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    Sealink Vanessa 3 enters service

    Yard News // January 21, 2005
    Sealink Shipyard in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, has delivered the crew boat Sealink Vanessa 3.

    The 48 x 11m vessel has a moulded depth of 3.5m and a 2.8m maximum draft. This heavily built utility/supply vessel is certified ABS A1+AMS for unrestricted services and is registered in Labuan, Malaysia.

    The vessel has 295 cubic meters of fuel tanks and 313 cubic meters of potable water. Transfer rates with a 50m head are 75 cubic metres per hour for both water and fuel.

    Propulsion is provided by a pair of pair of Cummins KTA38-M2 main engines each producing 1,200bbhp at 1800rpm and turning into Reintjes gears. Electrical power is provided by two Cummins-powered 150 kW generator sets. Vanessa 3 is fitted with a Schotteltunnel-type bow thruster.

    The MARPOL compliant vessel has berths for 22 in a fully air conditioned accommodations and 28 days endurance.

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