Lamors customized vessels are tailor-made for your needs. With over 40+ years of experience in the oil spill response industry Lamor´s veteran engineers are true experts within the field, having built hundreds of specialized vessels for all climate and environmental conditions.
How it works
One example of these customized vessels is the LSLC 9300 Shallow Draft OSRV. These Ultra Shallow Draft Landing Crafts, LSLC 9300, and the smaller LSLC 7400, are designed for safe oil spill recovery operations in coastal waters and open seas under adverse weather conditions. They also serve as workboats in other tasks and operations and support other vessels. In the design, special focus has been paid to good seaworthiness, good course keeping and maneuverability, and high cargo capacity. Special attention has been paid to the safety and comfort onboard, considering the intended use as a vessel operating during an oil spill. The Vessel is a single-hull construction with two diesel engines and two stern drive propulsion units. The hull and the wheelhouse are made from marine-grade aluminum. The engine department is located in the aft. The hull shape enables the vessel to stand on any flat surface without the need for a cradle.
The overall length (LOA) is 9,4 m, beam 3,6 m, draft maximum 0,75 m fully loaded (equipment and cargo).
The vessel is to be able to operate in air temperatures of - 10° C to + 35° C. The vessel is to be operational in up to 1-meter significant wave height. Noise pressure levels at the steering position do not exceed 75 dB (A) measured at maximum speed in calm water, sea state 1.
The half-power fuel consumption is approximately 6 liters per hour per engine. The endurance at 50 % MCR (Maximum Continuous Rating) is at least 12 hours at sea state 1.
The sea trail speed of the vessel is a minimum of 10 knots at the following condition: Sea state 1, 100% bunker, 2 persons onboard, all loose equipment and Oil Spill Recovery equipment onboard, 0% cargo.
The sea trail speed of the vessel is a minimum of 10 knots at the following condition: Sea state 1, 100% bunker, 2 persons onboard, all loose equipment and Oil Spill Recovery equipment onboard, 100% cargo.
The bollard pull is 2,1 metric tons with the offered recommended 2 x 170 hp engines.
The vessel is built according to Danish Maritime Administration, Notice F, Technical regulation on the construction, equipment, etc., of small commercial vessels, Trade Area F2 and EU Recreational Craft Directive 2013/53/EU, annex I.A. Stability requirement to be fulfilled with 100% cargo of seawater in the open containers.
- Highly customizable to fit your needs
- Built in accordance to needed regulations
- Able to do mass production on customized orders
Scenarios of use
- Inland waterways
- Ports, Harbors & Terminals
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