Arctic Prowler to be Christened Oct. 5

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Credit: ASD/Vigor

Alaska Longline, LLC, and Alaska Ship & Drydock (ASD) will christen the F/V Arctic Prowler on Oct. 5, 2013. The ceremony for the new 136 ft. freezer longliner will be held at the Ketchikan Shipyard in Ketchikan, Alaska.

F/V Arctic Prowler, the first large commercial fishing vessel to be built in Alaska, is an Ocean going Factory Longliner, capable of processing and storing catch aboard. The vessel is to be Load Lined and classed by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and will be U.S. flagged. The design shall comply with all applicable U.S. Coast Guard and Class Society stability requirements.

The intended area of operation will have a range of operational temperature conditions as follows: Sea Water Range 35 – 85°F; Ambient Air Range -20 – 85°F.

Length Molded: 136’-0” excluding guards
Beam, Molded: 40’-0” excluding guards
Hull Depth: 16’-6” above rabbet line (max, approx)
Design Load Draft: 15’-0” above baseline approx
Lightship: 661.35 long tons (approx)
Cruising Speed: 12 knots
Diesel Fuel capacity: 63,496 gallons approx (at 95% volume)
Freezer Hold capacity: 14,655 cubic feet net volume 735,000 lbs.
Potable Water storage: 11,200 gallons approx (at 100% volume)
Lube Oil Storage (Upper): 950 gallons approx (at 95% volume)
Lube Oil Storage (Lower): 200 gallons approx (at 95% volume)
Hydraulic Oil – Storage: 1,000 gallons approx (at 95% volume)
Dirty Oil capacity: 1,500 gallons approx (at 95% volume)
Sewage Holding Tank: 500 gallons approx (at 100% volume)
Engines (two): MTU 8V4000 M53R
Continuous Rating: 1,000 BHP at 1600 RPM, Tier 2
Generators: three MTU, Series 60 (333 kW at 1,800 RPM, 60HZ, 480 VAC, Tier 2)
Emergency Generator: one Northern Lights (36 kW at 1800 RPM, air cooled)
Accommodations: 22 berths in eight staterooms
Gross registered tonnage: under 200 (U.S. Registered Tonnage)
Gross Tonnage: under 1,000 (International Tonnage)

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  • Credit: ASD/Vigor

    Credit: ASD/Vigor

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