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       ANZAC 2407      

Length Overall




Clear Deck Area




23.80 m

6.80 m

1.35 m @ 50% load

30 passengers + 4 crew

92 m2

27 knots @ 100% MCR

22 knots @ 85% MCR

600 nautical miles (with 10% reserve)

VESSEL APPLICATIONS: Transportation of passengers to and from ferry terminals or jetties in coastal and territorial waters, etc.

  • Reverse chines for sea keeping excellence

  • Tumblehome design superstructure ensures ease and protection when berthing

  • All fuel oil tanks independent of hull providing double bottom security



Design: Australian Marine Technology

Builder: MOC Shipyards Pvt Ltd

Construction: Aluminium

Classification: +1AI, Crew Cargo B Coastal

Accommodation: 30 passengers + 8 crew

Length over all: 23.80 m

Length at waterline: 22.80 m

Beam: 6.80 m

Draft: 1.35 m @ 50% load


Maximum Speed: 27 knots @ 100% MCR

Cruising Speed: 22 knots @ 85% MCR

Economic Speed: 10 knots @ 40% MCR

Fuel Consumption: 11 litres/hour at anchorage; 65 litres/hour at economic speed; 365 litres/hour at cruising speed 

Range: 600 nautical miles (with 10% reserve)



Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar C32 –1,450 HP @ 2,100 rpm
Auxiliary Engines: 2 x 45 kVA Caterpillar, 440 volt 3 phase

Cooling System: Seawater cooling

Exhausts: Wet, through vessel sides c/w spark arrestors
Soundings: Digital electronics with manual site glass
Batteries: 4 banks for main engines and generators, starting with one emergency bank above weather deck. Rotary colhersee switch to all
Compressor: General unit 12 cfm for servicing equipment

Tools: Frontline tools, equipment and testing tools for preventative maintenance and on-board breakdowns


Deadweight: 56.0 tonnes
Deck Strength: 1.5 tons/m2
Clear Deck Area: 92 m2

Fuel for vessel: 10,000 litres
Potable Water: 4,000 litres
Sewage: 1,000 litres


Air Conditioning: Split system with cooling providing redundancy throughout the vessel at 900 cfm per m3
Main Deck: High back seating for 30 passengers
Bridge: Double helm seating provision
Lower deck: 1 x 1 man cabin with ensuite, 1 x 2 men cabin, 1 x 4 men cabin, 2 x fresh water fountain, 1 x refrigerator, TV video with LCD screens, 2 x WC, Storage, galley, mess for 8 persons

Galley: microwave, refrigerator, freezer, 1000 litres dry storage room, fresh water 20 L fountain, coffee pod machine
TV-Stereo-DVD-VHS-CD: 2 sets


Fendering: Half round rubbing strake and aircraft tyres

Gangway: Portable aluminium 3.6 m

Handling: Boat Hooks, Grapple with Lanyard

Deck Equipment (optional): 1 off hydraulic folding crane 1 Tonne SWL @ 15 m with winch

Mooring: Double Bit Bollards – 6 sets

Stern Loading: Flush push up

Plating: 5.0 mm deck

Access to water: Transom and side rescue zones

Passenger Transfer: Transom - 650 mm from waterline. Sides - 1,700 mm from waterline

Anchor: 1 x 100 kg bow

Anchor Winches: 1 x Electric 4 ton

Anchor Chain: 1 x 110 m

Bilge System: Mechanical pump with electric back-up connected to manifold system. Electric automatic pump in all spaces. Central bilge alarm panel to helm station. Manual back-up pump and bucket to meet survey

Navigation Lights: Port, Starboard, Masthead, Stern & Anchor, 1 x towing, 1 all-round white and 2 all-round red
Floodlights: 2 x forward and 2 x aft
Search Lights: 1 set
Deck Lights: 6 units recessed

Navigation Lights: Class approved
Torches: 2x Signaling


Radar, SounderPlotter: Multifunction display

Auto Pilot: Yes
GPS and DGPS: Yes
HF / SSB Radio: To survey requirement
VHF Radio: Yes to survey requirement
Compass: Yes to survey requirement
Barometer and Clock: One each at main helm station

AIS: Yes
Search Light: 2 x Sanshin HR-1012
Intercom: GME to machinery space, accommodation area, mess area and helm
Public Address: Raymarine 430 with 2 speakers in wheelhouse roof
Charts: All current charts for operational areas, hard copies and electronic
General Alarm: Yes to survey requirement


Fire Hoses and Nozzles: 2 sets with spray nozzle
Fire Hydrants: 2 stations

Fire Extinguishers: 12sets
Fire Protection: Fire suit –1 set
Fire Control Plan / Muster List: Class approved
General Emergency Alarm: Yes
Life Rafts: 2 x 35 men
Man Over Board Rings: 8 off, 2 with lights
Solas Life Jackets: 40 Solas with 10% child sized
Parachute Rocket Flares: 4 as per survey requirements
Hand Held Flares: 8 as per survey requirements
First Aid Kits: 1 x type E, 1 x Sutures kit 
Fixed Fire Fighting System: Fitted in machinery spaces 
Emergency Escape: Machinery spaces and accommodation areas
Fuel Shut Off: Remote operated

Breathing Apparatus: 1 unit as per class rules

Stability Booklet: 2 sets approved by Classification Society
Operations Manual & Procedures: As approved by Classification Society
Vessel Log Book: To ISO/ISM requirements


All vessels are constructed to IACS Classification under the applicable rules of the flag state of destination

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