|This vessel is designed to meet the supply bunker to boats & ships during the operation. This double bottom vessel features six ( 6 ) large cargo tanks total capacity of 300m^3 capable of accepting varying types of liquid. The vessel shallow draft allows for a wide area of operation and its sleeping accommodation for crews along with a galley and mess allows for prolonged hours of service.
||78' 5" - 23.90m|
||10m (32ft 9in)m|
||2m (6ft 6in)m|
||Ex Shipyard, Hong Kong|
Power: 440 HP
RPM: 2200 R. P. M. Engine room: Engine room, Propulsion and Steering Gear
The vessel shall be propelled by one (1) diesel engine coupled to conventional fixed-pitch propellers driven through reduction gearboxes. Control of engine speed and gearbox single position in the forward wheelhouse / control room.
Main engine is to drive the propeller through gearbox and stainless steel shafts with dimensions according to the international maritime rules. Propeller shaft has to be fitted with aft and fore bearings, stern tube bracket and seal. Shaft bearings are water lubricated cutlass. Propeller will be made of MnBr material and four blade.
Spaces under main deck (steering gear, engine room, forepeak, pump room) will be fitted with bilge level float switches which will sound and light alarm panel in the wheelhouse in the event of high bilge level.
Five (5) electrically driven bilge pumps shall be arranged for engine room and the spaces below the main deck. The discharges for these pumps shall be overboard at the ship's sides within each respective compartment. Bilge and sea water pipes will be hot dipped galvanised, as minimum. Engine Room Bilge water has to be pumped into a bilge tank, which will have the possibility to be discharged with one of the electrical operated pumps to shore facilities via main deck bilge discharge connector (camlock 1.5 inch). Connector is to be provided with cap.
In order to meet the requirements for intended operational speed. Engine will be provided with jacket water cooling circuit filled up with maker recommended anti - freeze.
Engines to be provided with control panel (start/stop and alarms) installed on the wheelhouse.
Engine has to be able to be removed from the engine room through the engine room hatchway.
Engine is to be coupled to a reverse gearbox with flexible coupling. Engine has to be fitted with an electric starter, one battery bank and 24V alternator to charge the s
||Crew shower and WC
One (1) wash places shall be arranged on main deck inside the accommodation area. Wash places shall be fitted as follows:
Toilet bowl - one piece
Hot and cold water tap and sink - one piece
Mirror - one piece
Soap holder - one piece
Toilet paper holder - one piece
Stainless steel garbage bin with cover - one piece
Flooring will be from non slip materials (ceramic, etc).
Air-cooled air conditioning units shall be installed to provide cooled air to the enclosed accommodation spaces and the wheelhouse inside the control room. Each unit is to be of approximate capacity 12,000 Btu and the system is to be air cooled. Units are to be capable of providing heating as well as cooling.
||Galley will be provided with following appliances:
Microwave oven - one piece
Sink with hot and cold water tap - one piece
Ceramic hob cooker - one piece
Flooring will be from non slip marine mat/ceramic tiles.
||Fridge - one piece|
Fenders will be half round steel pipe will be provided at the forward & aft end of the vessel as shown on the General Arrangement.
Six (6) nos. Double mooring bollards shall be located on the aft, middle and forward raised deck generally as shown in the General Arrangement. Main deck will be reinforced in way of bollards, accordingly.
The anchor windlass shall be electric driven or hydraulic driven with a single gypsy and single warping capstan head. The whole unit is supported rigidly on fabricated pedestal base welded on the forward main deck.
The following equipment will also be supplied:
Anchor weight: is to be comply with international maritime rules
Chain length / dia: is to be comply with international maritime rules
The equipments are to comply with international maritime rules.
||General Service & Fire Pump
One (1) electric motor-driven self-priming pump to be inside the engine room for general service and supply to the fire hydrants distributed below and above main deck..
Life Saving Equipment
The vessel is to be fitted with the following equipment:
Life Buoy x 2 with Light
Life Buoy x 2 with Line
Parachute Flares x 12
Red Hand Flares x 6
Smoke Signal x2
Thermal Protective Aid x 3
1 x 10-men Liferaft.
Fixed fire protection system will be fitted to the engine space, manually operated from the wheelhouse. The system is to be sized to suit the engine room capacity. A fire alarm and detection system is to be fitted. Visual and light alarm will be in wheelhouse control panel.
The following fire fighting equipment is to be fitted:
Fire Hydrant 2 Unit Lower Deck
Fire Hydrant 2 Unit Main Deck
Fire Hose 2 Unit Lower Deck
Fire Hose 2 Unit Main Deck
Powder Extinguisher 6 kg 4 unit Lower Deck
Powder Extinguisher 6 kg 3 unit Main Deck
Powder Extinguisher 9 kg 2 unit Lower Deck
Fire & Safety Plan 2 Unit Lower/Main Deck
Fire Fighter Equipments Locker 1 Unit Main Deck
Fire Blanket 1 Unit Lower Deck
Fireman Axe 1 Unit Main Deck
Fire Buckets 3 unit Lower/Main Deck
||Installation and completion of the electrical equipment and system comply with international maritime rules. Approved marine cables shall be used. In spaces where cables may be subject to mechanical damage, these cables are to be armoured or suitably protected by trunking or conduit. Cables generally to be of the multi-core type 24VDC system consisting of four (4) batteries banks will be charged by the alternators installed on the main engines.
