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RV11753 - Research Vessel
Listing Number: RV11753
Last Updated: Tue, Feb 08, 2022
Available For: Sale
Flag: U.S.
Built: 1995
Rebuilt: 1999
Builder: SWATH Ocean Systems; San Diego, CA
Gross Price: Call for Pricing
Inspection: U.S. West Coast
Delivery: October 2022
Photo Not Available.
Dimensions
LOA:  117 ft.     Length (Reg): 110 ft.
Beam:  53 ft.
Depth:  24 ft.
Draft:   13 ft.loaded
Dwt:  Lt. Disp: 
G / NRT:  498 / 229
Classification
ABS Ocean Loadline exp. 30 Jul 2025. USCG COI exp. 08 Apr 2026
Capacities
Deck Cargo:   
Clear Deck:   
Deck Strength:  
Hold Cap   
No. Holds: 
Hatch Sizes:   
No. Hatches: 
FO: 22,000g LO: 700g 
FW: 2,400g BW: 20,077g
DW:  Dry Bulk: 
Liq Mud:  Brine/CaCl: 
Deck Machinery
Windlass:   
Anchors:   
Chain/Wire:   / 
Crane:  1 - HIAB; 1 - Allied (for ROV) 
Derrick:  1 - 13,000lbs A-Frame 
Winch:  CTD Winch System Dynacon 12030 
Linepull:     Wire: 
Stern roller:   
Navigation / Communications
Gyro:  A/P:  Radar:  DF:   
SSB:    VHF:  Satcom:    GMDSS: 
GPS:  Navtex:    Fathometer: Y
Steering: 
Dynamic Positioning: Y
Accommodations
Quarters:  26 in 14 staterooms 
Passengers:   
Air Cond:  Y     Galley: Y
Walk-in Cooler/Freezer: 
Propulsion
Engines:  5 x CAT
Model:
 
Remarks:
Endurance 2,500nm; Diesel Electric; Bowthrusters 2-300HP Omnithruster type
BHP:
2500 
Gears:
 
Shafts:
 
Props:  2 - FP 
Korts:   
Speed:  9-12.5kn 
Consumption:   
Bowthruster:  2     Thrust: 
Bollard Pull:  
Aux. Machinery
Pumps:
 
Generators:
 
Firefighting:   
Aux:  Dirty Oil 700g; Gray Water 300g; Black Water 280g 
Remarks: Aluminum 117-foot small water-plane area twin hull (SWATH) oceanographic research / ROV support vessel. She serves as a stable platform for deploying, operating, and recovering a tethered remotely operated vehicle (ROV not included for sale) to a depth of 4,000 meters, conducting hydro-casts (CTD), and other oceanographic activities with state-of-the-art equipment. General ROV operations are vessel's primary mission. Vessel operations typically consist of three-to-seven-day voyages. Extended voyages of two to three months' duration are possible and are usually undertaken once each year. Extended voyages are made up of several legs which vary in length up to a maximum of 12 days per leg. Vessel has worked offshore California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Mexico. Typical crew is 10 persons with an additional 16 berths for scientists and ROV staff. Vessel is diesel-electric with a common power bus connecting five generators. Any combination of generator operation will provide power for both propulsion and other vessel operations (note: cannot use 190kW gen on the bus with the other four generators). This design arrangement provides a high level of machinery plant redundancy and operational flexibility. Propulsion power is transmitted through two duplicate drive trains, each consisting of a DC electric motor and fixed pitch propeller. Silicon controlled rectifiers (SCRs) are used to convert generated AC power to DC propulsive power. Two electric motor-driven bow thrusters are installed to enhance maneuvering and station-keeping. Generators include Two Caterpillar, Model 3512, 850kW; Two Caterpillar, Model 3408, 350kW; and One Caterpillar, Model 3306B, 195kW. MSD. Water-maker. VSAT system. Nautronix ASK 4001 Dynamic Positioning system. Sonardyne Ranger 2 Ultra Short Baseline tracking system. Motion control. Ribcraft 5.85m rescue boat with outboard. CTD Winch System Dynacon 12030. ROV Umbilical Winch, Dynacon TV3615K/SW3616K consisting of storage drum, traction winch and motion compensated overboard sheave crane. Storage drum is designed to store 5,000 meters of 0.680 inch diameter armored umbilical. 13,000 pound capacity A-Frame over stern with 13' to 14' clearance. Allied crane for ROV over-boarding rated at 23,780lbs with no extension. Vessel is presently located in California and has various work pending for 2022. Vessel is offered for sale exclusively through Marcon with delivery around October 2022. Owners will consider offers basis delivery "as is, where is" 4th Quarter 2022 once vessel is finished with planned work. Further details and inspection arrangements available upon request.
Details believed to be correct, but without guarantee. Offered subject to availability.