Tuna seiner "Jagua"


LIST OF VESSELS 


 The vessel was bought by Cuba in 1970.
Purpose of the vessel:     - tuna fishing
Length OA (m) 47.07
Length BP (m) 42.73
Breadth extreme (m) 10.44
Molded breadth (m) 10.41
Depth to upper deck (m) 5,21
Load draught, average (m) 4.69
Displacement (tonnes) -
Deadweight (tonnes) 727
Gross tonnage / Net tonnage (register tons)
586 / 264
Main engines:

    - Main engine number, power (Bhp each)
1*1240
    - Main engine model
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
Shaft generators:

    - Shaft generator  model
-
    - Shaft generators number, power (kW each)
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
    - Rated voltage (V)
-
    - Current type -
Auxiliary diesel generators:

    - Diesel engine number, power (Bhp each)
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
    - Engine model
-
    - Generators number, power (kW each)
-
    - Generator model
-
    - Rated voltage (V)
-
Emergency diesel generator:
    - Diesel engine power (Bhp)
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
    - Engine model
-
    - Generator power (kW)
-
    - Generator model
-
    - Rated voltage (V)
-
Fish processing plant capacity:
    - Frozen fish (tonnes/24 hrs)
-
    - Fish meal plant capacity (tonnes raw-fish per 24 hrs)
n/a
Refrigerated cargo spaces number, total cubic capacity (cub. m) -
Ref. temperatures (C) -
Refrigerants -
Derricks number, lifting capacity (tonnes) -
Diesel oil tanks (tonnes) -
Heavy fuel oil tanks (tonnes) -
Speed (kn) 11.0
Number of beds for crew -
Number of units 1
Start of building 1970
Finish of building 1970
Built by "Astilleros Reunidos del Nervion", Bilbao, Spain
Notices:
        - During construction of a series of vessels of one project, in their design some changes can be made and the above-stated characteristics can be changed insignificantly.
        - The above-stated characteristics, in most cases, are taken on the first vessel in class (sources - www.grosstonnage.com, www.miramarshipindex.org.nz). In brackets can be shown other variants of the given characteristic.
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