80 TON BOLLARD PULL AHTS

OUTLINE SPECIFICATION

HALUL OFFSHORE SERVICES Co. W.L.L

80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 0 dated 06 April 2008

SECTION 1- GENERAL 100. Intent & Definition This specification is intended to describe the construction of a twin screw Anchor Handling, Towing, Supply and fire fighting Vessel (AHTSV) completely outfitted and equipped for rescue, offshore supply and other related duties. The Vessel will be classed for Unrestricted Service. The Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel is to tow, supply, support and act in the capacity of a safety vessel for offshore drilling and work-over rigs in the operational areas on a twenty-four (24) hour per day basis. Vessel shall be capable of operating in all seas and weather conditions, which may occur. Vessel may be utilized for any duties within the capabilities of the vessel The Vessel shall be equipped with two (2) Controllable Pitch Propeller, one (l) stern thruster and two (2) bow thrusters or Controllable pitch Azimuth Thruster and two (2) bow thrusters . The Vessel may be of single hull but to have double skin in way of the E/R. All accommodation and wheelhouse shall be forward and an open flat deck area aft for deck cargoes. For further details see the relevant sections of this Specification. While most of the functions and equipment requirements have been indicated herein after but it may not be exhaustive. Hence any item or equipment essentially required to proficiently utilise this type and size of vessel shall be provided by the builder, irrespective of whether or not the same are specifically detailed in this specification. The builder will ensure the safe and effective operation of all the systems, equipment and machinery provided on board, by providing suitable guards, platforms, accesses, communication facility, clear visibility, tools or any other accessories as required for satisfactory operation. Charter party specification requirements for the scope of service for this vessel, as annexed, are to be complied with, if not included this specification. The following terms will be used in the following specification:Owner : Halul Offshore Services Company W.L.L Builder : TBA Classification: LR / IAACS Member 101. Operational Requirements The Vessel is to be designed in such a way that the following roles can be obtained: a) Transport fresh water, diesel oil, deck cargoes, bulk cargoes (cement/Barites/ Bentonite) liquid mud, stores, materials & equipment. b) Tow / move Rigs c) Anchor handling d) External fire fighting e) Transportation of passengers to and from Oil field, located offshore the State of Qatar f) To berth and/or hold station near offshore platforms to safely transfer passengers**, liquids, deck and bulk cargoes. g) Rescue personnel fallen overboard and pollution control h) Helicopter hoisting facilities i) Operation to be 24-hours/day continuous operations, capable of remaining on station for a minimum of 15 days. ** Passenger means marine working personnel, rig-crew etc. Good manoeuvrability and station keeping, is to be achieved by using twin controllable pitch propellers, twin rudders / Azimuth Thrusters and bow and stern thrusters. Twin manoeuvring consoles shall be fitted in the wheelhouse stations, forward and aft with all individual controls and integrated joy-stick and DP system. Provision for the complete command and control of the vessel shall be provided on both the forward and aft consoles. The wheelhouse is designed to ensure excellent all-round view for facilitating all intended operations. Unobstructed view of the Windlass, rescue zone, aft deck, anchor handling /
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towing winch and aft overhead may be ensured by fitting full-length windows and deck head windows. Additional CCTV monitoring is to be provided with 3 cameras with zoom pan and wide angle facilities to cover AHT winch, Windlass, bow, Rescue zone and cargo deck. 1 camera shall be at fwd. deck and 2 cameras at aft deck. Views from all 3 cameras are to display simultaneously and also individually at the monitor at aft console at Wheel house. The accommodation is well appointed and centrally air-conditioned. The main propulsion engines are two medium speed heavy-duty marine diesels. All documents shall be in the English Language. Special Considerations Special consideration must be given to the following requirements: • Suitably equipped for anchor handling, towing and transport of passengers, deck and bulk cargoes. • Provide a stable platform/deck even in rough weather conditions. To minimize pounding and rolling, the main weight should be concentrated mid-ship and aft and the hull form should feature a fine bow with flared section above waterline. Safe havens for crew and passenger protection during cargo and passenger transfer operations shall have obstruction free access and there shall be no major obstructions in the safe havens. 102. Principal Particulars Dimensions (approximate): Length overall (Minimum) Breadth moulded Depth moulded Draft Scantling Draft loaded (Max.) Accommodation Super Structure height 70.00 m 16.00 m 7.00 m 06.50 m 06.00 m Less than 13.5m at summer load line draft, excluding masts, funnel, antennas, etc. 2500 T 80 T (Average pull) * 13.5 Knots 12.5 Knots 15 days @ service speed

Performance: Dead Weight required Bollard Pull Trial Speed @100% MCR & 4.5m draft Service Speed @ 85% MCR & 4.5m draft Endurance

* Corrections, for shallow water effect, helm angle, length of rope, circulation of water (current) around propeller etc. shall be applied as approved by classification society for certifying Bollard Pull Capacities (approximate) : Fuel Oil Fresh Water Drill Water / Water Ballast Water ballast Mud Foam Dispersant Dry bulk Lube Oil Sewage Holding Tank Dirty Oil Tank
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800 cu. m 800 cu. m. 400 cu. m At fwd & aft, as required 400 cu. m. 20 cu. m. 10 cu. m. 200 cu. m. (4 x 50 m3) 4 x 5 Cu.m 20 cu. m. 10 cu.m.
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Bilge Holding Tank Freezer/Chiller (Ship’s use) Deck Cargo Deck Loading (Aft working deck) Clear working deck area Machinery: Main Engine Propulsion System Generating Set Shaft Alternator Emergency Generator Main Engine driven Fi-Fi pump Bow Thrusters Stern Thrusters ( Required for Conventional CPP) Fuel Oil Cargo Pump Fresh Water Drill Water Pump Mud Pump

10 cu .m. 2x 25 M3 (Approx) 1000 t 5 t/sq.m, To be hard wood planked 500 sq.m (between the crash rails) *2x~2750 KW each with power take off for shaft alternator and Fi-Fi Pump CPP in nozzles ( Conventional or Azimuth) 3x~400 Kw diesel driven 2x~1200 KW (each) 1 x 120Kw diesel driven 2x1650 cu. m with and superstructure drenching system 2x~500 KWCPP type ** 1x~500 KW CPP type ** 2x~100 2x~100 2x~100 2x~100 cu.m/hr cu.m/hr cu.m/hr cu.m/hr @75m @75m @75m @75m head head head head

* Power of Main Engine to be appropriate for the speed and bollard pull & appropriate PTO requirement. ** Power to be not less than 12% of combined power of Main Engines Complement: Crew Hospital – dedicated hospital Special personnel Total Clear ceiling is not to accommodation spaces be less than 2150 18 men 0 men (See clause 308) 20 men 38 men mm (average) generally in

103. Classification The vessel including its Hull, Machinery and outfitting equipment shall be constructed in accordance with the latest Rules for Building & Classing of Steel Vessel to Lloyd Register of Shipping / other IACS member classification society (hereinafter referred to as classification) and have their class notation LRS+100A1+DP (AM)+UMS+Fi-Fi I Anchor Handling Towing/ Supply for Unrestricted Services or equivalent . Vessel to have class notation for IWS (In water survey) 104. Registry The vessel will be registered at Doha, under the flag of Qatar. 105. Rules & Regulations The Vessel and its equipment shall be designed and built in accordance with International Shipbuilding Standards in respect of general hull, marine engineering and electrical equipment and International Rules and Regulations which are in force at signing of Contract/ Keel Laying. Rules which may come into force prior delivery of the vessel shall be treated as modification.
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1972 including amendments of 1981 IMO A 534 “ Code of Safety for Special Purpose Vessels” Carrying up to 50 Special personnel. Certificates The following certificates are to be supplied to the owners at the time of delivery of the vessel. mooring. MARPOL 73/78 including requirements of the Baltic Sea Convention and all subsequent amendments Radio Communication Regulations to Government Regulations for GMDSS for Area A1 & A2 and wireless safety requirements International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at sea. All steel plates. The cost of all fees and charges incurred for survey. 152. 6954 – Guideline for overall evaluation of vibration in merchant ships. as applicable for this category and size of vessel: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Builder’s Certificate Classification Certificate (Hull and Machinery) Safety Equipment Certificate (for a complement of 38 persons ) Safety Construction Certificate Load Line Certificate Safety Radio Certificate IOPP certificate and MARPOL 1973 . ILO convention concerning crew accommodation on board ships (Nos. International Load Line Convention 1966 (Type ‘B’ Freeboard) Classification society rules International Tonnage measurements 1969 The International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from Ships.Protocol 1978. sections. International Electrical Commission (IEC) publication 92 – Electrical installation in Ships International Telecommunication Convention with the latest amendments including requirements for GMDSS. 133-1970. lashing equipment. ISO std. All steel used to be Halul offshore Services Page 5/81 . 140 &141) Maritime Laws and Regulations of the Qatar port authorities 106. Letters of Compliance with Annex IV. 92. classification and issue of certificates are to be borne by the builder. flag authority and owner. IMO A343 – Recommendation on methods of measuring noise levels and measuring points IMO 469 (X11) .Guidelines for the design and construction of offshore supply vessel Resolution A574 (14) – Recommendation on general requirements of Electronic Navigation aid.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 107. including overhead beams and lugs 17) Magnetic compass calibration sheet 18) All other certificates required by the classification. Materials & Workmanship a) All materials and workmanship are to be of good shipbuilding quality. & Machinery as applicable 15) Makers certificate for all the items 16) Load test certificate from classification for all the lifting. V and VI issued by Classification Society 8) Tonnage Certificate 9) De ratting Certificate 10) Approved SOPEP 11) Approved Garbage management plan 12) Approved Cargo Securing Manuel 13) Type approval certificates of equipment and machinery as applicable 14) Class certificates for the Eqpt. 0 dated 06 April 2008 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SOLAS 1974 for cargo ships with all subsequent amendments. 1973 and Protocol 1978. hull forging and castings are to meet classification’s requirements and supplied with test certificates where required by classification society.

testing. Approved and accepted equipment and machinery list of all equipment and machinery to be used in the vessel is included as attachment ‘Makers List’. 110. blowholes and other defects. The yard shall inform the owners giving 14 days notice for attending the shop trials of main engines. 0 dated 06 April 2008 of good welding quality. 109. Welding Vessel to be of all welded construction. machinery and deck fittings. High standards of up-to-date welding practice and procedures are to be applied. specification & classification requirement. Tests Shop Trials Shop trials of the following equipment are to be conducted in the presence of the owners and classification representatives. 108. Only mild steel to be used for hull structure. Scantlings are to class requirements or more. Shell plating is butted flush and fully welded seams. All visible plates are to be smooth and straight wherever applicable. propulsion system. Diesel generators. the Hull. Qualified personnel from main engine. all machinery. edge preparation and gap widths. owners and /or their representative. c) All smith work or fabricated fittings to be of neat design. the surveyors. b) All woods used to be suitable for the intended purpose and of good quality. Shipyard to submit QAP Plan showing inspections and control points by class and owners representatives. Alternator set load tests shall be carried out to demonstrate satisfactory electrical load and condition.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Towing winch and Main & emergency switch boards. Continuous welding is to be used for all the structure up to uppermost continuous deck and weather exposed area. free from laminations or other harmful defects and to be blasted and primed before using. All timber to be impregnated against rot. Insulation measurements shall Halul offshore Services Page 6/81 . Welding schedules to meet classification requirement/ standard. strong. domestic equipment are to be thoroughly tested in the presence of the classification society’s attending surveyor. Electrodes to be selected from classification approved lists. Steel castings to be manufactured to classification requirements and approval where required. Where possible. auxiliary machinery and other specified major equipment suppliers / manufacturers shall be in attendance during installation. Temporary lugs are to be removed and burs ground smooth with out any defect. in accordance with contract plans. Bow thruster. Electrical machinery and circuits shall be tested to demonstrate satisfactory workmanship and compliance with specified requirements. associated with alignment. Inspection/Supervision Throughout the construction period prior to the delivery. Welding to be in accordance with classification requirements. dock trials and sea trials as necessary at builder’s expense. piping. Intermittent welding to be used only inside the super structure. Lifting eyes are provided on shell plating to facilitate propeller & rudder removal. commissioning. fairness. all equipment installed. structure should be pre-fabricated in assemblies and sub-assemblies to give the maximum possible amount of down hand welding. owner’s representative and consultants are to be given free access to the builder’s yard during normal working hours for supervision and inspection. Deck crane. smooth & free from defects. Onboard Trials Prior to the delivery. within 2 months of contract signing. electrical. All castings to be of good quality close grained and free from cracks. infestation and free from odour.

automation etc. Propulsion machinery. refrigeration machinery All deck machinery Air-conditioning machinery All pumps etc. All piping systems shall be pressure tested according to the classification requirement. FW. The vessel is to demonstrate a minimum free running speed of 13.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. b) Endurance Trials Full power endurance trials to be carried out for a period not less than 4 hours or as per classification requirement which ever is higher. All diesel oil. pilotage. Control systems Automation 112. All piping systems are to be fully tested. control systems. A representative of the Statutory Authority and owner’s representative are to be present at the inclining experiment. deck machinery. 0 dated 06 April 2008 be taken for each electrical item and associated circuits in presence of owner’s representative and recorded. Dock Trials Dock trials are to be carried out in accordance with a programme agreed between Builder and the Owner. All tanks generally complete with its fittings and piping to be tested under hydrostatic and / or pneumatic pressure according to the classification requirement. The builders are to supply a master. all victuals and necessary equipment and arrange the catering during the trials. The compass is to be adjusted during sea trial. subject to builder providing FO analysis report from an approved lab. A report on the inclining experiment is to be supplied to the Owner. lubrication oil. in deep waters and sea conditions around Beaufort scale 2-3. 111. are to be tested. to check operation of machinery. Through out the period readings of the pressures and temperatures are to be taken at 30 minutes intervals. a) Speed Trials Speed is to be assessed during performance trials. crew. Dock trials are to be carried out in the presence of Owner’s representative.5 knots at 4.5 knots at 4. Halul offshore Services Page 7/81 .75m draft @ 85% MCR with the vessel and sea conditions similar to above.75 m draft and 100% MCR of the engines. Sea trial Sea trial is to be arranged and carried out in accordance with a program approved by the Classification society and owners. Inclining Experiment Before sea trials and with the vessel in as complete a condition as possible. The vessel also should demonstrate a cruising speed of minimum 12. Owners at acquisition cost may buy the remaining diesel oil on board after the trials. including the checking of valve name plates Electrical power points together with all lights Auxiliary machinery Ventilation. prior to painting in way of the welds. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 113. an inclining experiment is to be carried out to ascertain the lightship displacement and centre of gravity. Main engines Fuel consumption shall be recorded separately for MCR and for 90% power. Maximum combustion pressures are to be recorded at 100% and 90% MCR. engine room auxiliary machinery. Parameters of the main engines and propulsion system are to be recorded at these operating condition and also at 50% MCR. standby vessel and dues for the trials are to be paid for by the builders. Noise is to be measured during endurance trials and recorded. Free running speed shall be measured over an approved “measured mile” in four (4) consecutive runs.

The time to turn through 360 degrees and the diameter of the turning circle are to be recorded. 0 dated 06 April 2008 c) Turning Circle and Steering Trials Steering gear trials are to be carried out. The results of the inclining experiment are to be used in the preparation of a comprehensive Trim and Stability Book for the use of ship’s officers. The course. the propeller is to be reversed to full astern. machinery and equipment. the propellers are to be reversed to full ahead. The rudder is to be moved to the hard over position with vessel under full headway and held until the vessel has made one or more complete circles. Environmental Conditions The vessel. 114. Turning circle trial has to be also carried out using Thrusters Williamson Turn (Man overboard trial) is to be carried out and a plot of the turn with relevant distances and time are to be framed and installed at a suitable location in the bridge. d) Stopping & Astern Trials With the vessel proceeding ahead at full power the thrust direction controls are to be moved from ‘full ahead’ to ‘full astern’ and the following records taken: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Time to move controls from ‘full ahead’ to ‘full astern’ Time for the thrust to reach a steady condition to ‘Full Astern’ direction Time to bring the vessel to a stop. Estimate of distance run between initiation of order and stopping of vessel Time to a steady astern condition During the astern trial the vessel is to be inspected for occurrence of local vibration. in accordance with Classification Society requirements. The time taken to move the rudder and the rudder angle is to be recorded and a plot of the same has to be framed and installed in the wheel house.0 m 1. 360C 500C 92% 18m/sec 3.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. After the vessel has reached full sternway and with engines running at their full revolutions. The completed Trim and Stability Book is to be approved by the Regulatory Authorities. time and distances for these manoeuvres are to be recorded. and the vessel is to run until the output of the engine has reached full headway.0 m/sec 10 sec Trim & Stability The vessel is to have sufficient positive stability in normal conditions of loading to comply with the standards as recommended by the Regulations and/or Authorities. their components and related systems shall be entirely suitable for service under the following conditions: Sea water temperature Ambient air temperature Relative air humidity Wind velocity Significant wave height Current velocity Wave period 115. With the vessel under full headway and the engines running at their full revolutions. The test is to be repeated with the helm hard over in the opposite direction. plant. the rudder is to be kept amidships. During this trial. Halul offshore Services Page 8/81 . The stability data is to include loading conditions sufficient to cover normal operating roles. Builder should ensure that the vessel should have a trim by stern in all loading conditions and does not have any permanent list.

Ballast & Fire main System 33) 34) Ship’s Fuel and Lube oil System 35) Engine Cooling 36) Starting air system 37) Service air system 38) Exhaust system & funnel 39) AC and Ventilation system 40) Cool & Cold room arrangements 41) Refrigeration system 42) Cooling system for AC & Refrigeration system 43) STP system 44) Domestic FW (Hot. Cold) & Sanitary System 45) Position and details of Tank Vent. control cables etc. lighting. Drawings On completion.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Sounding & Filling Pipes 46) Oily Water filter and overboard system 47) Schematic Wiring Diagram and Reference to Fittings 48) As fitted Cable try & wiring drawing for power. 1) General Arrangement 2) Hydrostatic Curves 3) Cross Curves 4) Stability Booklet 5) Dimensional Profile 6) Anodes plan 7) Docking Plan 8) Drain plugs drawing 9) Tank Calibration 10) Structural Profile & Deck 11) Midship Section 12) Cargo rail and Bulwark 13) Structure in way of crane 14) Engine Seating Detail 15) Plummer block drawings 16) Forward Sections 17) Aft Sections 18) Typical sections 19) All transverse and Longitudinal Bulkheads 20) Shell Expansion 21) Superstructure Detail 22) ‘A’ Bracket details 23) Shafting Arrangement 24) Rudder Arrangement 25) Rudder stock & Rudder drawing 26) Drawing of Skeg 27) Bilge keel drawing 28) Deck outfit plan 29) Anchoring and mooring arrangement plan 30) Seachest arrangements 31) Engine Room Layout 32) Thruster Tunnel Detail Bilge. two sets of soft copies on CD ROM of the following AS-FITTED drawings to be given with the vessel in addition to three (3) sets of paper prints. 51) 24V DC Radio battery Charging Panel & 24V DC Switchboard 52) Ventilation Arrangement 53) LSA Plan Halul offshore Services Page 9/81 . 0 dated 06 April 2008 116. communication. 49) Shaft generator arrangement 50) Main Switchboard Wiring & Short Circuit Calculations etc.

gob eye. including a escape route • A plan showing safety provisions including location and operation of life-saving appliances and a procedure for evacuation of personnel from the Vessel • Procedures for anchoring and mooring operations • Procedures for adverse weather conditions.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. and platform pull off emergencies • Black out procedure. containing guidance for the safe operation of the Vessel under normal and emergency conditions. Halul offshore Services Page 10/81 . shark jaw. must be on board and available to all concerned. As a minimum this operating manual shall contain: • A general description of the Vessel • Schematic diagrams of main and emergency power supplies and electrical installations • Fire control plan including type and location of fire-fighting appliances and a procedure for evacuation of personnel from the Vessel. Two copies of the completed vessel’s colour photograph of size 10R. 0 dated 06 April 2008 54) 55) 56) 57) 58) 59) 60) 61) 62) 63) 64) 65) 66) 67) 68) 69) 70) 71) 72) 73) 74) 75) 76) 117. Vessel Operating Manuals Operating manuals. properly framed shall be provided. tow pins. towing bollard. 118. AHT winch etc. Well killing liquid system Dispersant system FO cargo system FW cargo system External FI-FI system Lay out of manholes and hatches Lay out of doors Lay out of ladders Lay out of windows and port holes Penetration fittings drawing Mast drawing Bulk Cargo system FO purification system LO purification system Painting scheme detailing area and type of paint Trimmed sounding tables. also for the tank gauging system Fendering plan and details Towing and Anchor Handling arrangement details including all the equipments like stern roller. Cargo securing manual Garbage management plan Fire safety operation booklet (FSOB) Approved SOPEP Training manual for LSA &FFA eqpt. Framed Plans Following drawings/plans shall be framed and mounted at appropriate places on the vessel: a) General Arrangement b) Capacity Plan c) Life Saving Arrangement plan d) Fire Fighting arrangements plan e) Bilge and Ballast plan f) Fuel and Lube oil system g) Turning circle and Willamson Turn h) Stopping distances i) Bunkering Plan and Procedures Comprehensive set of colour photographs showing systematically the progress in construction of the vessel from steel cutting until trial completion shall be supplied to the owner from time to time.

spare parts catalogue etc. Model test . if not covered by this specification. For changes. shall be to buyer’s account. Modification If for any reason the Owner or Builder would wish to change brand of equipments. are to be adjusted in the contract price. 124.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. coolers and tanks are cleaned and preserved/ painted till delivery to and acceptance by owners. the vessel thoroughly cleaned and ready for service. equipment. immediately upon finalizing the GA and in any case not later than 3 months from the date of signing the contract. Shipyard shall submit results of model test to Buyer’s representatives. Ship’s Model One ships model per vessel in scale 1:100 shall be supplied. Soft copies of instruction manuals shall also be supplied on CD-ROM. Spare Gear & Tools Builder is to provide all spare parts as listed in section 9 of this specification and also those mandatory required by classification society in their rules. 120. Halul offshore Services Page 11/81 . etc. Builders shall ensure that all machinery. A joint acceptance survey shall be conducted after successful completion of trials 3 days prior to the delivery date. Any additional spares if recommended by manufacturer are to be offered to owners for purchase. 122. outside the agreed maker’s list. bilges. All the tools and the standard spares from the Manufacturer are to supplied to the vessel. The builders shall have completed rectification of all defects. 125. of all machinery and equipment in English language are to be supplied by the builders. 123. 121. Practice Any modifications or changes required by Classification Society and Government Authority. if available from respective suppliers. Manuals of Machinery & Equipment Three (3) sets of instruction manuals. Delivery Delivery of the vessel is to be taken afloat adjacent to the builder’s yard at a safe berth. The vessel shall be delivered to the owner’s crew outside the port limit upon dropping of the pilot with propulsion machinery running. if any. M/E and auxiliary machinery and propeller units shall be protected between shop trials and sea trials by a method of corrosion inhibitors approved by manufacturers. prevailing on the date of keel laying or similar stage but not mentioned in the specification shall be modified and installed at no extra cost to the Owner. 0 dated 06 April 2008 119. both parties are to mutually agree first and any differences in prices. in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract. components and materials. piping. required by class or statutes effected after the keel laying date.

