Construction on a new 22M high speed, aluminum catamaran ferry, with a possible delivery date of 2019. This is a performance proven vessel.
The hull is suitable for offshore services. Class to suit your needs. Is painted and ready for you to choose your engines.
The fuel consumption is in the top of the range against competitors. Its sister boat operates daily at 23 knots cruise speed, at 1800rpm (65% MCR) with fuel consumption less than 75 Litres per hour, per engine when fully loaded. Top speed COULD BE 28knots @ 2350rpm, with twin 740 H.P. MTU engines.
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The deckhouse is now being configured as a low profile ferry/cruise version. The vessel structure is designed to Lloyds SSC Passenger Catamaran G2 rules and built to comply with Australian NSCV.
The hull form has been optimized for excellent fuel efficiency and low wash characteristics at operational speeds.
Modern, intelligent systems will support robust engineering to provide high redundancy, low maintenance and reliable long term operation.
The fire, flood and safety systems on-board will represent the latest technology combined with the best industry practices.
The cabin arrangement provides comfortable seating and large panoramic windows.
The open plan deck arrangement provides access to all areas for light and ventilation.
Large tinted windows have generous views and ample light and reduced heat transfer into the passenger space.
Seated passengers will be on the main deck, in air-conditioned comfort and alfresco on the upper decks.
The ferry layout design allows for ease in operation – Passengers can safely and quickly load and discharge at fore and aft’ locations.
The captain is perfectly positioned to do the docking and oversee the loading and discharge.
The hull can fit most engine brands however to allow for quick delivery time we would require engines that are in stock: some examples are MTU Series 60, Cummins Q S M 11, MTU 8V2000, or Scania marine engines.
The standard propulsion options are prop/shaft with relatively low draft of 1.5 meters fully loaded.
This ferry can be licensed to carry up to 175 passengers in partially smooth waters and the capacity to carry 150 passengers in coastal waters.
Currently the vessel is built to Australian NSCU Class 1C (Coastal Ferry) requirements with the design being approved and survey inspections carried out (however can be completed to IACS, USCG ) depending on the owners’ requirements.
Hull Deep-V Catamaran welded marine grade aluminium
Length Overall 22m
Beam Overall 8m
Draft 1.50 With prop/shaft
Bottom Plate 6mm
Cabin, Sides, Deck 4mm
Main Engines 2 x 600-1000 H.P. (example 2x Scania 700 H.P.)
Gearbox TO SUIT
Gen set 50KVA
Fuel Tank 2 x 3000LTR
Fresh Water 1 x 400 LTR
Sullage Tank 1 x 400 LTR
Passengers 150 – 175 Pax
Classification Australian NSCV
Cruise Speed 23-24 Knots with twin 700 H.P.
Maximum Speed 27 Knots with twin 700 H.P.