TUG BOAT “SOCAR-1″

Build year: 2012
Principal Dimensions

Length

30.00 m

Beam MLD

10.50 m

Deadweight

214 t

Crew

9 person

General
Yard Number
H102
Owner
ASCO
Delivery Date
2012
Equipment
Main Engines
2 x 1471 kW
Towing capacity KN (t)
500 (50)
Generators
3x86 kVt, 380 V, 50 Hz
Accommodation
Crew
9 person
Total capacity
9 person
Dimension
Length O.A
30.00 m
Beam MLD
10.50 m
Depth MLD
4.90 m
Draught
3.80 m
Vessel speed
12 knot
Hydraulic Towing Winch
  1.  Drum capacity – 600m x dia.44mm SWR @ 12 layers
  2.  Rated Pull (1st layer) – 6T x 0~20 m/min (Low speed) 2.5T x 0~50 m/min (High speed)
  3. Brake Holding – 120T (static, 1st layer)
Hydraulic Anchor Windlass/Towing Winch
  1. Drum capacity – 200m x 100mm dia.44mm (P.P. Rope)@ 6 layer
  2. Rated Pull (1st layer) – 5T x 0~25 m/min (1st speed) 2.5T x 0~50 m/min (2nd speed)
  3. Brake Holding – 120T (static, 1st layer)

Socar-1 designed and built as steel hull, twin screw tug boat equipped with two diesel propulsion engines totally 400 PS and two 360 degree steerable propellers with nozzles and engaged in berthing and unbrething for a ship in the harbor and towage in coastal waters.  Now the vessel is under balance of “Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping” JSV and makes towing works for big vessels, barges in Caspian Sea. Vessel capable of performing towage, assistance, berthing of large containerships, bulk carriers, VLCC’s in the ports with capability for fire-fighting and oil pollution control.

50T BOLLARD PULL ASD TUG

Owner: State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic Builder: Baku Shipyard LLC Designer: Marine Technology Development PTE Ltd.   Vessel capable of performing towage, assistance, berthing of large container ships, bulk carriers, VLCC’s in the ports with capability for fire-fighting and oil pollution control.

Classification Notation

By design: KM* Tug By Fact: KM* R2 (Fire fighting capability)   The vessel is constructed in round bilge form with bilge keels. The hull is divided into six(6) watertight compartments. They are as follow:

  1. Aft Peak/Water Ballast Tank
  2. Propeller Room
  3. Engine Room
  4. Chain Locker/Fuel Oil Tanks/Lube Oil Tank
  5. Void Space
  6. Fore Peak/Water Ballast Tank

The vessel is single bottom construction except partial double bottom construction in way of double bottom tank.  

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