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#440 GIRL STEPHANIE launched 08.12.18

#440– 51,90 m PELAGIC ​TRAWLER - “GIRL STEPHANIE”

Wednesday 12 December 2018, newbuilding 440 “Girl Stephanie” was handed over to owners Stephanie Flaherty, Patricia, Tomás and Pauric Conneely, Galway, Ireland from Karstensen Shipyard.

The hull for “GS” was built in Nauta Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland, and arrived in Skagen in June, and after naming of the vessel in Skagen last Saturday, the vessel is now heading home to start the Mackerel fishing after New Year together with # 439 WC from KS delivered 2 months ago.

The owners are working a traditional pelagic trawl fishing, with mackerel and horse mackerel being main species of target. The new vessel will be operating according to same principles.

“GS” predecessor was built in 2004, and is now ​sold to Norway.

The new “GS” will be skippered by Tomás Conneely, Mate Peter Boston and chief engineer Cieran Cunningham

DESCRIPTION:

The hull is built in steel with two continuous decks; main deck and shelter deck, and with long forecastle- and boat decks. Hull shape of round bilge construction with bulbous bow and stern skeg, flared stem and transom stern.

​Below main deck the hull is subdivided into the following watertight compartments: Forepeak, bow thrusters room, tank section with deep fuel oil tanks SB and PS, insulated RSW-tank section with central manifold-/pump room, engine room with main engine connected to one reduction gearbox with one, ducted propeller and aftpeak with fuel- and lub oil tanks.

​On main deck the hull is arranged with: Forepeak, electronics room, room for unloading (vacuum) system, trunks for RSW-tanks with centre corridor with RSW-units, accommodation section SB with hydraulic- and work shop rooms, exhaust and ventilation trunking and aft switchboard room. All aft store room with steering gear.

​Accommodation on main deck is arranged with 8 crew/officers cabins, all with en-suite toilet/shower compartments, changing room and corridor and staircase. In order to create best possible design for low noise, the accommodation is located as far away from the propeller as possible. In addition a number of constructive steps will be made, in order to create a low noise level.

​On shelter deck arrangement is: Store room in forepeak, generator room and aft/under forecastle store room. Abaft forecastle fish receiving deck, with centre deck house with water separator and hatches for the 8 RSW-tanks. Water separator and chute system is built in aluminium, and in way of hatches, fore deck crane is also mounted.

​Abaft midship, full width superstructure. Superstructure is arranged with: Deck store, day- and mess room, galley with provision stores and corridor with staircases.

​Abaft superstructure trawl deck with 2 net drums is arranged. On transome, 2 hydraulic operated stern gates with roller on top. In front of stern gates, 3 hydraulic operated guiding poles. Above-deck tracks for midwater weights are fitted.

​On forecastle deck, anchor winch in dedicated house is fitted, together with mooring equipment. Abaft of this, roll reduction tank and forecastle deck.

​On boat deck, abaft midship, deck house in centre is fitted. Accommodation in deck house with skipper- and mates cabins. Room for accommodation ventilation is also in deck house. PS funnel with exhaust and ventilation intakes.

​All aft boat deck in full width with SB and PS walkways forward. After part of boat deck arranged as trawl pumping deck, with fish pump, hose reels and tail-end block PS. Integrated in aft ship construction and boat deck is also trawl gallow, which accommodates 2 main towing blocks as well as tail- and top line blocks. Net sounding winch and net stacker- and fish pump cranes are fitted on top of gallow.

​Wheelhouse on top of deck house, with 360° view. Funnel with deck for MOB-boat and –crane PS.

​All as shown on general arrangement.

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​Design principles for main engine / auxiliary arrangement are as follows:

​On reduction gearbox, 1 Power-Take-Off, mounted with a shaft alternator, producing 1.000 kWe.

​To supply additional electric power, the vessel is fitted with 2 auxiliary engines / gen-sets, each producing 2 x 550 kWe. In addition a harbour set of 118 kW is fitted.

​During heaving/shooting operations at fishing, when the winch system is in use, the gearbox PTO will be clutched in, and electric power will be supplied from the shaft alternator. When there is demand for full power on the winch(es), there will normally not be same demand for power on the main engine. Following the main engine will be power source for both propulsion and hydraulic system.

​During normal towing, the shaft alternator will/can be disengaged, and the electrical power will/can be supplied by either of the gen-sets.

​The 2 gen-sets will be able to connect into main switchboard, controlled by the vessels DEIF Power-Management-System.

​Above designs and systems ensures an economical running profile of the vessel.

MAIN DIMENSIONS

​Length overall​.............................................51,90 m

​Length between PP........................................50,40 m

​Breadth moulded​...........................................11,20 m

​Depth main deck​.............................................4,80 m

​Depth shelter deck​.........................................7,25 m

​Scantling draught.............................................7,00 m

​Frame spacing​...............................................600 mm

​Tonnage​…………………………………853 GT

​RSW-tanks​……………………………….851 cum

​Fuel Oil​……………………………………155 cum

​Fresh Water​…………………………………13 cum

​Forepeak​……………………………………38 cum

​Design:​Karstensens Skibsværft A/S

​Hull:​- built by Nauta Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland .

​Class:​DNV- GL +1A1 Fishing Vessel

DECK EQUIPMENT:

Hydraulic winches:​- all supplied by PAPP, main system:

​2 x Trawl winches​​60,5 t

​1 x Topline winch​​59,8 t

​1 x Tail-end winch​​37,7 t

​2 x Netdrums​​60,5 t

​1 x Netsounder winch

​1 x Anchor windlass

​2 x Mooring winches

​Fish pumping equipment delivered by Sea Quest of Killybegs, Ireland:

​1 x Sea Quest fish pump, 16”.

​1 x Hydraulic hose reel.

​1 x Fish hose reel..

Deck cranes: ​- all supplied by Sea Quest:

​​1 x Netstacker crane, 5 tonnes x 12 m.

​​1 x Fore deck crane, 4 tonnes x 12 m.

HP hydraulics:​Complete drives systems (2 off) winches and cranes, respectively fish pump and associated equipment.

Trawl blocks​Brdr. Markussen, Blue Line

Anchors & chains​Supplied through Sotra.

ENGINES AND MACHINERY

Main engine:​MAN, 6L27/381.679 kW @ 800 rpm.

Propeller plant:​Brunvoll ø 3.600 mm

Reduction gearbox:​Brunvoll 6,4:1

Auxiliaries:​2 x Caterpillar C18 599 kW at 1.800 rpm

Harbour set:​1 x Caterpillar C9 129 kW @ 1800 rpm.

Steering gear:​Rolls Royce Tenfjord SR 642 – 110 kNm.

Rudder:​Rolls-Royce flap rudder

Thrusters:​2 x Brunvoll: 1 x ​FU-63-LTC-1550 559kW fwd, 1 x FU-45-LTC-​

​1375 aft

Starting Air compr.:​Sperre HL2/77.

Fuel Oil separator:​Alfa Laval PA 605.

Lub Oil separator:​Alfa Laval PA 615.

FO transfer pumps:​2 x Bombas Azcue.

Remote sounding:​Emerson / MCS.

Pumps:​General all pumps​Bombas Azcue.

Bilge ejectors:​Ellehammer.

Deck sump pumps:​Flygt F3102.

FW pressure sets:​2 x Bombas Azcue.

Hot water tank:​OSO, 200 l/ 2x15kW.

Sewage pumps:​2 x Bombas Azcue.

Sewage vacuum syst:​Jets.

FISH TANKS:

RSW-system:​2 x Johnson Controls (York/Sabroe), each 375.000 kCal/h.

​Circulation pumps​2 x 450 cum/h

​Condenser pumps​2 x 160 cum/h

​RSW circulation system with remote operated RSW-valves through Johnson Controls control system.

Actuators for valves:​Lyng.

Vacuum-system:​Iras:

​3 x 55 kW compressor units.

​2 x 2800 l tanks.

LIFESAVING - FIRE-FIGHTING:

MOB-boat:​Palfinger RSQ 450 G

MOB-boat davit:​Palfinger

Life rafts:​2 x Viking, 16 pers.

Argonite system:​Danfoss Semco.

Fire detection:​Scana Servoteknikk.

ACCOMMODATION ETC.

Wheelhouse:​Shipyard.

Accommodation:​Maritime Montering, Norway.

Furniture:​Maritime Montering / Ekornes, Norway.

Wheelhouse chairs:​Nor-Sap.

Ventilation plant:​LF Ventilation.

Windows:​van Wingerden.

Window wipers:​Wynn.

Galley equipment:​Beha, Norway.

Paint supplier:​Hempel – vessel completely sandblasted and hot-zinc sprayed.

ELECTRICAL:

Navigation lights:​Den Haan.

Search light:​2 x SeeMatz (electric remote controlled).

Tank level controls:​Mobrey alarms.

Electrical contractor:​KS Elektro, Skagen Denmark.

Power management:​Deif Delomatic 4 PMS system.

Main switchboard:​Scan Teknik,Odense , Denmark.

​Vessel is fitted with frequency converter for floating frequencies between 50 and 60 Hz.

Alarm panel:​Marine Control Services (MCS).

ELECTRONICS​

Electronic equipment (navigation, fish finding and communication): All supply and installations by Barry Electronics, Killybegs, Ireland.

Main items:

LF sonar:​Fununo FSV-25SBB

HF sonar:​Furuno FSV-85

Echo sounder 1​Simrad ES-70

Echo sounder 2​Furuno FCV 1900

Echo sounder 3​Furuno FSS- 188

Trawl sonar​Simrad FS 70

Net monitor:​Marport.

Current indicator:​Furuno CI-68-BB.

Radar 1 ​Furuno 2818

Radar 2 ​Furuno RCU 014

Radar 3​Furuno M1835

Gyro compass:​Simrad GC80.

Autopilot:​Simrad AP70.

Plotter systems:​1 x MaxSea.

​1 x Olex.

VHF​Sailor

V-sat communication:​

Sat-TV system:​

Autotrawl system:​RAPP.

ME remote control:​RENK

Intercom:​Phonetech.

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​Karstensens Skibsværft A/S

Vestre Strandvej 17

9990 Skagen

Phone: +45 9844 1311

Cvr.nr.: 10859581

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