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EXHIBIT V

BUILDING SPECIFICATION
of a
800 TEU Damen Combi Feeder

General Arrangement Plan No. P02269-000-001

CF138 18.12.2002/P02269 rev.B

The drawings and specifications contained herein shall not be reproduced in whole or in part without
written permission from Damen Shipyards Cargo Vessels, Gorinchem,
The Netherlands.
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CLIENT PARTICULARS

Client : Jrg Kpping Shipping Company Ltd.

Office : Heideweg 1, 24813 Schlp/R. Germany

Contact : Mr. J. Kpping

SPECIFICATION PARTICULARS

P02269 Date

CF138 07.11.2002/P02269 Full Specification 07-nov-2002

CF138.06.12.2002/P02269Rev.A Alterations meeting 04-12-2002 06-dec-2002

CF138.18.12.2002/P02269Rev.B Alterations meeting 17-12-2002 17-dec-2002

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

000 GENERAL DESCRIPTION............................................................................................................ 9


001 INTENTION OF THE SPECIFICATION...................................................................................9
002 GENERAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................10
003 PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS.................................................................................................11
004 TANK AND HOLD CAPACITIES.........................................................................................11
004.1 Tank Capacities................................................................................................................11
004.2 Hold Capacities................................................................................................................11
005 DEADWEIGHT...............................................................................................................12
006 LIGHTWEIGHT...............................................................................................................12
007 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS.................................................................................13
008 DESIGN DATA'S.............................................................................................................14
009 SPEED AND ENDURANCE..............................................................................................14
009.1 Speed............................................................................................................................... 14
009.2 Endurance........................................................................................................................ 14
021 SPARE PARTS FOR CLASSIFICATION................................................................................14
022 OWNERS SUPPLIES.......................................................................................................15
031 CLASSIFICA3TION.........................................................................................................16
032 FLAG STATE.................................................................................................................17
034 TONNAGE MEASUREMENT.............................................................................................17
3035 STATUTORY DOCUMENTS AT DELIVERY...........................................................................17
035 STATUTORY DOCUMENTS AT DELIVERY...........................................................................18
041 MODEL TESTS..............................................................................................................18
042 FACTORY TESTS, DOCK TRIALS.....................................................................................19
042.1 General............................................................................................................................ 19
042.2 Tightness.......................................................................................................................... 19
042.4 Dock Trials....................................................................................................................... 20
042.5 Inclining test..................................................................................................................... 22
043 SEA TRIALS..................................................................................................................22
043.1 General............................................................................................................................ 22
043.2 Anchor trials..................................................................................................................... 23
043.3 Steering gear trials........................................................................................................... 23
043.4 Manoeuvring trials............................................................................................................ 23
043.5 Speed trials...................................................................................................................... 23
043.6 Endurance trials............................................................................................................... 24
043.7 Sound- and vibration measurements................................................................................24
043.8 Bow and stern thruster trials............................................................................................24
043.9 Other tests....................................................................................................................... 25
046 X-RAY EXAMINATION.....................................................................................................25
048 PLANNING, SUPERVISION AND PROCUREMENT...............................................................25
048.1 Planning and progress of work.........................................................................................25
048.2 Supervision...................................................................................................................... 25
048.3 Meetings.......................................................................................................................... 26
048.4 Procurement procedures..................................................................................................26
066 DELIVERY.....................................................................................................................27
068 SHIPS MODEL...................................................................................................................27
072 STANDARDS AND WORKMANSHIP...................................................................................27
072.1 Standards......................................................................................................................... 27
072.2 Workmanship................................................................................................................... 27
073 DOCUMENTATION AND DRAWINGS..................................................................................28
073.1 Approval of Drawings.......................................................................................................28
073.2 Change of Specification...................................................................................................28
073.3 Delivered Drawings.......................................................................................................... 29
073.4 Documents and manuals..................................................................................................30

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076 STABILITY AND TRIM.....................................................................................................30
100 HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE...............................................................................................31
101 MATERIALS AND PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES...................................................................31
101.1 Materials.......................................................................................................................... 31
101.2 Production Standards.......................................................................................................31
101.3 Grinding........................................................................................................................... 31
103 WELDING.....................................................................................................................31
110 HULL............................................................................................................................32
110.1 General............................................................................................................................ 32
110.2 Shell................................................................................................................................. 32
110.3 Bottom Structure.............................................................................................................. 33
110.4 Bulkheads........................................................................................................................ 33
110.5 Small Bulkheads, casings, coamings...............................................................................33
110.6 Frames and stiffeners.......................................................................................................33
110.7 Longitudinal girders, transverses......................................................................................33
110.8 Pillars............................................................................................................................... 33
110.10 Stem................................................................................................................................. 33
110.11 Stern................................................................................................................................ 34
110.12 Scantlings........................................................................................................................ 34
110.13 Tank arrangement............................................................................................................ 34
110.14 Cargo holds/Tank top.......................................................................................................35
110.15 Bilge wells cargo hold.......................................................................................................35
110.16 Anchor pockets................................................................................................................ 35
111 FOUNDATIONS..............................................................................................................35
120 SUPERSTRUCTURE.......................................................................................................36
131 HATCHES.....................................................................................................................36
131.3 Hydraulic System Cargo Hold Hatch Covers....................................................................38
131.5 Entrance hatches............................................................................................................. 38
132 MANHOLES...................................................................................................................39
133 STEEL DOORS..............................................................................................................39
135 WINDOWS AND PORTHOLES..........................................................................................39
135.1 Windows.......................................................................................................................... 39
135.2 Portholes.......................................................................................................................... 39
139 DRAIN PLUGS...............................................................................................................40
140 STAIRS, LADDERS, RAILINGS, PLATFORMS, ETC.............................................................40
140.1 Ladders / handrails / stairs...............................................................................................40
140.2 Railing and sceptre work..................................................................................................41
140.3 Floor plating..................................................................................................................... 41
150 ADDITIONS TO SHIPS CONSTRUCTION............................................................................41
150.1 Bilge keels........................................................................................................................ 41
150.2 Chain Lockers.................................................................................................................. 41
151 FENDERS.....................................................................................................................41
153 BOLLARDS....................................................................................................................41
154 LIFTING LUGS / LASHINGS..............................................................................................42
154.2 Lashings on deck............................................................................................................. 42
154.3 Celguides......................................................................................................................... 42
154.4 Loose lashing equipment.................................................................................................42
158 MASTS.........................................................................................................................43
158.1 Aft mast/ radar pedestals.................................................................................................43
158.2 Forward mast................................................................................................................... 43
159 MISCELLANEOUS..........................................................................................................43
159.1 Ship's name, port of registration and Owners emblem.....................................................43
159.2 Draught-, Plimsoll and Bow thruster marks......................................................................43
159.3 Nameplates...................................................................................................................... 43
159.4 Marking............................................................................................................................ 44
161 PAINTING.....................................................................................................................45

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161.1 General............................................................................................................................ 45
161.2 Conservation scheme (minimum dry film thickness in microns):......................................45
161.4 Painting equipment and machinery..................................................................................47
161.8 Surface preparation.......................................................................................................... 47
161.9 Galvanizing...................................................................................................................... 47
163 CATHODIC PROTECTION................................................................................................48
163.1 Anodes............................................................................................................................. 48
163.2 Impressed Current system...............................................................................................48
200 PROPULSION AND MANOEUVRING SYSTEM.........................................................................49
210 PROPULSION SYSTEM...................................................................................................49
211 PROPULSION DIESEL ENGINE.........................................................................................49
212 GEARBOX AND COUPLINGS...........................................................................................50
212.1 Gearbox........................................................................................................................... 50
212.3 Flexible couplings............................................................................................................. 50
213 SHAFT AND PROPELLER INSTALLATION...........................................................................50
213.0 General............................................................................................................................ 50
213.1 Propeller with blades........................................................................................................50
213.2 Shaft line.......................................................................................................................... 51
213.3 Stern tube bearings.......................................................................................................... 52
213.4 Stern tube seals............................................................................................................. 52
213.5 Stern tube........................................................................................................................ 52
214 CONTROL SYSTEM PROPULSION INSTALLATION..............................................................52
214.1 Remote control system.....................................................................................................52
214.2 Bridge Wing Controls.......................................................................................................53
214.3 Emergency telegraph system...........................................................................................53
220 STEERING AND MANOEUVRING SYSTEM........................................................................53
221 RUDDER.......................................................................................................................53
222 STEERING GEAR...........................................................................................................54
223 TRANSVERSE THRUSTERS.............................................................................................55
223.0 General............................................................................................................................ 55
223.1 Bow thruster..................................................................................................................... 56
223.2 Stern Thruster.................................................................................................................. 57
223.3 Bow / stern thruster tunnel...............................................................................................57
300 PRIMARY SHIP SYSTEMS......................................................................................................... 58
302 PIPING.........................................................................................................................58
305 APPENDAGES...............................................................................................................59
310 BILGE, BALLAST, AND INTERNAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM...............................................59
310.0 General............................................................................................................................ 60
310.1 Bilge water separator.......................................................................................................60
310.2 Ballast system.................................................................................................................. 60
310.6 Bilge system..................................................................................................................... 61
310.8 Deck wash/fire fighting system.........................................................................................61
311 FIXED FIRE FIGHTING ARRANGEMENT.............................................................................62
311.1 CO2 Fire extinguishing installation engine room...............................................................62
311.2 CO2 Fire extinguishing installation cargo hold..................................................................62
311.3 Fixed Water Spray System...............................................................................................62
311.4 Watermist system............................................................................................................. 63
312 LOOSE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT...............................................................................63
312.1 Fire extinguishers............................................................................................................. 63
312.2 Fire hoses........................................................................................................................ 63
320 FUEL OIL SYSTEMS......................................................................................................64
320.1 General............................................................................................................................ 64
320.2 HFO-system..................................................................................................................... 65
320.3 MDO system.................................................................................................................... 67
323 HEAT GENERATION........................................................................................................68

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323.0 General............................................................................................................................ 68
323.1 Oil fired thermal oil heater................................................................................................69
323.2 Exhaust gas economizer..................................................................................................69
323.3 Thermal oil circulating pumps...........................................................................................69
323.4 Thermal oil expansion tank..............................................................................................69
323.5 Tracing............................................................................................................................. 69
330 COOLING WATER SYSTEM..............................................................................................70
330.1 Cooling Water System Main Engine and Main Generator sets.........................................70
330.2 Plate-coolers.................................................................................................................... 70
330.5 Cooling water pumps and preheating/drain pump............................................................71
340 DOMESTIC WATER AND SANITARY SYSTEM....................................................................72
340.1 Fresh Water Generator....................................................................................................73
343 SEWAGE SYSTEM..........................................................................................................74
350 SOUNDING, FILLING AND DE-AERATION PIPING...............................................................75
350.1 Level gauges (visual).......................................................................................................75
350.2 Sounding and de-aerating pipes.......................................................................................75
350.3 Tank sounding System.....................................................................................................76
360 LUBRICATION OIL SYSTEM............................................................................................77
360.1 Lub. oil systems main and auxiliary engines....................................................................77
360.6 Dirty oil system................................................................................................................. 78
360.8 Sludge system.................................................................................................................. 78
370 VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING AND CENTRAL HEATING................................................79
371 VENTILATION................................................................................................................79
371.1 General............................................................................................................................ 79
371.2 Design Conditions............................................................................................................ 80
371.3 Ventilation supply............................................................................................................. 81
371.4 Ventilation exhaust........................................................................................................... 83
372 CENTRAL VENTILATION UNIT/AIR-CONDITIONING..............................................................84
372.1 AC 1 Supply Accommodation...........................................................................................84
372.2 AC 2 Supply switchboard room........................................................................................85
373 CENTRAL HEATING........................................................................................................85
380 EXHAUST PIPING..........................................................................................................86
400 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION....................................................................................................87
400.1 General............................................................................................................................ 87
400.2 Electrical motors general..................................................................................................87
400.3 Anti condensation............................................................................................................. 87
410 GENERATORS AND BATTERIES.......................................................................................88
410.1 Main generating sets........................................................................................................88
410.2 Emergency generator.......................................................................................................89
410.3 Shaft generator................................................................................................................ 90
410.4 Battery sets with 24V circuits...........................................................................................91
420 CABLES AND WIRING....................................................................................................92
430 ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM...................................................................................93
430.1 Switch boards................................................................................................................... 93
430.6 Reefer plugs..................................................................................................................... 93
430.7 Shore power connection...................................................................................................93
440 ALARM SYSTEMS..........................................................................................................94
440.1 General alarm- and PA-system........................................................................................94
440.2 Fire detection engine room and accommodation..............................................................94
440.3 Smoke detection cargo holds...........................................................................................95
440.4 Engine room alarm system...............................................................................................95
440.5 Bridge safety watch alarm installation..............................................................................95
440.6 Signal Columns................................................................................................................ 96
440.7 Enclosure alarm cooling / freezing room..........................................................................96
440.8 Level switches.................................................................................................................. 96
440.9 S.O.S. station................................................................................................................... 96

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440.10 Bunker Bell Installation.....................................................................................................96
450 LIGHTING SYSTEM AND SOCKETS...................................................................................97
450.0 General............................................................................................................................ 97
450.1 Illumination of accommodation spaces.............................................................................97
450.2 Illumination outside the accommodation spaces..............................................................97
450.4 AM/FM/TV sockets........................................................................................................... 98
450.5 Power sockets.................................................................................................................. 98
460 NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTS..................................................................................................98
500 DECK EQUIPMENT.................................................................................................................... 99
510 ANCHOR EQUIPMENT....................................................................................................99
510.1 Anchors and anchorchains...............................................................................................99
510.2 Chain stoppers............................................................................................................... 100
510.3 Anchor/mooring winches................................................................................................100
520 MOORING EQUIPMENT................................................................................................101
520.2 Mooring winches aft.......................................................................................................101
520.6 Tow and mooring lines....................................................................................................101
520.8 Rollers, panama chocks and cleats................................................................................101
570 LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT............................................................................................102
570.1 Free-fall lifeboat installation incl. recovery system..........................................................102
570.2 Rescue boat................................................................................................................... 102
570.3 Crane for Rescue-boat and life-raft................................................................................102
570.4 Life rafts......................................................................................................................... 103
570.6 Life saving equipment....................................................................................................103
570.7 Emergency Signals........................................................................................................ 103
590 OTHER DECK EQUIPMENT...........................................................................................103
590.1 Pilot and embarkation ladders........................................................................................103
590.4 Accommodation ladder...................................................................................................103
600 AUXILIARY SYSTEMS.............................................................................................................. 104
620 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM.........................................................................................104
630 CARGO HANDLING SYSTEM..........................................................................................105
630.1 Loading computer......................................................................................................... 105
650 FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM..............................................................................................105
650.1 Firemen's outfit and breathing apparatus.......................................................................105
700 JOINERY AND FURNISHING...................................................................................................106
710 JOINERY GENERAL......................................................................................................106
710.1 General.......................................................................................................................... 106
711 MATERIALS.................................................................................................................106
711.1 Walls.............................................................................................................................. 106
711.2 Ceilings.......................................................................................................................... 106
712 DOORS......................................................................................................................107
714 FLOORS.....................................................................................................................107
720 INSULATION................................................................................................................108
740 LAY OUT WHEELHOUSE..............................................................................................109
750 LAY OUT ACCOMMODATION.........................................................................................109
751 INVENTORY CABINS.....................................................................................................115
751.1 Furniture......................................................................................................................... 115
751.2 Cabin refrigerators.......................................................................................................... 117
751.3 Fittings............................................................................................................................ 117
751.4 Curtains.......................................................................................................................... 117
751.5 Mattresses and pillows...................................................................................................118
751.6 Colours........................................................................................................................... 118
752 GALLEY INVENTORY....................................................................................................118
760 INVENTORY STORES....................................................................................................118
760.1 Forecastle....................................................................................................................... 118

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760.2 Engine room workshop...................................................................................................118
760.3 Paint locker..................................................................................................................... 119
760.4 Laundry.......................................................................................................................... 119
760.5 Cool and freeze store.....................................................................................................119
800 NAUTICAL, NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT..........................................120
820 OPTICAL SIGNAL EQUIPMENT AND SEARCHLIGHTS.......................................................120
830 ACOUSTICAL SIGNAL EQUIPMENT................................................................................120
840 RADAR SYSTEM..........................................................................................................121
850 ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT.........................................................................121
880 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM...........................................................................................123
881 TELEPHONE SYSTEM..................................................................................................124
890 NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS.............................................................................................125
APPENDIX A MAKERSLIST................................................................................................................. 126

APPENDIX B COLOUR CODE OF PIPE LINES..................................................................................127

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000 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

001 Intention of the Specification

This specification has the following division:

- 000. General Description


- 100. Hull and Superstructure
- 200. Propulsion and Manoeuvring Systems
- 300. Primary Ship Systems
- 400. Electrical Installation
- 500. Deck Equipment
- 600. Auxiliary Systems
- 700. Joinery and Furnishing
- 800. Nautical, Navigation and Communication Equipment

The General Arrangement Plan as mentioned on the front page of this specification, is to be
considered as a part of this specification.

In case of inconsistency or contradiction between the specification and the general


arrangement plan, the specification shall prevail.

In case of inconsistency or contradiction between the contract and the specification, the
contract shall prevail.

Wherever in this specification the same items are enumerated twice, only one has to be
supplied or executed.

The Builder may modify specified dimensions and details if necessary to fulfil the terms of
building contract, or when improving the Vessels characteristics without extra costs.

The Builder retains all rights on the specification, plans and working drawings, technical
descriptions, calculations, test results and other data information and documents concerning
the design and construction of the Vessel and the Owner will not to bring them to the
knowledge of third parties, without the prior written consent of the Builder.
The Builder shall not unreasonably deny showing of these plans and drawings if it is
necessary for carrying out repairs to the Vessel.

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002 General Description

This specification describes an all welded steel built vessel. The Vessel is designed for the
transport of containers in cargo holds and on deck.

The Vessel has a lay out in accordance with the General Arrangement Plan as stipulated on
the front page of this specification.

The vessel is intended for carriage of:


- 20 and 40 ft ISO containers and 30 and 45 ft containers in holds and on deck
- 48 and 49 ft containers in one layer on deck
- dangerous cargo containers in holds no. 1 3
- reefer containers (self-contained air cooled type) in holds and on deck
- 2438 mm and 2500 mm wide containers in holds and on deck.
- 2600 mm wide containers on deck and in holds without cellguides

The hull is made of "Grade A", "AH 36" and DH 36 steel where practicable. The steel
deckhouse on the aft deck is provided with an accommodation for a total of 14 persons in
single berth cabins.
The accommodation is provided with mechanical ventilation and air conditioning.
The wheelhouse is fitted on top of the deckhouse.

The Vessel is provided with three holds. Hold no.1 with a length of 26.86 m and a width of
18.6/13.3 m. Hold no.2 and 3 each with a length of 28.44 m and, a width of 18.6 m.

For propulsion, one non-reversible air-started 4-stroke diesel engine is installed. The engine
has a maximum output of ca. 8400 kW at 500 rpm and is driving a controllable pitch
propeller.
The main engine is operating on HFO-380.

A shaft generator with an output of approx. 2000 kVA, 440 V, 60 Hz is provided, driven by the
PTO of the reduction gearbox.
The shaft generator can operate in short parallel for take over the load only.

Furthermore, two generator sets are installed in the engine room, each consisting of a diesel
engine and generator, output 512 kVA, 440 V, 60 Hz.
The main generator sets are suitable for continuous parallel operation.

On the boat deck an emergency generator set of 120 kVA, 440 V, 60 Hz is installed.

The diesel generator sets are operating on MDO.

In the fore ship one electrically driven bow thruster with a controllable pitch propeller of
nominal 700 kW input is fitted, and in the aftship one electrically driven stern thruster with a
controllable pitch propeller of nominal 500 kW input is installed.

