Western Cape South Africa|
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She is a all-steel welded mid-water trawler with a raked stem and a transom stern. The vessel has a steel shelterdeck which totally encloses the main deck and the 6 fish holds each have trunkings which run upwards through this shelterdeck to the working foredeck above. There are two gantries aft of the wheelhouse which carry the trawl wire sheaves and there are also two net storage drums below the bridge deck aft which are hydraulically driven. The two hydraulically driven main trawl winches are situated just forward and below the bridge inside the shelterdeck space. The forward deck extends from just forward of the wheelhouse to the raised forecastle. The hydraulically driven anchor windlass for the single anchor is situated on the forecastle and also has a warping drum on the side for mooring the vessel. The wheelhouse is situated aft over the engine room and the accommodation is situated above the engine room. There are two hydraulic cranes on the vessel. The one is a knuckle boom crane fitted forward on the main deck and it is hydraulically driven with a lifting capacity of 1.5 tons. The other hydraulic crane is fitted aft of the wheel house with a lifting capacity of 2.5 tons and it is used for handling the trawl sheaves on the two gantries.
The vessel can carry 48 tons of fuel, 10 tons of freshwater and 4 tons of lubricating oil and hydraulic oil.
The six holds can each carry approximately 50 tons of fish in refrigerated seawater which gives a total RSW carrying capacity of 300 tons.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||MAK model 6M25 6 cylinder|
|Length over all:||36m|
The condition of the accommodation is fair with separate cabins and ablutions for both the Officers and the crew.
Directly beneath the bridge there are cabins for the Officers while the cabins for the crew are on the main deck and aft on the deck below.
There is a common mess room for the Officers and the crew on the starboard side of the main deck and the fully equipped galley, which has an electric galley range with all the modern appliances, is directly aft of the mess room.
There are communal toilets and ablutions for the crew with the Officers having their own toilets and ablutions.
1 x Caterpillar model 3412 driving an alternator which delivers 435 kW at 1500 RPM and drives an alternator which delivers 438 KVA atb 380 volts 50 Hz for power for the engine room and the refrigerated sea water refrigeration compressors.
4 x Mycom refrigeration compressors driven by electric motors with associated condensers, coolers and seawater circulating pumps.
2 x electrically driven cooling water pumps for the RSW plant
1 x RWO oil water separating system
There are six fish holds which are fully insulated and fitted with circulating pipework for carrying 86 tons of fish each in refrigerated seawater at 1 degree Celsius. We were unable to inspect the holds as they were all filled with water.
1 x walk-in domestic refrigerator. Stores and storage spaces for dry stores, engineer’s stores and deck stores.
The following items of electronic equipment are fitted on the bridge.
1 x Furuno radar Model FR 1505 MK II
1 x Furuno radar Model FR 2100
1 x Furuno radar with ARPA and 20 inch high resolution screen
1 x Furuno auto plotter ARP-23
1 x Garmin Map GPS 6012
2 x Furuno GPS GP 80
1 x Furuno colour sounder FCV-12L/1200LM
1 x Koden chromoscope echo sounder
1 x Wesmar net sounder
1 x Navitron autopilot
2 x Rudder indicator
1 x Sperry gyro compass
1 x magnetic compass
1 x Furuno radio DSC 6/6A
1 x Furuno VHF FM 8500
1 x Icom HF ICR 75 SSB radio
2 x ENTEL handheld VHF handheld radios
1 x Sailor Iridium satellite telephone
The engine room contains the following equipment
1 x MAK model 6M25 6 cylinder in line, turbocharged and aftercooled marine diesel engine which develops 2500 HP at 750 RPM. Final drive is via a Volda reduction / pitch control gearbox which drives the propeller controllable pitch propeller.
3 x hydraulic pumps for the winches and the hydraulic machinery on the deck and in the factory which are driven by the power take off gearbox fitted on the front of the engine
2 x 6 cylinder Caterpillar 3306 diesel engines driving Caterpillar generators at 1500 rpm which each develop 125 kVA at 380 volts and 50 Hz. (One engine is out of commission)
2 x electrically driven bilge pumps
1 x electrically driven cooling water pumps for the RSW plant
1 x electrically driven sludge pump
1 x stand by fuel pump for the main engine
1 x stand by freshwater cooling pump for the main engine
1 x stand by gearbox cooling water pump
1 x general service pump
1 x fire pump
1 x fuel transfer pump for gasoil
1 x De Laval Gasoil separator
1 x standby lubricating oil pump for the main engines
2 x starting air compressors
2 x starting air receivers
1 x Main electrical switchboard with alarm panels and control gear for controlling the three alternators and distributing the current to all services as well as the emergency switchboard.
1 x Main engine alarm panel for the main engine and the auxiliaries
1 x Small workshop on the main deck midships forward of the engine room with all the normal workshop tools drill, grinder and welding transformers and gas welding torch.
3 x VOLDA Pitch,engine speed and steering control in the stbd control position the port side and the starboard aft corner of the wheelhouse
1 x Main engine console with speed and pitch control and alarms.
1 x Electrical distribution boards for the bridge and accommodation.
1 x Electrical distribution and alarm panel for the navigation lights for 220 volts and 24 volt emergency system
1 x EPIRB (expiring July 2021)
1 x Vingtor VRC 10M intercom system serving all compartments
1 x Furuno printer
1 x HP DeskJet 2515 printer
1 x Barometer
1 x Ship’s clock
1 x Hand steering wheel
1 x Sailor VHF Radio telephone
1 x Furuno SSB Transiever
2 x SART
1 x Standard Horizon Loud Hailer VLH-300
1 x Electronic catch reporting system
1 x Furuno colour scanning sonar
1 x BrainChild VR06 Paperless recorder
1 x Furuno load gauge
The vessel is fitted with all the required safety gear and appliances and has sufficient life rafts with a total capacity of 200% of the crew as per regulations.
Details of the equipment offered by TAG Marine is done in good faith but cannot be guaranteed.
Nor can we 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.
All equipment is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Our offers are standard valid for 30 days.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.