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Work boat HULL 43 : 12M SEAWORKS
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Characteristics

Type
work boat
Motor type
inboard
Material
aluminum
Length

12 m (39'04")

Maximum width

4.2 m (13'09")

Draft

1.2 m (3'11")

Motor power

540 ch (540 hp)

Fuel capacity

800 l (211 gal)

Description

This versatile service boat , 11.83 m long and 4.2 m wide, is intended for the support of underwater works. It is designed for homologation to French standards in maritime and in fluvial waters. She can board 12 passengers including the crew or 4.5 tons charge in addition to the 2 crewmembers. Her hydraulic crane Hydro Armor 7TM and her winch 2T 30m allow it a lifting of 2 T at 3 m distance. Propelled by an Iveco engine of 350 Ch in Medium Duty rating she reaches a top speed of 15 knots Thanks to its bow and stern thrusters she demonstrates an excellent maneuverability and guarantees precise positioning during the work Attention has been given to the comfort(soundproofing of the machine, and the propeller in the peak) and to the simplification of maintenance(crane maneuverable motor panel, ergonomic study of mechanical and electrical control operations) Finally, her compact dimensions allow her to be transported on a standard 40-foot flat rack container Based on this versatile platform variants can be adapted to your program, please feel free to contact us. Specifications: Lenght overall: 11.83 m Hull lenght: 11.65 m Beam: 4.20 m Loaded Draft: 1.20 m Material: Aluminium Propulsion: Iveco N67ENT Propulsion Power: 350 CV Fuel capacity: 680 L Hull N°: 43 Deck load capacity: 4500 Kg Crew: 10 Year: 2017 Naval Architect: Eric JEAN Survey: Bureau Veritas Flag: French Certification: French regulation div 222
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