SVS Cornwallis

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

240 m²

Crane

HLM 25-4S SWL 1450kg @ 12.62m

Performance

Cruise Speed

11.5 Knots

Maximum Speed

21 Knots

Range

6000 NM

Endurance

35 days

Accommodation

Crew

8

Charterers Accommodation

4

Crew Transfer Seats

80 business class seats

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

2x JRC, JMA 5212-4 HSB

Searchlight

2x 1000W MP Pesch

Auto Pilot

Alphatron – Alpha Sea Pilot MFC

Echo/Depth Sounder

Alphaton Alphadepth DT800

Magnetic Compass

Richie – Navigator HB-71

Satellite Nav. (GPS)

Veripos / JLR 7800

Gyro Compass

Alpha Mini Course

Dynamic Positioning (DP)

Alphatron / Navis, (Dynapos AM)

AIS

JRC, JHS - 182

Classification

Class

Bureau Veritas

Vessel Type

Fast Utility Vessel

Built

2013

Ship Builder

DAMEN Netherlands

Flag

St Vincent & the Grenadines

Port of Registry

Kingstown

Official Number

11381

IMO Number

9650561

Call Sign

J8B4908

Life Saving Equipment

Lifebuoys

6

Lifejackets

88

Life Rafts

Inflatable for min. 88 persons

EPIRB

McMurdo E5

SART

McMurdo – S4 Rescue

Fire Fighting Internal

Novec1230

Capacities

Fuel Capacity

169.85 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 William Cornwallis

Admiral Sir William Cornwallis, GCB (10 February 1744 – 5 July 1819) was a Royal Navy officer. Cornwallis took part in a number of decisive battles but is best known as a friend of Lord Nelson and as the commander-in-chief of the Channel Fleet during the Napoleonic Wars. He is depicted in the Horatio Hornblower novel, Hornblower and the Hotspur. His greatest honours might be considered to be his various nicknames among the sailors, "Billy go tight" (given on account of his rubicund complexion), as well as "Billy Blue", "Coachee", and "Mr Whip". Sailors appear to have only given nicknames to those commanders whom they liked.

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