||Length Moulded: 16.7m
Beam Moulded: 4.6m
The Interceptor 55 is a 17m S. A. R. (search and rescue vessel). Capable of operating in all weather conditions and fully proven in extreme conditions of wind and wave up to Beaufort Force 10 and 6m waves. The vessel is self-righting, capable of recovering after capsize by any large breaking wave. Powered by twin diesel engines of 750hp (heavy duty rating 1) and capable of a 27kts. Conventional stern gear and fixed pitch propellers are used for durability. The design has a total emergency seating capacity of 43 persons comprising; 3 crew in the main cabin- helmsman, navigator and radio communications operative, all on shock mitigation seating with additional seating for 10 passengers or survivors provided here. The lower forward cabin comprises a space for casualty stretcher, 22 emergency survivors on air craft style seats and 8 survivors on bench seating. A separate heads compartment with sea toilet and sink is provide here, as well as a separate large electrical compartment and access to the engine room through a watertight door. The accommodation is fully air conditioned. The craft has high survivability with 3 watertight bulkheads and a collision bulkhead sub dividing the hull into 5 separate compartments, capable of staying afloat after damage to any one compartment. Wide side decks and a large aft deck area and forward bow boarding area enclosed by outboard hand railings ensures crew safety and ease of undertaking transfer of persons from a stricken vessel at sea. Either a fixed transom platform or M. O. B unconscious casualty recovery platform able to lift a person from the water to deck level can be incorporated with an SWL of 200kg
MAIN TECHNICAL FEATURES
- All weather capabilities, up to Beaufort Force 10 and 6m wave heights
-Self-righting capabilities, recoverable after capsize by a large breaking wave
-43 person emergency survivor capacity- 3 crew + 40 survivors all seated
-High survivability, 3 watertight bulkheads, 4 individual compartments, damage survivable should any on compartment flood.
-M. O. B / unconscious casualty recover platform on transom with 250kg SWL
-25-28kts speed capability and 250nm range
-Fully air-conditioned cabin option
-Wide side decks and aft deck area for crew safety, enclosed by safety railings
-Fully proven in service- 7 vessels in successful operation worldwide
The superstructure is positioned aft for maximum crew comfort where they are subjected to low accelerations in rough weather and provide the vessel with a large spacious foredeck which is fitted with a large deck locker also designed t protect her 16 person liferaft from boarding seas. Wide side decks are incorporated, protected with outboard safety railings. She also features an aft deck area, where a transom gate gives access to a large dive platform. Boarding areas at the bow, f/wd and aft side decks (via openings in the safety railings) allow a stretcher to be bought into the main hospital area via a large watertight access door at the aft of the cabin. MOB recovery is facilitated via a swing out 'A' frame fitted on the superstructures side and allows a casualty to be lifted from the water.
The main cabin is divided into two areas: A hospital room and a crew / helmsman operation room, these two areas are separated with an internal partition incorporating a large glass area to maintain visibility aft and accessed via an internal door. The main upper hospital room allows for a stretcher / gurney to be located to st/bd with two aircraft style seats behind, and a third with a worktable opposite, these allow for a nurse and doctor to attend to the casualty during transit. A medical supplies locker with laminated work top is fitted to port. Additional lockers for medical equipment are provided alongside the stretcher position opposite together with specialized emergency medical equipment (A. E. D & Oxygen ventilator) as well as a wash station. A fold away dentist chair can be positioned in the hospital room and is provided with a mouth wash sink and adjustable specialized dentist light, the chair can be stowed away below decks when not in uses maximizing space in the hospital room. A second emergency stretcher capable of allowing a casualty to be lifted off the vessel by air or vertical lift is space efficiently stored in the mains cabin ceiling, being incorporated into her upper hand hold railings. The hospital area is fully illuminated with 8 x L. E. D lights and 240v supply sockets positioned to port and st/bd supply AC where required.
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