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LNG Bunker Supply Vessel

LNG Bunker Supply Vessel 3,000m3 to 13,000m3 +

Specification

  • • Requirements to deliver up to 6,000m3 LNG 300km up the Danube River
  • • Maximum permitted draught 4.5m
  • • Low wash so as not to damage river banks
  • • Good forward visibility
  • • Service speed of 13 knots

There are now several derivatives of this design in the range of 3,000m3 up to 14,500m3, all using the same basic hull shape, but scaled to suit the size of cargo containment.

Solution

  • • High block coefficient 0.822
  • • Propulsion power required 2,000 kW
  • • 2 x SCHOTTEL SCD 3000 TP @ 1,600 kW
  • • 1 x SCHOTTEL SPJ 132 @ 600 kW

Marine Transportation Vessel

Marine Transportation of CNG 40MMscf to 250MMscf

Specification

  • • CNG Transportation from Columbia to San Andreas
  • • Highly manoeuvrable vessel able to operate @ 4.25m max draught to enable access through coral reef in 5m channel, with 900 course alteration at about halfway point
  • • San Andreas is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the coral has not to be damaged
  • • Service speed of 14.5 knots

Solution

  • • 2 x SCHOTTEL STP 1,212 @ 1,400 kW
  • • 1 x SCHOTTEL SPJ 132 @ 600 kW

Semi SubmersibleBarge Transporter

Semi Submersible Barge Transporter (SSBT)

Specification

  • • Semi Submersible Barge Transporter (SSBT), capable of carrying barges up to 9,000t in weight – (over 750 full loaded TEU)
  • • This vessel is specially designed for the Port of Venice, but the concept is equally applicable worldwide
  • • Powering for 13 knots - 3 MW

Solution

  • • Transit draught 4.5m
  • • Loading draught 7.0m
  • • 2 x SCHOTTEL SCD 3,000 TP @ 1,600 kW
  • • 1 x SCHOTTEL SPJ 220 @ 850 kW

Specialist Vessels - Cable Layer

Specialist Vessels - Cable Layer

Miscellaneous

  • • Fibre option cable layers
  • • Newbuild and conversions
  • • Heavy Lift Crane Vessel (2,500 tonnes)
  • • Port and Shipping Consultancy Designs

Nautilus Ships

  • • Bulk Carriers
  • • Tankers
  • • 10,000dwt to 75,000 dwt

Module Carrying Vessel

Module Carrying Vessel

Specification

  • • Able to carry modules of up to 1,800 tonnes at a draught not exceeding 3.2m through the Russian Canal System
  • • Baltic Ice Class 1B
  • • Highly manoeuvrable

Solution

  • • High block coefficient 0.89
  • • Powering for service speed of 12 knots – 1.6 MW
  • • 2 x SCHOTTEL SRP 1012 @ 1,000 kW
  • • 2 x SCHOTTEL SPJ 132 @ 600 kW
  • • Control – SCHOTTEL Masterstick 2

Supply Vessels

Supply Vessels - (SWIMSS)

Specification

  • • Shallow draught capable of carrying 500t cargo @ 2.5m draught and over 2,500 tonnes @ 4.0m with 50t bollard pull and ability to break ice up to 600mm thick

MV Tulpar

  • • Delivered September 2002 from Ulsteinwerft, Norway
  • • Arrived in Caspian Sea - final sea trials November 2002
  • • Successful ice trials with ice thickness up to 600mm in water (depths of circa 4.0m)
  • • Vessel draught 2.9m

The vessel has met with and exceeded all specification requirements and has proved to be highly reliable with only minor downtime; less than 5 days in almost 15 years of operation for thruster seal replacements due to silt and fishing lines.