SVS Cochrane

Fast Support Intervention / Multi Purpose Vessel / Guard Ship

Main Particulars

Length

53.25 m

Moulded Beam

10.20 m

Draft

3.20 m

Gross Tonnage

439 T

Net Tonnage

132 T

Deck Area

185 m²

Davit

Ned deck RRH S5

Performance

Cruise Speed

11.5 Knots

Maximum Speed

21 Knots

Range

6000 NM

Endurance

35 days

Accommodation

Crew

8

Charterers Accommodation

17

Crew Transfer Seats

N/A

Air Conditioning

Yes

 

Communication Equipment

Internet antenna

SAILOR

SSB radio

Sailor 6000

MF/HF

Sailor 6300 MF/HF

VHF DSC

2 x Sailor RT6222

Navtex

JRC, NCR-333

Email/Sat phone

VSAT/IOP

Tracking device

Inmarsat C

Air band VHF

Tayio TD-L 1550

VHF GMDSS hand held

Sailor SP350

Navigation Equipment

Radar

JRC JMA 5212-4 Mk2/S – band JRC JMA 5312

Searchlight

2 x 240V 1000W MP Pesch EF463HG

Auto Pilot

Alphatron – Alpha Sea Pilot MFC

Echo/Depth Sounder

Alphaton Alphadepth DT800

Magnetic Compass

Richie – Navigator HB-71

Satellite Nav. (GPS)

JRC JRL 7800 / Veripos LD3 – G1

Gyro Compass

2 x Alphatron (Alpha Mini Course V2)

Dynamic Positioning (DP)

Alphatron DYNAPOS AM

AIS

JRC, JHS - 182

Classification

Class

Bureau Veritas

Vessel Type

Fast Crew Boat

Built

2012

Ship Builder

DAMEN Vietnam

Flag

St Vincent & the Grenadines

Port of Registry

Kingstown

Official Number

11152

IMO Number

9642239

Call Sign

J8B4679

Life Saving Equipment

Lifebuoys

6

Lifejackets

25

Life Rafts

2 x 25 pax

EPIRB

McMurdo E5

SART

McMurdo – S4 Rescue

Fast Rescue Craft

KC 550 Rhib

Fire Fighting Internal

Novec1230

Capacities

Fuel Capacity

169.885 m³

Potable Water Capacity

28.60 m³

Water Maker

Sea recovery Aqua whisper
producing 2.5 m³ per day

Fresh Water / Cargo

123.76 m³

Deck Cargo

250 T

Machinery

Main Engines

4x Caterpillar 3512C
TA (4472 kW)

Generators

3x Caterpillar C4.4, 99 kW each

Propulsion

4x Fixed pitch propellers

Bowthrusters

2x 85 bkW, electrically driven

Sir Alexander Inglis Cochrane

Sir Alexander Inglis Cochrane GCB RN (1758 – 832) was a senior Royal Navy commander during the Napoleonic Wars and achieved the rank of Admiral. He was knighted for his service. In 1805 Cochrane was made commander of the Leeward Islands Station. He conducted operations against the French and Spanish on 6 February 1806 at the Battle of San Domingo during the Napoleonic Wars. A cannonball blew his hat off his head while he was on the deck of his flagship, HMS Northumberland. Community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, Admiral Rock is named after Admiral Alexander Cochrane.

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