Oil and Garbage Skimmer Vessel for Charter, Sale

Monday, July 12, 2010

Vessel information:
Russian flag
Year and place of built – 1979, Japan. Rebuilt – 2009.
Length – 45.5 m
Breadth – 10.4 m.
Depth – 4.0 m
Draught – 3.1 m.
GT / NT – 583 / 174
DWT – 329 t
Displacement – 861 t
Speed 13.4 knots.
ME – NIIGATA DIESEL 6L25 BX, 2 x 876 kW
Screw – 2 x IHI, diameter 2 meters.
Two MMASS type AZIPOD with remote control.
Consumption – 8,5 m3 (10 knots), oil – 0,01 m3.
Auxiliary engines - 2 x TWY 30F 150 kW /225 V.
The vessel power by boom defence spool which can be mounted of necessity.
A deck square – 187 m2.
A technologic equipment (separation) for emergency elimination of floods of an oil mounted.
Hall anchor – 2 x 750 kg, chain 2 x 170 m. Hydraulic anchor winch.
Cargo crane lifting capacity 600 kg / 12,5 m.
Fresh water – 40 t.
Four cabins and one big cabin for 15 persons.
Hull renovation 3SS - 08.2009
Class – KM(*) R2 oil recovery ship (>60C)
Next special survey – 08.2014
Next dry dock survey till 08.2011
GMDSS - A1, A2. (Furuno equipments updated in 2008).
Fi-Fi equipment
Place of inspection – Far East of Russia.
Asking price by request
equipment@marinelink.com
 

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