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003 Principal dimensions

Length over all approx..................................................................138.00 m


Length perpendiculars approx..................................................... 129.85 m
Breadth moulded............................................................................21.80 m
Depth moulded to main deck...........................................................9.50 m
Draught max. seawater underside keel approx............................... 7.30 m
Deadweight, (at summerdraft) approx.............................................9500 t
Propulsion power............................................................................8400 kW
Gross Tonnage approx.................................................................. 7987 GT
Nett. Tonnage approx....................................................................3285 NT

004 Tank and Hold Capacities

004.1 Tank Capacities

Fuel HFO (incl. day- and settling tank) approx. 810 m3


Fuel MDO (incl. Day tanks) approx. 106 m3
Fresh water approx. 70 m3
Ballast approx. 4430 m3
Lubricating oil approx. 32 m3
Dirty oil approx. 20 m3
Leak oil/Overflow approx. 20 m3
Sludge approx. 15 m3
Sewage approx. 28 m3

004.2 Hold Capacities

Cargohold 1 approx. 2884 m3


Cargohold 2 approx. 4484 m3
Cargohold 3 approx. 4309 m3
Total cargoholds approx. 11677 m3

Container capacity:
TEU TEU/FEU 30 ft 45 ft 48/49 ft
in hold 206 12 / 97 135 92
on deck 598 70 / 264 368 232 40
total 804 82 / 361 503 324 40

20 Tankcontainers can be placed halfway the forward 30 bay of hold 2.

Holds no. 2 and 3 prepared for IMO dangerous cargoes of 1.4s, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 class.

Hold no. 1 prepared for IMO class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 9 class dangerous cargoes.

120 Connections for reefer containers will be provided on the main deck.

60 Connections for reefer containers will be provided in holds no. 2 and 3.

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005 Deadweight

The Vessels calculated deadweight at summer draught on even keel in seawater (1.025 t/m3)
is approx. 9500 tons.

The deadweight shall consist of following weight:

1. Cargo and cargo lashing materials.


2. Fuel oil, diesel oil, lubricating oil and water in pipes, machinery and tanks, including stern
tube cooling water except feed and cooling water in main engine, boiler and auxiliary
machineries and pipe lines excluding in tanks.
3. Ships complement and their effects on board.
4. All consumable stores, chandlery, charts and books, cooks and stewards utensils, napery,
blankets, covers, etc.
5. Spare parts over and above the requirements of rules and regulations.
6. Owners supplied equipment other than that required by the rules and regulations but
excluding the piping work, the wiring work etc. derived from installation of Owners supplied
equipment.

The actual deadweight of the vessel shall be the difference between the total displacement
and the lightship weight. The lightship weight consists of the scope of lightweight in
compliance with SOLAS definition.

The total displacement on the specified draft, including shell and all appendages, shall be
calculated based on the sea water of specific gravity of 1.025 t/m3 and on the condition of no
trim, no heel and no deflection.

Draft reading for ascertaining the lightship weight of the vessel shall be taken at three (3)
stations, i.e. at the stem, stern and midship (both sides) draft markings. If any deductible
weights are aboard the vessel at the time of determining the lightship weight, their actual
weight is to be ascertained by the Builder.

006 Lightweight

The lightweight is defined as the weight of the ship with:

- All equipment and outfitting, including spare parts as per the requirements of Authorities
and Classification Society

- Machinery in working condition with lubricating oil in all machinery but not in storage tanks

- Thermal oil in piping system but not in storage tanks

- Cooling water in machinery, piping systems, water in domestic systems, but without any
liquid in tanks or any allowance for cargo, loose cargo lashing and handling equipment,
stores, crew and effects etc.

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007 Definitions and Abbreviations

This specification is describing the construction and the outfitting of the above Vessel. The
metric system will be used in all calculations, drawings and specifications. Following words
and/or expressions used herein will have the meaning as defined hereinafter.

(1) "VESSEL" The Cargo Vessel as mentioned in 002


above
(2) "G.A. PLAN" General Arrangement Plan indicated in
001 above
(3) "OWNER" The corporate body or legal person who
has the ownership of the Vessel.
(4) "INSPECTION" Persons, appointed by the Owner, who are
charged with the surveillance of the Vessel
(5) "BUILDER" Damen Shipyards
(6) "BUILDERS STANDARDS" Way of construction and/or outfitting as
customarily on Builder's yards.
(7) "OR EQUAL" Substitution of equivalent equipment or
different manufacturer as may be regulated
by availability
(8) "CLASS" Classification Society as per 031
hereinafter.
(9) "FLAG STATE" The state in which the Vessel will be
registered as per 032 hereinafter.
(10) "STATUTORY BODIES" Class or Flag State.
(11) "SUBCONTRACTOR" All companies not incorporated with the
Builder, which participate in equipping and
fitting out of the Vessel

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008 Design data's

Unless mentioned otherwise in this specification, the design of the machinery installation and
secondary equipment machinery is based on the following conditions:

sea water temperature winter 0 C ; summer 32 C


ambient temperature winter -20 C ; summer 35 C
relative air humidity winter 35% ; summer 70%

009 Speed and Endurance

009.1 Speed
Service speed at 7.30 m draft to underside keel is 18 knots at 90% MCR, 200 kW PTO and
15% seamargin

Conditions:
With yard clean shell
Sufficient depth of water to eliminate influence of shallow water
Calm sea
Wind not more than 2 of Beaufort scale

009.2 Endurance
The endurance of the ship at service speed of 18.0 knots and with the main engine
developing 90 % MCR and shaftgenerator consuming 200 kW,, amounts to abt. 20 days, or
abt. 8640 nautical miles.

021 Spare parts for classification

Spare parts and tools will be supplied in accordance with the requirements of Class, Flag
State Authorities or in accordance with normal subcontractors standards for unrestricted
service.

All loose IMO and/or SOLAS required outfit and equipment to be Builders supply.

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031 Classifica3tion

The vessel, its machinery and equipment shall be built under the survey of Germanischer Lloyd for the
class:
GL + 100 A 5 E3 Containership
GL + MC E3 AUT IWS
Equipped for carriage of containers SOLAS II-2 Reg. 54
In accordance with the rules, regulations and requirements of GL in force at keel laying of the vessel.

Rules and regulations

The vessels shall be designed based on the following rules and regulations which are published on the
date of come into force before keel laying of the vessel.

- Germanischer Lloyd Rules for Classification and Construction.

- Relevant national rules and regulations of the ships flag (see 032).

- International Load Line Convention (1966) as amended.

- International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, (SOLAS 1974) with Protocol 1978,
Including 1981, 1983, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995 and 1996 amendments.

- The code of safe practice for cargo stowage and securing.

- International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1978 (MARPOL 1973) with
Protocol 1978 (Annex I, IV & V) as amended.

- International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969.

- International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, (London 1972) including 1981, 1987,
1989 and 1993 amendments.

- International Telecommunications (1973) & Radio Conference (1982).

- U.S. Coast Guard regulations applying to foreign flag vessels entering navigable waters of the
U.S. including pollution prevention.

- A.M.S.A. Marine Orders, part 32 for hold ladders.

- IEC 92 recommendation regarding Electric Equipment.

- ISO vibration levels guideline 6954.

- IMO resolution A468 (XII) Code on noise levels on board ship

- ILO Convention 92/133 (concerning Crew Accommodation on Board ships).

- ISO 8468 international standard of bridge layout and associated equipments.

- IMO resolution MSC 19(58) 1990 subdivision and damage stability of dry cargo ships.

- IMO Resolution A.749 (18), Intact Stability of Cargo Ships

- Dangerous goods according to the provision of regulation 54 of chapter II-2 of Solas amended.

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- Suez Canal Tonnage rules

- Panama Canal PC/UMS Documentation of total volume

- Osha regulations (container fittings as far as fixed to the Vessel).

- AWWF (Australian Water Workers Federation)

032 Flag State

The Vessel is designed to comply with the requirements for Vessels carrying the flag of
Antigua and Barbuda, i.e. requirements of the Authorities for a Vessel with the sailing area as
per 031 are applicable.

034 Tonnage measurement

An International Tonnage Measurement certificate is delivered with the Vessel.


The tonnage of the Vessel, according to the International Convention on Tonnage
Measurement of Ships 1969, will be: Approx. 7987 GT.
Approx. 3285 NT

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035 Statutory documents at delivery

041 Model Tests

The hull form will be designed in cooperation with the Maritime Research Institute
Netherlands (MARIN).

The following propulsion tests to be performed:


- Propulsion test at design draught with stock propeller
- Propulsion test at ballast draught with stock propeller
- Axial wake field measurement at design draught

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042 Factory tests, Dock trials

042.1 General

The Owners representative at the building place shall receive, if possible, all instruction
books, drawings and specifications two weeks before testing or trials commence.

The Builder will submit to the Owner, well in advance of testing, a testing planning.
Authorities and Owners representatives will be invited to attend the tests.

As far as possible shop tests to be arranged at subcontractor premises.

The following tests and trials will be carried-out in presence of Owner and Class:

042.2 Tightness
- Tanks, cofferdams:
to be tested under air pressure before end coating is applied.

- Closures:
Sidelights, watertight doors and hatches, ventilators to be hose-tested.

- Piping:
Pressurized piping will be tested before equipments is put into operation according to
following list:

System Method of testing

- fuel oil leakage test with air pressure 0.2-10 bar and soaping
- lubricating oil leakage test with air pressure 0.2-10 bar and soaping
- cooling water leakage test with air pressure 0.2-10 bar and soaping
- thermal oil piping a) air pressure and soaping 1 bar
b) air pressure 6 bar
c) vacumation during 24 hours
- starting air piping a) air pressure and soaping 1 bar
b) air pressure with 1.5 of design pressure with N2
- sanitary piping a) air pressure and soaping 2.5 bar
b) watertesting
- sanitary drain pipes static pressure tested and flushing system
- hydraulic piping a) air pressure and soaping 1,0 bar
b) with real medium 1,25 of design pressure.

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042.4 Dock Trials

- Tests of all pumps of intended duties at the full output for each pump as far as practical,
working either from sea and discharging overboard or from tank to tank etc.
Observing and recording current consumption by means of ampere meter and discharge
head.

- Test of thermal oil system (boilers, circ. pumps, heaters, alarm, etc.)

- Test of heating, ventilation and air conditioning in the accommodation.


Test of ventilation systems.

- Test of bilge pumping arrangement by pumping out bilges, filled, if necessary, with hoses.

- Test of fire fighting equipment.


Testing of sprinkler system cargo hold.
Testing of alarm system for CO2.
Testing of watermist installation in engineroom.

- Test of winches (measuring lifting speed of anchor winches during sea trials).

- Test of other equipment and systems, e.g. hot- and coldwater, drinking water and sanitary
water installations, closing of doors and port lights, galley and pantries with all fittings,
gangways, searchlights, cargo lights, navigation lights, alarms, telephones etc.

- Test in working condition of all other machinery and electrical outfit including test of
windlass, steering gear and steering controls.

- Tests of lifeboats and crane including lowering of boat and hoisting it to stowage position
and inspection of lifesaving appliances, etc.

- Testing of rest of alarms.

- Testing of fire detection system engine room, cargo hold if applicable and accommodation
on sea trials with smoke generator.

- Testing of general alarm system.

- Tests of the diesel-driven alternators for the output up to 110 percent at subcontractor
premises, until a stable situation of fuel and cooling water systems including observation of
cooling appliances, functioning of pumps according to recommendations of engine maker
and classification surveyor. Governor tests to be carried-out simultaneously, including
control and alarms systems.

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Generators will be tested with water resistance equipment. During these tests the following
measurements will be taken:
- Load
- Power
- Current
- Voltage
- Frequency
- Winding temperature (if available)
- Bearing temperature (if available)

- Axial flow fans:


- Capacity
- Current

- Sewage plant:
Will be started up and tested according rules of authorities.

- Bilge water separator:


Will be tested during suctioning water and oil, according rules of authorities.

- Thermal oil installation:


Will be tested and adjusted according design specifications. Measurements:
-Temperatures
- Exhaust gas CO2 %
- Safety valves

- Air conditioning installation:


Will be tested and adjusted according design specifications.
Measurements:
- Temperature
- Flow (air changes)

- Engine room alarm installation:


The engine room alarm system will be tested according rules of Class and Authorities.
Visual and acoustic alarm signals will be tested during sea-trials.

- Engine room equipment:


During shore testing of the engine room installation the following measurements will be
taken:

Pumps:
With open and closed pressure valve:
- Suction head / Delivery head

Air compressors:
During filling up air bottles:
- Time
- Current
- Pressure
- Safety valves

Heat exchangers:

During running engines:


- Load engine
- Medium temperature inlet
- Medium temperature outlet

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- Cooling/heating medium temperature inlet
- Cooling/heating medium temperature outlet

- Containers:
All container positions will be tested.

042.5 Inclining test

After launching, with the Vessel's ballast tanks empty and other tanks as far as possible
empty, an inclining test or lightweight test will be held in the presence of an Owner's
representative and a surveyor of the Class and/or Flag State.

043 Sea trials

043.1 General
Sea trials will be carried out before delivery, and in attendance of Owner, Flag State
Authorities and Class.

The Builder will prepare a detailed test program.

The trial results will be collected in a trial report, which will be handed to the Owner in
threefold.

During sea trials the Vessel will be manned by a master and crew nominated and paid by the
Builder.

The costs of trials are for account of the Builder.

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043.2 Anchor trials
. Release of each anchor from its normal stowing position to about four lengths of chain.
. Measurement of time to recover one length of chain for both anchors individually.
. Housing of both anchors in their normal stowing position.

043.3 Steering gear trials

The test procedure of the steering gear consists of two series, one with two hydraulic pumps
working and one with one hydraulic pump working.
The following rudder movements will be executed per series:

. from mid ships to 35 starboard


. from 30 starboard to 35 portside
. from 30 portside to 35 starboard
. from 30 starboard to mid ships

The times from 35 degrees from either side to 30 degrees on the other side will be
measured.

043.4 Manoeuvring trials

Manoeuvring trials will be executed, according to the IMO-resolution A 601(15).


The path of the ship will be calculated with a GPS or equivalent position measurement
system. The following properties will be investigated.

. Turning circle characteristics


. Yaw checking and initial turning ability
. Course keeping ability
. Stopping ability
. Sailing astern test
. Crash stop test
. Williams turn

043.5 Speed trials

Speed trials will be held in an area with sufficient water depth (3 to 4 times the trial draught of
the Vessel)

The speed will be calculated out of position measurements during the four times run with a
differential GPS system or equivalent.
During the speed trials the speed log will be calibrated.
The trial will be held in calm water conditions (wind speed max. 2 BF) with sufficient deep
water and in ballast draught.
Speed runs and endurance tests shall be held during the trials at maximum displacement
attainable by ballasting the Vessel with water, using tanks and compartments intended for
this purpose.
Such speed runs and endurance tests shall be held with an engine power as close as
possible under the prevailing circumstances to the engine power as stated in 009.

For the purpose of determining the Vessel's actual service speed, the speed of the Vessel
recorded on the official trials shall be adjusted by calculation as if the official trials had been
carried out in the conditions specified above. The service speed so computed shall be
compared with the service speed mentioned in 009.

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043.6 Endurance trials

An endurance test will be carried out with unmanned engine room at maximum main engine
power, during a period of four hours. The full power speed trials may be included in this
period.
During the endurance trials records will be taken of temperatures and pressures of the main
engine.

043.7 Sound- and vibration measurements

During the endurance test sound- and vibration measurements according to the
requirements of the Flag State Authorities will be carried out.

043.8 Bow and stern thruster trials

Bow and stern thruster will be tested as follows:


. Time elapse for a turning circle of 360 degrees PS, thrusters full power
. Time elapse for a turning circle of 360 degrees SB, thrusters full power

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043.9 Other tests

All other tests as required by Class or Flag State will be executed e.g. such as:
. Black out test
. Fire detection tests
. Emergency stop of each Generator set

046 X-Ray Examination

Non-destructive testing and/or X-ray photographs of welds will be taken at locations indicated
by Class.

048 Planning, Supervision and Procurement

048.1 Planning and progress of work

The engineering phase of the project is considered of great importance to ensure the correct
flow of information to and from all parties involved in the project, by which procurement of
equipment and materials can take place and manufacturing proceed at the right times.

Builder shall submit to Owner schedules stating key events like:

- Purchase major items


- Start steel fabrication
- Start assembling on slipway
- Launching
- Start commissioning machinery systems
- Sea trials
- Delivery

Progress reports shall be submitted to the Owner.

048.2 Supervision

The Owner has the right to supervise the building of the Vessel.

Builder will furnish office accommodation with telephone and heating.

Builder shall give access to workshops and berths, where work is being executed for the
Vessel.

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048.3 Meetings

The meetings between Owner and Builder will in principle be held at the Builders office.
The Builder will make minutes of meetings, which will be send to the Owner.

048.4 Procurement procedures

The most competitive offer complying with the technical requirements of this specification
and makers list and otherwise suitable for the arrangement on board to be selected by the
Builder.
The basis for such an arrangement must be that the maker shall be well known, experienced
and recognised.

He should have spare parts and service available in North Europe and the equipment should
be of equivalent quality to that specified.

Should any obstruction arise in obtaining any of the specified material or maker caused by
short supply or national regulations, the Builder reserves the right to choose other material or
manufacturer in close cooperation with the Owner. The Builder will have the right to take the
final decision.
In case of substitution, cost difference will be settled between Owner and the Builder. Unless
otherwise agreed between the parties, Builders or manufacturers standard shall apply to all
equipment, materials, etc.

All suppliers of main components such as:

- Main engine, and propeller installation


- Main auxiliary generator sets
- Emergency generator set
- Oil treatment equipment
- Main and auxiliary boilers
- Cooling machinery
- Air conditioning plant
- Hydraulic pumps, systems and winches
- Navigation and communication instruments
- Switchboards, starters and manoeuvring consoles
- Side thruster, rudder and steering gear
- Hatch covers.

to submit the terms for later spare part delivery and service of the equipment.
If the Owner wishes to choose a different type or brand than normally used by the Builder of
the equipment where no supplier is specified, and if that implies any price difference, the
Builder has the right to charge for extra costs in purchase and installation according to the
main contract stipulations.

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066 Delivery

The Vessel will be delivered ex-Builder to the Owner with almost empty storage tanks,
complete with equipment, tools and other items, which are described in this Specification.
The entire ship properly cleared and cleaned.
Identical components and equipment mentioned more than once in this Specification will only
be delivered once.

Components and equipment not described in this Specification and not specifically required
by the Class and/or Statutory Bodies are not Builder's delivery.

The Builder shall be responsible for all Owner furnished equipment after delivery to the
Builder.
The Builder shall bring on board and store the Owners supplies without extra costs.

068 Ships model

Two ships models of a scale 1:100 will be supplied to the owner.

072 Standards and Workmanship

072.1 Standards
The Builder will apply his standards, as per Builders standard, for:
- Constructional details like welds, scallops, bolts, flanges, pipefittings, walls in
accommodation etc.
- Outfitting like bollards, railings, manholes, bottom plugs etc.
- Steel construction tolerances according NEN 2140 and NEN 2141
- Piping
- Welding procedures
- Grinding of sharp edges

072.2 Workmanship
Non-specified work will be executed according to Builder's good practice for a commercial
Vessel of the type described.

Construction of the Vessel to be appropriate and reliable, with workmanship to a high


shipbuilding standard.

All materials used in the Vessel's construction and equipment will be new and suitable for the
intended purpose.

Applied makes shall be well known, experienced and recognized with spare parts and
services available worldwide.

All in accordance with standards of the relevant Classification Society (see 031).

Makes and types of machinery and equipment are mentioned in this Specification for the sole
purpose of describing the extent of delivery and the quality of the Vessel. The Builder is
however free to choose equal suppliers after informing the Owner.

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073 Documentation and Drawings

073.1 Approval of Drawings


The Builder shall before starting of the respective construction submit to the Owner for
information two copies of the principal arrangement drawings, according to a list to be agreed
upon. The drawings have to be approved by the owner within 2 weeks.

Copies of other drawings can be supplied on Owners request and at the discretion of the
Builder.

