Security Craft to Russia
Docksta, Sweden June 14, 2006: Today, Dockstavarvet has delivered its second Security Craft to Russia. This delivery comprises a smaller boat HSPC 11.3 M than back in 2004. The new vessel was taken over at Dockstavarvet by Autogrand Marine Ltd, and will be operated on the inland waterways of Russia.
The HSPC 11.3 M is developed from the IC 16 M which is based on the well-known CB 90 H concept adapted for patrol operations. The wheelhouse comprises seating for coxswain and navigator, a sofa for 3 passengers and a small galley. The accommodation is arranged for the crew to rest with a small head and working area. The air draft is kept less than 3.50 meters enabling the craft to pass under the bridges even at high waters.
The HSPC 11.3 M is in all aluminium construction and powered by two VOLVO PENTA D9 diesel engines giving a total output of 736 kW (1000 hp) and a sprint speed of more than 42 knots. The engines are driving two ROLLS-ROYCE FF310 water jet units through ZF reduction gears and flexible shaft couplings.
The technical systems installed on the HSPC 11.3 M are based on proven CB 90 H solutions, developed for and together with the Swedish Navy with a combined operating time, worldwide, of more than 750,000 hours. The low radar profile of the new HSPC 11.3 M together with its extreme speed resources and manoeuvrability makes it a most powerful platform for police / security operations.
|Length, O.A.||11.36 m|
|Beam, O.A.||2.94 m|
|Displacement abt.||8.2 tons|
|Machinery||2 x 368 kW|
|Corr. range, cruising speed||200 nautical miles|