Halul offshore Services Page 12/81 202. However ~1mm extra thickness over rule requirement is to be provided for bottom. Upon completion of the Kort nozzle fabrication. Azimuth Propulsion System Two azimuth thrusters shall be installed. Provision is to be made for internal drainage to the drain plug.25m. Provision is to be made to ensure internal drainage to the drain plugs. All openings cut in shell deck or other members shall be regular in outline with well-rounded corners. upper part to support shaft aft bossing and lower part to protect propellers. 204. Four or five bladed NiAl propeller with variable pitch working in a flow accelerating PV nozzle. Upon completion the Skeg is to be provided with a float coat by filling & draining of bitumen solution or equivalent. 205. 0 dated 06 April 2008 200. The vessel is to be double skinned in way of engine room and thrusters. Propeller shaft brackets are to be of the “Y” type. Keel A plate keel 14mm thick and minimum 600mm wide is to be fitted. heavy insert plates shall be fitted. No opening shall be made in any stress member for penetration of pipes. propeller openings. Sacrificial anodes are to be provided on the exterior surface. sides. floors and girders in ballast tanks. sea chests and other openings. Standard horizontal drive thruster for bolt-in type mounting for installation from thrusters room. cable or other purpose unless approved by class with compensation if necessary. In way of openings for hawse pipes. Lofting of the hull shall be thoroughly checked by the builders and inspected by the owner’s representative before templates are taken for construction. a float coat is to be provided by filling and draining of bituminous solution or equivalent. 205A 206 .STRUCTURE SPECIFICATION General The steel hull and deckhouse are to be of all welded construction. Doors to void spaces / escapes at ER wings shall be watertight type. The scantlings of all members shall be as per the classification requirement for a draft of 5. SECTION 2. W/T bulkheads and exposed decks. All workmanship shall be executed by “qualified” and skillful workmen under regular supervision. at the aft for propulsion and for station keeping of the Vessel. connected throughout the length to the centre girder. Bottom & Shell Construction The bottom is to have double bottom tanks in way of the crew’s quarters and the engine room. Kort Nozzles The propellers are to be housed in adequately rigged Kort nozzles preferably with SS plating in way of the propeller tip at inner side of nozzle. Each azimuth thrusters shall be driven by Main Engine and with controllable pitch propeller. It is to be tapered at the forward end to the stem bar or plate and is to be continued up to the aft end. 201. Skeg A double plate box shaped Skeg is to be fitted on the centreline aft and set forward of the propellers. Shaft Brackets ( Conventional CPP) Two shaft brackets are to be fitted on port and stbd to support and protect propellers. Stem The stem is to be formed by a mild steel bar or by a formed radiused plate suitably stiffened by webs and breast hooks as per the design. made of fabricated mild steel construction. The nozzle is to be of mild steel with Stainless steel lining in way of propeller.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 203.

with a heavy top plate to take the steering gear and house the watertight gland. Halul offshore Services Page 13/81 208. Suitable blanks and fittings are to be provided for “In Water Survey” with appropriate class notation. The suction pipes have to extend into the sea chest to prevent drawing of entrapped air if any to the upper level of the sea chest. . The bearing and stock to be designed to take the full side load of the rudder. Sch 80 pipe) to be provided between the deck line fenders and the lower fender. W-type rubber fenders are to be provided at the bow and stern. Sea Chests Sea chests meeting the classification society requirements have to be provided on the port and stbd sides for the ships use. The rudderstock is to be of forged steel. The rudder bearing is to be water lubricated. MGPS from CORINTEC or similar using Cu & Al anodes to be provided in the main and FI-FI pump sea chests for anti-fouling of seawater lines. made of 300 x 12 plate with 25mm dia. Separate sea chest(s) of adequate size is/are to be provided for the external fire pump. Raked half round pipe fender(300 NB. Bilge Keels One (1) bilge keel each on P&S. 210. Air vent pipes have to be provided from the upper most point. they are to be “raised” type. 0 dated 06 April 2008 206A. The ends to be well tapered. Sacrificial anodes are to be fitted on the out side surfaces of each rudder. Draft Marks Draft marks are to be in metric on P+S at forward. in similar lines to the main sea chests above. The location of the same are to be such that these will be well under water even in the lightest condition of the vessel. double plate type. In engine room and main deck. In way of accommodation. Securing of tyres to be done to four points (lugs) using chains and shackles. Rudders & Rudder Trunks ( Conventional CPP) Two (2) semi balanced high performance (lift) rudders with bottom pintles are to be fitted each with an approved area. Fenders Half round metallic pipe fenders (300 NB. The plate frames to have limber holes to ensure internal drainage. the rudders are to be filled with bituminous or equivalent solution and drained. The rudder trunk is to be tubular steel. After testing. with internal horizontal plate frames.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. A lifting eye and a jumping collar are to be fitted to each rudderstock. Round bar is to be fitted on the bilge strake between the chines on doublers. Sch 80 pipe)to be provided at the deck level. they are to be of recessed type with flush wooden covers to match deck level. 211. A heavy steel boss to be incorporated at the lower end of the trunk and fitted with approved type bearing. 207. The fendering plan and the securing arrangement is to be approved by the owners. Manholes All manholes are to be of elongated shape with stainless steel studs and nuts. raised deck level (if any) and at the foxle deck level on P+S. Adequate number of used aircraft tyres are to be installed above fenders on the sides and stern such that the tyre fenders will be touching each other or separated by a gap less than 50mm. The rudders are to be watertight streamlined. 209. fabricated of mild steel. The gratings have to be fitted using hinges. Suitable filling and drain plugs are to be fitted and lifting arrangements are to be incorporated for the rudder and on the hull. aft and amidships as per the relevant regulations.

Bulwark stays welded direct to deck. All coamings are to be as per Loadline Regulations. W/T Doors & Hatches Hand operated watertight doors with clear opening of 1400mm high by 650mm wide are to be provided as necessary. 217.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The cargo deck. The timber to be retained by steel bars spaced approximately 1800 / 2400 mm apart. Watertight/Oil tight Bulkheads The WT/OT bulkheads are to be plated horizontally. Deck House & Minor BHD Scantlings are to Classification requirements. flush type hatch about 1. Halul offshore Services Page 14/81 . (To be marked on GA Plan) The deck plating is to be welded direct to the shell. 214. 0 dated 06 April 2008 212. Bolted access manholes with gasket to be fitted to each tank space to Classification requirements. Steel minor bulkheads to be fitted around following accommodation compartments: • Toilets (excluding modular toilets) • Laundry • Galley • AHU room • Stores • Freezer and cool rooms Flood coamings of 50 mm height above deck to be provided on all the decks above main deck to prevent stamp of paint on vertical bulkheads and sides. Arched pipe of around 100mm NB with flanged connection to be provided over the openings for bollards to maintain continuity. from each side of the bulkhead. 214A. Suitable W/T hatch / portable panel are to be provided on the foxle deck and main deck for removal of BT and ST motors. Forecastle Deck Forecastle deck is to have increased scantlings in way of deck machinery. Exposed deck 216. Watertight hatches are to be fitted on the main deck between bulwark and cargo rail and one on fore deck. Watertight doors and hatches are to be fabricated to Yard’s standard design. Lids to be capable of being opened and closed from inside and outside. inside the line of the cargo rails. portable. Stiffeners to be spaced to suit deck longitudinal and bottom structure (also to meet the class requirements) with bracket at each end. 215.5M x 1M size to be provided above the engine room for handling of large spare parts. Main Deck The deck plating aft of the superstructure is to be 10mm minimum thick and to take uniformly distributed load of 5tonnes/M2. set in 75mm at top from shell side. The large hatches to be provided with counter weight (for out side ones) and tension springs (for the inboard ones) to facilitate easy opening by one person using one hand only. Bulwarks Bulwarks at main deck level to be 1 M high extending from corners of transom to aft of forecastle. Plating to be 8 mm thick with 100 NB sch. They are to be capable of local control. Deckhouses are to be welded direct to deck. 213.80 pipe on top. One bolted. plating to be 1mm more than classification rule requirement. to be covered with 50mm thick hardwood laid fore and aft. Drag Plate Drag plate of appropriate size and adequate thickness is to be provided on the main deck forward of stern roller.

Handgrips to be fitted in way of W. Suitable stays to be provided to make the mast sturdy. Blocks for aerials. All transitions in the bulwark top are to be made as smooth as possible to avoid snagging the towline. which is to be fitted with a watertight manhole cover. alley ways.’s and showers and where required in way of manholes and vertical ladders.5 m wide is to be provided on the P&S side bulwarks. 220A. bridge deck. The floor of the locker is to be perforated steel plate made portable. Rails & Stanchions To be fitted around wheelhouse top. around consoles etc. 219.80 pipe. Upper forecastle bulwark rail bar to be 100 NB sch. Freeing ports to be cut in upper forecastle bulwarks. Cast steel mooring chocks to be fitted on the bulwark at the appropriate locations for passing the mooring ropes. One opening each of 1. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Freeing ports to be arranged in main deck bulwarks with area to Classification requirements. Stanchions to be 65mm x 14mm flat bar. Masts The main mast is to be fitted with brackets for the navigation lights. Storm rails of 32mm diameter (stainless steel or plastic covered pipe) shall be provided inside the accommodation spaces. arranged for access to light trays and necessary fittings. Foot holes are to be cut in the centre division adjacent to the access opening. Top rails to be 32mm galvanised pipe. Masts to have rungs with protective guard carried to the top. Funnels Twin funnel uptakes to be arranged to accommodate the exhausts and to serve as engine room hot air exhaust. They are to be suitably protected using portable wooden storm boards. The cables are to be self-stowing. Dispensation for distance between the forward and aft mast is to be arranged by the owners. Flood coamings Raised flood coamings of 50mm height shall be provided on all exposed decks to prevent staining of shipsides and superstructures. spaced approximately 1800mm and welded to deck. 217A. 218. Doubling plates to be fitted under bulwark stanchion feet and in way of mooring pipes. forecastle deck and elsewhere as necessary. yard arms and ensign staff to be fitted and sheaves for signal flags and shape hoists to be arranged on masts.capacity is to be provided on the stbd side on the foxle deck mounted close to or on the bulwark. with solid half round or inverted angle stiffeners. Rope Davit A rope davit along with a hand-operated winch / chain pulley block of 500 kgs. The capacity of each locker is to be sufficient to stow specified length of chain cables. middle and bottom rails to be 19mm diameter solid rod. wheelhouse.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Chain Lockers & Pipes Two (2) chain lockers are to be constructed to the forward of the collision bulkhead. Halul offshore Services Page 15/81 . 220. etc.C. To be fitted to ladder ways and round ladder way landings. The lockers to be formed by steel bulkheads. Bitter-ends to be fitted for securing the cable ends. as required. 221. as required.

Tanks All tanks to be constructed of steel plate. holding down bolts and/or fitted bolts are to be provided and carefully fitted as required for all items of machinery. Spurling pipes are to be provided with 50 mm half round chaffing bar. In addition to guillotine bars. Seatings Main engine. Suitable chock fast resin.L. 223. Halul offshore Services Page 16/81 . Lifting equipment is load tested after installation and permanently marked with the S. Small tanks to be fitted with Gauge glass. Suitable bolted ladders are to be provided wherever necessary. All tanks shall be pressure tested. anchor lashing/securing arrangements shall be provided on forecastle deck. In way of manholes on both sides handgrips and steps (rungs) are to be fitted as necessary. Test certificates of the proof load from classification society to be provided. thoroughly cleaned and inspected by owner’s representatives before closing of manholes.W. Gear boxes. Fire pumps. baffles and inspection covers shall be fitted to all tanks. For more details see clause 518D. 222. sounding pipes drain plugs. propulsion units and diesel alternators. mainly the following: Main engines. Reliable calibrated tank content gauges to be fitted for monitoring of FW & FO tank content. sewage tanks. A permanent flushing arrangement to be provided in the hawse pipes for cleaning the anchor cables. gearbox and auxiliary engine seatings are to be built by the Shipbuilders but are to be submitted to Owners and engine builders for their approval. Venting pipes. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Chain pipes and hawse pipes to be of welded steel construction designed to give easy stowage of the anchors and cables. 225. Material Thickness Tolerance The tolerance allowed on material thickness is + 0. 224. double continuous welds in SW tanks. or any other tank intended to contain corrosive liquids and stiffened to class requirements.5mm Lifting Points Lifting points or rails are to be provided over heavy machinery. filling pipes.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Striker plates are to be provided below the sounding pipes and doubler plates of larger diameter are to be provided below the bell mouths. suction lines.

An emergency shower cum eyewash station is to be provided at the aft end of the accommodation on the main deck outside the toilet. stores and cold/freezer rooms. shall be chosen by the Builder and submit to Owner for approval. Persons Spl. of Bunks Spl. Modular toilets shall be used everywhere. All doors are to meet with SOLAS requirements and with baked enamel finish frames. stores and other compartments throughout the accommodation. 0 dated 06 April 2008 300. rooms. plastic laminates. All such nameplates are to indicate name of compartment. A mirror cabinet. a clear height of about 2150 mm average is to be generally achieved. All hardware used to be of brass. These are to be designed and arranged to provide the comfort and space utilization. All loose furniture. toxicity etc. lockers. workspaces etc are to be identified by plastic nameplates over doors. Name Plates & Notice Boards All cabins. Master key suitable for all these locks is to be provided. Halul offshore Services Page 17/81 . Padlocks of brass to be provided for hatches/doors as appropriate. All fixtures and fittings are to be from a quality supplier approved by owners before installation. cupboards. Special attention shall be paid to the rules and regulations concerning the noise level. Upholstery of all chair / settee in mess / recreation room / offices are to be of leather finish Rexin. SECTION 3 . as applicable. outside the accommodation. Chrome plated brass locks are to be fitted to all drawers. Chief officer & 2nd Engineer Two men cabins Total Complement 1 2 4 1 1 2 No. shall have water closet. Scheme of decoration together with colours for furnishing fabrics. Persons Spl. Escape hatches to have internal locking arrangements.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. mattresses for bunks and PVC covered settees / chairs are to be of good quality and supplied and fitted by the builder. Generally within the accommodation area. Good quality Mortise locks with three (3) keys having engraved labels each are to be fitted to doors of all cabins (double berth cabins to have 4 keys). soap dishes. All doors and hatches to have ‘door catches’ to hold in open position. General The accommodation is to be arranged & fitted out in accordance with best shipbuilding practice and confirming to ILO Rules and clauses (irrespective of Tonnage Requirement).ACCOMMODATION & OTHER COMPARTMENTS. Notice boards and nameplates as requested by Classification and authority regulations are to be provided. of Cabins 2 5 2 2 2 7 No. Persons Captain. hung on brass / stainless steel hinges and fitted with brass / SS door fittings. towel racks etc shall also be provided in the toilet. of Men 2 10 8 2 2 14 38 All 6 nos single cabins and 6 nos two men cabins to have en-suite toilet facilities. paints etc. Separate community toilets shall be provided for the crew and special personnel having no toilet facility attached. Chief Engineer. It shall be fully air conditioned with such installed capacity as to ensure that room temperature does not exceed 23°C @ 50% relative humidity even during the extreme ambient conditions prevailing in the summer months (up to 50°C @ 90% RH). urinal and washbasin with hot & cold-water taps. Asbestos is not to be used for any of the accommodation materials. deck coverings. Builder shall provide information of all material used for the construction. All materials used in accommodation area to comply with the relevant regulations regarding inflammability. Allocation of Cabins Status No. The toilet on main deck.

In addition to navigational and electric equipment. and all single berth cabins. pressure gauges etc. Valve engraved metallic nameplates to be bolted to valve wheels. These covers are to be stowed in WH. Doors to be fitted with large fixed windows. Engraved labels are to be supplied for all keys. Hinged. Air. forward and aft. and keep lanyard Bookshelf and racks Steel filing cabinets Upholstered settee. adjustable in height and with footrest. weather tight doors to be fitted on each side of wheelhouse giving access to open bridge deck. water & lube oil temp. 301. Window washing System to be of centrally controlled type from forward and aft console. and engine The forward & aft consoles in the wheelhouse to be fitted with: ME controls ME and shaft tachometers. indicators & alarms Page 18/81 Halul offshore Services .Multi channel independent switching / auto tracking international satellite television system with RADOME antenna connected to mess rooms. the following items to be supplied and fitted in the wheelhouse: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Flag lockers for one complete set of International signal flags Binocular box forward and aft (2 off) Storm rails all round Chart table with drawers under with retaining edge and the chronometer chest incorporated. VCD players and LCD television sets shall be provided in these spaces (Total 7 sets of VCD players and televisions). Wheelhouse The wheelhouse is to be located on wheelhouse deck and to be fitted with all navigation. Chart table to be provided with save-all and slit on tabletop edge for the charts. SOLAR SOLV or similar foldable/roller screens are to be provided for all windows of Wheelhouse. Alarms for main engines. Portable storm covers are to be provided for WH windows as required by class. One chart table lamp with dimmer Radio table with drawers under One radio table lamp with dimmer Radio operator’s clock Two Helmsman chairs with arm rest. auxiliary engines. The wheelhouse to have completely duplicated combined steering manoeuvring console one each fitted across the bridge. Wheelhouse windows are to be arranged to give maximum visibility all round and above. The magnetic compass is to be located above the forward steering position. upholstered. communication and control equipment as specified elsewhere. recreation rooms. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Shipbuilder’s nameplate with principal particulars of the vessel to be displayed on the vessel and in the vessel’s model. hat pegs and coat hooks A toilet (WC + Washbasin with hot & cold-water taps) shall be on the W/H deck. One (1) 350 mm diameter heavy duty clear view screen to be fitted in window forward and one (1) in aft window. All tags are to be marked for space and numbered.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Rudder indicators Steering controls & indicators Bow thruster controls. Window wipers are to be provided for all forward and aft wheelhouse window screens except for the windows where clear view screens have been provided. sounding pipe filling and discharge pipes to have engraved metallic nameplate. tanks etc. Satellite TV system .

echo sounder/repeater. All electrical fixtures and fittings to be international supplier. BT & steering (aft console only) Horn button Muster alarm Joystick control for search lights PA system VHF (GMDSS& Charterer’s) Gyro/repeater. • 1 upholstered desk chair • 3 Hat & coat hooks • 2 port lights / window c/w deadlight covers and curtain • 1 keyboard • 2 spare power points 240/1/50 • 1 battery clock • 1 book case • 1 4-drawer steel filing cabinet • 1 Small built in domestic refrigerator • 1 One small safe TV & Radio Arial sockets. 0 dated 06 April 2008 - Integrated joystick controls for propulsion & manoeuvring (at aft console only) Manual & Joystick selector switch for propulsion. suitable for Qatar. 302. hot and cold water 1 waste bin 1 common extractor fan 1 spare power point. External Fi-Fi control (Aft console only) Portable aluminum storm covers shall be provided for W/H and other windows (As required by class) The equipment & devices installed on the aft console or aft region should be suitable for operating the vessel facing aft. Details of equipment and layout shall be provided by the builder. • 1 set TV and VCD player • Carpet on floor (above tiles) For attached toilets 1 washbasin (hot and cold water) 1 toilet paper holder 1 towel hook 1 tumbler rack 1 water closet and grab rail 1 shower with plastic curtains on rail. Halul offshore Services Page 19/81 . CCTV control. speed log/repeater GPS/DGPS Towing winch control. Captain’s Cabin & Toilet The master’s cabin is to be situated forward of forecastle deck and fitted out as follows: Prefabricated toilets of reputed make (BIP Accommodation systems. • 1 Table Lamp. tank gauging system. spares are to be available in Qatar. Sockets are to be of British Standard.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 240/1/50 1 toilet cabinet with mirror. hanger rod and hooks with lifejackets stowage on top. pumping systems and flow meters for the fuel and water with printing system. 1 Fresh water hose with tap and sprayer (health faucet) near to water closet. ash tray • 1 built-in wardrobe c/w shelf. Bulk discharge systems. Korea or similar) are to be used for all the en-suite toilet facilities • 1 2000 900 built-in berth with drawers under and bunk light • 1 kneehole desk with drawers and light • 1 built-in upholstered settees c/w coffee table.

80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. table type 1 clock 1 – port light/windows with dead light and curtain 1 . and is to be fitted out as per Captain’s cabin (without small safe). 304. carpet. For attached toilets 1 – wash basin 1 – toilet paper holder 1 – water closet and grab rail 1 – shower with plastic curtain 1– Fresh water hose with tap and sprayer (health faucet) near to water closet. 0 dated 06 April 2008 303. and TV and VCD player). 1 – small refrigerator 1 – table lamp.double toilet cabinet with mirror 2 . One Man Cabins & Toilets (Two) The One-Man accommodation for senior officers and special personnel are to be fitted with the following: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 1 built in berth. Page 20/81 • • • • • • • • • • • • Halul offshore Services .waste bin 1 – Coffee table.book rack 1 . with drawers under 1 full-length wardrobe 1 built in settee 1 kneehole desk with drawers 1 desk chair 1 bookcase 1 ashtray.settee (in three cabins of spl. The two-men cabins for special personnel are to be above main deck level and are to be complete with attached toilet (at least sharing between two cabins). table type 2 .hat and coat hooks 1 .table chairs 1 .towel hooks 1 .tumbler holders 3 . Two Men Cabins Cabins are to be arranged with the following.towel hooks 2 .sets berth curtain rails 1 .waste bin 1 . personnel only) 1 . Chief Engineer’s Cabin & Toilet The Chief Engineer’s accommodation is to be arranged at the fore end of the upper forecastle deckhouse on the port side. built in wooden double berth with plywood base and drawer under with locks full height wardrobes 1 .hat and coat hooks 1 .port light with dead light/ window and curtain 1 – table lamp.ashtray.toilet cabinet with mirror 1 . 306. 305. Owner’s Cabin & Toilet (One) The accommodation for Owner’s representative is to be arranged and be fitted out generally as per captain’s cabin (without small safe. The two men cabins for the crew shall be provided with common toilet in crew decks.tumbler holders 2 .

wash basin 1 .settee 2 . ♦ Two (2) oxygen resuscitators with two spare medical oxygen cylinders (make dragger) ♦ Attached toilet complete with bath tub.water closet and grab rail 1 .shower with plastic curtain 1– Fresh water hose with taps and sprayer near to water closet. table type 4 .toilet paper holder 1 .Port light with dead light/ window and curtain Common toilet is to be provided on same deck or alternately a sharing toilet between two cabins with : 1 . 2 .water closet and grab rail 1 .shower with plastic curtain 1– Fresh water hose with tap and sprayer (health faucet) near to water closet. Alternatively. 0 dated 06 April 2008 • • • • • • 307.Having all modern amenities for dining and entertainment with a seating capacity of 16 persons to be provided. chairs with armrest.built-in two-tier wooden berths with plywood bases and drawers under lower tier 4 – full height double tier wardrobes 1 .sets berth curtain rails 1 . Minimum six (6) spare electrical points shall be 309. This should contain the following: ♦ Built in birth cum examination Table ♦ Locker ♦ Wardrobe ♦ Washbasin with hot & cold water supplies ♦ Direct entrance from the main deck ♦ Medicine locker with medicines (as per attached list) ♦ 100 L lockable refrigerator. soft seats & backrest and tables with anti-skid tabletops to be provided. For attached toilets 1 . Mess cum Recreation Rooms Crew Mess room: One mess cum recreation room for the crew to be fitted out as follows: Combined mess room & Recreation room for the crew . ♦ Two Paraguard stretchers properly stowed against the bulkhead or below the table.waste bin 1 .hat and coat hooks 1 . ♦ All drains from emergency treatment room are to be separately led to STP. Four Men Cabins The four-men cabins are to be arranged with the following: Common toilet shall be provided on their deck. Halul offshore Services Page 21/81 . 308.towel hooks 4 .tumbler holder 4 .80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Hospital/Treatment room Vessel shall be equipped with Hospital /treatment room.table 1 – table lamp 1 .double toilet cabinet with mirror 6 . attached toilets may also be provided.ashtrays.chair 1 .wash basin 1 .toilet paper holder 1 .book rack 2 . Sufficient settees with built in stowage under.

