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    #91
    Re: Details of ships and boats

    Originally posted by janihudi View Post
    thanks for this report ombugge,
    but i wonder;
    you are checking vessel out for transportarion and insurance,
    making images of that what cabn be use when something happen.
    do you not get any problems for placing them here,i mean not every shipowner wants that the whole world to know what the situation is onboard,speccially when its bad.
    So far I have not had any complains. Maybe CVF isn't so widely read as we think?

    new build vessel owners don't want that complicated or total new machinery is to found on the net taken by someone who was on board, and what whad to be topsecret
    Sophistication??? You mean those in post # 82???

    Jokes aside, I have given that some thought. I try to avoid posting anything that may get me into trouble on the "negative" side. There isn't any "Top Secret" equipment on any vessel I get to visit, or have any dealings with. The one exception was a Submarine, but I was not allowed on board, or to take any pictures from the outside. (I don't think I would have been able to get in through the hatch on that Sub anyhow)
    Last edited by ombugge; December 6th, 2011, 12:39.

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      #92
      Re: Details of ships and boats

      It's been a long time since I posted anything in this thread, but here is a newbuilt AHTS still being fitted out at Batam.
      21,000 Bhp and estimate 250 m.t. Bollard Pull. (Yet to be tested)

      I didn't get a good external shot, but here is an identical sister ship seen at the same yard May last year:

      The main difference is the Offshore crane, which is missing on this one.
      Last edited by ombugge; April 12th, 2012, 16:59.

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        #93
        Re: Details of ships and boats

        The superstructure and winch house:

        I can assure you, it is a long climb from the deck to the bridge.

        A closer look inside the Winch house:

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          #94
          Re: Details of ships and boats

          The winch has a capacity of 500 m.t. pull on all three drums.
          The Main drum can hold 6100 m. of 76 mm. diam. wire:

          Just for scale

          One of two Storage Drums:

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            #95
            Re: Details of ships and boats

            Local control for one of the lower drums:

            Chain lifter for 76 mm. diam. chain attached to the drive shaft.

            One of four hydraulic drive motors:
            Last edited by ombugge; April 12th, 2012, 17:06.

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              #96
              Re: Details of ships and boats

              One of two Tuggers:

              25 m.t. pull.

              One of 4 Capstans:

              15 m.t. pull

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                #97
                Re: Details of ships and boats

                Two deck cranes, 25 m.t. SWL:

                A sister ship is tied up alongside.

                One of two FiFi Pumps:

                The pumps are attached to the Main Engine front PTO. (FiFi 2 Class)

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                  #98
                  Re: Details of ships and boats

                  Up to the Bridge.
                  View of the deck from the Bridge:


                  Fwrd. controls:

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                    #99
                    Re: Details of ships and boats

                    Aft controls:

                    The Chairs has not been installed yet.

                    Winch control panel:

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                      Re: Details of ships and boats

                      GMDSS Console:


                      Bridge wing control positions:


                      This vessel is expected to be ready for delivery by end of May.

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                        Re: Details of ships and boats

                        The photo of the capstans really got me. I have no idea how big it is but I am accustomed to seeing them with a handle on top and able to handle 1/2" (12mm) line but I am guessing the one in your photo is much larger.

                        Thanks for the pictures.

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                          Re: Details of ships and boats

                          Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
                          The photo of the capstans really got me. I have no idea how big it is but I am accustomed to seeing them with a handle on top and able to handle 1/2" (12mm) line but I am guessing the one in your photo is much larger.

                          Thanks for the pictures.
                          Yes much bigger. The hydraulic drive motor sits below deck. Capable of 15 m.t. pull. (That's why you can't see any handle on top)
                          The lower part is to fit a wire to aid in handling heavy equipment on deck, or used to lash cargo when under way.

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                            Re: Details of ships and boats

                            Yes, that capstan could lift the boats I'm used to sailing.

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                              Re: Details of ships and boats

                              don't get a complete free shot of her,so here she is in parts.

                              ''hansa lubeck''



                              didn't got a good shot for her bowlines.

                              best regards Thijs

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                                Re: Details of ships and boats

                                the cranes in a free deck position



                                best regards Thijs

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