05th February 2016, Basaran has been contracted and launched to provide 30 m bunker tanker for Ministry of Transport General Company for Ports of Iraqi with oil recovery equipment’s are fitted as per customers’ requirements.
Vessel has 2 pcs 736 Kw Yanmar Engine. The vessel is designed as double screw, oil product / bunker tanker for being capable to carry a large range of liquid IMO type cargoes and clean/dirty products, lube oil, mineral and vegetable oils, with specific gravity up to 0.98 t/m³, in phenolic epoxy coated cargo / slop tanks.
The vessel is to be designed for Coastal navigation area ( A1 ).
The vessel is to be a double screw diesel engines driven and to have one complete main deck, single skin, double bottom in cargo tanks. Pump room, engine room and superstructure are located aft.
Four (4) pairs of cargo tanks with corrugated longitudinal bulkheads are provided with double bottom and single side in way of cargo tanks. No structural elements face into the cargo tanks. Overall design provides an environment-friendly, cost effective, reliable and flexible unit.
Vessel has oil pollution control equipment’s of 500 m Harbor Oil Containment Boom, 2 x Hydraulic Boom Reel, 2 x Multi Skimmer 20 on the board.
Vessels are fitted with 1 x firefighting water canon systems for emergency situation in the port.
- Type : Bunker Tanker
- Class : BV
- Length : 30 m
- Wide : 8 m
- Depth : 2.7 m
- Total Engine. : 1.472 Kw Yanmar
- Speed : 12 knots
- Crane : SWL 2.1 tons @ 7 m
- DWT : 300 Tons
- Cargo Tank Capacity : 150 m3
Rule and Regulations
- Rules and Regulations of Classification Society.
- International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 and its Protocol of 1978 and Amendments up to 1996.
- International Convention on Load Lines, 1966 and protocol 1988.
- International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of the ship, 1969
- International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from ships, (MARPOL) 1973 with its protocol of 1978 and amendments up to 1994-2004.
- International Convention for the Prevention of Collision at Sea, 1972 and Amendments up to 1982.