Lochin Marine International - Buliders of Pilot Vessels, Police Launches, Patrol Craft

Buliders of Pilot Vessels, Police Launches, Patrol Craft

Lochin Marine International - Buliders of Pilot Vessels, Police Launches, Patrol Craft

Incorporating Simon Thomas (Yacht Sales)

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Lochin Marine International - Buliders of Pilot Vessels, Police Launches, Patrol Craft

In association with Ryan & Roberts Marine Services

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HALMATIC 15.8m Pilot Vessel £95,000 VAT Exempt

Commercial Vessel

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 Brochure 
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 Pilot Rails 
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 Transom Platform MoB 
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 Island Rail 
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 Wheelhouse 
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 Rear Wheelhouse 
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 Substantial Fendering 
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 Raised Tank Access 
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 Side Deck (S) 
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 Helm Console (from port side) 
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 Helm Console (from starb'd side) 
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 Patrol 
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 Wheelhouse (looking forward) 
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 Excellent Working Deck Area 
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 Galley Area (P) 
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 Starboard Seating / Berth 
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 Heads Compartment 
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 Forward Saloon 
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 Engine Room (from aft) 
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 Engine Room (from Fwd) 

Overview:

SERIOUSLY FOR SALE AND OFFERS CONSIDERED: HALMATIC are synonymous with commercial pilot vessels worldwide and their various designs are a recognised industry standard. This particular model is based on the ARUN CLASS Lifeboat hull famously used by the RNLI as their flagship offshore lifeboat for many years. A proven semi displacement hull with a dependable power train for possibly the most arduous of marine operations. The robustness of construction and typical pilot vessel features of this vessel such as the fendering and functional MoB platform, make her ideally suited to many other commercial roles. Currently MCA Coded to Cat. 3, PV ‘Patrol’ has just been released from service. She has a port engine issue requiring rebuild / replacement and will be sold ‘as seen’ with the engine removed from the vessel but included in the sale.

Principle Information:

Make:

HALMATIC 

 

Vessel Reference:

LOCH 1435 

Model:

15.8m Pilot Vessel 

 

Number of Engines:

LOA:

15.85 Metres (52' 0")

 

HP (each):

550 

LWL:

14.63 Metres (48' 0")

 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

Beam:

5.18 Metres (17' 0")

 

Hull Material:

GRP 

Draft:

1.22 Metres (4' 0")

 

Displacement:

25000 Kg

Build Year

1995 

 

Hull Type:

Semi-Displacement 

£95,000 VAT Exempt

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

 

Galley Includes:

 

Cabins:

 

- Cooker:

No 

Heads:

Yes 

 

- Microwave:

Yes 

Shower

No 

 

- Refrigerator:

Yes 

Pressurised Hot/Cold Water:

Yes Heated by:  

 

- Central Heating:

Yes 

 

 

 

- Air Conditioning:

No 

Accommodation Details:

