M/V Deliverer

M/V Deliverer is fast going, and handles 12 passengers and additional cargo.

A fast vessel like Deliverer is perfectly suited for serving construction of wind farms and she has experience of duties far from shore. She is equipped with a crane on the after deck enabling various lifting operations. A comfortable wheelhouse with fly bridge is located in the center deck.

 

Vessel specification

Built 2005, Hull 001, South Boats Special Projects Ltd, Isle of Wight, UK

Class notification

  • UK Designed In accordance with Lloyds Rules for Special Service Craft
  • DMA (Danish Maritime Administration) cargo ship notice F

Overview

  • Trading area: World wide
  • Call sign: OUSY2
  • Complement total: 12 pax + crew
  • Range: 200 Nm
  • Gross tonnage: 21,9
  • Net tonnage: 6,6
  • Hull: Aluminium
  • Displacement (light ship): 19 t
  • Length o. a.: 14,80 m
  • Breadth: 6,30 m
  • Draft: 1,0 m
  • Bunker capacity, diesel oil: 3000 liters
  • Fresh water capacity: 240 liters
  • Total aft deck capacity: 19,5 m2
  • Aft deck dimensions: 3,6 m X 5,5 m
  • Total forward deck capacity: 19,0 m2
  • Forward deck dimensions: 3,7 m X 5,5 m

Cargo handling

  • Max cargo capacity on deck: 2 t
  • Deck crane: Optional
  • Maker: Palfinger
  • Model: PK4501M
  • Max lifting capacity: 3200 kg
  • Max lifting capacity @ max outreach: 520 kg@ 7,2 m
  • Max winch capacity: 1500 kg

Main and auxilary machinery

  • Main engines: 2 x Volvo Penta D13-800
  • Power: 2 x 588/800 kW/HP
  • Propulsion type: 2 x Water jet
  • Propulsion equipment: Twindisc MG-5114A/Ultra Dynamics UJ410
  • Auxiliary engine: Cummins Onan
  • Output: 9,5 kVA 220V

Navigation and communication equipment

  • Radar: 2 x Furuno navnet GD-1920C
  • El. chart system: MaxSea / 2 x Furuno Navnet C-map
  • AIS: Furuno FA-150 Class A
  • GMDSS: A1
  • Heading system: Furuno Satellite Compass SC-50
  • DGPS: Furuno GP-37
  • GPS: Furuno GP-32
  • Autopilot: Simrad AP-35
  • Depth sounder: Furuno FCV-620
  • Crew finder: Sea Marshall SARfinder 1003 MK II