Pilot Boat

published on 10 August 2023 4 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Island Teacher". Originally published on 2023-08-04.
Cost: £600k
Built in 2007
Current Owners: Milford Haven Port
Outline build design: Camarc Ltd
Built by: Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd
Length OA (inc fender). 19.75 metres
Length (moulded) 18.65 metres
Length Waterline 17.00 metres
Beam OA (inc fender) 5.70 metres
Beam (moulded) 5.25 metres
Draught (approx) 1.50 metres
Min service life: 15 years.
Vessel impacts: 1000 impacts per annum
Significant wave height: 5m
Typical duty cycle: 1000-3000 hour per year.
General Characteristics
Hull Structure: Steel
Wheelhouse and superstructure: Aluminium
Flag: Constructed and fitted out under the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
in compliance with the Workboat Code of practice. Pilot Boat Certificate
(PB1) for operation in Area Category 3, i.e. up to 20 miles from a safe haven
and certified for 7 persons as a Pilot Boat and 12 persons as a work boat.
Fuel capacity 4000 litres
Water capacity 270 litres
Complement 12 persons
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