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New Ramoen heads for the Barents Sea
New Norwegian factory trawler Ramoen is now in its first trip, having been delivered last month by the Astilleros Armon yard in Spain.
The 75 metre Ramoen is eight metres longer and two metres wider than the trawler is replaces, which is now I&Jâs Umlobi, operating from Cape Town.
The Rolls-Royce-designed Ramoen features a host of technology, including an HSG energy management system, Rolls-Royceâs Promas integrated rudder and propeller, a 3600kW B33:45 Bergen Diesel main engine and a sophisticated power management system that provides the option of routing extra power from the gensets to the main shaft when required.
Ramoen also has the first seagoing Valka portioning machine. This innovative X-ray technology has been supplied to numerous shore-based processors, but this is the first time it has been used at sea and the equipment has been modified and strengthened to cope with conditions and vessel movement. It provides Ramoenâs factory deck with possibilities to produce boneless fillets at sea, with the X-ray system locating pinbones and a series of robot waterjets slicing the fillet to remove bones and portion fillets as required.
Skipper Egil SkarbĂ¸vik took the new Ramoen for a short shakedown trip to test the factory deck before heading for the Barents Sea.
Full coverage of the new Ramoen to come later this month in the November edition Hook and Net (in English) and in the Fiskerforum magazine (in Danish).
WorldFishingToday - 11-11-2016