New Crewboat for PSA Marine

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 15, 2019

  • Photo: Incat Crowther
  • Photo: Incat Crowther
  • Photo: Incat Crowther Photo: Incat Crowther
  • Photo: Incat Crowther Photo: Incat Crowther

Singapore-based shipbuilder Lita Ocean has delivered Summit PSA 5, a new 25m monohull crewboat for compatriot owner and operator PSA Marine.

The Incat Crowther designed vessel will provide for the transport of both personnel and light cargo to and from a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU).

The vessel is powered by two MAN D2842 LE410 marine engines rated at 809 kw @ 2,100 rpm driving two fixed pitch propellers. The vessel has a full load speed in excess of 26 knots, easily exceeding the contract requirement of 25 knots.

Tank capacities include 11,000 liters of fuel oil and 5,000 liters of fresh water.

According to the designer, Summit PSA 5 features functional styling combined with a robust and simple-to-build structure. The crew accommodations below deck features two staterooms for four crew members. A generously sized galley, mess area, washroom, laundry room and pantry complete the well-appointed crew accommodations.

The main deck includes a spacious 45m2 aft cargo deck covered in hardwood planking and a passenger cabin featuring 16 business class seats, 16 economy seating, one water closet, luggage shelves, two (2) PFD storage lockers, and a deck locker.

Specifications - 25m Monohull Crewboat                                                                                                                                                            

Principal dimensions
Length Overall: 25m
Length Waterline: 21.7m
Beam Overall: 6m
Draft (hull): 1.18m
Draft (prop or max): 1.68m
Depth: 3m
Construction: Marine grade aluminum

Fuel Oil: 11.000 liters
Fresh Water: 5,000 liters
Sullage: 815 liters
Passengers: 32
Crew: 4

Propulsion and Performance 
Speed (Service): 23 knots
Speed (Max): 26 knots
Main Engines: 2 x MAN 2842 LE410
Power: 2 x 1 809 kW @ 2,100rpm
Propulsion: 2 x propellers
Generators: 2 x Perkins 1100 series 42.7kW @1,500rpm

Flag: Panama
Class / Survey: Lloyds Register (LR)

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