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MULTI- PROPOSE VESSEL:
SEA GOING RESEARCH LAB
Itinerante was built in 1963 by Gebr Paans, NV. in Moerdijk, Neatherlands.
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Vessel is a typical harbor and coastal tug designed with Fire - fighting capability,and has forward superstructure and low open deck with round cruiser type stern.
The superstructure is single tier construction rising 14 feet above the main deck, with raised pilothouse and chart-room.
The pilothouse windows provides 360 degree visibility. All windows have fixed watertight aluminum extrusion framing and tempered glass. There are 3 windows forward, 2 windows on the port and starboard sides and 3 windows facing aft. Additional deck level windows,p& s have a good view of the side decks.
Solid fitted main deck bulwarks leading , approximately 42 feet on the port and starboard sides, from bow stem to mid-ship, having an average height of 30 inches.
Bulwark leading approximately 44 feet on port and starboard from mid-ship to stern reduce to a height of 22 inches. the bulwark is fitted with top round cap-rail with 28 free ports, located within the port and starboard bulwark, with an average opening of 4"h x 45" L.
The vessel is fitted with heavy duty performed wraparound D-rubber fender, 5" w x 5" thick from the stem around the stern, with a height above the waterline of 6' at the bow and 4' at the stern.additional heavy round rubber fenders, 16" in diameter by 10' long, protect the bow and the stern bulwarks.
A towing hook, with double bitts, and one curve 8" tow bow, 25'6" forward of the stern, withe a center line 12" closed fairlead area all mounted over the engine room casing.
One curve 8" tow bow is fitted over the aft deck extending from port bulwark to starboard bulwark 8' forward of the stern. height of the aft tow bow supports at the center-line main deck is 29".
Vessel was originally built to work in ice conditions. The rudder is protected by protrusion from the hull and the forward plating at the bow from the waterline down is doubled.
Vessel is divided by 5 transverse watertight bulkheads into the following compartments:
2. Forward Galley dining and storage
3. Engine room
4. Towing/tackle Dry Storage
5. Fuel Oil tanks
6. Steering compartment
Fitted 3 blade variable pitch "Liaaen" electro-hydraulic propeller, Type "G 50". with diameter of 1200 mm. Variable reversible propeller pitch system is fitted with both mechanical-hydraulic pump (driven by main transmission) and the electro-hydraulic pump. One spare blade is present in the boatswain's locker.
A balanced articulated flap type rudder system is fitted, manufactured by Becker marine Systems. It consist of main rudder, hinge system, articulated flap/tab and linkage actuator.
Rudder stock rotation is provided by a Tenfjord rotary system. Hull has an extension aft and downward of the rudder to protect the linkage from ice and debris when going a stern. The steering systems provides a very tight turning circle.
The fire fighting system can instantly convert to salvage pumping if required
Fitted with 3 deluge gum type fire monitors, located way of the bow deck, top of the pilothouse and aft stern deck. Fitted are new port/starboard main suction pipe. Port and starboard side deck each contain 3 section connections, and 1 discharge manifold with 3"x 3" hose connections, 2" x 6" hose connections. The bow also contain a discharge manifold with a 4" x 6" hose connection
Controllable high- capacity water jet system is driven by dual 624 kW indar generator, driving 10" Stork Centrifugal pumps, each with a capacity of 12,000 liters per minutes.
Pilothouse bulkheads are fitted with wood panel covering, navigation console of wood frame construction with composite wood grained laminate finish.
Bridge Nav/Radio/Engine Control Equipment
1 - Racal Decca Short range River Radar, RR22050MT
1 - Furuno Radar - 72 miles
1 - Furuno Navpolit Autopilot
1 - Rudder angle Indicator
1- Furuno Satellite Compass 0735-10
2- Sailor VHF RT radio phones
1- Heftronic, Type HT 1120 CE Intercomm system
1- Lowrance 2330 tri- 2330 tri-range depth sounder
1 - Main electrical panel - Nac lights 24V, Gen Service 24V, Gen Service 220V CSI 2705 main engine and aux alarms
1 - Main engines instrumentation gauges
1 - Main engine remote shut down
1 -Engine control and pitch control, AM.LIAAEN, Type G50, Vripropell NR26
1- Bochtaanwrjzer RTI MK2 - rate of turn indicator
1- JMC V6201
1 - Fire pump and monitor Control Unit
Access to galley and lower storage from the pilothouse and/or the starboard main deck passageway. Galley extends across the vessel between the forepeak and the engine room divisions, below the pilothouse. The cooking area is fitted with 1 four burner counter stove top, 2 microwaves, 1 convection oven, 1 small freezer, 1 small refrigerator, 1 stainless steel single sink and counter top. One stand-up crew shower stall is in the galley.
Galley has a dining area with fold-down table/seating for 6, dining bench seats can be arrange to provide 4 single crew sleeping berths - if necessary. The dining area also provides crew lockers and dry storage.
2 - main engines Deutz MWN turbo diesels, TBD 604-L6, 6 cylinder Engine # 6040610285/6040610286 - Year 1986 - 596.8 kW/ 800 HP each.
1 -Gearbox: Electrisch Volgens de schema's 85.01.01.01, 85.01.00.1.1
1 Sterring gear box Tenfjord R 1-B
1 - Propeller 3 Blade, variable pitch electric/hydraulic - Liaaen - diameter 1200 mm, model G50
1 - Generator - Lister -Petter, Ype HRW 6, 50 kW @ 1500 rpm, 6 cylinder Engine -# 3500022 - year 1986 380V/220V c/w
1`- Auxiliary Alternator: EEC 220V, 43 kw - Year 1986
2 Fire Pump Generators Indar draaistroom generator 624 KVA
2 - Fire pump & motor 10" Stork Centifugal brandbluspompo, Type H50
2 Compressors Atlas Copco, type 30, working pressure 6 Bar
1 -Accomodation heating - Boiler Inventum EDR, 50 Litre, 8 Bar 220 Volts , 2950 W
1 - General Service Pump, fire , Bilge and Ballast 220 Volts is located in machinery space
1 Domestic water pressure pump with electric water heater.
The vessel is not certified for service at this time. The only certificate sighted is in the current Canadian Certificate of Registry, with an expiration date of December 31, 2015
Transport Canada has undertaken to inspect the vessel for commercial operation and have approved the hull and underwater propulsion and steering systems. The vessel has an estimated 70% of the certification process completed.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.