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61 ft Crew transfer / Supply Vessel originally built by Sea Quest Fully refitted in 2013 to oil and gas standards, fresh surveys completed this year.
Huge amount of money spent on this vessel and price greatly reduced from original figure of AUD $750,000
She has a raked stem, straight transom, superstructure and wheelhouse. The vessel is powered by twin V10 MAN diesel engines through twin shaft driven propellers.
Within the hull from forward are the following:
A removable bow boarding ladder is fitted at forward end. A hand rail is provided to the access to main deck. A life raft is located at the port side. The main deck is access through a watertight door from forward deck. A storage compartment is located at the port side of main deck. The toilet, store space and access to the wheelhouse are located in the starboard compartment. A capstan is located at the forward centre of main deck. An emergency escape hatch is also located at the centre of main deck. Port and starboard passenger seats and a table is fitted at the main deck. The hydraulic winch is located at the centre of main deck. An access hatch for port and starboard main engine
is located at the aft deck. Engine room fire flaps are fitted at the port and starboard side of aft deck. A optional hydraulic operated 200 kg A- Frame can be fitted.
The wheelhouse is accessed by a vertical ladder located in the starboard side compartment. Various navigation, communication and electrical equipment are located at the wheelhouse. Three passenger seats and a large sofa are fitted
at the wheelhouse. Two split type air-conditioning system are provided. Port and starboard 10 man life rafts are located outside of wheelhouse.
The engine room has 2 Man main engines, 2 Hamilton jet units, 1 Caterpillar generator, batteries, inverter and various pumps. A watertight bulkhead is at the forward and aft ends of engine room. The fuel tank, sludge tank and fresh water tank are located in compartment forward of engine room.
The aft deck has a transom door at centre. A large swim platform is at the aft end.
|Vessel type:||Charter / Workboat / Crew Transfer|
|Designer:||Sea Quest Marine|
|Builder:||Sea Quest Marine|
|Class Notation:||NSCV 1B, 2B & 2C - 25 PAX|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||2 x V10 MAN|
|Engine power:||575 kW each|
|Drive type:||Water jet|
|Cruising Speed:||27 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||35 Knots|
|Length over all:||19.60m|
|Length of deck:||10.00m|
|Fuel capacity:||3000 Litres|
|Water capacity:||125 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||200 Litres|
1 x Microwave – Sharp
1 x Refrigerator
1 x CD player
4 x Air conditioners
1 x Battery charger
1 x Inverter
3 x Electric bilge pumps
1 x Hydraulic winch
1 x Capstan
1 x Hydraulic operated A-Frame – SWL 200 kg (optional)
Portable Dive system for fleet dive support can be included.
Air-conditioned enclosed deck area.
Bow and stern passenger transfer capability.
2 tonne A-frame can be fitted to the vessel if required.
A clear rear deck can take 10 meter lengths if needed and oil spill emergency response equipment.
Seating for approx. 25 pax and 3 crew can be fitted to the vessel.
All to current survey
Life rafts: 2 x 10 man. 1 x 8 man
Lifebuoys: 1 x lifeline, 1 x light
Flares: to survey
Fire extinguishers: 2 x 4.5 kg, 1 x 9 kg. fire suppression system in engine room space
SSB Radio VHF: Codan 9390
VHF Radio: ICOM IC-M59
Magnetic compass: Saura Kaiki
Echo Sounder: Furuno FCV – 1200L
Autopilot: Saura Kaiki 300 AT
GPS: Furuno GP31
Multi display: Raymarine C120
Distress alert: Sailor TT3042E
Barometer and Clock: Royal Marine
Main engines: 2 x V10 MAN 575kW each
Gear box: 2 x Twin Disc 514
Propulsion: 2 x Hamilton 04001 jet drives
Generator: 1 x Caterpillar HL 22 – 16.2 kW @ 1800 rpm
All newbuild ships and boats are built to IACS Classification and flag state rules pertaining to the country of destination. Note this does not apply to all vessels under speculative construction or built outside of CMG partner yards.
On second hand vessels we act as brokers only, details believed to be correct but not warranted.
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The vessel is offered subject to prior sale or charter, price change or withdrawal without notice.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.