Fisheries Research / Diving / Hydrographic Survey Vessel. LOA 29.65m
Drydocking July 2023
Dimensions: Loa: 29.65 M, | W: 7.00 M, | Draft 3.30 M to 3.90 M |
Tonnage: 185 GT - 55 NT
Cargo capacity: 10 cbm Cargo hold
Machinery: Engine Room: 800 HP LISTER BLACKSTON low speed main engine 4- Blade Controllable Pitch Propeller. Cruising speed: 10 knots.
- 1 x Deutz 200 Amp. auxiliary engine + hydraulic pump 130 1. /min. 240 bar
Auxiliary Engine - 1 x Back-Up hydraulic station 70 I./min. 200 bar - 1 x Back-Up hydraulic pump
Bow Thruster And Controllable Pitch Propeller
Deck Equipment: GPS Positioned Detailed Bottom Survey Facility
2 X 10 Meter Extendable Side Booms
5 X Independent Remotely Operated Towing Winches for Sonar Arrays.
Central Independent Facility for Side Scan Sonar Towing and Recovery Winch.
1 X 8 Ton 14 Metre Reach Crane for Equipment Deployment and Recovery.
Large Open Low Freeboard Aft Work Deck.
Special Diver’s Ladder.
Fully Equipped main Deck Work Shop.
Remote Controls to 5 Sonar Winches.
4 Point Mooring System.
Diesel 40 ton
Fresh Water 30 ton
Accommodation: Airconditioned Surveyors Room with 6 Spacious Work Stations Clear Vision to Aft Deck and Stern Overboard.
Commercial Grade Catering Facility.
Male And Female Shower/ Toilet Facilities.
Accommodation for 12 Persons and Crew.
Description: Currently under the British fag and formally working under UK class 9 and certified for 12 passengers and crew. Built in 1967 by the Ramsey Ship Building Company, UK. Formally used by the Irish government as a research vessel. Cruising speed 9 knots and has a range of 7000 nm. Extremely stable in bad weather conditions. Currently the Princess Madog is set up for a variety of tasks and has ROV capabilities. Drydocked in July 2023 and full hull survey, shaft survey, hull blast and paint, anodes and all other steel works needed completed.