073.2 Change of Specification

Where a part of the specification is subject to change either as the result of an agreed
variation to contract or an agreed change in design, the Builder will issue a specification
amendment.

The Builder will maintain a list of all such amendments and will regularly issue an updated
list.

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073.3 Delivered Drawings

The following drawings, coloured when required, will be framed, protected by perspex and
mounted in an approved location on board the Vessel:

- General arrangement plan


- Capacity plan with deadweight scale
- Safety and fire fighting plan (one for the wheelhouse, and one for each accommodation
deck).
- Manoeuvring information and pilot card (Bridge poster)

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The following schemes, coloured when required, will be made of resopal or gravoply and
mounted in an approved location on board the vessel:

- Bilge/ballast
- 3x Block scheme Bunker procedure acc. USCG
- 3x Block scheme Sludge discharge
- 3x Coloured block scheme of all tanks

073.4 Documents and manuals

The following documents and manuals will be delivered:

- Trim and stability book with loading conditions


- Longitudinal strength conditions
- Damage stability book
- Sounding tables for all tanks, for the following aft trims:
-2 m, -1.5 m, -1 m, -0.5 m, 0 m, +0.5 m
- List of machinery installed with make, type, power etc.
- Manuals for equipment, as far as applicable and available, with:
. General information
. Specification
. Instructions for operation, maintenance
. Information on spare parts
- List of spare parts furnished by the Builder
- SOPEP manual
- Cargo Securing Manual (delivered by the Owner)
- Shaft alignment protocol

076 Stability and Trim

Before signing contract the following provisional loading conditions, to be agreed upon, will
be investigated.

The hereunder-mentioned loading conditions in 10%, 50% and 100% consumable condition:

1. Ballast condition
2. Container Cargo: empty, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 ton / TEU

The vessel will be capable to carry, at summer draft approx. 518 TEU of 14 ton/TEU with a
height of 2591 mm and a VCG at 45% of this height.
The stability criteria are based on IMO A 749,chapter 3.
Kg-max table for intact and damage stability

The preliminary stability calculation will be handed over to the Captain at time of delivery.

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100 HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

101 Materials and Production techniques

101.1 Materials
For the Vessel normal shipbuilding steel qualities will be used according to the requirements
of the Classification Society.

The hull structure is made of normal and higher tensile steel, fully welded. All structural
scantlings are determined for a draught of 7.40 m.
Normal steel : 235 N/mm
Higher tensile steel : 353 N/mm

Non-magnetic steel will be used in the compass area as far as required.

101.2 Production Standards


Builders production standard will be used for tolerances of:
- flatness of plates and stiffeners
- geometry of shaped plates and stiffeners
- assembled hull units
- alignment of structural members

101.3 Grinding
The Builder will use his standards for grinding of sharp edges, appropriate for location and
painting system.

103 Welding

The Builder will use his standard welding procedures, covering:


- edge preparation
- alignments
- undercutting
- gaps
- welding sequences
- permissible defects
- inspection

Plate panels will be welded, where practical, using one-side welding techniques.
Double continuous welding will be applied where required by the Classification Society.
Welding in all tanks and all outside welding will be continuously.

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110 Hull

110.1 General
The Vessel will be of all welded construction with:
- longitudinal framing combined with transverse web frames in double bottom, decks and
shell
- transverse framing in the shell in forepeak, engine room area and aft peak

The hull has a round chine form with a transom stern and a bulbous bow as per G.A. Plan.

The hull is sub-divided into watertight and/or oil tight compartments as per G.A. Plan.

The chain lockers, a Bosun's store, the paintstore, deckworkshop and the bow thruster room
are situated in the fore ship. On the forecastle a breakwater is provided.
The aft ship contains the A.C. room, emergency generator room, the CO2 room, the
workshop, E.R. store, switchboard room, and the steering gear compartment.

Max permissible stack weights:


20 ft 40ft 30ft 45 ft
On tanktop cargo hold 1aft 110 120 135 125
On tanktop cargo hold 1 fore and 2/3 80 105 100 105
On hatches 60 90 70 95
On maindeck for superstructure 90 90 100 95

110.2 Shell
Shell Plating
Shell plating stiffened transversely / longitudinally.

Building frame spacing:


in holds 790 mm
in ER 700 mm
in fore and aft peak 600 mm

Plate thickness in way of sea chests and anchor hawse pipes to be increased.
Hoisting eyes to be fitted for the mounting and repairing of rudder and propeller, orientation in
streamlines.

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110.3 Bottom Structure
The Vessel will have a double bottom construction, which extends from forepeak bulkhead to
after peak bulkhead.

Bottom height in ships centre line:


in ER 2150 mm
In other part 1500 mm

The double bottom will be used for ballast storage tanks except in the engine room, where
engine room tanks will be situated in the double bottom.

Fluid- and air escape openings of sufficient dimensions with regard to the pumping capacity
will be provided in the floors and girders of the double bottom tanks.

In the double bottom a pipeduct at centreline is integrated. Access to pipetunnel via


manholes, lighting and natural ventilation will be provided. Access from engineroom via
manhole cover subject to class.

110.4 Bulkheads
Transverse bulkheads are of flat construction stiffened by vertical profiles, all constructed
according to the rules of the Class.
The main transverse bulkheads are to reach from shell to shell.

110.5 Small Bulkheads, casings, coamings


- Small bulkheads, casings and trunks can be of the corrugated or the plane type,
depending on space available.

- Bulkheads of sanitary or domestic spaces in the deckhouse can be of the corrugated type.
Bulkheads in other wet rooms, stores and workshops will be of the plane. Where practical,
the stiffeners to be located outside the spaces.

- Flat steel coamings with a height of 50 mm will be fitted around openings in the engine
room floor, intermediate platforms and stair-platforms.

110.6 Frames and stiffeners


Frames and stiffeners in general to be of holland bulb type or equivalent, below the upper
deck of the flat type.

110.7 Longitudinal girders, transverses


Longitudinal girders and transverses in general to be built up out of plates.

110.8 Pillars
Pillars in general to be square shaped.

110.10 Stem
The Vessel will have a raked stem of rounded steel plate.
A bulbous bow will be fitted, optimised for the loaded draught.

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110.11 Stern
The stern frame to be of an all welded construction.

With respect to vibrations special attention will be given to:

- smoothness and angle of run of the streamlines to the propeller


- construction of aft ship
- clearance of the propeller to the shell
- attention has to be paid to a smooth transition from stern tube towards propeller hub.

110.12 Scantlings
The scantlings of the hull and the superstructure are in accordance with the relevant rules of
the Class. The hull is strengthened by a combined longitudinal/ transverse frame system.

110.13 Tank arrangement


The major tanks for fuel, lub. oil, water ballast, potable water, and void spaces where
applicable are forming an integral part of the hull construction.

The following tanks are arranged:

Ballast
1 x forepeak
1 x deep tank
9 x double bottom tanks
12x wing tanks
1 x aft peak

HFO tanks
4 x mid tanks
2 x day tanks
1 x settling tank
1 x overflow tank
1 x leak oil/over flow tank ER

MDO tanks
2 x bunker tank
1 x settling tank
2 x day tanks
1 x day tank emergency generator
Oil tanks
1x lub. oil sump tank main engine
1x lub. oil storage tank main engine
1x dirty oil tank
1x sludge tank
1x lub. oil storage tank gearbox
1x thermal oil storage tank
1x thermal oil drain tank

Potable / grey-black water tanks


2x freshwater tanks
1x cooling water drain tank
1x sewage tank
1x bilge water tank

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110.14 Cargo holds/Tank top
The Vessel has a double hull construction between engine room bulkhead and front hold
bulkhead in the fore ship.

The cargo holds are box shaped as far as practicable and suitable for handling container
cargoes conform international standards.
Mechanical ventilation is provided in the cargo holds with a capacity of
6 air changes per hour in hold 1 and enough capacity in hold 2 and 3 to carry 30
reefercontainers of 40 feet in each hold.

The tank top in the cargo hold is strengthened for cargoes up to max. uniform load of 7.5
tonnes/m2 and has a plate thickness according to the Class requirements.
The side plating in the cargo hold have a thickness according to the Class requirements.

110.15 Bilge wells cargo hold


In the cargo holds forward and aft, both PS and SB sides, bilge wells are provided.
The bilge wells are fitted with silt partition plates and provided with perforated covers. Aft
bilge wells of the cargo holds are provided with level alarms acc. to class requirements with
respect to dangerous goods.

110.16 Anchor pockets


Anchor pockets are provided as shown on the G.A. Plan.
Hawse pipes are lead from the shell plating to deck and constructed according to Class
requirements.

111 Foundations
The main engine foundation will be built as a heavy girder together with the floor plates.
Special care to be taken for continuity of strength and rigidity of engine seating.
Engine makers requirements will apply.
Strengthening under the seatings will be made so as to avoid disturbing vibrations.
Care will be taken to provide good access to the holding down bolts.

The auxiliary machinery foundations will have the proper scantlings corresponding to the
effective forces and will be of welded construction with the necessary girders fitted in the
bottom construction or under the related deck.
The foundations will be supported by the structural frame work.
Strengthening under foundations will be made so as to avoid disturbing vibrations.

The foundations of deck machinery will be of suitably welded construction.

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120 Superstructure

Deckhouse

The deckhouse is made of steel and has a shape and lay out according to the General
Arrangement Plan.

Wheelhouse

The wheelhouse is made out of steel, and where required of non-magnetic material.
The magnetic compass is fitted on top deck of the deckhouse.

The shape and lay out of the wheelhouse is as shown on the G.A. plan with an optimum
visibility all around, with exception of the funnel, staircase and the toilet.
The wheelhouse front to be designed in such a way that damage from containers can be
avoided.

Funnel

The funnel is made of steel. Air outlet gratings for the E.R. ventilation are
provided at the aft side of the funnel.
Exhaust gas pipes to be run through the top plate, drain pipes and venting to be provided.

131 Hatches

General:
The hatch covers are of folding type, operated by means of external hydraulic cylinders. The
hatch covers are weather tight and are constructed with flat top plates and are partly of open
web and partly of closed box construction.

Hatch cover dimensions (mm):


The hatch covers have the following dimensions (mm):

Hatch No. Clear Opening No. of panels


Inside Coaming Aft / Forward

1 26.860 x 18.600/13.300 2+2

2 28.440 x 18.600 2+2

3 28.440 x 18.600 2+2

The hatch covers are designed in accordance with the rules of the Classification Society and
calculated for the following loads:

Uniformly distributed load:1,75 t/m (Weather Load)

Container stack load as per point load (for hatch cover strength calculation purpose only):
60 ton for a 20 feet container
70 ton for a 30 feet container
90 ton for a 40 feet container
95 ton for a 45 feet container

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Operation:
The hatch covers are folded by means of hydraulic cylinder. The cylinders are located at the
hinge arms at the transversal end coaming.
Loose items such as twist locks, etc., do not have to be removed before operation.
Guidance of the hatch cover panels during operation will be by means of double flanged
wheels fitted on the port longitudinal coaming. Special plain wheels fitted on the sb side of
the covers will run on similar guide bars and will allow for coaming movement.
The forces from the hatch covers when at sea are transmitted to the coaming by a sufficient
number of steel chocks.
Transverse forces are transmitted primarily to the port side coaming by fixed thrust blocks
and the thrust blocks on starboard side have a degree of free movement.
Longitudinal stoppers are provided on both sides.

Partial opening:
Both cover ends can be opened individually.

Control Stands:
The control stands are located at the longitudinal coamings on SB side in the middle of the
hatch.

Sealing:
Sealing between the hatch cover and coaming is achieved by means of rubber packing,
which is fitted on the panel and tightened against the coaming. The packing is of sliding type,
acting directly on top of the coaming.

Sealing between the hatch cover panels is achieved by means of rubber packing which is
fitted on one panel and tighten against a steel flat bar on the other panel.

Drainage gutter bars are arranged on the coaming and in the joints.
Non-return drainage valves are fitted to the coaming at each hatch corner as well as both
sides of the joint.

The hatch covers are battened to the coaming by quick acting cleats.
The covers are secured in the stowage position by manually operated locking devices.

Container Arrangements:

Container fittings of flush type (110 mm high placed in recesses) and lashing plates are
arranged on the hatch covers.

The distance between containers is:


Transverse : 187 mm (between 8 wide containers)
Longitudinal : 76 mm (for 20 feet containers)
850 mm between lashed stacks
800 mm between lashed/unlashed stacks

The outermost containers rest on shipside supports.


For containers resting on cover/ship there are sliding foundations fitted on shipside as
necessary.

The hatch covers for hold 1 to accommodate water spray system with one hose connection
for each panel.

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131.3 Hydraulic System Cargo Hold Hatch Covers
General:
There is one hydraulic pump unit foreseen. The pump unit which supplies oil flow and
pressure to a single circuit, consists of 2 piston pumps connected to a common supply line.

In the event of failure of one pump, the equipment can be operated with the remaining pump
at reduced speed..
For emergency operation a portable hand operated pump will be provided.

The maximum system pressure is 30 MPa.

Technical Data:
Power : 2 x 42 kW; 3 x 440 V, 60 Hz
Pump capacity : 2 x 42 lt./min

131.5 Entrance hatches

Entrance hatches are provided as required by Class and as shown on the General Arrangement
Plan.

- Hatch to CO2 room


- Hatch to engine room
- Hatch engine room escape
- Hatch steering gear room escape
- 6x Hatch to holds
- Hatch to pump room mid ship
- Hatch to forecastle store
- Hatch to bow thruster room

Small hatches (galvanized) will be equipped with stainless steel mechanism including eyes
for padlocks.
Where handling of hatches is unpractical due to weight counterweights are to be provided,
where ample space for fitting of counterweights is available, gas filled devices are to be
provided.
No aluminium hatches to be fitted.

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132 Manholes

All tanks and void spaces are accessible through a manhole in one of the respective
bulkheads or in the tank top. Manhole size acc. ISO/DIN 83402 or as per GL requirements.
For sealing the manhole covers of the water and oil tanks special packings will be used.
Tanks with a length of less than 3.0 metres are fitted with one manhole.
Tanks with a length in excess of 3.0 metres are fitted with two manholes as far as applicable.
The manhole covers in the cargo holds and on main deck passageways are flush with the
surrounded plating.
All manholes are identified with tank numbers by means of welding beads.

Steps and/or ladders or grips to be provided for easy access, when tank height is above 1.2
mtr.
At top of wing tanks in void spaces manhole covers will be fitted for access to the wing tanks.

133 Steel Doors

The Vessel is provided with steel weathertight musketeer doors where required, and as per
G.A. Plan.
The construction and lay out of the weathertight doors are according Class and Builder's
standards.

The wheelhouse is accessible from the outside by means of aluminium weather tight doors.

In general all steel doors are provided with 4 or 6 toggles, a single cylinder lock and securing
hooks.

The wheelhouse doors (exits to bridge wings) are provided with two toggles, a cylinder lock
and securing hooks.

135 Windows and portholes

135.1 Windows

The wheelhouse is provided with windows all around under an angle of 75 with the
horizontal. Dimensions of wheelhouse windows shall be according to the visibility
requirements of ISO standards.
The thickness of the glass is according to Class. Three front windows in way of control
positions are provided with a window wiper. All front windows are provided with waterspray
nozzles with cold/warm water.

The deckhouse is fitted with windows according to the G.A. Flanges and (where necessary
as required by Class) covers are constructed of steel. Glass frames are made of bronze.
Windowpanes are made of Securitglass with sufficient thickness, as required by Class.
One window in each public space is of the opening type.

135.2 Portholes
Flanges and covers are made of steel, glass frames of bronze.

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139 Drain plugs

All tanks and void spaces in the double bottom of the hull are provided with drain plugs.
Drain plugs in stainless steel with a diameter of 30 mm.

Plug heads for fuel- and lub. oil tanks are different from plug heads for water tanks. Two
different sized sockets and wrenches are provided on board. Close to the drain plugs the
tank numbers are marked with welding beads.

Each layer of the superstructure will be provided with two (2) drainplugs,1 sb and 1 ps;
accessible from deck at outside.
Drainplugs at aftside of superstructure to be messing.

140 Stairs, Ladders, Railings, Platforms, etc.

140.1 Ladders / handrails / stairs


Tanks and exits are fitted with ladders of steel according to Class requirements, and made to
Builder's Standards.

Ladders / railings and handgrips which are fitted for safety purposes ( i.e. on masts and
superstructure etc.) are made of steel and placed on locations where required by the
Statutory bodies.

Outside stairs

Outside stairs are fitted as per G.A. Plan, made of steel and galvanised.
The stairs are provided with anti-skid perforated steps.
The width between handrails is generally 600 mm.
Handrails, applicable for outside stairs are made of steel and galvanised.

Accommodation stairs and handrails

The interior stairs have a width between the handrails of min. 600 mm with an inclination
between stair and deck according rules. Stairs are made of steel, provided with anti-skid
profiles on each step.

Handrails on both sides are made of light metal.


In passageways, at one side, light metal handrails are fitted.

Engine room stairs

Generally stairs in the engine room and other remaining compartments will have a width of
600 mm, and an inclination of about 55 degrees between stair and deck. (if practicable and
possible)
Stairs giving access to the E.R. are made of steel with perforated steps and handrails of
galvanised pipe and are provided with a dust-chute.

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140.2 Railing and sceptre work

The main deck and superstructure decks are fitted with railings as per G.A. Plan.

The top railings on main deck are of 60 mm diameter and the intermediate railings are 27
mm diameter.

The top railings on the remaining decks are of 42 mm size and the intermediate railings 27
mm size.
In general, all railing works on weather-exposed decks are galvanised.
Repairs on welding spots etc. will be done locally by zinc primer.

140.3 Floor plating

The E.R. compartment is (where necessary) provided with steel chequered floor plate. Plates
to be laid in easily removable panels on an open construction of steel angle bar, bolted with
self-tapping screws.
At positions of machinery, valves, etc. located below the floor plates, removable plating is
provided.

150 Additions to Ships construction

150.1 Bilge keels


To reduce the roll amplitudes of the Vessel, at both sides over approx. 1/3 of the vessels
length, a bilge keel to is to be provided. The bilge keel will be welded to flat bars on the shell.
The ends to be bevelled off and smoothly finished acc. to class requirements.

150.2 Chain Lockers


Two separate self-stowing chain lockers to be provided.
A 20 mm thick perforated plate to be fitted 30 cm above underside of chain locker so that the
space in between can serve as trash collector. Walls inside to be flush, if possible.
Chainlockers are self-emptying by means of a pipe direct overboard with scupper below the
paintline.
Each chain locker is fitted with a sounding pipe.

151 Fenders

Half round fender bars to be fitted on the outer shell in consultance with the Owner.

153 Bollards

Bollards are provided according to the G.A. Plan

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154 Lifting lugs / lashings

154.2 Lashings on deck


The tank top and hatch covers are provided with ISO container fittings.

The container fittings are fitted in such manner that the following containers can be stowed:
- 20 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft and 45 ft containers in holds and on deck
- 48 and 49 ft containers in one layer on deck
- 2438 mm and 2500 mm wide containers in holds and on deck.
- 2600 mm wide containers on deck and in holds without cellguides

154.3 Celguides

Cell guide rails will be made of angle bars with entry guides on the upper end and bottom
plates with cones on the lower end.
At the forward and aft bulkhead of each hold fixed cell guides will be provided for the carriage
of 45 feet containers.
Also at the forward and aft end of each hold movable cell guides will be provided for the
carriage of 40 feet containers. These movable cellguides will be provided with fixed platforms
at two levels to be able to connect and monitor reefer containers.
At half length of each hold a movable cell guide will be provided.

Local strengthening in the longitudinal bulkheads will be provided for the pressure elements
of 20 and 30 feet containers and for the separate bay of tankcontainers forward in hold nr. 2.

Cargohold 1
Capacity based on 1 to 7 containers abreast and 4 tiers of 96height.
The length of the hold is capable for 4 x 20, 2 x 30, 2 x 40 and 1 x 45.

