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The plans and specifications for this vessel have been prepared for the construction of a vessel suitable for commercial Ambulance vessel operation. Passengers: 3 ( + Patients ), Crew: 1 -2. ). Engine: 2 of 300hp Yamaha outboard engines with gauges and controls. The vessel shall be designed and constructed to an equivalence of the NSCV or USCG code for open waterway special purpose vessel. All aluminium is to be of certified marine grade and class approved standard.
|Condition:||Built to Order|
|Vessel type:||Ambulance Boat|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Length over all:||11.3m|
|Fuel capacity:||800 Litres|
|Water capacity:||100 Litres|
Passengers: 3 ( + Patients )
Crew: 1 -2
Passenger seating as per final general arrangement plan, with high back marine seating with armrest and life jacket holders under. One (1) x toilet installed aft.
Weather Decks: Non –Skid Paint
Passenger Decks: Non – Skid Paint or ‘Decord’ marine carpet
Toilets internal: Non – Skid Paint
PASSENGER CABIN VIDEO SYSTEM
Seating arrangement on main deck shall be provided in accordance with the General Arrangement Plan.
Interior seating in the forward crew area shall be 4 (four) x medium back cushioned marine seats with armrests and life jackets under including helm seat. 2 (two) x observer seats in main saloon to be installed also.
One (1) off cold water tap in main deck toilet compartment.
Main Deck: One (1) of Domestic fresh flush toilet, with thru deck alloy pipes to sullage tank under deck.
Facilities to include wall mirror and toilet roll holder.
Sullage system shall include one (1) of 120 ltr sullage tank with shore-based pump-out stand facility.
The plans and specifications for this vessel have been prepared with the intent to set forth the work to be executed and items to be supplied for the construction of a vessel suitable for commercial Ambulance vessel operation.
In all cases where contradiction exists between the plans and specifications, the specifications shall govern unless mutually agreed with the owner or owners authorized agent and the builder.
Moulded Depth: 2.12m
DISPLACEMENT AND LOADING
Lightship (approx): TBC tonne
Loaded Displacement (approx): TBC tonne
Typical Load Deadweight (approx): TBC tonne
Principal particulars are subject to slight changes according to the results of stability and trim prognosis regarding the final fit-out arrangement.
The vessel shall be designed and constructed to an equivalence of the NSCV or USCG code for open waterway special purpose vessel.
In all cases where contradiction exists between the plans and specifications, the specifications shall govern unless mutually agreed with the owner or owners authorized agent and the builder
Complete plans and specifications shall be submitted to owners flag state maritime division if required and authorized Class surveyor shall inspect the vessel during construction at regular intervals.
Vessel to be constructed under cover in secure premises and builder to maintain insurance with marine insurance, with owners listed on policy until handover.
All aluminium is to be of certified marine grade and class approved standard. (Plate 5083 H116 & extrusion 6061 T6) or equivalent. Welding shall to be carried out by suitably certified welders in accordance with the supplied weld schedule. The approved welding schedule shall be used during construction in all cases.
All scantlings are well above the requirements to allow operation at very safe levels in all conditions. Below is a list of main structural plate sizes:
Hull bottom plate: 5 mm plate (TBC)
Hull side plate: 4 mm plate (TBC)
Deckhouse plate: 3 & 4 mm plate
Deck plate: 3 & 4mm plate
All deckhouse structure shall be of marine grade aluminum. All windows shall be toughened safety glass 8mm forward, 6mm side, 6mm aft’ sizes to be maximized. The forward facing windows shall be clear within the restraints of the window deflections. Clear "fixed" type of a suitable size for navigation purposes, four side windows (two on each side) shall be slider type with two at helm and two in aft cabin. Slider windows shall be properly framed with approved heavy-duty aluminum framing the remainder to be approved “stick-on type” with ceramic bands and using Sikaflex approved 296 sealant.
