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Catwalk tech - 6 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Other equipment on board of Catwalk Vessel Type: Baron 133' extendable to 138’ Twin Screw Diesel Yacht Dimensions: Length over all (swim platform extended) Beam Draft Displacement “Inline" shafts of Aquamet steel alloy, water lubricated Sternbearing + 2 outboard "V" brackets. 2 Propellers Schaffran 5 Blade NIBRAL, Ø1300mm Max. Speed about 18 kn Cruising speed 14 kn 136’95” 42.00 metres 26’8’’ 8.13 metres 7’7’’ 2.29 metres 210 metric tons (full load) Construction: Year Built KaiserWerft GmbH, Saal, Bavaria (Germany) Yard Number Glass Reinforced Polyester Underwater Vinylester laminate Teak Laid Decks Auxiliary Machinery & Electrical System: Batteries: 24 volt DC Systems Gel Batteries with Dolphin chargers 2pcs. 120A 3pole 800Ah 24V Domestic 400Ah 24V Engine Starting 200Ah 12V Radio/Coms) 200Ah 24V Gen Starting 200AH 12V general use Paint system Awlgrip of USA epoxy filler Exterior glass Technoglass of Switzerland with UV filters HFL Germany Perkins base engine 80 kW / 100 kVA Shore Power max. 120 kVA Input: 180-520 V, 47-64 Hz, 3 phase with synchonisation Machinery: Main Engines 2 MTU 16V 2000 M91 Electronic Governed Marine Diesel Engines 2000 bhp (1492 kW) @ 2350 RPM Tank Capacities & Range: Fuel 36,200 litres, 9,565 USG Water fresh 3,300 litres, 871 USG Black / Grey Water 1,400 litres, 370 USG Speed, Consumption and Range: Speed Maximum Cruising speed is optimum usage of fuel to power ration at constant RPM Passage speed is the speed at which the yacht can achieve a long range using fuel very economically. However, the engine RPM is required to be increased for 10 minutes every 6 hours to´1,800 so as to engage the turbochargers. Extended passages at this speed is not recommended Slow speed is the absolute minimum speed the yacht can operate at Remarks Maximum speed is the highest speed the yacht can reach for a limited period of time Note: 1. All above details are ”about” 2. The above consumptions include tha fact at 1 generator is operating at 1,500 RPM continuously so as to provide basic electrical services 3. The above performance is basis a calm sea state, no wind influence, deep water, clean hull & appendages and half fuel tank loads 4. Maximum & slow speed are therotical and as such, not reco

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Other equipment on board of Catwalk Ancillary Equipment: Steering System: Alarms: Fire Detection twin hydraulic ram, twin balanced rudder arrangement with interlink. Fire Fighting Pumps: Bilge Pumps Vacuum Marine WCs, with sea water flush Sewage treatment plant Hamann, Germany Bow thrusters Stern thrusters HFL, Bristol compressors, Cooling power 420.000 BTU Master, Salon, Dining, Pilot power 30.000 BTU Fire Detection system with smoke detectors in all spaces, plus heat detector at Engine Room and Galley CCTV system with cameras in Engine Room + Aft Deck, Monitors on Bridge & Crew Mess Communications...

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Other equipment on board of Catwalk Deck Equipment: 2 Anchor Windlass 2x anchor: 200 kg High Holding Power Hand polished Chain: 120 metres, 17,5mm Robbe & Berking Rösle 2 Maxwell hydraulic capstans Ground Tackle Nymphenburg, Munich Cutlery Galley equipment Maxwell windlass with hydraulic motor Tenders & Watersports Equipment: Tender 1 Castoldi 15´ RIB tender with Diesel inboard engine and jet drive Jetski Hydraulic Passerelle in centerline aft, Side passerelle starboard Office Equipment: Network Audio Visual Entertainment System: B&O entertainment system of Denmark in all living areas of the yacht...

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The extraordinary features of Catwalk , a BARON 40,5 m Brief specification Materials & Equipment We strive to use materials and install equipment that are MADE IN GERMANY to the highest standards expected from German products duly tested and approved by Class We do not compromise and always play safe Made by HFL Germany using Perkins engines. Each has a capacity of 80 kW/100 kVA Generation of electric power Strong generators allow our Yacht to operate with normal load using just 1 Generator thus making the Yacht more reliable Shore power unit of max. 120kVA output with two shore cable connection input...

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Brief specification Bilge water systems 400V central bilge pump, 24V central bilge pump, 24V automatic bilge in each bilge compartent, one bilge pump driven by main engine One automatic bilge system, 3 bilge sytems manual controlled Highest standard of safety if one system fails Provides hot water to all taps on board. Also contains a Calorifier Dual hot water system. Hot water can be alternatively generated via a heat exchanger from the generators, or by the means of an electric calorifier Our Yacht is able to top up the lube oil of generators and engines by pumping oil from a dedicated lube...

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Brief specification KaiserWerft Hand Layup Hard-core bottom Sandwich GRP on sides above waterline Balsa / Foam core sandwitch for deck plates Improved Osmosis resistence due to the use an epoxy vinylester laminaiting system as vapour barrier in the underwater sections of the hull We laminate our Hulls about 30% more than what the classification society recommend as that is our Standard Paint system Awlgrip of USA Epoxy filler By using the best quality paint hand painted at KaiserWerft, we ensure protection from the elements All painters are highly skilled permanent employees of Kaiserwerft with...

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