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General Information

Listing# 25926

Price
$5,000,000.00
Location
Unknown, LA, United States
HIN
PV2174
Manufacturer
Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1999
Category
Passenger
Status
Used
Length
120 (ft.) 6 (in.)
Beam
43.67
LOA
119.5
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
2

General Details

119’6” x 43’8” x 12’ Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat
Passenger capacity: 250 persons
Builder: Eastern Shipbuilding Group
Flag: USA
Classification: ABS, A1, AMS, SWAT, USCG – Subchapter K
Gross tonnage: 99 tons
Net tonnage: 67 tons
Int’l gross tonnage: 537
Int’l net tonnage: 167
Load line draft: 10’
Design speed: 25 knots
Max speed: 30 knots

Accommodations:
Total passengers: 250 persons
Staterooms: 3
Berths: 6
Cooler/freezer: Combination
Fuel capacity: 17,483 US gallons
Pot/ballast water: 27,209 US gallons

Machinery:
Main engines: Two (2) Allison, 501KF Turbines, 10,600 hp
Reduction gears: Philadelphia 20HMG-HP2S, Ratio: 27.39.1
Propellers: LIPS CPP
Rudders: Dual control – Synch/Independent
Generators: Two (2) 315KW, W/NTT855G Cummins
Bowthruster: Holland-Roer FP, W/AC variable speed, reversing motor
Ride Control: MDI – Active Fin, Stabilizers

Navigations/Communications:
Radars: Two (2) Simrad/Anritsu, ARPA Interface
Radios: SSB-SEA 330G, Two (2) SEA 7156G
GMDSS: SEA 400-A3 Console, Immarsat C DSC, Controller
Nav. System: Trimble NT2000
Gyro: Sperry SR180
EPIRB: ACR cat.1
SART: LO-KATA 9-1M
NAVTEX: GMDSS NAV 5 9347-A
Fathometer: Furuno
ADF: Simrad/Taiyo
Nav. Tracking: Immarsat-C Boatracs

This 120’ x 40’ aluminum SWATH crew boat was built
in 1999 for Trico Marine to quickly shuttle as many
as 250 passengers to offshore platforms. She was
built by Eastern Shipbuilding Group and designed
by Petrobras. The goal was to create an offshore
crew transport vessel that would phase out costly
helicopter rides and rough voyages on convention,
mono-hull crew boats. The SWATH design provided
a smooth ride and met the requirements of an
average speed of 25 knots. This vessel is
capable of speeds over 30 knots.

The ergonomic requirements were defined to limit
the incidence of seasickness to less than 5% in 4 hours
exposure in the 2- to 3- meter seas so common to the
Campos Basin where the vessel would operate. They
also required comfortable seating, ample legroom
and an HVAC system with a relatively high rate of
exchange. The final design presented a number of
challenges, while incorporating many high tech features,
such as a gas turbine coupled to controlled pitch
propellers via a 27:1 reduction gear and an active fin system.

Location: Louisiana
Price $5,000,000 USD

Specifications

Additional
119’6” x 43’8” x 12’ Aluminum Swath Passenger Ferry/Crew Boat Passenger capacity: 250 persons Builder: Eastern Shipbuilding Group Flag: USA Classification: ABS, A1, AMS, SWAT, USCG – Subchapter K Gross tonnage: 99 tons Net tonnage: 67 tons Int’l gross tonnage: 537 Int’l net tonnage: 167 Load line draft: 10’ Design speed: 25 knots Max speed: 30 knots Accommodations: Total passengers: 250 persons Staterooms: 3 Berths: 6 Cooler/freezer: Combination Fuel capacity: 17,483 US gallons Pot/ballast water: 27,209 US gallons Machinery: Main engines: Two (2) Allison, 501KF Turbines, 10,600 hp Reduction gears: Philadelphia 20HMG-HP2S, Ratio: 27.39.1 Propellers: LIPS CPP Rudders: Dual control – Synch/Independent Generators: Two (2) 315KW, W/NTT855G Cummins Bowthruster: Holland-Roer FP, W/AC variable speed, reversing motor Ride Control: MDI – Active Fin, Stabilizers Navigations/Communications: Radars: Two (2) Simrad/Anritsu, ARPA Interface Radios: SSB-SEA 330G, Two (2) SEA 7156G GMDSS: SEA 400-A3 Console, Immarsat C DSC, Controller Nav. System: Trimble NT2000 Gyro: Sperry SR180 EPIRB: ACR cat.1 SART: LO-KATA 9-1M NAVTEX: GMDSS NAV 5 9347-A Fathometer: Furuno ADF: Simrad/Taiyo Nav. Tracking: Immarsat-C Boatracs This 120’ x 40’ aluminum SWATH crew boat was built in 1999 for Trico Marine to quickly shuttle as many as 250 passengers to offshore platforms. She was built by Eastern Shipbuilding Group and designed by Petrobras. The goal was to create an offshore crew transport vessel that would phase out costly helicopter rides and rough voyages on convention, mono-hull crew boats. The SWATH design provided a smooth ride and met the requirements of an average speed of 25 knots. This vessel is capable of speeds over 30 knots. The ergonomic requirements were defined to limit the incidence of seasickness to less than 5% in 4 hours exposure in the 2- to 3- meter seas so common to the Campos Basin where the vessel would operate. They also required comfortable seating, ample legroom and an HVAC system with a relatively high rate of exchange. The final design presented a number of challenges, while incorporating many high tech features, such as a gas turbine coupled to controlled pitch propellers via a 27:1 reduction gear and an active fin system. Location: Louisiana Price $5,000,000 USD
Disclaimer
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.
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Scruton Marine Services - File No. PV2174. Please contact Peggy Scruton at 519-583-1636 for further information