Service boat SWR-120 Multi-purpose
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Characteristics

Type
service boat
Motor type
inboard
Material
aluminum
Length

Min.: 11.99 m (39'04")

Passenger capacity

Min.: 12 unit

Description

SWR-120 is a multi-purpose, heavy-duty, high-speed, planning boat for operation in costal sea areas, in open sea as a daughtercraft and in lakes and rivers in any climate zone, provided that the water is clear of ice. Depending on the equipment installed, the boat can be specialized as Search and Rescue, patrol, work, pilot, crewtender, diving or a daughter craft. SWR-120 structures and systems are designed to meet ISO Small Craft certification and Bureau Veritas HSC classification Rules. Possible Design category for CE is A (different Modules possible). GENERAL Hull material: Marine grade aluminum alloys Superstructure: Composite sandwich with carbon reinforcements Functionality: High-speed multi-purpose commercial vessel Self-righting: Yes Propulsion: 960 h.p. CUMMINS turbo-diesels with Rolls-Royce waterjets DIMENSIONS Length overall 11.99 m Beam overall 3.6 m Depth at side 0.9 m Draught max 0.7 m Height 3.55 m (without removable parts) Personell/Crew 12/2 pax. The first boat of this category is already built and is in the use of the Rescue Service. It is fully tested after the build, according to the special S-Ribs test program. And while it is a heavy-duty commercial boat, this model has successfully passed an additional test during two weeks of operation in rough sea conditions (1500nm in total). The boat in the "Multi-purpose" version is available for the test runs for any potential clients on the Black Sea. Full text Specification of the boat is available upon request.

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