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PD 98 – “HARVESTER” - PD 198 – “OCEAN HARVEST”

Newbuildings no 404 and 405 from Karstensen Shipyard Ltd in Skagen, Denmark was handed over to Scottish Owners Lunar Harvest on 2 July 2008. The new vessels replaces the owners previous vessels, with same names. Previous “Ocean Harvest” was sold internally in Scotland, where as the previous “Harvester” was lost in a collision in the North Sea 2 years ago.

The company Lunar Harvest is a joint venture between skippers (and brothers) John (“Harvester”) and Brian (“Ocean Harvest”) Stephen of Peterhead and Lunar Fishing Company.
The vessels will operate through Peterhead Fishermen Limited.

“Harvester” and “Ocean Harvest” are identical sister ships, and are of a remarkable different design to that of traditional Scottish pair seiners. The vessel has a fully enclosed shelter deck, with all gear handling sited on the upper deck. This leaves a large area for processing equipment for fish, this area is totally lined and insulated, and separated from any deck machinery. All fishing operations are carried out over the stern, with cod-end hatch centered between the 2 trawl tracks.
Winch systems on the vessels are controlled by a Scantrol auotrawl system, incorporating pair-link module, which allows one vessel to work as mater and the other as slave, fully synchronizing heading and pitch. In addition the trawl winches have Scantrol ispool controlled guiding-on gear, which enables vessels to work 3 different diameters of wire/rope on same winch, with automatic spooling.
Another noticeable feature on the 2 vessels is the very low noise level. During trials, with 90% load on engine, and speed of 10 knots, the noise levels in the mess room and cabins varied between 55 and 57 dB(A), which indeed are very low figures. Karstensen Shipyard has over the recent years gained a vast experience in noise insulation, and the results are being highly appreciated by Owners, skippers and crews of newbuildings from the yard.
 


Photo: David Linkie

DESCRIPTION:
The hull is built in steel with two continuous decks; main deck, shelter deck and short boat deck midship. Hull shape is of round bilge construction with bulbous bow and stern skeg, flared stem and transom stern.
Hull with bulwarks and gallows is constructed in steel. Wheelhouse and masts to be built in aluminium.
Below main deck the hull is subdivided into five watertight compartments: Forepeak, tank section with deep fuel oil tanks SB and PS as well as bow thruster room, insulated fish hold, engine room with main engine connected to one reduction gearbox with one propeller in steerable nozzle and aftpeak with fuel- and lub oil tanks.
On main deck the hull is arranged with: Winch room, fish handling area SB, ice maker/machinery room PS with accommodation section abaft. All aft fish hopper CL with net store room SB, incorporating exhaust trunking and PS engineers store with ventilation trunking and engine store.
Accommodation on main deck is arranged with 3 2-man cabins with en-suite toilet/showers, changing room with toilet and access stair to shelter deck accommodation.
Shelter deck is arranged with clear foredeck, only with mooring equipment and fully enclosed shooting hood above winches.
Forward of midship full width superstructure is erected with accommodation inside deckhouse. Solid bulwarks from superstructures to be continued aft to gallow-legs. Shelter deck accommodation contains mess room/lounge, galley with provision store, common toilet, skippers cabin with en-suite toilet/shower and alleyway with stairs to main- and bridge deck.
Abaft deckhouse PS unloading hatch and –crane on gallow deck.
2 split net drums are positioned on forward end of trawl deck, with trawl track leading to stern. 2 stern rollers on top of PS and SB hydraulic operated stern gates.
Gallow legs SB and PS with exhaust trunkting SB and ventilation for engine room PS.
All aft full width boat deck with 2 bagging drums and trawl gallow.
In way of centre block pocket for pair trawl weight / centre clump is integrated. Access and platform on gallows.
Wheelhouse, with 360° view, is mounted on bridge deck, on forward part of vessel.
 

 


Photo: David Linkie

 
CHARACTERISTICS :
Length 28.35 [m]
Length between PP 24.00 [m]
Breadth moulded 8.6 [m]
Depth shelter deck 6.40 [m]
Depth main deck 4.00 [m]
Trail Speed 11 [kn]
Bollard pull: 18.2 [t]
 
 
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CAPACITIES :
Fuel oil …...…...................................……...…..65 cum
Fresh water ……………………………………..12 cum
Technical fresh water (forepeak) ………………20 cum
Fresh hold .....................……........................….160 cum

Design: Karstensens Skibsværft A/S
Hull: - built by Safe Engineering Services, Gdynia, Poland.
Class: None, but built under survey of Det norske Veritas and MCA.

