Ice Class Tow & Anchor Handling Vessel

Description:

225' x 52' x 24'

Year Built 1983 

Tonnage.. 455 GRT; 309 NRT

ABS +A1 E TOWING SERVICES, +AMS ICE CLASS "C"

Deck Cargo.................... 735 lt 746.8 t

Winch......................... SMATCO

Cargo Water................... 213,026 gal 827.0 t

Model....................... 140-EAW-1000/1000 WATERFALL 2 DRUM

Fuel Oil...................... 261,658 gal 843.7 t

Line Pull................... 1,102,500 lbs

Potable Water................. 71,638 gal 271.2 t

Capacity.................... 22,416 ft of 3.00 in

Lube Oil...................... 2,128 gal 7.2 t

Bulk Tanks (2) Total.......... 3,960 ftÑ 112.1 mÑ

Tugger.....................(2) Smatco MV 12H SPEC No 122-51

Drilling Fluid (22 lbs/gal)... 1,440 bbl 229.0 mÑ

Line Pull................... 52,910 lbs

Walk-In Cooler................ 512 ftÑ 14.5 mÑ

Capstan....................(2) SMATCO NORWINCH

Walk-in Freezer............... 512 ftÑ 14.5 mÑ

Stern Roller.................. 8-FT x 13-FT

Tow Pins...................... SMITH BERGER ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC

Main Engines...............(4) EMD 16-645-E7B

Horsepower.................. 12280

Capacity.................... 5,000 ft of 3.25 in

Gears......................(2) Philadelphia

Rudders....................(2) Flat Plate Rudder

Windlass...................... Smatco S-50-1T 102-ton breaking strength

Primary Generators.........(4) 2625 kW 440 V 60 hZ

Anchors....................(2) 4,000-LB DANFORTH

Emergency Generators.......(1) 150 kW 450 V 60 hZ

Driven by................... Detroit Diesel 8 Cylinder 706

Staterooms.................... (11) - 1 Man (1) - 2 Men (3) - 4 Men

Radar(s)...................... 2

Radio(s)...................... VHF - 2

Range @ 10.0 knots............ about 10,100 nm

Cargo Water.... 600 gpm @ 200 ft 139.7 t/h @ 61.0 m

Radio Direction Finder........ 1

Fuel Oil....... 880 gpm @ 262 ft 174.0 t/h @ 80.0 m

Auto Pilot.................... 1

Potable Water.. 200 gpm @ 205 ft 45.4 t/h @ 62.5 m

 

Multi-purpose vessel, with deck space for hauling cargo, tank space for hauling liquid cargo, and a winch for towing. The boat has four main engines and will run on one, two, three, or four engines depending on horsepower needed. For hauling cargo you will only need one or two engines. This way you can alternate running the engines and extend the life of the engines. You can convert oil field related tanks to carry fuel and achieve a liquid cargo capacity of around 800,000 gallons. You can leave the winch giving you 150 tons bollard pull, 1,000,000 pounds of pull on each drum, or remove the winch and gain more deck cargo space. Hull is 1” thick - Ice Class “C”. It will last for many years. 

 

Could also be used as a generator barge. The generators are rated at 10,500 KVA - 8.4 Megawatts.

CALL (850) 255-5266 for more info!