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150′ Steel

Hull Type Steel
Length (LOA) 150 ft.
Breadth 36 ft.
Depth 15 ft.8 in.
Draft 14 ft.6 in.
Stern Width 0 ft.
Year Built 1982
Built By Dorbyl Marine Ltd.
Rigging Other
Gross Tons
753
Cruise Speed 12
Rebuilt
2004
CSI Expiry March 31, 2024
Capacities Fuel: 41794 gallons of Diesel
Freshwater: 17,000 litres
Propulsion Main Engine: 2116HP, ABC SDZA-880-169-K C2 Diesel
Engine Built: 2014
Transmission: Lohn Stolterfohy GCE 665H
Bow Thrusters: Yes
Auxiliary Engines
AC Generator-Siemens Shaft driven – 890KVA 400 V
Deutz 612/Siemens – 375 kw 440 V
GM 4-71/Siemens – 50 kw 440 v
Perkins – 60Kw 480V Emergency
Safety Equipment (x4) 25-person life rafts with hydrostatic release
Rescue boat and davit
Engine room CO2 fire suppression system
Accommodations Total compliment of 24 persons including 8 crew
HVAC throughout
Dry Lab Compartment
Hospital and forward accommodations for Captain and Senior Scientist that include a day room, bedroom and washroom
(x5) Two-person cabins
(x6) One-person cabins
Galley – Walk-in freezer, chiller and dry stores
Mess – Two tables and a mixture of bench and single chain seating
Crews lounge
Electronics Radar: Sperry VisionMaster/ Furuno FR
Sounder: Suzuki ES5300 / Suzuki ES-1080
VHF: Sailor RT5022 (2)
DSC VHF: JRC NCT-196 DSC Terminal
SSB: Ray 152 / JRC JSB 196GM
AutoPilot: Simrad AP70
DGPS: Koden KGP-913 (2)
Compass: Sperry Gyro SR-120 / Sperry Mod-1
MF/HF: Sailor CU5100 / JRC JSB196GM Radio Telephone
Intercom:Newmar IP-10
Communications: KVH TracPhone V7 / Iridum Open Port
Loud Hailer: Ray 430
JRC-JHS-182 AIS
Madetron PSM200
Sailor TT 3606IE Message Terminal
Deck Equipment Deck Crane – 6 ton capacity (hydraulic, knuckle boom)
Stern Winch – 3 ton capacity
Windlass forward – 1000′ of 3/4″ cable on hydraulic winch
Stern Crane – 20 ton capacity knuckle boom
Palfinger PK 11000B hydraulic knuckle boom deck crane
Alaska Marine Crane MCK1240 hydraulic knuckle boom stern crane
Port and starboard gantry
Stern fixed boom davit
Rescue boat and davit
(x6) Double head mooring bollards
Comments Multi-Purpose Research Vessel

Voyage Class:  Near Coastal / Unlimited

The vessel was designed and constructed with additional hull strengthening for ice classification 1A

2008-2010:

Converted vessel to research vessel.  Bow thruster, extended house to fit dry lab, moon pool, two scientific a-frames, two sea cranes, MOB davit and boat, gutted process deck – added scientific spaces/stores, gutted mess room – mess room and lounge, gutted net room – seismic workshop, converted fish hold, additional accommodations, converted winch/motor room into hospital, rebuilt main engine, new hydraulic power pack, new CO2 system, new emergency generator, new genset.

2014:

New main engine.

2017-2020:

Completely rebuilt CPP system, heating system rebuild – new piping, circ pumps, feed pumps, filters, boilers, new winch install.

Hull Type

Steel

Length (LOA)

150 ft.

Breadth

36 ft.

Depth

15 ft.8 in.

Draft

14 ft.6 in.

Stern Width

0 ft.

Year Built

1982

Built By

Dorbyl Marine Ltd.

Rigging

Other

Gross Tons

753

Cruise Speed

12

Rebuilt

2004

CSI Expiry

March 31, 2024

Capacities

Fuel: 41794 gallons of Diesel

Freshwater: 17,000 litres

Propulsion

Main Engine: 2116HP, ABC SDZA-880-169-K C2 Diesel

Engine Built: 2014

Transmission: Lohn Stolterfohy GCE 665H

Bow Thrusters: Yes

Auxiliary Engines

AC Generator-Siemens Shaft driven – 890KVA 400 V

Deutz 612/Siemens – 375 kw 440 V

GM 4-71/Siemens – 50 kw 440 v

Perkins – 60Kw 480V Emergency

Safety Equipment

(x4) 25-person life rafts with hydrostatic release

Rescue boat and davit

Engine room CO2 fire suppression system

Accommodations

Total compliment of 24 persons including 8 crew

HVAC throughout

Dry Lab Compartment

Hospital and forward accommodations for Captain and Senior Scientist that include a day room, bedroom and washroom

(x5) Two-person cabins

(x6) One-person cabins

Galley – Walk-in freezer, chiller and dry stores

Mess – Two tables and a mixture of bench and single chain seating

Crews lounge

Electronics

Radar: Sperry VisionMaster/ Furuno FR

Sounder: Suzuki ES5300 / Suzuki ES-1080

VHF: Sailor RT5022 (2)

DSC VHF: JRC NCT-196 DSC Terminal

SSB: Ray 152 / JRC JSB 196GM

AutoPilot: Simrad AP70

DGPS: Koden KGP-913 (2)

Compass: Sperry Gyro SR-120 / Sperry Mod-1

MF/HF: Sailor CU5100 / JRC JSB196GM Radio Telephone

Intercom:Newmar IP-10

Communications: KVH TracPhone V7 / Iridum Open Port

Loud Hailer: Ray 430

JRC-JHS-182 AIS

Madetron PSM200

Sailor TT 3606IE Message Terminal

Deck Equipment

Deck Crane – 6 ton capacity (hydraulic, knuckle boom)

Stern Winch – 3 ton capacity

Windlass forward – 1000′ of 3/4″ cable on hydraulic winch

Stern Crane – 20 ton capacity knuckle boom

Palfinger PK 11000B hydraulic knuckle boom deck crane

Alaska Marine Crane MCK1240 hydraulic knuckle boom stern crane

Port and starboard gantry

Stern fixed boom davit

Rescue boat and davit

(x6) Double head mooring bollards

Comments

Multi-Purpose Research Vessel

Voyage Class:  Near Coastal / Unlimited

The vessel was designed and constructed with additional hull strengthening for ice classification 1A

2008-2010:

Converted vessel to research vessel.  Bow thruster, extended house to fit dry lab, moon pool, two scientific a-frames, two sea cranes, MOB davit and boat, gutted process deck – added scientific spaces/stores, gutted mess room – mess room and lounge, gutted net room – seismic workshop, converted fish hold, additional accommodations, converted winch/motor room into hospital, rebuilt main engine, new hydraulic power pack, new CO2 system, new emergency generator, new genset.

2014:

New main engine.

2017-2020:

Completely rebuilt CPP system, heating system rebuild – new piping, circ pumps, feed pumps, filters, boilers, new winch install.