310. Halul offshore Services Page 22/81 . • Alternately there may be one mess room and one recreation room with a collapsible / foldable partition in between with common facilities for the marked items.* 1.toaster (domestic type)* 1 .Flat screen Colour television – Sony or similar .Combo type music system of SONY or similar – to be installed on top of a cabinet 1.VCD player – Sony or similar -to be installed on top of a cabinet 1. 6extra power sockets.VCD player – Sony or similar -to be installed on top of a cabinet 1.hat and coat hook racks 1 .clock 6 . 1 . Preferably the mess room area and recreation area shall be divided by a collapsible partition.be installed on top of a cabinet 1.Flat screen Colour television – Sony or similar . Preferably the mess room area and recreation area shall be divided by a collapsible partition.Water cooler (water through UV filter)* 1. chairs with armrest. wall mounted and hard plumbed with UV treated drinking water supply (Electrolux or similar).be installed on top of a cabinet 1.clock 6 .* 1. 1 . Minimum six (6) spare electrical points shall be provided.Water cooler (water through UV filter)* 1.* 1. 311.sideboard with cupboards.* 1. soft seats & backrest and tables with anti-skid tabletops to be provided.One double door refrigerator of 200 L capacity* 1.* 4 .book rack 1. table type 1 .sideboard with cupboards.book rack 1.ashtrays.Microwave Oven (medium size).* 4 .hat and coat hook racks 1 .Combo type music system of SONY or similar – to be installed on top of a cabinet 1.5 Ltr Thermostatically controlled Hot water boiler.Microwave Oven (medium size).One double door refrigerator of 200 L capacity* 1. NIL Galley To be arranged suitably and to be fitted with the following: All galley equipments and outfits are to be of stainless steel.5 Ltr Thermostatically controlled Hot water boiler.ashtrays.* 6. wall mounted and hard plumbed with UV treated drinking water supply (Electrolux or similar). One mess room for special persons to be fitted out as follows: Combined mess room & Recreation room for the special personnel having all modern amenities entertainment with a seating capacity of 25 persons to be provided.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev.toaster (domestic type)* 1 . 0 dated 06 April 2008 provided.Cupboard with counter tops arranged below the serving window from galley and extending from the one bulkhead to another.extra power sockets. table type 1 . drawers and tumbler rack fitted. drawers and tumbler rack fitted. Sufficient settees with built in stowage under. This room shall be located above main deck.Cupboard with counter tops arranged below the serving window from galley and extending from the one bulkhead to another.

glasses. shelves and lockers underneath and plate racks overhead. 3 – heavy duty marine type washing machine (Electrolux or similar) 2 – heavy duty marine type dryer unit (Electrolux or similar). cups. fresh water & disposal connection. 1ham slicer. The exhaust from dryers shall be piped out of this room on to main deck. 1dresser with cupboards and drawers under and plate rack over 1side board 1pan rack 1waste food macerator with bone crusher fitted with suitable power. A smoke sensor connected to main fire alarm system shall be provided. 1stainless steel double deep sink With Hot and cold water faucet. The control for this fire extinguishing system should be immediately outside the galley door. 2 . with mechanical exhaust canopy with grease trap over and retainer bars.water closet and grab rail (on main deck under ladder) 1 . (make: Fax pollution system or similar) 1garbage bin with lid and attachment 1grease trap from galley drains (to be located under main deck. electric 1electric kettle. Sufficient stainless steel cupboards.wash basin with toilet cabinet/mirror 2 . electric 1dishwasher 1Coffee machine 3Rice Cookers.shower with plastic curtains and towel hooks (on main deck under ladder) Halul offshore Services Page 23/81 .hooks to hang washing line Wash Place ( separated from Laundry) 1. The following equipment to be provided: 1 – Large stainless steel washbasin with taps for hot and cold fresh water supply. Laundry & Drying room / Wash place. 1set of cooking pots/pans/bowls etc.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. One lockable cupboard for keeping dirty linen and washing powder etc shall also be provided. sink waste macerator and Drainer. bread and cake moulds etc. 312.Urinals 1 . thermostats. Laundry shall have sufficient pegs and lines for hanging the clothes. electric 1meat chopping block 6spare power points 240/1/50 4racks for keeping plates. 1Trash compactor (may be located out side at suitable location) Galley exhaust canopy to be provided with grease trap and fire extinguishing system satisfying the SOLAS requirements. Etc 1stainless steel working counter. Strainer box shall be fitted in galley) 1large microwave oven with convection and grill / bake facility 2serving windows to mess rooms for crew and passengers 1domestic refrigerator of about 340 litres capacity 1universal food mixer / grinder. The galley equipments shall be of suitable capacity for compliment All electric sockets in Galley are to be of watertight type. 0 dated 06 April 2008 1 Thermostatically controlled electric range with oven and 4 hot plates on top. Laundry shall have spot cooling from the main A/C plant. electric 1mincer.toilet paper holder 1 . Well appointed laundry space shall be provided. adjustable timer clocks.tumbler rack 1 . hanging cupboards etc shall also be provided.bulkhead mounted ironing board with iron and drawers below 4 .

printer. Changing Room / Oil Skin Locker Hooks and racks are to be provided for keeping oilskin and work clothes. photocopier. To have expanded metal boundary.B Paint Store One paint store with racks and forced ventilation using explosion proof fan and lights. 314. Heat sensor for the fire alarm system is to be provided for the paint store. Force exhaust to be arranged for this compartment. Vessel to have following walk in type refrigerated stores spaces as follows: • Deep-freezer for ship’s use .spare power points. One wash basin with soap tray. The forward store incorporated with the chain lockers are to be situated forward of the collision bulkhead on main deck and fitted out with suitable shelves and portable retaining bars. Office shall have two upholstered chairs in addition to the following: 1 1 1 2 -desk -table lamp -computer table x 4 drawer filing cabinets 314.. 240/1/50 Alternately the wash place shall be located under the main deck ladders. 314. 316. Spanner for removing the door lock from inside shall be stowed inside the reefer rooms. telephone and e-mail terminal shall be provided. Halul offshore Services Page 24/81 . Two cargo nets of size 3m x 3m of 1 tonnes lifting capacity are to be supplied complete with certificates from the shipyard. shall be provided. mirror and cold water tap.power points 2 –waste bins Builder shall submit a detailed specification for owner’s approval listing the facilities provided in the accommodation and in the commissary spaces. Provision & refrigerated Stores (Walk-in freezer and chiller) Dry provision store should be sufficient to store dry provisions for 33 persons for 30 days. deck gear and the engine gear shall be provided with suitable racks. Water deluge arrangement is to be provided. 0 dated 06 April 2008 1 .25 M3 overall volume approx. to be arranged near to the galley and fitted with removable galvanised steel shelves with portable retaining battens. 1 -small refrigerator 4 . 315. 314.25 M3 overall volume approx. shoe rack shall also be provided there. Engineer’s Store To be arranged in Engine room or steering gear compartment. The changing room/ Oilskin locker shall be walk-in type with direct access from main deck. Lock-in alarms with light and sound indication in Alleyway and WH. with shelves and locking arrangement. at one side W/c and basin and at another side shower and basin All electrical fixtures and fittings to be of watertight type. The access to this space is to be through a hatch from the deck above. “ OPEN WHEN FIRE IN PAINT ROOM” CO2 Room One CO2 room is to be provided to install CO2 bottles. Ship’s Office A ships office about 8m2 area complete with computer. All electrical fittings are to be explosion proof. • Cool room for ship’s use . The isolating ball cock for water deluge system is to be 5 M away from the Paint Store and to be painted red with warning/ caution plate. Store Spaces Sufficient number of storing space for the linen.A.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 313. Sufficient racks and filing cabinets shall be provided.

8. Service air connection with sufficient length of hose with quick connect couplings 13. Capable of welding plate thickness from 1 mm to 15mm. when Main engines at 100 % and generators in full load are operating. pressure regulators. A smoke detector connected to main fire alarm system having a reset timer of 30 minutes duration will be provided in the workshop. Pedestal mounted drilling machine of 25mm 4. sound powered telephone/Marine PABX.. well laid out workshop of about 20m2. 1. with protecting eyeguard and quenching box nearby. Work bench with drawers below 5. dual speed axial flow fans of sufficient capacity have to supply air to ER. 0 dated 06 April 2008 317. spaced 10 meters apart from each other. The door of workshop shall open on to the main deck. hoses. 6.Arrangement are to be provided for storage of spare part boxes in ER or in Steering gear room. The gas cylinders. Two (2). Airflow to be sufficient to maintain the average temperature does not exceed 10 % above the ambient. The compartment is to be suitably forced ventilated. The compartment is to be suitably forced ventilated. Cabinet for storing brazing rods and one set of brazing rods (All equipment to be from UNITOR with flashback arresters). A workbench with 5” vice to be fitted at suitable location. Pressure switch and gauge tester 10. Bow Thruster Compartment This compartment is to be fitted out with bow thruster equipment. 319 Exposed Deck All studs. Bilge alarm to be provided. next to the ballast pumps. local controls. Gas welding and cutting set complete with cylinders. Steel chequered plates are to be used in ER and steering Gear compartment for flooring secured with Brass / SS screws to steel bearers and fitted with handrails as necessary. . 9. etc) 2. All pipes and cable conduits running on exposed decks shall be at least 150 mm above the deck. Rubber mats are to be placed in front of all the switchboards. Bilge alarm to be provided. All moving parts are to be provided with guards or rails or both. Marine clock and clinometer are to be suitably positioned. nuts and other fasteners on exposed deck are to be of stainless steel. Heavy duty. One stainless steel sink with hot & cold water connections 12. Double ended heavy duty grinder mounted on a pedestal. sound powered telephone/Marine PABX. Portable handrails are to be provided in strategic positions for protection of crew’s safety. 3P. knurling. Engine Room The engine room is to house all machinery and equipment at convenient locations described elsewhere. Precision lathe machine with a set of tools (Knife. 50 Hz. bolts. Portable hand grinder and drill are to be provided. 321 . having following machinery shall be provided. One set of workshop tools 11. Engine Control Room Halul offshore Services Page 25/81 320.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. All welding accessories are to be provided. One table for mounting the fuel injector testing equipment 318. One sound powered telephone to be fitted. local controls.322. One of the fan to be of reversible type. Shadow board complete with hand tools 7. Arc welding machine – 415V. Workshop An air conditioned. Stern Thruster Compartment This compartment is to be fitted out with stern thruster equipment. Bench vises – 150mm – 2 nos. 3. shall be located outside the workshop in a sheltered area. blowback arresters. Brazing and cutting torch with one set of nozzles. parting.

Fixed portholes with armored glass and dead light to be provided on all the weather tight doors to the accommodation. Doors to be fitted with sturdy padlocks and holdback arrangement to retain them in open positions. shall be of anti-mist (electrically heated). 324. Fixed portholes with armoured glass / deadlights shall be provided in all weather tight external doors to accommodation. 500 mm high x 400 mm wide opening. SOLAR SOLV or similar foldable/roller screens are to be provided for all windows of Wheelhouse. Six dogs workable from both sides are to be fitted with clips and grease fittings. The doors are to be channel-framed tightened to gaskets of neoprene or similar. Bolts and screws shall be of non-rusting material. A strong downward freshwater spray system shall be fitted all around the wheelhouse windows. Windows and Side lights General All windows and portholes shall have mild steel casings welded to the bulkheads and glass frames of brass or aluminum. A computer table complete with electrical connection points and two chairs shall be provided. except those fitted with CVS. They are to be of fixed type. at One of the front windows and one of the rear windows shall be provided with the clear view screen. aft. Overhead windows are to be fitted with antiglare films. Accommodation windows Windows in way of the accommodation (minimum one for each cabin) are to be glazed with an approx. which are to be extended low enough to allow a good view of the deck working areas and the rescue zone. All windows are to be of fixed type. Above the main windows inward sloping top windows shall be arranged sufficiently fwd.. this applies particularly to the forward and aft windows. Halul offshore Services Page 26/81 . Straight heavy-duty marine wipers shall be arranged for the windows in the fwd & aft . Steel Doors All external doors on the main and forecastle deck are to be of steel with coaming heights according to the Loadline requirement. Portholes in toilets are to have translucent glass. Wheelhouse windows. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Engine Control Room shall be installed with all necessary controls and equipment required by class and owners. Wheelhouse windows Wheelhouse windows are to be of the largest possible size to give maximum visibility. shall be provided outside the control room 323. good air-conditioning arrangement and arranged so as to get a clear view of the engine room. Porthole frames shall be spigoted through the shell sufficiently for welding and a welded eyebrow shall be fitted above. and capable of being opened from either side. Portholes All portholes on main deck are to be fitted with deadlights. Windows shall in general be fitted with tempered clear glass. and each side. The front and aft windows are to be installed sloping outwards going up.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The control room should be provided with marine PABX/sound powered telephone. unless required by class to be of open type for use as emergency escapes. one fwd and one aft. Eyebrows to be fitted over weather doors where there is no deck overhang. One filing cabinet is to be provided for keeping drawings & instruction manuals. A stainless steel washbasin complete with hot & cold-water taps and drain leading to bilge well.

Bulkheads: Steel bulkheads are to remain bare steel painted in a light colour Division bulkheads between cabins and alleyways are to consist of fire retardant material lined with plastic on both sides. which ensure that rungs and handholds do not touch the Hull plating. Care should be taken to design cargo rail so as to avoid fouling of towline with the platforms. Ladders to be fitted under access manholes to tanks. Ladders & Gangways Vessel shall be equipped with 2 easily portable. Stairs should be sufficiently broad at least 850 mm and not to have steep gradient. Alleyways: Ceilings: Fire retardant material.5m square and one each shall be located at each quarter. Grab rails are to be of satin finished stainless steel or steel coated with plastic. 0 dated 06 April 2008 325.5m x 1. This gangway shall be fitted with 4 lifting eyes for slinging by crane it shall also be fitted with side rails or plentiful side stanchions for manropes. which are suitable for assisting divers to board the vessel from the sea. Mast ladders to consist of mild steel rungs welded to side of masts lower structure with handgrips and dog steps up tubular topmasts. Vessel shall be equipped with suitable aluminium Gangway which is at least 6m long and is fitted with a roller on the underside at one end and hardwood on the underside for the final 1. 327. with galvanised pipe handrails in conformity with adjacent handrails. Mess room: Ceilings: Non-combustible panel about 9mm thick with plastic lining both sides trimmed with binding strips Bulkhead: Divisional bulkheads as well as internal linings of weather-exposed bulkheads are to be of fire retardant materials.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. These ladders shall be standard diver’s aluminium ladders fitted with mounting arrangements. peaks and all other compartment where required. about 20mm thick. This is normally to be used in conjunction with safety net to provide safe access. All ladders in Engine Room shall have back plate. when Vessel berthed alongside. Access to wheelhouse top is to be via external vertical ladder welded to the bulkhead. Operational Rooms.0m length with side rails (or stanchions) & manropes. To be fitted 326. The vessel shall be equipped with a second lightweight aluminium gangway of at least 4. Halul offshore Services Page 27/81 . All stairways. Cabins.0m length at the opposite end. All external ladders to have angle bar runner and raised pattern plate steps. Where ceilings and bulkheads form an outside boundary they are to be suitably insulated and lined with non-combustible plastic laminated material of marine quality. The platforms shall be constructed inboard of the vessel bulwarks with its deck in line with the top of bulwark. Stern Quarter Platforms Vessel shall be equipped with 2 platforms for safe and easy transfer of passengers to wellhead jackets and other Offshore Locations boat landing platforms. thickness about 9mm with plastic facing. lined with plastic on both sides. Each platform shall have an access stairway from the Main deck & shall have removable hand railings. rigid aluminium over side boarding ladders. Minor Bulkheads & Lining In way of pipelines and ducts the deck head and bulkhead linings are to be made removable where required. strings and treads to be of steel construction with chequered plate treads. Steel bulkheads to be lined about 9mm thick. Each platform shall be about 1.

Furniture to be of marine plywood faced with hardwood veneer or with plastic laminate. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Sanitary Spaces: Ceiling: Non-Combustible panel about 9mm thick with plastic lining both sides trimmed with binding strips. Deck heads of all domestic and catering spaces where such deck heads are located under weather-exposed decks or under storerooms situated on deck. Hardware to be of brass or chrome. All tiling to be well sloped to ensure complete drainage. Arrangement of shelves. Chairs to be fitted with arms. Deck head of the wheelhouse Acoustic Insulation:Generally noise levels to be in accordance with good marine practice and relevant IMO code. including in wheelhouse. Acoustic & Fire Insulation Insulation:The insulation is to be fixed in place with adhesive and secured with wire cleats. painted in a light colour Galley Service Spaces:Deck heads: Non-combustible panel about 9mm thick with plastic lining both sides trimmed with binding strips Bulkheads: Steel bulkheads are not to be lined but painted in a light colour 328. mess room and wheelhouse and coved at sides and around furniture. 329. Sizes of berths to be approximately 2000mm x 900mm. These internal doors to be self-closing type provided with rubber stoppers and holdback hooks to retain the doors in open position. etc. Floors in storerooms and in accommodation passageway to be painted non-skid deck paint. The insulation is to be considered in conjunction with the capacities of the air-conditioning plant. Store rooms to be provided with shelves having retaining bars.’s and laundry have initial treatment as for galleys. 330. Settee backs to be PVC upholstered with 75mm thick foam. Berths to be of wood and to have wooden leeboards. The deck in galley to be fitted with steel clips and then cement. Thermal Insulation:The following surfaces are to be insulated: Weather-exposed walls of air-conditioned rooms.C. Settees to be PVC upholstered with good quality foam on seats. Flooring to be ceramic tiles or equal non-slip tiling. Laid with non-skid mosaic tiles. Carpenter’s Work & Furniture All external doors are to be in steel complimented with internal panel doors with see through glass. Wash places. Bulkheads: Steel. Deck Coverings In accommodation the steel deck to be cleaned and to have deck composition with about 2mm vinyl tiles/mat laid throughout cabins. Cold rooms to be non-skid ribbed ceramic tiles or mosaic. Thermal. showers and W. Particular attention must be paid to provide sound insulation of private areas from public and machinery spaces as required. Halul offshore Services Page 28/81 . Provision store to have wooden gratings. to be sufficient for the intent of each storeroom. Hinged internal doors with large windows in wheelhouse. Weather-exposed walls of the wheelhouse.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Wooden grating in store rooms for hawsers and wraps.

Svensk Standard. this applies also for all subcontracted items including the colours of the machinery in the engine room and equipment in the wheelhouse. etc. paint application and inspections shall be carried out strictly in accordance with paint manufacturer’s standard published instructions. Knee hole desks to be of wood veneer faced plywood with cigarette proof plastic tops. Anti-skid paint shall be applied on specified areas of exposed main and superstructure decks. Finish colours shall be to Owner’s approval. Finishing coats in under deck spaces and tanks shall generally be of a light colour in order to facilitate inspection. built of plastic faced plywood matching the room interior and to include a hat shelf. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Wardrobes to be about 500mm square internally.Suitable securing points for scrambling nets. The bulwark opening shall be not be less than 2. shallow drawers at top. recommended dry film thickness. Painting Paint materials and colours All paint materials shall be of the highest quality. the agreed and approved paint specification and work procedures. Book racks to have fixed bar across front and raised coaming at front edge of shelf. drying time. • Scrambling nets shall be Provided on a roll up drum at ship side for quick deployment so that when lowered the net shall be 250 mm away from the shipside. Exposed edges of plywood in furniture or panelling to be covered by wooden/plastic strips. To be ventilated top and bottom with life jacket stowage above. Halul offshore Services Page 29/81 . With respect to surface preparation the following standards shall be applied: SIS 055900 . 332. deep drawers at bottom suitable for files. Details to owners satisfaction. The materials selected and the application of same shall be of such quality that a substantial lifetime of corrosion protection with minimum maintenance is guaranteed. These data sheets shall include all necessary requirements and recommendations concerning solid volume. calculated coverage. • Bulwarks openings shall be secured with removable type wooden storm boards to allow an open working area. Drawers to have positive keeping arrangements to prevent sliding open in heavy weather. hanging rod and shoe rail. 331. suitable for marine operation. Dining tables to be 650mm wide and fitted with polished timber fiddles. Drawers to be arranged under. • Slanting zebra markings shall be done with yellow and black. To be fitted with one column of four drawers.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The net shall be 5 M wide and of depth upto one meter below light waterline. over coating intervals. safety lines and rescue craft.0 metres in length. Technical data sheets for all referenced paints shall be submitted to Owner for information. Top to be heat resisting plastic. Procedures and supervision: In addition to the procedures outlined in this specification. Rescue Zones 5 meters long rescue zones shall be established on both sides of the vessel and will with the following requirements: meet • Each rescue zone shall be illuminated both on deck and over side with no shadow areas. Chart table to have wood veneer plywood top and be 850mm minimum width. all paint works including surface preparation.

peeling off from substrate or between coats. Primary surface preparation All surfaces of steel plates and sections shall have mill scale and rust removed prior to use by means of shot/grit/quartz/sand/copper slag blasting to a bright metal (Sa 2. PH neutral. paint manufacturer pre-approved. Builder’s and paint manufacturer’s surveyors before starting painting. chalk marks. Gas-burnt areas and other damaged parts of shop primer and weld seams shall be shotblasted or mechanically cleaned to SIS St 2 or 3 and touched-up with zinc epoxy shop primer for rust prevention. even if they are not associated with visible corrosion. loss of adhesion. fats. Burr caused by gas cutting shall be removed from all cut edges of structural members. soot from welding and cutting. 0 dated 06 April 2008 All surfaces shall be surveyed by Owner’s.5) finish. all surfaces to be coated shall be cleaned by applicable means from visible salts and other contamination such as but not limited to dust. All paint guarantees shall include the supply of materials. equipment and piping shall be carried out in accordance with this specification and in agreement with and under control of the Builder. Halul offshore Services Page 30/81 . Paint and coating guarantee A paint coating guarantee of 36months from delivery date on shall be given by the Builder for all painting works. all sharp edges must be ground smooth with 3C edge preparation. Surface Preparation General Abrasive blasting materials used for surface preparation shall be cleaned. hard angular.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. In other areas 1C edge preparation shall be applied for all sharp edges. Welding slag and spatter clinging to surfaces on and around welding beads shall be removed by hand scraper and/or disc sander. paint application and all associated costs and expenses. oils. Secondary surface preparation Before the first paint coat is applied in ballast. Sharp peaks shall be ground flush. During fabrication the primer coat shall be touched up where damaged by mechanical means or by welding. Before pressure testing of tanks and compartments butt and seam welds shall be surface prepared and coated with shop primer for rust prevention. soap solution. and to request corrective measures should deviations from either the specification or good practice be discovered. Any paint damage shall be made good at each coating stage before the application of further coats. After blasting plates shall be primer coated immediately with one coat of 15 microns shop primer. and shall have a chloride level of not more than 20 ppm and a conductivity of less than 100 µSiemens/cm (ASTM D49-40). freshwater. equipment and piping shall be carried out in accordance with this specification and in agreement with and under control of the Builder. Before application of any coatings. foam and detergent tanks. marking paints and other foreign materials. The surface preparation and painting work of the sub-contracted machinery. dry. The surface preparation work of the sub-contracted machinery. moisture. cracking or flaking shall be considered as defects for all paint guarantees. The Owner’s and paint manufacturer’s representatives shall have the right to inspect and report on the standard of surface preparation and quality of coatings at all stages of application. Blisters. between each paint coat and after finishing painting. white deposits. surface preparation.

corners. The dew point of air shall be at least 3°C below the steel surface temperature and the relative humidity shall not exceed 85% during paint application. Air humidity shall be controlled during application and shall be within the accepted limits of the applied paints. secondary surface preparation grades shall be applied as follows: Area: Shell bottom and topside Weather decks Deckhouse exterior Deckhouse and ER interior Ballast.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. fittings. etc. sweep-blasting should be used for the surface preparation. dirty oil tanks Fuel oil tanks Others Preparation Grade: St 3 St 3 St 2 St 2 St 3 St 2 St 1 St 2 For this surface preparation sand blasting or power tooling by disc grinder shall generally be applied. All defects shall be repaired before the application of the final anti-fouling coat. Coating Quality Criteria Painted visible surfaces shall be free of sags and runs. or compressed. rear ends of bulbs. then re-blasting in parts or in whole shall be performed. and other locations not accessible or suitable for spray gun application. wire brush. During dry-docking before sea trials the underwater shell shall be high pressure water washed and fresh water cleaned before the application of the last anti-fouling coat. The water used for cleaning shall be clean. In ballast. 0 dated 06 April 2008 When the extent of the rusted or damaged portion of a plate caused by welding. minor repairs and markings. Roller and brush shall be used only for touch-ups. freshwater. Furthermore. moisture. if areas are poorly prepared or not painted to an acceptable standard of finish. Stripe coatings shall be applied by brush. Furthermore. freshwater. snow or under freezing conditions. Application methods Painting work shall be performed by airless spray as far as possible. contamination free and have a conductivity of less than 300 µS/cm. Salt measurement shall be performed before paint application. bilge. No paint application shall take place if the chloride contamination level exceeds 3µg/cm2. The use of powered wire brushes shall be minimised. All steel structure areas where components are attached by screws and bolts shall be stripe coated before the components are fitted. edges. The manufacturers application recommendations shall be obtained. Halul offshore Services Page 31/81 . it should be understood that when shop-primed surfaces are corroded to such an extent that they cannot be adequately made rust free by sweepblasting. dust and other foreign materials with thinner. The stripe coating shall be applied to all weld seams. fog. In normal circumstances. full re-blasting shall be applied. burning. exceeds 40% of the plate area. fresh water detergent and foam tanks Lube oil. foam and detergent tanks and in weather exposed areas one (1) stripe coat shall be applied prior to each full coat. Paint Application Conditions for paint application No painting shall be carried out under adverse weather conditions such as rain. the specified overcoating is interval exceeded or the adhesion of subsequent coats is jeopardized. Before over coating all surfaces shall be cleaned of oil.

