29m Aluminium Fishing Vessel built 1987 by Mitchell Boatbuilders in Tasmania, Australia and maintained in Maritime New Zealand survey. The vessel was previously set up as a Longliner but has since had the longline gear removed and has had the forward shelter deck extended over the forward deck and is now set up as a deep-water Potting Vessel. The main engine has recently been replaced with a brand new 265 kW L126TIH Doosan Diesel engine. The engine room is on three levels and is located aft of the fish hold. The Main engine is on the centerline with auxiliary engines on the port side mounted on the tank tops and ancillary equipment mounted on the starboard tank tops.
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95' 2" - 29.00m
Main engine: Doosan four-stroke direct injection with exhaust turbo charger & inter-cooled
Output: 265 kW @ 2200 rpm
No of Cylinders: Six (6) inline
Gearbox: Caterpillar 7211,5.00:1 reduction
Propeller: 4 bladed
Main Auxiliary: Cummins 6BT 100 kVA @ 1500 rpm. Secondary Auxiliary: Cummins 75 kVA @ 1500 rpm
16,300 @ 100%.
10 m3 @ 100%.
The fish hold capacity is approx. 28 ton
The hold can be refrigerated down to -10 deg C & the Bait Room down to -4 deg C
The fish hold is accessed down through a hatch at the after end of the shelter deck
and the bait/store room is accessed off the aft deck.
Anchor Windlass: The hydraulic anchor windlass is installed on the focsle and has a single chain gypsy loaded with 16mm short link chain and 150 kg Stockless anchor.
The vessel is equipped and maintained with the safety equipment required for MNZ survey.
Two 10-man RFD life rafts are carried on the shelter deck and aft deck respectively.
An Air-cooled Yanmar Diesel Emergency pump is located in the aft steering flat/lazerette.
Life buoys and a 406 MHz EPIRB are provided.
Lifesaving appliances are provided for up to 10 people.
1 x Furuno TZTL12F 80nm Black Box Marine Radar
1 x Furuno VX2 RDP 148 Navnet unit displaying radar, depth, and chart plotting.
1 x Furuno FCV-295 Colour LCD Sounder
1 x Robertson AP45 Auto Pilot.
1 x Icom N33 IC-M710 MF/HF SSB Transceiver
1 x GME GX600 VHF transceiver
4 x LCD Monitors displaying 3D Bathymetry Software, Charter Plotter and cameras.
1x Thrane & Thrane Sailor Inmarsat C Fleet One Satellite Telephone
1 x TMQ Watch Alarm
1 x Kannad GPS 406 MHz EPIRB
1 x Wagner Rudder Angle Indicator
1 x Seematz Searchlight
1 x Saura T-150 IIF Magnetic compass
Derrick: A single derrick with a 200 kg SWL is swung off the forward mast and has a small electric winch mounted at its base.
For Potting, the vessel is fitted with a hydraulic pot hauler and can deploy and retrieve gear over the starboard side amidships.
The vessel currently holds a New Zealand Certificate of Survey for New Zealand Offshore limits which is valid until 31st May 2021.
The wheelhouse deck is on the upper deck just aft of amidships and has the helm station and watch keeping area. There is access aft out on to the deck and internal access down to the main deck from the wheelhouse. On the main deck aft is the crew mess and galley, with twin berth cabin to port adjacent to the galley. The main stateroom/Captain's cabin with double bunk and ensuite is located below the crew mess. The ablution/laundry block is adjacent to the mess to port and is accessed off the aft deck. Forward of the aft accommodation is the large aluminium covered Shelter deck. The forward accommodation area, which has the 3 crew cabins is accessed from the forward end of the shelter deck via the forward Scuttle. The engine room is located aft of the fish hold. The bait hold is located aft to starboard and is accessed off the aft main deck. The steering flat is located right aft and is also utilized for storage.
The wheelhouse is large with access on to the aft deck and internal access from below.
The helm station has good visibility forward and on to the work deck area below and is well equipped with the navigation and communication gear.