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Very comfortable stable work platform. Masses of gear and equipment storage available. Vessel lying North Island, New Zealand.
|Length over all:||23'|
Main engines: 2 x 640hp @ 1900 rpm Yanmar 6LAHM-STE3. As at 06/03/2018 - Both port and starboard main hours are sitting at 9250 on the clock.
Gensets: 2x 32 kW Perkins LJ35009. Port gen @ 23,700 Hours. Starboard @ 49,000 hours. Starboard has had a top overhaul at 38000. Both running in top condition.
Gearbox: ZF-BM 191-1 on 5.393:1 reduction.
Speed and fuel consumption: Max speed 10 knots.
Fuel consumption at 8 knots approx 1.2T. In port 0.2T per day. Towing 0.29T per day.
Propulsion: 2 x fixed pitch propellers in Kort nozzles.
(23.5 LOA x 7.5m beam x 2.2m design draft)
Max draft 2.5m. Draft moulded 3.1m. Min draft 2m.
Tonnage: Gross - 144T. Net – 44T. Bollard pull - 16T.
Tankage: Fuel capacity – 90 tonnes. Water capacity – 20 tonnes. Ballast - 12 tonnes.
Towing and anchor handling equipment: Tow drum – 38m 36mm wire rope Towing winch – 20T line pull, brake hold – 40T. Tow winch hydraulics Duitz powered.
Deck & deck equipment: Clear deck area 5.1m x 5.8m (29.5m²).
Windlass – min 10m/min. Hiab – Ferrari 251. Anchor chain 20mm stud link @ 150m per side.
Communication: Fitted to GMDSS station (areas A1, A2 and A3). Simrad. Fleet One satellite voice/data. SSB Sailor TU 5150. SSB Sailor RT 5022. VHF Icom IC-M59. INMARSAT Furuno Felcom 15C. Simrad CR44 radar/plotter. Furuno 1835 radar. Furuno 33 weather fax. Simrad EQ 42 sounder. ASI Cat b.
Work tender: Alloy 12.5 meter tender with 90hp 4 stroke Honda.
Lifesaving and fire fighting equipment: Fitted to MSNZ and GL class standards. 8 meter hard bottom inflatable / 15 hp OB rescue tender.
Class: Germanischer Lloyd. Notation – 100 A5 Tug + MC. Last dry docking December 2017 / January 2018. IMO number 8950873. MNZ number 134939. Operational limited – unlimited.
Last hauled and shafts pulled 2018. During this slipping a new 1000w transducer was installed with a new Simrad EQ42 display. All the ships cutless bearings were replaced with new gland packing and engine alignment.
During this survey dry docking the vessel’s underside was steel thickness tested and the results are available to potential purchasers.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.