Island Defender

The Island Defender is primarily employed in coastal towing and pushing of Island Tug’s oil barge fleet. At 1000 HP and designed for maneuverability, the Island Defender is kept busy with a wide variety of assignments.

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Registration:

Vessel Type: Tug
Built: Bel-Air Shipyard, Vancouver
Year Built: 1977
Official Number: 383412
IMO Number: 8972730
Radio Call Sign: CZ 8755
MMSI: 316001349
Flag: Canada
Rebuilt: 2010
Owner: Island Tug and Barge Ltd.
Port of Registry: Vancouver BC
GRT: 119.78
NRT: 13.66

Classification:

Transport Canada
NC2 limited, HT3

Dimensions:

Length, overall: 21.03 m
Breadth, moulded: 7.28 m
Depth, moulded: 2.83 m
Lightship Displacement: 130 Tonnes
Lightship Draft: 3.59 m
Loaded Displacement: Tonnes
Loaded Draft: m

Propulsion:

Engines: 2 x Cummins KTA19
Propulsion: Twin screw, kort nozzle
BHP: 1005
Bollard Pull: 17 t
Rudders: Quad high lift
Generators: 2 x John Deere 60kw
Speed: 10 knots
Consumption: 4 t/day

Deck Machinery:

Towing Winch: 1 x Burrard type HDS
Main Towing Cable: 747 m x 38 mm 60 Tonne
Tugger winch: 1x 5ton on tow winch
Stern Pins: Western Machine Works
C/W hold down hook

Capacities:

Potable Water: 5.9 m3
Fuel: 47 m3

Electronics:

Auto Pilot: Comdev
Radar: 2 x JRC
DSC VHF: 2 x Sailor
HF/MF SSB: 1 x ICOM
GMDSS: Area A1
Satellite Comm.: 1 x Qualcomm

DGPS: 2 x Furuno
ECDIS: PC based vector
AIS: Furuno
Gyro Compass: 1 x Sperry

Special Features:

Equipped with emergency work boat

Accommodation:

6 total

Island Defender

Ex: North Arm Defiant
Ex: Josee M
Ex: Hamilton Bailey

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