Port Lincoln Tugs

UNGARRA - Port Bonython

Whyalla – UNGARRA Specs

Designed Speed: 10 knots

Since its beginnings, Whyalla has served as a port for the shipment of iron ore from deposits along the Middleback Range.

In 2007, new transshipment handling processes were implemented. The transshipment process involves the filling of barges with ore which is then transferred into the receiving vessels at one of three transshipment anchorages.

Call Sign: VM2083

Port of Registry: Port Lincoln

Builder: Stannard Bros Slipway & Engineering P/L

Official Number: 332729

Year Built: 1968

Class: 2C

Survey Authority: Transport SA

Length Overall: 20.9m

Length Waterline: 19.81m

Breadth Moulded: 6.13m

Depth Moulded: 3.52m

Gross Tonnage: 102.61 tons

Fuel Capacity: 16.4 tons

Domestic FW Capacity: 1.8 tons

Ballast Capacity: 53.3 tons

Designed Bollard Pull: 12.5 tons

Radar: Furuno FR-701

VHF Radios: Transceiver / ICOM IC-M59

HF Radios: Codan 6801-S Mk2B Transceiver

UHF Radios: Electrophone Transceiver TX4000 (reserve set)

GPS: Garmin 128

Main Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel, 12 cylinders, V71, 340bph each

Clutch/Gearbox type: Twin Disc 514, 6.1 ratio 4 blade fixed

Propellers: 4 blade fixed

Alternators: Braydon Bros 7.5KVA 415 volts

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