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.

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

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
Passengers 150
Crew 3
Diesel Fuel 2 x 1500 Litres
Fresh Water 500 Litres
Black water 500 Litres
Full Load Deadweight:
(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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