Incat to build new vessel for Thames Clippers

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Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd has secured a contract for the construction of a – 35m vessels for operations on the River Thames for MBNA Thames Clippers , the first due to arrive next year.
Incat Hull 075 is be designed by One2Three – Naval Architects, with assistance by Revolution Design.

The vessel will consist of 2 x water jets rather than propellers which most of the current fleet have. The vessel will also feature Scania engines much like the 3 x 62 seater FBM built Star,Storm and Sky Clippers.

SPECS:
Yard No 075
Designer One2Three
Builder Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd.
Flag United Kingdom
Speed Not less than 25 knots at full load draft

Machinery
Main Engines – 2 x Scania DI16 072M marine diesel engines,
rated at 625kW (850hp) @ 2100 rpm
Gearboxes – 2 X ZF2000, reversing
Waterjets – 2 x Rolls Royce/Kamewa 40A3
Generators – 2 x Onan series 35QD or equivalent

Principal Dimension
Length Overall 35.37m
Length Waterline 32.45m
Beam Moulded 8.30m
Hull Depth Moulded 2.15m
Load Draft 1.00m
Capacities
Passengers 150
Crew 3
Tankage
Diesel Fuel 2 x 1500 Litres
Fresh Water 500 Litres
Black water 500 Litres
Deadweight
Full Load Deadweight:
Passengers
(150 @ 80kg each) 12.00 Tonnes
Crew (3 @ 80kg each) 0.24 Tonnes
Fuel 100% (usable volume) 2.04 Tonnes
Fresh Water 100% 0.50 Tonnes
Sullage 10% 0.05 Tonnes
Bar Provisions 0.20 Tonnes
Stores 0.10 Tonnes
Total (100% Deadweight) 15.13 Tonnes

Air Conditioning
Passenger Space – 4 x Independent air cooled packaged
units and ceiling cassettes.
Wheelhouse – 1 x Independent compact type air cooled cassette

Safety and Evacuation
Liferafts – 4 x RFD Ferryman 65 person
Life Jackets – 165 adult and 16 child Premier 2010
Medical supplies – 2 x Category C First Aid packs.
MISC equipment – 1 x MOB Ladder – 2 x Scramble Nets

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