Cargohold 2
Capacity based on 5 to 7 containers abreast and 3 tiers of 96height.
The length of the hold is capable for 4 x 20, 3 x 30, 2 x 40 and 2 x 45.

Cargohold 3
Capacity based on 7 containers abreast and 3 tiers of 96height.
The length of the hold is capable for 4 x 20, 3 x 30, 2 x 40 and 2 x 45.

154.4 Loose lashing equipment


All loose (container) lashing equipment (incl. loose storage bins and lashing bars) is not in
Builder's delivery. Fixed boxes or spaces for the storage of this equipment will be provided by
the Builder.

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158 Masts

158.1 Aft mast/ radar pedestals


The folding aft mast, made of steel and operated by a hand winch, and rigged with steel
wires, is situated on the top deck of the wheelhouse as shown on the G.A. Plan.
The mast is fitted with supports and fittings for navigation lights, flag lines, antennas etc.
Access to the top of the mast is by means of climbing steps. Mast to be provided with safety
rings according to authorities.

Pedestal with supports is fitted for each radar.

158.2 Forward mast

The fixed foremast, made of steel, and rigged with steel wires, is situated on the forecastle
as shown on the G.A. Plan.
The mast is fitted with supports and fittings for navigation lights, flag lines, etc.

Access to the top of the mast is by means of climbing steps.

159 Miscellaneous

159.1 Ship's name, port of registration and Owners emblem


The name of the ship and the port of registration are punched at common locations. A
template will be given to the Owner.
The Owner's emblem of 5 mm cut steel plate (or of synthetic material) is fitted on both sides
of the funnel.
Charterers name will be punched on both sides of the Vessel and painted.

159.2 Draught-, Plimsoll and Bow thruster marks


Draught-marks are welded to the hull before launching. Marks are made of
5 mm cut steel plate, numbered in metric units and are positioned as follows:

Stem 1.00 m. up to 9.00 m.


Mid ships 2.00 m. up to 9.00 m.
Stern/rudder 3.00 m. up to 9.00 m.

"Plimsoll" marks are made of 5 mm cut steel plate and are welded to the hull at half length in
accordance with the requirements of Class.

Bow- and sternthruster and bulbous bow marks are made of 5 mm. cut steel plate and are
welded on both sides to the stem above the summer load waterline.

Border lines between bottom, boot top and topside painting on outside shell to be marked
with welded beads, spaced on every frame.

159.3 Nameplates
Pipes on deck are provided with on-deck welded indications.
In general, stainless steel and/or "resopal" type of nameplates are used.
All nameplates are in the English language.

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159.4 Marking
On the outer shell at tank top height, as well as on coaming stiffeners, every 3rd
frame is indicated by a frame number, made of welding beads.
Bulkheads are indicated on the outside shell by welding beads.

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161 Painting
161.1 General

The painting system is in accordance with Builder's Standard, and based on "Sigma
Coatings" paints. In agreement with the owner another reputable quality paint manufacturer
may also be selected.

The final colours will be discussed with the Owner.

The Vessel's name and homeport shall be applied on the common places as well as the
funnel emblems.

161.2 Conservation scheme (minimum dry film thickness in microns):

Plates and Profiles


1 F/C 7177 Sigmaweld MC redbrown 18

Hull upto WL
1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 50
1 F/C 7951 Sigma Multiguard grey 175
1 F/C 7467 Sigma Hullrite black 75
1 F/C 7284 Sigmaplane HB antifouling redbrown 125
1 F/C 7284 Sigmaplane HB antifouling pink 125
1 F/C 7284 Sigmaplane HB antifouling redbrown 125
Dry film thickness 675

Topside, outside bulwark


1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 75
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7528 Sigmadur Gloss colours 50
Dry film thickness 225

Bulwark inside, hatchcoaming


1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 75
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7528 Sigmadur Gloss colours 50
Dry film thickness 225

Decks outside
1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 75
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7528 Sigmadur Gloss colours 50
Dry film thickness 225

Superstructure outside incl. funnel and masts


1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 75
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7528 Sigmadur Gloss colours 50
Dry film thickness 225

Superstructure inside, workshops, stores, decks


1 F/C 7117 Sigmarine Multiprimer MS 9906 offwhite 75
1 F/C 7238 Sigmarine BTD colours 40
Dry film thickness 115

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Steel behind panelling
1 F/C 7117 Sigmarine Multiprimer MS 9906 offwhite 75
Dry film thickness 75

Bilge engineroom
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
Dry film thickness 200

Engineroom (excluding floorplates)


1 F/C 7117 Sigmarine Multiprimer MS 9906 offwhite 75
1 F/C 7238 Sigmarine BTD colours 40
Dry film thickness 115

Cargo hold walls


1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 150
Dry film thickness 150

Hatch covers holdside


1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
Dry film thickness 200

Cargo hold tanktop


1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
Dry film thickness 100

Hatchcovers, weatherside
1 F/C 7417 Sigma Universal primer greenish yellow 75
1 F/C 7466 Sigma CM coating colours 100
1 F/C 7528 Sigmadur Gloss colours 50
Dry film thickness 225

Potable water tanks


1 F/C 7785 Sigmaguard CSF 85 blue 300
Dry film thickness 300

Water ballast tanks, void spaces


1 F/C 7400 Sigmaguard Tankshield primer green 125
1 F/C 7473 Sigmaguard Tankshield coating grey 125
Dry film thickness 250

Sludge tank, sewage tank


1 F/C 7409 Sigma Phenguard primer offwhite 100
1 F/C 7448 Sigmaguard HS greenish grey 10
Dry film thickness 110

Oil tanks
Note: no conservation, oil spray

Chainlockers
1 F/C 7430 Sigma Multimastic aluminium 125
Dry film thickness 125

161.4 Painting equipment and machinery

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Engines, auxiliaries and other equipment, which will be delivered in painted condition, to
have a touch up of damaged spots.

161.8 Surface preparation

Surface preparation of plates and stiffeners


Before construction the steel plates and stiffeners will be grit blasted to Swedish Standard
SIS 05.59.00 - 1967 grade SA 2 and be primed with
18 micrometer low zinc shop primer.
All welds, brushed spots etc. are stripe coated before application of the paint system.
Before painting is started, all surfaces are thoroughly cleaned.

161.9 Galvanizing

The following parts to be galvanised:


. Stairs, railings on open deck
. Fire fighting pipes
. Seawater cooling pipes
. Pipelines of the washing arrangement on hawser pipe
. Ventilation grills
. Ballast- and bilgewater pipes

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163 Cathodic protection

163.1 Anodes

Protection of Openings

Zinc or aluminium anodes of approved type are to be provided in the area of inlet chests and
bow- and stern thrusters according to IWS notation.

163.2 Impressed Current system


An impressed current cathodic protection system for complete underwater hull, rudder and
propeller to be delivered according to IWS notation.

System

- One (1) automatic digital controlled power unit.


- Two (2) recessed titanium anodes with a mixed oxide coating.
- Three (3) recessed high purity zinc reference electrodes

Propeller Shaft Grounding Assembly

- For grounding the shaft to the hull:


Copper ring with silver inlayed slip ring, manufactured to suit diameter of propeller shaft.
Double brush holder with two silver graphite earthing brushes, complete with brush holder
spindle and mA-meter.
- To record propeller shaft potential:
Single brush holder with silver graphite brush, complete with insulated brush holder spindle

Rudderstock grounding

One (1) Rudderstock bonding cable, for grounding rudder to the hull.

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200 PROPULSION AND MANOEUVRING SYSTEM

210 Propulsion System

The design and lay out of the E.R. installation is in accordance with the rules and regulations
of the Class for the notation as per 031. The engine room installation will be outfitted for an
unmanned engine room.
The propulsion plant to be remote controlled from the bridge or from the switchboard room.

The Vessel is provided with one controllable pitch propeller, driven by a main diesel engine,
flexible coupled to the reduction gearbox.

Stopping of the main engine can be done from the main control stand in the wheelhouse, in the
switchboard room or locally at the engine.
Starting of the main engine is possible in the switchboard room, locally at the engine.

211 Propulsion diesel engine

For propulsion of the Vessel, one air-started, non-reversible diesel engine is installed.
The engine is fresh-water cooled through a seawater cooled plate coolers system.
The engines NOx emission is according to IMO, based on the draft of Marine Environment
Protection Committee MEPC 39/6/1.
The engine controls and alarms are in accordance with the requirements of the Classification
Society.

Engine data

Motor type : 4 stroke


MCR : 8400 kW at 500 r.p.m.
S.F.O.C. at MCR : abt. 175 g/kW.h (129 g/PS.H) + 3% based on low
calorific value 10.200 kcal/kg and under ISO condition at makers
testbed.
Heavy Fuel Oil / MDO : Viscosity of 380 cSt at 50C

The engines Nox emission is according to IMO, based on the draft of Marine Environment
Protection CommitteeMEPC 39/6/1

The engine is provided with:

- Control station fitted on engine


- Mechanical/electronic governor
- Gauge board
- Oil mist detector
- Starting-air system
- Air intake filter
- Turbocharger at driving end
- Fresh cooling water
- Fuel system with duplex fuel filter
- Lubrication oil system with :
- Lub. oil plate cooler
- Lub oil pump fitted on engine
- Lub.oil back flush filter
- Lub oil duplex filter
- EIAPP-Certificate

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- One set of special tools
- One set of spare parts as required by Engine supplier
- Instruction and spare parts books

212 Gearbox and Couplings

212.1 Gearbox

One single stage reduction gearbox with vertical offset is installed.

Input revolutions : 500 rpm


Output revolutions : 140 rpm

Gearbox incl.
- Cooling- and lubrication system
- Double filter
- Piping and instruments.
- Stand-by pump with electric motor, coupling and bell housing for freestanding installation.

PTO shaft in roller bearings, main shaft of the gear box in sleeve bearings.

212.3 Flexible couplings

Between the shaft generator and the p.t.o. on the reduction gearbox, a highly elastic shaft
coupling is fitted.

The final design is according to the results of the torsional vibration calculations.

213 Shaft and propeller installation

213.0 General
The controllable pitch propeller installation consists of:
Propeller hub with blades
Shaft line
Pitch servo unit at the forward end of the gear wheel shaft
Shaft line accessories
Hydraulic power equipment
Remote control, combi control with load control

213.1 Propeller with blades


Propeller diameter : approx. 4900 mm
Propeller speed : approx. 140 rpm
Number of blades : 4
Type of blades : moderate skew
Material hub/blades : NiAl bronze
mass moment of inertia including
entrained water, design pitch : approx. 21000 kg m2

Hydraulic system propeller

Oil distribution box.

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The oil distribution box is to supply oil under pressure into the rotating shaft to obtain propeller
pitch adjustments, with following functions.

- onto the unit is fitted a transmitter box with two pitch transmitters and a mechanically operated
indicator for achieved pitch

- transmitting the achieved pitch setting to the pitch indicating and monitoring system

the pitch servo unit is provided with a connection for emergency pitch setting by a separate low-
pressure air-driven pump; if the hydraulic equipment is out of order, with this pump the pitch can
be set in a suitable ahead position (take home device) one pump is supplied per ship set.

The oil distribution box is mounted at the forward side of the reduction gearbox to the propeller
shaft.

Oil distribution (OD) box


Location : forward end of gearbox
Fitted to : gear wheel shaft

Hydraulic power equipment

The hydraulic equipment consists of a power pack tank with build-on equipment and accessories
as follows:
- Two (2) electrically driven pump sets
- Oil cooler for fresh water system, 38 inlet temperature
- Necessary hydraulic parts and sub-assemblies

213.2 Shaft line


The shaft line consists of, from aft to forward:

Propeller shaft

length approx. : 9500 mm


outside diameter aft/fwd approx.:505/420 mm
mass : 9900 kg
- aft end : solid flange
fwd end : hydraulically fitted flange coupling

One set of coupling bolts : pre machined, flange holes finished

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213.3 Stern tube bearings

material of bearing bush : cast iron


material of lining : White metal

Aft bearing bush


effective bearing length : acc. class requirements
with duplex temperature sensor

Forward bearing bush


effective bearing length : acc. class requirements

213.4 Stern tube seals


- non split stern tube seal aft
- non split stern tube seal forward.

213.5 Stern tube


A fabricated mild steel stern tube to be provided.
The stern tube is oil lubricated and provided with a header tank with low-level alarm.

214 Control System Propulsion Installation

214.1 Remote control system

System
The remote control system is electrical.
The system provides for the following types of operation:
free sailing
manoeuvring

Propulsion modes envisaged:


transit mode (one pitch+rpm schedule)
constant fixed rpm

Main items
the system consists of:
single control cabinet in the switchboard room
control panel in switchboard room and in wheelhouse
failure detection system in the control cabinet and local alarm sensors

Control stations and functions


Switchboard room:
control of propeller pitch
engine rpm

Wheelhouse:
combi control
emergency control of propeller pitch

Additional functions
lever line-up system between the control stations
selection of station in control between switchboard room and wheelhouse
selection of station in control between the stations at bridge level

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hydraulic pump logic
change rate limitation
load control
load limitation
- load slow down
- pitch to zero at engine shut down
- wrong pitch alarm

214.2 Bridge Wing Controls


On PS and SB bridge wings a console is fitted with:
- Propulsion control panel
- M.E. tachometer
- Control panel for bow- and sternthruster
- Steering tiller
- Whistle pushbutton
- Rudder indicator

214.3 Emergency telegraph system


emergency telegraph system (lamp type) between wheelhouse and switchboard room

220 Steering and Manoeuvring System

221 Rudder
The vessel is to be provided with a streamlined free hanging balance rudder.

Rudder area : ca. 16.4 m2


Working torque : ca. 400 kN

Rudder Blade:
- Main body of double plate type fabricated of mild steel and fitted internally with vertical
and horizontal plate frames and integrated casting for cone coupling.
- Main body provided with filling- and drain plugs of stainless steel.
- In- and outside preservation.
- Watertight pressure tested.

Rudderstock:
- Made of forged steel
- Cone coupling for rudder blade mounting by oil injection complete with hydraulic nut.
- Stainless steel liners in way of neck bearing and stuffing box.
- Top end of rudderstock machined for steering gear.
- Rudder stock to be provided with fixation ring, this to facilitate steering gear to be
removed with rudder in position.

Rudder trunk:
- Radial neck bearing, steel, provided with high quality bushing of bronze.
- One stuffing box with adjustable gland.
- Manual grease system

222 Steering gear

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To be provided an electro-hydraulic steering gear of the rotary vane type complete with spherical
self-aligning rudder carrier.

Actuator :
Rudder angle : 2 x 60
Steering time one pump : 28 sec
35-0-30 two pumps : 14 sec
Torque abt. : 400 kNm

Rudder carrier:
Design load axial : suitable for the rudder chosen
Design load radial : suitable for the rudder chosen

Steering possibilities:
To be provided two electromagnetic proportional valve groups allowing electric follow up or non-
follow up control or control by an autopilot.

Pump units:
To be provided two independent hydraulic pumps, each driven by an electric motor. Usually, one
pump set shall be operational and the other will be stand-by. Both pump sets can also be used
simultaneously.
Power approx : 18.0 kW
Voltage : 3x440V/60Hz

Emergency steering:
To be provided for emergency steering purposes one rudder indicator and one repeater of the
gyro near the power pack and pushbuttons on the hydraulic power unit for control of the rudder.
Communication acc. to rules.

Control :
- for wheelhouse at main bridge panel with follow up and non follow up control
- for wing control panels non follow up steering levers
- for steering gear room :
one control panel for each pump unit, with switches for start and stop, warning lights and
relays for the ship's alarm system
- for switch board room :
one alarm panel with warning lights and buzzer

Rudder indication system :


Electric rudder indicator system consisting of:
- 1 transmitter of the potentiometer type
- 1 panorama type indicator in the wheelhouse
- 1 rudder indicator at each bridge wing control
- 1 rudder indicator in the steering gear room (mechanical)

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223 Transverse thrusters

223.0 General
The vessel is provided with one bow and one stern thruster.

The transverse tunnel thruster installations consists of:

Transverse tunnel thruster with controllable pitch propeller, pod with right-angle drive and a
tunnel
Flexible coupling
- Electric Motor
Hydraulic power pack for controllable pitch propeller and pod
Control system, with features and functions as described in the relative section

Pod with right-angle drive

Streamlined pod with built-in right-angle gear transmission

Pitch position : mechanical connection between the moving oil pipe in the
propeller shaft and the transmitter

Power transmission

Transmission of power from drive motor to pinion shaft is effected by a flexible coupling on the
pinion shaft.

Hydraulic Power Pack for Thruster

The hydraulic power pack consists of:


- Power pack tank, provided with low-level switch, combined respiration device and filling
connection, drain plug and dip stick.
- One electrically driven pump set
- starter
- Main distribution proportional valve for electric pitch control
- Flow regulator valve
- Return filter
- Pressure safety valve
- Pressure, temperature and level switches acc. to class requirements.

Remote control system

General
The remote control system is of electronically type
The electric motor can be run at one constant speed; the pitch controls the thrust only
Pitch demand is from the lever

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Main items
The system consists of:
Control panel in the wheelhouse
- Control panel at wings
Control cabinet in the thruster room, close to the hydraulic power-pack
Local alarm sensors, directly wired to ship's central alarm system

Functions
Start/stop of hydraulic pump
Start/stop of electric driving motor
Follow-up control of pitch
Overload protection of the driving motor
Control transfer at the bridge
- Indication duties for pitch and E-motor current

223.1 Bow thruster

One bow thruster is installed.

Propeller

Propeller diameter : ca. 1500 mm


Number and type of blades : 4, skewed
Material of hub : NiAl bronze
Material of blades : NiAl bronze
Notes:
the hub contains a hydraulically operated cylinder that is connected to a yoke for propeller
blade adjustment
the hub is oil lubricated

Drive motor

The drive motor is an air cooled AC-Motor acc. class requirements with anti condensation
heating.
Power : 700 kW
Duty : S2-30 min.
Speed : ca. 1800 rpm.

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223.2 Stern Thruster
One stern thruster is installed.

Propeller

Propeller diameter : ca. 1250 mm


Number and type of blades : 4, skewed
Material of hub : NiAl bronze
Material of blades : NiAl bronze
Notes:
the hub contains a hydraulically operated cylinder that is connected to a yoke for propeller
blade adjustment
the hub is oil lubricated

Drive motor

The drive motor is an air cooled AC-Motor acc. class requirements with anti condensation
heating.
Power : 500 kW
Duty : S2-30 min.
Speed : ca. 1800 rpm.

223.3 Bow / stern thruster tunnel


tunnel ready to be welded into the ship and suitable for a vertical drive motor
tunnel diameter bow thruster : ca. 1550 mm
tunnel diameter sternthruster : ca. 1300 mm
Seating for vertical drive motor welded onto the tunnel
Notes: if special maintenance of the drive mechanism is required, demounting can be effected
to the extent required without affecting the tunnel.

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300 PRIMARY SHIP SYSTEMS

302 Piping

Materials

All pipes are made of steel.


Pipes in oil systems are made of black steel, pipes in sea- and bilge water systems are hot dip
galvanised.
Flange connections above electric cabinets should be avoided.

Velocities in pipelines in general in accordance with the following values:


. MDO Suction side 2.0 m/s, pressure side 3.0 m/s
. HFO Suction side 1.5 m/s, pressure side 2.5 m/s
. Lub oil Suction side 1.0 m/s, pressure side 2.5 m/s
. Air 20 m/s
. Cooling water fresh 2.5 m/s
. Ballast (steel) 3.0 m/s
. Bilge acc. to class requirements

Piping diameters and wall thickness are designed in accordance with rule requirements of Class
and/or to Builders Standards.
Each system is designed for full load condition and for the ambient conditions as described in
008.
Air pockets in pipelines will be avoided as far as possible. Where pockets occur, bosses with a
cock or screwed plug for venting will be provided.

Velocity of fluids in various piping systems will be according to Class requirements and Builders
Standards.

