For the Dutch company Hartman Marine Shipbuilding, Conoship International provided the stability documentation for Class approval after the conversion of the general cargo vessel Baltic (the first vessel of the ‘R2 Carrier’ serie) to a fish feed carrier for the new owner Eidsvaag, based in Dyrvik, Norway.
The conversion of the vessel included the installation of a gantry crane, a dedicated load handling and discharging system, three extra generator sets, and two extra compact jet thrusters for DP capability at the salmon farms in the Norwegian fjords.
|Length over all||92.90||m|
|Length between perpendiculars||84.99||m|
|Depth to main deck||8.30||m|
|Deadweight @ T = 5.00 m||3,002||t|
|Auxiliary generator sets||3 x 500||bkW|
|Compact jet thruster fwd||200||bkW|
|Compact jet thruster aft||200||bkW|
|Dimensions hold||63.80 × 12.50 × 8.30||m|
|Tween deck load||5.00||t/m2|
|Hatch cover load||3.50||t/m2|
|Fuel oil (MGO)||242||m3|
Pictures courtesy of Shipspotting.com | Frode Adolfsen and Marcel & Ruud Coster