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Roro Vessel

3.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Ship Description

  • This is a 504′ RoRo Vessel with 100 trailer capacity. The vessel is in very good condition and is in current NK Class fully certified and up to date for surveys. The vessel is fully operational. The vessel can achieve 24.9 kts max speed. This is a well priced vessel that is ready to go! Plans are available for named buyers.
  • Specifications
  • Vessel type: RORO Cargo Ferry
  • Builder: Imabari
  • Model: RORO Ferry
  • Year constructed: 1997
  • No. of engines: 1
  • Engine model: United
  • Engine power: 27000 HP
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Maximum Speed: 25 Knots
  • Length over all: 504′
  • Engine(s)
  • Main engine: United 27,000 hp diesel
  • Max Speed: 24.9 kts
  • 1 x 3 ton crane
  • 1 x 45 ton crane
  • Fuel Capacity: 995 tons
  • Water Capacity: 216 tons
  • Pielstick 16PC4-2V-570 26,402 BHP
  • 4 AC 4,335 Generators
  • Bunker cons. 60 k/l per day basis average 20.85 knots
  • Thruster power: bow about 14.5t, stern about 14.5t
  • Construction: Built June 1997 Japan LOA 153.62 LBP 142.80 Beam 21.40 Depth 17.80 M 5,445 MTDW on 6.97M 7,097 GT Class: NK Class Designation: NS*(RGCS)(RoRo)/MNS*(MO)
  • Accommodation
  • 100 Trailers ; 12 Passengers
  • Equipment
  • Ramp way: Lx B:bow 25x 5m, stern 29.5x 6m
  • Strength of Ramp way: bow/stern 45t
  • Ramp way entrance: Lx B: bow 4.6x 5m, stern 4.4x 6.73m
  • Car deck clear height: A deck 4m, B/C deck: 4.2m
  • Deck load: A deck 1,350kg/m2, B/C deck 1,500kg/m2
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2 reviews for Roro Vessel

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This Vessel is very interesting

  2. 1 out of 5

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    If you have some time to spare, the newest Red Mill is right acsors the street from the Ballard Locks. They just took over the Totem House building, which was a local fish & chips shack for decades. Apparently they’re doing the regular burger menu there, plus fish & chips. It’s not exactly right on your way, but it wouldn’t be that hard to find with a Seattle street map or a GPS (basically, you would take the N. 45th Street exit from I-5 and go west as it meanders and turns into N. 46th Street, then NW Market Street, then NW 54th Street). The locks are where the freshwater ship canal (which flows out of Lake Washington, through Lake Union) meets the salt water of the Sound. It’s kind of an engineering marvel they raise and lower boats just through gravity and natural water flow, without using pumps. There’s also a fish ladder for the salmon, with underwater viewing windows. If you find you have an extra hour or so, you could get your Red Mill fan his fix, and see another Seattle landmark.

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