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Piping material as per following diagram:

System Location Pipematerial Thickness Remarks


Bilge/ball./fifisystem
Bilgesystem E.R. Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
in shipstruct. Steel
Ballastsystem E.R. Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Double bottom Steel
Heeling system Pumproom Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Firefightingsystem inside ER Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
outside ER
Sanitarysystem
Cold/hotwater E.R. Copper Normal thickness
Accom. Copper Normal thickness
Flushing toilets Accom. Copper Normal thickness
Sewage Inside accomod Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Inside ER Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Thermal oil system E.R. Seamless Normal thickness Black
Dirty oil system E.R. Steel Normal thickness Black
Coolingw.system E.R. seawater Steel Normal thickness Galvanised

E.R. freshwater Steel Normal thickness Black


Luboil system E.R. Seamless Normal thickness Black, pickled and flushed
Fueloilsystem Outside E.R. Seamless Normal thickness Black
Inside E.R. Seamless Normal thickness Black, engine supply lines pickled+flushed
Startingairsystem/ Seamless Normal thickness Black

Workingairsystem Seamless/copper <=DN32


(metricpipe)
Controlairsystem Seamless Normal thickness <=DN32 (metricpipe)
/copper
Hydraulicsystems Seamless material and Black,pickled and flushed <=DN32
thickness depen- (metricpipe)
On deck Stainless steel ding on pressure
Scupperpipes Steel Thickwalled Galvanised
Airpipes In ballast tanks Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Other Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Cablepipes Inside tanks Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
others Steel Normal thickness Galvanised
Soundingpipes Fuel Oil Steel 88,9 Black
Ballast tanks Steel 60,3 Galvanised
Others Steel 48,3 Galvanised

For the colour scheme of the pipes see appendix B.

305 Appendages

Each system is provided with the necessary valves and fittings according to Builders standards.
In general, valves of the butterfly type are used. Butterfly valves, which are in contact with
seawater and/or bilge water systems, are executed with internal rubber linings to avoid corrosion.
All valves fitted to the shell to be nodular iron or cast steel and to be of the seat type. Valves
smaller than 50 mm to be of bronze or equivalent.
Helden type couplings will be used as far as accepted by the Authorities.
Thermostatic valves will be provided with a manual operated handle (emergency).
Pipe- and flange dimensions are in accordance with I.S.O.-standards. All in- and outlet openings
below the deep waterline must be capable of being closed with a valve for carrying out of
maintenance works.

310 Bilge, Ballast, and Internal Fire Fighting System

310.0 General
The described systems are provided with the following pumps:
No. Capacity Head

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Total (m/hr). (m.w.c.)
Bilge/Ballast pumps 2 300 19
General service pump-I 1 100 75
General service pump-II 1 100 75
Bilge ejector hold 1 30
Bilge ejector bow thruster room 1 30
Ballast ejector 1 80
All pumps are electrically driven and of the centrifugal type with bronze casing, bronze
impeller and stainless steel shaft.
The suctions of the ballast pumps and general service pump-I are connected to the main
seawater cross over. This line is connected via the main seawater filters to the upper and
lower sea chests in the forward E.R.
The general service pump-II has a direct suction in the pump room (btw. Hold 1 and hold 2).
General service pump-I in the engine room and the general service pump-II in the pump
room can be remotely started from the wheelhouse, according regulations for dangerous
goods class 1.

310.1 Bilge water separator


In the E.R., one automatically operated bilge water separator is installed. The suction line is
connected to the engine room bilges, cargo hold bilges and the bilge water storage tank,
discharge overboard.

Capacity : 2.5 m/h


Alarm : 12.5 ppm
Stop : 15 ppm

The unit is provided with an automatic oil drain system, oil content alarm type OCD1 and an
electric heating element in order to preheat the bilge water before separating.
The separator is in accordance with the MARPOL regulations.

310.2 Ballast system


Filling and discharging of the water ballast tanks is done by means of a remote controlled
operating system. Between engine room bulkhead and cargo hold bulkhead fore ship, 2 main
ballast lines are led, with branch suctions to the respective ballast tanks. The remote
controlled valves (butterfly type) are fitted on the branch suction lines in the adjacent tank.
Via the PS and SB ballast main, filling and emptying of tanks can be done independently.
Stripping of tanks to be made via an ejector in the engine room.

The suction pipes in the ballast tanks are provided with a conical inlet piece, which is
mounted as close as possible to the tank bottom.

In the engine room one hydraulic pump unit and a control cabinet is placed with remote
controls and mimic diagram regarding the ballast system. For emergency purposes a
portable hand pump is fitted. All ballast valves are remote controlled by means of hydraulics.

The layout and functioning of the remote controlled ballast system is according to Class
requirements.

310.6 Bilge system


In the engine room a bilge manifold is provided, and connected to the bilge lines of the
engine room, cargo hold bilges, and void spaces (if required by the Class). This manifold is
connected to the bilge ejector E.R and to the bilge/ballast pumps.

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The bow thruster room is drained via an ejector, which is fed by the deck wash line, primed
by one of the general service pumps.
Choice can be made in the forecastle by means of hand-operated valves.

According to the SOLAS requirements for the transport of dangerous gases and fluids, the bilge
system of the cargo hold bilge-wells is a separate system apart from the general bilge system
located in the engine room.

Therefore the discharge lines of the cargo hold bilge wells are connected with one (1) ejector,
which is fed by driving water from one of the general service pumps.
In case of failure the second general service pump can be used.
Valves, connected to this bilge system are hand operated.
The capacity of the cargo hold bilge ejector and prime movers are determined after final
calculations have been made and approval by the Class.

Bilging in case of activating the sprinkler system during carriage of dangerous goods class 1
in hold no 1 takes place using the bilge / ballast pumps.

310.8 Deck wash/fire fighting system

The deck wash/fire fighting system is designed in accordance with Class requirements.

On main deck two deck-wash/fire fighting lines are led at PS/SB side between the fore- and
aft ship. Connections are provided at appropriate locations.
Outside the deckhouse at each deck level one connection is provided.

An international shore connection is placed at a proper location.

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311 Fixed fire fighting arrangement

311.1 CO2 Fire extinguishing installation engine room

A CO2 fire fighting system is to be provided for the engine room. The CO2-bottles are stored
in a separate CO2-room at main deck level only with access from open deck. The CO2 fire
fighting system engine room to be combined with the cargo hold CO2-system.
For the engine room the collecting line in the CO2-room will be provided with CO2 main stop
valve. For the operation of the main valve and the required CO2- cylinders for the E.R., a
pneumatic control box to be used.
This control box is located near the entrance of the Engine room, together with the S.O.S.
valves.
From the main valve a distribution line to be fitted to the engine room, there connected to a
sufficient number of CO2 discharge nozzles. (distribution acc. Class).

311.2 CO2 Fire extinguishing installation cargo hold


A CO2-firefighting system is to be provided for the cargo holds, the CO2-bottles are stored in
the CO2-room as described in 311.1, this system to be combined with the engine room CO2-
system.

For a sample extraction smoke detection system the CO2 piping also will be used as suction
pipes for taking air samples out of the cargo hold.
In each detection line (suction pipe) there is mounted a three-way valve.
Normally these three-way valves are positioned for smoke sampling purposes, which
automatically blocks the way to the manifold with the CO2 cylinders. If the fixed CO2 system
has to be activated the three-way valves of the cargo holds has to be operated first. The way
to the smoke detector will be blocked and the way to the manifold shall be opened. After
changing the position of the three-way valve the required CO2 cylinders can be opened by
hand, one after another.

A separate CO2 system will be provided for the galley with one cylinder according to the
authorities.

311.3 Fixed Water Spray System


Cargo-hold no.1 is equipped with a fixed water spray system for the transport of dangerous
goods class 1 (explosives). Therefore all cargo hold hatch covers are provided with water
spray nozzles at the bottom side. These nozzles are connected to an internal pipe system
with hose connections at one side of each hatch cover panel to the deck wash/fire fighting
line.

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311.4 Watermist system

The fixed local application watermist system will consists of an electric pump feeded by the
fresh water tank or sea water. The pump shall be placed on a safe distance from the
protected objects.
The outlet connection of the pump will be connected on a supply pipe to the manifold. On the
manifold two directional valves, electrically operated will be mounted. On each directional
valve a piping system with nozzles will be connected for each protected object.

312 Loose Fire Fighting Equipment

312.1 Fire extinguishers


Fire extinguishers as required by the Statutory Bodies are provided on board, all of them of
an approved type.

312.2 Fire hoses


Fire hoses and nozzles are of an approved type and stored near the fire-main connections in
boxes.

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320 Fuel Oil Systems

320.1 General
Two fuel oil systems are provided for the various consumers:

HFO: For main engine


MDO: For oil burner, diesel generators and emergency generator

In general the tank system and the fuel supply is laid out for HFO 380 cSt/50C.
The bunker tanks are filled from fuel-oil filling stations, located on main deck amidships on
SB and PS.
The bunker tanks are connected to a bunker over flow system. Therefore the
de-aerating pipes of the fuel tanks are lead to the fuel over-flow-tank, which is provided with a
high level alarm.
From the fuel over-flow-tank a main de-aerating pipe is lead to the main deck. Emptying of
over-flow-tank via the fuel oil transfer pumps.

Two fuel transfer pumps, one for HFO and one for MDO, are installed. Each pump can also
be used as a stand by pump.
The fuel oil is transferred from the bunker tanks to the HFO settling-tank and / or fuel day-
tanks.
The HFO settling-tank is provided with an automatic filling system.
The possibility exists to transfer the fuel oil from the settling- and day-tank in return to the
bunker-tanks and / or the main bunker station on deck.

Fuel transfer pumps:

HFO transfer pump


One HFO transfer pump, suitable for fuel HFO 380 cSt at 50 C.
(The HFO pump can be used as a standby pump for MDO)

Execution : screwtype
Capacity : 10 m3/hr.
Discharge head : 3 bar
Speed : 1750 rpm

MDO transferpump
One MDO transferpump to be installed with the following capacity:
(The MDO pump can be used as a standby pump for HFO)

Execution : screwtype
Capacity : 5 m3/hr.
Discharge head : 3 bar
Speed : 1750 rpm

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320.2 HFO-system

The heavy fuel oil, which has been transferred from one of the pre-heated bunker tanks to
the pre-heated settling-tank, is taken by the feed pump to the fuel oil separator in order to
separate water and sludge sediments from the fuel oil. Before the fuel oil reaches the
separator, the fuel oil is brought up to the required separation temperature and viscosity by a
heater, which is built on the separator unit.
The separator unit consists of two self-cleaning fuel separators, built on a common frame
with corresponding thermal oil heat exchangers and a control cabinet.
The separators are able to operate as a single pack (one of the separators is stand-by) or in
serial configuration (the separators are operating at the same time) in which separator no. 1
is purifying the oil and separator no. 2 is clarifying the oil.
After purifying / clarifying, the fuel oil is transferred to one of the fuel oil day-tanks.

The temperature of the fuel oil in the day-tanks is maintained to the required values by
heating coils. From the HFO day-tank (or MDO day tank if changing over the fuel) the fuel oil
is led, by means of two supply pumps (one is a stand-by pump) to the fuel mix tank via the
automatic back flush filter.

Two circulating pumps (one is stand-by) supply the fuel oil from the mix tank to the fuel
pumps of the main engine, via one of the two end-heaters, the viscosity control station and
the duplex filter. The fuel booster system is built on a steel framework and welded to its
foundation in the engine room.

The above described booster unit comprises of the following:

changeover valve HFO-MDO system


2 supply pumps (one pump is a stand-by) of the screw type, equipped with built-on safety
valves and electro motors
one pressure control/overflow valve
automatic fuel back flushing filter with by-pass filter
one mix tank
two circulation pumps (one pump as stand-by) of the screw type, equipped with built-on
safety-valves and electro motors
two thermal oil end heater
viscosimeter for the control of the oil viscosity
one flow gauge
one control cabinet with starters for the pumps, automatic filter and viscosimeter

The control / alarming is according Class requirements.


In general, heated pipelines above 60 C are insulated.

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Capacities

HFO Separator 2 x (belt-driven type):


Capacity (max.) : 2200 l/h
Separation temperature : 98 C.

Booster unit with:

- HFO supply Pump 2x :


Execution : screwtype
Capacity : 4.7 m3/h
Discharge head : 4.0 bar
Speed : 3500 rpm

- HFO circulating Pump 2x :


Capacity : 6.0 m3/h
Discharge head : 4.0 bar (total bar)
Speed : 2900 rpm

- Automatic backflushfilter
- Mix tank

- Endheater
Flow : 3300 l/h

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320.3 MDO system
The MDO can be transferred from the bunker tank to the MDO settling tank, to the MDO day-
tank or to the emergency generator day-tank by one of the fuel oil transfer pumps as
described per 320.1. or by the MDO separator via the separator supply pump. The
emergency generator day-tank is fitted with a overflow/return line to the MDO settling tank in
the E.R.

The MDO separator is of the self-cleaning belt-driven type.

Capacity (rated) : 600 l/h

From the MDO day-tanks, supply lines are led to the auxiliary diesel engines, mix tank main
engine and oil fired boiler.
The main supply line from the day-tank to the various consumers is provided with a coarse
filter / water indicator and by-pass.
One MDO-tap (self closing) is fitted in the supply line.

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323 Heat generation

323.0 General

The heat on board will be generated in a thermal oil system consisting of:

. one oil fired thermal oil heater with sufficient capacity for harbour- and seagoing duties

. one exhaust gas heated thermal oil heater with sufficient capacity for seagoing services

The thermal oil is circulated through the oil fired- and exhaust gas boiler to the various consumers
by two circulating pumps, from which one is stand-by.

The oil-fired heater stands in series with the exhaust-gas-boiler and will automatically switch on
when the heat produced by the main engine is not sufficient.

The system will be provided with an electronic minimum flow control set, while the bunker tanks
will be provided with a minimum temperature valve (One in common).

The thermal oil system will serve the following consumers (HFO):

- fuel oil bunkers and overflow tank


- fuel oil settling tank
- fuel oil service tanks
- fuel oil overflow/leak oil tank
- sludge tank
- dirty oil tank
- fuel oil separator heaters
- lubricating oil separator heaters
- fuel oil end heaters
- fuel oil automatic back flush filter
- central heater for AC and hot water system

The capacities are based on reference conditions as mentioned in chapter 008

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323.1 Oil fired thermal oil heater

The oil fired thermal oil heater to be installed suitable for burning MDO.

Capacity : 700 kW
Supply temperature : 180 C.
Return temperature : 140 C.
Fuel : MDO

323.2 Exhaust gas economizer

The heater will be installed in the exhaust gas line of the main engine. Capacity based on 75%
MCR of the engine.
The economizer will be provided with one integrated exhaust gas damper section in case of a low
heat demand.

Capacity : 700 kW
Supply temperature : 140 C.
Return temperature : 180 C.

323.3 Thermal oil circulating pumps


To be provided two thermal oil circulating pumps, one acting as stand by, suitable for pumping
thermal oil without cooling.

Capacity : 32 m3/h
Speed : 3500 rpm
Power : 6.0 kW

323.4 Thermal oil expansion tank

A thermal oil expansion tank to be provided to compensate volume differences of the thermal oil.
Tank fitted with alarm for low level and switches for minimum level and maximum level, which
switches off the burner and circulating pumps.

323.5 Tracing
Where possible electric tracing will be used for heating of HFO pipes, otherwise thermal oil
will be used.

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330 Cooling water system

330.1 Cooling Water System Main Engine and Main Generator sets

Main engine

The main diesel engine is fresh-water cooled by means of a central plate cooler system.

The cooling water system consists of a Low Temperature (LT) system and a High Temperature
(HT) system. The HT-pump is engine driven.

The L.T. system of the main engine is connected to the lub. oil cooler and turbo charger main
engine the lub. oil cooler of the reduction gearbox and the hydraulic unit of the controlled pitch
propeller.

The H.T. system is connected to the following heat exchangers:


central heating system / pre-heating main engine.
freshwater generator

For the pre-heating of the main engine a circulation pump is provided.

One expansion tank is installed with fittings and accessories as per Class requirements.
A freshwater filling line is placed near the expansion tank.

The control of the L.T. and H.T. cooling water system is by means of thermostatic valves and
executed acc. Class requirements.

One electrically driven LT and one HT stand-by cooling water pump is installed.

For cooling water drain purposes, a drain tank of suitable capacity is constructed in the double
bottom of the engine room. Refilling of the cooling water system is done by means of the
circulation pump of the main engine preheating system.

Main Generator Sets

The main generator sets are cooled with freshwater by means of plate coolers.

The diesel engine of the emergency generator set is radiator / fan cooled.

330.2 Plate-coolers
The main engine and auxiliary generator sets are cooled by means of plate coolers provided with
a back-flushing system.

Capacity : L.T. 1590 kW


: H.T. 2180 kW
Execution : H.T./L.T. section
Plate material : Ti Gr 0.5 mm

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330.5 Cooling water pumps and preheating/drain pump


Main engine:

- 2 x main seawater cooling pumps


Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 480 m3/h
Discharge head : 25 mwc
Speed : 1750 rpm

- 1x spare HT cooling pump


Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 130 m3/h
Discharge head : 30 mwc
Speed : 3500 rpm

- 1x spare LT cooling pump


Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 180 m3/h
Discharge head : 30 mwc
Speed : 3500 rpm

- 1x Preheating/drain pump main engine


Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 15 m3/h
Discharge head : 10 mwc
Speed : 1750 rpm

Auxiliary engines:

- 2 x Freshwater cooling pumps


Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 80 m3/h
Discharge head : 25 mwc
Speed : 1750 rpm

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340 Domestic Water and Sanitary System

Fresh water system

The fresh water tanks are located in the aft ship. Fresh water can be generated by a fresh
water generator (see section 340.1).
The generated fresh water is led to the freshwater bunker.
Additionally the tanks can be filled up via a shore connection located at the aft deck.

One suction line is led from the freshwater bunker tanks to the fresh water pressure set.
The fresh water pressure set, is installed in the E.R. and provided with two fresh water
pumps, one as stand by.

Capacity : 1,5 m3/h each,

A freshwater UV sterilizing unit and a carbon filter is fitted in the main supply line, which
leads to the various consumers.

The suction lines and the supply lines to the pressure tank and the hot water boiler are made
of galvanised steel or copper.
All lines to fresh water consumers in the accommodation are made of copper or synthetic
flexible pipes according Class requirements.
The following consumers are connected to the cold water system:

Wheelhouse:
Nozzle at each front window

Accommodation:
Washbasins, showers and taps in galley and laundry
Toilet flushing

On deck and in engine room:


1 tap point on bridge deck, boat deck and poop deck;
1 supply for fresh water expansion tanks;
1 washbasin in the change room
1 washbasin in the separator room
1 washbasin in the workshop
fuel/lub.oil separators, bilge water separator, air-conditioning plant etc.
1 supply washing device main engine turbine
1 supply washing device economizer

In the E.R., a boiler of 300 ltr. capacity is provided. This boiler is heated by the central
heating system (see section 373). The hot water is circulated through the system by means
of a hot water circulation pump.
All piping is made of copper. The hot water system is provided with thermal
insulation at important working areas.

The following points are connected to the hot water system:

Wheelhouse:
- Spray system front windows

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Accommodation:
Washbasins, showers and galley

Below main deck:


Washbasin in separator room and workshop
Washbasin in change room

The cold fresh water system and the hot water system are, where necessary, provided with
separation valves and drain plugs.

340.1 Fresh Water Generator

One freshwater generator to be installed in the cooling water circuit of the main engine, using
HT water for the evaporation of sea water.
The distiller consists of a evaporator and a condenser section. An ejector, fed from the
combined condenser cooling ejector water pump, creates the vacuum.
One salinometer with solenoid valve dumps too salt distillate to the bilge.
An inhibitor tank will be installed in potable water line of the distiller.

Capacity : 10 ton/day

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343 Sewage system

All grey and black water discharges from toilets, washbasins, laundry, galley, etc. are led to a
biological sewage treatment plant or sewage tank in the E.R.

