26 meter Fast Patrol Vessel ”MARE“ for Latvian Environmental Inspection

20.11.2014

26 meter Baltic Workboats designed and built Fast Patrol Vessel ”Mare“ for Latvian Environmental Inspection has been handed over after successful sea trials.

Designed to perform environmental inspections duties and different marine surveys, this all aluminum vessel is fitted with laboratory and various onboard equipment.

The aft deck features 60 hp RIB boat and 1 ton Guerra deck crane. 

The wheelhouse is separated into three premises. At the aft end of the wheelhouse there is a hydrological laboratory with three workstations. At the forward end of the wheelhouse is a navigation bridge. Between these premises there is mess room and stairway to living premises. The vessel is able to accommodate 7 crew members in 3 twin cabins and a single cabin for the captain.

During recent sea trials vessel achieved a maximum speed 22 knots, which is well above the contract requirement.

Baltic Workboats continually seeks improvements in hull efficiency to achieve an optimum balance between comfort, speed and efficiency over the required loading conditions and manoeuvrability.

Noise level inside the wheelhouse of the vessel has been achieved 60 dB while making full speed.

The vessels is powered by two Volvo Penta D16C-CMH 551 kW engines driving five blade FPP propellers. 

„Mare“ design is based on Baltic Workboats successful 24 meter Baltic 2400 platform, which has been successfully operating in Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Northern Ireland since 2008. The same platform is also basis for the Swedish Coast Guard’s 26,5 m, KBV 312 series vessels. Building of one more sister vessel of KBV 312 for Lithuanian Border Guard has just commenced in Baltic Workboats Nasva yard.

“MARE” Specifications

Length Overall – 26 m 

Length Waterline – 22,5 m

Beam – 5,9 m 

Depth Molded – 3,05 m 

Draft – 1,47 m 

Crew – 2

Accommodation - 7

Fuel - 6000 liters

Engine - 2 x Volvo Penta D16C-CMH 551 kW

Gearbox - 2 x ZF 500

Speed –22 knots

Flag - Latvian

 

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