|Built in Norway at A. S. Nordsovoerftet, Ringkobing 1970 this small 'tweendeck vessel is a very solid workhorse that has served the Chatham Islands from Timaru for many years and is now too small for the trade. The vessel would be suitable as a Pacific or Caribbean island trading. She is 49.75m loa and draws 3.47m when laden. She has a break bulk cargo capacity of 1159m3 accessed through a single hatch served by derricks mounted forward and aft. Main engine is a Danish built Callesen type 427 FOT, 6 cylinder tubocharged slow speed diesel runs at 400 rpm, 750 HP. Fuel useage at eco steaming 9 knots is around 1400 - 1500 litres per day including generator, depending on sea conditions. Special Survey due Feb 2016.
||163' 3" - 49.75m|
||8.37m (27ft 5in)|
||3.47m (11ft 4in)|
||Rangatira main engine is a Danish built Callesen type 427 FOT 6 cylinder tubocharged slow speed diesel runs at 400 rpm, 750 HP. Variable pitch 3 blade stainless propeller Engine is also fitted with a shaft alternator of 90kva. Fuel usage at eco steaming 9 knots is around 1400 - 1500 litres per day including generator, depending on sea conditions. Parts no problem - there is a Callesen service/parts depot in Sydney. Engine is in very good condition and whole engine room very highly maintained and in tip top condition. Engine room: In engine Room - a John Deere Northern Lights genset of 90 kva Attached to main engine - alternator as described in 1 In Forward generator room - a harbour/standby set Scania of 65 kva|
||Flag: New Zealand
Class: Bureau Veritas
Class: I 3/ 3 E, Deep Sea ICE III
S/S due Feb 2016
Last docking was November 2012.
Docking survey done by Stark Bros in Lyttelton, NZ
||PRICE NOTES: "As is, Where is" Basis
Built: 1970 in Ringkobing, Denmark
Tonnage Gross/Net: 299.99 / 155.59
710mt dwt on 3.47m
300/160 - GRT/NRT
Compartment / Grain / Bale
Hold / 675m3 / 580 m3
Tweendeck / 637m3 / 579 m3
Total / 1312m3 / 1159m3
Vessel carries cargo fuel in her tanks
The vsl trades in owners' liner service around NZ (Including Chatham
Islands and carries fuel in tanks for the Chathams. All ballast tanks are fresh water, no salt.
If buyers are interested we would suggest they engage a local surveyor to compile a report on the vessel and if favourable then they can travel to NZ for visual inspection. We can suggest a competent surveyor based in NZ.
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