The dry film thickness (DFT) of the paint coats shall be measured by digital equipment. suction and discharge pipes Exterior rails. aft and midship region. 333. pipelines where dissimilar metal components like pumps. stairs and ladders All piping for sea and freshwater. Superstructure Markings A Vessels name board of suitable material shall be installed at both sides at the top of the wheelhouse. No limitation shall be made on the location and number of points for paint thickness measurements. shall be done by hot-dip galvanizing to 15 microns. except the freeboard mark which shall be made of cut steel plate and welded on. bottom plug marks. foam and detergent tanks 100% of the specified DFT shall be achieved at a minimum of 90% of the measured points. For all other painted surfaces an 85/15 acceptance criteria shall be applied. In ballast. Handrails in the engine room shall have a white finish. including.e. Galvanizing shall be carried out after finishing of all the hot works. i. all equipment. Galvanizing Galvanizing shall be carried out on: Air vent hoods Steel sounding. at the remaining 10% of the measured points at least 90% of the specified DFT shall be achieved (90/10 acceptance criteria). Manholes shall be marked with weld beads. Markings General All markings shall generally be carried out with outlines in bead welding. platforms and other outfit. freeboard and draft marks. tank border marks & tank identification for in-water survey. each sea chest. bulkhead. . Hull Markings The necessary hull markings. Galvanised and non-ferrous items shall receive a required primer in advance. piping and machinery items. bow thruster tunnel. Vessel’s name and port of registry. Owner’s Logo shall be provided on port & stbd sides on the funnels. except where otherwise noted Exterior gratings where of steel Other items as deemed necessary.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. freshwater. All galvanizing. etc. shall have the same coating applied as for the surrounding areas. Vessel’s name and port of registry made of cut steel plate and welded on shall be provided fwd and aft as per Owner’s requirements. Halul offshore Services Page 32/81 334. Cathodic Protection Cathodic protection for 3 years duration to be given to the external hull. also for piping. Other markings on the superstructures shall be provided as necessary. Suitable lighting of the name boards shall be provided. coolers are fitted and rudders by sacrificial anodes. 0 dated 06 April 2008 The dry film thickness shall be measured after each coat to confirm adequate thickness. The painting schedule to be as recommended by the paint manufacturer (Hempel / International) subject to owner’s approval Equipment. Draft marks in decimeters shall be cut from steel plates and welded at fore. Pipes and Machinery In general. All markings are in English language only. The underwater hull paint thickness shall be checked and recorded before and after the application of anti-fouling paint. stern. unless otherwise specified.

deckhouses and on weather decks according to operational procedures and as required by the applicable rules and regulations. outfit and machinery items. safety instruction notices. valves on deck and in machinery spaces. liferafts and other lifesaving equipment shall bear the ship’s name and port of registry. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Safety Markings All necessary safety markings such as caution plates.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Halul offshore Services Page 33/81 . no smoking sign. Shall be provided in machinery spaces. etc. fire equipment designations. pipe Colour strips shall clearly identify each pipe designation/purpose. The rescue boat. nameplates for interior spaces may be of brass (for valves) or plastic. and copies of the code chart shall be mounted at appropriate locations in all machinery spaces. Nameplates on exposed decks shall be of stainless steel. In general. Outfit and Machinery Nameplates shall be fitted for all equipment. Name Plates for Equipment. Markings Of Pipes The marking of pipes shall be done according to Owner’s standards.

Chain pipes. . they are as follows:• Two (2) high-hold-type anchors. shall be of stainless steel SU 316 / equivalent materials.DECK MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 400. spindle compressor type • Bitter ends to be fitted for securing the cable ends on deck. which are exposed on the open deck. • Total length of 825M x 44mm / Grade U2 stud-link-chain cables. For guidance. intended operational & owner’s requirement. Sufficient (8 Nos. Common line drain valves under deck shall be provided. Brake and coupling allowing independent operation of cable lifter and warping drum shall be arranged to suit the anchoring equipment to be installed at the forecastle deck. • Anchor holding strops shall be provided. warping heads. ‘Handsfree’ spooling system is to be provided for spooling (mooring) drum. The windlass must be visible from the wheelhouse forward control station. stowed in anchor-pockets. All fastening materials. Smit bracket The vessel shall be equipped with a 150 tonnes SWL ‘Smit bracket’ on the fox’le deck adjacent to a panama lead. each of 1740 kg. In addition video cameras/monitors shall be provided for viewing the drums. Anchors & Mooring Equipment Anchoring and mooring equipment shall be provided as per Classification Society Requirement. General All deck machinery and equipment are to be supplied and installed to meet classification.) numbers of dummy capstans each are to be fitted on the supports of the cargo rails / main deck suitably at the port & stbd. 403. The windlass is to be securely mounted on fabricated steel seating on forward of forecastle deck above the chain lockers. Certified wire rope shall be provided by the builder. spooling drum. centralized local control at the site and also remote control for the spooling drum at forward console in wheelhouse. Halul offshore Services Page 34/81 401. Lashing Lugs & Dummy Capstans 20 numbers of 5t SWL lugs are to be arranged on main deck / Cargo Rail. bow etc. Rubber plugs shall be provided for stanchion receptacles. shall be provided. One(1) spare anchor to be provided and stored on board. Anchor Windlass-cum-spooling winch One (1) electro-hydraulic anchor windlass with two(2) cable lifter and two(2) warping drum is to be provided. Two (2) bow anchors with high holding force together with shackle and stud link chain cable are to be installed in accordance with the rules. capable of connecting 3 inches diameter chain or pennant thimble eye. 402. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 4 . An ‘H’ type bollard (double cruciform bollard) of 10 tonnes capacity and of suitable height for the spooling drum shall be welded forward of the windlass. cable stoppers and hawse pipes are to be suitably arranged for easy flow in and out of the anchor and chain. brakes. gypsies. Chain Forward spooling winch combined with anchor windlass with a capacity of 300m x 38mm steel wire rope. bolts and nuts. divided to port and starboard side with swivel and shackle. 2 rows of removable pipe stanchions for loading/securing pipes on deck . or as per classification requirement which ever is higher • Two (2) chain-stoppers. Sides.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The windlass shall have independent electro-hydraulic power pack with 2 pumps each capable of independently driving the windlass. Capacity : 9 tonnes at 12 m/min for 36mm dia. All pressure indicators in hydraulic system of all deck machinery are to be of electrical type unless otherwise stated.

x 300M . Halul offshore Services Page 35/81 . Pressure indications at remote control console shall be electric. 0 dated 06 April 2008 404 Capstans Two (2) electro-hydraulic/electric capstans shall be installed at main deck aft (P & S). Ropes to have eyes at both ends. 34. where the operator can have a complete view of the rope drums and clutches. 406. complete with dynamic brake system. which facilitate complete operation (heaving. (6 x 37 IWRC(wire rope core) @ 165 kg/mm2) Control : Remote control from aft control stand in wheelhouse and local control on forecastle Deck (Port) adjacent to the winch. In addition. of Set Type : 300 Tonnes : 250 Tonnes One (1) Hydraulic driven. wire rope : 70 dia. clutch controls.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. It is required to have two separate motors for each drum as this will help to operate both drums simultaneously and independently during the anchor handling. etc. Variable speed control to be located at main deck aft. Bollard. Towing drum and anchor handling drum rated pull.Lower drum. 405. These indications shall be at local and remote control panels. complete with certified spelter socket. (Anchor Handling). double drum. Diameter of rope to be not less than 64mm or diameter as specified by class which ever is higher. which is of great use for day-to-day operation. At first layer Low speed : 200 tonnes @ 6 m/min Mid speed : 100 tonnes @ 10 m/min High speed : 10 tonnes @ 45 m/min Braking capacity : 300 tonnes Stowing capacity : 70 dia. Fairlead. Towing & Anchor Handling Winch One(1) unit electro-hydraulic waterfall type double drum towing/anchor handling winch.5 tonne breaking strength (polypropene). (Towing). Video camera/monitors to be installed arranged for viewing the rope drums. It is also required to have a tow wire tension/pay length meter (load cell) to enable the master to know the length of the cable and load. situated at wheelhouse aft console. Wire drums and clutches to be visible from the wheelhouse aft control station. The local control station shall have mechanical controls (lever operated valves). Tow line : 1x 190M long towline of min. x 1000M .5 tonne (polypropene). The entire deck aft shall be flushed to facilitate the transfer. : 70 dia. Pressure indication at local control shall be mechanical type. etc. are to be suitably located on boar the vessel. brakes. Mooring lines: 4 x 160M long mooring ropes of 64 mm diameter having a breaking strength of more than 13. Operation from the remote control. Loose Mooring Equipment Around 12 bollards of 12” NB sch 80. Brake holding capacity Stall Pull No. waterfall type c/w spooling device for the towing drum (only).Upper drum. complete with certified spelter socket. paying. Mooring pipes or chocks for the above bollards are to be fitted to the bulwark as required. etc) in the event of failure of electric remote control system. shall be electric. excluding the “H” frame Bollard in front of the anchor windlass. clutch. with pulling force of 5 tonnes @ 15m/min.

SWL is to be 400 tonnes. The anchor handling pins should be able to take a side force of about 400 tonnes and to extend about 600mm above main deck level in the fully extended position.5M long by 1. The stopper to be able to take 50mm to 80mm dia. port and starboard. 412. retractable type. 400 mt) with forged steel running in roller bearings. Towing Pins—“Karmoy Make” Two (2) vertical hydraulic towing pins of approved make. wire rope. 409. local controls for shark jaw and towing pins. The pins are to be operable from wheelhouse aft console and locally from the mobile control station on the main deck aft in the vicinity of shark jaw. Towing Bollard One(1) set double bit cruciform towing bollard 120 tonne SWL situated aft of the towing winch to guide wire onto drum. Spare Towing Wire Reel One (1) electric or electro-hydraulic spare towing wire reel with drum capacity to stow 1000m x 70mm dia. Both items shall be of ‘Crossby’ make. Halul offshore Services Page 36/81 . The aft control station on the after part of the main deck shall be fitted with sufficient lighting. Free access for inspection/renewal of bearings shall be provided. Stern Roller A stern roller 3.L. 300m x 70mm dia work wire (identical to AH wire rope on winch). One (1) electric or electro-hydraulic spare AH wire reel with drum capacity to stow 300m x 70 mm dia. One (1) Grapnel Hook of SWL 100-tonne is to be provided and installed. One (1) Chain Chaser of SWL 100-tonne is to be provided and installed. closed top to be installed in the centreline of the main deck. 411. Shark Jaw—“Karm Fork Make” One (1) set hydraulically operated anchor handling fork (hydraulic retractable shark Jaws) of approved make to be installed in centreline on main deck aft. Spare Towing/ AH Gear Following to be provided:111000m x 70mm dia towing wire (Identical to towing wire rope on winch).80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Greasing arrangements shall be provided through strong tubes and grease nipples. Horizontal separation between stern roller and rudders shall be such as to allow 35-40° angle of inclination (to the vertical) tangent to aft of stern roller and bottom ends of trailing edges of rudders. 410. The roller is to be arranged so that the top of the roller at centre projects about 200mm above the top of the steel main deck. with the same diameter on the after side as the roller. wire and 30mm to 80mm dia.5M diameter (S. 408.W. wire rope. The mobile local control unit shall be stowed in a watertight box suitably on deck. 0 dated 06 April 2008 407. chain. The design of roller shall be simple and maintenance friendly. On each side of the roller. Stopper and towing pins with common power unit and to be remotely controlled from the wheelhouse aft console and local mobile control station at the stern with talkback and speaker facility to communicate with the wheelhouse. Gob eye Flush type ‘gob eye’ of 300 tonnes capacity is to be installed on the aft side of the cruciform towing bollard. fixed fairing plates are to be arranged. 413.

80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. to be provided. air vents / over flow lines etc. Deck Connections Discharge manifolds shall be provided on deck for the following and fitted with CAMLOCK couplings as applicable. 418. complete with 250mx22mm dia wire rope having hard eye at the free end. forecastle deck and wheelhouse top to facilitate deck drainage. A high temperature alarm for hydraulic oil system shall be provided. 25M x 100mm dia. Save all / spill trays to be provided for all the filling / discharge lines. Drainage for Decks Suitable scupper pipes minimum 50mm to be positioned in funnels. Halul offshore Services Page 37/81 . a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Sewage Dirty oil Diesel oil Fresh water Drill Water Mud Cement Connection to meet MARPOL 73/78 Connection to meet MARPOL 73/78 5 inches female CAMLOCK connections 4 inches female CAMLOCK connections 4 inches female CAMLOCK connections 4 inches female CAMLOCK connections 5 inches female CAMLOCK connections 416. lube oil. UV protected equivalent to Bridon Marine or Samson. with counter weights to be provided for the following compartments. Note: Suitable isolating valves/ball cocks shall be provided on the tugger winches and anchor windlass. Storm rails also to be fitted in convenient positions in toilets. Adequate lighting shall be provided above the Tugger winches. Tugger Winch Two (2) electro-hydraulic Tugger winches. each of 10 Tonnes at 15M/min. with with with with with caps. 8 strand plaited with hard eye on both ends. A schematic drawing to be submitted for owner’s approval. • One flush bolted panel of 1200 x1200 to be installed with in the out reach of the crane above the engine room for the supply of the heavy spare parts. 420. 417. 415. 419. Rungs or vertical ladder are to be fitted for each escape hatch and area to be illuminated by emergency light. except stated otherwise : • Engine room • Steering gear compartment • Bow thruster room – The hatch/bolted panel shall also facilitate removal of electric motor directly on to the exposed deck. Springline/Stretcher And Fuse Wire Two(2) springline/stretcher. Fresh Water bulk and Mud. Local controls shall be provided at the winch. Each winch is to be complete with one (1) wire drum and one (1) inboard warping head. discharge points at port & stbd midship and port & stbd aft end. Escape Hatches Watertight hatches. Deck connections to be also provided on stbd side but need not be extended up to stern. Storm Rails Storm rails and grab rails to be fitted all round deckhouse and wheelhouse and on exterior bulkheads. engine room and bow thruster compartments. National Colours “Staff” to be installed at mast for national colours. caps caps caps caps For Diesel oil. prior commencing the work. along the main deck. for fuel oil. 0 dated 06 April 2008 414. dirty oil & bilge holding tanks. See through protective guards made from strong expanded metal shall be bolted behind the wire drum to protect the operator in the event of wire breaking.. capacity are to be installed on the forward end of the aft deck. hydraulic oil.

5m. The height of cargo rail/crash bar is to be 1. To be fitted around cargo area of main deck. Sch. Nil Nil Rescue Boat One powered rigid Fast Rescue Boat suitable for ten persons and with diesel outboard / inboard motor. Crane shall be fitted with automatic safe load indicator & other necessary safety devices. etc. The deck loading is 5 T/m2. 422. 120 pipes to sustain minimum 100T compressive strength are to be fitted longitudinally along the main deck for the stowage of pipes. Work Deck The aft working deck area of about 410 m2 suitably sheathed with hard wood is to be provided. Crash bar/Cargo Rails & Pipe Stanchions Cargo rails made of 8” N. 425. Other details are described elsewhere. Horizontal runs of drainpipes to have a slope of not less than 1:50. Deck Crane One (1) electro hydraulic telescopic type marine crane is to be fitted on aft foxle deck (adjacent to towing winch on the stbd side). 424. The crane shall be 360o continuous slewing type and be capable of extending/retracting the boom with full load hanging from the hook. Halul offshore Services Page 38/81 . Covers for Deck Equipment Suitable strong PVC / Canvas covers for deck equipment such as compass. It shall comply with requirements of Qatar Petroleum Lifting Equipment requirements. 4” N. Drains to be fitted to discharge from all washbasins and scuppers. c/w davit is to be provided. Scuppers on main deck are to be provided with rubber plugs. and has an SWL of 3 tonnes at 15 m radius. 427. Necessary warning lights & floodlights are to be provided on the crane boom. etc are to be provided. Other details as per stern quarter platform described in section 3. 601 for details. A stopping arrangement (horn) is to be built ar a suitable location on the P&S side cargo rail to prevent rope coming on to the structure.. 421. Landing Platform The size to be ~1. each wash place and shower sumps. Soil pipes from WC to be minimum 100mm and led to a 150 NB common soil collector line leading to the sewage collection tank. signal lights. The Crane shall have a telescopic boom. 423. Each scupper to be fitted with a grating and all domestic pipes are to have water-sealed traps and cleanout plugs at bends. The dynamic load factor required for the crane is to be at least 1. 428.6 m and below the centerline of tow winch drum.B. 0 dated 06 April 2008 50mm dia scuppers and drains are to be fitted in galley. anchor windlass. speaker.B. 429. which can be extended at least to 15 m. searchlight. Drains are to discharge overboard through a storm valve.35 and the crane should be able to operate at full load up to Beaufort Scale 2-3 and up to 75% capacity at Buffort Scale 4-5. Deck Shower One shower cum eye wash point to be provided at a suitable location on the aft bulkhead of the superstructure. See cl. Sch 80 portable pipe stanchions are to be arranged P+S for deck cargoes The crash bar/cargo rail ends shall be properly finished on to the stern fairing plates with good sloping to enable the tow wire to slip on it smoothly. 426. on P+S.5m x 1.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev.

See also cl. Halul offshore Services Page 39/81 . Crash bar chocks Crash bar chocks are to be provided on either side crash bar/cargo rail with sufficient angle from gob eye (aft of gob eye).80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 431. Eye Pads Two heavy duty eye pads of 100 T capacity with proper structural reinforcement to to be provided with 45° angle to stern in a recessed pockets on either side outside the crash bar at suitable location forward to shark jaw line. 423. 0 dated 06 April 2008 430.

All pipes of 25mm and over to have flanged connections. scupper. All pipes. F. All filling connections for F/W tanks to be fitted on main deck complete with brass screw cap and keep chain. deck or tank top. System Sea Chest interconnection Bilge + Ballast Fire + Wash deck S. Flush deck sounding pipe to be avoided on exposed deck. Fluid pipes are not allowed to be laid above switchboard or distribution board. For pipes passing through tanks.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. strainers. Approved type of bulkhead fitting is to be used where piping penetrates a watertight or oil tight bulkhead. Expansion bends are to be fitted where necessary to avoid damage due to expansion or movement of the structure. pipe scantlings may be increased to be to Classification requirement. compressed air and exhaust piping and are to be black steel. Those below 25mm are to be screwed with unions or similar except for the air piping where butt welded with flanged connection is to be adopted.W.W. Pipes systems are to be fitted with cleaning plugs and drain cocks. to the extent possible. Colour code is to be advised by Owner and generally all to Builder’s standard practice. double bottom’s sounding pipes to have self closing weighted cock. where necessary. fresh water. filters and valves are to be arranged to classification’s requirements. Bilge. other pipes to be galvanised. Vents are to be fitted to all under deck store spaces. exposed and uncovered threads are to be treated with an approved anti-corrosive compound. as necessary and fitted with brass cap and brass keep chain. Cooling Fuel Oil Lub Oil Halul offshore Services Material Galvanised steel Galvanised steel Galvanised steel Galvanised steel Galvanised steel Black Black Remarks Seamless Sch 80 Seamless Sch 40 Seamless Sch 40 Seamless Sch 40 Seamless Sch 40 Seamless Sch 40 Seamless Sch 40 Page 40/81 . All air vent pipes for tanks and voids to be carried above exposed decks and terminate in tank vent check valves as required. Oil fuel and lube oil. Pipe and Valve Material Pipes:Hull pipes to JIS or equivalent. 501. Actual schematic diagrams of piping systems shall be provided and approved before installation. Threaded pipes are to be avoided wherever possible except in freshwater supplies system for domestic use. piping is to be designed with fluid flow speed under 2. Float balls to be PVC /copper. All sounding pipes to be fitted to each tank and to extend above exposed deck. cargo lines and fire lines to be hot-dipped galvanized to a thickness of at least 15 microns.PIPING SYSTEMS 500. Cooling F. Short sounding pipes to be fitted to double bottom tanks in engine room. All valves will be marked with appropriate nameplates. Where screwed connections are used. Piping on hot services is to be insulated and is to be clamped to the structure after insulation has been fitted. All bare steel pipelines to be painted with primer prior to final finish coat as per paint specification. In general. Screens to be arranged where fuel oil and lube oil pipes are laid on hot area. Mud boxes. They are to be well clamped to the ship’s structure and to have minimum number of bends. General All pipes are to be arranged according to good marine practice with sufficient bore and thickness for the purpose intended and to comply with classification rules and JIS/DIN standard.3 m/sec. Bunker station will be arranged on deck with common filling of diesel oil. Filling pipes to be clearly marked with engraved brass tally plates. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 5 . All ballast and freshwater tank vents are to have insect screens.O. pipe fittings and valves are to be of JIS standard.

Mud or strum boxes are to be fitted in the system where applicable in accordance to Rules requirements. Oil fuel filling connections are to be arranged port and starboard on the main deck with suitable spill trays. and F. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Sanitary. Air pipes for loose tanks to be terminated on top of the respective tanks. cofferdams and drain wells. Care is to be taken to ensure drainage to bilge suctions and scuppers. Valves on compressed air system to be steel or bronze.W. suction and discharge pipes to be fitted to all tanks. Additionally sounding pipes shall be of welded type with closure devices. (SW & FW) Soil Pipe Air + Sounding Control Compressed Air Exhaust Bulk Handling Mud U-PVC U-PVC Galvd. stainless steel docking plugs fitted at their lowest point as far as practicable. on deck. 504. Filling connection is to be with flange closures. Valves on bilge./ brass insect screen and oil tanks to have with S. Valves on fuel oil and lube oil systems are to be Cast Iron.). Self-acting weighted cocks to be fitted. Upon completion. Filling. Ventilation head for fresh water and ballast water to be provided with S. which is fitted with suitable level alarms. All main tanks. fire and wash deck may be cast iron body with bronze trim. 502.S.S. ballast. fuel oil and lube oil shall have stainless steel Camlock couplings. 503. Mud and strum boxes to be galvanised. with bronze internals.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. steel except Oil tanks Copper Black steel Black steel Black steel Galvanised Steel Heavy Duty Heavy duty Seamless Sch Seamless Sch Seamless Sch ERW Seamless Sch Seamless Sch 40 40 80 80 80 Where galvanising is specified. including the Skeg to have 40mm diameter screw fittings. Bilge & Ballast System Bilge main and suction lines sizes are to be in accordance with Classification requirement. Two docking plug spanners are to be supplied. Suctions to be fitted as required by Classification. Sampling cocks and pressure gauges are to be provided. Valves:Shipside valves are to have cast steel or bronze body and bronze trim. Double bottom tanks are to be sounded from the engine room. A high-pressure alarm is also to be provided on the main bunker Halul offshore Services Page 41/81 . cooling water (S. Valves are to be provided on either sides of the mud boxes on the main sea suction to facilitate cleaning. All air and sounding pipes shall be galvanized.W. Air pipes terminating on deck to have vent heads with ball float valves. Striking plates or equivalent to be fitted at bottom of sounding pipes. Nameplates of brass engraved with the tank number and purpose to be fitted. Air & Sounding Pipes Sounding pipes are to be fitted to tanks. All filling connections. the systems are to be pressure tested to Classification requirements. A relief valve shall be provided on the main bunker line in the E/R. for fresh water. flame arresters. this is to be carried out after fabrication as far as practicable and rectification of the damaged coating to be done in any case. Piping is not to be led through tanks as far as practicable. Fuel Oil System The ship’s oil fuel bunkers are to be arranged with one of the bunker tank arranged as an overflow tank.

