- Length: 67.40 m
- Beam: 16.80 m
- Draft: 6.10 m
- Deadweight: 3060 DWT
- Cargo Capacity: 380 tons
- Engine: Wartsila Vasa
- Engine's power: 6700 hp
- Shipyard: Singapore
- Year: 1982
- Country: Denmark
- Listed: September 4, 2017 7:17 pm
- Expires: 6 days, 17 hours
DP1 offshore supply vessel, built in 1982 by Singapore Slipway and Engineering, is available for sale and currently operating in North Sea and Western Europe. The vessel is outfitted according to high standards, with a heavy lift crane (20/12 ton), passive heeling system and Dynamic Positioning System (DP1). New upgrade and refit 2014-2016 with a block of 10 containers, 7 living for 14 men, 1 office, 1 chilled with garbage press, 1 paint and storage), heavy frame for ROV equipment and new Sewage Plant. The overall length of the ship is 67.40 m, beam of 16.80 m and draft of 6.10 m. The deadweight of the vessel 3060 DWT, gross tonnage of 1948 GRt and net tonnage of 584 NT.
Cargo Deck has capacity of 380 ton (max) with max load 5 ton/sq m. The cargo deck area total is 520 sq m with length of 38.21 m and width of 14.00 m.
The engineering is reliable and high effective with low fuel consumption. The main engines are four Wartsila Vasa, having total output power of 6700 hp. The propulsion generators are four AEG Rotaduct DKBH 4507/06, allowing operations with service speed of 11.0 kts. The fuel consumption at such speed is 12 cbm/day.
The DP1 offshore supply vessel passed Special Survey in 03/2017.
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