Diving Support Vessel

 1 / 2002        €99,000/€70,000 (Without any equipment)

DIVING SUPPORT VESSEL
• Model Year: 2004
• Located in Piraeus, GR
• Hull Material: Steel
• Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Current Price: €99,000/€70,000 (Without any equipment)
The vessel was built in 2004 and is complete with compressor, Generator, double diving
chamber with 200m umbilical and lots of spare parts.
She was built for one of Europes leading commercial divers.
Construction
• Builder: PERAMA SHIPYARDS, GREECE
• Designer:
Measurements
• Length: 49′ 0″
• Beam: 13′ 0″
• Displacement: 12,72
• Min Draft:
• Max Draft: 6′ 0″
• Ballast:
Engines
• Number of Engines: 1
• Engine(s) Make: MAN
• Engine Model: V10
• Engine Year: 2004
• Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
• Engine Propeller Type:
• Engine Hours: 1800
Tankage
• Fuel: 4m³ + 300lt daily tank
• Water: 2m³
• Holding: 28m³ (2 tanks in connection with valves)
Power
Main Engine – MAN V10 350HP
Generator – Kohler 28KVh delivering 220-380 volts
Compressor – Mercedes 180Hp (can be used to pump air or liquid)
Electronics
2 DSC VHF – MIDLAND
SI-TEX NAVMATE – Plotter
SIMRAD 24nm Radar
Deck
1 Double Diving chamber
15 balloons – Total Lift 15 tonnes
Full Divers Equipment (for 2 Divers)
200 meters umbilical
4 pumps for water and petrol
and lots of useful spare parts.
• Plotter
• Air compressor
• Gps
• Vhf
• Refrigerator
• Battery charger
• Depthsounder
• Radio
• Electric bilge pump
• Radar reflector
• Marine head
• Liferaft
• Radar
• Generator
• Manual bilge pump
• Navigation center
• Log speedometer
• Compass

Leros Marina, Evros S.A.

 

 

Leros Marina, Evros S.A., was established in 1989, when the rocky land overlooking the beautiful Lakki harbor was acquired. Lakki was used from the Italians as a naval station and aeronautics base for the whole of the Eastern Mediterranean during the Italian possession of the Dodecanese Islands from 1913 to 1943. The area that was selected is found in the north-eastern part and at the head of Lakki bay, GPS: 37o 07’42.30″ N – 26o 51’20.50″ E, at the precise point where the Italians moored their hydroplanes. On this private land, a new yacht harbor and marina has been created. It was the first Marina and Boatyard in the South East Aegean Greek waters.

 

Contact Us

Leros Marina Evros S.A., Leros Island, P.O. Box 30, Lakki Port, 85400, Greece

 

+30 22470 24733, 26600, 26601
mobile 1: +30 6932574857
mobile 2: +30 6944203957
mobile 3: +30 6942819036

info@lerosmarina.gr
VHF Channel No 10, Call sign: Leros Marina

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