- Length: 38.00 m
- Beam: 10.00 m
- Draft: 3.40 m
- Gross Tonnage: 296 GRT
- Engine: Yanmar 6EY 26
- Engine's power: 5220 hp
- Shipyard: South Korea
- Year: 2011
- Country: Korea South
- Listed: August 22, 2017 1:18 pm
- Expires: 87 days, 20 hours
Harbor tug, built in February 2011, is available for sale in South Korea. The vessel has length of 38.00 m, beam of 10.00 m, depth of 4.60 m and maximum draft of 3.40 m. The gross tonnage is 296 GRT and class of society is Korean Shipping Register. The tug is in good condition and without remarks and damages, all the machinery and equipment is working accurately.
The engineering is reliable. The main engines are two Yanmar 6EY 26, wach with power of 2,610 hp at 750 rpm. The total output power of the main engine is 5,220 hp. The propulsion is made by two Kawasaki KST200ZF/B1 rexpellers, which provide bollard pull of 64.695 tons. Also on board there are two Doosan AD 136T diesel generators, each with power of 170 hp at 1800 rpm.
The fire pump engine is Doosan AD 086TI with power 253 hp. On board is installed deck crane KS735N with lifting capacity 5 ton.
The navigation equipment on board is sufficient for operations, including RADAR, GPS with plotter, AIS, Wind Indicator and VHF.
For additional details do not hesitate to contact me. Inspection is available in South Korea.
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