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Design and Engineering of a 14M.
Oil Recovery Vessel

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Design and Engineering of a 14.5M displacement Oil recovery vessel, with a versatile aft deck equipped with essential oil recovery equipment for first oil spill response.

The design of a versatile 14.5M Bureau Veritas compliant Oil Recovery workboat, equipped with a large aft deck to accommodate an oil boom reel and associated equipment for oil skimming operations.

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Displacement Oil Recovery Vessel
Length Overall:
12 Knts
Steel / Aluminium
6p Seated crew
Deck Capacity:
25m2 working deck – 2 Ton max. deck load
2 x 298bkw Diesel Direct
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The deck is equipped with a small crane and easily accessible stern platform for access to in-water equipment as well as man overboard recovery. The vessel is fitted with all necessary oil processing equipment on its aft deck and can discharge the skimmed oil overboard to support vessels or barges alongside. Due to the flexible deck design the aft deck can be repurposed pending on the needs of the operator.

The Interior cabin can accommodate up to 6 persons comfortably, with space for a stretcher as well as a small pantry and toilet facility on lower deck. A large storage space is provided aft of the Engine room for storage of loose oil recovery and related equipment.

To allow for comfortable towage of oil booms by the stern, the vessel is equipped with two high power 298bkW main engines, with her onboard power needs being met by two generator sets.