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Length Overall



Deck load

Clear deck area




20.00 m

6.50 m

2.20 m (fully loaded)

60 tonnes

85 m2

10 knots @ 100% MCR

8 knots @ 65 MCR

500 nautical miles (with 10% reserve)

Vessel Applications: Cargo supply services, Dive and ROV support, Survey and Seismic operations,  Evacuations  and  Medevac  response, Standby  operations, Oil-spill  response, Inshore  services, including  crew  transfer,  medevac,  cargo  supply  to  inner  and  outer anchorages, relocation of buoyage marks, navigation aid repairs and maintenance etc.
  •  Beach landing capabilities with aft anchor and winch for shore assist beaching.

  • Propellers and rudder aligned with keel in tunnels for limiting grounding damage.

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


Design: Australian Marine Technology P/L

Builder: MOC Shipyards Pvt Ltd

Classification: BV, Cargo passenger vessel

Flag: TBA

Passenger & crew: 12 + 5 crew

Construction: Steel hull and aluminium superstructure; optional - all aluminium construction

Length: 20.00 m

Length at waterline: 18.80 m

Beam: 6.50 m

Draft: 2.20 m fully loaded, 1.10 m lightship



Main Engines: 2 x 207 kW, Yanmar

Auxiliary Engines: 1 x 25 kVA, Yanmar, optional: 2 x 25 kVA  and 12 kVA air-cooled unit to connect to shore power inlet (in case vessel sits dry in low tide applications)

Cooling System: Keel cooling

Exhausts: Dry

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


Maximum Speed: 10 knots @ 100% MCR

Economic Speed: 8 knots @ 65% MCR

Fuel Consumption:

  •   8 litres/hour at anchorage

  •   70 litres/hour at economic speed

  •  110 litres/hour at maximum speed

Range: 500 nautical miles (with 10% reserve)



Solar: Roof mounted to run emergency batteries via inverter

Deck Electrical Outlets: To run reefer containers

Dive Compressor: Provision to fit on aft deck

Desalination Plant: Sized as required

Spares: For preventative maintenance and on-board breakdowns

Fuel purifier: optional


Deadweight: 80 tonnes max

Deck Load: 60 tonnes

Deck Strength: 2.0 tons/m2 (18T axle loading)

Clear Deck Area: 85 m2

Deck hatches (optional): off flush deck soft patches with recessed stainless self- draining mountings to allow access to under deck compartments for equipment stowage. Hatches removable with deck crane and quick release mechanisms under deck


TANK CAPACITIES (all tanks are independent and not part of the hull structure so vessel is double bottom)

Fuel for vessel: 4,000 litres

Cargo Tanks (optional): 12,000 - 20,000 litres contained within independent removable aluminium tanks ensuring maximum environmental protection (Classification Society Approved)

Potable Water: 2,000  litres

Sewage (optional): 500 litres sewage treatment plant


ELECTRONICS (available Furuno / Simrad to client specifications)

Radar: 24 NM
Sounder: 1 unit

Auto Pilot: optional
Plotter: 1 unit

GPS: 1 unit
UHF Radiooptional
VHF Radio: 1 unit
Compass: Furuno SC50
Barometer and Clock: One each at main helm station

AIS: Simrad MX 535 A
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
Navigation Lights: Yes
Air Horn: Yes
EPIRB: 1 x 406
TV-Stereo-DVD-VHS-CD: 2 sets
Fog Horn: Distress signaling type


Air Conditioning: Split system with heating and cooling providing redundancy throughout the vessel

Cabins (other layouts available): 1 x 1 man with ensuite, 1 x 4 men with ensuite, all with lockable drawers, reading lights, privacy curtains, vertical lockers, power outlets, ladders to upper bunks

Wheel House: Seating for 8 passengers, helm seat, freshwater fountain, coffee machine, refrigerator

Galley: Lower deck with seating for 6 persons, 1 x 4 elements electric stove and oven

Freezer: Size to suit

Bathrooms and Showers: 2 x ensuites on lower deck



Fendering: Half round rubbing strake and Aircraft tyres

Gangway (optional): Portable aluminium gangway

Handling: Boat Hooks, Grapple with Lanyard

Deck Equipment: Recessed tie downs SWL 500 kg

Mooring: Double Bit Bollards – 8 sets

Plating: 10.0 mm deck

Access to water – rescue zone – wharf boarding: 1,350 mm from waterline with gunnel doors either side of vessel main deck

Loading ramp: Electric winch operated 3m clear width – chain gypsys

Anchor: 1 x 100 kg bow and 1 x 100 kg transom

Anchor Winches: 1 x electric 4 tonnes and and 1 x electric 4 ton aft

Anchor Chain: 1 x 80 m and 1 x 80 m aft

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

Painting: International Akzo Nobel 2 pack epoxy paint system top hull and superstructure to client’s colour scheme. Paint system as per paint manufacturers approved system and class certified



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: 2 sets

Deck Lights: 6 units recessed



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

Fire Control Plan / Muster List: Yes
General Emergency Alarm: Yes
Emergency Lighting: Yes
Life Rafts: 1 x 20 men
Man Over Board Rings: 6 off, 2 with lights, all with lanyards
Solas Life Jackets: 20 Solas
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 
General Emergency Alarm: Yes
Torches: 2 x Signaling
Fixed Fire Fighting System: Fitted in machinery spaces CO2
Emergency Escape: Machinery spaces and accommodation areas
Fuel Shut Off: Remote operated

Fog Horn: Distress signaling type


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

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