New Wave Catamaran
New Wave believe these new concepts can benefit many marine industry sectors both in environmentally friendly waste oil disposal and the making and using of bio-fuels at sea.
Some of the onboard features of this vessel include:
1. Waste Oil disposal refining waste engine oil or vegetable oil, blended ready for consumption or to supply another vessel or land based facility.
2. An ATV located on the upper foredeck and is lowered by the custom made davit. The jet-boat is located on a custom made Aft’ hydraulic platform which lowers into the water.
2. Onboard Tankage
integral tanks throughout the hulls for use by different fuels and oils, such as diesel, waste oil, These will be refined and blended as biofuel which can be used to run diesel engines at reduced costs.
4. Low cost operation.
The vessel will itself run on the biofuels it makes. Allan Lear from TSS Construction claims “even to the extent of the near 100% coconut oil blend”.
5. Onboard workshop.
Includes, lathe, saws, press drill, welders, sand blast gear, and all that is needed for an engineering in any remote location.
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|Location:||Gold Coast, Australia|
|Designer:||Paul Birgan CMCS|
|Builder:||New Wave Cats|
|Length:||67′ 9″ (20.65m)|
|Engine:||SER 60 (600 HP @ 2,100 RPM)|
|HorsePower:||2 x 600 HP|
|Fuel Consumption:||160 ltr / hr Cruise 220 ltr / hr Top, 3000 N.M.|
|Max Speed:||24 Knots|
|Cruise Speed:||20 Knots|
|Genset:||Perkins SABRE 77KW Auxilary, Perkins SABRE 44KW|
|Fuel Capacity:||8,500 Litres Diesel, 6,000 Litres Bio Fuel|
|WaterCapacity:||1,000 Litre Freshwater Capacity with Watermaker|
|Toilet:||plus Holding Tank|
|Dinghy:||Rescue Boat/s:1 Jet Boat, Vehicles: 1 x Amphibious Vehicle plus tailer|
|Ground Tackle:||ANCHOR WINCH: Winches: TMQ AFT' PLATFORM Capstan/Windlass: MUIR 3500
ANCHOR: 2 x 80 kg
|Life Raft:||1 x 12 Man AMI|
|Electronics/Navigation:||GPS: JRC GPS 112
PLOTTER: TMQ C-Plot Max
SOUNDER: JRC Plot 500Fl
RADAR: JRC JMA-5106
AUTO PILOT: TMQ AP500
RADIOS: JRC JSB-196 HF, Icom IC-M302 VHF, GME TX 4600 UHF, GX 300B 27 Mhz