80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Emergency hand pumps to be provided. Trolley beam or lugs to be provided near purifier for cleaning of bowls. Drip trays of minimum 150mm coming height are to be fitted in way of pumps. which is to discharge into the overflow tank. fitted on main deck. Halul offshore Services Page 42/81 . Lube Oil System Lube oil pipes of seamless black mild steel are to be arranged in accordance with engine Manufacturer’s recommendation and to meet Classification requirements. 505. Separate lube oil/hydraulic oil tanks to be provided for each grade of oil. Remote air-operated closing devices for fuel oil valves are to be provided as per Rules and Regulation. Emergency shut-off valves to be fitted on fuel oil and lub-oil tanks subjected to static head. Service tanks shall be provided with low level alarms. The main and auxiliary engines are supplied with built-in lube oil pumps. Diesel fuel discharge & intake pipes or lines shall be fitted with pressure gauges and sampling cocks for monitoring quality at periodic intervals during discharge and intake of diesel fuel. No lube oil/hydraulic oil tank to be located in the double bottom area. Lube oil purifier Identical to fuel oil purifier (of corresponding capacity) with 2-stage heater is to be installed and connected to the system for close circuit purification. The oil fuel piping is to be arranged so that the transfer pump may draw from any of the bunkers and discharge to either the daily service tanks or the settling tanks. Lube oil storage tanks are to be provided in engine room with filling pipe and air vents with suitable save all trays. LO transfer pump shall be provided for inter-tank and deck transfer.O. Site glass shall be provided in common main. The settling tank shall be provided with low/high level cut in / cut out float switches for automatic operation of transfer pump. A single air pipe is to be arranged from the overflow tank and is to be terminated under the forecastle deck bulwark with appropriate ball float vent head and flame arrestor screen. At least one settling tank and two service tanks are to be provided. Purifier of about 1350 Ltrs/hour capacity to be provided to draw from service and settling tanks and discharge to service tanks. The other service tank shall be fitted with high level alarm and overflow into the designated overflow tank. 0 dated 06 April 2008 line. The mud discharge & intake pipes will only be fitted with pressure gauge. F. This system should have remote display(s) together with a paper printer or other hard copy recorder in the Bridge. The diesel fuel discharge & intake pipes shall be fitted with gauges or flow meters which can accurately measure quantity of fuel taken on board & discharged. Fresh water and diesel oil filling line with flow meters are to be arranged with minimum back pressure for fast filling. and in particular quantity of fuel pumped into a well during well servicing operations. vent. The settling and service tanks are to be located at a higher level. This system should indicate true quantities of fuel in each tank. Each oil fuel bunker and daily service tank to be fitted with an overflow pipe led into a common main. with capacity sufficient to hold oil required for one change. Vessel shall be equipped with an accurate & easily operated sounding or gauging system. The over flow line is to be fitted with an overflow alarm. One service tank will overflow into settling tank. as far as practicable. Drain from drip trays to be drained to dirty oil tank. sounding connections of fuel and oil. illuminated from behind. The lube oil/hydraulic oil tanks are to be located in the wings. A springloaded draw-off cock is to be fitted to each daily service tank and settling tanks. Save-all trays are to be provided on all filling.

independently. when pressure falls below the set points. the ballast pump of identical capacity shall be arranged to act as stand by for the main seawater cooling pump. • Two (2) electric motor driven directly coupled compressors capable of charging the air bottles within one hour. workshop. The dryer shall ensure that the air is dry in all ambient temperature & humidity conditions in the Arabian Gulf. as applicable. etc. Alternately. The HT and LT system shall have separate FW expansion tanks. The cooling pipes are to be arranged in accordance with engine manufacturer’s recommendations and to meet Classification requirements. water. Cooling of LT coolers is to be arranged by two electric driven SW pumps. The compressor should be screw type with auto unloading mechanism. local pressure gauges & thermometers. Each heat exchanger shall be capable of alone meeting the cooling demands of the system. The standby pumps shall start automatically.W and lube oil pumps with their respective coolers. the Vessel shall be equipped with a permanently installed electric motor driven working air compressor connected to compressed air supply system. 0 dated 06 April 2008 506. Appropriate arrangements for temperature and pressure control of LT FW system shall be provided. and pressures gauges in accordance with Manufacturer’s recommendations and to meet Classification requirements. In addition to remote indicating digital gauges for temperatures and pressures. Engine Cooling System The main and auxiliary engines are to be water-cooled and each engine is to be equipped with engine driven F. A central cooling system incorporating two plate type heat exchangers shall be provided. All plate coolers are to have provision for regular back flushing.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. intermittent auto drain and running hour meters. Only one cooler shall be in use at all loads. Halul offshore Services Page 43/81 . Control air pipes are to be of heavy schedule copper with cutting ring connections according to the regulations. The condensers of these systems shall be directly cooled by seawater. with outlet points which include the clear open deck on both sides at the stern. One SW pump shall always be standby. Permanent connections with necessary valves and proper drainpipes are to be provided for this purpose. Air compressors are to have automatic start/stop. • One (1) of the compressor to be supplied with alternate source of power from emergency generator.3 bar). the other cooler shall be standby. air & exhaust manifolds. Working air compressor – In addition to starting air compressors. Control air system shall have water separators and desiccant dryers with changeover and by-pass systems. valves. One attached pump of each type is to be supplied as spare. Continuous venting of the plate coolers shall be provided by vent pipes returning to the top of expansion tanks. coolers. All heat exchangers shall be designed with 25% fouling factor. The central cooling system shall not serve the air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. 507. are to be provided on pumps. Appropriate strainers are to be provided on the SW suction lines of the pumps. The compressed air system must be fitted with filters & refrigerated dryers and must be capable of providing at least 300m3/hour (175 cubic feet per minute) of clean/dry compressed air at a discharge pressure of 827 kPa (120 psi or 8. Two electric LT FW cooling pumps of identical type and each capable of supplying the system independently shall be provided. Compressed Air System The main engines and diesel generators are to be compressed air started by means of air start motors engaging with flywheels of respective engines. • Two (2) air bottles of suitable sizes. coolers etc. The compressed air pipes of solid drawn black mild steel are to be arranged with air bottles.

Drain plugs to be fitted at low points in the system. The tanks are to be de odorised before putting into use. one tap in the galley (to be distinct) are to be supplied from this line. ballast or fuel. One FW line complete with UV steriliser or equivalent filtering system to remove sediments etc. Domestic fresh water system shall draw water through separate (independent) suction pipes from forward fresh tanks. The clean FW discharge pipes or lines shall be fitted with flow meter and sampling cock for monitoring quality at periodic interval during intake & discharge of F. 509.M/hr and cut in / cut out pressure range of 2. venting lines with insect screens. Hoses with standard approved type of instantaneous couplings are to be supplied with jet cum spray nozzles. 508. Each pump discharge is to connect to the system through an accessible isolating valve and each main deck branch is to have a shut-off valve and cap at the main. 0 dated 06 April 2008 The vessel shall be provided with minimum 46m reinforced compressed air hose on a reel.Cold A potable water pressure system is to be fitted for drinking and washing purposes. Vessel shall have a completely separate clean FW (potable water) system together with pipes/lines & pumps. The system shall be flushed using closed loop to purity of 15 micron. Hot & cold freshwater supply to showers shall be led through mixing valves of the anti-scale type. level gauging by sight glasses. The hydrophore tank shall be 300 ltr. Hose reel. Cold & hot freshwater shall be led to all sinks and basins. Fire & Wash deck Service Salt water for the fire fighting and wash deck service are to be supplied from the general service pump in the engine room and from the emergency fire pump to a fore and aft main run under deck with branch line of 65mm and with 2-1/2” instantaneous hydrants valve as per applicable rules. Halul offshore Services Page 44/81 . Fire hose couplings are to be braided. One (1) additional pump is also to be fitted to act as standby for both potable water and sanitary water pumps and not to be connected to the piping system. 510. sounding facility. drain facilities etc. High-pressure flexible hoses of approved type to be provided where necessary. Air compressors to have automatic start stop. Taps for Cold freshwater supply to wash basins shall be spring-loaded. hose nozzle and valve spanner to be stowed in boxes adjacent to each hydrant. 25mm diameter and working pressure 10. As far as possible hydrants are not to be located in accommodation area. Size. All fresh (hot and cold) and seawater service piping in accommodation area shall be of thick-walled copper (Not less than 3 mm thick) . Hydrulic System Pipes are to be of seamless black steel pipes with cutting ring connections. The pump capacities shall be about 3 cub.W. Freshwater System.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Mild steel/ brass is not acceptable. Pressure system is to consist of a pressure tank and one (1) pump.3 bar.2 to 4 bar. The hydraulic piping are to be acid cleaned internally for the steering gear. which are not used for pumping bilges. towing winch and other deck machineries and are to be provided in accordance with the equipment manufacturer’s recommendation and / or classification society requirements. Sufficient storage tanks for domestic FW shall be provided together with the necessary equipment for filling from a deck manifold. A hot & coldwater dispenser is to be arranged in the mess room. is to be provided and supply to drinking water fountains.

One hot water circulation pump shall be installed for forced circulation to circulate the hot water throughout the vessel. with automatic filling and thermostatic controls. The hot water heater shall be electrically heated by two immersion heaters and be thermostatically controlled to cut-in and cut-out in sequence. Discharges and traps generally to be as follows: Showers : 50mm with P-trap Washbasins : 32mm with deep seal bottle trap Galley sink : 65mm with water and grease trap. and fitted with portable gratings. through isolating valves and spectacle blanks to provide flexibility for using either fresh or sea water for the sanitary system. Internal scuppers from accommodation are to be taken separately. Halul offshore Services Scuppers on Page 45/81 . is to be provided for the galley. drain is to be led to deck scupper. Sanitary Water System A pressure system identical to the fresh water system is to be fitted. One (1) 10-litre electric hot water heater. Similarly. is to be led to a sewage treatment plant adequate for 33 persons.W and sanitary pumps shall be identical.s : 100mm Cleaning plugs to be fitted as may be required. the outlets from the pressure tanks shall be interconnected through isolating valves spectacle blanks to facilitate only one pump supplying the sanitary and domestic freshwater system when using freshwater for both systems. Scuppers to be of JIS standard or similar. The pumps in sanitary system is to have bronze casings. 512. Forced circulation to be provided by electric driven centrifugal pump having Cast Iron casing. sinks are to be grouped into common cross main(s) to discharge overboard through storm valve(s). The calorifier is to be adequately lagged. Scupper & Discharges Discharges from washbasins.C. Open superstructure/deckhouse decks to be drained by 50mm scuppers. Scuppers from the refrigeration spaces are to be led to the bilges. The FW and Sanitary pumps are to be identical. Freshwater System-Hot One freshwater calorifier with adequate capacity (approximately 500 l) shall be provided in the engine room for supply of hot water throughout the Vessel.C. All internal scuppers are to be sloped. 511.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. System to supply sanitary water to water closets and to taps for washing down purpose. A thermometer is to be fitted to the heater. strainer to be fitted W. Laundry and galley scuppers to be 80mm. 513. Discharge from W. One (1) hydrophore system supplying seawater for toilet flushing of adequate capacity for the Vessel’s complement as specified above shall be installed The SW hydrophore pump should have identical capacity as that of the FW hydrophore system. Scupper from AHU 50mm scuppers to be fitted in toilets. The piping in accommodation area behind panelling shall be of copper not less than 3mm in thickness. 0 dated 06 April 2008 One (1) hydrophore system for domestic freshwater supply of adequate capacity for the Vessel’s complement as specified above shall be installed. The SW sanitary pump shall be provided a suction line from the freshwater tanks/system. bronze impeller and stainless steel shaft. showers. bronze impeller and Stainless steel shaft. F. The domestic sea water system shall be used only for toilet flushing. main deck are to be supplied with rubber plugs.

For charging of refrigerant a hose set with pressure gauges shall be provided. to be installed on vibration-free mountings. electrically driven. Galley and dry provision store to have spot cooling. such as dryers. Overboard-discharge shell penetrations are to be of galvanized steel with gate valves and non-return flaps. liquid level sight glasses on the condenser.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Major components of the system shall be as follows. (-) 20 degrees C and (+)4 degrees C in Dial type thermometers to be supplied and fitted for each chamber with dial mounted on outside of chambers. each capable of independently maintaining the temperatures in the refrigerated rooms. Refrigerating system shall be of the fan/coil blower type and to be automatically controlled. each capable of meeting 100% of ships requirement. Inside scuppers shall be provided with water seals and shut off device. The workshop and ECR is also to be air-conditioned. Refrigerant pipes to be seamless copper and outside of cold chambers they are to be lagged. Air Conditioning & Ventilation Air-conditioning:Two (2)Air-conditioning plant of R404A system direct expansion type. oil separators. water-cooled. Two condensers. liquid level sight glasses on the condenser. The air duct to Wheelhouse is to be separate from other branches. Two condensers. Halul offshore Services Page 46/81 . Only one condenser will be in use and the other shall be standby. For charging of refrigerant a hose set with pressure gauges shall be provided. Scupper pipes to be fitted draining to main scupper lines and led to overboard except refrigerant lines no other pipes to pass through cold rooms. 515. Two compressors. oil and refrigerant charging connections with proper isolating valves. Belt drive will not be used for driving the compressors. complete with all necessary accessories. to suit the system requirements. All scuppers and drainage pipes shall be galvanized steel pipes. water-cooled. Major components of the system shall be as follows. Two sea water cooling pump one 100 % standby . one shall be 100% standby Two sea water cooling pump one 100 % standby The plant is to maintain temperature of refrigeration store spaces. Ratchet spanners shall be provided for opening/closing of valves. electrically driven. The plant shall cool the wheelhouse and all living spaces within Accommodation area. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Moisture condensate drainage has to be provided from behind accommodation panelling above main deck. Refrigeration System Two (2) Refrigeration plant of R404A system direct expansion type. Drain from tray to the scupper is to be provided with defrosting arrangement. 514. liquid flow sight glass on the refrigerant line. Door gasket in freezer room is to have heater. Two compressors. The plant shall be skid mounted and located to minimize length of refrigeration gas piping. such as dryers. complete with all necessary accessories. Ratchet spanners shall be provided for opening/closing of valves. liquid flow sight glass on the refrigerant line. oil and refrigerant charging connections with proper isolating valves. to be installed on vibration-free mountings. oil separators.

Exhaust Pipes and silencers to be well insulated and covered with aluminum or cloth sheathing. is to be installed in Wheel House. controls. Dispersant System The vessel shall be equipped with a permanently installed oil pollution dispersant spraying system consisting of extendable or swivelling spray booms or arms each fitted on each side of the vessel.H. Additionally separate air cooled a/c units (2 x 3 tonnes). Inside : 23 degrees C. Work to have a independent Air cooled or water cooler split unit. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Design Conditions as follows: Outside : 50 degrees C and 92% R. Cargo Handling System The filling and discharge lines for vessel’s cargo system shall have four (4) positions on main deck. P&S aft. 517. The system has to be from Ayles Fernie or similar. Pump shall be vertical type and have bronze casings. Fire dampers to be fitted where necessary. with explosion proof / intrinsically safe outdoor unit. Exhaust Pipes & Silencers Exhaust Pipes from main and auxiliary engines to be led to top of funnels. The seawater cooling pump shall have independent suction from the sea-main and located in the engine room. bronze impellers and stainless steel shafts with mechanical seals. 518. 516. where they can be rigged or deployed quickly. All exhaust pipes are to be fitted with spark arrestors at the end open to the atmosphere in addition to the provision given in the silencers. a dispersant tank of at least 10m3 capacity. Halul offshore Services Page 47/81 . tanks and deck stores.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. To be concealed behind deck head lining. which are namely P&S midship. Ventilation: Following spaces to have forced supply and/or forced exhaust: Space Galley Toilets Laundry/drying room Dry provision Air Changed Per Hr Supply 20 10 Exhaust 40 15 15 - Natural ventilation is to be provided for cofferdams. ECR to have independent water cooled packaged unit. a controllable injection pump which can inject between 0% to 10% by volume of dispersant in to the discharge stream. and 50% R. preferablly in the AHU room to minimize length of gas piping. Belt drive will not be used for driving the compressors. The coolers/condensers shall be designed for 25% fouling factor. Exhaust from cabin or compartment to be through louvered grilled in the lower part of the door. and all associated pipe work. meters and monitors. Silencers and exhaust pipes to be thermo metrically insulated from steel work.H. Ducts to be spiral type and insulated by minimum 25 mm thick glass wool and ensure that the condensation will not occur on the outer side. The Air-conditioning plants shall be skid mounted on vibration free mountings and located. Expansion pieces for main and auxiliary engine’s exhaust pipes shall be arranged.

e. at 5.6 Bar. Butterfly valve (S. Set pressures are to be marked on the valves.6bar After-coolers complete with moisture separator and auto drain trap.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev.S.B. • Dry bulk 130mm N.6 bar working pressure. Fillng tanks at Portside and discharge at stbd.5 times working pressure. Loading/discharge station arranged at deck .B. Cement System Cement System General: The system is designed for simultaneously loading/discharging of 2 grades of cargo i. Remote control stand for four(4) tanks operation.) to be fitted adjacent to the quick coupling. Each tank to have independent Loading / Discharge lines. Discharge rate minimum 80m3 / hr.8. Test pressure 1. No interconnection of tanks are permitted except for relief valve. 5. One compressor system shall be 100% standby for the other. Quick couplings are to be provided complete with reducer. seawater cooled. Halul offshore Services Page 48/81 . pressure valve and safety valve which can be preset at any level. 0 dated 06 April 2008 The combined filling and discharge points on deck shall be colour coded and with the following sizes for various cargos: • Cargo fresh water 100mm N. Deck connection shall be of quick disconnecting type CAMLOCK or equal coupling. Crushed Marble. side.B. All tanks for 5. cement and one chemical with a maximum specific gravity of 2. The bulk system shall be remote operated with the exception of butterfly valves (manual operated) located on the main deck.B. The cement tanks shall be individual filled and vented. Cargo Capacity Operation Pressure Classification Cargoes : : : : Approx 200m3 total (50m3x4) . It shall be located in Wheel House facing aft. (5 inches) • Liquid mud 100 mm N. fill and vent lines and air supply plus high level indicators. Tanks: Four (4) off vertical segregated cement tanks of 50 m3 each with completely independent filling and discharge arrangement. Bentonite. The length between the pipe couplings shall not be more than two (2) meters. Compressors: 2 off electrically driven screw compressor each capable of providing the discharge rate independently. Capacity : as required to achieve 80 CuM/hr discharge rate Working pressure : 5. Loading/discharge operation to be from Central Control Panel to be located in Wheelhouse. The pipe couplings shall be of ‘victualic grooved coupling” or similar. Certificates are to be provided for setting of all relief/safety valves. Deck termination shall be fitted with appropriately sized “CAMLOCK” female type quick coupling.B. • Cargo drill water 100mm N. legs and pipe connection for discharge. To be complete with aeration system hatch. lifting eyes. 518A. • Cargo fuel oil 130mm N. having two purge valves for each tanks and two(2) compressor stop buttons incorporated. all to manufacturer’s recommendation. Barite. with de-humidifiers and water separators. Cargo pipes to be kept as short and straight as possible.on port and on starboard sides amidships and aft.6 Bar LRS Cement.

the cement. 3. Air piping from compressor to tanks to be as straight as practicable to eliminate condensation collection points. Air or electrical control system to be installed on the main deck near deckhouse aft bulkhead. Selector switches to be provided at local control station and remote control station (wheelhouse). Stainless steel control panel/boxes and high level alarm system. In addition to local reading/display of flow meter. 2. Mud systems to be arranged with loading strainer. 5” 4” 3” 5” 4” 3” 5” 4” coupler x 5”coupler-3 nos coupler x 4”coupler-3 nos coupler x 3”coupler-3 nos adapter x 5”adapter-3 nos adapter x 4”adapter-3 nos adapter x 3”adapter-3 nos coupler x 4”adapter-3 nos coupler x 3”adapter-3 nos 518B. using the discharge pumps. Pressure transducer with local and remote readout in Wheel House shall be provided in Mud system.5 and with flashpoint above 60°C. Capacity of each of the mud pump shall not be less than 100 M3/Hour at 75 meter head. The tanks are to be arranged with 600mm dia. 1. 2 off discharge systems to be arranged with one pump per system. The piping arrangement shall permit using the flow meter (s) for filling and discharge. air pipes etc. to create turbulence around the suction bell-mouth. Compressed air connections. All fill. Meters shall be of good quality (Liquid Controls Halul offshore Services Page 49/81 . For discharge of mud and brine. The pumping systems shall be inter-connected. The fuel transfer flow meters shall be fitted with a printout metering system. To prevent contamination. 4. The mud tanks shall be arranged for continuous recirculation. Pump start/stop switch with safety cap to be provided locally and in wheelhouse aft console. 2 sets of adaptors (5” to 4” and 4” to 3”) fitting the CAMLOCK couplings shall be provided. flush-type manholes. barite and Bentonite tanks shall have independent filling. remote display shall be provided at the aft console in wheelhouse. according to the rules. with bypass possibilities. shall be provided on both mud tanks. 5. for agitation purpose. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Electric motors and compressor units mounted on common skid. 6. 8. A washing connection from Sea Main shall also be provided for both the mud tanks through the Mud Pumps. Sets of CAMLOCK couplings made of brass with the following details shall be provided. Liquid Mud System Two (2) tanks between tank top and main deck aggregating to 400m3 capacity are to be arranged for carrying liquid mud and brine with density up to 2. 7. vent and discharge piping to be 5 inch and shall be flange connected in lengths no longer than 2M and fitted with CAMLOCK or equal couplings. 518C Fuel Oil Cargo System The fuel oil system shall be arranged with manifold for transfer between groups of tanks in addition to discharge to deck. A flushing water connection from the general service pump shall be provided on the suction side of both mud pumps. The system shall be provided with a water driven or air driven eductor located in the bulk room to enable the tanks to be cleaned efficiently. The fuel transfer flow meter(s) shall be provided with calibration certificates upon delivery of the vessel. discharging and vent lines.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev.

1 set of adaptors (5” to 4” and 4” to 3”) fitting the CAMLOCK couplings shall be provided. The remote shall be digital display. The system shall have two pumps and capacity of each water transfer pump shall not be less than 100 M3/Hour at 75-meter head. In addition to local reading/display. Remote tank gauging system to be provided for Fuel Oil. near flow meter and near main deck bunker stations. preferably pneumatic (Mobrey Digital Type) Positive displacement flow meters (accuracy + 0. The water transfer meter(s) shall be provided with calibration certificates upon delivery of the vessel. 1 set of adaptors (5” to 4” and 4” to 3”) fitting the CAMLOCK couplings shall be provided. near flow meter and local start/stop switch shall be provided near the pump. Pump start/stop switch with safety caps for cargo fresh water pump shall be provided on aft console in wheelhouse . 0 dated 06 April 2008 or equivalent) and built for ‘radio interference suppression’. Pump start/stop switch with safety cap for cargo fuel oil transfer pump shall be provided at aft console in wheelhouse . The system shall have two pumps and capacity of each water transfer pump shall not be less than 100 M3/Hour at 75-meter head.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Sampling cocks and pressure gauges to be fitted to fuel and water discharge and filling lines. Meters shall be of good quality (Liquid Controls or equivalent) and built for ‘radio interference suppression’. The local indicator shall be mechanical. 518E Freshwater Cargo System The FW cargo system to be arranged with manifold for transfer between tanks in fore ship and aft ship in addition to discharge to deck. The water transfer flowmeter shall be fitted with a printout metering system. Selector switch shall be provided at local and remote control station (wheelhouse). The local indicator shall be mechanical with tamperproof sealing. The piping arrangement shall permit using the flow meter (s) for filling and discharge. 518D Tank Gauging System Loose tanks shall be provided with gauge glass of suitable protection and draw-off cock as per Builder’s standard.5%) for fuel and water intake and discharge are to be provided complete with remote display on Bridge. Halul offshore Services Page 50/81 . remote display shall be provided at the aft console in wheelhouse. Drill Water and Fresh water and Mud tanks complete with remote digital displays and paper print-out on both Bridge and ECR. Selector switch shall be provided at local and remote control station (wheelhouse).

