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Indian Built Vessel for Indian Firm

October 21, 2013

  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks
  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks
  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks
  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks
  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks
  • Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks Photos courtesy of Mandovi Drydocks

India’s Mandovi Drydocks in Goa has made significant contributions to the domestic boat building industry. An example of this is the 43 x 10-meter offshore supply vessel M.V. Orion Laxmi owned by Orion Offshore Services Pvt. Ltd.

Delivered to her owners at the end of 2011 the vessel has a clear deck space of 183 square meters and a total deck area of 220 sq.m. Main engines are a pair of Cummins (CMI) KTA 38-M2 each producing 1,200 HP at 1,800 RPM. This provides a 20-ton bollard pull for towing with a towing hook. The vessel is fitted with an ‘A’ frame and a three-ton capstan. Tankage includes 84 tons of fresh water and 386 tons of diesel oil.



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