Skipskompetanse announced today that they have signed a contract for the design of a new fishing vessel with Larsnes Mek. Verksted As: Nord-Fugløy. The vessel will be built for Roger Nilsen in Nord-Lenange, Tromsø. The agreement has been entered between Camaro Fiskeriselskap, Skipskompetanse and Larsnes Mek Verksted for the design and construction of a new spinner/seiner. The vessel gets the yard’s building number 69 and the design is SK-3151 from Skipskompetanse.
The design has been created to fit to the owner’s operational profile and will be arranged with combined RSW and freexing hold tanks. It will also hold a battery pack of 1000 kWh.
Skipskompetanse states that they are happy to be chosen as designer by owner and yard and look forward to working with the project!
The design is adapted to the company’s operating basis and areas of operation, including the climatic challenges that fishing vessels in northern waters may face.
The vessel is equipped for efficient and environmentally friendly fishing with spinners and nets, combined fishing tanks for guiding both live fish, cooling by icing in tanks, cooling in RSW and storage in freezers.
Nord-Fugløy is also being built with a strong focus on the crew’s safety, working environment and living comfort, good HSE solutions and, development opportunities.
To support the company’s expectations of a good operating economy and minimal environmental footprint in all relevant operating conditions, the vessel is arranged with a large propeller, two-step gear, variable speed generator, “take me home” solution and, a battery package of approx. 1.0 MWh. The vessel is considered to meet future requirements and expectations for a minimal environmental footprint.
Lenght over all: 50,7 m
Beem: 12,0 m
Capacities Freezer/Live fish/RSW: 300/400/499m3
Main engine: Yanmar 6EY26
Battery package: 1000 kWh