23.95m Lobster Fishing Vessel

23.95m Lobster Fishing Vessel

With an identical hull to Daydawn, the new 23.95m lobster fishing vessel for Tebco Fishing of Port Denison is sure to turn heads when she is launched in early 2018. Having an overall length of 25.4m the new vessel will come it at 0.45m longer than Daydawn, making it the largest cray fishing vessel in Australia. And it’s not only the overall size of the vessel that has increased. Live capacity will be an impressive 208 baskets (in excess of 6t) of live crayfish.

The new vessel is a combined build between Dongara Marine & Niche Marine, with a composite wheelhouse and aluminium hull, as seen on the recent pilot boats and Daydawn. The wheelhouse has been extended aft to provide better protection when working at the pot hauler, tipper and main cray tanks, which has also increased the size of the flybridge.

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Specifications

Vessel Length 23.95 Meters
Launch Date Jan 2018
Vessel Type Lobster Fishing Vessel
Survey Class AMSA-NSCV 2B & 3B
Builder Niche Marine, Dongara Marine
Construction Material Marine Grade Aluminium Hull, Composite Superstructure
LOA 25.4 m
Beam 6.8 m
Main Engines 2 x Yanmar 6AYM
Propulsion Fixed Pitch Propeller
Speed Max 23.5 kts
Speed Cruise 17 kts
Fuel Capacity 7,780 L
Fresh Water Capacity 975 L
Accomodation 9
Live Tank Capacity 204 Baskets
Crew 2 / 9
Passengers 10 / 0

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