Passenger/crew access to the vessel main deck is via a hinged doors on port and stb side aft’ bulwarks. Passenger doors to be wide enough to accommodate passengers with hand luggage and a roller stretcher.
Crew boarding access to foredeck via steps at forward end of cabin. Refer to general arrangement plan for proposed accommodation space layout arrangement.
Hatches by Freeman Marine ( or equivalent).
Freeman deck hatches to be provided of watertight standard to all compartments and decks. Alternative access to the underdeck is via 2 x soft patch hatches. Access to the mid-voids shall be via flush deck hatches. The foredeck compartment hatches shall be Freeman hatches.
Ground gear: 2 x 20 kg approved plough anchors plus 1 x 10 metres of 8mm short link chain with 125metres x 16mm poly rope. All ground gear shall be in accordance with requirements.
2 x 300mm diameter inflatable fenders with 10mm rope lanyards.
The vessel is to be fitted with a complete set of navigation lights in accordance with the requirements of the international preventing of collision at sea regulations. ‘Lalizas’ seven (7) lights included.
HELM & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
HELM & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SHALL INCLUDE
1 x JMA-3334 Radar NON-SOLAS CAT3
Engine: 2 of 300hp Yamaha outboard engines with gauges and controls
Propulsion: 2 x outboard engines
Light Speed (approx): 32 knots TBC
Loaded cruise speed (approx): 25 knots @ 85%
Loiter speed (approx): 4 knots
Fuel tanks: Two (2) of 400 L fabricated fuel tanks to be installed on the main deck in double insulated compartments. The tanks shall be fully welded marine grade aluminum with aluminum fittings. (Filler pipe, inspection manhole ports, vents, etc.) Fuel filter to be supplied and installed for each engine. Fuel lines shall be stainless steel.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
Fresh water tanks: One (1) of 100-ltr separate gravity feed fresh water tank shall be installed above deckhouse roof, centered near toilet area . This will feed toilet and hand basin.
Two (2) of 12volt 80 Ah lead acid batteries are to be supplied with bridging bank for mains starting.
One (1) of 12volt 80 Ah lead acid battery to be supplied on deck for emergency radio battery.
The batteries are to be secured in fiberglass, acid proof boxes.
All boxes are to be properly vented.
All battery leads shall be 20 rubber insulated approved cable with disconnect switches. The start lead cables shall be run as direct as possible.
DC system to be designed by approved electrical engineers and installed by certified electrical contractor in accordance with approved plans. All materials shall be of good quality, suitable for marine use. All cables shall be in accordance with the requirements or type class approved, and to be sheathed and fixed with formed clips and screws, cable ties and trays as required. All cables must comply with 75 degree Celsius or better temperature rating. (Lloyds approved)
The system supplied and extent of wiring shall be as listed below:
To supply navigation lights, wiring to main engines.
Supply electrical schematics stamped and approved. Wire DC equipment.
Supply DC switchboard with circuit breakers on installed equipment
Builder to supply and fit electronics.
Supply bilge alarms and float switches. Supply engine start batteries, radio battery and radio battery charger, supply and fit 12-v horn.
Supply and wire all cables necessary to make the vessel operational all above equipment.
The main isolating switch shall be of double pole-linked type. Switches and circuit breakers shall be compatible with their envisaged circuit loading. Suitable cathodic hull protection devices shall be used as required.
LIFE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Two (2) x lifebuoys, one with salt water activated light and one with 30 metres of 8mm line, fitted with retro-reflective tape, and with the vessel's name and port clearly marked.
10 (ten) x SOLAS approved life jackets with whistles and lights
2 x electric flashlights.
1 x first aid kit.
1 x clock
1 x code flags.
1 x fire blanket
1 x hand held air compressed horn Day signal shapes as per code.
Portable 4.5kg x 2 dry chemical fire extinguishers in all spaces as required meeting code.
Survey / Class: NSCV 2C ( Australian)
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