This bright new 78 meters Ocean supplier vessel, Diesel-electric propulsion, built under the International American Bureau of Shipping classification, with unrestricted sailing area, is still lying at the dry dock of the shipyard, with less than 50 hours on the engines (sea trials with ABS).
Her propulsion consists into two 360 degrees electric azipods connected to generators located at mid-ship, allowing her to have a range of 13,000NM at a speed of 13knt – Considering that this unit is classed under unrestricted sailing area, this means that this vessel can take you to the furthest destinations on Earth, in absolute safety and highest comfort.
A pre-study is in progress, to be able to convert this Diesel-Electric propulsion into a Diesel-Hydrogen-Electric propulsion, with 30% of the fuel consumption provided by Hydrogen made from sea-water.
Her actual total deck space is 2538 m2, with 1254 m2 indoor and 1104 m2 outdoor as well as 6480 m3 volume at the below deck, which can easily be converted into one of the top 50 largest mega-yachts in the world, with a very feasible extension over 95 meters +plus+ …
From such perspective, this unit could become one of the most iconic Explorer Mega-Yacht in the world, for an incredibly low budget, with 6 decks, 1700m2 outdoor decking and 3780m2 indoor living area.
Length overall : 78.00 m
Length BP : 70.20 m
Beam moulded : 18.60 m
Depth moulded : 7.80 m
Draft designed : 6.00 m
Draft scantling : 6.40 m
Max Deadweight : about 4,000 t
9 x 1-berth cabins : 9 men
3 x 2-berth cabins : 6 men
11 x 4-berth cabins : 44 men
Total : 59 men
Tank capacity (approx)
Potable water : 600 m3
Cargo / Ship fuel oil : 930 m3
Drill water / Water ballast : 1,250 m3
Dry bulk cargo tanks : 300 m3
Mud / Brine (SG 2.5) : 800 m3
Base oil : 200 m3
Methanol : 220 m3
Deck cargo space : Abt. 800 m2, deck design load 7.5 t / m2
Deck cargo capacity : 1,500 t, VCG about 0.9m above deck (To be confirmed)
Engines / Propellers : 2 x 3,200 PS. Medium speed c/w Z-peller
Trial Speed : 13 knots at trial condition, 100% MCR, at ballast draft of 4.7m, and sea state two (2)
- ABS + A1 (E) Offshore Support Vessel, (Supply - HNLS, OSR - C1, FFV 2)
+ DPS - 2
The vessel is to comply with: -
a) Maritime Regulations of the Country of Registry
b) International Loadline Convention 1966 and subsequent amendments
c) Radio Communication Regulation to Government regulations
d) SPS Code 2008.
e) International Convention of Prevention of Collisions at Sea 1972.
f) International Tonnage Admeasurement Convention 1969.
g) MARPOL 73/78 and subsequent amendments
h) Solas 1974 and subsequent amendments
i) IMCA Guideline for Dynamic Positioning Class 2
j) The Merchant Shipping (Non-convention Ship) Safety Regulation
k) International Oil Pollution Prevention (1991) Act and Relevant Regulations where applicable.
l) Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineer Applicable Marine Regulations (Code 45).
m) Latest International Tele-communication Convention (Radio Regulations) GMDSS Regulation Area 3
n) MLC 2006, with exemptions from requirement on individual sleeping room for each seafarer
o) IMO A673 (16) Guidelines for the transportation and handling of limited amount of hazardous and noxious liquid substances in bulk in offshore support vessels (With exemption for limitation on aggregate quantity of hazardous and noxious bulk liquid as described in 1.1.4 of the Guidelines, for mud / brine with pollution hazard only and FP > 60 oC)
p) Class requirements for noise and vibrations