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Marine Design Annual
preliminary design for a high-speed pas- BAR, with the support of Chartwell, and Onno Nienhuis. Harlingen-based senger ferry powered by battery-electric, developed a 30m CTV, making use of SeaZip Offshore Service will be respon- low-emission technology. The hydrofoil FOSS technology (foil optimized stabil- sible for the commercial management of design will use lightweight carbon ? ber ity system) to enhance seakeeping and the vessel.
construction and batteries to speed up maneuverability, while reducing vertical The combination of monohull and travel between urban centers and sub- acceleration by up to 70% in 2.5m wave catamaran is re? ected in the new ves- urban and rural communities, reducing heights. While offering greater levels of sel type name: the 30 Pax Monomaran and perhaps eliminating fuel use com- availability in rough seas, the BAR 30m Crewtender- Endurance class NG2727. pared to conventional fast ferries. CTV also demonstrates up to 50% fuel The 27-m, 27-knot vessel is scheduled
Program partners include: naval ar- ef? ciency savings at 15 knots, keeping to be delivered to Coastwise December chitecture and marine engineering ? rm emissions at bay in line with stringent 2021.
Glosten; Anacortes-based Bieker Boats; EPA Tier 4 guidelines.
DNV GL; as well as public sector stake-
New Fishery Inspection Vessel holders.
Monomaran Crewtender Danish naval architects OSK-
Coastwise Offshore Services and Next ShipTech A/S designed, and Hvide
AiP for CTV Generation Shipyards signed a contract Sande Shipyard will build a new $27m
BAR Technologies and Chartwell Ma- for the building of a new type of ves- ? shery inspection vessel for Danish rine earned Approval in Principle (AiP) sel, an aluminum vessel for the offshore Fisheries Agency. Ny Vestkysten will from the American Bureau of Shipping wind-industry, with an option for three replace the existing MV Vestkysten (ABS) for the design and construction additional vessels. from 1987. In addition to its main pur- of the new BAR 30m crew transfer The new boat aims to combine the pose as ? shery inspection vessel for the vessel (CTV). Vessels servicing the ex- stability of a catamaran with the speed North Sea and Skagerrak area, the new panding U.S. East Coast offshore wind and fuel ef? ciency of a monohull, and vessel is designed to ? t future inspec- development areas will increasingly the building of the vessel was at the ini- tion challenges, e.g. by the use of large need to travel further for longer, while tiative of Coastwise Offshore Services, drones, and cover service functions such navigating deeper waters and greater the new shipping enterprise owned by as emergency towing assistance, sal- wave heights. To meet this challenge, Eelko Wijdieks, Douwe van den Berg vage, and surveys.
AiP for CTV
New Fishery Inspection Vessel
Image Courtesy Next Generation Shipyards
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