Self propelled split hopper barge 1985

Class: BV I 3/3 Split Hopper Barge EXPIRED      Type of vessel: BARGES - PONTOONS - CRANES      Year of Build:1985      Place of Build: Germany      Length: 49.96 m      Breadth: 9.29 m      Depth: 4 m      NT: N/A tons      GT: 499 tons      HP: 544      Engine details: 2 x Deutz 272BHP      Location: Europe     Price: 385,000 GBP    
415M3 SELF PROPELLED SPLIT HOPPER BARGE FOR SALE

GENERAL
Built (year and place) 1985, Germany / Danube
Rebuilt - Refitted deck and hold plates renewed (2013)
Hull material Steel
Flag UK
Class Society and Notation BV I 3/3 Split Hopper Barge Coastal Nav.
Presently expired - sold strictly "as is"

PRINCIPLE DIMENSIONS
Length Overall (m) 49.96 m
Breadth (m) 9.29 m
Depth (m) 4.00 m
Draft (loaded - light) (m) 3.00 m - 1.30 m
Hopper Capacity 415 m3
GT (GRT) 499 GRT

MACHINERY & PROPULSION
Total power output (BHP) 544 BHP
Main Engine(s) (make, type) 2 x Deutz 272BHP
Main Propulsion System 360° rudder propeller
Auxiliary engine(s) 2 x 45 KVA
Bow thruster (if any) Nil
Propellers 2 x Aquamaster
Speed (light - loaded) 7 knots - 6 knots

ACCOMMODATION
Total cabins 2 x 2 men each
Others Galley, mess room, toilet, shower

CARGO, TANKS CAPACITIES & RANGE AT SEA
Hopper capacity (m3) 415 m3

Fuel tanks capacity about 20 tons
Fresh Water tanks capacity about 2 tons

Range at sea (nm) about 1000-1500 nm
Endurance (days) about 5 days
Fuel consumptions about 170-180 litres per hour

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
It is a fast, reliable and highly manoeuvrable vessel, capable
of accessing more restricted sites, and ideal for capital and
maintenance dredging, beach replenishment and coast
protection projects.

Needs additional maintenance for trading. 
Engineering work to be completed on engines and drive legs.
Engines are operational final drives to be connected. 
Will be sold with certificates out of date.

NAVIGATION AND RADIO EQUIPMENT
Navigation plotter, Radar, V.H.F. radio

DECK AND TOWING, LIFTING, MOORING EQUIPMENT
2 x anchor winches 
1 x Davit for launching the lifeboat

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