Indonesian Firm Takes Delivery of Crew Boats

12 October 2009 (Last Updated October 12th, 2009 18:30)

Indonesia's Baruna Raya Logistics has received the last of four crew boats from Strategic Marine of Australia. The 101.7ft-long, 24.6ft-wide crew boat Colibri I was constructed at the company's Singaporean shipyard. The ABS certified vessel (type approval +A1HSC, CREWBOAT +AMS

Indonesia's Baruna Raya Logistics has received the last of four crew boats from Strategic Marine of Australia.

The 101.7ft-long, 24.6ft-wide crew boat Colibri I was constructed at the company's Singaporean shipyard.

The ABS certified vessel (type approval +A1HSC, CREWBOAT +AMS) features a hospital, has a seating capacity of 50 and accommodation for up to eight crew.

The boats are powered by three Cummins KTA38 M2 engines with ABS-type approval provide power for the 24kt vessel. Each engine develops 1,200hp at 1,800rpm with a continuous rating.

The Colibri I has a fuel capacity of approximately 30,000l in four main tanks plus one day-tank. It has also a tank for 7,000l of water.