Sandnessjøen Nordland Norway|
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Built: 1977 after DNV 1A1K B ICE C
Yard: Trønderverftet A/S, Hommelvik Yard no.: 37
RORO PAX FERRY NORWEGIAN COASTAL TRADING AREA 4 (EU C ) NEW TRADING CERTIFICATE VALID UNTIL AUGUST 2022
Tonn: Brt: 798 Netto tonnage: 301 National Security tonnage: 421 T The vessel has a crew of 4 persons: Captain, Machine Chief, 2 sailors
Length: 41,56 m Breadth: 9,7 m Depth: 4,22 m Draugth: 3,27 m
Passenger: 150 PAX (Original 200 PAX)
|Vessel type:||Car passenger ferry|
|Builder:||Trønderverftet A/S, Hommelvik Yard no.: 37|
|Model:||DNV 1A1-K Sheltered car ferry B ICE C|
|Class Society:||Norwegian Maritime Directorate|
|Class Notation:||EU Trading area C (4) 25 nm from land|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Bergen Diesel LMD8 Rolls Royce|
|Fuel Consumption:||120 Litres Per Hour|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||11 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||12 Knots|
|Length over all:||41.57m|
|Fuel capacity:||40000 Litres|
|Water capacity:||34000 Litres|
New overhauled: Bergen Diesel / Normo LDM 8 1375 BHP 1020 kw 8 cylinder, 4 stroke diesel engine manufactured by Normo, type LDM 8, which develops 1020 kw v / 750 rpm. This is connected to a pitch propeller via a Volda ACG 500 gear. Engine and gear maneuvered from bridge or from engine room using air pneumatics. Auxiliary motors 2 pc. CUMMINS type 6BT5, 9MG2. Generator system Stamford generators, type MC 40 B with power 90 kVA on each of the motors. Automatic switching of Brake on generator failure Gear system The HVM is attached to the gear type Volda ACG 500.
Bunkers: 40,0 tonn Freshwater: 34,0 tonn # 1 Ballast 9m3 (empty to normal), # 2 Septic tank (gray water) 10m3, # 3 Ballast 2x16m3, # 4 Freshwater 2x17m3, # 5 Ballast 2x16m3, # 6 Fuel 2x20m3, Daytank fuel 4m3.
Bridge systems Propeller switching and disengagement is controlled via air-operated switches on the main control panel. Maneuvering of propulsion machinery is controlled via air-operated manual handles on the main control panel, also from "slave panel" on the BB side of the wheelhouse. Red switch w / text is used to select which panel you want to maneuver, the switch lights up in the unused panel. Start / stop of the bow thruster is done via the electrical switch on the main control panel. Operation of bow thruster can be done from both the main operator panel and the "slave panel", to move the operation to the latter must be interrupted "CONTR.HERE" pressed down. The vessel is controlled ONLY via electric / hydraulic system. FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, see P.K.T 7.8 and emergency management procedure. This is posted at the maneuvering desk at BROEN. Steering system The steering system on board is made of Tennfjord type: SR6 22,2x35, Ø200. The steering machine is operated from several positions in the wheelhouse. Emergency control is performed by manually operating maneuvering valves on hydraulic pumps in the aft side of the engine room. Telephone with cable is located at the control panel for communication with the steering box at such a maneuver Maneuvering system Motor and gear maneuvered from bridge using air pneumatics. It can also be maneuvered manually from the engine room. The fuel oil system consists of 2 bottoms tanks a 20 m3, where it is consumed by both tanks. The oil is pumped via filter w / water separator for daytime tank, which is a tank with capacity 4m3. Abundance flows back to the bottom tank it is consumed from. Main engine oil passes through a suspended fuel oil pump through a fine filter for fuel pumps. Abundance flows back to daylight. Boiler and auxiliary engines suck from the same daytime tank, which also captures abundance.
The ship is equipped with 2 Furuno Radare models FR - 805 D and 2115, Furuno GPS and Furuno FA 100 AIS. Sperry gyro compass with 2 reps and magnetic compass. Instruction books placed in the ship's cutlery cabinet. Communications equipment. Type Phono-TECH used internally. External: VHF Sailor UHF Portable Mobile Phone, Nokia PremiCell Portable GMDSS DSC Sailor Tron Air Handset Tron SART Radartransponder Brovakt Unisafe electronic A / S, Bridge watch alarm BNWAS BW-800
150 PAX (Original 200 PAX) Life jackets For passengers: Lower actress lounge 60 adults Lower front lounge 80 adults 20 children 7 baby Upper salon 25 adults 5 children 3 baby See also the ship's safety plan for the location of life jackets and other rescue equipment. Survival suits 4 pieces of work suits are placed in the marked closet in front of the crew. The MES vessel is equipped with 2 MES rescue systems. Each system consists of an evacuation port on the skid side and a 100 person fleet. The systems are located on each side of the car deck, a SB midship / front, and one BB aft. The systems are usually triggered from the bridge, but can also be triggered from the drives. There is also a 100 person fleet attached to BB station. All rafts are located on the boat deck and can be triggered if necessary. Light boat The vessel is equipped with 1 Mob boat with outboard engine, located on the boat deck.
Register tonnage gross (national) 798 Net tonnage 301 Safety tonnage 421 L. o. A. 41.56 m Passenger number 150 Passenger cars 20 Maximum width 9.7 m Draft Max. 3.29 mWheelchair lift (trappeheis) type Thyssen RTL 9000. Goes from the lower lower saloon to the car deck. Manually operated by the crew.
The fuel oil system consists of 2 bottoms tanks a 20 m3, where it is consumed by both tanks. The oil is pumped via filter w / water separator for daytime tank, which is a tank with capacity 4m3. Abundance flows back to the bottom tank it is consumed from. Main engine oil passes through a suspended fuel oil pump through a fine filter for fuel pumps. Abundance flows back to daylight. Boiler and auxiliary engines suck from the same daytime tank that also captures abundance. Both auxiliaries have fitted 1 manual
Please call Mr. Morten Larsos mobile + 47 90186230. The vessel could bee taken over 1 week time after signed MOA!
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.