Capacity : for 14 persons

Discharging of the sewage is done either overboard, via a pipe connection in the aft-peak
ballast tank or via a shore connection on main deck with the sewage pump.

Sewage Pump:
Execution : centrifugal
Capacity : 6 m3/h
Dischargehead : 16 mwc
Speed : 3500 rpm

It is possible to flush the sewage tank internally by a spray pipe, which is connected to the fi-
fi main pipeline.

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350 Sounding, Filling and De-aeration Piping

350.1 Level gauges (visual)

The following tanks are provided with level gauges with content showing:

day tank and settling tank MDO


day tanks and settling tank HFO
expansion tanks cooling water, thermal oil, hydraulic oil and lub.oil propeller shaft seals
storage tanks lub. oils and thermal oil

350.2 Sounding and de-aerating pipes

Sounding pipes

The following tanks are provided with sounding pipes:

Ballast tanks
tanks, being part of the hull, containing fuel, sludge, potable water and / or oils
sewage tank

Furthermore sounding pipes are provided for the cargo hold bilge wells, cofferdams in double
bottom and void spaces which are part of the hull.

Material of pipelines see chapter 302

The sounding pipes are led from the bottom up to deck and have dimensions and diameters
according to Class requirements. The pipes are provided with
brass caps.

Underneath each sounding pipe a stop plate is welded.

De-aerating pipes

De-aerating pipes and caps are fitted according Class requirements and Builders standards.

De-aerating pipes are made from steel, and the caps from aluminium. Ballast-and freshwater
tank vent pipes are galvanized.

De-aerating caps of freshwater tanks are fitted with an anti-insect gauze and fuel tanks with a
flame arrestor.

The main engine and auxiliary engines are provided with de-aerating pipes (if required by the
Class), which are led to the top of the funnel.
These pipes are provided with a drain in the engine room in order to drain condensed water.

The vent of sewage plant is combined with the deaerating pipe of the sewage tank is led to
the top of the funnel.

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350.3 Tank sounding System

A pneumatic sounding system is installed based on the air bubble system with readings on
a control cabinet in the engine room.

The pilot lines to the tanks are made of Class approved synthetic material.

The following tanks are connected with the pneumatic sounding system:

Ballast Tanks
HFO bunker tanks
MDO bunker tanks
Lub oil sump tank
Dirty oil tank
Sludge tank

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360 Lubrication Oil System

360.1 Lub. oil systems main and auxiliary engines

The main engine is provided with a dry-sump lubrication system.

The build on lub. oil pump of the main engine circulates the lub. oil from the oil sump (lub oil
circulation tank) via a self cleaning lub. oil filter and a duplex filter to the internal of the main
engine.

Receiving of the lub. oil, back in the oil sump takes place by free draining into the oil pan of
the main engine. From the engine oil pan a (flexible) drainpipe is led to the sump tank. The
sump tank is integrated in the engine foundation.

Filling of the oil sump is made possible by connection lines with gravity from the lub.oil
storage tank or with the lub.oil trim pump.

Discharging of the oil sump is possible by operating the dirty oil pump, with a connection line
to the dirty oil tank.

In the lub.oil system of the main engine one automatic, self cleaning lub. oil separator is
installed, including heater, pump and controls.
The separator is built on a common frame together with the control switchboard and heater.

The auxiliary diesel engines are provided with a wet sump lubrication system with
built on filters, pump and cooler.

Pump data:

1 x Spare Lub oil pump main engine.


Execution : Screw type
Capacity : 180 m3/h
Head : 10 bar

1 x Lub oil transfer pump


Execution : Screwtype
Capacity : 5 m3/h
Head : 2 bar

1x Lubrication Oil Separator (belt-driven type):


Rated (max.) : 2650 l/h
Separation temperature : 95 C.

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360.6 Dirty oil system

The dirty oil tank is collecting wasted oil and spills from the following machinery:

lub. oil circulation tank main engine


gearbox
auxiliary diesel engines
oil drip pans

Discharging of the dirty oil tank is possible by means of an electrically driven combined dirty
oil / leak oil / sludge pump.
The discharge pipe is led to an international shore connection on main deck at the bunker
station.

Pump data:

Execution : membrame pump


Capacity : 10 m3/h
Head : 7 bar

360.8 Sludge system


Sludge, resulting from the separation processes of the fuel / lub.oil separators and the bilge
water separator, is led to the sludge tank.
On bottom level the sludge tank is provided with a self-closing valve with funnel for draining
the separated water into the bilge water tank. Discharging of sludge tank via the dirty oil /
sludge pump (see 360.6).

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370 Ventilation, Air conditioning and central heating

371 Ventilation

371.1 General

The vessel is provided with mechanical ventilation at the following locations:

- Accommodation cabins
- Switchboard room
- Engine room
- Bowthruster room
- Emergency gen. Room
- Wheelhouse windows defrosting
- Holds
- Steeringgear room

Mechanical exhaust ventilation is provided at the following locations:

- Sanitary spaces
- Galley
- CO2 room
- Workshop

The capacities and dimensions of fans, air ducts, gratings and fire dampers are in
accordance with Class requirements.
Ventilation gratings are made of galvanised steel.
Fire dampers where applicable, are opened/closed by hand.
Emergency stop buttons/switches are installed at a central place according Class
requirements.

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Mechanical ventilation system

In general, all start/stop switches of fans are located in the switchboard room except the
following fans, which are having local switches:

exhaust fan workshop


exhaust canopy galley
supply fan emergency generator room (automatically started)
supply fan bow-thruster room (automatically started)

Secondary ventilation ducts in the accommodation and engine room are made of galvanised
thin-walled piping or / and thin-walled galvanised steel sheets.

371.2 Design Conditions


In winter and summer time there should be sufficient capacity
available so that the following inside conditions will be kept
at the following outside condition:

Winter Summer
Outside : - 20 C 35 C 70% RH
Inside : + 20 C 29 C 60% RH
Wind velocity 5 m/sec
Sea water 32 C

The air conditioning plant can be used for max. 50% return air, however, in air balance with
the supply and exhaust of the accommodation during the most extreme conditions.
Galley and Wheelhouse are served by air conditioning system without temperature guaranty
under all circumstances.

The installation will be based on the following number of air changes per hour:

Supply Exhaust
Wheelhouse 12 x AC
Cabins 8 x AC
Mess 12 x AC
Galley 15 x AC 1000 m3/h
Laundry 15 x MV
Prov store 6 x AC
San. Spaces 15 x MV
Engineroom 2 x 80000 m3/h
Hold No 1 6 x 2 x 8700 m3/h
Hold No 2 see 110.14
Hold No 3 see 110.14

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The cargo holds are ventilated by means of sufficient supply fans per cargo hold, delivering
the air to the hold.
Exhaust ducts are located as per GA plan.
The fans are in explosive-proof execution according the SOLAS requirements for carrying of
dangerous cargo.

The ventilating plants comprises:

AC-1 Supply accommodation cabins.


AC-2 Supply switchboard room
S -1/2 Supply engine room
S- 3 Supply bowthruster
S- 4 Supply emergency gen room
S- 5 Supply wheelhouse windows defrosting
S- 6 Supply hold I
S- 7 Supply hold II
S- 8 Supply hold III
S- 9 Supply steeringgearroom

Exhaust
E-1 Exhaust sanitary spaces
E-2 Exhaust galley
E-3 Exhaust co2
E-4 Exhaust workshop

371.3 Ventilation supply

S 1/2 Supply engine room:


The plant delivers fresh air to engine room.
The system consists of:
- Two axial flow fans with two speed el motors
- ca 80 M2 galvanised distribution ducts.
- inlet grilles in ducts in engine room.

Air flow : 2 x 80000 M3/H

S 3 Supply bowthruster room


The plant delivers fresh air to bowthruster room
The system consists of:
- One axial flow fan
- One spiralo duct system

Air flow : 7000 M3/H

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S 4 Supply emergency generator room
The plant delivers fresh air to emer gen room
The system consists of:
- One axial flow fan
- Square ducts

Air flow : 5000 M3/H

S 5 Supply wheelhouse windows defrosting


The plant delivers heated air to wheelhouse windows
The system consists of:
- One tube fan
- One electric heater 3 KW
- Uninsulated Spiro duct pipe system
- 6 Norvent louvers for defrosting the wheelhouse windows
- Recirculating grids

Air flow : 460 M3/H

S 6 Supply hold I
The plant delivers fresh air to hold I
The system consists of:
- Two axial flow fans with el motors in EexD IICT5 execution.

Air flow : 8700 M3/H

S 7+8 Supply hold II+ III


The plants deliver fresh air to holds II+hold III
Each system consists of:
- Sufficient axial flow fans with el motors in EexD IICT5 execution.

Air flow : see 110.14

S 9 Supply steeringgear room


The plant delivers fresh air to the steeringgearroom
The system consists of:
- One axial flow fan

Air flow : 7000 M3/H

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371.4 Ventilation exhaust

E 1 Exhaust sanitary spaces


The plants exhausts the air from the toilet cabins, showers, changing room and transports it
direct to the open air.

The system consists of:


- A centrifugal fan
- One uninsulated spiroduct airpipe system
- 16 Exhaust nozzles.

Air volume : 1200 M3/H

E 2 Exhaust galley
A centrifugal fan exhausts the air, via a grease filter, in a canopy over the stove and
transports it to the open air.

The system consists of:


- A canopy with grease filters and light, electric motor in three steps.
- Uninsulated duct between fan and outlet facility (ducts thickness max 1.5 mm)

Air volume : 1000 M3/H

E 3 Exhaust CO2 room


The plant exhausts the air from the co2 room and transports it direct to the open air.
The plant consists of:
- A tube fan
- An uninsulated spiro pipe system

Air volume : 100 M3/H

E 4 Exhaust workshop
The plant exhausts the air from the workshop and transports it direct to the open air.

The plant consists of:


- A tube fan
- An uninsulated spiro pipe system

Air volume : 300 M3/H

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372 Central ventilation unit/air-conditioning

372.1 AC 1 Supply Accommodation

The supply accommodation serves:

wheelhouse
crew cabins
bedrooms
mess rooms
galley
provision store
cargo office
Suez room
Talley office
Changing room
Laundry

In the central unit the outside air and the recirculated air can be mixed, filtered, heated,
cooled, and via a centrifugal fan pressed to the pre-insulated single duct air pipe system.

The air supplied will leave the cabins via a grille in the cabin door, and will come in
recirculation via the corridor and the recirculation duct to the central
unit, or leave the accommodation either by the exhaust sanitary spaces or via the overflow.

The system consists of:

One central air handling unit and a condensing unit,


built together on a common frame and placed in AC-fan room.

- One central unit incl.:


- a mixing box
- a filter box with viledon clearable filters
- a heating section with a heater
- a fan section with a centrifugal fan
- a cooling section with a cooler suitable for R-404
- drip pan, mist eliminator
- a distribution box
- a frost protection thermostat.
- Pre-insulated single duct system
- Needed smoke flaps.
- 32 Cabin-units with sound absorber.
- 26 room thermostats

Air volume : 72000 M3/H two speed


Fan motor : 7 kW-3x440 V-60 Hz.
Heating capacity : 160 KW

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- One refrigerating plant for direct expansion freon R404 comprising:
sea water cooled condensing unit with compressor, condenser and electric motor built on a
common frame and placed in the E.R.
Condensing unit equipped with:
- compressor
- condenser
- pressostat
- drier
- valves
- crankcase heater
- liquid separator
- solenoid valve
- thermostatic expansion valve
- pre-insulated copper pipes

Cooling capacity : 95 KW

372.2 AC 2 Supply switchboard room


The plant delivers cooled and heated air for the switch board room.

The system consists of a marine type self contained unit for cooling.

Air volume : 2000 M3/H


Cooling capacity : 12 kW

373 Central heating

The outlay and capacities of the central heating installation is according the design
conditions as per 371.2.

The central heating plant is designed as a warm water heating plant (90C-70C) with forced
circulation, by means of two direct driven electrical circulation pumps (one as standby). Heat
is generated via the thermal oil/warm water heat exchanger.
The heatexchanger delivers heat to:
- Central unit accommodation
- Boiler
- Heat exchangers
- Unit heaters engine room
- radiators for Co2, laundry, store and steeringgearroom

The accommodation is heated by heated air ventilation through a built-in heating coil in the
central ventilation unit. The heating coil is connected to the warm water heating system.

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380 Exhaust Piping

The main diesel engine and the auxiliary diesel engines are provided with exhaust gas
silencers, in their respective exhaust gas line. The silencers are of the resonance and
absorption dumping type.

All silencers are flexibly mounted to the ship's structure.


Exhaust lines are floating fixed by dash points for resorption of thermal dilatations.

In the exhaust gas line of the main engine an economizer will be installed for heat generating
of the thermal oil system.

The exhaust lines are connected to the engines by means of expansion bellows. Where
necessary, extra expansion bellows are mounted.

Insulation of exhaust lines by means of mineral wool covered with sheet steel plating
according to the rules of the classification society.

On the exhaust pipes of the main and auxiliary engines water drains are provided.

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400 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

400.1 General

The design and layout of the electrical installation is complying with the relevant requirements of
the Classification Society and/or with Builder's Standards.
The Vessel is provided with the following electrical systems:

Power consumers 440 V / 60 Hz


Lighting 230 V / 60 Hz
Emergency 230 V / 24 V / 60 Hz
Shore connection 440 V, 150 Amp.

The execution and protection class of electric motors and generators is in accordance with the
relevant requirements of the Class and/or with Builder's Standards.

400.2 Electrical motors general

All motors are in general squirrel cage induction motors, marine type according to IEC standard
for 440 V, 3 phase, 60 Hz. Motors with rating of 0,5 kW or less, may be of 230 V, single phase or
three phase type.

Unless otherwise specified, all motor are rated for continuous duty and are totally enclosed fan
cooled (IP44).

400.3 Anti condensation

The following machinery is provided with anti-condensation heating:

generators (auxiliary-, emergency- and shaftgenerator)


electromotor of the bow-thruster and stern-truster unit
switchbox M.O.B. boat Davit
Motors above 10 kW on open deck or in compartments where air temperature is below 0 C.

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410 Generators and Batteries

410.1 Main generating sets

Two generating sets are installed in the engine room.


The sets are of the self-regulating type and are suitable to generate the indicated outputs as
continuous ratings.

Each of the diesel generator sets are selective as "running" or "stand-by" unit. The "stand-by" unit
is automatically started and connected to the bus bars in case of "black-out".
Each set consists of a diesel engine, a flexible coupling and a brush-less alternator built together
flexibly on a common base frame which is mounted to the ship construction.

The diesel engines are air started, cooled by means of plate coolers and each provided with built-
on lub.oil pumps, cooling water pumps and cooling water heaters.
The main generator sets are able to operate in parallel, therefore hand-operated synchronizing is
provided.
The revolutions of the diesel generator sets are adjustable at the main switchboard.
The diesel engine is to be suitable for operation on marine diesel oil (MDO).

Engine executed with:

- Fly-wheel with flexible coupling


- Turbocharger
- Fuel system (MDO)
- Fuel injection pump with electronic governor
- Reversible fuel filters
- Double wall fuel injection pipes
- Lub oil system
- Lub oil filter
- Lub oil cooler
- Lub oil drain pump
- Charge air cooler
- Engine driven cooling water pump
- Instrument panel
- Alarm system

The dieselengine and alternator are build together and flexible mounted on a common frame.

The alternator is equipped with anti condensation heater and droop kit for parallel operation.

Diesel engine data:


Power : 440 kW
Speed : 1800 rpm

The alternator data are:


Output : 520 kVA (416 kWe)
Voltage : 230/440 V, 3 phases
Frequency : 60 Hz
R.p.m. : 1800

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410.2 Emergency generator

On the poop deck an emergency generator set is installed. The diesel engine is electrically
started, radiator cooled and with built-on lub.oil pumps, cooling water pumps.

This generator set is automatically started and connected to its bus bar in case of failure at
2nd stage (when the main generator sets will fail to start or couple to the main bus bar).

The diesel engine is to be suitable for operation on MDO.

Engine executed with:

- Fly-wheel with flexible coupling


- Turbocharger
- Fuel system (MDO)
- Fuel injection pump with electronic governor
- Reversible fuel filters
- Double wall fuel injection pipes
- Lub oil system
- Lub oil filter
- Lub oil cooler
- Lub oil drain pump
- Charge air cooler
- Engine driven cooling water pump
- Instrument panel
- Alarm system

The dieselengine and alternator are build together and flexible mounted on a common frame.

The alternator is equipped with anti condensation heater.

Diesel engine data:


Power : 120 kW
Speed : 1800 rpm

The alternator data are:


Output : 125 kVA (100 kWe)
Voltage : 230/440 V, 3 phases
Frequency : 60 Hz
R.p.m. : 1800

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410.3 Shaft generator

A synchronous brush-less shaft generator is installed, driven by the P.T.O. of the reduction
gearbox.

Generator data are:

Output approx : 2000 kVa (1600kW)


Voltage : 440 V, 3 phases
Frequency : 60 Hz
R.p.m. : 1800

The generator is equipped with anti condensation heating and roller bearings.
The shaft generator is suitable to operate in parallel with the main generator sets for take-over
purposes only.
The shaft generator can supply ships net (at sea) or bow- and sternthruster (at manoeuvring).

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410.4 Battery sets with 24V circuits

The 24 Volt DC system is sub-divided in separate circuits, each having it's own battery set.
Following battery sets/24V circuits are provided:

a) One set, serving controls, alarms, navigational lighting and electronic equipment.
b) One set located on the wheelhouse top deck, serving the radio equipment.
c) Two sets for the starting of the emergency generator diesel engine.
(Main start + emergency start).

All above battery sets are of the lead-acid type and are stored in a battery-box, having adequate
ventilation.
Each battery set is charged by a separate battery charger, fed from the 230 V system. One
battery charger switchable via splitter feeds the battery sets for the emergency generator diesel.

One spare battery charger, loose delivery, for battery set serving electronic equipment,
wheelhouse, etc.

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420 Cables and Wiring

All electric cables for power, lighting, communications, alarm systems, etc. are to the normal
standards as usual in the International Shipbuilding Industry.

Where required and as far as practicable, cables are supported by cableways (trays and
strips of steel), welded or fixed against the steel structures of the Vessel.

Non-watertight cables passing through decks, bulkheads, etc. are made by means of steel
rings or strips welded into the deck or bulkhead.
Watertight cable passing are made by means of cable glands or cable packing bushes.
In accommodation spaces, cables are installed behind linings, as far as possible.

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430 Electric distribution system

430.1 Switch boards


The following switch boards are installed:

main switchboard for switching and protection of:


2 generators
1 shaft generator
1 power supply to emergency/harbour
switchboard
1 shore power supply
outgoing power supplies for 440 V consumers

emergency/harbour switchboard for switching and protection of:


1 generator
1 supply from the main switchboard
outgoing power supplies for emergency power
consumers

Further switchboards with necessary protections and measuring instruments and outgoing
groups for power and lighting installation with automatic circuit breakers.

The various consumers are connected to one of the following panels:

emergency distribution panel (440 V)


emergency distribution panel (24 V)
distribution panel 24 V engine room
lighting distribution panel 230 V
shore power connection panel
distribution panel 230 V, 24V) nautical lights
distribution panel (230 V, 24 V) nautical installation

Final location and lay-out of panels is determined in close consultation with the electrical sub-
contractor.
Starters for the various consumers are where possible integrated in the main switchboard.

The main and emergency switchboards are made out of a steel frame with sheet steel plating
and doors.

The construction is of the dead front type, accessible from the front. The front is provided with
grab rails. Rubber floor mats are provided in front of the main- and emergency switchboards.

430.6 Reefer plugs

A total number of 180 reefer plugs are provided, divided as follows:

- 30 reeferplugs in hold 2 and and 30 reeferplugs in hold 3


- 120 reeferplugs on the maindeck

430.7 Shore power connection


A shore power supply panel provided with a phase sequence meter and a
kWh-meter in main switchboard and dimensioned for 230/440 V, 150 Amp. shore connection

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with 50 mtr. cable in emergency generator room.

