Trailing suction hopper dredger special vessel TSHD 900
coastal

trailing suction hopper dredger special vessel
trailing suction hopper dredger special vessel
trailing suction hopper dredger special vessel
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Characteristics

Type
trailing suction hopper dredger
Other characteristics
coastal
Length

Max.: 65.25 m (214'00")

DWT

1,350 t (1,488 us ton)

Passenger capacity

10 unit

Description

DIMENSIONS & PERFORMANCE Length o.a.(ex bow coupling) 65.25 m Beam moulded 12.00 m Depth moulded 4.00 m Draught (summer) 3.18 m Draught (dredging) 3.40 m Deadweight 1350 t Hopper volume 900 m3 Dredging depth 18 m Rainbow distance 55 m (option) Discharge distance 850 m (option) OPTIMAL MANEUVERABILITY FOR MAINTENANCE IN PORTS The vessel is able to navigate safely regardless of current or port traffic and is able to reach the small corners by accurate positioning itself by using two high-power azimuth thrusters and a channel type bow thruster unit. To increase the ergonomics of the operation a DP-0 system can be provided as an option. MAINTENANCE FRIENDLY DESIGN The vessel is designed with easy access features. And logical transport routes are arranged with hatches, hoisting beams and a service crane fitted on aft deck. The IWS notation enables a docking interval of up to 5 years and the azimuth thrusters can be lifted out of the water easily for in water service and repairs. CUSTOMIZATION THROUGH OPTIONS The standard vessel can be customized using a wide variety of options, by adding hopper discharge systems or a grab dredge crane. To increase production, several monitoring systems can be added like a production measurement system with a non-radioactive density meter. Another example is an upgrade of the machinery system to comply with IMO TIER III or to install a fully diesel-electric configuration.

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