All to be SOLAS approved with at least 9 months validity upon delivery of vessel. . Battery to be water contact type. The attached buoys shall be 4. 3 M wide.55). The net should have a spreader beam cum weight at the lower end to keep it under the water. The FRC should comply with SOLAS Ch. 8mm handle. Part C. The boat & davit shall be Norsafe (MAKO 6. one (1) on each side of the Rescue Zone. of charged spare cylinders . First Aid Kit : At least 3 x 33 men first aid kit Breathing Apparatus with : Breathing air apparatus of 15 minutes capacity = 42 approval certificate Nos. PP rope with mesh about 200 mm The nets shall be mounted on reels for quick deployment and recovery Boat Hooks : Two (2) boat hooks c/w approx. Five (5) lifebuoys with 90 Ft buoyancy line Five (5) lifebuoys with 90 Ft buoyancy line and self igniting electric lights. Approved) Twelve (12) parachute distress rockets. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 6 . suitable for 10 persons including crew with a minimum speed of 25Kn shall be supplied. Liferafts : Six sets twenty five (20) men inflatable Liferafts to SOLAS requirement. Life Saving Equipment The following life saving equipment shall be provided on board the Vessel and shall be of the latest design which comply with the manufacturers’ standard and meet the international rules and regulations for seagoing vessel of 33 person compliment. Air Breathing Apparatus of 30 minutes duration = 4 Nos. weight Lifejackets : Sixtysix (66) approved type lifejackets including spare jackets are to be supplied and stowed above the lockers in each cabins. Twelve (12) Red Handflares Fast Rescue Boat : One (1) rigid hull FRC driven by inboard diesel engine connected to water jet propulsion. Lights to be stitched on vest. These are to be mounted on the port side on aft foxle deck. Twelve (12) red/orange hand flare Distress Signal each to have 120 seconds discharge time and be waterproof.SAFETY & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT 601. All to be SOLAS approved. Retro Reflective tapes : Life Saving appliances are to be fitted with reflective tapes Scrambling Net : Two (2) numbers.II. Section-V and subsequent amendments. Lifebuoy -Ring : Ten (10) lifebuoys of PVC or equal approved construction.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Rolled up when not in use and approx.5 kgs. made of 10mm circ.All to be SOLAS approved. Halul offshore Services Page 51/81 . are to be stowed in hinged type cradles for quick sideway launching. A SOLAS approved davit for the above FRC also to be supplied. One (1) copy of Captain Medical Guide. Work vests : Six (6) Pyrotechnics (SOLAS : Four (4) self-contained line throwing apparatus. The collar is to be of semi rigid type preferably. One (1) lifebuoy to be positioned close to stern MOB-Light Smoke Signal : Four (4) sets. A plypropelene net reaching at least one meter in to the water when lowered. and equal number of spare charged cylinders. and equal no.

with an internal deck. “triple” gas detectors for sensing H2S. with hard eyes (thimble eye) at both ends – 2 Nos. All nozzles are to be dual jet/spay type. 3. 2. 4. one optional point. Bottle hooks to suit the wire rope – 2 Nos. 0 dated 06 April 2008 H2S & LEL : detector Portable Triplegas detector : Immersion Suits Fireman Outfit : : Permanently installed fixed H2S and combustible gas (LEL) sensing and alarm system having both visual and audible alarms through out accommodation and workstations. 6 each for H2S and LEL) Three (3) portable hand held. Thirty six (36) approved type to be provided. Helmets with attached earmuffs – 6 Nos. 15M canvas fire hose c/w brass coupling and nozzle is to be supplied and stowed alongside each hydrant in a protective box. LEL and O2 deficiency are to be supplied. 15M long 10 mm diameter. Air inlet to accommodation. Intrinsically safe. stored in the hospital. multi purpose. battery operated. International shore connection is to be provided as per SOLAS Halul offshore Services Page 52/81 . machinery spaces and paint locker is to be provided. shall be provided for hoisting a casualty by helicopter. 5. Two (2) area monitors for sensing H2S. Each of the fireman’s outfit are to be comprising of following: One (1) aluminium asbestos protective clothing One (1) breathing apparatus . LEL along with battery chargers shall be provided. 1. Stretcher Helicopter winching gear Gas Detection Equipment: : : Hospital : 602. on various deck levels and in engine room. 8mm dia. steel rope. Four (4) sets to be provided (each with its own separate storage unit). (Total twelve (12) sensors. Generally all in accordance with the following:Fire main: A fire main with suitable hydrants are to be installed. main deck. The sensor heads are located at Air inlets to E/R. 15 M long. Body harness – 6 nos. Nylon safety lines with soft eyes on both ends – 6 Nos. (2) paraguard stretcher. The fire alarm system to address analogue type Fire fighting equipment is to meet Classification and relevant Government Authority Regulations. The equipment and medicines shall be provided in accordance with QP marine procedures guide appendix ‘H’. Three spare re chargeable batteries with individual chargers to be supplied.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. forward of wheelhouse. A fully equipped hospital in compliance with statuary rules to be provided on the main deck with door opening on to the open clear deck. Firefighting & Detection Equipment INTERNAL Fixed fire detection and alarm system for the accommodation.oxygen tank and mask One (1) fireman’s axe One (1) safety lamp of portable battery type One (1) set of gloves and boots One (1) electric drill Two nos.

80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The pump’s casings are to be cast steel. Monitoring panel shall be installed in wheelhouse. alleyways. 603. pilot bottle c/w quick operated valves and auto alarms is to be provided for engine room fire fighting. etc. Fire Bucket Four (4) buckets painted in red and marked ‘fire’ to be supplied in stands. Operation is to be manual arranged both on the bottle(s) and in a “break glass” pull box at the engine room access. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Portable Fire Extinguishes:Fire extinguishers are to be supplied and installed as per SOLAS. External Firefighting External fire fighting system is to be as generally stated below and is required to meet FIFI Class 1.58 KN Bronze Acid proof steel. Overboard dump lines shall be provided to empty the system after use.item 731. S/T room. Monitor Capacity Inlet pressure Throw length Reaction thrust Swivels and swivel Barrel Halul offshore Services 1200 m3/hr 12 bar 120m 16. Two (2) hand wheels for emergency manual control also require to be built on the monitors. paint room. 604. B/T room. The CO2 bottles to be stowed inside a separate compartment.A Fire detection system Smoke and heat alarms shall be fitted throughout the galley. foam and CO2 extinguishers are to be provided. may be increased if felt insufficient. The capacity of the pump is considering the drenching requirement. Capacity Head Pump speed Power absorbed Driver power : : : : : 1650 m3/hr 140 MLC 1800 Rpm Maker requirement Maker requirement Fire Monitors (water/foam) Two (2) units of short type fire monitors for water and foam discharge are to be provided. 605. Fixed CO2 System A full flooding CO2 system consisting gas bottles. machinery spaces. Only dry–powder. Fire Blanket Two (2) off to be provided in engine room and galley. Electrical joystick control arrangement from the aft console in wheelhouse is to be provided. Independent sea suction and piping system for each pump has to be provided. shaft acid proof steel & impeller of AI-Bronze. wheel house. mess rooms. recreation rooms. Emergency Fire Pump Please refer to Machinery Specification Clause “Fire Pump-Emergency” . 603. Steering gear room. according to requirement for FF Class I Page 53/81 . offices. The pumps are to be driven from the front side PTO of the main engines via step up gearbox with built-in clutch. other than CO2 extinguisher. Fire pumps Two (2) seawater pumps each 1650 m3/hr at 14 Bar. laundry. accommodation. ER to have 50% dry powder and 50% foam units. Fire Axes Two (2) off. workshop.

Fixed Water-Spraying System (FFS Make) The vessel is to be protected by a permanently installed water-spraying system consisting of upright nozzles. • One (1) joystick panel for installation in wheelhouse with the following remote functions i) elevation and rotation of monitors. Both to be multi channel 25 watt RF output power and 1 watt reduced RF output switch fitted with digital selective calling (DSC) and capable of receiving on 156. Remote handsets to be located at the forward and aft control stations. The pipelines and nozzles are to be so arranged and protected that they will not be exposed to damage during the operations. Navigation & Communication Equipment The following navigation and communication equipment are to be fitted in accordance with relevant Government Authority requirements. All pipes in permanent contact with foam or detergent concentrate shall be of stainless steel. All pipes of the fire fighting system shall have drainage and venting valves. OSV nozzles and tug nozzles (HOSC to provide details). Horizontal and vertical movement with limit stops restricting monitor discharge on any part of the vessel. Minimum of 230 degrees in horizontal and -20 to +70 degrees in vertical directions. Drenching branch line for the main spraying system shall be provided with remote operated solenoid valve with control at the aft wheelhouse control console for controlling the supply to the wheelhouse during fire fighting operation. Foam System Foam system shall come with tank of 20m3 capaciy Foam injection system shall be suitable for up to 3% foam injection with proportioning pump and flow meter for controlled injection. The foam shall be injected only to the fire monitor line avoiding the mixing with the drenching water system. Monitor control The monitor remote control system consisting of the following: • One (1) main control panel . Two (2) units of VHF-radio telephone. 25 W with remote handsets are to be provided. A manual isolating valve shall be provided before the solenoid control valve.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Throw height Elevation and rotation of monitors vessel. superstructures and deckhouses including foundations for water monitors and other equipment. 606. Following is based on GMDSS requirement for AREA A1 A2 & A3. ii) clutch in/out operation of fire pumps. Halul offshore Services Page 54/81 . 55m measured vertically from sea level assuming a mean impact area located at a horizontal distance not less than 70 m from nearest part of vessel. Deck Delivery Heads Two (2) sets of 4-way 65mm delivery heads with instantaneous hose connections are to be fitted on main deck. The system shall comply with the requirements of 1974 SOLAS as amended by the 1988 GMDSS conference. The fixed water spraying system is to have a capacity not less than 10 litres/min/m2 of the area to be protected. The arrangement for the water-spraying system is to be such that necessary visibility from wheelhouse and the control station for remote control of the fire fighting water monitors can be maintained during the water spraying. Foam shall be introduced to the monitor from branch pipe directly and expansion in the foam barrel for application. The fixed water spraying system is to provide protection for all outside vertical areas of hull.logic for operation of monitors.525 MHz (Channel 70).

Additionally 3 lithium batteries are to be supplied with 9 months validity. one meeting SOLAS & ARPA with daylight display. • One (1) GPS (Global Positioning System) & one (1) DGPS displaying Northreens & Easteens are to be provided. • Two (2) units of search and rescue radar transponder (SART) • One (1) unit of NAVTEX Receiver. 50 Hz and DC 24 volts. Two independent INMARSAT stations with telephone. These should have “way-point” features and suitable for navigational use and to establish accurate position of Man overboard. Make: FURUNO or equal • Three (3) sets walkie-talkie. quadrant balls and reflector tube and compass binnacle. Electrical supply: 230 volt. 0 dated 06 April 2008 INMARSAT equipment CAPSAT Fleet 77 fromTrane & Trane or equivalent in lieu of (Inmarsat –B) for Telephone/Fax and e-mail facilities. 0-25 meters deep range in forward console and c/w repeater at aft manoeuvring station. One (1) autopilot compatible and interfaced with gyro and steering compass. interfacing facility and inter-connecting cable shall be provided and installed • One (1) Weather Facsimile • One (1) master gyrocompass fitted with five (5) gyro repeaters positioned as follows: o One (1) in wheelhouse forward console o One (1) in wheelhouse aft console. Make: FURUNO or equal • One (1) EPIRB • One (1) watch keeping receiver unit. One (1) unit X – Band with slave monitor at aft console. Make: FURUNO or equal • Two (2) 20” LCD Radars. 626). o One (1) in steering gear compartment. ditched helicopter. One (1) magnetic compass with 7-inch reflector type c/w correction magnet. Make Magnavox or similar. vessel in distress etc. fax and e-mail facility from wheelhouse and from one of the office. • Engine room • Wheelhouse Halul offshore Services Page 55/81 • • . Alternately master gyro may be fitted in fwd console coning position in lieu of a repeater there. 607. 1 Phase. fitted with gimbals and azimuth circle. Internal telephone system to be provided in all rooms namely: • Cabins • Offices • Common spaces • Workshops • All control positions • Stores • Tool room etc. Azimuth device is to be provided. Make: FURUNO or equal • One (1) speed log system comprising transducer receiver.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. • Machinery Data Logger with Engine and propeller Movement Recorder. • One (1) echo sounder. • DP System from Kongsberg Item not specified above but required by the relevant Authority are to be supplied. • SSB set (See separate clause no. o Two (2) outside of wheelhouse in the bridge wings. GMDSS compatible each complete with spare battery and chargers. • Hygrometer. if required by rule . Internal Communication One (1) auto-telephone system with about 50 lines and 50 lines spare capacity is to be provided.

LAN hubs are 16-port auto sensing stackable 10/100 base TX/FX Ethernet switch (d-link/3 com). engine rooms. The connection outlets for PCs are to be RJ-45. 1-meter patch cable is to be provided inside the patch panel. OFC cables are to be of multimode 8-core cable. Computers and servers Makes to be of IBM/COMPAQ with International Warranty Services. The computers to meet the following specification. 0 dated 06 April 2008 • Bulk Cargo room Workshops. DVD writer. Chief Engineer’s cabin.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Engine Control Room. 5. 6. is to be provided. Sockets connections for OFC to have outlets facing downward to avoid sharp bends in cable. 4. In addition to above Sound Powered Telephone (SPT) to be provided at the below locations • • • • • Wheelhouse Steering Room Bow Thruster Room Engine Room Control Bulk Cargo room Computer Network Server based LAN should be installed for emailing purposes. Wheelhouse. except ships office where the computer shall also be provided. Master’s cabin 4. Processors to be centrino dual core. with the server at Wheelhouse and computer terminals with all the accessories in following spaces 1. 2. Wheelhouse. Electrical Navigation Lights & Shapes Duplex type 230V AC navigation lights are to be supplied:• Two(2) / Three (3) pieces masthead lights • Two(2) pieces of side lights • One (1) towing lights • One(1) stern light • Two(2) anchor lights • Two (2) / Three(3) NUC lights • Two(2) black circular shapes of 600mm dia. The server to be located in a lockable cabinet in the wheelhouse. All the offices to be provided with terminals. etc. Halul offshore Services Page 56/81 . 1. 3. 2. Mouse to be of Optical Type. All outlet positions to be sequentially numbered and labelled with corresponding labels on the patch panel ports and cable. Owners 5. The cables used for computer network is CAT5/CAT6 type. Separate routing and deck penetrations to be provided for LAN cables so as to avoid interference with other power/signal cables. 2 GB RAM 3. Each equipment is connected to network with 3meter grey jacketed fly lead to wall outlet. Total numbers to 6 nos 608. Plus one spare • Two(2) diamond shapes The lights and shapes have to comply with COLREG and applicable classification & administration rules.

Floodlights shall be supplied from the main and emergency switchboards. Chronometer One (1) unit chronometer to be provided Barometer / Barograph One (1) unit precision barometer to be provided. repeaters. charger. One electrically operated automatic fog horn from Zollner or similar to be provided. 619. working and mess room spaces. searchlight & voice pipe are to be supplied. Flags One (1) complete set of International signalling flags. Horns One (1) air horn (to be operable from forward and aft control). . Shipyard to propose locations.C for twin screw propulsion consisting of the following commands to be mounted at the two (2) wheelhouse control consoles. Day Light Signal One (1) Aldis type day light signaling lamp c/w portable battery. Quartz type. 613. Qatar national flags – 2. These will be supplied by the owners.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Clinometer Two (2) units. numerical and alphabetical. 0 dated 06 April 2008 609. wall mounted (one in wheelhouse. 618. One (1) unit Barograph to be provided. 611. Charts & Publications – Owner’s supply All relevant radio. cable etc. including wheelhouse and engine room. Clocks to be battery clocks. Covers for Navigational Equipment Canvas / PVC covers for compass. Flood Lights Seven (7) Halogen lights of 1000W each are to be fitted for external lighting. Also refer clause 820. Search Lights 2 X 2000w c/w under deck operation (one from Fwd. Sextant One (1) unit sextant to be provided. Search lights to be supplied from main and emergency switchboards. 610. Telegraphs Two (2) sets electric push button telegraphs operating on 24V D. one from Aft). Clock In all the living spaces. Instruments and equipment selected for the aft consoles should be suitable for operation facing aft. 622. 617. 615. 612. 616. 2 units type with changeover for forward and aft wheelhouse consoles. 2 x 11 order means: Full astern Half astern Slow astern Dead slow astern Halul offshore Services Page 57/81 614. 620. 2 x 11 orders. 621. navigation publication and charts for the voyage from shipyard to DOHA and for the operating areas in Qatar territorial waters. one in engine room). electrically operated ‘joystick’ control type. Ship’s Bell One (1) 12”brass bell with rope and engraved with ship’s name and year of construction.

two (2) loudspeaker at the aft and Two (2) in engine room. each loudspeaker with 60 watts capacity to be audible with all the machinery running. 2 nos. Unit shall be suitable for 230V AC. 3. ECR and aft deck . 1. Standard channels should also be available. programmed to Charterer’s frequencies and mounted in the ‘Fast rescue boat’ in water tight container. wall/panel mounted VHF – Sailor RT2048. 628. 1 no. Thrust Direction Indicator One (1) for each propeller and each bow and stern thrusters at both the control consoles. fwd deck. programmed to Charterer’s frequencies and mounted in the hospital for communication to shore based doctors. Internal antenna wiring shall be provided in the ECR. 624. Charger for one set shall be provided in the ECR. wall/panel mounted VHF – Sailor RT2048. Anemometer One (1) 0-100 mph anemometer comprising transmitter and receiver of the dial type shall be installed. Binoculars Two (2) normal ship binocular sets. Halul offshore Services Page 58/81 .80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 400 watts including microphone. PA System PA system with talkback facility is to be installed with one (1) loudspeaker at the forward. 1 Phase. SSB radio / Telephone One (1) set of fully synthesized MF/HF single side-band (SSB) transceiver. 629. 2. having 10 channels) – To be programmed to Charterer’s frequencies as below. in Engine room. Microphones at fwd and aft consoles are to be hands free type. 4. Talk back facility to be provided at all operational points like workshops. whip antenna control and coaxial cable. 1 no. Spare batteries and chargers shall be provided for each set. 627. 50 Hz and 24V DC. 625. MAKE: FURUNO or equal. coupler. Electrical supply: 230 volt. with a slave unit in Master’s cabin. B/T room. 0 dated 06 April 2008 STOP Dead slow ahead Slow ahead Half ahead Full ahead Wheelhouse control Finished with engine and standby 623. including antenna.. One talk back facility with headphone is to be located near the local control for the CPP in the engine room. Engine Room. These shall be programmed to Charterer’s frequencies. 7 x 50 Owner required equipment in addition to GMDSS. One slave unit shall be in Master’s cabin. Alarm System (General) Vessel shall be equipped with a General Alarm System capable of being activated from a minimum of three separate locations on board the vessel. 630. WH. 4 nos. VHF radio portable (Intrinsically safe. PA system is to be connected with auto telephone system for ‘paging’. One each shall be mounted at the forward and aft console. aft deck bulkhead and at the Crane column. 626. and in steering gear room. wall/panel mounted VHF – Sailor RT2048. Thermometer (Dial Type) One (1) unit of local & remote reading (in wheelhouse) seawater thermometer is to be provided. Steering gear room.

galley. 6. 157. 158. 100% spare capacity shall be provided in the telephone exchange.500 MHZ Wx5 Other channels of these walkie talkie sets shall be standard marine channels including channels 6. 69. 16. 607. This shall be provided at the aft console in wheelhouse. open decks.850 MHZ Wx3 3. 15. mess rooms. 0 dated 06 April 2008 1. Handsfree attachment (clip on PTT) shall be supplied. 5. 14. Talk back and PA system – Hands free ‘Talk back and PA system’ system with Master and slave controls at forward and aft consoles in wheelhouse shall be provided. 623. Walkie talkie sets shall have carrying case with shoulder strap. working spaces. This system shall be connected to all Alleyways. machinery spaces.1 MHZ Wx4 4. etc. Also see cl. 13. Wall/panel mounted Aero band VHF – To be programmed to Charterer’s frequencies for helicopter operations. Halul offshore Services Page 59/81 . Also see cl. 17.475 MHZ Wx1 2. recreation rooms shall be provided with telephone facility for two-way communication.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 7. 158. working areas. 162. Marine auto-telephone exchange – All living.

In case of Azimuth CPP. Diesel engines are to have NOX certification in accordance with Classification Society Rules. sewage and garbage in conformity with MARPOL 73/78. Gearbox Each of the main engine to drive the propeller through a marine reduction gear. IMO and National Societies. Two (2) independent propulsion plants. Each engine to be about 2750 KW continuous rated and is to be coupled to one (1) Controllable Pitch Propeller Unit via a reduction gear or directly to Azimuth CPP The engine shall comply with the latest IMO requirement for NOx emission and shall be supplied with EIAPP certificate.. one forward and one aft. 702. Joystick control. bow and stern thrusters. shall be noted as well as measures for sea. dual out put step up gear box to drive both the shaft generator and Fire Pump. Complete engine cooling shall be provided by freshwater. All main and auxiliary machinery is to be rated for continuous maximum output under tropical conditions as described in cl. The gear box to have independent cluth for engaging the Shaft Generator and Fire Pump. Priming pump and preheating device for main engines are to be provided.Machinery Propulsion is to be provided by two uni-directional marine diesel engines arranged to supply power independently via reduction gearboxes through twin propeller shafts to two controllable pitch propellers fitted in Kort nozzles. 701. Each engine is to be of compressed air-starting system. Electric driven standby gearbox lub oil pump shall be provided for each gearbox. each unit shall consist of: • One (1) Main Engine • One (1) Controllable Pitch Propeller with fixed / Azimuthing nozzle The entire propulsion plant is to be designed. The pump shall start automatically in the event of low lub oil pressure.O. O. Rotation configuration shall be made to ensure correct propeller rotation direction. Main Engines Two (2) single-acting. Gear ratio is to match the engine for appropriate propeller. General .going vessels for the prevention of marine pollution by oil. The Engine PTO drives a single input. is to be provided. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 7 – MACHINERY 700. Manoeuvring control of the propulsion units. at front end of about 1200KW to drive a fire pump / Shaft Generator via a step-up gearbox to match the RPM of the fire pump & Shaft Generator complete with isolating clutch. All coolers are to have 25% fouling margin above rated capacity. marine diesel engines with exhaust turbo charging and charge air-cooled are to be provided. non-reversible. Each gearbox should have a vertical offset power take off (PTO) to drive shaft alternator ( in case of conventional CPP) All alarms and safety requirements as per class and in accordance with good Shipbuilding practice are to be provided. medium speed. Gearboxes are to have built in hydraulic clutches.T. Halul offshore Services Page 60/81 . A visual and audible warning alarm in ECR & Wheel House shall be provided. four stroke. propellers and gearboxes is to be provided from two stations in the wheelhouse along with relevant indicators. Each engine is to be provided with one (1) P.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. integrating the main engines (CPP). L. according to IMO. 114. independent steering gear. trunk piston type. constructed and installed according to the rules and requirements of Classification Society. Exhaust gas emission limitations.

shall be provided in ECR with group extension alarms in Bridge. one LH and one RH to be provided. 703. without withdrawing the shaft fully. Temperature monitoring shall be provided for stern tube bearings. to prevent accidental contamination/drainage. built and installed to meet Classification standards. The tank shall be connected to LO purifier for ‘closed loop’ purification.A. Engr’s cabin with a selector switch in ECR for the extension alarms. All relevant tools for opening of blades. A drain tank of about 2 m3 storage capacity shall be provided in the DB for emptying the oil from stern tube systems. Emptying out of tank shall be done by sludge pump. operating in fixed nozzles. seals and couplings shall be provided. 703A. 703B. Rotation of propellers will be arranged with due consideration of specified performance of the vessel. Propeller material to be of approved nickel aluminium bronze and are to be manufactured to ISO/TC 8 Class II standard and statically balanced. shall be provided. Mess Room. CPP System Automatic starting standby pump for each shaft line with audio visual alarm. an oil level gauge. 704. as necessary. Shafting (Stern Gear) Each of the forged steel tail shafts is to be sized 2mm in excess of Classification minimum requirements. The Builder shall furnish and install a complete twin-screw controllable pitch propeller system. for each shafting system. Each is to be fitted with white metal lined bushes. secured at the bulkhead and at the “Y” frame boss. when standby comes into operation in the event of low lub oil pressure. Shaft brake with interlock with ME starting shall be provided. CE’s cabin and 2nd. One (1) set of spare propeller blades. Suitable spectacle blanks shall be provided. Propeller blades and hubs will be in Ni-Al bronze or equal . and low-level alarm. Upper part to support shaft aft bossing and lower part to prevent wires entering nozzle thus protecting propellers. Mechanical means to arrest shaft trailing to be provided. ’ Two (2) stern tube oil tanks are to be fitted and arranged. Propellers are to be designed to give speed performance and bollard pull as specified. Propellers Two (2) four bladed controllable pitch propellers are to be installed. Additionally a hand operated pump. 0 dated 06 April 2008 702. The system is to be interfaced with machinery data logger and recording system. Stern tubes ( Conventional CPP) Two fabricated mild steel stern tubes are to be supplied and fitted. Stainless steel net cutters and MS rope guards shall be provided. Halul offshore Services Page 61/81 . Remote temperature monitoring shall be provided for all bearings of the shafting system. one to feed each tube by gravity. The tanks are to have air release arrangements. The entire CP propeller system is to be designed.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Shaft earthing shall be provided. and arranged for oil lubrication. fwd and aft seals. Remote Control (Manoeuvring and control equipment) Control & Monitoring system A control and monitoring system. as required for UMS notation. Propeller shaft brackets are to be of “Y” type fabricated of MS. Changing of propeller blades should be possible in dry dock. Shaft coupling between intermediate shaft (if provided) and propeller shaft is to be of the split coupling type to facilitate withdrawal of shaft in to the dry-dock. The blades will be designed for operation in fixed nozzles. shall be provided for emergency. The stern tubes are to be fitted with simplex seals.

