Considered one of the most desirable people movers (282 passengers).
Priced to sell.
Length 41 meters (134.5 feet)
Beam 10 meters (32.8 feet)
Draft 1.6 meters (5.25 feet)
Gross 478 Tons
Net 152 Tons
2 x DEUTZ WMW TDB 16V Diesel engines w 2 x KaMeWa Waterjets see mshs.com/pdf/620.pdf for more engine details
CONDITION SURVEY August 15, 2013
The vessel does not present any considerable damage or defect. The vessel, its equipment and engines have been found to be in excellent condition for her age and service intended and particulars follow in the report.
HULL The vessel was inspected while afloat. The hull above the water line was dark blue in color and found in overall excellent condition. There were no visible damages or indents above the water line.
DECKS, HATCHES, AND WINDOWS The exterior decks were found to be in excellent condition. The vessel has an extensive array of over forty (40) large windows in the two passenger salons and bridge areas, which were inspected, and no signs of leakage were noted. The three decks are connected by wide stairways for the convenience of passengers. The vessel has seating for all passengers and carries a maximum of 282 passengers. Passenger areas have teak decks.
ACCOMMODATIONS The condition of the accommodations throughout the entire vessel and all other internal spaces are well maintained, well lit and in excellent condition. The vessel does not carry berthing or dining accommodations for the passengers, but crew accommodations seem adequate. There are five (5) public heads aboard for the convenience of passengers as well as a hospital aboard for illness or injuries.
NAVIGATIONAL AND ENGINE ROOM CONTROLS All navigational and engine room control is centralized on the bridge. The bridge area is similar to that of an aircraft in that all instrumentation is located on the bridge, and the helmsman and officer of the watch sit in front of the computer array of instruments to steer the vessel and handle all engine controls. The enclosed bridge has excellent visibility with large wrap around windows for 180 degree viewing.
MAIN ENGINES, PROPULSION SYSTEM, ELECTRICAL SYSTEM & BILGE PUMPS The vessel has two (2) MWM TBD 620 V16 diesel engines which drive two (2) Rolls Royce waterjet propulsion systems. The vessel carries 13,000 liters of diesel fuel in steel tanks. Also installed aboard are two (2) Iveco 200 KW electric generators to supply the vessel´s electrical needs. The port and starboard engines reportedly have 3,200 and 3,000 hours of operation respectively.
The steering is accomplished with a hydraulic system.
The vessel has fourteen (14) electric bilge pumps installed in all bilge and tank areas. There are two (2) ELTEK power inverters installed for charging batteries. The vessel has an air conditioning system that encompasses all enclosed passenger and crew spaces. The vessel has one standard fire pump and one emergency fire pump.
GROUND TACKLE Ground tackle equipment consists of 27 meters of 10 mm galvanized chain and one (1) 300 kg Danforth anchor, with substantial lengths of mooring lines. All were inspected and found in good condition. The vessel an electric windlass to haul up the anchor and chain
BRIDGE NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT The vessel was fitted with an adequate amount of navigation and communication equipment. All the equipment was reportedly in good working condition. At the time of the survey, the following electronic navigational equipment was found onboard: • One (1) A1 HF transceiver • Two (2) ENTEL portable VHF transceivers • One (1) Jotron VHF transceiver • One (1) Robertson AP9MK3 autopilot • One (1) Decca Marine radar • One (1) Simrad GPS • One (1) R4 AIS • One (1) Furuno Navtex • One (1) Area one GMDSS
FIREFIGHTING & LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT At the time of the survey, the following were accounted for on-board: • Three hundred(310) adult life jackets (passenger jackets beneath seats) • Six (6) ABC fire extinguishers throughout the vessel, all current • Two (2) automatic Halon Fire Suppression Systems in the engine room spaces • Ten (2) twenty –five passenger life rafts, current • One (1) six (6) persons DSB dingy with a 40 HP Yamaha outboard engine. • Two (2) life rings with lights & whistles • Three (3) Life rings with lights • Two (2) Jotron EPIRBS inspected and valid until 2015 • Fifteen (15) hand flares, all current • Six (6) smoke flares • Two (2) dye canisters
CONCLUSIONS The vessel, as seen as the time of survey, August 2013, was considered to be in excellent condition. She was found both structurally and mechanically in sound condition.
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Eslora total: 134 Pies 6 Pulgadas
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or 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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.