Description: Sea Trident is currently moored in the river medina at Cowes, Isle of Wight and is currently classified as floating accommodation but is full functionality with all her systems/ engines /generators in running condition as she was used to train marine engineers and deck officers as a training establishment.
Built by Martin Jensen – Leer in Germany in 1974. The ship went through a major refit in 1984. There is a total of 24 on the ship that can sleep 40 persons in double or single cabins. Some have their own or shared heads. All in excellent condition and being used currently for trainee accommodation. The Galley and mess areas also in excellent condition and kept to a high hygiene standard and in use. The bridge is fully equipped and in good order.
The ship has two moon pools that are accessed in the engine space, which were formally used during survey opoerations.
The ship will come with a host of equipment and spare parts that can be seen in the photographs that were taken in March 2019. The only equipment that will be removed will be the owners training equipment that is on board. This will be shown to buyers at the inspection stage but will make on difference to the functionality of the ship.
The majority of the fire-fighting and some other safety is currently in date. As is the deck crane.
The lifeboat shown in the pictures will be removed and replaced with the ships original GRP boat.
The ship is currently registered on the UK Part One Registry by the owners and was formerly under the Panama flag. The classification from Det Norske Veritas has now lapsed.
The ship has a large bridge library of ships information and drawings. There is also a comprehensive engineers library of manuals and drawings etc in the engineers office located in the engine space.
Uses could include survey, patrol, training or possible floating accommodation or private super yacht conversion
Main Engine - Alpha 10v23l-vo - 1550 BHP (1140kw)
Gen Set No1 - 350kva
Gen Set No2 - 350kva
Gen Set No3 - 350kva
Gen Set No4 - 350kav
Emergency fire pump
Air conditioning (all intact but will need testing as not used currently)
Black water treatment plant
De-salinization unit (currently mothballed as not in use)
Hydraulic power pack for ancillary equipment.
Co2 Engine room suppression system (currently in certification)
Large quantity of engine/machinery and electrical spares. Also much more.
Fully equipped galley to a modern hygiene standard.
Full domestic linen on board.
There is to much to list with this ship so early inspection is recommended.