• Diesel Generators Voltage : 415 V. Main engines shall be controlled remotely by electrical power from the wheelhouse including all safety features for safe operation of the vessel from the wheelhouse. rudders and thrusters. The Main generators and Shaft Generators will be capable of continuous parallel operation with each other. monitoring and communication systems will be completely duplicated on forward and aft consoles. Back up provision for operating the CPP in case of failure are to be provided at both the consoles. 3 phases Frequency : 50 Hz Output of each set : 1200 KW Shipyard to submit ME power balance chart and electric load chart before placing order for DG sets and shaft alternators. All instruments used on the aft console shall be suitable for operating the vessel when looking aft. The diesel engines and generators are to be fitted on a common foundation. Generators . Generators are to be designed for parallel operation. “”Supply by Maker’s propulsion package complete with all necessary interfacing. Transient paralleling is to be provided between the shaft generators. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Control consoles in bridge Forward and aft engine manoeuvring control console to be installed at the bridge and fitted with all required instruments. which is to be resiliently mounted. Provision for auto start. The data logger system shall have power backup from UPS. The cooling of engines shall be done by individual heat exchangers cooled by LT water of central cooling system. Engine & pitch movement recorder shall be provided at the wheelhouse and engine data recorder (log printer) and alarm logger shall be provided in the ECR. for automatic load sharing / transfer and while supplying to BT or ST. control. The command. Halul offshore Services Page 62/81 . 705. . Starting of engines is to be by compressed air using air start motors coupled to flywheel. These shall be mirror images of the instruments fitted on forward console. with selector switch. auto load sharing and auto synchronisation to be provided. Necessary inter locks to be provided for operating the shaft alternator. All accessories shall be in accordance with the Classification Society. The diesel generators in the engine room shall be driven by three (3) water-cooled marine diesel engines. The three DG sets are to be able to operate in parallel. An integrated joystick control system is to be provided at both forward and aft control station to the controllable pitch propellers.Main The electrical power is to be supplied by three (3) diesel-driven generators and two (2) shaft driven alternators.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Shaft generators shall be capable of parallel operation individually with main generators Inter-changeability of shaft generators and thrusters shall be arranged in such way that either of the thrusters can be run by either of the shaft alternators and from main diesel generators. Alternators to have bearings at both ends. 3 phases Frequency : 50 Hz Output of each set : 400 KW • Shaft Alternators Voltage : 415 V.

Diesel oil service tank for the emergency generator set shall be fitted with high & low level alarms. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Basic Design Characteristics: • Heat exchanger cooled • Compressed air start using air start motors coupled to flywheel. 120 KW (approximately) Should cater for the dead ship start arrangement.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. and back up power supply for the search light and flood lights etc. safeguards and instrumentation see separate clauses. Following spares shall be provided for each pump. if necessary. and fresh water heaters • Local start and remote start from ECR • Resilient mounting For alarms. Bow & Stern thrusters are to be interlocked during fire-fighting operations.O. A Pumps • All centrifugal pumps shall preferably be of vertical type. The units to be driven by electric motors and complete with controllable pitch propeller. capacities. The emergency genset room is to be well insulated and the generator is to be mounted on resilient foundations to minimize noise and vibration. 3 phase. Control of both thrusters shall be from all control positions in wheelhouse. • 4 stroke • Engine mounted L. emergency lighting. Remote start / stop panel with selector switch and running / stop indication lights shall be provided in ECR. Tank shall be filled up by the FO transfer pump. running / stop indication lights.8 pf. FO overflow shall be taken to designated overflow tank. 706. fresh water. One propeller blade for the identical thrusters shall be provided as spare. powered by electric power from shaft alternators. impeller of bronze. Emergency hand hydraulic starting arrangement shall be provided. 707. Bow & Stern Thruster Units Two (2) transverse bow. For all seawater pumps (excluding the Fifi pump). Emergency starting and control should be available locally in the B/T and S/T compartments respectively. NPSH charts and detailed specification of pumps for each system including standby pumps for the main engines &. fuel oil and raw water pumps • Independent L. The capacity of generator is to be sufficient to supply all emergency and harbour loads as required. the casings shall be of bronze. shafts of stainless steel with mechanical seals. diesel-driven emergency generator with air-cooled radiator system and to be of electric-start type shall be provided in the Emergency Generator Room located on the main deck and to be readily accessible from the open deck. Output: 415V. diesel generators. 50Hz. 707. 0. and one transverse stern thruster unit are to be fitted with a power of approximately each 500 KW Continuous rated (8 T thrust approx). emergency steering.Emergency One (1) SOLAS compliant. One set of mouth rings Builder shall provide numbers. 1. Generator . One Mechanical seal 2. All pumps shall have locally mounted starter panels with ammeter.O. All necessary arrangements in accordance with Rules and Requirements are to be provided. Halul offshore Services Page 63/81 .

The pump casing is to be of cast iron. Pump to act as standby for. on main deck and in ECR with running/stop indication. Mechanical seals and adjustable relief valves are to be provided. Fuel Oil Transfer Pump One (1) gear pump is to be provided for fuel oil transfer. Pump to have remote start/stop in ECR with running/stop indication. Bilge and Ballast Pump One (1) self-priming centrifugal pump is to be provided for the above duty. The FO transfer pump shall be wired for auto start and stop. being complete with 3 Phase 50 Hz.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Potable Water Cargo Pump Two (2) centrifugal pump. 50 Hz. air-conditioning and refrigeration cooling. 50 Hz. The pumps shall provide for re-circulation for the contents in the tank to maintain its homogeneity. and Fire Pump One (1) General Service and fire pump. 710. electric motor driven 415 volts 3 phase 50 Hz with locally mounted starter and capacity of about 100m3/hr when discharging at about 75m head to be provided for fresh water duties. shaft of stainless steel and Impeller of bronze. The pumps shall be provided with local start & stop panels with running/stop indication provided in the ECR. Pump to have remote stop outside engine room. These pumps shall be of screw type. Mechanical seals and adjustable relief valves are to be provided. Liquid Mud / Brine Pumps Two (2) Centrifugal pumps ( Mission Magnum) are to be provided each of about 100 M3/hr (Minimum) at about 75 Mwc. 415 V motor complete with locally mounted starter. The pump casing is to be of cast iron. 415 Volts motor and locally mounted starter. 711. The FO transfer and FO cargo systems are to be interconnected. 0 dated 06 April 2008 708. shaft of stainless steel and Impeller of bronze. connected to bilge. Drill Water Cargo Pump Two (2) centrifugal pump. 709. Pump to have a capacity of 100M3 (Minimum) per hour against a discharge head of about 75M. Running/stop indications shall be provided in the ECR 708 A Cargo oil transfer pump – Two (2) gear pump is to be provided for pumping of diesel oil cargo. ballast and fire system. A local and remote reading flow meter capable of being used for filling and discharge is to be provided. the glands to be of mechanical seal type. Pump to have one remote stop outside engine room. Remote Start & stop panel with illuminated indication shall be provided at the aft console in W/H. Remote reading display shall be provided in ECR & W/H. and 415 V motor complete with locally mounted starter. Pump is to be directly coupled to a 3 Phase. suitable for pumping mud. A local and remote reading flow meter capable of being used for filling and Halul offshore Services Page 64/81 . The pump is to have a capacity of about 60 M3/hr at about 45M head and is to be complete with suction and discharge pressure gauges. The pump and motor are to be mounted on a combined base plate. The pump shall have cast iron body with alloy steel rotor and shaft. Pump to be identical to bilge/ballast pump and cross connected to perform such duties and Vice-versa. Pump is to be directly coupled to a 3 Phase. Pump to have a capacity of 10M3 per hour against a discharge head of 15M. The pump casing and impeller are to be of Bronze and shaft of stainless steel.S. 712. electric motor driven 415 volts 3 phase 50 Hz with locally mounted starter and capacity of about 100m3/hr when discharging at about 75m head to be provided for fresh water duties. Pump is to have a cast iron body with alloy steel rotor and shaft. A local and remote reading flow meter capable of being used for filling and transfer is to be provided. Remote Start & stop panel with illuminated indication shall be provided at the aft console in W/H. G. The pump and motor are to be mounted on a combined base plate. 712A.

718.O. 720. compensation tanks • Heat exchangers to be of plate coolers type. Engine Cooling System The main engines are to be heat exchanger cooled.W. 0 dated 06 April 2008 discharge is to be provided. Cooling Pump For Aircon And Refrigeration Plant Two (2) each self-priming centrifugal S. Transfer Pump One (1) horizontal gear / screw pump of capacity 5 M3/hr at 25M head. with rubber stator. 715. L. D. pump.W.S. automatic cut off valve or stopping arrangement etc.O. pump (emergency by G. The sludge tanks for each purifier shall be located below them above the DB tanks. One (1) Salt Water pressure set identical to F. Pump to have remote start/stop in ECR with running/stop indication. Remote Start & stop panel with illuminated indication shall be provided at the aft console in W/H. L. Sludge Transfer/Dirty Oil Pump One electric driven horizontal positive displacement type screw pump. is to be fitted. impeller to be bronze and shaft to be stainless steel. The bilge lines and sea suction lines shall be connected to this pump. electrically driven is to be fitted to serve air-conditioning and refrigeration system. 716. Pressure Set .S. Purifier & Diesel Oil Purifier One (1) electrical centrifugal lube oil purifier (identical to fuel oil purifier) complete with electric heater. capacity about 1350 litres/hr.W. 415V. Pressure Set Standby Pump One (1) pressure set standby pump. 719.W. installed in the engine room and shall deliver 5 M3/hr at 25 M head.2 – 4 kg/cm2 with pressure relief valve. The fault alarms of purifier shall be connected to central alarm and monitoring system. supplied (per ship): The following equipment to be 714.O.O Purification system to be from settling tank to daily tanks. Both the LO & DO purifiers shall be provided with appropriate controls for ‘automatic’ operation. identical to above shall be adjacently mounted to FW pressure pump. complete with electric heating coil for the tank and / suction line with recirculation arrangement. 713. Pressure Set.W. pumps (one kit pump to be provided as required by class) • Electric S. 50 Hz is to be provided for LO system. Standby duties to be carried out by G.W. • Engine mounted F. pump) • F. settling tank. The SW and FW pressure pumps to be cross connected with spectacle flange. Pressure Set – S. 3 phase. The auxiliary diesel engines are to be heat exchanger cooled: Halul offshore Services Page 65/81 .O Purification system shall be from M/E sumps and from L. Arrangements for draining the water from sludge tank to bilges shall be provided thorugh funnel and appropriate piping.W. One (1) electrical centrifugal diesel oil purifier.F. Pump casing. S. The discharge shall be led to bilge holding tank and to deck connection. One (1) Fresh water pressure set complete with motor driven Hydrophore pump 3m3/h at 45m and one (1) pressure tank of about 300 litres with maximum working pressure 2. Oily Bilge Separator One (1) MARPOL standard oily water separator complete with pump and oily water discharge alarm.W. The sludge tanks will manually drain in to the dirty oil tank.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Pump casing is to be of Bronze. 721. L. 717. Overflow from sludge tanks shall be lead to dirty oil tank. circulating pump of suitable capacity. Capacity 1 M3/hr with oil content less than 15 ppm.

Air compressors to have automatic start/stop with pre selection switch. diesel generators.Starting Air Two (2) sets of starting-air compressor. shall be installed onboard. Bedplates. An additional control air bottle c/w control panel. All these are to be tested and certified for their SWL by the classification society.W. NFU. steering switch and other necessary fittings are to be provided. The drains shall be piped in to splash protected open funnels and lead to nearest bilge well. Air Compressors . 724. One of these pumps for each steering gear system shall be supplied from the emergency generator via emergency switchboard. Aft indicators should be suitable for operating facing aft. • One (1) of the compressor to be supplied with alternate source of power from emergency generator for dead ship start. 722. Synchro etc. with manual bypass. actuator. Timer operated. Lifting Equipment Lifting beams are to be fitted over each main engine and diesel alternator set to facilitate lifting of cylinder covers. 0 dated 06 April 2008 One (1) F. filter. Starting Air Receiver Two (2) sets of starting-air receiver with sufficient volume and necessary fittings shall be provided. Mechanical stoppers are to be provided at the side of each tiller. Compressor and motor shall be mounted on a common skid/foundation with resilient mounting. Lifting arrangements are to be provided over major items of auxiliary machinery. kit pump and one SW kit pump is to be provided for each engine and one spare. cement compressors and hydraulic systems will be integrated with the central cooling system as described in clause 506 of the specification. In the Engine cooling system cooler back flushing and cathodic protection shall be provided for the connecting joints at the dissimilar metal flange of cooler. starter. locking valve. The capacity of each unit is to be according to the regulations and main engine maker requirement. Isolating valves shall be provided before the solenoid valves. solenoid valve controlled. The compressors shall be direct driven by 415V. being air-cooled and electric driven. capable of 2 x 45 deg. electro-hydraulic steering gears. air pipes. 725. filter. Steering gear control is to be from forward and aft consoles in wheelhouse. steering column. 3 phase 50Hz electric motor through a flexible coupling. The cooling water systems of main engines. level indicators etc. Steering Gear ( For Conventional CPP) Two (2) completely independent. pistons. automatic condensate drain system. The pipes are to be of seamless steel pipes with suitable connection. Pipes and air bottles shall be designed according to the regulations. oil and moisture removal shall be provided for the control air system. manholes. Minor Tanks The following minor tanks are to be sited in the engine room and arranged with all necessary filling. drain and outlet connections. Two (2) panorama type helm indicators will be fitted above the forward console. 722A. Two (2) rudder indicators of Panorama/dial type are to be fitted on/above the aft console in W/H at eye level. System to be completely independent complete with two pumps for each steering gear system.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The system shall be interfaced with ‘Joystick’ control. liners. directcoupled type. Selector switches for FFU. 723. Halul offshore Services Page 66/81 . etc. motor. shall be provided from both air receivers. solenoid valve. shall be provided at both consoles.

stainless steel construction. being able to suppress noise by about 25 dBA and equipped with spark arrestor and suitable for oil field operation Exhaust gas supports to be provided by flexible suspensions. each of about 20 M3 capacity shall be provided for diesel fuel. Shallow coamings are to be provided where necessary around openings in floor plates. shall be provided as necessary. Two (2) exhaust gas compensators. Handrails and stanchion are to be arranged as required. 727.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. including thrusters and cement rooms will not rise more than 5 degree Celsius above the ambient temperature. The arrangement is to be of sufficient strength to support machinery components during inspection and maintenance. They are to be supported on angle steel supports and are to be removable for access to tank tops and are to be provided with lifting holes. Floor Plates. each sufficient for 24 hours running of two main engines and one generator. At least one (preferably two) settling tanks. 0 dated 06 April 2008 2daily service oil fuel header tanks. The exhaust pipe supports. after turbo charger and also where necessary Insulations to be equipped with stainless steel sheet covering Drains External spark arresters shall be provided on all exhaust pipes of diesel engines Halul offshore Services Page 67/81 . for maintenance and operation of machinery. Engine Exhausts The system is to consist of the following elements: Two (2) exhaust gas silencers. Floor plates are to be fitted in Engine room. immediately after the turbo chargers shall be of rigid type. Handrails And Gratings Ladders and gratings are to be furnished to provide adequate access to equipment. Built in clean lubricating oil storage tank (as per section 505) 212111726. 728. Raised platforms. Ventilation Engine room Wash places and Galley : : Two(2) forced supply (reversible) Forced exhaust and natural supply Forced supply and natural exhaust & natural exhaust. Bow Thruster. Stern Thruster and cement tank compartment: The exhaust / supply fans & ducts shall be so designed that the room temperatures in the machinery spaces. The transfer pump shall be arranged for automatic start/stop operation depending on the tank level. handrails and stanchions being fitted as required. Additionally. one forced draft fan shall be provided for exhaust. bow thruster room and stern thruster room around all equipment and extend to ship sides or bulkheads as far as practicable. fresh water header tanks for main engines stern tube lube oil storage tank stern lube oil header tanks Dirty oil/sludge tank Header tank for LO Purification Tank for each grade of oil used on the vessel. Floor plates are to be 5mm thick chequered steel plate.

732. 2. to comply with MARPOL Regulations. 6.LAH 731. The common fault of this system shall be connected to the central alarm system. 0 dated 06 April 2008 729. including pumps. etc. 5. Incinerator Incinerator with rotary cup burner with facility for independent and simultaneous continuous burning of solid and liquid waste. blowers. Sewage holding tank – LAH Dirty oil tank – LAH Designated Fuel oil overflow tank . 730. A dirty oil settling tank of about 5 m3 capacity with level alarms and pump stop shall be provided above incinerator level for gravity feeding to incinerator. 8. 4. It is to be of selfpriming. A high level alarm shall be provided. all compressors for air. Capacity of incinerator shall not be less than 55 litres per hour. as required by class. Pumping out arrangement from sewage holding tank shall be by an eductor driven from GS pump system. 733 734. blowers.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 3. Halul offshore Services Page 68/81 . valves. pipe lines. Atlas or similar. Washing arrangement from GS pump shall also be provided for this tank. refrigerant.LAH All expansion tanks – LAL Stern tube header tank – LAL Stern tube forward seal – LAL CPP tank –LAL All DB tanks used for fuel tanks .LAH Sludge tanks for FO & LO purifiers . Sewage Treatment Plant One (1) Sewage Treatment Plant of approved type suitable for 40 men capacity. centrifugal type with a capacity 25m3/hr at 45m head or as per SOLAS / Class requirement. Emergency Fire Pump One (1) electric motor driven emergency fire pump is to be provided. The alarm shall be connected to ships central alarm system. Running hour meters Running hour meters shall be provided for all machinery. 7. adjacent to sewage treatment plant. 9. The system to consist of necessary pumps. 1. Sewage holding tank of sufficient capacity (20 m3) and appropriate pumping arrangements shall be provided in the Double bottom. Stand By Pumps Stand-by/Kit pump for Main Engines and Auxiliary diesel engines are to be provided. and can be from Team Tec . Tank level alarms Following tanks shall be provided with tank level alarms. tank etc. main & auxiliary engines. Volcano.

Fire fighting operation. one main air compressor. All indication lamps. switchgear and accessories shall be of such size as to be capable of carrying the maximum current.for power. which shall not be subject to deterioration in the atmosphere and at the temperature to which it is likely to be exposed. As far as possible should be of LED type of about 8-10 mm size. and on the main deck. emergency lighting. junction boxes etc. Insulating materials and insulated windings shall be resistant to moisture.C . sea air and oil vapour in tropical conditions. 3 phase. cables and fittings intended for use on the vessel shall be submitted to the site representative of owner’s for approval prior ordering. communication. The design of all equipment shall provide for accessibility to parts requiring inspection. The generator sets must therefore be suitable for parallel operation and must be completed with necessary control kits for continuous parallel operation and auto load sharing in proportion to their capacity. 1 Phase. General colour code to be adopted (Red. 50 Hz sockets shall be provided in the workshop. 801. 50 Hz emergency generator for emergency lighting. 50 Hz electrical sockets.for general lighting. 3 Phase. • 230 Volts. • 415/230V. 50 Hz . Halul offshore Services Page 69/81 . which can normally flow through them without their respective ratings being exceeded. 2 nos. Where necessary all electrical equipment shall be suitably suppressed to satisfactory radio operation. The shaft generators shall supply the MSB during cruising. Specification/brochures of all wires. The shaft generators shall be capable of continuous parallel operation with main generators and between shaft alternators for a period of 30 minutes for load transfer. 0.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 415V. General The electrical installation is to be made in accordance with the requirements of the Classification Society and IEC latest regulation. 3 Phase. to prevent accidental wrong plugging.O. 3 phase. alarms and steering gear system. A tiebreaker is to be provided between the MSB and the common bus bars of shaft generators.8 PF alternator driven by auxiliary diesel engines. 50 Hz . 50 Hz. System Of Supply • 415 Volts. • 24V D. 0. navigational lighting.T. The sockets are to be different type from the 230 V sockets. 50 Hz. 802.for alarms. All electrical equipment shall be constructed of durable flame retarding. platform operation. and workshop equipment. All conductors. Redundancy of one diesel generator (out of three) is to be ensured during all working conditions of the vessel (Cruising. navigational lighting and power less than 3 KW. welding transformer. Enclosing cases for electrical equipment. etc) The auxiliary diesel engine driven alternator sets are able to run in parallel and continuously when required. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 8 – ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION 800. amber. • In addition to 230V. 1 phase. 415V. 110V. Each main generator shall be capable of taking entire electrical load of the vessel during cruising. harbour operation.8 PF alternator P. from main engine Three (3) – 400 KW. 1 phase. radio and navigation aids. non-hydroscopic materials. to be of adequate mechanical strength and rigidity to protect the contents and to prevent distortion under all likely conditions of service. green). Power Supply AC System The electrical generation plant on board this vessel comprises: Two (2) – 1200 KW. controls. Harbour loads. Domestic FW & SW pumps.

