Portuguese Shipbuilder Delivers Workboats

Press Release
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Photo credit ENP

Portuguese west coast shipbuilders ENP deliver two work-boats to Algeria, Skikda Port Authorities

These 12m workboats are built to perform services as mooring vessels but they are also able to work as a "Push/Pull" boats having W type fender at the bow and towing hook at the stern to achieve a 2.200Kgf bollard pull.

ENP constructions C-983 and C-984, were certified by DNV.

Brief description of the workboats is as follows:

Owner: Autorité Portuaire de Skikda
Name: Russicada 1 & Russicada 2
Hull: C 983 & C 984
Identification: SK2109 & SK2110
MMSI: 605 056 414 & 605 056 415
Call Signal: 7TEQ & 7TET
Length: 11,55 m
Breath: 3,96 m
Depth: 1,70 m
Engines: 2 x Volvo Penta D7A-B TA 174HP @ 1800RPM
Speed (max): 10 knots
Speed (service): 08 knots
Crew: 3

 

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