Gunnerus 01

Krakvagfjord, Norway 22 September 2017

 

Name

GUNNERUS

Type

Research vessel / Oceanographic

IMO-number

9371361

Call sign

LNVZ

Flag

Norway

Port of registry

Trondheim

GT

377 t

DWT

Summer: 107 t

Length

31,25 m overall

28,90 m between perpendiculars

29,90 m waterline

Breadth

9,60 m extreme

Draught

2,70 m

Mast height / antenna

14,85 m / 19,70 m

Depth

4,20 m moulded to main deck

Speed

12,6 knots at 100% MCR

9,4 knots cruising

Built

2006

Builder

Larsnes Mekaniske Verkstad
Larsnes
Norway

Main propulsion

2x Siemens each 500 kW

Gear

2x Finnøy

Rudder

2x Rolls-Royce, Ulstein Hinze Rudder FB-H 1200

Steering gear

2x Rolls-Royce, Tenfjord SR562-FCPX2

Generators

3x Nogva-Scania main generators each 450 kW

Bow thruster

1x Brunvoll 200 kW

Deck equipment, scientific equipment and lab facilities

Trawl winches: 2x Mjosund 6,0 t, (wire D=14 mm, L=1.000 m)

Net drum: Mjosund 5 m³, D=2.000 mm, d=320 mm

Main deck crane Palfinger: 14,00 m / 35 t

CTD crane:
HIAB/Mjosund, 5,00 m / 3,3 t

Water sampler wire 5 mm/750,00 m

CTD wire 6,5 mm/750 ,00m

Stern mounted A-frame: 6,0 t, hydraulic

Hydraulic diving platform 500 Kg, 1,50 m x 0,80 m

Hydraulic aggregate: Mjosund 110 kW

Capstan: Mjosund 8,0t / 220 bar, D=410, d=320, L=300

Anchor winch: Mjosund 2 drums, 20,00 m/min, 2x 12,50 m diameter 22 mm K2 chain/ 210,00m diameter 22 mm wire

Compressed air: Atlas Copco compressor

Work deck 75 m²

Wet lab: 13,9 m²

Dry lab: 11,8 m²

Computer lab: 11,2 m²

Container attachment: 5, 10, 15 & 20 feet alongside or 20 feet abeam

CTD: Saiv

CTD: Sealogger 25, Seabird electronics inc.

Watersampler system: Carousel water sampler, 12x 2,5 litre bottles. Seabird electronics inc

Workboat: Polarcirkel 560 Work, Yamaha 80 hp

Deck load

45 t

Carg hold capacity

42 m³

Tank capacities

Fuel oil: 44 m³

Fresh water: 11 m³

Water ballast: 62 m³

Accommodation

Crews cabins / berths: 6 / 11

Daytime personnel capacity: 25 incl. crew

Galley: 4,5 m²

Mess, conference and dayroom: 32 m² With 46” LCD monitor

Navigation, communications & electronic equipment

Dynamic Positioning system; Kongsberg SDP-11 / cPos

DP - Reference systems:

GPS

Kongsberg Seatex DPS 232

HPR, Kongsberg transponders.

Kongsberg Seatex RADius

Heading, Attitude and Positioning Sensor: Kongsberg Seapath 300

Acoustic positioning system: Kongsberg HiPAP 500

Motion reference unit (MRU): Kongsberg Seatex

Autopilot: Simrad AP50

Compass, magnet: Nautisk service NS 150-A

Compass, gyro: Simrad GC80 / 85

Bearing repeater: Simrad DR76

Differential positioning sensor: Kongsberg DPS 232

Heading, attitude and positioning sensor: Kongsberg Seatex Seapath 300

GPS: Furuno Navigator GP-90

Radar: Furuno FAR 28x7 /FAR 21x7

Log: Furuno Doppler speed log DS-80

Echo sounder: Furuno FCV-1200L. 38, 50, 200 kHz – 2000m

Echo sounder, multibeam: Kongsberg EM 3002s

Catch monitoring system: Simrad PI54

Chartplotter 1: Telchart (AIS)

Chartplotter 2: Olex (Installed AIS, HT, SB, ITI, MBES)

Chartplotter 3: Olex LT (Office version)

AIS: Furuno FA-150

Navtex: JMC NT900

GMDSS console

VHF fixed radio: Sailor

VHF handheld radios: Jotron

UHF handheld radios: Icom

Satellite phone: Sailor

Internet in sea: ICE & Telenor mobilt bredbånd

Internet at pier Trondheim: Wireless broadband NTNU

Safety

MOB boat, inflateable craft; Narwhal 6 persons SOLAS aproved, Propulsion Mariner 20 Hp

Rescue boat davit: Ned Deck Marine

Life rafts: 2x 25 men each

Survival suits :25 Stearns model ISS-590i

Life jackets: Seamaster – 1983, SOLAS Approved

Work vests: 25 Regatta

EPIRB: Jotron

SART: Jotron

Aircraft beacon: Jotron

Fire alarm system: Minerva Marine T1008

Fixed system: Engine room, CO2

Fire suit: Draeger

Search light: Tranberg

SAR :SECurus prototype, Apto maritime (Under construction)

Day and night vision: SECurus prototype, Apto maritime (Under construction)

Oil spill monitoring: SECurus prototype, Apto maritime (Under construction)

Manager

NTNU - Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige Universitet
Trondheim

Norway

Owner

Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige Universitet
Trondheim

Norway

Note

The diesel electric system has been specially designed for low hydroacoustic noise levels. Diesel generators are mounted on a common double elastic frame and one of the generators are mounted in a noise dampening hood for special low noise mode

Latest data adjustment

29 November 2017