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FR249 Grateful, 69,95 m pelagisk trawler leveret til Skotland


Nybygning nummer 435 »Grateful« blev navngivet og overdraget til ejerne Eshcol Fishing Co Ltd (familien Whyte) i Fraserburgh Skotland den 15. juli 2017 på Karstensen Skibsværft A/S i Skagen.


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I det sene efterår 2016, ankom skroget af nybygningen »Grateful« fra det polske værft Nauta Shipyard i Gdansk, til det nordjyske værft. Hvor værftet de næste mange måneder skulle forstå det videre og store arbejde med færdiggørelsen af det 69,95 meter lange og 15 meter bredde pelagiske fartøj.

Whyte-familien har tidligere drevet det 64 meter lange fartøj »Forever Grateful«, som sidste år blev solgt til Norge og efterfølgende blev omdøbt til »Trygvason«. Det nye fartøj »Grateful«, vil følge det skotske rederies traditionelle pelagiske trawlfiskeri efter makrel og sild.
Et fiskeri som familien Whyte har en lang historie og erfaring med. En histore der strækker sig tilbage til William Andrews bedstefar, der i begyndelsen af 1900´erne fiskede med det mindre kystfartøj »Excelsior« FR 887.


Seniorerne i det skotske fiskeriselskab, William (Senior) og Andrew Whyte, har ledet familievirksomheden i mere end tre årtier, men har nu overdraget driften og opgaven til næste generation med William Whyte (Junior) som skipper, mens Nathan og Aaron Whyte samt svigersønnen Derek Cardno har andre opgaver ombord på skibet.

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Den skotske familie har sammen med værftet i Skagen haft et fortrinligt godt samarbejde igennem årene, efter rederiet havde fået foretaget den første større renovering af familiens fartøj tilbage i 1983. Et tæt sammenhold og et sammenarbejde der naturligt har udviklet sig til også at omfatte nybygningen »Grateful«.

Et samarbejde, der har omhandlet alt fra skibets design til tekniske specifikationer samt fartøjets øvrige arrangementer. Men med et Hovedfokus i processen der i prioriteret rækkefølge har været en optimering af besætningens forhold, med den enkeltes arbejdsplads og sikkerhed samt komforten ombord.
Ligeledes har opgaven bestået i en forbedring af fangsthåndterings- og lagerfaciliteterne ombord samt en driftsmæssig effektivisering og opjustering, med en efterfølgende og ikke ubetydelig reduktion af brændstofforbruget.


Det hele flot og fint koblet sammen til det smukt designet fartøj »Grateful« FR 249, der fremover vil bryde bølgerne ud for den skotske havneby Fraserburgh i Skotland.

Hoveddimensioner Kapaciteter
Længde oa. 69,95 meter Brændolie 570 m³
Længde PP 63,60 meter Ferskvand 57 m³
Bredde moulded 15,00 meter Forepeak 105 m³
Dybde shelterdæk 9,20 meter RSW-tanke 2.033 m³
Dybde hoveddæk 6,50 meter Beboelse 16 mand
Scantling dybgang 8,00 meter
Tonnage 2.388 GT

Design: Karstensens Skibsværft A/S

Prøvetursfart/gennemsnit: 17,2 knob
Skrog : built by Nauta Shipyard, Gdansk. Poland. Det norske Veritas +1A1 Fishing Vessel. Hull: Ice-C


Hovedmotor
Hovedmotor
Westdiesel
Generatoranlæg
Rapp Marine, Dæksudrustning
Dæksudrustning
Scana Volda
Propelleranlæg
Seaquest fiskepumpeudstyr
Dækskraner og fiskepumper
Johnson Controls RSW System
RSW System
Elektronik
Woodsons
LF Group - Ventilation
Ventilation
Indretning
Indretning
Karstensens Skibsværft
Hovedentreprise

DÆKSMASKINERI:
Rapp Marine, hoved system:
2 x Trawl winches 90,0 t
1 x Topline winch 73,0 t
1 x Tail-end winch 46,7 t
2 x Netdrums 92,6 t
5 x Mooring winches 11,1 t
1 x Anchor windlass
1 x Netsounder winch
1 x Hydraulic hose reel.
1 x Fish hose reel.

Fish pumping equipment delivered by Sea Quest of Killybegs, Ireland:
2 x Sea Quest fish pumps, 24”.

Deck cranes: - all supplied by Sea Quest:
1 x Fore deck crane, 4 tonnes x 18,0 m.
2 x Fish pump / net crane aft, 4 tonnes x 14,0 m.

HP hydraulics: Complete drives systems (2 off) winches and cranes, respectively fish pump and associated equipment, supplied by Rapp Marine: 6 x 160 kW pump-unit.
3 x 108 kW pump-unit.
1 x 120 kW pump unit.

Trawl blocks Brdr. Markussen, Blue Line
Anchors & chains AC-14, supplied through Max Fodgaard.

