Tug Caño Cristales Sailed to Her New Home


By The Maritime Executive 04-02-2019 06:08:57

Having signed a sales contract for 32m ASD tug with Coltugs, Med Marine said farewell to the state-of-the-art vessel from its Ere?li Shipyard and sent her off to her new home, Colombia, on 24th of March.

Named as Caño Cristales, the vessel is a Ramparts 3200 class tugboat designed by Robert Allan Ltd and she has the following particulars:

LENGTH O.A.                  32,00 m

BEAM O.A.                      11,60 m

DEPTH (MOULDED)       5,36 m

DRAUGHT (LOADED)     4,19 m (Above Baseline)

GROSS TONNAGE          476,2

The vessel utilises two CAT 3516C D Rating diesel engines that develop a total output of 4200 kW (5,632 bhp) with a free sailing speed of 12.0 knots and bollard pull over 75 tons.

Two Caterpillar CAT C9 gensets and one CAT C4.4 harbour generator provide total 436 kW electrical powers for vessel services, including the deck machinery.

She drives two Schottel SRP1515 azimuthing thrusters with controllable pitch propellers of 2,600 mm diameter.

The fire-fighting (FiFi) pumps are driven by main engines. Two pumps can deliver approximately 2600m3/h. THR Marine supplied electric frequency controlled escort winch with integrated anchor windlasses.

The RAmparts 3200’s MLC-compliant high-quality and great-comfort accommodation is climate-controlled and includes a captain’s cabin, an officer cabin and three double crew cabins.

Click the link and experience a 360 virtual tour of the tugboat: https://medmarine.com.tr/tour/er54/index.html

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