185 FT. CREW & SUPPLY VESSEL QUALITY, INNOVATION, PERFORMANCE

185 FT. CREW AND SUPPLY VESSEL

Swiftships’ 185 ft. Crew and Supply Vessel is a quad waterjet diesel powered vessel. The hull and superstructure is of aluminum alloy, welded in accordance with approved codes. Superstructure is arranged with passenger compartment on the main deck with pilot house above. Standards for construction are set forth by the USCG for small passenger vessels (under 100 gross tons).

MACHINERY

•  Main Engines: Four (4) Caterpillar Model 3512 DITA MUI Marine Propulsion engines, 12 cylinder, turbo charged and after cooled, four cycle, 1445 HP each at 1800 RPM, continuous rating, with ZF model BW255 marine gear.

•  Generators: Two (2) Caterpillar Model 3306, 75 KW, 6 cylinder 1200 RPM

•  Propulsors: Waterjets, Four (4) Hamilton HM651 series waterjet propulsion units

ELECTRONICS

•  One (1) SSB radio
•  One (1) VHF radio
•  One (1) Radar, GPS and Fathometer system integrated into one display
•  Two (2) 4-ton central air conditioning units with heating
•  One (1) SSB Radio

SPECIAL FEATURES (OPTIONAL)

Vessel acquisition programs can include 90 day and two (2) year spare parts CONUS and/or in-country maintenance and repair training, portable self-contained maintenance facilities, and follow-on technical assistance in country.

SPECIFICATIONS

LOA
185 feet (56 meters)

BEAM
30 feet (9.14 meters)

DRAFT
4.92 feet (1.5 meters)

SPEED (NORMAL LOAD)
28 knots

SHIP’S FUEL
6,000 gallons (22,712 liters)

POTABLE WATER
27,325 gallons (103,436 liters)

RELATED SERVICES

DCS & FMS

Clients benefit from a wide range of financing options for any type of Swiftships vessel, equipment, or product.

WARRANTY SUPPORT

Swiftships provides warranty solutions that meet its customer’s needs. Vendor updates are provided to keep clients aware of evolving changes in technology.

SWIFT ACADEMY & TRAINING

Developed to meet the needs of production and quality assurance standards to accommodate Swiftships’ growing market.

CO-PRODUCTION

Corporate shipbuilding knowledge and transfer technology is shared with qualifying nations under the BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) program.