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440 Alarm Systems

440.1 General alarm- and PA-system


A General Alarm installation is provided, with bells in alleyways, E.R. and steering gear room and
a switch in the wheelhouse.

Furthermore a PA-system is provided with speakers in alleyways and mess room with
microphone on the bridge desk (PA-amplifier in the desk), combined with the telephone system.

440.2 Fire detection engine room and accommodation

An electrically operated smoke detection system will be installed with smoke detectors in
engine room, separator room, generator room, steering gear room, workshop, switch board
room, and accommodation.

A central announcement panel, containing the necessary electronic equipment, push buttons,
switches and signal lights will be installed together with a power supply unit on the bridge.
Indication of fire will be made by eight fire zones acc. to class requirements.
Manual call points of the smash in type will be installed near all accommodation entrance
doors and engine room entrances and be connected to the nearest zone.
The workshop detector will be connected to a time relay, to give a delay of the fire alarm
when forming welding fumes.
Alarm announcement will be given by means of an indication on the central panel as well as
via combined signal columns.
If the fire signal is not acknowledged within two minutes, an audible alarm will be
automatically actuated by means of the general alarm system.
The power supply of the central detection panel will be from the 230 V AC network and with
auto-switch to the 24 V DC system in case of too low voltage of the normal power supply.
A general fault indication will be given by the central detection panel in case of wire break or
power failure and will be connected up to the engine room alarm installation.

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440.3 Smoke detection cargo holds

For a sample extraction smoke detection system the CO2 piping system of the cargo hold
also will be used as suction pipes for taking air samples out of the cargo hold.
A ventilator unit will be used to take these air samples out of the cargo holds.
At the location of the sample points, special nozzles will be mounted suitable for smoke
sampling as well as CO2 extinguishing. These sample points shall be spaced so that no part
of the overhead deck area is more than 12 m measured horizontally from a sample point.

Location of these sample points with CO2 nozzles have to be determined based on the
general arrangement drawing.

One detection line for each for cargo hold to be installed. So in total a three-zone system will
be used. These piping and sample points will be mounted in the coaming of the cargo holds
at the main deck.

The air samples will be controlled by means of the smoke detection unit. This unit is mounted
together by means of a junction air box with the main fire alarm panel. This junction air box
and main fire alarm panel will be connected to the ventilator unit. The outlet of the ventilator
unit has to be to open air.
The smoke detection unit with air junction box and main fire alarm panel will be connected to
the ventilator unit.
If the smoke detector gives a fire alarm or fault alarm, this will be indicated on the main fire
alarm panel.
Ventilator-unit, air junction box with smoke detectors, electric junction box and main fire alarm
panel are all situated in the CO2 cylinder room. In order to warn the personnel on the bridge a
remote indicator panel will be placed in the desk on the bridge and in the main switchboard
room.

440.4 Engine room alarm system


An engine room alarm system with alarms according to the relevant requirements of the Statutory
Bodies and/or to Builder's Standards is provided in the engine room incl. monitoring device and
alarm printer.
A sub-panel with group alarms is located in the wheelhouse main control position. Group alarm
panels are also installed in the engineer's cabin, and the officer's mess room.

440.5 Bridge safety watch alarm installation


Control panel in bridge desk and further buzzers in officers and engineers cabins and officers
mess room.

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440.6 Signal Columns
Combined signal columns in the engine room 2 pcs., sub-signal columns switch board room 1pc,
workshop 1pc for:
general / fire alarm
eng. room alarm
telegraph
telephone
Further system complete with hooters and flashlight.

440.7 Enclosure alarm cooling / freezing room


Pushbutton in cooling / freezing room with connection to engine room alarm system.

440.8 Level switches


High and low level switches are provided according Class requirements and connected to the
main alarm panel.

440.9 S.O.S. station


A S.O.S. station is provided in which the necessary controls for equipment in case of fire or
flooding are fitted.
S.O.S. valves from fuel and oil tanks are pneumatic controlled, where required.
The outlay and location of the SOS station is according Class requirements.

440.10 Bunker Bell Installation


A bunker bell installation is provided with:
. pushbutton in engine room and buzzer at fill station
. pushbutton at fill station and buzzer in engine room

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450 Lighting system and sockets

450.0 General

The interior and exterior lighting outside of the accommodation spaces consists of marine type
armatures to Builder's Standards and of a style and capacity applicable to the location and
service required.
The numbers of armatures is in general sufficient to obtain the lighting levels as required by the
Flag State.

450.1 Illumination of accommodation spaces

In the accommodation, generally fluorescent lighting is used.


Above each berth a reading light is fitted.
Above each desk a desk light is fitted.
Wall lamps are fitted in the captains cabin, Owners cabin, officers and engineers cabins
and mess rooms. Sockets for refrigerators, galley equipment etc. are provided where
necessary.
Shaving sockets and lighting armatures in bathrooms are integrated in the toilet cabinets.

In the wheelhouse a black light to be fitted above the control desk.

Emergency lighting is a part of the normal lighting, fed from the emergency generator.

450.2 Illumination outside the accommodation spaces

Fluorescent armatures are provided outside. All outside lighting can be switched on/off in the
wheelhouse, the lighting on the forecastle is also switchable in the forecastle.

- 2 HPI lamps on the fore mast, 400 W each;


- 2 sockets in gangways (connected to gangway-lighting) for pilot ladder lighting loose
delivery of one pilotladder floodlight 500 W on turnable pedestal with cable and plug.
- 4 fluorescent lights under shelterdeck forecastle;
- 1 halogen lamp (500 Watt) on aft side of funnel for deck lightning.
- 2 halogen lamps on Bridgedeck for funnel lighting.
- 14 fluorescent (watertight tubes) lights for coaming lighting
- Lifeboat station equipped with floodlights, according to rules.

Following lighting and floodlights to be controlled from a switch panel in wheelhouse;


- 2 HPI lamps cap 400 Watt on catwalk in front of wheelhouse
- 2 HPI lamps cap 400 Watt on fore mast
- deck lighting around deckhouse by fluorescent lights
- 2 HPI lamps 500 Watt on Bridgedeck for funnel lighting.

In each cargo hold the following lightning 4 pc. High pressure mercure 400 W lights are installed.

Lightning fixtures according to class with respect to dangerous cargoes part VIII.

Bilge lighting is provided by armatures with fluorescent tube lights.

Pipe-tunnel lighting by sufficient fluorescent tube light armatures.

One portable hand lamp with 25 mtr. cable and plug, loose delivery.

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450.4 AM/FM/TV sockets


AM/FM/TV sockets are provided in each cabin and in both mess rooms.

450.5 Power sockets


A 440 V power socket is provided in the E.R. workshop and in the forecastle.

460 Navigational Lights

At the main control position, a navigation light panel is installed with combined switches and
control light.
If required by Statutory Bodies apart from the main supply an emergency power supply is
provided.
Special considerations are given to navigation lights as required for passages through Panama-
and Suez Canal. (Suez light is excluded)

As per requirements the following lights are installed on the appropriate positions (either simplex
or duplex):

1 Toplight fore, duplex type


1 Toplight aft, duplex type
1 Side light SB, duplex type
1 Side light PS, duplex type
1 Sternlight, simplex type
1 Emergency sternlight / Kieler canal light, simplex type
1 Anchorlight fore, duplex type
1 Anchorlight aft, duplex type
2 N.U.C. lights aft, duplex type
5 Signalling lights aft mast (wellglass fittings)
1 Steeringlight fore (wellglass fitting)

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500 DECK EQUIPMENT

510 Anchor Equipment

The Vessel is provided with an anchoring system according to Class requirements.

510.1 Anchors and anchorchains

The Vessel is provided with two bow anchors.

Type: Speck or equal


Weight: 3650 kg

Anchor chains

Each installed bow anchor is provided with a stud-link chain according to the Class
requirements:
- anchor stud link chain, U3 type, 54 mm dia, length 550 m.
- kenter shackles, incl. 2 spares
- anchor D-shackles
- each cable length to be marked
- anchor shackle flushing system to be installed, connected to the deck wash line

Each chain is led via the chain lifter of the winch to a self stowing chain locker, of ample
capacity, below main deck. The end of each chain is connected to the Vessel by means of a
quick release device, operated in the forecastle.

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510.2 Chain stoppers
The chain stoppers are equipped with a snatch, which will position itself. It will move up and
down when the chain is pulled in. As soon as the chain has stopped the snatch will block the
chain from paying out, preventing the full force to come on the winch.
The roller is fitted with seawater resistant bronze bearings.
To secure the anchor when hoisted fully, the stopper comprises a stainless steel spindle at
the front, above the hoist pipe. At the bottom side of the spindle a hook is mounted. By
means of steel wire, which is pulled through shackles, and hang on the hook, the spindle can
tighten the anchor into the stored position.
Holding force of the chain stopper is 80% of chain breaking strength.

510.3 Anchor/mooring winches


On the fore ship be provided two electro hydraulic driven self tensioning anchor/mooring
winches.
Each winch to have a cable lifter, one warping head and a wire drum divided in a working
and storage part.

The gypsies of the anchor part are made of cast steel and fitted with seawater resistant
bronze sliding bearings, mounted on the main shaft.
The gypsies are declutchable and stopped by means of using the friction lined band brake.
Brake bolt and spindle are made of stainless steel.
The wire drum is of a steel welded construction with a smooth surface and runs on a bronze
sliding bearing. It is declutchable and can be stopped by means of friction lined band brake.
The brake bolt and spindle are made of stainless steel.
The wire will be connected to the drum by means of clips or a key.
The drum is divided in a working and storing part.
The warping head is made of cast steel and is mounted on the shaft. The torque connection
is made by means of a key.
Control of the winch is locally and from the bulwark.

The winch is running step less in both directions, which allows a variation of force and speed.

Cable lifter:
Capacity : 54 mm U3
Nominal force : 138 kN
Chain speed : 9.0 m/min
Mooring drum :
Nominal force 1st layer : 78 kN
Rope speed : 0-18 m/min
Warping head :
Nominal force : abt. 81 kN
Rope speed : 0-17 m/min

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520 Mooring Equipment

520.2 Mooring winches aft


On the aft ship to be provided two electro hydraulic, self tensioning mooring winches.

The rope drum of each winch is of a steel welded construction runs on a bronze sliding
bearing. It is declutchable and can be stopped by means of friction lined band-brake. The
brake bolt and spindle are made of stainless steel.
The drum will be divided in a working and storing part.

The warping head is made of cast steel and is mounted on the shaft. The torque connection
is made by means of a key.

Control of the mooring winch is locally.

The winch is running step less in both directions, which allows a variation of force and speed.

Mooring drum :
Nominal force 1st layer : 78 kN
Rope speed : 0-18 m/min
Warping head :
Nominal force : abt. 80 kN
Rope speed : 0-18 m/min

520.6 Tow and mooring lines


The Vessel is provided with a tow line and mooring lines according to Class requirements.

1x Towing line of galvanized steel wire

4x Mooring line of 120 m length


Each rope will be provided with 2 eyes of 1.8 m and a diameter of 44 mm.
2 ropes will be stored on the fore ship and 2 on the aft ship in steel rope baskets.

520.8 Rollers, panama chocks and cleats

Rollers, panama chocks, fairleads and cleats are provided according to the mooring plan in
consultance with the Owner.

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570 Life Saving Equipment

570.1 Free-fall lifeboat installation incl. recovery system


A free-fall lifeboat is installed on SB as shown on the G.A. Plan. The boat is totally enclosed
and equipped with a water-cooled engine. The boat is in accordance with the requirements of
the Flag State.

Type GFF 5.7M


Capacity 16 persons
Material GRP
Length 5.7 m

Recovery System Free Fall Life Boat

At SB side on the boat deck a sliding ramp / davit system is placed for handling of the free
fall life boat. The installation is in accordance with the requirements of the Flag State.

570.2 Rescue boat


One outboard motor driven GRP rescue boat is installed at SB aft on the boat deck. The boat
is in accordance with requirements of the Flag State.

Type RB 400
Capacity 6 persons
Material GRP
Length 4.5 m
Outboard engine 15 HP

570.3 Crane for Rescue-boat and life-raft

At portside on the boat deck a crane is placed for the combined handling of the rescue boat
and the life rafts. The crane is in accordance with the requirements of the Flag State.

Capacity 14 kN
Outreach max. 3,5 m
Hoisting speed 18 m/min
Slewing angle 350
Slewing speed 0.5 rpm

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570.4 Life rafts
Inflatable life rafts are provided as per G.A. Plan.
The rafts are of a type approved by the Flag State.
All rafts are stored in G.R.P. containers and are provided with a hydrostatic release.

- Two inflatable life rafts, each for 16 persons, situated at aft ship
- One inflatable life raft suitable for 6 persons situated at fore ship

570.6 Life saving equipment


Personal life- saving equipment, life jackets, survival suits, life buoys etc. are provided as per
requirements of the Statutory Bodies. The lifebuoys on the bridge wings are stored in hard
wooden cases.

570.7 Emergency Signals


One set of smoke- and light distress signals is provided.

590 Other Deck Equipment

590.1 Pilot and embarkation ladders


One pilot ladder and three embarkation ladders, each with sufficient length, are provided in
accordance with the requirements of the Flag State.

590.4 Accommodation ladder


Two accommodation ladders constructed of aluminium, of appropriate length, clear width of
walkway 600 mm are fitted as per G.A. Plan, consisting of:

- seawater resistant aluminium ladder


- shore roller
- boat fender and roller fender at ships side
- swivel platform of galvanised steel
- ladder davit
- turning-over device
- shore roller
- electrically driven ladder winch
- safety net

The fixed bent steps are safety useable from 25 to 55 to horizontal line. The stackable
aluminium stanchions are mounted at the outside of the ladder side profiles.
The electric winch for the gangway is controlled at site.

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600 AUXILIARY SYSTEMS

620 Compressed Air System

Two electrically driven starting air compressors are installed, for filling up the starting air
vessels.
The compressors are two stage, air-cooled and are provided with an automatic un-load valve
during starting and stopping and a high pressure water separator.

Starting Air Compressor:


Capacity : 49.0 m/h
Pressure : 30 bar

According to the regulations of the main engine supplier, two starting air vessels are installed
in the E.R. Each air vessel is provided with appendages as required by the Classification
Society.
Both air vessels are connected to the main starting air line, which is connected via manually
operated starting air valves to the main engine.

Air Dryer
Capacity : 72 m/h
Pressure : 7 bar

The conditioned air from the filter/dryer is used for:


separator units
control air
pneumatic sounding board
S.O.S. station

The unconditioned air is used for working air.


One working air compressor with air vessel is provided for working air connections in the
E.R. entrance, E.R. workshop, and near the main engine

Working Air Compressor


Capacity : 60 m/h
Pressure : 10 bar
Air receiver : 500 ltr.

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630 Cargo handling system

630.1 Loading computer

A loading computer will be supplied as per Class requirements. The loading computer shall
enable the ships officers to perform the following calculations, simulation and analysis of the
loading conditions:
- Stability calculations and comparison with requirements, providing GM, GZ, trim, heel,
displacement and draft.
- Documentation of stability of vessel for all loading conditions.
- Longitudinal strength check, bending moments and sheer forces.
- Draft survey feature

650 Fire Fighting System

650.1 Firemen's outfit and breathing apparatus

The firemens outfit and breathing apparatus are delivered in accordance with Flag State
requirements and the requirements for transport of dangerous goods.

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700 JOINERY AND FURNISHING

710 Joinery general

710.1 General

The ship is equipped with an accommodation for 14 persons in total. The arrangement is
shown on the General Plan. All carpentry work is according the SOLAS method IC.
The noise level in the accommodations meets the requirements of the Statutory Bodies. The
Builder produces a noise prognosis.

Stair casing
No system walls and ceiling in the staircases. The insulated outside walls are to be covered
with Fipro B-15, covered with hard plastic laminate. Finishing with a wooden skirt.

Window boxes
Window boxes are made of steel and mounted free from the construction. Colour is white.

711 Materials

711.1 Walls

The inside walls are of system walls Inex-TNF, non-modular, based on 600 mm. wide panels
or equal. All wall panels have a thickness of 25 mm. except division walls, which are 50 mm
thick. The non-system walls are covered with a p.v.c. colour foil.
The total height from upside floor to underside ceiling is 2100 mm.
The joint between floor and wall is finished by a wooden skirt.
In the wet spaces the walls have a thickness of 50 mm.

711.2 Ceilings
Ceilings in the cabins, mess rooms, office, and bridge deck are in an open Dampa ceiling
system, with the necessary hole taking for lights, ventilation and accesses for fire valves. In
the galley a standard Dampa ceiling. In the corridors, staircases and toilets a Fipro 12 mm
ceiling is mounted covered with hard plastic laminate. The seams between the ceilings will be
closed by a jointing profile and finished with a white p.v.c. strip. Along the joint between
ceiling and wall a wooden finishing skirt is used.

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712 Doors

Inside doors will be of non-combustible material and will be set in firmly secured steel
frames.
Inside doors to wheelhouse to be provided with lighting switches.
The cabin- and toilet doors are of a B-15 or B-0 quality; with all the fittings of the make
Alvedoor, or of equal quality. The standard ventilation opening under each door is 120 cm; if
a larger opening is needed a ventilation grid will be placed. All doors, except toilet doors, are
fitted with cylinders with a knob on the inside,
2 keys per door and a total of 3 master keys. Door catchers on all cabin doors.

Doors situated between the accommodation and engine room and doors in accommodation
passage are of an approved A60 type where applicable.
These doors are provided with a mechanical self-closing device.

Fire protected doors (A-60) are installed according to Class requirements.

Where applicable, gastight steel doors are provided with a mechanical self closing device,
cylinder lock and securing hooks.

All remaining internal doors are provided with securing hooks and cylinder locks with
exception of the transfer doors in stairways, doors in showers and toilets, which do not have
any locks and doors in showers and toilets, which do not have any securing hooks.

714 Floors

General
Materials and standards acc. to IMO rules.

Under floors:
The floating floors are divided in two categories:
- A-60 floating floor with two layers of Rockwool, and one layer Nautec SX with
steel reinforcement; main deck
- Floating floor with one layer of Rockwool, and one layer Nautec SX with steel
reinforcement; poop deck, boat deck, accommodation deck, officers deck,
Captains deck
- Double bottom wooden construction with plywood panels on top; bridge deck
- Stair steps in staircase; cement floor 10 mm.

In the following spaces no floor covering to be provided:


provision store, CO2 room, Suez room, talley office and AC-room.

Tiled floors:
The floors in the galley, change room / laundry are made of a cement/tiled floor. Sanitary
units polyester floor with anti-slip profile.

Marmoleum floors:
Floor coverings in alleyways, mess rooms, crew cabins and office

Carpet floors:
Floors in captain's, Owner's, officer's and engineer's cabins

PVC floors:
In the wheelhouse and switch board room a nopped pvc-type anti-slip floor to be provided

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720 Insulation

Outside walls / decks

Insulation is build up as described underneath.


All insulation to be in accordance with Class and Authorities requirements.

Sound Isolation:
On the advice of a noise consultancy bureau other materials could be used to meet the
demands of noise control.

Thermal insulation:
Outside walls and decks, which are exposed to open air, will be covered with 2 layers of
basaltic wool 110 kg/m. Over girders, knees and profiles, a closed layer of basaltic wool of
approx. 25 mm. will attached. Where necessary a strip of 600 mm. will be attached inwards
at the deck to prevent a so called cold-bridge.

The entire thermal insulation will be attached in a closed entity and finished with a moisture
preventing layer of aluminium foil. No insulation in condensation drains.

Fire protection insulation:


Boundary decks between bridge and accommodation, accommodation and engineroom
including maindeck between foreside superstructure and engineroom bulkhead to have an A-
60 insulation, according SOLAS with fire resisting Rockwool 750 staggered attached. The
insulation will be mounted on insulation pins (maximal distance 300 mm) and covered with
gauze with a meshing of 26 mm. Thickness of 75 mm for bulkhead ( 50 + 25 mm) or 50mm
underside deck ( 25 + 25 mm)

The other A-0 walls are not to be insulated.

