Russia: Laky Verf Unveils Design of Multipurpose Boat

 

A multipurpose boat made of light alloy can be used as a staff, patrol, inspectorial, service-crew boat in the waters of the coastal and marine areas, and estuaries of major rivers as well as for boaters and fishing enthusiasts.

The boat is equipped with area for all-around observation with five seats, commodious deckhouse with a navigation control system and two cabins which can comfortably accommodate:

* up to 10 passengers – in the daytime

* up to 5 passengers – at night

According the Customer’s desire the boat can be equipped with flybridge which will expand the rest zone and allow to get a real pleasure from the control of the boat in the open air.

The spacious deck-house is a full salon where there is all necessary for line of duty, dispatching the special missions or rest: two work spaces, a dinner space – table, comfortable sofa for five persons, a galley with necessary equipment. There is a practical control post with advanced navigation system for safety boat control.

In addition the crew can rest in two cabins – fore and aft, the last one has head with the shower.

A powerful conditioning system which is powered from diesel-generator provides the comfortable staying in all premises.

The boat has launching and lifting appliance for the tender that allows you to produce both launching and lifting tender from the water aboard quickly.

Soft guard rail of the vessel provides a safe mooring in marinas and also allows small boats to dock to the boat without difficulty.

The boat has excellent speed qualities – up to 30 knots. Two diesels Volvo Penta D6-330/DPH (2 x 330 hp) with the corner swivel columns will be installed as the engines.

Model – Laky Verf 13M

Type – Multipurpose Aluminum Boat

Shipbuilding Company – LAKY VERF Company Limited

Ship building year – 2011

Class vessel – КМ µ R3

Hull – Aluminum

Superstructure – Aluminum

LOA – 13,7 m

Beam – 3,9 m without a guard rail

4,2 m with guard rail

Draught – 0,9 m

Max speed – 30 knots

Fresh water capacity – 100 liters

Volume gray / black water tanks – 100 liters

Total fuel capacity – 1200 liters

Main engines – 2 х Volvo Penta D6-330/DPH

by 330hp each with the corner swivel columns

Hull number – 01

Number of cabins – 2 (5 berths), head with the shower

Source: LakyVerf, April 25, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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