SWATH technology with CAT load-carrying
CTruk's 26m Semi-SWATH vessel in collaboration with BMT Nigel Gee will meet the increasingly complex demands of the burgeoning European offshore wind industry. Built in advanced composite, this well-proven hull form offers the enhanced seakeeping benefits of SWATH technology and the load-carrying capacity of a catamaran, alongside increased power and speed gained from weight-saving composite. The 26.3m semi-SWATH offers significant improvements in motion levels over conventional vessels with 2 x MTU 12V engines giving a speed of 25 knots fully loaded (maximum speed 29 knots).
CTruk's patented reconfigurable deck area gives the option of three versions: Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV), 60 passenger crew supply vessel and hydrographic survey including accommodation.
- Length overall: 26.3m
- Beam overall: 10.4m
- Draft: 1.4m
- Hull material: Infused composite
- Cruising/top speed: 25/29 knots
- Accomodates 12 pax & 3 crew
- 2 x MTU 12V engines