DESIGN: This vessel was purpose built as a pilot vessel and follows a standard format with central helm position, maximised vision laterally and viewing windows within the wheelhouse superstructure for upward vision when boarding ships. The wheelhouse is placed amidships at deck level to facilitate ease of access for pilots to enter and leave the cabin area. WHEELHOUSE: The helmsman and crew have a dedicated operational space with 3 No. suspension seats separated from the main seating area This has bench seating and two KAB suspension seats (recently replaced) (S), a chart table and storage cabinet (P) and central wooden doors open outwards onto the after deck. The helm console is positioned centrally to maximise peripheral vision and all operational instrumentation can be easily monitored including electronic navigational aids, engine controls and instruments. This vessel is fitted with heated front screens with 2 x pantograph wipers (P&S) and a straight-line wiper for the helm. Passive lighting is provided for night operations and the vessel is fitted with appropriate internal and external lighting including search lights and deck illumination. ACCOMMODATION: The companionway to port of the con leads to the accommodation below. In the forepeak, a watertight ‘dogged’ door provides access to a storage aft and chain locker. The saloon/mess area has bench seating (P&S) which can serve as two berths if required with storage lockers above and further storage below the seating. The GALLEY: (P) has working surfaces, a Panasonic microwave oven, stainless steel sink/drainer (H&C), extractor, 240v supply for electrical devices and a refrigerator (located opposite) plus usual storage for provisions and cooking utensils. HEADS COMPARTMENT: (S) with Jabsco electric toilet and stainless steel hand basin (H&C), extractor and storage lockers. Accommodation areas are served by a diesel hot air heater + Calorifier hot water system pressure pumped to the galley and heads compartments. EXTERNAL: The working deck is flush to gunwale and provides one level access forward to the boarding area, inboard safety rails are fitted with Hadrian tracks. A forward ‘island’ rail is fitted. The transom is recessed and fitted with a hydraulically operated ‘man-over-board’ recovery platform. A raised central structure serves as access to fuel & water tanks at the rear end of the engine room. The vessel has a signal mast atop the wheelhouse with operational lighting.

Mechanical:

Engine Make & Model:

SCANIA DI16 V8  

 

Battery System:

24V 

Gearbox Make & Model:

 

 

Power Generators:

 

Drive Configuration:

Shaft Drive 

 

- Genset(Kva):

Engine Year:

1995 

 

- Genset Model:

 

Engine Hours:

 

- Inverter:

Yes 

Last Serviced:

00/00/0000 

 

Shore Power:

Yes 

 

 

 

Battery Charger:

Yes 

Two SCANIA Di16 V8 4 stroke turbocharged diesel engines rated @ 550bhp each driving conventionally through reduction gearboxes. The port engine has failed and is currently considered unserviceable and therefore subject to a rebuild if viable or replacement. The engine room has check-a-plate flooring with access to the lower bilge areas, air extraction via large vents. Exhausts have inline silencers and exit through the aft quarters (P&S). Watertight ‘dogged’ fire doors lead to the accommodation forward and the tank room aft with further access to the steering compartment beyond. There is provision within the deck head for engine extraction. Note: It is advised this vessel will be sold with the port engine removed but included. Capacities: Fuel: 4000 litres in integral centreline tanks Water: 200 litres Black Water: T.B.C. Reported Performance: Max: *20 knots Operational: *16-18 knots (*dependent upon loadings)  

Principle Information:

Make:

HALMATIC 

Vessel Ref:

LOCH 1435 

Model:

15.8m Pilot Vessel 

No of Engines:

HP (each):

550 

Fuel Type:

Diesel 

LOA:

15.85 Metres 

LWL:

14.63 Metres 

Beam:

5.18 Metres 

Draft:

1.22  

Displacement:

25000 Kg

Hull Material:

GRP 

Hull Type:

Semi-Displacement 

Build Year

1995 

£95,000 VAT Exempt

Accommodation Overview:

Berths:

Heads:

Yes 

Cabins:

Cooker:

No 

Microwave:

Yes 

Refrigerator:

Yes 

Shower

No 

Hot/Cold Water:

Yes 

Water Heater:

 

Heating:

Yes 

Air Con:

No 

Accommodation Details:

