Turkey’s tugboat operator and shipbuilder Med Marine is expanding its design portfolio with new designs.
The company and Canadian naval architect Robert Allan Ltd. of Vancouver recently signed another design contract for RAmparts 3200-SD (shallow draft) tugboat. The RAmparts series of tugs are widely accepted, well-proven ASD tug designs which have coalesced into a set of relatively standardized configurations, now representing the most versatile, multi-purpose type of tug in use today.
The design has following particulars:
Length, Overall 31,5 m
Beam, Moulded: 12,60 m
Depth, Moulded: 5,40 m
Installed Power: 4.700 kW
Bollard Pull: 75 Tonnes
Speed: 12 knots
Fuel Oil: 150 m3
Fresh Water: 35m3
The vessel’s general notations are as follows:
RINA C ✠ HULL ✠ MACH; TUG; AUT-UMS; FIRE FIGHTING SHIP 1; WATER SPRAYING UNRESTRICTED NAVIGATION; INWATERSURVEY; OIL RECOVERY – FLASH POINT> 60C
Med Marine is a Turkish shipbuilder and operator. Med Marine employs Eregli Shipyard, one of the largest shipyards in Turkey, for building state-of-the-art technology tugboats and Ice Class 1A Stainless Steel (STST) IMO II type chemical/oil tankers either for its national operations or global clients. The company has successfully completed the construction and delivery of over 150 projects including tugboats, chemical/oil tankers, mooring and pilot boats. Med Marine is capable of constructing tugboats up to +100 TBP; and mooring/work/pilot and crew boats between 8m and 20m.