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Two RAmparts 2500CL ASD Harbour Assist Tugs with 50T BP available for delivery from October and November 2018 respectively ex yard. The vessel has been designed to Lloyds Class requirements with the following notation: LR +100A1 TUG, LMC, UMS, IWS The rule length has been kept less than the 24 m loadline and tonnage convention limits while optimizing for maximum hull volume, resulting in improved accommodation spaces and crew comfort.
2 units available for delivery from October and November 2018 respectively ex yard
|Vessel condition:||2 units available for delivery from October and November 2018|
|Length over all:||25.40m|
Tank Capacities at 98% are:
Fuel oil: 91 m³
Potable water: 11 m³
Optional foam: 5 m³
Optional dispersant: 5 m³
The hull and skeg of the RAmparts 2500-CL have evolved to provide improved manoeuvring and side stepping capabilities. As with all RAmparts series vessels, the hull has been optimized for maximum thrust and bollard pull, while maintaining excellent maneuvering and sea-keeping. A half-raised forecastle deck helps to keep the working deck safe and dry, while a gently rounded deck line in plan to ensure that the tug can safely and easily come alongside and remove itself from an attended ship at speed. Most importantly, the characteristic double chined stern unique to all Robert Allan Ltd. designs ensures that the tug can run astern at high speeds and maintain good control and directional stability.
The tug can be adapted to a suit a wide variety of owner requirements including:
Propulsion package to achieve 50 tonne bollard pull
Split drum forward winch
Optional aft winch
Optional Fi-Fi 1 systems (Fi-Fi 1/2 is standard)
MLC compliant accommodation layout
Particulars of the RAmparts 2500-CL are as follows:
Length overall: 25.40m
Beam, moulded: 11.80m
Depth, least moulded: 4.60m
Maximum draft (overall): 4.63 - 5.10m
The rule length has been kept less than the 24 m loadline and tonnage convention limits while optimizing for maximum hull volume, resulting in improved accommodation spaces and crew comfort.
The vessel has been designed to LR Class requirements with the following notation:
LR + 100A1 TUG, + LMC, + UMS, IWS
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