DECK EQUIPMENT:
Hydraulic winches: - all supplied by Thistle Marine, Peterhead (UK) main components:
1 x Trawl winch, PSW-25 23,0
2 x Trawl winch, STW-25 15,0
2 x Net drums SND-10, each 2 x 10,0 t
2 x Bagging drums, each 10,0 t
2 x Gilson winches 5,5 t
1 x Anchor windlass

Unloading crane: Thistle Marine MFB-12, stiff-boom, 13 t/m.

Hydraulic system: High-pressure (max 200 bar), driven by:
3 x Denison main pumps, fitted to gearbox PTO’s.
2 x 11 kW power packs for pilot- and spooling system.
1 x 30 kW power pack for crane and aux. hydraulics.
1 x 55 kW power pack, driving towing pump.
Autotrawl system: Scantrol, featuring Pair-Link and Ispool systems.

Trawl blocks: KT-500, supplied by Brdr. Markussen, Blue Line
Anchors & chains: Spek anchors
Anchor wire on winch + anchors to class requirement.

ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Main engine: Caterpillar 3508 B (flexible mounted).
900 HP @ 1200 rpm
Propeller plant: Hundested Propeller, VP11½, ø2800 mm
Reduction gearbox: Hundested Propeller, CPG80, 8,5:1
Auxiliaries: 2 x Cummins 6CTA8,3-D(M)
- alternators: 2 x Stamford, 130 kW @ 1500 rpm

Steering gear: 1 x R-R Tenfjord SR 642 – 70 kNm
Bow thruster: Hundested Propeller, SFT 4, 160 HP

Fuel Oil separator: Alfa Laval
Pumps: Main engine cooling: Bombas Azcue
Deckwash-, fire- and
bilge pumps: Bombas Azcue
Hydraulic cooling – and
other cooling pumps: Bombas Azcue
FW pressure set: Bombas Azcue
Hot water tank: Metro
Sewage pump: Bombas Azcue

FISH ROOM AND PROCESSING:
Fish room cooling: Nordkøl with Bock compressor.
Ice machine: 1 x Geneglace F100M, 2,5 t/day.
Slurry ice plant: 2 x S4 generators, each 18 kW cooling capacity, c/w tank.
Fish handling system: BoaTech A/S.
Gutting machine: KM Fish Machinery
Scales: Marel, complete with software for labelling boxes and bins.

LIFESAVING - FIRE-FIGHTING:
Life rafts: 2 x RFD, 8 pers.
Survival suits
Lifejackets
Lifebouys
Pyrotecnics
ER fire extinguishing: FS49 – Clean Agent, supplied by Skandinavisk Brandteknik.
Fire detection: Scana

ACCOMMODATION ETC.
Accommodation: Maritime Montering
Insulation: Maritime Montering
Linings: Isolamin-panels
Wheelhouse chairs: 2 x Nor-Sap 1500 Comfort
Accommodation doors Momek doors
Ventilation: LF Ventilation
Windows: Van Wingerden
Front windows: 15+6 mm glass laminated.
Paint supplier: Sigma

ELECTRICAL:
Navigation lights: Den Haan
Monitoring system: Marble Marine Electronics
Tank level controls: Mobrey alarms
Electrical installation: Hanstholm Elektronik A/S
Main switchboard: Circuit A/S

ELECTRONICS
Electronic equipment (navigation, fish finding, communication) supplied by SAM Electronics (UK) and Seatronics. Main items:
Radar 1: 1 x SAM 1100, black box
Radar 2: 1 x JRC JMA 2343
Gyro: 1 x Robertson RGC50
Autopilot: 1 x Navitron 921 MkII
Echo sounder: 1 x SAM Skipper GDF201
Net monitor: 1 x Scanmar Scanmate 6
Plotter 1: 1 x Sodena EasyWin
Plotter 2: 1 x Sodena TurboWin
Ground discr.: 1 x SeaScan 102
DGPS: 1 x Koden KGP-913D
GPS: 1 x Koden KGP-913
SSB 1: 1 x Sailor HC4500
SSB 2: 1 x Icom M801E
VHF 2 x Sailor RT-4801
VHF DSC 1 x Navicom RT-450 DSC
Epirp: McMurdo E5
Navtex: ICS Nav-6
Satcom-C: 1 x Thrane & Thrane Mini-C
Sat phone: Sailor SC4000 / Iridium.
Windsensor: Simrad IS15
Satellite TV 1 x SeaTel 3294E

ME remote control: SeaMech SeaController.
Intercom (int): Phontech.
Intercom (ext): Raytheon
 
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Fish room cooling and Ice machine
Scantrol AS
Trawlsystem
Pon Power
Main engine
Maritime montering
Accommodation
Hanstholm Elektronik
Elektro installation
Hundested Propeller A/S
Propeller plant, Reduction gearbox
and Bow truster
Boa Tech
Fish handling system
Karstensens Skibsværft A/S
General contract and Design
 

World Fishing Today July 11. 2008

 
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