Vessel Reference Code: STC1077
Vessel Type: Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel
For 8 Months Time Charter Starting December 2010
Suitable for carriage of Cement, Barite, and Bentonite with max. density of 2.5
Total Capacity: 4 x 1375 ft3 (156 m3) approx.
Working pressure: 80 psi (5.6 bar)
Main Engine Propulsion System: 2 x 2610 BHP @ 750 rpm approx. c/w CPP reduction gear box C/w PTO at front for FiFi PUmp per engine @ gear box PTO
for the shaft generator of 1000 kW, 415/3/60, 3 wires Fuel Consumption: 75% MCR: TBA ltr/hr (2 M/E Running)
2 x High Lift 45 degrees Rudder c/w Flap 2 x independent Electro-Hydraulic Steering Gear for each rudder
Electro-Hydraulic Driven Twin Drums in Waterfall Configuration, 1000 m x 58 mm diameter wire
Brake holdings - 250 mt (1st layer)/spring loaded hyd. release Dynamic lowering @ 25 mt @ 0 to 36m/min (1st layer) Remote control in Wheelhouse and local control at site.
Capstan 2 x 5 m/tons @ 15m/min Tugger Winch 2 x 10 m/tons @ 15 m/min Storage Rope Reel 1 x 10 m/tons @ 0 to 15m/min @ capacity: 1000 ml X 58mm dia steel wire rope 2 x 45 kW Hydraulic operated with local controls.
All accommodation spaces and engine control room are fully air-conditioned. Accommodation Lay-Out:
1 berth Cabin x 4 = 4 men
2 berth cabin x 2 = 4 men
4 berth cabin x 8 = 32 men
Crew = 10 min
Pax 30 = max
Total = 40 men
Sickbay = 1 man
All details are given in good faith but without guarantee.
Please Contact Us for serious inquiries.
Available end December 2010 - TIME CHARTER TO EXCLUDE Fuel, Water, Fire Fighting Foam, Anti Pollution Chemicals etc, Pot/Agency dues, Clearance, any and local taxes, Withholdings, Vat, Customs and Import duties, Pilotage, Port Assists Tugs, Tow Tug, Towage Approval, Agencies, Stevedores, Commission,Cranage, Licences, Work Permits for Ship and Crew, Cost for Residence/Work Visas and Additional Safety Courses as Required by Charterers, Crew Change, Medic and Medical Consumables, and Charterers Other Operational costs (if any) arising out of the operation or use of the Vessel during the Charter Period
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