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740 Lay Out Wheelhouse

Bridge deck

Wheelhouse
1 chart table with six drawers
1 writing desk/radio table
1 corner settee
1 table
1 front dashboard
1 flag locker
6 sideboards
1 tabletop
1 washbasin
1 bookshelf

Toilet
1 toilet
1 washbasin

750 Lay Out Accommodation

Captains deck

Captains cabin:
Dayroom:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 low table
1 bookshelf
1 safe

Bedroom:
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

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Owners cabin:
Dayroom:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 low table
1 bookshelf

Bedroom:
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

Officers deck

1st officer:
Dayroom:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 low table
1 bookshelf

Bedroom:
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

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1 st engineer:
Dayroom:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 low table
1 bookshelf

Bedroom:
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

Accommodation deck

2nd officer:
Cabin:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 bookshelf
1 low table
1 berth with 2 drawers

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

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nd
2 engineer:
Cabin:
1 desk with cupboard
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 chair
1 corner settee
1 bookshelf
1 low table
1 berth with 2 drawers

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

2 x crew cabin each consists of:


Cabin:
1 chair
1 bookshelf
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

Boat deck

4 x crew cabin each consists of:


Cabin:
1 chair
1 bookshelf
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

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Poopdeck

2 x crew cabin each consists of:


Cabin:
1 chair
1 bookshelf
1 berth with 2 drawers
1 wardrobe

Sanitary space:
1 toilet
1 washbasin
1 shower with curtain
1 toilet cabinet with mirror

Treatment room:
1 medicine locker

Main deck

Suez room
2 double berth
4 wardrobe

Tally office
1 table
1 cupboard
1 desktop

Officers messroom
2 tables
1 corner settee
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 bookshelf

Sanitary space
1 toilet
1 washbasin

Galley
1 stainless steel worktop in standard measure
4 sideboards
3 wall cupboards
1 double sink

Crews messroom
2 tables
1 corner settee
1 sideboard
1 cupboard with refrigerator
1 bookshelf

Changing room
2 linen cupboards
1 shelf for soap

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8 steel oilskin lockers
1 bench
2 washbasin
1 toilet

Dry provision store, beer store, locker corridor, linen locker


The necessary plywood shelves in a steel frame. Lay out in consultance with the Owner.

Cool storage space and freeze storage space.


The necessary stainless steel shelves. Lay out in consultance with the Owner.

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751 Inventory cabins

751.1 Furniture

Berths:
The berths shelves are made of plywood 28 mm., at top- and bottom side post formed.
Height of the shelves is 200 mm. Under construction of plywood, covered with hard plastic
laminate. In the construction two drawers are included. Berth bottoms of 18 mm plywood with
ventilation holes of 20 mm. diameter.

Sizes berths:
Length : 2.10 m.
Width officers : 1.20 m.
Width crew : 0.80 m.
Sizes drawers : 530 x 550 x 140 mm.

Wardrobes:
Wardrobes are made of 18mm plywood covered with hard plastic laminate

Sizes : 1800 x 600 x 550 mm (h x d x w).

The door is made with 3 drill-in hinges and 1 lay-up cylinder lock per door with 2 keys per
wardrobe.

Types wardrobes:
wardrobes are provided with 2 shelves in the top with underneath a white steel rod and 2 rod
clamps.
cupboards are provided with 4 shelves with anti-swing rods.

The inside of the wardrobes is in a standard white colour.

Desks:
Desks are made up from 2 cupboards with a shelf on top. The cupboards are made of
plywood 18mm. covered with hard plastic laminate.
Sizes : 720 x 500 x 500 mm (h x d x w), skirting height 80 mm

Types of cupboards:
- Cupboard with door, 2 drill-in hinges and press button lock. The cupboard is provided with a
shelf at half height and a anti-swing rod 40 x 9 mm.
- Cupboard with 3 drawers; 720 x 500 x 500 mm
- Cupboard for built-in refrigerator

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Half-high cupboards:
Half-high cupboards (buffets) are made up out of 1 or more half-high cupboards with a shelf
on it. The cupboards are made of plywood 18 mm. covered with hard plastic laminate.

Sizes: 880 x 500 x 500 mm. (h x d x w), skirting height 80 mm.

Types:
- Buffets with door, 2 drill-in hinges and press button lock.
- Buffets with 1 shelf at half-height with anti-swing rod 40 x 9 mm.

Desktops:
Desk- and cupboard tops are made of plywood 18 mm. covered with hard plastic laminate.
The top plates are finished with a wooden skirt of 38 x 12 mm. with rounded edges. Where
necessary the skirting are mitred.

Sizes desk tops : width 600 mm; length according to lay-out


Sizes table tops : according to lay-out

Galley cupboards:
The cupboards in the galley are made of 18 mm. plywood covered with hard plastic laminate.
The inside is in a standard white colour.
The under construction is on a 150 mm. skirting.

Sizes:
Under construction:
- cupboard with 1 door and 1 shelf with an anti-swing rod,
720 x 500 x 500 mm (h x d x w)
- corner cupboard with 1 door and 1 shelf with an anti-swing rod,
720 x 500 x 800 mm (h x d x w)
- drawer cupboard with 3 drawers with press button lock and chromed handgrip,
92 mm., 720 x 500 x 500 mm (h x d x b).

Top construction:
- cupboard with 2 doors with shelves and rack for plates, mounted above the worktops, 500 x
350 x 1100 mm. (h x d x w),

Galley tops:
The galley tops are made in stainless steel (in standard size) on a
width of 600 mm.

Chairs:
desk chairs with armrests
chairs without armrests
2 control seat

Benches:
Benches are made of 18 mm. plywood covered with hard plastic laminate. In the benches is
space for storage.

Sizes of benches
width : 600 mm sitting bench
700 mm lazy bench
total height : 470 mm or 420 mm for a lazy bench length according to lay-out

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Upholstery:
Captain/Owner/officers/engineers Trevira
Crew/Office/Mess rooms/Wheelhouse Imitation leather

Tables:
Table tops are made of plywood 19 mm. covered with hard plastic laminate. Table legs are
made of pipes with a 71 mm. diameter with a top- and bottom plate for fixation (delivery
Builder). Shape and size of the tabletops is according to lay-out.

Types of tables:

- writing desk : height 760 mm.


- Salon table : height 500 mm.

751.2 Cabin refrigerators

All officer cabins are provided with 40 ltr. refrigerators

751.3 Fittings
Hinges:

Drill-in hinges are of the make Hettich Euromat Topsafe H-40488, or of equal quality.
The hinges have an opening corner of 110 and are fixed by the so called click system and
secured by a finishing cover. The hinges are slightly adjustable in height by the mounting
plate.

Locks:

Lay-up cylinder locks:


Light metal casing with a chromed cylinder, which is fixed on the door, at the front side
finished with a chromed plate. Each cylinder lock has 2 keys with a label.

Press button locks:


Press button locks are of artificial material, in a polished nickled fashion. The height of the
locks is 19 mm. with an outside size of 25 mm. The press button locks are supplied with
finishing rings.

Drawers:
Drawers are constructed on a steel epoxy guiding system, make Hettich. Drawers are
supplied with a press button lock for securing and a chromed handgrip of
92 mm.

All cylinders for locks for outside doors are to be delivered in accordance with the regulations
of the Flag State.

751.4 Curtains

Windows and port holes in crew cabins are having ready made curtains, hung on white
enamelled aluminium rails.

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751.5 Mattresses and pillows


6 mattresses 2100 x 1200 mm
8 mattresses 2100 x 800 mm
14 pillows
Blankets and linen are not in Builder's delivery

751.6 Colours

Where necessary hard plastic laminate is used of the make Formica.

- Walls in a maximum of 2 colours.


Ceilings wet spaces; standard in DC White.
Ceilings cabin and corridors; 1 colour
Ceiling wheelhouse; 1 colour
Furniture; 1 colour
B-0 doors; maximum of 2 colours to be chosen from the RAL standards
Window boxes; 1 colour

- Colours to be chosen by Builder and Owner.

752 Galley inventory

1 stainless steel cooking range with 6 plates, each 3 kW and an oven underneath of 5
kW.
- 1 coffee-making machine
- 1 meat-slicing machine, dia. 250 mm
- 1 refrigerator, 500 l.
- 1 dishwasher with universal rack, 1 cup rack and 1 cutlery rack
- 1 chocking block
- 1 microwave oven 1.5 kW.

760 Inventory Stores

760.1 Forecastle
The Bosun's store is provided with shelves to store deck inventory, a workbench with vice
and a double stone grinding machine.

760.2 Engine room workshop


Following tools and engine room inventory is provided:

one steel work bench with tools rack and vice


one electric drilling machine complete with drill set 13 mm.
one double stone grinding machine
one chain hoist SWL 990 kg
one lathe

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760.3 Paint locker
A paint locker with wooden shelves is located in the forecastle.

760.4 Laundry
Laundry to be arranged as shown on the General Arrangement Plan and to be equipped
with:

- 2 washer-extractor (Industrial type, 10 kg capacity)


- 1 dryer (Industrial type, 6 kg capacity)
- 1 ironing board

760.5 Cool and freeze store


The cool and freeze room is constructed from high insulated sandwich panels. The walls and
ceiling are covered with galvanized steel plates and the floor is covered with laminated
plastic. Shelves are made from aluminium.

Capacity of cooling room : approx 8,0 m


Temp cooling room : +2 / +4 C
Capacity of freezing room : approx 5,0 m
Temp freezing room : -20 / -22 C

Each room is cooled with a fan cooler with automatic defrosting system and an air-cooled
cooling compressor unit.

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800 NAUTICAL, NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

820 Optical Signal Equipment and Searchlights

The following equipment is provided:

one set international signalling flags


one national flag
one black signal ball
one black diamond
one day signal lamp in a box with battery and battery charger. Two sockets for the charger are
provided in the wheelhouse desk
one ice-searchlight (500 W)/230 V is fitted on top deck, manually operated from wheelhouse
one plug connection (HNA) for Suez-searchlight 2000W/230V on forecastle switchable from
wheelhouse (light is no yards delivery).

830 Acoustical Signal Equipment

The following equipment is provided:


one hand operated loudhailer
one ship's bell
one mechanically operated horn
one electric whistle with controls at the control position in the wheelhouse and wings
one gong

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840 Radar System

- 1x ARPA Radar
make Kelvin Hughes, type Nucleus 3 5000ATA, for operation from 220Vac, complete
with 6 ft scanner (10KW), including gyrostabilisation, one performance monitor, (X-
band)

- 1x Radar
make Kelvin Hughes, type Nucleus 3 5000ATA, for operation from 220Vac, complete
with 12 ft scanner (30KW), including gyrostabilisation, one performance monitor, (S-
band)

850 Electronic Navigation Equipment

- 1x Magnetic compass
make Cassens & Plath, type Reflecta 1 Fiberline, complete with
flinders bar, compensation means and excluding periscope, height 1200mm
including certificates

- 1x Repeater compass
make Radio Zeeland, type Delta-345X, for connection to above mentioned magnetic
compass

- 1x Gyro Compass system


make Anschtz, type Standard-20, complete with one steering repeater, two bearing
repeaters with brackets for wall mounting, one Azimuth device, and one repeater for
emergency steering position type AD-100

- 1x Autopilot
make Anschtz, type Pilotstar-D, for connection to two black/white
solenoids, complete with four FU-tillers, one heavy duty feed back unit, including off-
course alarm, including sensor for connection to magnetic compass

- 1x Echosounder
make Furuno, type FE-700, for connection to 24Vdc, complete with one 200 kHz
transducer and one Douwstra tank

- 1x Doppler Log
make Furuno, type DS-80, for connection to 220Vac, complete with one 1 MHz
transducer and one Douwstra tank

- 1x GPS system
make Furuno, type GP-80, for operation from 24Vdc, including antenna

- 1x NMEA distribution panel


(for distribution of GPS-signals to all relevant equipment such as 2x radars, 2x
Inmarsat-C installations, 2x DSC/modems of VHF units and
1x MF DSC modem).

- 1x Weather fax
make Furuno, type FAX-207, for operation from 24Vdc, complete
with pre-amplifier, one 2.6 meters whip antenna.

- 1 x Electronic chart system, type (ECS pro), comprising:

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Software:
1 set Navigation software package, make Transas, type NAVI Sailor 3000, provided
with the following functionalities: route planning, route monitoring, log book and
track storage, chart control (zoom review), multi-chart loading (max. 6), navigation
alarms, anti-grounding alarms, marker/ERBL, help function, log book, route printout,
playback, SAR (Search and Rescue), tides and current information, climate
information (season currents, winds, wave and height), port of entry Information,
user chart editor (7 colors), screen resolution (max. 1280 x 1024), 1st position
sensor input, 2nd position sensor input, ARPA interface, digitiser interface, echo
sounder input, pilot (NMEA Output), gyro compass input, speed log input,
drift/wind/temperature, chart converters for TRANSAS TX97 charts ARCS
capability NDI/BSB capability, including 200 charts (covering North Atlantic,
Mediterranean and Black Sea.)

Hardware :
- one computer, Pentium 4, 256Mb, 40Gb HDD, 3FDD, CD-ROM, with Windows-
NT operating software, complete with one keyboard, one wheel-mouse, for
operation from 220Vac
- one 15 TFT screen, for operation from 220Vac
- one UPS 650VA

- 1 x Automatic Identification System


make Furuno, type FA-100, for transmitting and receiving ships data of
surrounding vessels, consisting of one UAIS processor, one control and display
unit, one interface, one GPS antenna, one VHF antenna, one AC/DC fall-safe
power supply unit.

- 1 x Voyage Data Recorder


make Broadgate, type VER-3000, for operating from 24 Vdc comprising one main
electronic enclosure, one protective capsule, eight microphones, one protective
capsule deck mounting, including one (8 channel) signal converter, one (96) signal
converter, one Arpa video buffer complete with interface, one VHF interface.

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880 Communication system

The communication system is according to the GMDSS regulations for the area A3 as
required by the Flag State.

- 1 x SSB radiotelephony station


make S.P. Radio, type HC-4500B, 150W PEP, with built-in DSC-watch receiver,
including one antenna type AT-72 and one antenna type AR-62,
including one fail-safe AC/DC power supply unit type Agro, including battery charger
type LK-4436, one fuse box and one set of 200 Ah batteries

- 1 x Inmarsat C terminal
make S.P. Radio, type H-2095C, complete with one AC/DC power supply unit, one
printer, one antenna

- 1 x Inmarsat F terminal
make Nera, type F-77, marine version, for operation from 220Vac, complete with main
communication unit, one distress alarm unit, one ISDN
handset with holder, one mast mounted radome antenna (Voice 4.8kbps, 64kbps, Data
56/64 kbps ISDN, Fax Group 3, Group 4)

- 2 x VHF radio telephones


make S.P. Radio, type RT-4822, each with built-in DSC, each complete
with one AC/DC power supply unit type N-163S, including two antennas type AV-15

- 1 x Extra VHF basic control handset


make S.P. Radio, for installation in Captains cabin including loudspeaker, (fixed not
portable)

- 1 x Navtex receiver
make Furuno, type NX-500, for operation from 24Vdc, complete with one pre-amplifier
type NX-5, one 2.6 meter whip antenna

- 3 x handheld radios, watertight for GMDSS


make Jotron, type TR-20, each including one Lithium battery, one rechargeable NiCad
battery, one battery charger for connection to 220Vac

- 3 x portable VHF radios


make Icom, type ICM-1Euro, complete with one rechargeable NiCad battery, one
battery charger for connection to 220Vac

- 1 x EPIRB radio beacon


Jotron, type Tron-40S, each complete with bracket type FB-4 with hydrostatic
release

- 2 x Radar transponders
make Jotron, type Tronsart, including bracket for wall mounting.

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- 1 x GSM Installation
make Ericsson, type F-4212m, fixed cellular phone (tri-band), complete with Fax/Phone
switch, for operation from 24Vdc, complete with one antenna, including one telephone
set, make Siemens, type Euroset-2005G

- 1 x Document fax
make Ricoh, type 1400L, for operation from 220Vac

881 Telephone System

One telephone system is installed with connections to:

wheelhouse
captains cabin
engineers cabins
officers cabins
crew cabins
steering gear room (headset socket)
galley
mess rooms
engine room (headset with sufficient length of wire)
main switchboard room

Communication from wheelhouse to fore and aft mooring positions by means of handhold
VHF's.
An electric emergency telegraph system as per Flag State requirements is provided for
communication between wheelhouse and engine room.

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890 Nautical Instruments

The following nautical instruments are provided as and if required by the Statutory Bodies (if
so with the necessary certificates):

one azimuth device


one barometer
two thermometers
one sextant
one clinometer in the wheelhouse
one clinometer in E.R.
one chronometer
one chart circle, 7"
two triangles, 35 cm.
two sounding leads,
ship clocks, diam. 5" in wheelhouse, mess rooms, captain's cabin, Owners cabins
officer's cabins and main switchboard room
one clock with transmitting sectors
two pairs of binoculars, 7 x 50

Sea charts, handbooks, subject to occasional revision by Statutory Bodies etc., are not
included in Builders delivery.

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Appendix A Makerslist

031 Classification Germanischer Lloyd


130 Hatch cover design MacGregor, TTS
133 Watertight doors Winel, Trinoxx, Nicoverken
135 Windows / portholes Van Wingerden, Trinoxx, Anker
154 Fixed container equipment Conver, Cont. Technics, SEC
161 Paint system Sigma, International, Hempel
163 Impressed current system MME, van der Heide
211 Main Engine MAK, MAN, Wrtsil
212 Gearbox Renk, Flender
Couplings Vulkan, Centa
213 Propeller shaft seals JC-Lips, Simplex
Propeller and shaft Lips, KaMeWa, Schottel
221 Rudder Becker, Bot
222 Steering gear Tenfjord, Hatlapa, Porsgrun
223 Bow and stern thruster unit Lips, KaMeWa, Schottel
Bow and stern thruster E-motor Stamford, Indar, Rotor
300 Pumps Allweiler, Azcue, K&R, Desmi
310 Anti heeling system Frank Mohn, Framo
Remote control system ballast valves Besi
Bilge water separator HDW, B&V, DVZ, Facet
320 Fuel oil separators Westfalia, Alpha Laval
323 Thermal oil boiler and economizer Wiesloch
330 Plate cooler Alfa Laval, Bloksma, NRF, Weka
340 Hydrophore Lwe, Sihi Maters
343 Sewage treatment unit Aquamar, Hamworthy, DVZ
350/352 Tank level gauging Sicom, Weka, Econosto
360 Lub oil separator Westfalia, Alfa Laval, Mitsubishi
370 AC / Ventilation Grenco, De Haan, Novenco
410 Shaft generator Stamford, AEM
Main generator diesel engine Scania, Mitsubishi, Caterpillar
Emergency generator diesel engine Valmet, Man
Main alternators Stamford, Leroy Somer
Emergency alternators Stamford, Leroy Somer
440 Alarm system CSI, Praxis
510 Anchor winches Hatlapa, RR Brattvaag
520 Mooring winches Hatlapa, RR Brattvaag
570 Rescueboat Hatecke, Fassmer
Rescueboat crane Hatecke
Free-fall life boat Hatecke, Fassmer, M&R
Life rafts DSB, Viking
575 Fixed CO2 fire extinguishing Unitor, Ajax
590 Accommodation ladder Bemeg, Fassmer
620 Starting air compressors Hatlapa, Atlas-Copco,
Sauer & Sohn
760 Cold and freeze stores Grenco, Fridina
840 Nautical and navigation equipment Radio Holland, Alphatron,
Litton
890 Loading computer Seacos, Sarc, Easeacon

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Appendix B Colour code of pipe lines

Colour codes of pipelines

SEAWATER

FRESHWATER

SEWAGE

HEAVY FUEL OIL

DIESEL OIL

LUBRICATING OIL

THERMAL OIL

AIR

FIRE FIGHTING

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