Work boat 1300
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Characteristics

Type
work boat, harbor service boat
Number of hulls
catamaran
Motor type
inboard, diesel
Material
aluminum
Length

13.1 m (42'11")

Maximum width

6.1 m (20'00")

Draft

1.35 m (4'05")

Motor power

350 ch, 500 ch (350 hp)

Cruising speed

15 kt, 18 kt

Passenger capacity

4 unit

Fuel capacity

2,000 l (528 gal)

Description

Work 1300 Cat is a catamaran workboat designed for heavy-duty use. Both hulls have a marine diesel engine. The engine power is transmitted through a fixed shaft to the propeller. Propellers are protected from grounding with a propeller guard. Longitudinal bars have been installed to protect the propellers from pieces of ice and loose ropes. The engine power of Work 1300 is 2 x 260 hp, and it is more than enough to carry the boat without cargo for the speed of 17 knots. Handling of the boat in port and other cramped spaces is smooth with hydraulic bow thrusters in both hulls. The operating range is enough as the combined fuel tank volume is 2000 liter. The boat can carry a cargo up to 25 tons. The deck can be equipped with a heavy crane, sturdy capstan and combined fire- / deck washing pump. All of this make the Work 1300 a suitable boat for example for maintenance tasks fish farming facility near the coastal, but outside island protection. Same thing can be said about the spaces for the crew. Work 1300 Cat's wide cabin is in the bow. The cabin offers comfortable and well-ventilated space up to 6 crew members, two of them with a suspension seat. The toilet is designed to the cabin and you can walk in it from the deck. The back wall of the cabin is integrated with a closed locker.

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