Port Lincoln Tugs

BULIMBA - Port Lincoln

BULIMBA - Port Lincoln Specs

LLOYD’S +100A1, +LMC UMS, TUG
BUILT: 1979, NEWCASTLE, NSW.
REGISTERED: PORT LINCOLN AMSA EQUIPMENT SURVEY
IMO:7815727
CALL SIGN: V J I B

Latitude 34 degrees -43 minutes South
Longitude 135 degrees -50 minutes East

Situated on the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, Port Lincoln is 682km by road from Adelaide, or about 280km west of Adelaide by air. A natural deep water harbour makes Port Lincoln attractive to large bulk grain carriers for topping up loads from shallow ports in South Australia and Victoria.

Length (LOA) : 29.00 m

Length (LWL) : 24.70 m

Breadth (BMLD) : 9.75 m

Depth (DMLD) : 4.71 m

Draft (max ) : 4.60 m

Gross Tonnage (GRT) : 265.18 tons

Bollard Pull : 41 Tonnes

Fuel Capacity : 80,000 Lt.

Fresh Water Capacity : 13,000 Lt.

Service Speed : 11.5 knots.

Range : 4000 naut miles

Fuel Consumption : 4.0 Tonnes /Day

Main Propulsion : Two Mirrlees Blackstone EZSL8M, 8 Cyl, 4 Stroke Diesel Engines delivering 1250 BHP ea. @ 1000 RPM, through Reintjes 4.95:1 Reduction Reversing Gearboxes, driving Twin 4 Blade Propellers housed in Steerable Nozzles.

Aux Engines : Two Caterpillar 3304 PC Diesel Engines driving Dunlite 90 kVa 415V AC Alternators.

Furuno GPS.

Koden SR 658 Echo Sounder.

JMA 5104/5106/5110 Radar.

TMQ AP4 Auto Pilot.

SAAB R4 AIS Transceiver.

MF/HF Radiotelephone.

GME VHF Transceivers.

VHF DSC SAILOR.

‘Satellite 2’ 406MHz EPIRB.

Caterpillar 3406 Diesel Engine driving a dedicated 350cu.m/hr rated Ajax fire pump feeding a remote controlled ‘Skum’ monitor with 80m range.

* All specifications listed in good faith, but without guarantee.