FREMDRIVNING OG MASKINERI
Hovedmaskine: MaK 9M32C, 4500 kW @ 600 rpm.
Propeller: Scana Volda CP95/4, d4200 mm.
Reduktions gearbox: Scana Volda ACG-850/PS680, 2-speed, 130/105 propeller rpm.
Shaft alternator: AvK DSG 114 K1-6W, 2500 kW / 3125 kVA @ 1200 rpm.
Hjælpemotor: 2 x Mitsubishi S12A2-MPTAW, 820 kWe @ 1800 rpm.
Havnegenerator: 1 x Mitsubishi S6R-Z3 MPTAW, 580 kWe @ 1800 rpm.

Styremaskine: Rolls Royce Tenfjord SR 662 – 170 kNm.
Thrusters: 1 x Brunvoll FU-63-LTC-1750, 950 kW / 1292 HP.
1 x Brunvoll AR-63-LTC-1750, retractable combi thruster, 850 kW / 1156 HP.

Starter luftcompr.: Sperre HL2/77.
Fuel olie separator: Alfa Laval PA 615.
Lub oile separator: Alfa Laval PA 615.
FO transfer pumps: 2 x Bombas Azcue.
Remote sounding: Emerson / MCS.
Pumps: Hovedmaskine køling: Bombas Azcue.
Dæl-, brand og lænse pumper: Bombas Azcue.
Hydraulik køling – og fiske kølepumpe: Bombas Azcue.
Box kølere: GEA Bloksma (all engines and main components are FW cooled).
Lænsepumper: Ellehammer.
FW pressure sets: 2 x Bombas Azcue.
Varmvands tank: OSO, 200 l/ 2x15kW.
Toilet pumpe: 2 x Bombas Azcue.
Toilet vacuum syst: Jets.

FISKETANKE / FISKEBEHANDLING:
RSW-system: 2 x Johnson Controls (York/Sabroe), hver 1345 kW / 1.156.000 kCal/h.
Cirkulations pumper: 2 x 950 cum/h
Condenser pumps: 2 x 300 cum/h
RSW cirkulations system med fjerneventiler styret af Johnson Controls control system.
Actuatorer til ventiler: Eltorque (Lyng).
Vacuum-system: C-Flow:
4 x 66 kW compressor enhed.
2 x 4200 l tanks.

REDNINGS- OG BRANDSLUKNINGSUDRUSTNING:
MOB-båd: Noreq RRB500.
MOB-båd davits: Noreq NPDS 1300H.
Redningsflåde: 2 x Viking, 16 pers.
Vandtågeanlæg system: Wilhelmsen.
Brand detektorer: Tyco Marine.

INDRETNING MM:
Styrhus: Værftet.
Beboelse: Maritime Montering, Norway.
Møbler: Maritime Montering / Ekornes, Norway.
Styrhus møbler: Nor-Sap 2000.
Ventilation: LF Ventilation.
Vinduer. van Wingerden.
Vinduesvisker: Wynn.
Messe udstyr: Beha, Norway.
Malingsleverandør: Hempel – fartøjet sandblæst, sandblæst og hot-zinc malet.

ELEKTRISK:
Navigation lights: Den Haan.
Search light: 2 x SeeMatz (electric remote controlled).
Tank level controls: Mobrey alarms.
Electrical contractor: Scanel.
Power management: Deif Delomatic 4 PMS system.
Main switchboard: ScanTechnic, Denmark.
Central UPS: 99 kVA.
Alarm panel: Marine Control Services (MCS).

ELEKTRONIK:
Extensive array of electronic equipment (navigation, fish finding and communication): Main supplies by Echomaster, Woodsons, Aberdeen, Furuno-UK and Scanmar-UK.
All installations by KS Elektro. Main items:
LF sonar: Simrad SX-93, 20-30 kHz.
MF sonar: Kaijo Denki KCS3885Z (M-118), 94 kHz.
HF sonar: Kaijo Denki KCH3180 (M-90), 164 kHz.
Echo sounder: Simrad ES-80 sounder system 120 resp. 200 kHz Chirp, with 2 processer units and 2 split beam transducers.
3D sonar: Sea-Pix 150 kHz 3D sonar system.
Current indicator: Furuno CI68.
Net monitor: Scanmar ScanScreen, 4 hydrophones.
Trawl sonar: Simrad FM90 (multibeam omni).
Catch sensors: Simrad PI.
Radar 1 (3 cm): Furuno FAR3210, chart radar with Ecdis.
Radar 2 (10 cm): Furuno FAR3230S.
Ecdis: Furuno FMD3200.
Plotter 1: Trax.
Plotter 2: Olex, 3D
Gyro compass: Simrad GC80.
Autopilot: Simrad AP80-system.
V-sat communication: Excel @ SEA1m.
Sat-TV system: Intellian T130.
GMDSS: Sailor equipment for A3 navigation.
VHFs: Sailor.
Wheelhouse monitors; Hatteland, 26”.
Monitor switching: Kramer.
Autotrawl system: Rapp Marine.
ME remote control: Scana Volda Neptune-II CPP.
Intercom: PhonTech.