1. Battery bank will be for main engine.
2. Battery bank will be for 24V service consumers; lights, wipers, horns etc.
3. Battery bank (fitted in the wheelhouse) for 24V Emergency condition; radio, deck lights, emergency navigation lights, emergency internal lights etc..
4. Battery bank for genset
All batteries will be stored in boxes with ventilation.
24V DC main equipment: Internal white and red lights, deck lights, aft deck floodlights, chart lights, emergency lights, portable hand light, screen wipers & washers, searchlights, horn, portable VHF, navigation equipment, engine room fans 4off, WC extract fans. 230V AC main equipment: Accommodation facilities, battery charging, A/C system, accommodation lights, search lights, engine room intake fans, shore supply cabinet with 5m cable. A 230V AC/24VDC charger will be installed.
Both 24V DC and 230 VAC will be provided with proper distribution boxes and breakers.
|Navigation & Communications Equipment
The following navigation and communication aids are to be installed:
Echo Sounder x1
VHF Radio x1
Magnetic Compass x1
Searchlight 1000 W x1
Navigation lights are to be fed through a switch panel fed by 24V Dist. Panel. Each navigation light shall have a pilot indication.
Navigation switch panel shall be fitted with audible alarm to indicate power failure.
Floodlights (2 off) will be provided to illuminate the aft deck.
Search light (1 off) will have electric control system from wheelhouse.
Engines spaces will have 220V AC / 24V DC and 24V EMG DC.
Internal white LED lights will be fitted within the wheelhouse.
||DATE LAUNCHED: Delivery time is 90 to 120 days after order.
PRICE: USD 1,400,000 delivered Fiji (without class certificate); USD 1,550,000 delivered Fiji (with class certificate - BV, GL, etc)
Hull superstructure and wheelhouse are to be constructed from marine steel plates and profiles. Hull is to be divided in sixteen ( 16 ) watertight compartments: Forepeak, Pump room, Cargo tank 1-6, Double Bottom 1-6, Engine Room, Steering Gear Room. Underwater area will be protected with zinc anodes,
Steel plates are to be marine grade "DH-36".
Cargo Tanks: 1-4 4 x 54000 litres
Cargo Tanks: 5-6 2 x 42000 litres
Double Bottom: 3-6 4 x 11000 litres
Double Bottom: 1-2 2 x 8600 litres
Wheelhouse layout has to offer an unobstructed view in all directions. Wheelhouse has to be designed to prevent damage when go alongside.
Hull is to have following hatches with suitable dimensions and sealing.
Steering gear compartment hatch - located engine room on the aft bulkhead
Engine room hatch - located on the aft main deck
Pump room hatch - located on the fore main deck
Fore peak hatch - located to the fore main deck
Hand rails, made of steel will be provided all around accommodation and upper deck. Bulwark rails (1.0m high) are to be fitted all round the sides at main deck as shown on the General Arrangement.
All tanks have to be accessible through a manhole with suitable dimensions and closed by watertight cover secured by bolts and nuts.
A Mast is to be manual foldable type fitted at the control cabin top deck mast profiled as shown on the General Arrangement Drawing to be installed and fitted with the following:
- Mountings for navigation lights
- Mountings for communication and navigation antennae
- Mountings for light and sound signals.
All superstructure windows are to be of tempered glass and fitted in anodized aluminium frames. As shown on the General Arrangement. Windows shall be fitted in the wheelhouse front, sides and aft bulkhead to ensure good line of vision to the fore deck and aft. These windows are to be tempered glass of thickness comply with requirements All front windows are to be fitted with electrical 24V screen wipers. Switches for each wiper are to be situated in the dashboard.
Wheelhouse/control room will be fabricated from steel about 2200 mm free height after low maintenance panels surface and insulation. Windows sizes as shown on plan will ensure good view of aft and fore decks. Weather tight access door with one window will be installed at the wheelhouse's port side.
Wheel house will proper insulated with insulation panels with low maintenance surface and also provided with air conditioning. Flooring will be from non slip marine mat.
A watertight compartment arranged to provide stowage for anchor cable. Access to the space is to be via a watertight hatch on the main deck.
"Grey" water (sink & shower drains) and "Black" water will be flushed to one retaining sewage tank. Sewage tank is to be discharged to the shore facilities via one electrical pump and shore discharge connection on main deck, . Toilets will use fresh water for flushing.
The fuel tanks are to be integral with the hull structure. The tanks are to be fitted with manhole to allow access and cleaning as well as the necessary fuel system fittings. The tanks are to be fitted with drain plugs to remove water and sludge. The fuel system is to be seamless steel tubing, with flexible sections at the engine connection points. Filling pipes are to be fitted to port and starboard side decks. Vents are to terminate above the main deck and are to be fitted with flame traps. Engine fuel supply lines are to be fitted with quick closing valves installed next to the fuel tank bulkhead and operated from outside the engine space. Engine fuel Suction line will be fitted with Racor water separators or similar. The engines are to be fitted with engine mounted fine filters.
Fresh water system
The vessel is provided with freshwater tanks. These tanks shall be provided with all necessary air and filling pipes. Hot and cold water system is to be fitted to supply sinks, showers and basins. That will consist of fresh water pressure pump sets (hydrophore). FW pipelines can be galvanised steel pipes. Water heater 230V/50Hz of about 60-80 litres, one unit has to be installed. A separate screen wash pump and tank are to be fitted for the wheelhouse front windows.
Name & Draft Marks
The name of the vessel is to be painted on the port and starboard bow. The name and port of registry of the vessel are to be painted at the transom. The draft marks are to be marked in metres in English numerals.
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