Auto load sharing and auto starting. fire detection and alarm system and aldis light for 18 hours.C. Switchboard . reefer connections (for refrigerated containers) are to be provided on the main deck. connection box. intercom system. phase meter. In addition. A fixed louver complete with fine insect netting shall be installed in the back plate. 24V DC output static battery charger to be provided. Capacity of each reefer socket shall be 35 Amperes 5 pin type (3P+1N+1E). digital synchroscope (LED). ammeters.Main The main switchboard shall be of opened hinged front and opened back screw type and arranged in the engine room. Synchronising equipment for Auto and manual parallel operation of diesel driven generators shall be installed with synchronising lamps. frequency meter and earthing for controlling the entire A. 24V DC regulated output transformer/rectifier with the input coming from the main switchboard. a third unit will be provided as ‘spare’ if required by Classification. governor motor switch etc. dual frequency and voltage meter. Emergency generator to have sufficient capacity to cater for emergency lights. navigation lights. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Two (2) 35 KVA. to connect between the shore & shore connection. system. 200AH batteries via the radio battery-charging panel. In addition to under voltage and over current relays. navigation aids. search lights. of the first standby generator and if failed should start the second standby generator. iii) One (1) 40A. It shall be fitted with copper bus bars at the upper rear part of the switchboard. iv) 3 Nos 30 m length cable with 5 pin male and female sockets on either side to be provided. One length of 30m cable c/w terminal connections is to be supplied. Shore Supply: A 200 Amp T. shall be of British type. Halul offshore Services Page 70/81 i) . Emergency Supply: One (1) 120KW output diesel driven emergency generator to be provided c/w an independent day tank for at last 18 hours continuous running.C Supply: The 24V DC supply is to be obtained from 1 bank of 200AH. selector switch for generators. 3-wire watertight shore supply complete with kwh. ii) 3 nos.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. in case of unstable bus. moulded case circuit breakers. For generator protection the generator circuit breakers shall have under voltage trip inverse time over current and instantaneous trip devices. circuit breaker and connected to the main switchboard. flood lights. This generator sets should be able to take the entire harbour load (without cargo operations) when feeding to MSB and shall be arranged with independent automatic battery/air starting in the event the main power supply fails. An alarm for the low busload and a switch for auto load sharing are to be incorporated. The shore connection box is to include: • Ammeter • Voltmeter • Power Indicator Light • Phase Indicator • Frequency meter D.P 415/3/50. a reverse power relay for trip shall be provided. Reefer sockets are to be of standard universal type. voltmeters. ii) (Emergency generator is auto starting) A 24V DC supply for the radio is to be obtained from 2 banks of 24V. The shore connection box to be placed on the main deck within the superstructure and connected to shore supply through watertight bulkhead opening. Earth test arrangement to be provided. sequence indicator. i) 803. iii) All electrical sockets/plugs etc. A second unit is to be provided as ‘spare’ to meet classification requirements. 415/220V step-down transformers Delta-Delta connected. Shaft alternators shall be capable of running in parallel with the DG sets for short duration to facilitate transfer of loads. 50Hz.

In harbour.C. An earthing indication light and testing switch shall be fitted and also a selector switch for ammeter and voltmeter. 804. 24 V DC Switchboard will serve for the following • 24 V DC consumers • 24 V DC radio battery charging panel Halul offshore Services Page 71/81 805. 415V/3 Ph/50 Hz/3 wire. emergency diesel generator or shore connection box with 415 V. Interlocking between shore power connection and shaft. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Care is to be taken for appropriate arrangement of switches. the electrical equipment can be fed either by main generators or by the shaft generator (s). as required. The internal wiring of the switchboard shall be carried out in EPR insulated wire to Classification and specification with a maximum operating temperature and having the following insulation grades: • Power Cables: 660 volts • Control Cables: 250 volts On completion of manufacture the switchboard shall be subject to an electrical voltage test of 2000 volts at a frequency between 25 to 100 cycles in accordance with Classification requirements. During normal operation the emergency switchboard shall receive power from the main switchboard. The plates shall be secured with brass pins or screws. The necessary arrangement shall be made to guarantee an uninterrupted operation of all essential consumers in case that the loads have to be taken over by stand-by generator. shall feed the electrical equipment instead. Voltage. frequency and ammeter shall also be provided in the shore supply section of the MSB. Switchboard . 3 phases. changeover and selector switches for battery charging and circuit breakers. It shall be equipped with all necessary voltmeters. 50 Hz. main generators shall be fitted. A dummy push button switch to simulate power failure shall be incorporated. Switchboard . fuses. during the cruising. it shall be at a convenient height and run the full length of the switchboard. It shall have a minimum width of 600 mm and thickness of 12 mm. isolation. An insulated handrail shall be fitted to the front of the switchboard.Emergency One (1) emergency switchboard similar in construction to main AC switchboard and shall be fed via a bus tie cable from main switchboard in normal operating conditions for the control of one (1) 120KW. switchboard shall be provided for battery charging and distribution of DC sources. radiator-cooled diesel engine driven alternator set. and starter panel of bow/stern thrusters. .80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. The 230V distribution shall be derived from a 415/230V transformer. ESB. A rubber-insulating mat of 2000V shall be laid full length in front of and behind the MSB.24v D. Distribution of electrical power shall be made available both at 415V and at 230V levels. All necessary detailed drawings and material list shall be submitted to the Owner’s Representative (two sets) for approval prior to commencement with manufacturing of the switchboard. protections and control equipment to ensure ease of maintenance and operation. All components throughout the switchboard shall be provided with white-black-white triplicate nameplates clearly indicating the components service and normal full load current ratings.C The 24 volt D. Operation The design shall ensure that. ammeters.

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Cable Installation All cables shall be EPR/XLPE insulated PVC sheathed or equivalent and subject to acceptance by Classification. Main power cables in ER and exposed deck, where exposed to damage, are to be armoured type and PVC outer sheathed or taken through steel conduits. Care shall be exercised in the run of all cables to avoid areas of excessive temperature, action from condensed moisture or drip and protected from risk of mechanical damage. When required, the water tightness of the cable ends situated below the bulkhead deck shall be ensured by appropriate means at the time of installation. Normally cable runs shall not include joints. If a joint is absolutely necessary or desirable, it shall be carried out in a suitable box of such design that the conductors remain properly insulated and protected from atmosphere action, and fitted with terminals and rectangular bus bar. In toilet and washroom areas as far as practicable only cables absolutely necessary for the supply of equipment used in these spaces shall be permitted. All cables to be regularly colour coded or labelled. Penetration of watertight decks and bulkhead shall be effected in watertight manner. Lighter individual stuffed glands or boxes containing several cables and filled with fire retarding packing shall be used for this purpose. Passage of cables through tanks must be avoided and if essentially required then same to be taken through sealed conduits. Cable Colours Vessel current carrying parts of different polarity shall be clearly marked with internationally accepted distinguishing colours, for guidance as follows: RED : PHASE ONE YELLOW : PHASE TWO BLUE : PHASE THREE Cable Tray/Supports Cables within machinery spaces shall be secured by approved type saddles onto perforated galvanised steel tray/galv’d cable ladder. In accommodation spaces, cables shall be run behind panelling in horizontal or vertical run in an orderly manner and clipped to straps welded to frames. Where it is not practical to run cable behind panelling the cable shall be covered with battens. Cables subject to weather or mechanical damage shall be run suitably supported in conduit pipe with welded unions. Pipe shall be smooth on the interior and not subject to deterioration from the effects of moisture. The pipes shall have their ends shaped or bushed in such a way as not to damage the cable covering. The pipes shall be mechanically and electrically connected to terminating boxes. Electric Distribution Distribution shall be by the three wires with neutral earthed system. Distribution of power throughout the vessel shall be generally as described. Distribution Boards Distribution boards situated in Accommodation spaces shall be installed in an easy accessible manner. Outgoing circuits, shall be fitted with nameplates indicating the circuits, maximum amps, and rating of fuse fitted. A.C. and D.C. distribution boards are to be double pole type. Power and lighting distribution boards in number and size as necessary. Switch Panels Switch panels shall be sited at the wheelhouse and all outgoing circuits fitted with nameplates indicating the circuits. Radio Switch Panel (24V D.C.)

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The radio switch panel shall be powered from the radio battery via the radio-charging panel. It shall be fitted with indication lights, ampere and voltage meters, fuses, circuit breakers and alarm indicator. Navigation Light Switch Panel (24V D.C.) This panel shall be fitted with a built-in transformer rectifier of 230V AC/24V DC indicators, switches, buzzers, fuses, failure alarm indicator and changeover switch. Main supply is obtained from 230/1/50A.C supply and emergency from the main batteries. 812. Motors All motors shall be suitable for working in climatic conditions and in accordance with the requirements of Classification. Generators and motors in excess of 50 KW shall have built in space heaters. Motor Starters All motor starters to be suitable for marine use and provided with single phasing overload protection and running indication. The starters are to be of magnetically operated type. All motor starters shall be tested in accordance with Classification. All motor starters shall be enclosed in 16 SWG quality bright mild steel cases. The applied paint shall be treated in accordance with Classification Regulation. All cut-outs and door edges shall be suitably sealed with gaskets, ensuring that the case is both dustproof and water jet proof. Every starter shall have the load break insulator mechanically interlocked with the case door, ensuring power is off when door is opened. All outgoing cable terminations shall be located above in removable gland plate located in the base of the case thus providing ready access to terminals and glands. A starter shall be provided for all electric motor of 0.5 hp and above. Motors up to 5KW rating shall be started by means of a ‘DIRECT ON LINE’ type starter. Motors between 5KW and 50KW shall be started by means of a “STARDELTA” type starter. Motors above 50KW shall be started by means of soft starters/ Auto transformer starters. All motor above 5 KW shall be provided with ampere meter. Motors for purifiers and M/E turning gears shall be provided with ammeters. All the motor starters for oil related pumps, heaters and fans to engine room shall be fitted with remote stop stations located one in the passageway outside the machinery space and one in the wheelhouse. For discharge of oily bilge water, a stop push button shall be installed externally near the gangway (P&S). All motors above 5 KW to have hour meters fitted. 814. Transformer Two (2) step-down 3-phase transformers (415/230V, 50Hz, 3P) one as 100% standby, shall be installed in Engine Room to provide for general lighting and power supply for the vessel. One (1) step down transformer rectifier shall be installed in the Navigation light switch panel. It shall be of the open type rated for an input of 230V, 1 phase, 50 Hz, with an output of 24V D.C. This transformer rectifier shall be in the normal supply to the navigation lights. Storage Batteries All batteries shall be of the lead acid type. All batteries shall be installed in steel or GRP watertight ventilated boxes on the bridge deck. The batteries shall be sat on non-absorbent insulating supports with similar spacer blocks at the sides to secure air circulation space all round the battery. The battery space shall be painted with a corrosion resistant paint. Shore Connection Equipment Provision shall be made to connect a 200A, 415 Volt, 3 Phase, 50Hz, supply from shore to the main switchboard.
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A drip proof supply switch fuse box with male type plug receptacles shall be fitted on the main deck in a convenient position and be permanently wired via a changeover switch, and phase reversal switch to the main switchboard. The system shall be arranged so that it is not possible to parallel ship’s alternators with shore supply. The connection box shall be complete with circuit breaker, phase sequence indicator, pilot lamps and socket. 817. Fuses And Circuit Breakers Fuses circuit breakers used throughout the installation shall be of the Classification approved type and shall be suitably sized to circuit requirements. Switches All switches in the accommodation are to be flush mounted and switches in the engine room and other machinery and watertight compartments are to be watertight and metal mould (marine type) Control switches shall be suitably sized to circuit requirements. All switch, sockets, plugs etc shall be UK type (British type) suitable for use in Qatar. Sockets And Terminals Cable sockets and connecting terminals shall be of such dimensions that the maximum current likely to flow through them shall not produce heat, which would be injurious to the installation. Where soldering is adopted for securing cable sockets and connecting terminals, corrosive solid or liquid flukes shall not be used. Accommodation: Non-watertight 230/1/50, 3 pin switch sockets, flush or surface mounted shall be fitted throughout the accommodation spaces. Engine Room/Galley/Stores/Main deck Around 20 nos of watertight 230/1/50, 3 pin switch sockets, marine moulded type surface mounted shall be fitted throughout the engine room, galley, store space and main deck.. 820. Lightings Cabins Engine Room Floodlights Floodlights ; : : : 230V A.C., 2 x 20W florescent 230V A.C., 2 x 20W, watertight and guarded florescent. 230V A.C., each 500W Halogen in way of liferaft areas. 1000 watts Halogen to deck – 7 nos..

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Navigation Lights Double tier lens, navigation lights shall be fitted. The navigation lights shall be according to COLREG. All navigation lights shall be controlled by an indicator panel fitted in the Wheelhouse. Each navigation light shall be controlled and protected by a double pole switch and fused on each conductor. A visual and audio indicator for light failure shall be fitted. Emergency Lights Emergency light is to be provided and fitted at strategic points in the wheelhouse, lobby, steering gear, bow thruster and cement tank compartments, engine room, at entrances, galley, mess and radio area. All to Classification and relevant Authority requirements. Emergency lights shall be automatically energised on failure of main A.C. supply and shall form part of the normal lighting system. Fire And General Alarm Fire and general alarm supply system is to be taken from 230V A.C. and the 24V D.C. supply. Alarm push buttons are to be fitted in wheelhouse, forecastle deck, main deck, bow thruster compartment and engine room. Alarm bells are to be sited in wheelhouse, forecastle, and main deck lobby. An alarm horn is to be installed in the bow thruster compartment. In the engine room, an alarm horn complete with a red rotating beacon is
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also to be fitted. requirements. 824.

The installation shall meet SOLAS, Classification and relevant Authority

Main And Auxiliary Engine Instrumentation And Alarm To be in accordance with Classification Society requirements. All alarm shall be operated on 24V D.C. supply. The main engine shall be supplied from D.C. main switchboard. All the engines and low-level alarm should be provided with a panel in the Engine Room and in the wheelhouse with visual and audio indicator. A steering gear visual and audio alarm indicator shall be provided. Additionally, extension and group alarm panels are to be provided in cabins of C/E, 2/E and crew mess room. The duty station selector switch shall be provided in the ECR. Shipyard shall propose a comprehensive list of alarms and automation for owner’s approval.

825. Monitoring, operation and Control The controls, automation and instrumentation shall be designed based on the Class requirement for UMS operation with the necessary alarm systems including extension alarms in order to allow vessel operation without continuous engine room manning. Builder shall provide complete specification, detailed drawings for owner’s approval within 4 months of signing the contract.

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Following operational modes shall be included: • Standby mode • Joystick Mode • Manual/Joystick mode • Mixed manual/Auto mode • Auto Heading Mode • Auto Position Mode • Auto pilot Mode Following interfaces shall be provided. Hipap trunk will have 2 Manholes. The system to include on line Consequence Analysis. The valve to have open close limit indication using limit switches.0 M (Frequency of 6 -8 seconds equivalent to a force 6 gale on Beaufort Scale) Current velocity . Motion Prediction Analysis. Main Switch board Joystick Power Management system Two (2) Gyro compasses Two (2) Wind sensors Two (2) Motion reference units Two (2) DGPS One (1) Laser reference unit. c) Motion Reference unit x 2 nos. Significant wave height -3. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION -9 DYNAMIC POSITIONING SYSTEM 901 General The Vessel shall be fitted with Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) and is required to hold position in any of the loading conditions and under following environmental conditions Water Depth . The indication should be available locally and near DP console. All required HiPAP cabling to be done Halul offshore Services Page 76/81 . The DP System shall be installed to meet the IMO DP -1 notation. Hipap trunk with 500NB gate valve. e) Laser type (Radius) reference system – x 1 no. b) Wind sensor x 2 nos. On line DP Capability Analysis. The system must have the ability to plot and print capability graphs.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 902 System Requirements The system to have interfacing to a) Gyro compass x 2 nos. 1 door and a vertical ladder. All thrusters.0 m/sec Fully operational single DP system shall keep the Vessel in position and working.1. etc. The DP system to have latest operating system . Electric or Hydraulic operated will be installed for future installation of the HIPAP unit. d) DGPS x 2 nos.30 Knots.300 Meters Wind Velocity . DP Operation output Alarm.

• One (1) lot main engine standard tools.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. • Two (2) points on the outside of the hull and adjacent to each propeller.W. 0 dated 06 April 2008 SECTION 10 . • Two (2) steel sounding tapes for F. The spare parts shall be tropicalised for long term storage.O. and material standard in all respect to the primary parts and are to be from the same suppliers. • Three (3) electrical hand inspection lamp with 10M wandering leads • Two (2) keys for sounding pipes screw plugs. 1003. Spares & Tools & Instruction Manual The Vessel is to be completely with the following compulsory spare parts.SPARES AND TOOLS SPECIFICATION 1001. • One (1) lot generator standard tools. • Two (2) points on the outside of the hull and adjacent to each rudder. • Two (2) points above each generating sets • One (1) point above each pump. The spare parts are to be equal in design. • One (1) point above each rudderstock on the underside of main deck. • One (1) 6” vice mounted on the workbench. • One (1) 1-ton chain block • One (1) steel workbench with adjustable light and drawers and lockers with padlocks under in the engine room. and F. Compulsory Spare Parts Spare for 5.000 Hours Operation as the Standard of Manufacturer (List of spare parts certified by the manufacturer shall be submitted item by item with technical proposal) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Main propulsion engines Main diesel generator Emergency diesel generator Controllable pitch propeller units Other pumps Air compressors Purifiers Heat exchangers Ventilating fans Reduction gears Refrigerating plants Air conditioning units Hydraulic pump units External fire pump Bow & stern thrusters 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set each set each set set each set set set set set set set set set set set each each each each each each each each each each each Halul offshore Services Page 77/81 . One (1) lot CP Propeller standard tools. They are to be packed in boxes. Maintenance And Workshop Tools Lifting lugs suitable for use of chain blocks are to be fitted in the following positions: • Two (2) points above centre of each main engine. • Two (2) points above each intermediate shaft. origin. One (1) pedestal grinder. identified and listed. 1002. • One (1) electrical portable drilling machine. • One (1) set of assorted hand tools. • One (1) point above each gearbox. One (1) pedestal-drilling machine.

Mandatory parts for main engines as per attached list Fuel injectors complete – for one main engine Fuel injector nozzles – One set for each engine L. Loose Rigging Gear (AHT Gear) The following gear to be supplied loose. 2. 20 T SWL 80 T SWL 35 ton & 55 ton Dia as towing line Dia of rope – 100 mm for 65 Tonne Bollard pull. 0 dated 06 April 2008 • • • • • • Hydraulic deck machinery Deck crane Fast rescue boat and davit Steering gear Step up gear boxes Shaft Alternators 1 1 1 1 1 1 set set set set set set each each each each each each 1004.2 1. SWL 60 mm Different 1 ton Marlene round 10T SWL 5 Kgs.4 1.O filter element for turbo-charger – One set for each engine F. 2 x 2m & 1 x 1. 1 1 1 3 1 3 2 pcs.1 1. 2 2 1 3 2 2 2 3 12 2 1 1 each 1 1 Mooring Ropes (60 metres long) Anchor Handling Hook Chain from Gob-eye to the towing wire with swivel in center of the chain Bow Shackle Pennant Wire (20 – 25 m long. soft eye) Nylon stretcher rope with hard eyes of 150 T (SWL) on both ends 1005.3 1.5 1. All items to be of ‘Crossby’ make. filter elements – One set for each engine Page 78/81 Halul offshore Services .O. 1.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. 3. • • • • • • Spare Parts And Tools 1 set of spare blades (one blade for port and one blade for stbd propeller) 1 spare blade for each bow and stern thruster. Other 1. Qty. Sl No.O filter elements – One set for each engine Mechanical seals for attached pumps – One set for each engine L.6 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Description Shackles Shackles Shackles Shackles Shackles Shackles Metal Snatch Block Pelican Hooks Roller Shackle Wire Slings Single Wooden Block Steel spikes Wooden Spikes (+ hickory Mallet) Grappling Hook Sledge hammer Crow Bars Size 120 tons 100 tons 75 tons 55 tons 50 tons 35 tons 22 mm 70 T.5m 2 ½ or 3” dia.

F. * Nos marine plastic electric cable 5 core complete with male and female 5 pin 32 ampere sockets on either end each of 50 m length. complete with valves. 6.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. rudders etc. 2 numbers -Cylinder liner assembly. etc. rocker gear push rods. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 5. 0 dated 06 April 2008 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 4. gudgeon pins Piston ring set – One set for each engine Connecting rod assembly – One set for each engine Main bearing metal – 1 set for one engine Connecting rod bearings (top & bottom end ) – 1 set for one engine Thrust bearing metal – one set for each engine Starting air motor – One number complete with all fittings.O Injection pump – One for each engine 2 numbers . couplings. Halul offshore Services Page 79/81 .Pistons. complete with cylinder head gaskets and O-rings 2 numbers . 2 sets of fuses used in the main switchboard. complete with rings.Cylinder head assembly. Speed governor – One set with all fittings One set of all relevant tools and measuring equipments One set of each type of attached pumps Turbocharger overall kit – one complete set for each turbocharger ( Detailed list to be provided by builder for owners approval) Scavenger air cooler (complete) Mandatory parts for diesel generators as per attached list Fuel pump assembly one complete set Fuel injectors – Two complete sets Mechanical seals for attached pumps – One set All filters – One set for each engine Cylinder heads complete – one for each engine Speed governor – One set with all fittings Turbo-charger complete set One set of all relevant tools and measuring equipments Attached pumps – one of each type Freshwater cooler – one complete set One set of Exhaust & Inlet valves and seats Liners – Two numbers Pistons – Two numbers Con rod – Two numbers Main & Con rod bearings – two sets Tools for opening and closing of propellers.

Skum. Transformers. Sait Marine. KC Ltd. Alstom. Sperry. Kobelt Furuno. Seatex Furuno. Emergency Generator Fire Pump Fire Monitors Pumps & Hydrophore Starting air compressors Oily Water Separator. Alstom Cathelco. Rolls Royce . Thorn Security. Skum Unitor. MAK Caterpillar. Alstom. PBG Norway. Carrier. Korea. Marine Electricals Caterpillar. Hamman. Beha or European equivalent. Carrier. Viking Sotra Gruppen. Hamworthy. Simrad Halul offshore Services Page 80/81 . Schottel. Terasaki. Tokimec Anschutz. Westfalia GWK. Bitzer. JRC. Man Lindenberg Kvaerner. Bow Thruster Motors. KS Valve (India). Chains Galley Equipments. Thorn Security. Scandinavian Electricals. Choice ( International Brand) Unitor. Anschutz Furuno. GPS Echo Sounder (Navigation) Gyro Compass Auto Pilot Makers Wartsila . Tyco. JP Sauer. Allied Pumps Unitor. Refrigerator. All Weiler. Magnavox. Keystone. Others Bloctube. Norsafe . JRC. JRC. Washing Machine. Rolls Royce. Nijhuis. Triangle. Zeal. Engtek. Hamworthy. Viking Norsafe. TTS. Corintec. Hamworthy. Rolls Royce. Envirovac. Schottel. Desmi..Yanmar. Macerator etc. Sperry. EBI Cranes. Sewage Treatment . Sabore. B + V Industrtrietechnik. Anschutz Tokimec. Skipper Anshutz. Beha or European equivalent. Draeger Draeger. SEC Hydralift. Drier etc. Stamford. Hatlapa. Tyco Industrial scientific. Sabare Nexan. Hatlapa. Sabore. Frequency Drives Switch Boards & Controls. Volvo. Bombass Azcue.Biological Air Conditioning System Refrigeration Plant Purifiers Tank Gauging System Marine Growth Prevention System Valves Hull and Deck Equipment Paint Hydraulic Deck Machinery Deck Crane Fast Rescue Boat & Davit Life Rafts Anchors. Ocean Clean. Fixed and Portable firefighting items Fire Detection Equipment H2S & LEL detectors Breathing apparatus Cables Engine Order Telegraph Navigation Equipment Radar Magnetic Compass DGPS. Man Lindenberg Rolls Royce. York Alfa-Laval. Sin Seng. York Bitzer. Scandinavian Electrical. Apollo. Zhen Mao. Hamworthy.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Lips. Atlas. Volvo. Econosto. Owners. Kvaerner. Leroy Somer. Maikiyama. Dragon. Helkema. Lips. 0 dated 06 April 2008 Proposed Makers List Item Machinery Main Engine. Main DG Azimuth Thrusters. Autronica. Cassen Plath. Medana & Visca Hempel Karmoy.

Shan Sin . Norselight Halul offshore Services Page 81/81 . 0 dated 06 April 2008 Item Doppler speed log ECDIS. Francis. System GMDSS Sound powered telephone/ Intercom Fog Signaling System Fleet 77 Marine PABX Search Light Makers Furuno. JRC Zeintel. Philips. Phontec Kokum Sonic. Skipper. Zeintel. VDR Communication Equipment P. Zollner. Sait Marine Amplidan. Simrad. Amplidan. Alcatel.Japan Thrane & Thrane. Glamox. JRC. Zeintel. Tokimec JRC. JRC.A. Phontec Sailor. Phonetec. Furuno.80 Ton Bollard Pull AHTS Rev. Furuno.

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