16m Aluminium - Patrol Vessel
*THIS VESSEL HAS BEEN SOLD BY US*
This Patrol Vessel has operated fishery protection duties since built under MCA Cat.2 (60 miles from safe haven) and is equipped primarily to meet such operational needs. The craft, however, has the adaptability to perform other duties as a survey/standby vessel or indeed a service vessel. The functionality of this craft is evident by the careful choice of installed equipment including the in-built RIB ramp, available stern gantry (not currently fitted) and significant deck area. Internally there is ample accommodation for liveaboard crew and easy access to the engine room for maintenance. This vessel has been well maintained. Next MCA Coding survey - 2016.
Furuno Radar x 2
Furuno FAP-330 Autopilot
ICOM IC-M421 VHF (DSC) + ICOM backup
Furuno FCV-582L Colour Sounder
Furuno GP-33 GPS
Additional Furuno GPS at Navigation table
KVH Quadro Gyro Compass
Nikkai CCTV (engine room monitoring)
Clock and Barometer
24 Volt engine starting systems and auxiliaries
Westbeke 220v Generator with ring main (internal and external)
Victron Shore Power and battery charging monitoring function
Distribution panels (in Engine Room and Workshop)
Auxiliaries controlled from the Bridge
Two CATERPILLAR 3406C diesels, each developing 581bhp, driving through ZF IRM 350A.1 reduction gearboxes (1.58:1) with a trolling valve facility (bridge controlled). The installation is flexibly mounted with water fed couplings, stainless steel tail shafts and 4- bladed fixed propellers.
ENGINE HISTORY: approx. 10,000 hrs in total with 4100 hrs since a full re-build (2008) by CAT agents. Engines are removable via deck access plates. Service scheduling is based on hours run (1900hrs) for general oil and filter changes. Logged records available.
SERVICING: after every 19,000 litres or six months
FUEL: 5,000 litres in two integral tanks plus a 500 litres stern tank with two-way pumping facility.
CONSUMPTION: Approx. 100 litres per hour at cruise (1,800rpm - 16-18 knots)
WATER: 500 litres
PERFORMANCE (reported): Maximum full load - 22 knots
BOW THRUSTER: Hydromarine Mannesmann Pexroth Hydraulic - joy stick controlled at the helm.
HULL CONSTR. DETAIL: Hull thickness-10mm Topsides-5mm
CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS: Generally to Lloyds' but not certificated.
Full LSA to meet MCA Cat.2
MOB Davit fitted starboard side
6 Man Life Raft (Hired)
Fire safety systems are installed to the engine room and accommodation areas
CCTV monitoring of engine room
From forward: BUNK CABIN with four (4 No.) 'tiered' bunks P&S with storage under the lowers. Two hanging lockers forward against the anchor locker bulkhead. The emergency escape hatch is central with access to deck level. Two electrically operated heaters are fitted in this cabin. Central access to:
MESS ROOM with 'L shaped seating area to port with dining table opposite the GALLEY to starboard with Baby Belling cooker (2 hot plates & oven), Refridgerator, Microwave and stainless steel sink with H&C pressurised supply. Storage lockers above and below. HEADS compartment aft of the galley with Jabsco manual pump toilet, stainless steel sink with H&C shower/tap combined. Proceeding aft on the starboard side of the companionway, is the watertight door access to the WORKSHOP & ENGINE ROOM. Checkerplate and non-skid walkways provide easy access to the engine installation and auxiliaries with evidence of good operational practices. A further compartment aft provides access to the steering compartment.
WHEELHOUSE/BRIDGE with port side helm and three suspension crew seats across the forward part. Most electronic installations are laid out across the console in front of the four forward raked wheelhouse windows. Further seating is provided aft of the helm station for a navigator (P) with a dedicated nav station to port and two crew seats at a monitoring table to starboard. Stowage areas are provided within this environment. Door to: DECK AREA with central RIB ramp (a facility exists to cover the ramp area with a detatchable deck plate suitably reinforced for load carrying.). A central hydraulic winch is used to launch and recover the RIB installation, operated from a control on the port side. Access is provided on either side of the ramp and also forward, down either side of the wheelhouse to the fore deck area. A stern mounted gantry is available (currently not fitted) to work in conjunction with the after deck winch. There are access ladders port and starboard aft for boarding. The foredeck windlass is electrically operated with hawse to anchor locker below. HEATING: Demist system to wheelhouse screen, boiler for hot water and electric individual heaters in the cabin environment. WATER SYSTEM: Pressurised system.
Foredeck Windlass with' wander' lead control
Anchor and Chain
Hydraulic Deck Winch (for RIB deployment and recovery plus Gantry when fitted)
RIB Ramp Cover Plate (approx. 700kg load capacity)
Gantry Arrangement (demountable)
Heavy duty fendering system
General Deck Gear and Equipment
Avon Searider 5.1m RIB (2006) + 60hp Mariner Outboard
The 'Ken Green' was specifically designed for her current duties as a Fishery Protection vessel and, from the information provided, she has served well for the past 14+ years operating in the English Channel and surrounding waters. The craft remains in service and is being maintained to continue her role, until a replacement vessel replaces her in 2015. She will be an economic proposition for other similar duties, such as survey/dive support/attendance vessel and similar roles.'
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|Length:||16.2 m/53 ft|
|Width:||4.94 m/16 ft|
|Draft:||1.2 m/4 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:caterpillar 3406 c|
|No. of engines:||2|
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