This is a new build and can be ready for delivery within 3-4 months signing.
The Unit is a self-propelled, self-elevating unit designed and built for the offshore oil field service at the operation water depth of 5~60m.
The hull of the Unit is rectangular box-type structure. The main dimension of the hull to be 63.6 m in length, 40.0 m in width, and 5.8m in depth.
The Unit has 4 cylindrical legs, each fitted with a square shaped spud can at its lower end. The leg length to be 90m (excluding the spud can).The dimension of each spud can to be 11.7m in side length and 1.5m in height.
Four (4) sets of hydraulic-rack & pinion jacking system are equipped for lifting or lowering the Unit.
The main hull has three deck levels which are the double bottom, lower deck and main deck. The main deck is divided into two parts which are the living quarter and free deck. The free deck area of the Unit is around 1500m2.
The Unit is equipped with two rudder-propeller systems driven by main diesel engine and one bow thruster driven by electrical motor. The Unit is equipped with DP1 system. The Unit is also equipped with one 190t main crane and one 20t auxiliary crane for the offshore services.
The Unit has two (2) sets of electric anchor windlass.
The living quarter of four levels is arranged on the main deck at the fore part of the Unit for the accommodation of 300 persons. The jacking control room and the mast is arranged on the top of the living quarter. The helideck is located at the front of the living quarter with diameter of 22.2m to be suitable for landing Sikorsky S-92.
The Unit is designed in accordance with the rules of ABS and the relevant international rules and regulations. The design principles to be listed as follows:
Unit towing conditions and floating stabilities are in conformity with the requirements of the Class;
Equipped facilities are easy to operate and maintain;
Design unit adopts metric system.
Classification The detail design is approved by ABS. Class Notation: ABS, A1, Self-Elevating Unit, AMS-NP, DPS-1, CRC, CPS
Rules, regulations and conventions
The construction of the Unit to refer to the following existing applicable rules, regulations and conventions:
International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL 73/78), as amended.
MARPOL Annex I (Oil) IV (Sewage) V (Garbage) VI (Air Pollution).
IMO Resolution A.1023 (26) “Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units” (2009)
Guide for Building and Classing Mobile Offshore Unit (2008).
IMO International Load Lines Convention and Protocol for International Load line Convention (1988).
International Tonnage Measurement 1969
Performance Standard for Protective Coating of dedicated seawater ballast tanks (PSPC)
API Spec 2C-2012 Offshore pedestal-mounted cranes 7th edition
Maritime Regulations of the Registered Country/ Flag state
IMO MSC/Circ.884 ANNEX "DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR SAFE OCEAN TOWING".
IMO International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (1972)
Certificates and Technical Documentations
Upon delivery of the Unit, the following certificates and technical documents to be provided:
Offshore Self-Elevating Unit classification certificate
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate
Supplement to the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate,
AIS Survey Checklist
Check Sheet on SOLAS Surveys-SLR/GMDSS
EPIRB Annual Testing Certificate
SSAS Test Report
International Load Line Certificates
Survey of Load Lines
The Tonnage Confirmatory Survey
International Tonnage Certificate (1969)
International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate
Supplement to International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate
International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate
Statement of Compliance for the Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ship
International Anti-Fouling System
Record of Anti-Fouling System
Certificate of test and examination of Cranes or Hoists and their Accessory Gear
Statement of Fact ILO 92
Statement of Fact ILO68
EIAPP Mobile Offshore Unit Safety Certificate
Mob Length overall approx. 85.1 m
Width overall approx. 51.0 m
Length moulded 63.6m
Breadth moulded 40.0 m
Depth moulded 5.8 m
Design draught 3.0 m
The whole length of the leg (include spud can) 91.5 m Centre distance between legs: longitudinal 44.4 m
transverse 33.0 m
Maximum operating water depth 60 m
Design ambient temperature >0 ℃, ≤50℃
Jacking system Hydraulic, rack and pinion
Normal lifting capacity of jacking system 5600 t
Jacking speed for hull 0.6 m/min
Jacking speed for leg 1.2 m/min
Free deck area approx. 1500 m2
Main crane (1set) main hook: 190t @ r = 9.5m (min.) 38t @ r = 40m (max.)
Aux. hook: 10t @ r=13m~43m
Auxiliary crane (1set) main hook: 20t @ r = 5.70m~20m 10t @ r = 30m (max.)
Aux. hook: 3t @ r=7m~33m
Life boat 4 x 150 persons
Main engine 2 x 1760kW @ 1000rpm
Rudder propeller 2 x 1600kW @ 1000rpm
Bow thruster 1 x 80kN @ 600kW abt.
Main Generator set: 5x450 kW 50Hz 3φAC400V
Emergency generator set 1 x 250 kW 50 Hz 3φAC400V
The vessel may be inspected at Shipyard by appointment.
Please feel free to contact us for detailed build specification.
|Vessel type:||Self Elevating Unit|
|Model:||Self Propelled Jack Up Barge|
|Length over all:||85.1m|
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