Med Marine has Delivered a RAmparts 2500W to Arpas Pilotage and Towage


By MarEx 2018-02-16 01:34:00

Med Marine has delivered its RAmparts 2500W (project name “EREGLI 52”) tugboat to Arpas Pilotage and Towage. An identical sister, Med Yarımca had been delivered to Med Marine’s national fleet last November.

EREGLI 52 is a RAmparts 2500W series model designed by Robert Allan Ltd. The high quality vessel is an ASD type tugboat. She has the length of 25,3m, the beam of 12,00m and the depth of 4,6m.

Two CAT 3516C diesel engines develop a total output of 4200 kW (5,632 bhp) with a free sailing speed of 12.0 knots and bollard pull of 73 tons.

Two Caterpillar C4.4 ship service gensets provide total 172 ekw electrical power for vessel services, including the deck machinery. EREGLI 52 drives two Schottel SRP1515 azimuthing thrusters with controllable pitch propellers of 2,600 mm diameter.

The fire-fighting (FiFi) pump for the tug’s FiFi 1 system is located centrally in the engine room. Diesel-driven pump can deliver 2,600 m3/h to two electrically-controlled monitors, which can deliver 1,200 m3/h each.

SEC Groningen supplied electric frequency controlled anchor & towing winch for chain 20,5mm U2 with one chain and electric frequency controlled aft towing winch with one towing drum.

The RAmparts 2500W’s MLC-compliant high-quality and great-comfort accommodation is climate-controlled and includes a captain’s cabin, an officer cabin and two double crew cabins.

The vessel’s general notations are as follows: RINA C ✠ TUG ✠ AUT-UMS; Unrestricted Navigation; Fire-Fighting Ship 1; Water Spraying; Mlc Design; Greenstar3.

Construction of two more RAmparts 2500W tugboats has recently commenced.The company continues the construction of six tugboats of RAmparts 2300-MM that are nearing completion, an exclusive Robert Allan Design for Med Marine, as well as two Camarc design pilot and nine mooring boat projects.

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