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    #61
    Re: Details of ships and boats

    Time to look at the Living Quarters.
    Typical hallways:


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      #62
      Re: Details of ships and boats

      Typical single cabin:


      Typical double cabin:

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        #63
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        Crew's Messroom:


        Officer's Messroom:

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          #64
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          Galley:


          Steam Cooker in the Galley:


          Dry Provision Store:


          Temperatures in the Freezers and Chillers acceptable:


          Although in need of de-frosting:

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            #65
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            Recreation Room:


            Laundry:


            Hospital:


            Medical Locker in Hospital:

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              #66
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              There is even a Gymnasium with a Ping Pong table:

              How well that work on a ship at sea depends on the weather.

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                #67
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                Time to get to the Engine Room and machinery spaces below deck.
                But first to the Ship's Office:


                And the Ballast Control Room:

                Ballasting and de-ballasting is a very important function to avoid stressing a ship like this while loading and discharging cargo.

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                  #68
                  Re: Details of ships and boats

                  And on to the Engine Control Room:


                  The Alarm Panel which is looking after everything while the Engine Room is un-manned at night:


                  The Computer with the Propulsion Monitoring System may look ancient, but it did function:

                  The newer one beside holds the Planned Maintenance System and soft copies of manuals etc.
                  Last edited by ombugge; November 1st, 2011, 17:08.

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                    #69
                    Re: Details of ships and boats

                    Finally we enter the Engine Room and look down on the Main Engine tops.
                    This is a DU-Zulzer 6RTA72, 16,040 kW @ 93 RPM (21,800 Bhp) but normal operation is at 88.1 RPM = 13,635 kW (18,500 Bhp):


                    Main Engine Manual Controls and Engine Telegraph:

                    (Normally operated from the Bridge, or ECR)

                    Main Engine Turbo Charger:

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                      #70
                      Re: Details of ships and boats

                      The 3 Auxiliary Engines are Daihatsu, 6 Cyl.:


                      Driving Alternators - 610 kWe / 450V/60Hz/3Ph.:


                      Emergency Generator:

                      In a separate compartment at Poop deck.

                      Hand cranked Diese Air Compressor in Emergency Generator Room:

                      Black Start Device.
                      Last edited by ombugge; November 1st, 2011, 17:54.

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                        #71
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                        Steering Gear:


                        Dual Pump Steering Gear power pack:


                        Hydraulic Power Unit for Deck Machinery:
                        Last edited by ombugge; November 1st, 2011, 17:54.

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                          #72
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                          Aux. Boiler/Economizer with Burner for operation in port:

                          Normally using waste heat from the M/Eng. Exhaust.

                          Incinerator to burn sludge:

                          Not allowed used in port.

                          Oily Water Separator:

                          Also not allowed used in port.

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                            #73
                            Re: Details of ships and boats

                            Water Maker. Evaporator type, using waste heat from the M/E Cooling Water system:


                            Sewage Treatment Plant:


                            No. 2 Starting Air Compressor:

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                              #74
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                              Ballast Pump # 2:


                              Valve Actuator Panel for Ballast System:

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                                #75
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                                That will have to do for this vessel. I took a total of 157 pictures for this survey, but that would be a bit boring as much of it was to show condition of individual Ballast Tanks, Cargo Holds and hull externals.

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