Teknisk beskrivelse, engelsk
The hull is built in steel with two continuous decks; main deck and shelter deck, and with long forecastle- and boat decks. Wheelhouse, boat decks, funnel and masts are built in aluminium.

Hull shape is of round bilge construction with bulbous bow and stern skeg, flared stem and transom stern.

Below main deck the hull is subdivided into the following watertight compartments: Forepeak, sonar room, room for retractable thruster, insulated RSW-tank section with central room for RSW pumps- and manifolds, engine room with main engine connected to one reduction gearbox with one, ducted propeller and aftpeak with fuel- and lub oil tanks.

On main deck the hull is arranged with: Forepeak, store room and trunking for retractable thruster, RSW-hold/trunk section with central corridors, forward containing vacuum pump room and midship RSW-machinery room. Abaft hold section SB accommodation area, PS/CL engine store/workshop, control room, hydraulic room and all aft PS/CL store with steering gear and SB store. Accommodation is arranged with 4 single crew cabins, all with en-suite toilet/shower facilities, laundry, trim room and stairs and corridors. In order to create best possible design for low noise, the accommodation is located as far away from the propeller as possible. In addition a number of constructive steps are made, in order to create a low noise level.

On shelter deck arrangements are: Store room in forepeak, generator room and aft/under forecastle store room. Abaft forecastle fish receiving deck, with centre deck house with water separator and hatches for the 11 RSW-tanks.

Abaft midship, full width superstructure. Accommodation in superstructure is arranged with: 2 1- and 2 2 man crew cabins and hospital, all with en-suite toilet/shower facilities, oil skins room, changing room with duty mess and stairways and corridors. PS of superstructure to contain trawl workshop.

Abaft superstructure trawl deck with 2 net drums in waterfall arrangement. At transom hydraulic stern gate and hydraulic operated guiding pins. On forecastle deck, anchor- and mooring winches in dedicated house, together with mooring equipment. Abaft of this, roll reduction tank and forecastle deck.

Forecastle deck is connected with boat deck 01 aft, by walkways SB and PS. On forecastle-/boat deck level main foredeck crane is mounted.

On boat deck 01 abaft midship, deck house in centre. Accommodation in deck house with: Day room/lounge, cinema room, mess room, galley with provision room (and separate fridge-/freezer rooms) and stairways and corridors. PS fan room for ventilation for engine rooms and hydraulic pump room, as well as exhaust trunks.

Abaft deck house (on boat deck 01), 2 off trawl winches and 1 topline winch. All aft PS fish pump deck, with fish pump and hydraulic hose reel. Integrated in aft ship construction and boat deck 01 is also trawl gallow, which accommodates 2 main towing blocks as well as tail-end and top line blocks. Net sounder winch is fitted on top of gallow.

On boat deck 02, deck house with ventilation room and accommodation. Accommodation contains: 3 officer cabins with en-suite toilet/shower facilities, instrument room and stairways and corridors. On PS of deckhouse MOB deck and –davit.

Wheelhouse on top of deck house, with 360° view. Funnel with deck PS.

All as shown on general arrangement.

Design principles for main engine / auxiliary arrangement are as follows:

On reduction gearbox, 1 Power-Take-Off, mounted with a shaft alternator, producing 2500 kWe.

To supply additional electric power, the vessel is fitted with 2 auxiliary engines / gen-sets and 1 auxiliary/harbour gen-set, producing 2 x 820 respectively 1 x 600 kWe.

During heaving/shooting operations at fishing, when the winch system is in use, the gearbox PTO will be clutched in, and electric power will be supplied from the shaft alternator. When there is demand for full power on the winch(es), there will normally not be same demand for power on the main engine. Following the main engine will be power source for both propulsion and winch system.

During normal towing, the shaft alternator will/can be disengaged (from switchboard), and the electrical power will/can be supplied by either of the gen-sets.

The 3 gen-sets will be able to connect into main switchboard, controlled by the vessels DEIF Power-Management-System. Further on bus-bar breaker is fitted in main switchboard, allowing aft thruster to be fed off shaft alternator and forward thrusters and vessels hotel load off the diesel generator sets.

Electrical power system is fitted for sliding frequency (60-50 Hz), by means of frequency converters for 400/440 V and static converter/UPS for stable 230 V supply. This will allow main engine and propeller rpm to be reduced with 17%. Further on, the vessel will be fitted with a 2-speed gearbox, giving 2 fixed propeller speed steps.

Above designs and systems ensures an economical running profile of the vessel.

FiskerForum XXX. August 2017

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