DESIGN: This vessel was purpose built as a pilot vessel and follows a standard format with central helm position, maximised vision laterally and viewing windows within the wheelhouse superstructure for upward vision when boarding ships. The wheelhouse is placed amidships at deck level to facilitate ease of access for pilots to enter and leave the cabin area. WHEELHOUSE: The helmsman and crew have a dedicated operational space with 3 No. suspension seats separated from the main seating area This has bench seating and two KAB suspension seats (recently replaced) (S), a chart table and storage cabinet (P) and central wooden doors open outwards onto the after deck. The helm console is positioned centrally to maximise peripheral vision and all operational instrumentation can be easily monitored including electronic navigational aids, engine controls and instruments. This vessel is fitted with heated front screens with 2 x pantograph wipers (P&S) and a straight-line wiper for the helm. Passive lighting is provided for night operations and the vessel is fitted with appropriate internal and external lighting including search lights and deck illumination. ACCOMMODATION: The companionway to port of the con leads to the accommodation below. In the forepeak, a watertight ‘dogged’ door provides access to a storage aft and chain locker. The saloon/mess area has bench seating (P&S) which can serve as two berths if required with storage lockers above and further storage below the seating. The GALLEY: (P) has working surfaces, a Panasonic microwave oven, stainless steel sink/drainer (H&C), extractor, 240v supply for electrical devices and a refrigerator (located opposite) plus usual storage for provisions and cooking utensils. HEADS COMPARTMENT: (S) with Jabsco electric toilet and stainless steel hand basin (H&C), extractor and storage lockers. Accommodation areas are served by a diesel hot air heater + Calorifier hot water system pressure pumped to the galley and heads compartments. EXTERNAL: The working deck is flush to gunwale and provides one level access forward to the boarding area, inboard safety rails are fitted with Hadrian tracks. A forward ‘island’ rail is fitted. The transom is recessed and fitted with a hydraulically operated ‘man-over-board’ recovery platform. A raised central structure serves as access to fuel & water tanks at the rear end of the engine room. The vessel has a signal mast atop the wheelhouse with operational lighting.

Mechanical:

Engine:

SCANIA DI16 V8  

Gearbox:

 

Drive Type:

Shaft Drive 

Engine Year:

1995 

Engine Hours:

Last Serviced:

00/00/0000 

Battery System:

24V 

Genset Model:

 

Genset(Kva):

Inverter:

Yes 

Shore Power:

Yes 

Battery Charger:

Yes 

Two SCANIA Di16 V8 4 stroke turbocharged diesel engines rated @ 550bhp each driving conventionally through reduction gearboxes. The port engine has failed and is currently considered unserviceable and therefore subject to a rebuild if viable or replacement. The engine room has check-a-plate flooring with access to the lower bilge areas, air extraction via large vents. Exhausts have inline silencers and exit through the aft quarters (P&S). Watertight ‘dogged’ fire doors lead to the accommodation forward and the tank room aft with further access to the steering compartment beyond. There is provision within the deck head for engine extraction. Note: It is advised this vessel will be sold with the port engine removed but included. Capacities: Fuel: 4000 litres in integral centreline tanks Water: 200 litres Black Water: T.B.C. Reported Performance: Max: *20 knots Operational: *16-18 knots (*dependent upon loadings)  

Inventory:

Navigation Equipment

Furuno Radar
Seapro GPS / Plotter
Simrad Class A AIS Transceiver
Garmin 152H GPS
2 x Sailor Compact RT2048 VHF Radios
Icom IC-M601 VHF (DSC)
Standard Horizon Hailer System,
Furuno Wind Speed & Direction
Furuno Depth with Electronic Compass Display
Sestral Major Magnetic Compass
Vetus Rudder Indicator
Radio Receiver
Such other equipment at the owners’ discretion.

Electrical

Onboard systems are 24v
230v Victron Quatro shore power/charger.
Shore power serves outlets in the wheelhouse and accommodation areas and an invertor when at sea.

Safety Equipment

4 No. Life buoys
Life raft is hired.
Sea Marshal crew monitoring system.
Statex type engine room extinguishers with Marinex fire monitoring system at the con.
Hand extinguishers
Engine driven clutch operated bilge pump (from starboard engine).

Deck & General

Hydraulic man-over-board platform (with manual over ride)
Anchor & Chain
Hadrian Safety Rail system
Stn/Stl inboard rails and ‘island’ rail forward
Access to wheelhouse roof
Heavy ‘D’ section fendering with inter diagonals
Heated forward facing wheelhouse screens

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