Inboard inflatable boat BN218twin-enginerigidhard-top

inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
inboard inflatable boat
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Characteristics

Motor type
inboard
Number of engines
twin-engine
Hull type
rigid
Deck layout
hard-top
Intended use
offshore
Materials
aluminum
Length

12 m (39'04")

Description

Closed Valentijn 2000 class, delivery 2019 The Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) concept is appreciated more and more all over the world and their purpose and tasks have been significantly extended. HABBEKÉ SHIPYARD has further developed the VALENTIJN class RIB into a multipurpose vessel for evacuation, ambulance vessel, inspection vessel and crew or pilot tender. The largest development is the closed wheel house and longer vessel that makes the vessel more comfortable and provides more shelter. The vessel has 16 seats and 4 stretchers. It’s a category A vessel and self-righting that makes it an “all weather boat”. The first vessel of this type is used offshore Mauretania, Africa, as rescue and evacuation vessel by Woodside/Petronas, Second as rescue vessel by the CITRO at Curacao (link http://citro.org/ ) These vessels are built according to the standards and rules of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS X A1 HSC.AMS). Specifications: Length overall 12.00m Length of hull 10.96m Maximum Beam (over the tubes) 4.10m Beam (hull) 3.52m Draft 0.70m Fuel capacity (1300L + 850L) 2150L Performance Max. 45 knots Action radius (full power) 11 hours Material Aluminium H111 Engines 2x NEW Volvo-Penta D6-440 DPI
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