fresh water 60m3
Propulsion and machinery
Main engines 2 x Ruston (each 2075kW)
Propulsion 2 x Controllable Pitch Propellers
Speed Transit speed 8-10 knots, Max speed 15 knots
Generators 2 x Vo... read more
MULTIBEAM / SIDESCAN SONAR survey Catamaran (depth max 2000 mtr)
Regular multibeam or sidescan Survey until 2000 metres deep.... read more
“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 fo... read more
Versatile vessel: diving, survey work, crew transfer or fishing.
Comes spare reconditioned engine, 20ft container of spares, two spreader bars and lifting gear, and cradle.
Year/Site of Construction 1996
Beam 17 ft
Draft 2ft 7"
Cruising Speed 20 knots
Max speed 25 knot
Cruising Range 400 nautical miles
Fuel Capacity 3000lt
Accommodation Capacity 0
Life Rafts 1 x 10 persons
Main engines 2 x Detroit 8 V 92 TA DDEC
Gearbox MPM, IRM350PL, ratio 1.02571
Propulsion 2 x Hamilton 362 Jets
Total Horsepower 1560hp
Main Generators 3.5 kVA inverter
Radar Furu... read more
These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered. This extraordinary ship offer the purchaser a myriad of applications. High among those must be as a Guard Ship or Special Operations Vessel. Built by the Australian Navy she has served in a paramilitary role and has a fully equipped and secure armoury, with berthing for 54 operational crew and other accomodation. The holds will accomodate 100 tonnes of stores, plus another 50 in refrigeration. Powered by the imitable economic kelvin T8 s with 2 : 1 reduction gearboxes producing a viable 9 knots in ... read more
The Grima was originally a RORO ferry, constructed in North Devon at Bideford Shipyard Ltd for the Shetland Islands Council in Scotland before working as a general cargo vessel in the Channel Islands and France. The Grima has since been completely overhauled and is in excellent condition.
Gross / Net tonnage: 97.55. Can take an additional 70.00 tonnes depending on survey classification and port of registry. Currently registered in Lerwick.
The vessel will be sold with a valid Mecal brown workboat survey and be free of VAT.
Vessel has not been in use since passing the last survey w... read more