Incat Crowther Delivers SEACOR Marine’s 2nd FSV

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

April 14, 2016

  • Delivery of Second Very Fast Offshore Support Vessel Courtesy Incat Crowther
  • SEACOR Marine’s 2nd FSV Photo Incat Crowther
  • Delivery of Second Very Fast Offshore Support Vessel Courtesy Incat Crowther Delivery of Second Very Fast Offshore Support Vessel Courtesy Incat Crowther
  • SEACOR Marine’s 2nd FSV Photo Incat Crowther SEACOR Marine’s 2nd FSV Photo Incat Crowther

Incat Crowther announced the delivery of Najla McCall, the second vessel in SEACOR Marine’s Express Plus class of Fast Support Vessels (FSV).

Sistership to the Alya McCall launched in November last year, Najla McCall has seating capacity for 100 personnel and achieved an operational speed in excess of 38 knots during recent trials. This performance is remarkable for a large vessel of this type and is enabled by a quintet of Cummins QSK 60, EPA Tier 3 compliant diesel engines, each producing 2,680 bhp, the designer said. The engines are coupled to Twin Disc MGX 61500 SC reverse reduction gearboxes driving Hamilton HT-810 water jets through a shafting system by Driveline Service of Portland.

Station-keeping capability is provided through the combination of three Thrustmaster 30TT200 electric-mechanical tunnel thrusters in working in conjunction with the azimuth-like waterjets, all of which are controlled by a Kongsberg K-Pos DP-2 dynamic positioning system.

Electrical power is derived from three Cummins QSM11 gensets, each producing 290 ekW. Dual FFS firefighting pumps and remoted controlled monitors provide Fifi-1 equivalent firefighting capacity for combatting off-ship fires. A Naiad Dynamics ride control system is also fitted to improve passenger and crew comfort while underway.

The vessel is certified by the USCG and by the American Bureau of Shipping as a High-Speed Craft with DP-2 and Fire-Fighting Capability notations.

Najla McCall was constructed by Gulf Craft in Franklin, Louisiana, who are well progressed on construction of additional Express Plus class units.

This latest delivery complements previous very fast vessels including the Alya McCall and the Crewzer class of very fast catamarans all of which are the result of Incat Crowther’s partnership with SEACOR Marine and Gulf

Craft. All three parties share a commitment to service and a philosophy of innovation.

SPECIFICATIONS – 206’ MONOHULL FAST SUPPORT VESSEL (EXPRESS PLUS CLASS)

PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS

Length Overall                      206’ / 62.8m
Length Waterline                  194’ / 58.9m
Beam Overall                        32’ / 9.8m
Draft                                   9’ 3” / 2.8m
Depth                                 15’ / 4.6m
Construction                       Marine Grade Aluminum

CAPACITIES


Fuel Oil                              83500 gallons / 316000 litres
Fresh Water                       7500 gallons / 28000 litres
Grey Water                        600 gallons / 2270 litres
Black Water                       600 gallons / 2270 litres
Lube Oil                            700 gallons / 2650 litres
Waste Oil                          500 gallons / 1893 litres
Bilge Oil                            500 gallons / 1893 litres
Passengers                                    100
Crew                                               16

CARGO DECK

Deck Size                         136.5’x 26.5’ / 41.6m x 8.1m
Deck Area                             3530 ft² / 328m²
Deck Cargo                                    300 LT

PROPULSION AND PERFORMANCE

Speed                                 38 knots
Main Engines                       5 x Cummins QSK 60
Power                                  5 x 2 680 hp / 5 x 1998 kW @ 1900rpm
Gearboxes                            5 x Twin Disc MGX 61500 SC
Propulsion                            5 x Hamilton HT-810 Waterjets
Generators                           3 x Cummins QSM 11, 290 ekW
Bow Thrusters                       3 x Thrustmaster 30TT200ML

REGULATORY

Flag                                       USA

Class / Survey                     USCG Subchapter T, Oceans

                                         ABS +A1 HSC Crewboat +AMS +DP2 Fire Fighting Capable
 

Maritime Reporter Magazine Cover Feb 2019 - Ferry Builders

Maritime Reporter and Engineering News’ first edition was published in New York City in 1883 and became our flagship publication in 1939. It is the world’s largest audited circulation magazine serving the global maritime industry, delivering more insightful editorial and news to more industry decision makers than any other source.

Subscribe
Maritime Reporter E-News subscription

Maritime Reporter E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week

Subscribe for Maritime Reporter E-News