Composite 43m Cutter​

This vessel is as new build and RWA service built in USA, Not in operations waiting first time owner.....

Littoral & Offshore Security and Patrol

Year: 2010 built as demo vessel for production.

Description: Littoral & Offshore Security and Patrol
Dimensions: 43.4m x 7.93m x 2.03m
Speed: 30+ knots
Range: 2100 nm at 15 knots
Range: 1000 nm at 30 knots
Operating Environment: Conducts all missions through Sea State 4; Survives through Sea State 6.
Accommodations: Up to 24 crew
Class: Designed / Built to ABS Class Rules
Reference: SWBPatrolPet2016

















Fisheries inspection, rescue and pollution control

Class society:

Det Norske Veritas

MMSI: 219011865
Call Sign: OYAT
LOA: 68.7m
Beam: 11.6m
Draught: 3.8m
GT: 1437 tons
DWT: 200 tons
Year of build: 2014

Reference: SWBPatrolDen2020

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Mathew Moen Office USA / Darko Mikulandra office Croatia of: Ship World Brokerage LLC

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